There’s always something worth nibbling on…
- Dez Bryant has a future in politics: “I lied, which everybody knows that I lied, but I also did tell the truth…” And I’m sure signing with Eugene Parker was a mere coincidence, Dez.
- Here’s a study that indicates it’s easier to motivate favorites than it is to motivate underdogs. That sort of undercuts everything we’ve been led to believe about Georgia in the Richt era.
- I think it’s fair to say that Corch Meyers and Stan Drayton have a complicated relationship.
- If you didn’t catch Marc Weiszer’s tribute to Mark Richt’s fiftieth birthday, it’s worth a click.
- It’s a good thing Josh Nesbitt doesn’t need the practice time to work on his passing game.
- Financially speaking, the state of California is dysfunctional. UC Berkeley is even more dysfunctional. But the football stadium is about to get a $320 million upgrade – paid for with borrowed money.
- The playoff expansion quote of the day comes from University of Tennessee at Chattanooga basketball coach John Shulman: “The peewees aren’t complaining about it. The mids aren’t complaining about it. The people who are complaining are from the Big East, the SEC and the ACC. Those people who come in ninth in their league and are on the bubble and don’t get in are mad. We’re not on the bubble. We’re either in or out.”
- It’s easy to forget how young Richard Samuel is. How young? “That’s younger than two of Georgia’s incoming freshmen signees, including linebacker Demetre Baker. Samuel was born in the same year as 11 other members of the Bulldogs’ 2010 recruiting class.”