Daily Archives: March 12, 2011

Looking ahead to the Chick-fil-A College Kickoff

Paul Myerberg’s early preview is the best analysis I’ve read so far, particularly with regard to the psychology of both teams coming in.  For example,

… Let’s not forget that we’ve been here before. Back in 2005, Boise went to Athens for the season opener holding a three-year mark of 36-3; four quarters later, Georgia escaped with a 48-13 win, dominating the Broncos from start to finish in a win that was thought to have sent Boise back to irrelevance. Not quite. There is a difference between the 2005 version and this year’s team: those Broncos were young and inexperienced, while the current Broncos are as battle-tested as any team in the nation.



Filed under Georgia Football

They got a big ol’ glass house on the Plains.

By now, I’m sure that most of you have heard the news and seen the rejiggered Fulmer Cup standings.

It’s not so much that I feel a strong need to gloat today; it’s just that recalling this and this gives me some satisfaction in knowing that the Auburn fan base now appreciates the true meaning of the word “thug”.

Plus, this has suddenly dawned on some of them.


Filed under Auburn's Cast of Thousands, Crime and Punishment