Monday ??????s

I’ve got questions.  Who’s got answers?

  • Why isn’t a kid with this name playing for Kentucky?
  • Can Steve Spurrier truly be happy if he can’t legitimately threaten to bench his starting quarterback?
  • Does this really matter?
  • If Georgia being thin at the wide receiver position is a good reason not to allow A.J. Green to return punts, is being thin in the secondary a good reason not to let Brandon Boykin return kickoffs?
  • Congrats to Goldberg, but which do you think is larger, The National Jewish Hall of Fame and Museum or the shed that Mike Leach confined Adam James to?
  • Is Sam Bradford proof that you can go home again?
  • So which is it for Tennessee – do the Vols “have a lot of work to do”, or are they on an even keel with Oregon?
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6 responses to “Monday ??????s

  1. Normaltown Mike

    Goldberg’s success on a football field is particularly perplexing to Joe Paterno.
    - “Our Jewish neighbors in a walk-up on Glennview were forever playing basketball giving my ma agida. I grew up wid a kid named Saul Martzman that could dribble left handed from Euclid Avenue all the way to the cab stand on 35th” Paterno commented. “Now the krauts and the hungy’s, that was where you found some football players” he added.

  2. 69Dawg

    Goldberg was a Psyc major and he acted crazy, a little like Ben Jones only meaner looking. He played crazy too. To quote Billy Brewer the then coach of Ole Miss “Goldberg is the craziest SOB I’ve ever seen.”

  3. Hoshney

    Tennessee has a LOT of holes to fill but many thought they had a LOT to fill as well and they beat our ass

  4. Mayor of Dawgtown

    About the “thin in the secondary” issue, I’m about to come to the conclusion that Richt knows what he is doing using Gray that way.

  5. Russ

    Off the top of my head, I’d guess Hammerin’ Hank Greenberg and Sandy Koufax were in the museum with Goldberg.

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