Jeremy Pruitt (!) brings the Dawg porn

I mean, this is like mainlining it:

First, McKenzie, the 5-foot-7 receiver-returner from south Florida. During Tuesday’s practice McKenzie caused a stir with a move he made: He caught a pass in the flat, then made a couple guy’s miss, according to quarterback Hutson Mason.

“It was real nice. It was smooth,” Mason said.

The reaction by defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt made Mason chuckle.

“Coach Pruitt goes: ‘Oh my God!'” Mason said, imitating the coach. “With that redneck twang: ‘Oh my God!’ It was pretty funny. But yeah, (McKenzie) is one of those guys you just throw him the ball and kind of let him do his own thing.”

I’m not sure I’m gonna be able to take much more of this.

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  1. Normaltown Mike

    you better keep the office door locked…

  2. 69Dawg

    Damn another cold shower.

  3. OMG! Now he’s screaming at the wide receivers too????? Richt better step up and put a stop to this before he runs off kids on the other side of the ball.

  4. IAmAGurleyMan

    “If you’re a freshman named Isaiah, then your Georgia football career is off to a good start.”

    Let’s hope that these guys have better careers and futures than the last freshman named Isaiah whose Georgia football career had a good start.

  5. CannonDawg

    Senator, if UGA ends up in the NC game and several of us end up in the ICU, let’s agree beforehand on what sort of airline whiskey bottles we’ll bring. :)

  6. Keese

    Dawg porn and the human joystick it feels so wrong

  7. stuckinred

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    • Dog in Fla

      STAMFORD, Conn. and BRISTOL Conn. – August 6, 2014.

      ESPN and Charter Comms joint statement:

      “You may ask, What is our policy? ESPN SEC Network will say; ‘It is to wage war, by sea, land and air, with all our might and with all the strength that God can give us: to wage war against a monstrous tyranny, never surpassed in the dark lamentable catalogue of human crime, to wit: making Paul Finebaum, Tammy, Timmy and Phyllis from Mulga nationwide. That is our policy.’ You may ask, What is our aim? ESPN SEC Network can answer with one word: Bad. Also Ratings—ratings at all costs, ratings in spite of all terror, ratings however long and hard the shows may be; for without ratings there is no survival. Irredentism now. Irrendentism tommorrow. Irrendentism forever.”

      • Cojones

        So, ESPN is going to be in the Ukraine? or Crimea?

        I can see it now:
        “We here at CNN wish to interrupt for breaking news: The Russians, the Ukrainians and the Malasian Airplane Investigation Team (the one on land) have announced a truce at 3:00AM in order that they all may repair to taverns that have satellite tv to watch the upcoming Georgia/South Carolina game featured as the SEC Channel’s game of the week. Never before in the history of World Wide Imperial Sports have there been wars halted to bring the restful peace of CFB to that part of the world. ESPN is sponsoring the truce.
        We will now return you to our regular programing of the UGA/SC game here at CNN, followed immediately thereafter by our coverage of the resumed war in the Ukraine.”

        “Breaking News again: An HD model TV was airlifted to the Ebola Infection Zone and spliced into the camp generator in order to televise the SEC Channel’s Game….”

        “More breaking News: A 3 hr and 23mins truce has been called between Israel and Gaza”s Hamas in order to bring the SEC Channel’s SEC Game (thru ESPN’s Altruism United sponsored by Dubai) to this region. Emergency generators are relegated by the UN to power large screen TVs parachuted into Gaza by the Relief Fund (sponsored by ESPN’s SEC For Peace mission in the UN) while the Israeli spokesperson stated”We have our own sets and are self-sufficient in reception of the SEC Channel owned by ESPN. We got a bargain.” Various reports of signal blocking have already been rumored before Gametime, but not substantiated by UN referees flown in specifically for this truce.

  8. Gravidy

    Based on what I’ve read in that article and others recently, I’m even more impressed with Wynn than McKenzie. It seems like a young skill player makes a lot of waves in camp every year, only to mostly disappear when the real games start. The same fate may await Wynn, but the prospect of a freshman being good enough to play on the offensive line is really a nice thought, huh? IF he earns significant playing time as a freshman, it seems as though it will be because of his talent and effort, and not because of desperate need. When was the last time a true freshman offensive lineman earned playing time that way at UGA?

