Fan talk: QB competition, Grantham-bashing, Kevin Butler’s tweet plus Ice Dawgs!

Hutson Mason hands off to Todd Gurley in practice this week. (University of Georgia)

Hutson Mason hands off to Todd Gurley in practice this week. (University of Georgia)

Let’s go straight to some of this week’s Junkyard Mail. …

Randy Carter writes: Bill, what is it with Mark Richt/Mike Bobo annointing a starting quarterback without making him earn it? Just because Hutson Mason was Aaron Murray’s backup, why should that mean he’s automatically going to be the starter for the Dawgs next season? And yet Richt and Bobo don’t even seem to be considering having a real quarterback competition. If Mason is the best, let him prove it by beating out Faton Bauta and Brice Ramsey in an honest to goodness battle where everybody starts out even. I just don’t think it’s healthy for the program to say that just because Mason is the veteran he gets to start. Anybody remember Joe T. and Joe Cox? How’d that work out for us?

This will be Mason’s fifth season in the program, and so it’s natural he’d have a better understanding of the playbook than the other quarterbacks. He was the longtime backup to Murray and he took over the last two and a half games of last season. No wonder he is “obviously ahead of everybody,” as Richt said after practice this week. Likewise, the next longest-standing player in the QB room is Batau, so it’s not surprising that he finished the season as Mason’s backup. Ramsey is coming off a redshirt freshman year, so you’d expect him still to have some ground to make up. And Jacob Park just entered UGA as an early enrollee and, barring a rash of injuries, is likely looking at a redshirt year. Given all of that, it would be pretty shocking for anyone other than Mason to start.

Still, all we can do is take Richt at his word that everybody on the team, including Mason, is competing for a starting job. Here’s what the head coach said this week: “Let me just say this about the QB situation: Hutson’s obviously ahead of everybody. But we don’t want any position to think there’s no chance that anybody can take my job, or take playing time or whatever. So we’re telling everybody to compete for the starting job. We’re not saying, hey try to win the No. 2 job. I’m not trying to cause a controversy at all, because Hutson is clearly in the lead. But it’s going be his job to keep it that way and it’s going be the other guy’s job to try to close the gap. And I told that to the rest of the team, too.”

Assessing the guys challenging Mason, Richt said that Batau is “doing well” but “still not 100 percent certain on every single situation.” Ramsey is “certainly a lot farther along than he was a year ago.” As for Park, “you know Jacob, his head is spinning. I can’t imagine how bad his head is spinning right now” as he learns the playbook, Richt said.

Defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt supervises drills this week at the Woodruff Practice Fields. (University of Georgia)

Defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt supervises drills this week at the Woodruff Practice Fields. (University of Georgia)

ChillyDawg writes: I wasn’t a fan of Todd Grantham and thought he was overrated. While he did pretty well with a veteran defense, though the 2012 D didn’t really get going until they were called out publicly before the Florida game, Grantham seemed pretty clueless when it came to shaping a defense out of inexperienced players last year. The biggest disappointment for me, and the biggest indictment of Grantham as a coach, was the lack of improvement shown over the course of the season, especially in the secondary. I’m hopeful our import from FSU [Jeremy Pruitt] will have more success. Bill, have you seen anything so far that makes you think this will be so?

Well, we won’t know for sure until we see the results on the field against real opponents, but I like a couple of things Pruitt has done so far: He’s said every position is open for competition and he’s gotten Richt to rejigger UGA practices so that everyone gets the same number of reps, which should help in developing depth. Too often during the Grantham era there was a reluctance to spell the starters with bench players. Also, Pruitt is simplifying things, which hopefully will fix another major problem that irked me last season: Grantham’s inability to get his defensive signals in quickly and get all the players on the same page. I liked one fan’s description of it last season when he said that before a snap Georgia’s defense looked “like a Chinese fire drill.” Communication was a real problem, especially in the inexperienced secondary. And Grantham’s complicated playbook, while fine for the NFL, left too many players having to think rather than react and then wonder what the heck happened after the play. Toby Johnson told the Athens Banner-Herald: “That’s the thing I like about the defense, there ain’t 50 million calls.” And players said this week that Pruitt is making them drill over and over and won’t move on to the next thing until they get it right. Safety Corey Moore told the AJC: “He wants to make sure everybody gets it and is on the same page. Just being real, that was a big issue last year, communication.”

