Trenton Brown: How things went wrong between UGA and JC star

UGA has had three members of its 2013 football recruiting class de-commit from the Bulldogs within the last few months. They’ve gone onto to either pledge to another college or remain undecided.

Perhaps the most unusual was Trenton Brown, the offensive lineman from Georgia Military College, a junior college in Milledgeville, Ga.

UGA has lost three 2013 recruits in recent months, and then whatever you want to make out of the Kelsey Griffin situation. There's also rumors flying about WR commit Tramel Terry (AP)

UGA has lost three 2013 recruits in recent months, and then whatever you want to make out of the Kelsey Griffin situation. There's also rumors flying about WR commit Tramel Terry (AP)

Brown seemed pretty solid with his commitment to UGA until a conversation last month with another target of the Bulldogs, 5-star OL Laremy Tunsil of Lake City, Fla.

“Florida asked Laremy Tunsil what Georgia told him about me, and Laremy told them I might be playing guard,” Brown told DawgNation’s Kipp Adams. “The Florida coaches told my coaches, and that is how I found out.”

After pondering it for a while, Brown eventually de-committed from UGA and remains undecided, with Florida as his leader.

GMC coach Bert Williams offered some perspective this week to the AJC:

“From what I’ve been told, his family was … there was some miscommunication or whatever you want to call it, that started about whether he was going to be at tackle or guard. He wasn’t interested in potentially being a guard because everybody talking to him has mentioned him being a tackle.

“Apparently, there was some talk with some other recruits. You know how recruits talk back and forth these days.

“My counsel to him was ‘If you’re the best athlete, you’re going to play offensive tackle. It’s that simple. Personally, I wouldn’t read too much into what the other young man said if you felt good enough about Georgia to commit there. When it comes down to it, they’re going to pick the five best guys. If you’re in that five, you’ll be at one position or another. If you’re the best tackle, you’ll be at one of the best tackle positions. If not, you’ll be at one of the guards.’

“Anyways, he wasn’t satisfied with what he was hearing so he pulled away from his commitment, which is something we discourage at GMC. Once a guy makes a commitment, we feel like he kind of needs to stay with it. But his parents are on board (with de-committing from UGA), so that’s where we are right now.

“I still think he kind of has a high level of interest in Georgia, but right now he’s open.”

Could Brown end up committing again to UGA? “I think (UGA OL coach Will Friend) and him are still in communication. I couldn’t guess where the level of interest from both sides is right now, though.”

Offensive line is one of UGA’s glaring weaknesses this season, and it is a high recruiting priority to sign at least a couple of OL recruits that can make an instant impact with the Bulldogs.

JC OL Trenton Brown reminds his coach of a former NFL 1st rounder (247sports)

JC OL Trenton Brown reminds his coach of a former NFL 1st rounder (247sports)

How good is the 6-foot-8, 350-pound Brown? “He’s pretty darn good. He reminds me in a lot of ways of (former UGA standout) Bernard Williams, who was a first-round draft pick of the Philadelphia Eagles when I was a graduate assistant there in 1992. Trenton has the same ability on the edge to get out there and be a very effective run blocker. He’s got good speed, great length, good punch, and he can bend and move well. He’s a more physical player than Bernard was, and he has the same general level of athleticism. I think he has the chance to be a great offensive tackle if he continues to work his craft and do the things he needs to improve his game.”

In a recent game against an Iowa Western junior college, Brown was often matched up against one defensive end committed to a Big Ten school, and another one headed to the Big 12. Brown didn’t even give up a QB pressure. “He’s doing it on the field,” Williams said.

The other two de-commits from UGA’s 2013 class:

Also, DT Kelsey Griffin of Mill Creek High School sat in front of TV cameras and publicly committed to UGA a few weeks ago, but then said later the same day that it was not accepted by the Bulldogs. He is now pledged to South Carolina.

Could there be more? WR Tramel Terry of Goose Creek, S.C., has already announced twice that he intends to sign with UGA and remains committed to the Bulldogs. However, after taking an official visit to Clemson last week, Terry’s high school coach said he could make a final decision in December.

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DostaDawg

October 14th, 2012
2:02 am

First!!! Go Dawgs!!!!!

Dawg Roll

October 14th, 2012
2:03 am

I love my alma mater, the university of Georgia. We dump a future NFL offensive lineman, but hold on for dear life to private school wonderboys Aulden Bynum and Josh Cardiello. Unreal.

dbc

October 14th, 2012
2:16 am

More proof that UGA coaches are incapable. Tired of seeing it in games and now recruiting. CMR is losing his footing in Athens. Wonder if McGarity has enough guts to do something, Not likely with a lame duck, D-bag President and inept coaches across the board paid to produce just enough — but then not much at all.

