You can say one thing for Derek Dooley now – he’s got more experience celebrating a phantom win than any other head coach in the country.
And Steve Spurrier has absolutely no sympathy for how last night’s game played out.
Filed under Because Nothing Sucks Like A Big Orange
I switched over to Tosh.0 after Tennessee stormed the field with 00 on the clock. Should have known better.
Bray sure can throw it down field. DaRick makes me puke. I’m so glad he’s not in Athens.
This explains why the folks who work here at the hotel in Memphis are in a bad mood.
Karma’s a bitch De’Rek. Team stomps cop, with no action taken by coach, then has its heart ripped out in not one but two games this year. Tighten up De’Rek or get used to it.
Agree. Never cared much for the Vols and their tolerance for bad behavior under Foolmer, or Kiffin; now I add Dooley to the list after allowing those players back on the team. Must be in the water in KnoxVegas, I know DD was raised better than that.
Senator, Did the Old/Head Ball Coach get a zinger in at Dooley’s expense that I missed?
Happy 2011 to you and yours.
Sorry, my mobile device deosn’t indicate when a video is present. Now that I’m on my laptop it makes perfect sense.
That UT false start probably cost UGA a national title.
Think about that.
Or it could have been the ass-whupping the Vols put on UGA in Neyland that year.
Whatever makes you feel better.
“If a team can’t really run the ball on you then what’s the next thing they’re going to have to do? Pass,” (Adam) Anderson said. “So when you can stop them both ways, then what else can you do next? Gimmicks?” -- The Athletic, 10/13/21
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