kevin butler tweetBuford Bulldog writes: Bill, I was shocked to see that our own Kevin Butler, hailed by the Bulldog Nation as a hero and a member of the UGA football game day broadcast crew, jumped on the Herbie the Curbie bandwagon by agreeing with the former Ohio State QB (who’s apparently never recovered from the 1993 Citrus Bowl loss to Georgia) that Mark Richt’s players get in trouble because they take advantage of his “forgiving” heart and don’t fear any consequences. You and many others already have done a good job of shooting down Herbstreit’s flawed premise, but I can’t believe Butler bought into that crap. As far as I’m concerned, he’s besmirched his Bulldog bona fides and ought to be removed from the game day team. What do you think?

UGA kicking legend Kevin Butler with his son Drew, who punted for the Dogs. (University of Georgia)

UGA kicking legend Kevin Butler with his son Drew, who punted for the Dogs. (University of Georgia)

Hold on with the pitchforks and torches, Buford. Most of the time, I agree with just about everything Butler has to say about Georgia football (especially special teams and the kicking game), but I have to admit I was suprised by what I hope was a not very well thought out shoot-from-the-hip tweet (“your dead on Kirk ….. No consequences, no fear… just plain stupidity every year. Embarrassing for University.”) that reflected more Butler’s frustration over another black eye for the program he loves rather than his actual opinion of Richt’s disciplinary policies. I expect facile, superficial commentary from the guys on ESPN, for whom percention is reality, but I’m disappointed in Butler. However, I don’t think one ill-considered tweet should negate all that Butler has done over the years for UGA (including siring a pretty great punter). Kevin is still one of my favorite Dawgs. I just hope next time he thinks before he tweets.

And in another note concerning the arrest this week of four UGA football players, Jim P. writes: Bill, I was just worried about getting through spring break without problems. Now this! … It might be time for Hutson Mason to have a team meeting and read his teammates the riot act, being his last and only starting year as QB.

Jim, I think you’ve touched on a good point. A lot of Richt-bashers act like the coach should be able to diagnose potential miscreants in the recruiting process or do something to prevent his players from making stupid mistakes off the field, which is a totally unrealistic stance. These are kids still in or barely out of their teens! But there’s nothing like peer pressure when it comes to getting teammates to tow the line, and that’s where the senior leadership, which includes Mason, comes in. If they haven’t already held a players-only team meeting to get everyone’s head in the same place for the coming season, it’s high time they did so.

The Ice Dawgs are coming to the Classic Center! (UGA Hockey)

The Ice Dawgs are coming to the Classic Center! (UGA Hockey)

Finally, Blawg reader Connor Kelly, a UGA alum who is an adviser to the UGA club ice hockey team as a member of the UGA Hockey Foundation, sent me an excited note this week with the news that the Classic Center in Athens has already sold out the April 9 UGA ice hockey game against Georgia Tech that will mark the Ice Dawgs’ first match at their new home arena.

Total attendance is expected to exceed 2,000, which is especially impressive considering the match is being played on a Wednesday night. And season tickets for the 2014-15 home games in the Classic Center (which only recently got ice rink capability) will go on sale soon. The season will begin in September and run through February, Connor said.

The original plan, he said, was to wait until the fall for the team’s Classic Center debut but “there is so much buzz surrounding the program right now they decided to do a single (spring) game against Georgia Tech to capitalize on the momentum.”

Connor added that “the team roster has nearly doubled following the news of the arena, and many more players are now trying to transfer in so they can play for the Ice Dawgs. I have a feeling that many local high school prospects in Atlanta will start considering UGA as a place to play rather than moving up north to chase their dream of playing college hockey. This will only make the team more and more competitive. The future looks bright for hockey in Athens!”

Thanks, Connor, please keep us updated.

And go Ice Dawgs!

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141 comments Add your comment

Joey

March 22nd, 2014
12:17 pm

I just remember most everybody (me included) mentioning that even Saban needed a couple of seasons at Bama, for his D to learn his system, therefore, we needed to give Gratham a couple as well.

And now w are expecting Pruitt to turn around our terrible-in-’13-D, in one off-season, while losing JHC, and possibly Matthews?