Brandon

October 14th, 2012
2:27 am

If this young man thinks that his needs and desire’s are above the teams, then maybe he should go elsewhere. Athletes need to learn it’s about the team, and not about the individual.

Old Boy

October 14th, 2012
2:34 am

I hope that UGA puts it together, but it appears that there is the potential for the wheels to come off this season. If Georgia can somehow come up with a win against Florida (the only ranked team left on the schedule), we might be able to salvage something. Otherwise, we look like a house of cards and I fear some of the big recruits will see that. Despite my love of the team, it would be hard for me to commit to them after seeing the way “fans” treated Aaron Murray on the worst day of his life.

The Hexx

October 14th, 2012
2:34 am

If you knew anything about the program you’d know the Georgia coaches are not crying over this spilled milk.

hugh

October 14th, 2012
2:45 am

Gimme a break Old Boy. You do realize it was one or two people who did that, right? One or two – the same number of USCjr fans who made posters mocking Michael Bennett’s torn ACL and insulted Murray’s sister, right? The same number of Alabama fans who poisoned the most famous trees in Auburn, AL and sexually assaulted a defenseless LSU fan, right? The players are over it. You should be, too.

Badda bing

October 14th, 2012
2:53 am

This kid looks like a gigantic toad.

Columbus

October 14th, 2012
2:59 am

Trenton Brown….I KNOW you are smarter than to believe what a school that is trying to get you said. Florida HATES Georgia. They KNOW UGA wants and needs you and they want you too so they will say and do anything to get into your head and get you to come their way. I KNOW you are smarter than that.

UGA needs you at tackle and if you will be at that position IMMEDIATELY and its yours if you are good enough. Its that way at EVERY school. UGA is HONEST. I KNOW that for a FACT. At Florida, they are trying to hang onto their jobs FIRST and foremost and are not so honest and certainly not as honest as Mark Richt. Florida is nothing but big talkers. UGA is going to rip them a new one in a few weeks too. AND UGA has a new QB coming in that will NEED YOU BADLY.

UGA OL NEEDS YOU. UGA OLINe NEEDS YOU PERIOD AND YESTERDAY!…..AND AT TACKLE…..YOURE GOOD ENOUGH AND THATS WHY THEY WANT YOU SO……COME ON BROTHER! LETS WIN THE SEC THE NEXT 2 YEARS AT UGA…..BECAUSE THERE IS ONE TEAM THAT WONT BE AND THAT IS FLORIDA….ITS UGA AND SC. FLORIDA MIGHT NOT HAVE MUSCHAMP AS COACH YOUR SENIOR YEAR….HIS OFFENSE HAS BEEN PATHETIC AND HES NOT AN OFFENSIVE COACH…..MARK RICHT IS AND THEY GOT A SPOT WAITING ON YOU….

IF THERE IS ANY OL IN THE SEC THATS HAS A SPOT….ITS UGA…..DID U SEE THE SC GAME? THEM YOUNGUNS ON THE OL WERENT READY BUT THEY WILL BE AT HOME AGAINST SC NEXT YEAR WITH A YEARS EXPERIENCE AND IF YOU SEEN THE UGA.SC GAME…YOU SEEN HOW SAD THE TACKLE PLAYED…..NOW COME ON AND BLOCK CLOWNEYS BUTT INTO THE GROUND NEXT YEAR FOR UGA…..

YOU EVER SPENT THE ENTIRE SUMMER IN FLORIDA? WOW! YOU THINK ITS HOT IN GA? GO TO GAINSVILLE FOR AN ENTIRE SUMMER!….HUMIDITY EVERY DAY LIKE YOU NEVER FELT IN YOUR LIFE!

BUT THE BOTTOMLINE IS, U SEEN THE UGA SOUTH CAROLINA GAME, THERE IS A SPOT WAITING BUT ITS NOT GOING TO BE GIVEN TO YOU AT ANY SCHOOL…INCLUDING FLORIDA I DO NOT CARE WHAT BULL THEY FEED YOU…IF THEY SAY ITS YOURS THEY ARE LIEING….!

