Why walk when you can drive?

Florida State running back Jermaine Thomas has managed to get his bad self arrested twice in one week for driving on a suspended license.  Spencer Hall thinks this should qualify Thomas for an automatic transfer to Georgia, where arrests for petty driving violations driving Mudcat’s car come with the territory.

The funny thing is, had Thomas already been on Georgia’s roster when those arrests occurred, the Red and Black would be leading the charge to run his violatin’ ass out of town on a rail.

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12 responses to “Why walk when you can drive?

  1. Castleberry

    Can we simultaneously accept a transfer and suspend him indefinitely? The Noles already have him on double secret probation.

  2. 69Dawg

    This kid will not miss a game. Only UGA has an automatic suspension for anything involving the ACCPD. FSU just doesn’t GAS.

  3. Bulldog Joe

    Those were two expensive little drives…wonder who will pay for it after Jermaine does his extra conditioning drills.

  4. Braindead Tech Fan

    More proof that FSU is “Thug U” number one and UGay is “Thug U” number two.

  5. Irishdawg

    As former Seminole offensive coordinator, this is somehow Mark Richt’s fault.

  6. Skeeter

    He has to drive because if you walk in college, the “girls be all on you.”

  7. Texas_Dawg

    Things are about to get really good again for Georgia football.

    I’ve seen a common refrain lately of “Georgia has ALWAYS had good talent under Richt”, as a way of saying not much should be expected to change from the last few years, but these people are missing a huge detail. From 2002-2008, Georgia did not once have a recruiting class finish clearly above the rest of the SEC East, according to Rivals/Scout. (2004 was the closest to doing so when Rivals/Scout put UGA and UF in a virtual tie.)

    But UGA has now twice (2009, 2011) done that in the last 3 years.

    So relative to the rest of the talent in the SEC East, Georgia has actually never seen such recruiting classes under Richt until recently.

  8. Dog in Fla

    Always a goal setter, Jermaine intends to to for a trifecta later this week.