Just wait ’til Penn Wagers gets his hands on this.

There’s a legal axiom – bad facts make bad law – that sums up the NCAA’s response to Derek Dooley’s inability to put a game away in the last five seconds.

If there’s karma in college football, it would be amusing to see Tennessee get burned by the new rule this season.

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3 responses to “Just wait ’til Penn Wagers gets his hands on this.

  1. Hogbody Spradlin

    The rule change illustrates two other axioms too:
    — Anecdotal evidence does not good policy make.
    — Bureaucrats will create a written policy to avoid making a judgment every chance they get, which leads to the axiom: wooden consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds.

  2. ScoutDawg

    You know we all want to win it on the field. What has CoCK Wagers cost UGA in monetary value. I mean 1 or 2 plays either way and UGA is number one in a couple of years. We all know that ass stuck it to us after the “CELEBRATION”, and a few times before that.

  3. Mayor of Dawgtown

    Has anybody ever put together a highlight reel of Penn Wagers’ blown calls and flagrant no-calls against UGA? That would graphically demonstrate what the guy is really all about. The fact that he still has a job reffing SEC games is proof that UGA has no influence at the SEC office anymore.