I could get used to this.

Over at MrSEC.com, John Pennington voices a sentiment that would have gotten him laughed at just a few years ago by all but the most Disneyish of Dawgs:

This past May, Gator coach Will Muschamp made some headlines by telling a Florida booster club that Georgia’s current winning streak over UF is “not going to be a long winning streak.”  At MrSEC.com, we filed that one under “What’s a coach supposed to tell his team’s fans?”  That said, Georgia’s two-game win streak over the Gators will indeed be extended by at least one more year when the Dawgs knock off their rivals in Jacksonville this fall.  Mind you, UGA hasn’t won three in a row in this series since 1987, 1988, and 1989.  Like my high school days, that was a long time ago.  But Georgia’s offense should be one of the most potent in the SEC this year.  Until Florida’s offense begins to thrive under Muschamp, I won’t be picking the reptiles to hang with the canines on the scoreboard.

Admittedly, I still find it a little weird to see that voiced so straightforwardly by somebody who’s not a rabid partisan.  Not that I’m complaining or anything…

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4 responses to “I could get used to this.

  1. Lorenzo Dawgriguez

    If it happens, the world will have returned to its correct axis and things will be as they should and used to be.

  2. Cojones

    John Pennington, ghost writer for the UGA Bulldogs. Kinda has a ring to it.

    Never figured any writer could see what we see fairly clear on here, but to declare the reality of these two teams before the season begins:- Whooee! Flashing those cojones he is.

    I’m waiting for a letter from a little 13 yr old girl asking what happened to Muschamp’s “Guarantee” to her when she was 11. I’ll bet it would sound a little like Virginia’s letter asking if there was a “Santa Claus”. If not only for that little Gator fan being awakened to the perfidy awaiting when being bamboozled publicly by the FU Head Coach and FU-sycophant writers, I hope we pour it to them this year.

  3. Go Dawgs!

    so beautiful…. no words… should have sent… a poet…