Category Archives: Media Punditry/Foibles

Having a running game makes you smarter.

I’ll be the first to admit I’m probably reading way more into this than it deserves, but isn’t it refreshing to read a national media article that gets Mark Richt’s input on something other than player discipline/program perception?

There’s no telling what they’ll want to hear from him if Gurley goes for a buck fifty in a win in Columbia.

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Remember, pundits, the Internet is forever.

Hindsight can be a beyotch.  In retrospect, this probably wasn’t the smartest preview to write.


UPDATE:  He gets the last name wrong, but you get the point.


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Bandwagon much?

Methinks this is a wee bit premature.

But it’s fun to look at.


UPDATE:  This needs to stop.

Right now.


Filed under Georgia Football, Media Punditry/Foibles

Friday morning buffet

We’re getting closer.  Hungry yet?


Filed under Big Ten Football, Georgia Football, Georgia Tech Football, Media Punditry/Foibles, Notre Dame's Faint Echoes, Pac-12 Football, Whoa, oh, Alabama

Ed Aschoff, Todd Gurley and short memories

ESPN’s Ed Aschoff predicts Todd Gurley won’t be this year’s SEC rushing champ, which is okay, but not for the reason you might think:

Georgia’s Todd Gurley has yet to make it through an entire season healthy…

Did I miss something?  Was it another Todd Gurley who finished second in the conference in rushing attempts in 2012? How unhealthy can you be and do that?

Those 222 attempts were nineteen more than Davis had last season, by the way.


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“If Clemson can hold Gurley in check…”

Shorter Andrea Adelson:   Never mind that Clemson opens in Athens with last season’s offensive superstars gone, because the defense that gave up 545 yards to Georgia at home last year rules!


Filed under Clemson: Auburn With A Lake, Georgia Football, Media Punditry/Foibles

Herbie ❤ Pruitt.

He’s “a big reason I like Georgia to win the SEC East”.

Anything in particular you like?

“He [Pruitt] has a way of confusing offensive linemen and quarterbacks,” Herbstreit said.

I have to admit that’s an improvement over having a way of confusing your own defensive backs.


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