You’re creeping me out, man.

I was enjoying Jerry Hinnen’s how-can-you-dismiss-Auburn-and-praise-Arkansas-next-season post, mainly because I agree with him, when I got to this passage:

But the point is that when you’re looking for your 2010 SEC sleeper–and that you can’t have a top-25 with just three SEC teams is the principal excuse for ranking the Hogs in this exercise, I’m sure–there’s just as many reasons not to overlook Auburn, just as many to overlook a team like Arkansas. But for whatever reason, the preseason Angel of Expectational Death* appears to be in the process of passing over Auburn’s (and Georgia’s and Tennessee’s) door…

*It has the face of Skip Bayless and the voice of Pam Ward.

That image will disturb my sleep for at least a week.

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20 responses to “You’re creeping me out, man.

  1. The Realist

    How does a mind conceive such horrors?

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  2. The Evans/Richt plane just left Austin for College Station.

    DeRuyter is in College Station meeting with A&M.

    DeRuyter = UGA MNCs. Get it done, team.

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  3. Pollack says he is actively working on getting BVG to UGA.

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  4. Rum-Dawg Millionaire

    Ah, flight tracking. The thing I look forward to most about the off-season.

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  5. Pumpdawg

    The flightplan link yesterday said the plane flew back to Athens.This one says it flew to Austin yesterday.I’m not an aviator guy so somebody help me here.What gives?

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  6. Scooter

    Hey Georgia fans,

    You might find this info interesting:

    http://espn.go.com/blog/sec/post/_/id/8165/richt-zeroing-in-on-cowboys-grantham

    Thank goodness you didn’t take Smart from us.

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  7. Dawgie in NC

    Same plane is off to Denton, TX now. Could be Grantham?

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  8. Dog in Fla

    http://twitter.com/TomDienhart

    Dienhart says Tex A&M DC job down to DeRuyter and Wilcox (Boise State) who is on campus now. Apparently, our so-called plane, wherever it is, must not be taking on human cargo.

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