Randy Sanders, ladies and gentlemen… he’ll be here all week.

Kentucky’s offensive coordinator whips out the one-liners as he prepares his quarterback for his third career start this Saturday in Athens.

“The first thing (Sanders) said to me in film (study of Georgia) was ‘Max, throw it fast,'” Maxwell Smith said.

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23 responses to “Randy Sanders, ladies and gentlemen… he’ll be here all week.

  1. BeardDawg

    A nice article. I’m always a fan of gallows humor, be it our gallows or someone else’s. I guess growing up UGA leaves you no choice.

  2. James Stephenson

    I thought this was the best comment from the article, “The 3-4 alignment that Georgia uses features an array of zone blitzes and deceptive-looking coverages. It is manned by large, freakishly athletic defenders.”

  3. Keese

    The reader comments were pretty hilarious

    • Cojones

      Agreed. Laughed through entire article, but the “Throw it fast” quote was out of here. Still laughing.

  4. Danny P

    I was partial to this one:

    Bulldogs linebacker Jarvis Jones leads the SEC in sacks (10) and tackles for loss (16). Safety Bacarri Rambo leads the conference in interceptions (seven), passes defended (14) and coolest name.

  5. WH

    To me, this was pure awesome.

    Asked what the Bulldogs defense likes to do, Kentucky offensive coordinator Randy Sanders puts it succinctly: “They like to sack the quarterback and make you punt.”

    Great compliment and pretty good wit from a guy who knows he’s up against it.

  6. Spike

    Oh man, don’t blow this Dogs!!

    • NC Dawg

      I don’t think this can be blown, realistically. We could lose a lot of style points and win really ugly, like with Vandy, but this is a few steps below Vandy.

    • NC Dawg

      As we noticed in the Auburn game, somebody has induced something more into the kick-off team.

  7. stoopnagle

    Time for some payback on Sanders.

    Never forget UT in the 90’s folks.

    • Normaltown Mike

      Weren’t UT fans demanding his head from the punkin a few years back?

      How’d that work out big orange nation?

      • Zdawg

        Yes, and how close did we come to doing the exact same thing?

      • stoopnagle

        About 10 years ago, yep, and they got it, but only to have Cutcliffe show back up (so it ended up working out favorably until Duke came calling).

        Still, it’s enough for me that the 20 years previous to his final few (where we beat the Vols) were spent kicking our asses.

  8. Grafton

    emydog
    Hilarious comment from a UK fan.

    Today 10:10 AM
    does the UGA scoreboard show triple digits?  If not , then cats win 03-02  on the scoreboard and lose ( 03-102 ) on the field. maybe joker and his outstanding staff  can pose and use the pix for recruits from the east europe
    reply

  9. Russ

    I forgot Randy Sanders was at UK. I feel much more confident now.

  10. UGA Illuminati

    Maxwell better play smart.

  11. stoopnagle

    So, for all the premature crowning going on in dawgdom, a cautionary tale:

    http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/recap?gameId=313210005

    • Biggus Rickus

      Georgia would have to turn the ball over six times inside their own 20 to give up 34 points to Kentucky.

  12. Cojones

    Look no further than Iowa St over the team that pokes cows, 37-31 in overtime.
    Man, there are some messages being sent for this game!

  13. Cojones

    Randy may have a game of whup-ass up his sleeve and we better take these boys seriously. Big contingency of Georgia kids looking for any kind of motivation, but the worst kind is,”Well I’ll show you!”. Heads up!