“And Georgia fans, don’t be turds. Enjoy this. Soak it up. It’s awesome. If you don’t win this year, it’s still not a failure. It’s a heck of a run. Back-to-back in the Playoff era hasn’t been done. So, to ask for a third I feel like it’s gluttonous. I feel like it’s not OK. But we’ll be in the mix.”-- David Pollack, On3.com, 5/9/23
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I don’t know who those other guy are but wow, Cliff Matthews!!!
I can’t believe i’m second.
Thanks for the post senator. I made the mistake of reading an AJC blog earlier today.
Please go get a shot for this and don’t let it spread to this blog. Either that, or the Senator will need an “ignore feature” to keep his reputation up. Sorry, that just isn’t even humor for 10 year olds.
On the plus side, I look forward to having Mr. Steele’s magazine in a couple of weeks. The cover is very acceptable, but the best part is having enough meat to chew on until we approach camp. Steele is the undisputed king of CFB mags but the Senator is right, that many facts in that tiny type font makes my head hurt.
I completely agree with you about the first and second $h!te. I was attempting to make fun of the AJC blogs. They make me vomit. Sorry, I struck a nerve. Luckily, I’m up to date on my vaccinations.
Um, go dawgs…Woof
It’s AJ, the 29th best receiver in the country (per College Fantasy Football Insider).
That is unbelievable. I guess any morons can run a website. I should start one myself because evidently I’m overqualified.
Being that the magazine is a fantasy magazine, I’m guessing that the ranking has more to do with what they are projecting his stats to be than how good he actually is. I’m sure they are factoring in the new QB into the equation, if you ever play fantasy football, it’s about more than picking the best player, it’s about picking the one who is in the best position to put up big stats. I wouldn’t take that ranking as a slight to AJ.
I just don’t think his stats will dop that much. He missed some games last year and still had good numbers.
Two players rated above him are incoming freshmen.
There’s no way in the wide world of sports you could project them to be more productive, unless I’m really missing something here.
BTW, Julio Jones is rated 59, I believe.
3 players that won’t be playing in the SECCG come December
Are they missing you over at the Tech blog?