BUT THE TACKLE SPOT IS WAITING FOR YOU AND YOURE GOOD ENOUGH TO TAKE IT AT UGA. U SEEN THE GAME BRO! NOW HONOR YOUR COMMITTMENT AND GO TO UGA AND KICK SOME SC AND FLORIDA BUTT……

AND FOR GODS SAKE, I KNOW YOU ARENT GOING TO LISTEN TO ANOTHER TEAM WHEN IT COMES TO RECRUITING….ITS CUT-THROAT AND I KNOW THIS….RICHT WILL NOT LET WILL FRIEND FEED YOU A BUNCH OF BULL. AND CERTAINLY WILL NOT LET HIM LIE TO A RECRUIT….IF YOU WANT THE STRAIGHT UP HONEST ANSWER, THE TRUTH……ASK MARK RICHT AND THEN YOU WILL KNOW THAT HIS ANSWER IS WRITTEN IN STONE. NOW COME ON TO UGA…..OK? I WILL BE LOOKING FOR YOU FROM MY SEAT THE NEXT 2 YEARS….WE NNED YOU AND WANT YOU BLOCKING FOR THESE GREAT BACKS AND QB….LETS WIN IT ALL BABY! GO DAWGS!

Columbus

October 14th, 2012
3:05 am

DBC…..NO SHAME IN LOSING ON THE ROAD IN THE LOUDEST STADIUM EVER HEARD TO THE #3 TEAM IN THE NATION….UGA GOT BEHIND EARLY, SC GOT A BREAK ON A PICK THAT WASNT BY RAMBO AND THE UGA LINE WAS NOT READY OR EXPERIENCED ENOUGH TO DEAL WITH THE SC DEFENSE….UGA HASNT HAD A LINE INTACT WITH EXPERIENCE TOGETHER FOR 5 YEARS….THATS THE DEAL AND THE ONLY DEAL. ITS NOT RICHT. RICHT HAS WON THIS YEAR AND LAST YEAR WITHOUT AN OL….FACT….

HARD TO WIN IN THE SEC WITHOUT LINES…..HARD TO WIN ANYWHERE WITHOUT MEN IN THE TRENCHES AND UGA HAS HAD TO START TRUE AND REDSHIRT FRESHMEN AND OTHERS WITH NO EXPERIENCE OR HOBBLING ON ONE LEG THE LAST 5 YEARS….YEAR ONE THEY DID OK BUT SINCE THEN, THE LAST 4 YEARS, WITH ALL THE INJURIES, ETC..UGA LINE HAS BEEN PATCHWORK….THATS WHY WE NEED MR BROWN TO STOP LISTENING TO THE ENEMIES BS AND COME TO UGA…YOURE A DAWG BROWN, NOT A GATOR….

Jason in Gainesville

October 14th, 2012
3:05 am

In his photo he looks like an angry Charlie Brown.

Pj

October 14th, 2012
5:08 am

I live 2 miles from Trenton. He’s a huge man but gets still really young. Gmc coach williams us a good molder of men and will make sure uga stays on the top of the list. Laremy Tunsil wants left tackle all to himself – no wonder he would be feeding this info to Trenton.
They will both committ to Georgia and give a great 3 man rotation at Tackle for 2-3 years.

Jacket Man

October 14th, 2012
6:38 am

Either he’s good enough to play Tackle or he’s not and maybe UGA’s better off without him. At 6′8″ Guard? Sorry but having someone that tall next to the Center might just not cut it because he’d interfere with the QB’s passing lanes whereas a Tackle doesn’t.

I know there are some 6′6″ Guards right now, but they’re already pushing the envelope unless QB’s are 6′5″ themselves. However, if your QB is only 6′2″ or so, any Guard taller than 6′4″ poses a huge problem because when he stands up he blocks the vision of the QB and/or he’s oftentimes too tall to cut block very easily if he’s a 320 lb. Guard because he’s 6′6″.

GT = 10 time loser to Mark Richt

October 14th, 2012
6:49 am

Brown’s actual weight is up close to 400 lbs now. That’s why they were talking about guard.

7576DAWG

October 14th, 2012
7:00 am

I just don’t think I could have the patience to be a coach and recruiter of 16 to 18 year old gullible, uneducated children. It would be so hard to try to compete with other recruiter from other schools who have no integrity or other values that would definitely put me at a disadvantage. What aggravates me the most with Brown is he will end up at Florida and he will play the exact position that he would have played at Georgia . Brown is just not intelligent enough or has parents even that smart, to realize where he plays at Florida or Georgia or anywhere will depend on him. Right now he thinks because he is 6′8″ and weights 350 pounds that he will be able to handle anybody, thus he should be able to play anywhere he wants. He just can’t imagine a 260 pound Linebacker being able to out maneuver him or get by him on every play because he is too slow in order to get to the Quarterback.
Sometimes honestly just doesn’t pay off when you have to deal with such unintelligent recruits. At 20 years old you would think he would be starting to show signs of growing up mentally.