Sad and Pathetic

March 22nd, 2014
12:42 pm

Actually, Saban went 12-0 in regular season play in his second year at Alabama.

Mark Richt has never accomplished an undefeated regular season.

Yep!

March 22nd, 2014
1:02 pm

@ Joey, it’s possible for things to get turned around in one off-season. Is it certain? No, nothing’s for certain in college football. But it is possible. Look at the turnaround Auburn had last year under 1st year head coach Gus Malzahn. They were 3-9 the year before (didn’t win an SEC game), he comes along and they finish 12-2, won the SEC and played for a national title. Yes things can change in a hurry.

Flat Tire doesnt live in Delusionalville Ga.

March 22nd, 2014
1:12 pm

If Kevin Butler is taken off the air then I wont be listening to Bulldog radio much

who wants to listen to excuses and how great everything is after a losing big games and games like Vanderbilt

Butler has been talking lack discipline for years on the post game shows

He tells it like it is

Pinecone

March 22nd, 2014
1:32 pm

Agree with flat tire, the Richt apology tour nuts don’t want to hear any truth about their hero. Keep your radio tuned to Hondo and Chuck Dowdle if you want to hear great news garbage. Kevin Butler is one of the greatest bulldogs of all time.

PMR

March 22nd, 2014
1:42 pm

@ Flat Tire,

Butler is a moron. I went to school with him. He’s always been a moron. It would be AWESOME if you and those LIKE you stopped listening, watching, being a fan of and commenting on UGA football. Go be an Alabama or better yet an Auburn fan.

The list of kids kicked off the team is long and distinguished. Longer and more distinguished than any where in the nation. The reason things “seem” better at other places is because you don’t hear about them. No one airs there dirty laundry like they do in Athens. Everyone in Tuscaloosa worships the athletes, the administration and police at UGA do everything they can to cause them problems. A Tuscaloosa police officer told me that if a football player gets arrested there that they just harass some family member of the person that caused the problem. That way if there is a problem with a football player it gets handled internally. In Athens they arrest football players for things like not having a middle name and driving a scooter the wrong way down a one way ALLEY. And it is front page news.

If there are no consequences to being kicked off the team, it’s because the NCAA allows people like Mettenberger, Newton, and Marshall to play at other schools AFTER they committed crimes. It’s not Richt’s fault that a player can just go to another school if you kick him off your team.

Flat Tire doesnt live in Delusionalville Ga.

March 22nd, 2014
2:50 pm

PMR

Actually Richt can stop them from going to another school in the SEC

Actually we dont have to have such tough punishments as we do (so save us the excuse of other teams dont have it as bad as UGA)

I bet after you were done listening to Chuck Dowdle after the Vandy loss you felt like UGA was going to win the National Title at the end of the year

Flat Tire doesnt live in Delusionalville Ga.

March 22nd, 2014
3:04 pm

PMR

also go be a Kentucky or Miss St fan; they could use some more mediocrity loving fans

Bulldawg Bill

March 22nd, 2014
3:13 pm

I have no problem with the way Richt handles discipline. I don’t have a problem with the way it is publicized. Ultimately, the real problem, as I see it, is that he takes so blessed long to levy/announce it!! Leaving such a toxic cloud over the program all offseason is more destructive than no action at all.

Flat Tire doesnt live in Delusionalville Ga.

March 22nd, 2014
3:20 pm

Bulldawg Bill

Thats a great point

Bill King

March 22nd, 2014
3:53 pm

Flat Tire:
No, when they’re dismissed from the team, my understanding is that Richt cannot stop them from going to another school in the SEC. A coach can only do that when a player asks for and is granted a release.

Flat Tire doesnt live in Delusionalville Ga.

March 22nd, 2014
4:17 pm

Bill King

Cant Richt cut the players scholarship and not grant him a release?

7576DAWG

March 22nd, 2014
4:17 pm

Nick Marshall not only started and lead Auburn ALL SEASON but he learned their entire playbook in a few months. Richt and Bobo can use that excuse all they want but we all know that unless Mason go’s insane, falls off a cliff somewhere or quits and go’s into the ministry he will be the starting Quarterback. Then we will have another Joe Cox situation where Richt and Bobo can use the excuse that Bauta, Ramsey or Parks next year just didn’t get any playing time and will need a couple of years. If they don’t play they will not get better.
Please Richt don’t make us wait until 2015 to see if we have a leader at Quarterback for the team for 2 or 3 years starting in 2015. 2014 should be used to find our next Quarterback or find out if we need to Recruit another one for 2015 class.

