A few Georgia-related samples for you to snack on this morning:
- Cory McCartney’s piece about Georgia at SI.com doesn’t really break any new ground, but Mark Richt’s quote there about media expectations is much more nuanced than his previous statement, for what it’s worth.
- If this really is an accurate description of the Tech football program’s current state of mind – “… the Yellow Jackets genuinely and sincerely believe they can make a run at a national championship next season. Sure, it’s the focus of any college football team at this point in the year, but Georgia Tech has been talking about setting its sights on Pasadena in the moments after their New Year’s Eve bowl loss, and the team really seems to believe it…” – I would love it if there were something truly big to take away from the Jackets on November 28th.
- Paul Finebaum notes that Auburn’s two previous head coaches won in their first tries in Athens. He doesn’t believe that streak will continue this season.
- Sure, you’ll probably feel a little churlish for it, but don’t tell me this article about Dwayne Allen’s rocky road at Clemmins doesn’t bring at least a teeny smile to your face when you read it. (h/t Dawg Sports)