Beast from the East

October 14th, 2012
7:26 am

Columbus, wipe your chin.

Buddly Landel

October 14th, 2012
7:28 am

columbus- for a grown man, that was pathetic.

DawgieDooDoo

October 14th, 2012
7:32 am

Jesus stays away from Athens, GA

Joey

October 14th, 2012
7:38 am

“HARD TO WIN IN THE SEC WITHOUT LINES…..HARD TO WIN ANYWHERE WITHOUT MEN IN THE TRENCHES”
************************************
YEAH, and it’s IMPOSSIBLE to WIN a BIG GAME with MARK RICHT.

I do okay with the caps, C?

Geez . . .

Destin Dawg

October 14th, 2012
7:48 am

Spurrier is 67 years old and looks it, will retire in a couple years and the Game clucks will be back in the dumps and you’ll be stuck in Columbia S. C.

kingdaddy

October 14th, 2012
8:35 am

You want to deal from a position of strength. Poor UGA, they are desperate and in disarray. When do you feel like you have given a coach a fair shot? Up until the SC game, I thought Coach Friend was doing ok with what he had but what’s up with not being able to nail-down some of these top recruits? Why don’t the top Olinemen see the opportunity at UGA? Could it be scheme, I really don’t know. Our recruiting needs an up-grade. Look at the talent in this state and we have line problems on a regular basis. Hmmmmmmmmmm, could it be the COACHES??? Just wondering…

dap01

October 14th, 2012
8:51 am

Who would believe what the coaches from Florida would tell him. What a naive idiot.

Bitter spoiled recruit

October 14th, 2012
9:08 am

Like his head coach stated —the best five will start

—–theres lots of tallent out there——-Not worried about 17 year old clowns

who need’s momma to think for themself.———move to the next troll

——–What bothers me is a team that lay’s down when all the football

———-world is watching———Bring in COACH DOOLY next year to replace

———-FAT—-A$$ DR PEPPER ADAMS

Bitter spoiled recruit

October 14th, 2012
9:14 am

@KINGdaddy——-UGA is loaded with top lineman———–they were blowing

–holes for gurshal until the co_cks stacked 8 in the box

——-bobo should have adjusted to a 2 back —2 tight-end formation

——-look at LSU running all over S.C. last nite—–the used a tightend all

———-game——–hopefully bobo learned from LSUUUUUUUU

——–HAVE YOU HEARD FROM —–A person so dumb—worlds greatest fry-cook

——–Blahahahahahaha

Sergeant Joe Friday

October 14th, 2012
9:17 am

You people take this way too serious. It’s just a football team and a football GAME! I’m a UGA fan but the outcome of a game doesn’t affect me one way or the other. For someone’s life to entirely revolve around a football game or whether another thug commits to UGA….pathetic.

SickAndTired

October 14th, 2012
9:27 am

Nothing to see here, just another grease fire from your Georgia coaching staff. They should write a book. “Recruiting the sate of Georgia, how to lose talent and alienate people!”

ron

October 14th, 2012
9:29 am

Too many quality recruits are leaving the state for South Carolina, Clemson and other surrounding schools. Parents are steering their kids away from UGA due to all of the off field arrests. The #1 recruit in the nation from the state of Georgia doesn’t even mention UGA as having been on his radar,he commits to Clemson, however his mother wants him to attend Ole Miss. Mark Richt what does this have to say about your program and you as a recruiter.

FRED

October 14th, 2012
9:40 am

Look the whole program is coming apart and people keep defending CMR well i for one will not he must go or we will remain in the second tier for ever!

RICHT MUST GO!!!

October 14th, 2012
9:42 am

REALLY, DID WE NOT SEE THIS COMING? LOOK FOR MORE DECOMMITS ARE THE SEASON PROGRESSES. WAY TO GO UGA!!

Tampa Gator

October 14th, 2012
9:43 am

I doubt he ends up at Florida or Georgia. Not Georgia, for reasons stated above. Not Florida because Chaz Green is a soph at right tackle and the Gators will have Max Garcia next year and Kyle Kohene there as backups. And C.J. Humphries and Tyler Moore (transfer from Nebraska) at left tackle. I think he ends up at Mississippi State…..a good fit for their program.

me

October 14th, 2012
10:01 am

Florida coach’s must be Obama supporters. They are using the same tatic’s. If you can’t run on your record and sell yourself, trash your opponent.

