Saturday morning buffet

Mornin’, campers.


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16 responses to “Saturday morning buffet

  1. Hogbody Spradlin

    “the Johnson will rise again”.

    Not bad. Not bad at all.


  2. TennesseeDawg

    According to Tony Barnhart, the Johnson will rise again.
    I think Rueben Houston might have something for that.


  3. Cojones

    Good article in Sporting News on WRs featuring AJ Green. He’s graded on each facet of athletic interest.


  4. Cojones

    Matt Chernoff opined that Johnson’s Johnson goes down when he gets cuckolded by recruits.


  5. SouthGa Dawg

    Paul Johnson is my hero. Urban Meyer is my second hero.


  6. kckd

    What was our major violation in football since 1991?


  7. Chuck

    I like to make fun of Beano Cook and all his chins, but I think he has a good chance of being right about Meyer. If the NCAA does something serious to tOSU (and it should) Tressel leaving, either as a resignation or firing is a real possibility. If he is gone, Meyer as a coach there becomes almost a certainty. Unless Meyer has really serious concerns about his health, I think he’ll be ready to coach again, and he has ties to Ohio. And his wife and kids will probably be tired of having him around all the time. So, there won’t be much – aside from a doctor saying it would kill him – to keep Meyer from taking it.


    • Mayor of Dawgtown

      The OSU is a much easier gig than Florida, too. Not much competition in the Big 10 although that may be changing with the move to that conference by Nebraska.


  8. Mohammar

    “In the SEC East, nobody came out of spring practice without big questions.” Zenga Zenga


  9. BMan

    With Jenkins’ arrest, I guess we’ll find out what Muschamp’s version of The Florida Way (TFW) is all about now. Will it be TFW Jenkins or Jenkins FTW?


  10. Reptillicide

    Can we excommunicate Tony Barnhart? Or has that been done already? I swear it’s only journalists from Georgia who feel the need to blow smoke up our rivals’ asses to make themselves feel more unbiased.