6:49 pm October 2, 2012, by Mark Bradley
October 3rd, 20122:45 pm
awaiting moderation? really?
GTBob, they could have taken the (8)WVU vs. (11)Texas game, but they didn’t.
You expect ESPN to select the FOX game of the week for their College Gameday location? Good luck with that.
October 3rd, 20122:47 pm
You are seething with with jealously and hatred of all things UGA. Give it up Boob, it’s making a very small man of you
October 3rd, 20122:50 pm
It sounds like GT got up on the wrong side of the bed this morning. Middle Tennessee State will do that to a guy.
October 3rd, 20122:51 pm
They could’ve went to Clempson for that *cough* grudge match going on there. Yeah I think there’s a women’s synchronized swim meet taking place
Nah, maybe im a little jealous of Alabama and Oregon. Not so much UGA.
October 3rd, 20122:52 pm
Should be a real barn burner in Clempson this week. Yep, if one cares for swim meets that is
October 3rd, 20122:53 pm
So you hang out on Bama and Oregon blogs too huh? Busy man there Boob. Say, how is life at 2-3 btw?
October 3rd, 20122:54 pm
2-3, no hope, no prayer and no coach. You guys ruin this state
October 3rd, 20123:00 pm
Say, how is life at 2-3 btw?
The season ended that day so life is fine. Time to move on to basketball.
October 3rd, 20123:35 pm
@ GTBob, ok then why did CBS choose the Georgia vs. Tennessee game?
October 3rd, 20123:42 pm
Guess they should’ve shown the Georgia Tech vs. Middle Tennessee State game instead huh GTBob?
October 3rd, 20124:02 pm
What other game were they going to choose? The next best choice was Alabama and Ole Miss. Who in the world would bother watching that? It was pretty much a throw away week for CBS. They didn’t have any good options.
October 3rd, 20124:34 pm
GTBob, you are funny. People get so worked up over your remarks.
October 3rd, 20124:44 pm
GTBob, how do you feel, should Paul Johnson be fired?
October 3rd, 20124:49 pm
No. The past couple of games have been rough but he more than deserves a chance to turn things around. Plus we can’t afford to fire him.
October 3rd, 20124:50 pm
Everybody call me biased if you want, I’d understand, but this is the biggest college football game of the season to this point. It was FSU/CLem before now. There will probably be bigger games later such as UGA/UF (if both are undefeated), Bama/LSU, SEC champ game, etc, etc. We just need to get this one somehow.
October 3rd, 20124:51 pm
But do you think he can turn it around GTBob?
October 3rd, 20125:07 pm
Im not sure. If he ever gets a defense that is not one of the worst in college football then he might. That will take major changes though which im not sure he will make.
October 3rd, 20125:09 pm
Everybody call me biased if you want, I’d understand, but this is the biggest college football game of the season to this point
Yeah, I would say you are pretty biased, and a little delusional.
October 3rd, 20125:22 pm
Hey Mark, start monitoring GTBOB again, he is up to the same old thing. Just an old rabble rouser. He seems to always think his OPINIONs are FACTs.
He only trys to grate on bulldog fans to stir the pot…..i don’t bother cutting down Tech in hopes of aggravating him. because he knows they are bad and it does not bother him for others to cut them down, i just suppose everyone needs a hobby, his is obviously being here on blogs all the time.
Have fun bobby!
October 3rd, 20125:25 pm
In the words of ARdawg, gtbob……your just “turrible”
October 3rd, 20125:54 pm
Let’s hope the offense and defense come together as a team and get
a win for Michael Bennett and DAWG NATION!!!GO DAWGS!!!
October 3rd, 20125:56 pm
Before I reach the merits of your post, and in the interest of civility (a cause to which you appear to have a pathological, if somewhat ham-fisted, devotion), I will address you going forward as “TVRadioGuy.” In internet parlance, all-caps is considered screaming, and civilized folk consider screaming rude. I take the time to explain this to you because your name is “TVRadioGuy,” as opposed to, say, “InternetPrintMediaGuy.” So it’s possible that you may simply be ignorant of the prevailing norms of civility. I don’t want to assume anything about you, TVRadioGuy. I wish you had extended that courtesy to me.
Instead, in the service of your evidently self-appointed mission to make us all play nice, you make several assumptions about me. For instance: you call me a complete idiot; you suggest I live in my mother’s basement; you call me hateful; and you suggest I have a pea brain. Perhaps worst of all, you suggest that my comments are “beyond the pale.” Are you familiar with the origins of this phrase, TVRadioGuy? It refers to the part of Ireland that was conquered by England in the Middle Ages. Implicit in the phrase, of course, is the belief that anything beyond England’s rule is uncivilized. My ancestors fought a war to defeat that notion in the 1770’s and 1780’s, TVRadioGuy. Which side of that war did you ancestors fight on? I could certainly guess, based on your evident need to police others’ comments.
Here’s my advice to you, TVRadioGuy: be the change you want to see on this thread. You don’t want people posting comments that you perceive as hateful? Great! Start with yourself: don’t post hateful comments about people that you’ve never met. And please don’t try to justify your hateful words to me by suggested that “[I] started it.” Two wrongs don’t make a right, TVRadioGuy.
One more piece of advice: try to appreciate nuance. My tone was much more lighthearted than that Jemima lady’s. My comment was clearly playful, and I would hope that everyone would’ve spotted that.
And on that note, Mr. Bradley, if you took my words seriously, then I apologize for any offense.
October 3rd, 20126:32 pm
Nice house Mark !
October 7th, 20127:26 pm
GTBob, you got beat like an army mule saturday by Moo Yoo ,they are below average at best and you talk about relevance.
The AJC sports columnist is a blogging fool. But you knew that already
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