Brainiac

October 14th, 2012
10:07 am

Here’s an idea! Let’s let recruiting be conducted as a private matter between athletes, college coaches, and colleges, just as grades and other private matters are handled by schools today. Take the fans out of the mix and the press out of the mix until signing day when athletes sign their names and actually commit. Nobody’s panties would get in a wad, no 17 and 18 year olds would grandstand and hot dog all over the web and papers, and everyone’s blood pressure would go down several notches. The very fact that adults obsess over this stuff is pretty sad and a more private recruitment would help everyone in the process.

Bulldawger

October 14th, 2012
10:12 am

Way to fall for rumors big boy. So and so said this so it must be true.

Zach Mettenburger

October 14th, 2012
10:13 am

I just beat South Carolina the # 3 team in the nation! Thanks Coach Richt!

The Tide is Rolling and Nothing can stop it

October 14th, 2012
10:15 am

Another year….

More title expectations…

Another disappointing loss when playing a decent team…

More excuses…

32 years…

But you have Todd Grantham….lucky

Drew Carey dropped 80 lbs.

October 14th, 2012
10:15 am

and recruits keep dropping Georgia.

UGA' inability to message

October 14th, 2012
10:16 am

UGA is where we are because UGA has either been incapable of sending the proper message to offensive linemen OR CMR ’s system ( FSU of the 90s) deters men from signing.
In the SC/LSU game last night, LSU ran to then right behind their huge tackle, # 87 Alexander. THey moved the ball when UGA could not. We ha e a true frosh tackle and you will lose that matchup every time , when a frosh goes against a mature D linemen. Alexander is from Buford, Ga.

Tennessee has DJuan James from Hall County. he will be ALLSEC.

Florida has OMAR HUNTER at Nose tackle and he too, is from Buford, Ga,

CMR tours the south to sign kids, overlooking local kids and that failed strategy is HURTING UGA.

KY game will finally fill in the seats well into the first qtr.

October 14th, 2012
10:23 am

KY game will be ugly. EVERYBODY has abused them but UGA will maybe lull ahead midway in the 3rd qtr. UGA knows this season is exactly like all of the last 4 or 5 in a row …… Failures.

UGA ends up 9-3 and in the Independence vs. Texas Tech.

UGA grad. Class of 71& 73.

TIDE ROLL

October 14th, 2012
10:26 am

I mean, how much longer does this have to occur before UGA fans have had it? It sooo obvious what Richt and Booboo are up to. Hire Will Friend ( unfortunately a clone of Crazy Neil Calloway), bring in Daniel (Holding, No. 72) Inman as a grad asst. Promote former 1970(s) Uga offensive lineman Joe T. to Head Strength and Conditioning Coach, and, with “Shoe Polish” McGarity’s blessings, start signing a bunch of private school offensive linemen, who have no business playing at this level, have Joe T. “build ‘em up” and create a “Master Race” offensive line that only a UGA fan could appreciate. Meanwhile, Richt and Booboo stand idly by while in-state studs like, James Carpenter,(ALA.), BIG Chance Warmack(ALA.), Rokevious Watkins(S.Carolina), JuJuan James(Tenneesee), Vadal Alexander(LSU), Brandon Greene(ALA.) Octavious Jackson(FLA.) Joshua Outlaw, Trenton Brown, Delando Crooks, Devonte Seymour, Shamire Devine(TECH) and Jeremi Hall(TECH) go elsewhere. It’s absolutely insane, and is the very reason you haven’t won a National Title in over 32 years, and are continuously embarrassed by the likes of Central Florida. Colorado!, Michigan St. Alabama, LSU, and most recently South Carolina. Do you realize you have a 5′ 11″ 270 lb. Center? Who played at a private school? And is now starting for you against SEC nose guards? And your left guard is worse! No wonder Richt gets it handed to him. What a flock of idiots y’all have up there! 32 friggin years. Nothing ever changes.

Really?

October 14th, 2012
10:39 am

The Hexx,

Who gives a shyt what the coaches are crying over, they just got their asses handed to them for the umpteenth time in a big fucin game, U clown!

Really?

October 14th, 2012
10:42 am

I cant wait til the country goes to hell. With mitt romney leading us, it wont be long!

