Wednesday morning buffet

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18 responses to “Wednesday morning buffet

  1. JN

    “Only Georgia was better. And they led the nation with 17.8 yards per completion, best in the nation.”

    Kind of reminds me of why you can tell it’s an aspen tree… (1:05)

  2. JasonC

    Wonder if they got a shot of Weiss’ cleavage

  3. Macallanlover

    Would have to put both Alabama and A&M’s stadiums ahead of Neyland. I have never understood the fascination with Neyland, other than the river access perhaps. It is still a dump and a terrible stadium for both comfort and sight lines. Embarrassingly, they do food and bathrooms better than Sanford, but who doesn’t?

    • Normaltown Mike

      Ugh, do the students still piss in the trashcans, sinks, against the walls, etc. in the bathrooms directly adjacent to the student sections? Can’t recall if it was lower or upper deck that was so horrendous.

      I stopped going to those (while still a student) after fording a river of beam and coke that had been passed.

      • AthensHomerDawg

        Lol. I had a similar experience. We always referred to the place as Peeland Stadium.

  4. AusDawg85

    Wait, wait, wait….EA just CAN’T have those players in the video game. They are unpaid amateurs. And besides, doesn’t a person own their rights to their image and must be compensated for its use?

    Question…if Aaron Murray signs and sells a copy of NCAA 2014 to a fan, how long is his suspension?

  5. W Cobb Dawg

    The DeMars story adds to the ticking time bomb that is ‘amateur’ college football. Too much money involved and too much asked of the players for the status quo to continue much longer. I don’t believe there’s much about Orgeron in the story that wouldn’t be considered typical, though.

  6. Cojones

    In other news, Matthew Thomas, FSU wannabe escapee, has returned to their fold. His father said that he cwanted him to go to USC. So much for UGA being used in Kiffen’s folderol with FSU. Better bet he was in touch with Matthew’s father and started the whole thing, but had him throw UGA’s name in as the “close to home” team to please his mother and throw everyone off the trail.

  7. stoopnagle

    So, we’re going to A&M in ’14?

  8. Scott

    Regarding the Ed Orgeron story, Ray Goff was the same way. I witnessed it myself many times.