Flat Tire doesnt live in Delusionalville Ga.

March 22nd, 2014
4:17 pm

dawgfan

March 22nd, 2014
4:18 pm

Buford Bulldog must be the president of the Mark Richt Super Fan Club.

Wow.

Flat Tire doesnt live in Delusionalville Ga.

March 22nd, 2014
4:33 pm

Yes experience will be the excuse if this season is another no championship season

Experience at QB will be the excuse next year too if there is another no championship season

Not enough QB experience will be the excuse again in 2016 too since our QB will most likely have only 1 season of playing time

7576DAWG

March 22nd, 2014
4:35 pm

The first thing that Pruitt did was to simplify the Defensive playbook. Why can’t Richt and Bobo simplify the Offensive playbook? There are only about 10 plays that make up 80 % of a games strategy. The other plays which make up 80% of the playbook and will get called once or twice the entire year. It wouldn’t take much to accommodate a young or inexperienced Quarterback. If Mason is the best then okay but if not practice with that outcome a possibility so he will be fluent in those 10 05 15 plays.

Rabuin Dawg

March 22nd, 2014
4:36 pm

Bill, I do believe that ice hockey at many of the Eastern and Northern schools are not “club” sports, and are scholarship athletes.Does UGA have plans for that in the future? Maybe it depends on how successful it turns out to be at the “club” level? And, with Title IX , would we have to have a program for women as well?

Skint

March 22nd, 2014
5:01 pm

7576 you are dead on. Not only Marshall, but a legacy in Anthony Jennings will start and thrive at LSU as a sophomore. If we are not going to put a major emphasis on OL recruiting, we better find a mobile QB.

NoAxeToGrind

March 22nd, 2014
5:08 pm

I assume all institutions in te SEC play by the same rules. To my knowledge, there were no sanctions imposed on Auburn for signing Newton and Marshall nor against the Mad Hatter for signing Mett. If there had been violations in the signing of those players, I assume sanctions would have been imposed. Since none were, evidenty there was nothing illegally done or at least not enough proof to impose them. The result was that Auburn won a NC and played for another. LSU had a down year but, knowing Miles, that will be rectified. Of course, UGA fans ought to be used to “down” years, there have been so many of late. This business of the “holyer then thou” excuse has grown tiresome and needs to be discarded. A new and better excuse needs to be dreamed up.

NoAxeToGrind

March 22nd, 2014
5:11 pm

“the SEC”

shep

March 22nd, 2014
5:17 pm

How in the world did UGA get into Hockey? Money I guess, and the moneyed conservative alumni. Fighting in hockey shud be banned. Kick’em out when they do it.

dawgfan

March 22nd, 2014
5:48 pm

Axe, its the last refuge for the Richt loving Kool Aiders. They know good and well he’ll never win anything again so they’ve got to make something up to portray him as superior. And that’s exactly what they are doing, making stuff up. If you can’t beat someone just accuse them of cheating.

They pulled it right out if the crybaby Techie playbook and its disgraceful and embarassing.

PMR

March 22nd, 2014
9:05 pm

Flat tire see how much you know? You really should get out of your moms basement more. That way you wouldn’t be like these imbeciles who wouldn’t know a football from a flying saucer. For instance the ones that can’t understand why Mason is the starting QB. The same ones last year that filled all the forums up wondering why Mason wasn’t replacing Murray now can’t understand why he should go into spring at the starter????????

And Axe, another who obviously reads English as another language other than his first. The people you named committed CRIMES what THEY did was illegal. Not the school. The NCAA allows players kicked off one team for committing CRIMES, like THEFT, SEXUAL ASSAULT, CARRYING WEAPONS that have no serial numbers, to continue their academic pursuits elsewhere and play football as well. THAT is why no one fears discipline. They’ll just go to another team. You’re another who needs to come out of your moms basement if you think the whole SEC plays by the same rules as far as academic requirements or standards go.

And Dawgfan, I’ll tell you what must be embarrassing and that is that your whole life rides up and down on a kids game played by 18-20 year olds. That must be embarrassing along with not having any standards in your life that are more important than winning a football game. Now THAT my little IQ challenged friend is indeed embarrassing.