TIDE ROLL

October 14th, 2012
10:55 am

And another thing. Incredibly, you have on your current roster the very athletes that could take you where you want to go, and you won’t play them! The best young left tackle in the Conference is your No. 61, Xzavier Ward, out of Colquitt Co. Rush Propst, the head coach there,said he was the most athletic offensive lineman he’d ever coached. All Ward does at Georgia is stand on the sideline. Starting Ward would allow you to move Kenarious Gates to Right Tackle, where he’d be a beast.The best offensive center in the SEC, Chris Burnette, plays Right Guard for y’all, and is a backup Center to a 5′11′ 260 lb. private schooler. You bring in Mark Beard in the Spring and he had a great G-day. Suddenly he’s having trouble “picking up the system”( THE favorite term of y’all’s, especially when it pertains black athletes), and he’s now playing sparingly. AND the biggest injustice is to Michael Thornton, who has All-SEC offensive guard written all over him. He’s another Chance Warmack and y’all have him wasting away at 3rd team nose guard. This is why you’re not competitive. The only saving grace in all of this is that the teams whose offensive lines are gashing you are starting the type of athletes that you should be. It’s unfortunate that Tenneesee, S. Carolina and Florida have transitioned while y’all remain inert, but even Richt and Booboo should now recognize where we are now (2012!) and adjust accordingly. Do it or continue to get hammered. XZAVIER WARD(LT),MARK BEARD(LG), CHRIS BURNETTE(CENTER), MICHAEL THORNTON(RG), KENARIOUS GATES(RT),

DawgByte

October 14th, 2012
10:59 am

Trenton – reconsider your position and never listen to another recruit quoting other college coaches. UGA needs you. Patch things up with Richt & Co. and be a Dawg!

abominable snowman dawg

October 14th, 2012
11:05 am

Trenton, stay away from the dumpster fire that is Georgia football. Be a Gator and enjoy your last years of college.

Frank Lane

October 14th, 2012
11:07 am

I think that you in the media stir things up to create stories. Derrick Henry de-commited because he knew what he would be competing with. This young man de-commited because of speculation and what another recruit said he heard. The speculation about another prospect potentially waivering is unprofessional.

abominable snowman dawg

October 14th, 2012
11:09 am

After last Saturday nite, I’m sure Mr. Henry knows he’s made the right decision.

Ty Webb

October 14th, 2012
11:09 am

I’d start at the root of the issue. UGA urinates all over it’s “academics” to sign JC transfers and players out of high school who can barely write their own names. It’s truly pathetic.

molar roller

October 14th, 2012
11:14 am

Gurshall suddenly looks like Crowell on a bad ankle.

RedandBlackDAWG

October 14th, 2012
11:30 am

It seems rather weird that another recruit is telling someone where he would most likely end up on the line if he played for UGA. Does that mean that Tunsil envisions coming to UGA and being one of the starting tackles. That would be good news for sure.
I am thinking that Mr. Brown might not be the brightest bulb on the tree, if he thinks many teams are going to start a player at guard, as tall as he is. He is listed at 6′9″, 360 pounds which is pretty tall for a guard. He would appear to have a lot of maturing to do, as I kind of think, in an off handed way, his coach was telling him.
UGA has a very young line still, with two of them having a total of 6 games experience at the college level. I expected them to have trouble containing the defensive line that S.C. would offer, but I was a little surprised that we played into their hands on offense, and tried to run off tackle so many times in the game. I was hoping we would see them try to go outside but that didn’t happen often. UGA wasn’t ready to play the game, and for that I would say the coaches didn’t get them as ready as they should have. UGA is still a relatively young team and will still have a fair amount of success this year. There are still goals to play for, so they will be OK. Somehow, team preparation will have to be better though.

Tampa Gator

October 14th, 2012
12:19 pm

Me…..

But I bet Obama and his supporters know the difference between a possessive noun and a plural noun!!!!

And I think both candidates have done an excellent job of trashing each other….and one has nearly change his complete platform and message so he can get elected. But I would not count on him living up to any of his promises to the middle class……which makes up that large percentage he referred to in his “private” conversation to his very rich buddies.

And….for the record…..I don’t consider myself loyal to any party or line of thinking. I try to keep my mind open to the truth…..and I don’t see a lot of real truth coming out of either party…..but less out of Romney’s side of the fence these days. If you think he has the middle class as part of his true concern, you are kidding yourself….or just note thinking. But I fully realize that Obama has NO CHANCE in most southern states…..for obvious reasons. Some things in the south never change…….except on the football field. Just saying……

Now…back to football.