This is the most sublime “Separated at Birth” I’ve seen.
Austin Powers and…
Lou Holtz in an earlier life. Frickin’ uncanny.
(mucho h/t Digital Headbutt)
A couple of random things that caught my eye this morning:
Here’s another one of those statistical rankings that may surprise you: Georgia leads the nation in turnovers lost with five.
Interestingly enough, all five of the turnovers belong to Stafford. As the AB-H article notes, Georgia’s running backs haven’t lost a fumble in 230 carries.
Coach Ball, take a bow.
Thanks to commenter Cerbera, I was alerted to Dink NeSmith’s follow up to his “pay for play” proposal from a week or so ago.
Not that there’s much of a surprise in what he’s written this time. There’s the usual wallowing in the First Amendment, the “gosh, we have some angry fans who called me names” stuff and the all too expected flashing of his Dawg credentials. Plus, the Dawgnation is behind him – just ask the 76% that barked. Ultimately, what’s missing is any substance.
Mr. NeSmith (unless you prefer “Dink”), when you write your next missive for public consumption, would you mind addressing a few questions about yourself and your proposal that I have? Here’s what I’d like to know:
I’m sort of amazed by NeSmith, frankly. Here’s somebody who professes to bleed red and black, and who says that he thinks Richt is a treasured asset and the right head coach for Georgia, but also believes that it’s incumbent upon him to remind his treasure that he needs to “… go down giving it all we’ve got and then some…”, as if all of Georgia’s problems boil down to the coaches simply not caring enough. And that throwing enough money at the problem will fix it.
If caring and money were all it took to be a successful SEC head coach, Ron Zook would still be the the man at Florida.