Thursday morning buffet

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12 responses to “Thursday morning buffet

  1. watcher16

    Speaking of the Hall of Fame, when is it set to open here in Atlanta?

  2. Dog in Fla

    Sure it takes some time for Joe, the Pedro of Athletic Directors, to get over losing a vote. That means Florida fans undertaking the hazardous duty of going to Tiger Stadium are going to have to be equipped with, at the minimum, Orion Resolux 15×70 Waterproof Astronomy Binoculars.

  3. Normaltown Mike

    Goldberg’s other great recruiting story is when one of our coaches came to visit him (Cavan maybe?) and Bill wanted to impress the coach by eating the biggest steak on the menu at a local Tulsa eatery. He ate the entire thing, which was impressive, though not good timing. He had a game that night and on the first play from scrimmage he ran down the QB, sacked him, vomited much of his steak and then spent the rest of the night on the bench nursing an upset stomach.

    Classic Goldberg.

  4. allen0731

    “I would imagine a lot of fans would get excited about those traditional Georgia-Notre Dame helmets matching up against each other at some point” Feldman said.
    Your not in Montana anymore…

  5. Dog in Fla

    Brian Kelly: “We want to get an SEC team on our schedule”

    Alabama should give him a call

    • Mayor

      The only reason why Brian Kelly wants to play Georgia rather than Bama, LSU, Auburn or South Carolina is he thinks his team can beat the Dawgs. It ain’t a compliment.

      • Dog in Fla

        Head Gasket “thinks his team can beat the Dawgs.”

        You may never have written any truer* words.

        *Subject of course to the standard disclaimer: “[W]hen it comes to lunacy, give me a true sociopath: a politician.” (h/t Raab on Christie)

      • Macallanlover

        Crazy, they never have, nor has he. The best team he ever had got humiliated by a team UGA played to a virtual draw in the prior game. Why would he think that? If he does he is laughable. Can they beat UGA? Of course, anyone can on a given day but day in and day out, ND loses to UGA.

  6. Slaw Dawg

    Re: Wild Bill, I think it’s just as notable that he received the WT while “standing on top of a bar.” I can only hope he was also clutching a comely wench. Probably a good thing he and Jake Scott weren’t on campus at the same time.

    And me, I’m all up for a UGA-ND thing–while I don’t see the logic intellectually, I viscerally agree that there seems to be something natural about such a series. And so many other teams invade our state for talent that they’re at least as likely to take someone away from Bama, UT, Clemson or FSU as they are from us–maybe more likely, since guys who wanna stay home are usually gonna stay home, and those who are gonna leave will leave but who knows where?

  7. Can confirm Goldberg was a Wild Turkey guy.

  8. Dog in Fla

    “Arkansas is number 96 in the Orlando Sentinel’s CFB rankings.”

    So what’s Jen listening to today?

    http://shelby.tv/video/youtube/qWpNRQtuD1s/texas-tornados-96-tears-gruene-hall-1992

  9. Carnak the Magnificent

    Q: What are the 2 most dangerous things in combination on planet Earth? A: Bill Goldberg and a bottle of Wild Turkey.