    • Dog in Fla

      The 2007 shakedown cruise of the U.S.S. Trinton Sturdivant (BB 77)?

      • Gravidy

        Sturdivant’s name was the one I had on my mind, but I couldn’t remember whether he took the job from an upperclassman, or if he pretty much got the job out of need.

        • Will (the other one)

          Before him, what, go all the way back to big Max-Jean Gilles? He of the special-order helmet?

      • Hogbody Spradlin

        Fla.: nice turn of phrase.

    • IDK, if it’s by talent and not need. Maybe Boling? But then, IIRC, we were in bad need, as we usually are.

      I’m just happy to have a freshman OL who can PLAY. Those are the kind of guys we’ve been needing, yet haven’t seen much of.

      After watching those 3 snaps of his from yesterday, IDK how we can keep Wynn off the field. IDK when, but at some point this year, he will play.
      ~~~

    • sUGArdaddy

      Um…Theus started nearly every game for the 12-2 Dawgs in 2012.

      • Gravidy

        Um…I know that. But I think that was more out of necessity than because he took the job from an upperclassman who was at least serviceable. Am I wrong about that?

        Maybe my point wasn’t clear. I’m not saying Theus wasn’t a talented freshman. He was. But my excitement at the thought of Wynn playing is as much about the notion that UGA doesn’t need him to play as it is about the possibility that he may be good enough to play. I think they have five linemen who could do a serviceable job without him. I’m not sure that was the case in 2012.

        • Gravidy

          Or maybe I should say that they have at least two guards that could do a serviceable job without him.

    • Was Theus a desperation move? Gates and Beard were available at tackle. I thought he earned his position fair and square.

      • I think so. But neither Gates nor Beard were Tackles. So we just didn’t have any.

        Gates recently signed a free-agent contract with the Bucs (hope he makes it). But to get an idea of what I mean, and why our OL has been substandard, here’s one recent NFL analysis of Gates (and I must say it looks dead-on to me).

        “Kenarious Gates is a prospect who evaluators will have trouble finding any positives at this point in his development. Aside from his size, which can act as a hindrance to fundamental play when the prospect cannot bend well or get his pads down, Gates is not above average in any measure of athletic attributes we typically look for. Gates has inconsistent feet and flashes rarely in the run game. He is a liability in the pass game and is too stiff to set or even redirect properly when faced with outside threats. His lateral agility is below average and his balance is among the worst functionally of all 2014 offensive line prospects eligible for the NFL draft studied thus far. Gates has a sputtering motor, lacks quickness and generates nowhere near the power in any aspect that one expects out of a prospect of his physical makeup. NFL teams will not worry about whether Gates will come in ready to start in 2014 or even provide proven depth. Their primary concern will be whether this prospect is even draftable.

        So that is the scoop on our best OL last year, and should tell us something about where our OL has been. Many of us wondered about Theus, seeing he couldn’t beat out Gates, and we hope he is a better player this year. Anyway, those of us who worry about the OL have good reason, though I do feel better about our chances this year than most years.

        We’ve been talking about how our OL eval and recruiting has to be picked up in a big way, and how there are a few signs that it has. The showing out of Isiah Wynn is another sign. Another good sign.
        ~~~

        • AthensHomerDawg

          Bucs drafted him as a guard. If as you say he isn’t a tackle that will be of some help to him. If a guard playing out of position displaces a 5 star tackle that doesn’t bode well.

      • Gravidy

        I agree with Ivey on this one. Since Theus is a tackle, I think they did need him to play in 2012. For me to think otherwise, I would have to think UGA had two good serviceable tackles ahead of him. And in my decidedly non-expert opinion, Gates and Beard don’t fit that definition. On the other hand, I think they could probably cobble together two serviceable guards ahead of Wynn.

  9. Derek

    The description reminded me of this play from 25 years ago @ 38 seconds in: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hTcL2Lg0RcU

    4.3 guys are great but I’ll take a guy that can run 4.4 in every direction at the same time while carrying a football first.

