Sunday morning buffet

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21 responses to “Sunday morning buffet

  1. Bama has a special teams consultant, so they don’t need a dedicated coach.

  2. adam

    “A bulldog blogger” indeed, Senator.

  3. Steve M.

    “John Lilly says Georgia doesn’t need a dedicated special teams coach. (Interestingly, no team in the SEC has one.)”

    Well, that’s not true at all.
    What else do you think John L. Smith will be doing?

    • The Lone Stranger

      Warming up his, and everyone else’s, bladder among other pressing matters. Piss doesn’t just heat up on its own.

  4. JasonC

    I’m pretty sure AL.com wrote that crap because they didn’t have to get talked down to by Saban for a quote on that one.

  5. ScooBoo

    Those Missouri stats make it look like we will be seeing a thousand little dinky-dunk passes, a la Boise St. I hope CTG learned how to defend against that gameplan.

    • Cosmic Dawg

      That is exactly what I was thinking. And a quarterback who went 18-22 (even in a scrimmage, though it sounded like it was vs their #1 D) and is basically claiming the gift of ESP in reading defenses is troubling..

      With half their starting OL injured, and against our monster line, what else would make sense but a buncha Boise State type dinky-dunks?

      Thinking about re-living that Boise State game – plus our tendency to lose bellweather / historic games of our opponents – is making my stomach hurt.

      • Cosmic Dawg

        ps – Dinky dunks is my new favorite phrase, thanks. I’m either going to come up with a retro kids toy for the Sears catalog or write Dunkin’ Donuts and ax them to change the name of munchkins to dinky dunks.

        • ScooBoo

          Cool. Let me in on that action when you get it figured out. :)

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    • Rhino

      Tell Alec Ogletree not to break his foot?

  6. The Lone Stranger

    The Hokies have been around the bend since 2010 with all this oddball uniform business — from white hats to 700 uniform varieties to color-coding shoes — but chicken feet goes beyond the pale. Those are truly the daftest helmets I’ve ever seen.

    • AthensHomerDawg

      Doing the Hokie Pokie.
      “Gobblers” moniker refers to when the university was a military college known as the Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College (VAMC). As future military officers and gentlemen, cadets were not allowed to look at their
      plates as they ate. To do so was termed “gobbling” your food and was a cause for punishment. Athletes were given increased portions of food and in consideration of the limited meal time, were allowed to “gobble” their meals. Because of this, the sports teams for VAMC became known as “The Gobblers”
      Wiki

      • SlobberKnocker

        I don’t care if there is some remote/random tradition or not, turkey feet on your helmet is just plain awful.

        • The Lone Stranger

          But I did check on the stats a little while ago and the Gobblers have won double-digit games for the past 8 seasons; so within their fishbowl they are something special.

        • Mayor of Dawgtown

          I never really cared for Tiger paws on the sides of helmets either.

      • The Lone Stranger

        That is funny stuff right there, and another apt argument for the college game’s superiority over that of the NFL.

  7. LRGK9

    As long as Mark May picks Mizzou like he did Hawaii – will feel pretty good.

  8. Hackerdog

    So, Sentell’s saying that we need a “second coming” of Tebow?