Mostly Georgia/South Carolina related stuff, but worth a peek:
- Ah, the Bulldog Hotline. Feel the Dawgnation’s angst. Mark Richt sure is a patient man.
- The Athens Banner-Herald has all the details on the Dawgs’ travel plans this week.
- Paul Westerdawg speculates on Georgia’s options covering Jared Cook last Saturday and concludes none of them were that great. (Personally, I’m still trying to get over Moe Frickin’ Brown’s career day.)
- Gregg Doyel works his magic and pulls off a trick I didn’t think anyone could do: he makes me sympathize with Steve Spurrier. By the way, dude, when a quarterback’s career day involves leading his team to a loss in which it scores a total of seven points and he throws a game ending interception, that should clue you in to the fact that it hasn’t been much of a career.
- I didn’t like feeling sympathy for Spurrier, so I watched his post-game presser. That did the trick.
- There’s a fine line between confidence and detachment from reality, and Tony Franklin sounds like a man determined to map the border. His view of the offense after Auburn’s 3-2 blowout of Mississippi State? “It’s scary how close we are.” Roger that, Houston.