It’s all over but the shouting.

Personally speaking, I think Spencer ought to retire the Fulmer Cup (or at least rename it in Chizik’s honor) after this go ’round.  Nobody’s gonna touch that score… I hope.

… Barring Georgia’s entire team going out and getting one count of disorderly conduct each from the pesky hand of the Athens PD, this is over. (And Georgia’s saving all their disorderly conduct for their defensive downs against Boise on Saturday night! Wocka Grantham wocka!)

I bet McGarity stays up late tonight.

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11 responses to “It’s all over but the shouting.

  1. AusDawg85

    First…whew! But let me understand, it was CMR’s fault when we had scoreboard on the Fulmer Cup rankings, but McGarity will get the credit for our off-season of “chill” content?

  2. 69Dawg

    You’ve got to hand it to Auburn they just busted it wide open. Not even a mass murder could get close to them. See UT if you had cops in Knoxville that did their jobs you could have blown it out last year like Auburn but noooo the Knoxville PD was too much in the UT pocket to do that.

  3. Go Dawgs!

    I love EDSBS, but it always amuses me when a Gator keeps picking at Georgia for arrest problems from years past.

    • Hogbody Spradlin

      I read that as a dig against the police dept. Could be off, but that guy’s never been much of a Georgia slammer. High on glue maybe.

      • D.N. Nation

        Agreed. Spencer’s always talked ill of Jimmy Williamson’s ship of fools.

        • Dawgfan Will

          Yep. About the most irritating UGA meme he runs with on occasion is the ol’ ARP ARP ARP.

          And of course, our win against UF in 2007 was responsible for his funniest post of all time. I still LOL and shiver at “Wilfred Brimley bukkake party.”

  4. Normaltown Mike

    Did Tech get any points for Crittendon’s vigilantism?

    What a coward.

  5. Ubiquitous GA Alum

    All in … debt to bail bondsmen

  6. By Georgia We Did It

    Nice reference to the book Senator. Hat tip.