“Finally can wear this”

Think you won’t hear a roar in Sanford Stadium the first time this jersey makes its way into a game?

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14 responses to ““Finally can wear this”

  1. Scorpio Jones,III

    May 75 get a chance to knock Jadevon into the cheap seats. For all us dweebs who think tough means dealing with an arthritic knee.

  2. Kid needs to be named a captain for the south carolina game.

  3. watcher16

    Would love to see him named a starter for the SCar game, if only for the first series

  4. PTC DAWG

    I am proud of this kid and the way UGA handled his situation. GATA!

  5. I Wanna Red Cup

    That makes me cry

  6. Debby Balcer

    I bet you won’t be able to hear the person next to you because of the roar of the crowd. I can’t wait to welcome him to the field.

  7. Fluff

    Awesome for Kolton, gonna need him early and often this year.

    That said, does anyone like the new numbers on the jerseys? I personally can’t stand them and prefer the old numbers, but that’s just me. These look too much like what the bball team wears (which may be the point, I dunno).

    Either way, GO DAWGS!

    • Skeptic Dawg

      Yes, the numbers are supposed to look like the hoops team (both men’s and women’s), as well as baseball, soccer, volleyball etc. Some brainchild from Nike has decided that the Georgia brand will grow if every team has the same numerals, font amd script on their uni’s. Having seen them upfront and on the players, they look awful. The players said they like the way the new jerseys wear, but not the numbers. Yet another failed attempt by Nike.

  8. Change the font. It is tacky. I especially can’t stand the way it looks on the field and on TV. We are running out of things to be concerned about. Come on August 31st. We are ready. Let’s do this!

  9. Boz

    Please complain in a different thread… let this one be about Kolton and what he has overcome.

    • Skeptic Dawg

      Kolton has only overcome a situation that he and/or his family placed him in. It is your job as a patient and parent of a patient to know what a doctor is providing prior to injection. D1 athletle be damned, I always and will forever ensure that I know what my kids are being prescribed. There is simply too much information available (package inserts, webMD, rxlist.com, FDA.gov etc.). So while I applaud Houston for his perseverance, I also recognize that he nor his family are without blame in the matter.

    • Fluff

      Or I could comment about what, where, and when I choose you prick.

      You do realize the irony of you complaining about my supposed complaining, don’t you? And keep in mind I asked a question to the group and offered my own opinion…hardly complaining.

      God forbid I bring up something that you don’t want to talk about. Don’t get uppity with me, boy.

      • Daniel G Turner

        I don’t like the font and thought the same thing when I saw the photo. Awesome to have Kolton back. Really didn’t think he would ever get to play. Go Dawgs!

  10. Keese

    Lets cheer for Harvey Clemons his first game back! Both are dgd for preservering through suspensions