Daily Archives: May 25, 2008

“Mr. Graham was intoxicated and celebrating being eligible to play college football again.”

Lt. Bender: GIVE THE BAG TO BOZO, DROP THE GUN, AND PUT YOUR HANDS IN THE AIR.
Earl Mott: Who said that?
Lt. Walters: This could very well be the stupidest person on the face of the earth.

The torch has been passed, I’m afraid.

(h/t The Wizard of Odds)

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Georgia’s ten most memorable plays of 2007, #9

January 1, 2008, Georgia vs. Hawaii (Sugar Bowl)

Hawaii at 9:48 HAW GA
1st and 10 at HAW 4 Colt Brennan pass complete to Kealoha Pilares for 3 yards to the Hawa 7. 3 24
2nd and 7 at HAW 7 Colt Brennan pass incomplete to Davone Bess.
3rd and 7 at HAW 7 Colt Brennan pass complete to C.J. Hawthorne for 7 yards to the Hawa 14 for a 1ST down.
1st and 10 at HAW 14 Colt Brennan pass incomplete to Ryan Grice-Mullen.
2nd and 10 at HAW 14 Colt Brennan pass incomplete to Jason Rivers.
3rd and 10 at HAW 14 Marcus Howard recovery of fumble in end zone for a TOUCHDOWN. 3 30

Sure, it was the cherry on top of the sundae, as Georgia was cruising to an easy win over an outmanned Hawai’i squad, but Marcus Howard’s sack and fumble recovery for a TD was the exclamation point to the finest game of his collegiate career.

The speed and Howard’s ferocity in getting to Colt Brennan – again! – illustrate what a worthy contributor Marcus became to the legacy of pass rushing prowess of Georgia defensive ends in the Richt era. Stiffs don’t wind up leading the SEC in total sacks.

Here’s the play, along with some rather incoherent commentary, for your viewing pleasure:

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