Bill King

March 22nd, 2014
9:53 pm

Shep:
Hockey is a club sport at UGA. That means the kids pay for it themselves, not the athletic department.

DawgVoiceofReason

March 22nd, 2014
9:59 pm

7576,

You say that “Nick Marshall not only started and lead Auburn ALL SEASON but he learned their entire playbook in a few months.”, like that was some sort of major accomplishment. They had one of the simplest playbooks in college football. Our playbook is based on a pro-style offense and is much more complex than Auburn’s. Marshall certainly did a great job leading their offense but it was more because of his athletic ability than any great football knowledge. This year they are apparently going to see if he can throw it a little more. I’ll say again, Marshall was very good at what they did, but what they did was not sophisticated.

DawgVoiceofReason

March 22nd, 2014
10:04 pm

Bill,

You’r'e really going to be on dawgfan’s bad side now, talking about things like hockey, a club sport at that, when it’s off-season for football. There is no room for that in his one-track mind. He’s liable to blow a gasket.

catoosadawg

March 22nd, 2014
10:06 pm

Butler is correct Think about it: since Van Gorder left, the program has suffered. He was the disciplinarian. Butler loves UGA and speaks the truth because he wants a top tier program, and we are not that right now. You can call him all the names you want to; I’m sure he can take it. I like and respect Richt as a man and a coach, but let’s face it, he does have a gentle and forgiving spirit. That’s both a strength and a weakness.

DawgVoiceofReason

March 22nd, 2014
10:06 pm

Bill,

Run for cover. You also implied that Coach Richt should be taken at his word and that Mason is not guaranteed to be the starter. OMG. He’s gonna be spittin’ mad, now.

Dawgmeat

March 22nd, 2014
10:20 pm

Flat Tire Dawgs would be better off if you and Butler left. He was probably in the sauce pretty heavy that day when he tweeted, as he is on the broadcast most of the time. Should deinitely be removed

DawgVoiceofReason

March 22nd, 2014
10:36 pm

There are plenty of examples of Coach Richt cutting guys loose when they cross over the line. My question is, what happens before that point and why does his approach *appear* to be ineffective in preventing these problems before they happen? Look, even Nick Saban, the “master disciplinarian” has problem players on his team. That’s not even getting to the UTs, UFs, VU, and AU player disasters. But, however you want to characterize Coach Richt’s approach, is it working? That is, are his player’s better off than they would be under other coaches’ discipline? Frankly, it doesn’t seem like it from the outside, but we really don’t have enough information about what happens inside the program and whether it is making a positive difference. I would like to hear what former players (not the guys who got kicked out) say about it. As a fan, all I know is that it is frustrating to see a lot of highly touted players get into trouble and eventually fall by the wayside.

dawgfan

March 22nd, 2014
10:48 pm

Oh wow. The Richt worshipers are in full meltdown mode. Hilarious.

Imagine what they’ll do 3 years from now when he isn’t our coach anymore.

RED DOG 77

March 22nd, 2014
11:18 pm

Coach Mark Richt will be leading the Georgia Bulldogs in three years, six years………..could be at eight when he calls it quits, when he wants to, on his terms.

DawgVoiceofReason

March 22nd, 2014
11:41 pm

A new phrase has entered dawgfan’s vocabulary; it’s “Richt worshipers”. Mark this down. It may eventually be used to supplement (but probably not replace) “Kool Aiders”.

DawgVoiceofReason

March 22nd, 2014
11:43 pm

Who says you can’t teach a dawgfan new tricks? That clever little guy does come up with some new things once in a blue moon.

DawgVoiceofReason

March 22nd, 2014
11:57 pm

Setback for Malcolm Mitchell. Sore knee from practice and will be out for the rest of the spring. Sounds temporary but worrisome nonetheless.

HistoryofMatt

March 23rd, 2014
1:19 am

AGAIN… because you people have no ability accurately understand what Herbstreit actually said (made worse by Butler, who also has reading comprehension issues it seems):

What Herbstreit actually said was that these players don’t fear the consequences they know will happen should they get caught.

What is so hard to understand about that?

I’m talking to you, Radi Nabulsi and Bill King, who went on to illogically list the players kicked off of the team as some way of “defending” Coach Richt from Herbstreit, when in actuality, you’re PROVING HIS POINT.

