Tuesday morning buffet

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21 responses to “Tuesday morning buffet

  1. Doug

    “Did UGA recruit too good at RB”?!?

    Good lord, copy editors. Step your game up.

  2. JG Shellnutt

    Yes, they make a very good point. The AJC is my go to source for real news. I’m extremely worried now that we may have recruited too well (or good). The last thing we need right now is well-recruited players, particularly at running back.

  3. TennesseeDawg

    The gooder we recruit at RB the better, in my opinion.

  4. “Did UGA recruit too well at RB?”
    I guess NIck Chubb and Sony Michel weren’t paying much attention to Marshall and Gurley?

  5. EMM

    Though after some of off the field issues at RB in the past few years, recruiting good at RB maybe just what needs to happen.

  6. I guess McClendon is “too well” at what he does. I can see the headline sometime next February…”UGA RB coach fails to sign state’s top player; not good enough to be nation’s top recruiter no more”.

  7. fatman48

    TennesseeDawg its not “gooder” it’s “more better”

  8. Scorpio Jones, III

    What we seem to be talking about here, with re-jiggering of the NCAA, is that the conferences which have lucrative TV deals want more say in their so.

    The NCAA can’t even begin to deliver the services it is supposed to deliver now. How can it possibly deliver the services to the conferences it would have to continue to service plus meet the needs of a new super group, which expects more?

    Ultimately it seems to me the question quickly becomes: “What can the NCAA actually do to help the SEC produce a more viable product?”

    Getting out of the way would seem to me to be the logical answer.

  9. Macallanlover

    Let’s just do away with CFB and spare everyone the gory violence. How did we ever love a game as hideous as this, or force players to participate. We could put the students who want to play the “new, modified ” game in Sanford Stadium on Saturdays in Red and Black rodeo clown barrels stuffed with styro foam peanuts packing material and let them bounce off of each other. Students who want to participate will not require a scholarship so the unionization idea goes away, along with any future liability costs from injury. Add to that the substantial savings on coaching contracts, recruiting, and clean up costs from tailgaters. Marvelous, everyone wins in Happyville.

    So wussification, promotion of opportunities for ambulance chasers, and expansion of coddling the “oppressed” strikes another blow to the America I loved and respected. Notice how these reforms are always couched in the blankets of ideals, player safety, that no one can oppose…..unless, of course, you are a big bad racist—which you surely are if you don’t buy into any idealistic “utopia proposal” made by those who know what is good for you. Let’s all bow to our new masters….and put down that salt shaker, don’t eat that red meat, or drink that caffeinated soft drink, and for God’s sake, throw that cigar away. Larry may have passed on at a good time. We have seen the enemy, and it is us.

    • Cojones

      I know you want us to at least “Smok’em if you got’em”, eh? It’s the only thing I’ll have left besides tequila.

      Think I’ll just amble into my favorite bar today, walking without assistance. The physical therapist says after the stroll we took on my lawn (using a staff parttime, and otherwise with no assistance) that she was satisfied that I can star in “Walking Hard, The Dewey Cox Story, Part ll”.

      • Cosmic Dawg

        Cojones, you always lighten the mood around here. One of these days before we both get too old I hope to carry you across the threshold for a beer, buddy. ;)

      • Macallanlover

        You bet my friend, the Health Nazis will eventually shut down free choice so enjoy what you like in private before they kick your doors down. I am not a hard drug proponent, but outside of that I believe individuals should determine what they, and their family consume….especially in a private environment. So yeah Old Codger, smoke ‘em.