#DawgNation In case you're wondering what we do this time of year, here's a little taste of our offseason program. youtu.be/o8Kfe4qZmoA— Mark Richt (@MarkRicht) February 21, 2013
I just want to see how the kid with the major league Afro at the :51 mark gets his helmet on.
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I absolutely love the fact that @WeRunThisState is our Official Twitter handle. Munch on that, Tech.
Agree. That is awesome. Love it!
They need to make Grantham run through a day of those for his flirtation with the Saints.
CTG is looking a little skinnier right now
I would probably lose 30 pounds (or die) after a week of those. Jeez.
I’ve been working out for over 20 years. I was in the Army, and competed in the Toughest Cop competition at the Georgia Police games last year. And I would rather get kicked in the balls than do those mat drills for more than 5 minutes.
Back in my day we did it outside at 5am in the cold and sleet . . . sincerely old geezer dawg :)
Anybody seen Penn State’s winter conditioning video? They DO train outside at 5 AM, in frigid weather, and that psychotic strength coach of theirs wears only shorts and a T shirt.
Never thought I would say this but I am actually cheering for Penn State because of that mentality and the fact that Coach McWhorter is there. Coach O’Brien has done one HECK of a job so far.
Actually, I’m still in sort of a “fuck Penn State” mode, but after being stationed at Fort Lewis, WA, and doing physical training in early morning cold weather, I do admire their masochism.
If you pause it at 1:54 you can see CMR’s office. It is slightly cantilevered over the playing field and has a two way mirror so CMR can watch the goings-on below. Very Sabanesque quite frankly.
Joe T must be getting pointers from the Marines or the Seals. If you follow any of those guys on Twitter there has been plenty of puking going on.
Who is the kid with the mammoth fro?
When did Scatman Crothers (~2;40) start coaching at Georgia?
When McMurphy got him in hot water with Nurse Ratched.
Before Brother Orgel was a college DC he was a HS coach. He took us to Kolomoki Indian mounds for our summer camps. They posted people around the perimeter to prevent kids from trying to leave for home at night. The DB’s back peddled up AND down those mounds several times a day. Puking was known as feeding the birds and there was no gator-aid. Players rung out there sweat bands for moisture to try and cool off in that mosquito pit near Blakely, Georgia.
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