With Cam Newton and LaMichael James making the short list for this year’s Heisman Trophy, perhaps it’s time to reexamine the issue of how a player emerging from an alley is a sign of a program that’s out of control.
Filed under Crime and Punishment, Georgia Football
Excellent point. To all those would be doom and gloomers… show me a Georgia player that has been inappropriately punished given whatever acts they’ve committed. Last time I checked, we even booted players for major violations. Kind of hard to really make a case, but that doesn’t stop the bandwagon from rolling down the road now doesn’t it?
Did anyone ever think that a liar, a cheater and a criminal dont get caught every single time they do it?
Assuming it’s an athlete in Athens, GA, he will get caught EVERY time.
Out of control and losing is a lot harder to take than out of control and winning.
Watch Mettenberger win a championship now.
Wel played Bluto.
Even though I am a graduate of the Grady School of Journalism obviously I just left an L out of well. Here come the internet NAZIS.
Mark my words! Richt will be taken down by players not paying their speeding tickets!
Well, that, and losing to Florida.
GACK. OK. Sorry. I’ll start paying attention.
“We have met the enemy, and he is us.”
Lower your standards and morals, be willing to cheat, harbor cheaters, and become adept at looking the other way is a sure path to success. Fire Mark Richt?
Do you think we could get Lane Kiffen away from USC?
Or Gene Chizik away from Auburn?
Want a good team? Hire Pat Dye.
Patty knows how to buy those players.
CMR brought that “thug” mentality from FSU to Athens and the team is out of control. Ever since he told the team to rush the field against UF the team has been out of control.
We know it’s you, Penn.
“He had some good pointers,” Smart said about Saban’s advice on dealing with the quarterback battle. “But I’ll keep that between he and I. I’m always looking for good advice especially dealing with the quarterback situation.” — Dawgs247, 5/16/18
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