The players KNOW the consequences. Yet they still continue to do the kinds of things that will get them kicked off the team.

They don’t care. They don’t fear getting kicked off the team.

THAT is what Herbstreit said when he said they don’t fear the consequences.

WHY IS THIS SO HARD TO UNDERSTAND???

You people and your lack of reading comprehension, especially from the UGA grads, are embarrassing.

I feel like I’m taking crazy pills!

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dawgfan

March 23rd, 2014
7:21 am

Red Dog, thanks for admitting you are not a Georgia Bulldog fan.

Glad we cleared that up.

dawgfan

March 23rd, 2014
7:28 am

Generally the terms and status of ones’ employment are dictated by their employer, but according to Red Dog this very basic concept of our labor system does not apply to Mark Richt. Even though his superiors pay him nearly $3 million a year to do his job, Mark Richt answers to no one.

The sad part is I’m not sure Red Dog is really wrong. I hope everyone likes Gator Bowls and meaningless seasons and talk about “next year” because that’s what we’ll be getting as long as everything is on Mark Richt The Great’s terms.

On his terms? No accountability whatsoever. What a joke.

NoAxeToGrind

March 23rd, 2014
8:27 am

It is most interesting to see how a lot of Richt Fan Clubbers react when they perceive one to be attacking their boy Richt….. PMR being a case in point. There must be some morbid psychological reason underlying this fact. Too bad Freud isn’t still around to help them get through this unfortunate affliction.

dawgfan

March 23rd, 2014
9:04 am

I doubt you’d find a group of fans more in to their coach.

Skokie Dog

March 23rd, 2014
1:14 pm

PMR wrote, “And Dawgfan, I’ll tell you what must be embarrassing and that is that your whole life rides up and down on a kids game played by 18-20 year olds. That must be embarrassing along with not having any standards in your life that are more important than winning a football game. Now THAT my little IQ challenged friend is indeed embarrassing.”
This prose sounds eerily familiar. Are you NCDawg’s evil twin brother? Or do you just do plagiarism?

NoAxeToGrind

March 23rd, 2014
1:32 pm

Speaking of NC Dawg and AR Dawg as well, I haven’t seen any of their posts lately. Am I missing somethng?

dawgfan

March 23rd, 2014
1:41 pm

Several Kool Aiders have went in to hiding recently. They probably went to some Richt lover discussion board where no one challenges their strongly held belief that Mark Richt invented football and “next year is our year. No really it is. This time I promise. I can just feel it.”

They don’t like opinions that differ from their own.

DawginColorado

March 23rd, 2014
2:42 pm

HistoryofMatt
March 23rd, 2014
1:19 am

Do you think with your rear end?! Simply put, what other consequences can there be? Is running a bunch of gassers and stadium steps a more viable deterrent than being kicked off the team? If you think that is true then you are taking crazy pills. Why did Herbstreit back track? It’s because he didn’t think about what he was saying before he flapped his big mouth.

Tell me, oh wise one, who is so much smarter than the rest of us, what would you do? Beat them senseless? Keep them prisoners? What else can they do? Booting someone off the team and taking their scholarship away is pretty damned drastic. They are delayed in getting to the goal most of them are after: the NFL. Sorry but your logic is worthy of crazy pills. Just like NOT dawgfan and others on these blogs.

dawgfan

March 23rd, 2014
4:12 pm

DawginColorodo, I bet Herbstreit backtracked because you sent him 500 crybaby emails demanding an apology for criticizing your hero.

That’s basically what you do on this blog.

HotDawg

March 23rd, 2014
4:38 pm

Seems to be a lot of “reading between the lines” of what Herbstreit said or tweeted.
Interpeting comments to their liking. Pro or Con.
History of Matt and others defend the Richt criticism, while others don’t.
It’s also fairly easy to distinguish which side the haters fall on.

HotDawg

March 23rd, 2014
4:46 pm

Dawgfan……Wow, DawgInColorado has that kind of pull? 500 e-mails.. Is that all it takes to shut people up? LOL
Man, have I got a list!!!

dawgfan

March 23rd, 2014
4:53 pm

You’re right. It was probably 1,000 emails.

I underestimated his love for Mark Richt.