  10. And tickets just came in the mail!!!!

    • Just Chuck (The Other One)

      And the mail guy brought them to the door because he knew what they were. No doubt he’s a Dawg.

      • One year I got two packages. They sent me someone else’s tickets including the GA-FLA game. I looked them up on the UGA directory and said “I think you may want to get over here”. They did.

  11. HVL Dawg

    I’m pretty disappointed in Seth’s apostrophe error in that piece.

  12. mwo

    Hi! My name is Mike and I’m a dawg porn addict.

    • Lrgk9

      Welcome Mike. You’re in the right place. But watch out for Bluto as his recovery is shakey and his favorite Step is the 13th.

  13. Will (the other one)

    So if it turns out we have our own Tavon Austin, can someone send some clips of his WV highlights (especially when when single-highhandedly wrecked OU’s D) to Bobo?

  14. Athens Townie

    A little bit of cold water in Richt’s comments on punt returners from earlier today (from Gentry Estes report on 247):

    “I’m going to base the decision on who that guy is on how well he fields the ball and how well he protects the ball,” Richt said. “If you don’t field the ball and don’t protect it, it doesn’t matter how good you can run. And that punt return is so much different in college than in high school.”

  15. Russ

    Yeah but did Pruitt yell at him? Because I heard from on astute commenter that Pruitt likes to yell.

  16. IM3

    Is McKenzie on any Heisman list you guys know about? I havn’t been able to spot him on one yet.

  17. IM3

    Doug Flutie was asked about the move Isaiah made and if he’d be on his Heisman short list as a result of making a move in Summer practice?

    “Isaiah who? He plays for who? Sorry, never heard of him.”

  18. IM3

    It might be news because someone at Georgia caught a pass—when they were supposed to—Hello Conley, yes, we remember…

    Or it made big news because none of the other players make defensive guys miss….

    Did him making a move, IN PRACTICE, deserve an entire blog article written about him? Can we at least wait until a scrimmage…

  19. IM3

    -48 for not adding to the discussion Athens Homer Dawg

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  20. Cojones

    I imagine that Pruitt said “Oh my God!” because two of his LBs (or secondaries) missed.

  21. Dawg19

    I see that Thomas Brown changed his name again.

    • Macallanlover

      Could be a new loser, they are plentiful this time of year. Also, it didn’t take this loser 15 consecutive posts to prove how stupid he is.

  22. JonDawg

    Notice IM3 has the same writing tendencies as shooter, jack, etc. that have been trolling the last few days. His precise usage of uppercase is a dead give-away to his sockpuppetry.

  23. JonDawg

    Which, like Dawg19, I believe they all lead back to Thomas Brown. He has been posting garbage in great length on his “blog”, most of which is a more painful read than the ticker on c-span. The worst/greatest part of all, is he “likes” his own posts, and he is the absolutely only one. Me and several others have called him out on it, to much delight. I don’t even go back to see if the idiot responds to me, because I refuse to give him any extra clicks. He has been consumed by his loneliness, and he is screaming out for help. His hijacking has seen him banned from even the lowliest of hangouts, such as the ajc georgia blogs. How sweet is it, a troll’s last unbanned/dying breath?

  24. JonDawg

    “Which I, like Dawg19,” that should read.

  25. Cojones

    Is this “Checkup Day” for Blutarsky? You already know this recovery play ain’t for wussies. Hope everything is progressing. Want to give us a hint?

    (Tossing treats to starving Dawgs, The Senator hesitates momentarily before pushing the button on the ESPN report on Chubb upending Hall. There Chubb goes, heading for playing time alongside Gurly. The sound of the Red Clay Hound reverberates in tone-deaf Dawg ears as they pounce on each morsel. Chubb’s leg power begins its journey to UGA stardom by catching a player off-balance in practice and so starts the legend.)

    Bar scene: Bartender talks to patron at opposite end of bar, then comes to the guy sitting next to me at the other end of the bar saying,”The guy down there wants to see the photo of your hot girlfriend that I was just telling him about. Do you have the topless photo that you showed me before?”. He takes out his pocket computer, searches the photo section and turns it to me to see.before passing it down. The miniature bottom of a two-piece bathing suit is shown stretched between the little finger and thumb of an open palm.