Hopefully, he was in a transitional period.

Samuel L. Jackson, Dawg Walk participant.

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13 responses to “Hopefully, he was in a transitional period.

  1. I live in Seattle, so I can’t make it, but how’s the Dawg Walk doing these days? Good turn out? Energy?

  2. David

    I’M SAMUEL L. JACKSON, AND I WAS IN THE DAWG WALK!!! WHY AM I YELLING? THIS IS HOW I TALK!!! AIN’T YOU SEEN MY MOVIES???

  3. heyberto

    The players had to love that, and it probably is a cool thing for recruits to experience. Hope they got to meet him.

    • Gen. Stoopnagle

      Radi (sp?) from UGASports was on 960 this morning and was pretty emphatic that it was a big plus having Samuel L. Jackson on the sidelines.

  4. Go Dawgs!

    To borrow a line from the comments thread on Everyday Should Be Saturday (edited for content): “I’VE HAD IT!!! I’M TIRED OF THESE MUTHA(bleep)ING BEES BETWEEN THESE MUTHA(bleep)ING HEDGES!!!”

  5. Scorpio Jones, III

    That’s really not Sam Jackson, its the new guy we hired to come in and install the spread offense for the bowl game.

    • hayduke

      HAAAhaha! So now, can stop running play-action out of the I-formation, when no one even remotely respects our running game?

  6. gernblanski

    One question … didn’t Iowa get in trouble with the NCAA earlier this year because of Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore meeting with basketball recruits?
    How did UGA ensure that Samuel L. Jackson participating in the Dawg Walk not a violation? Not asking to stir up trouble but just for my own curious mind.

    • Russ

      Iowa self-reported, and the NCAA (miraculously) said there was no infraction.

      • gernblanski

        Thanks. So in this case – if we alerted the NCAA to the fact that Samuel L. was participating and coming into contact with recruits – we should not have to worry about it down the road.

  7. Bill Haverchuck

    Which jersey’s yours?
    It’s the one that says Bad Motherf*#@er.