Monday morning buffet

Line up and grab a plate.


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19 responses to “Monday morning buffet

  1. TennesseeDawg

    E-Bay searching “Auburn Championship Rings”. Want to be the first one in on the bidding.


  2. W Cobb Dawg

    Per BSU, once again I’ve got to give McGarity a big hand for scheduling this game. It’s certainly generated a lot of buzz (for lack of a better word). Far more real and potential payback than the Louisville game would ever have achieved. We need more McGarity’s – people in our athletic program always looking for an edge and jumping on opporunities when they come up.


  3. Anon

    $3.00 for shipping on a $30K set of championship rings?

    Think I’d spring for something a little better than USPS parcel post.


  4. Bill Clinton

    If UGA is an underdog to Boise State, then they’ll be an underdog to several Southeastern Conference teams. Let’s get real here. Unless Georgia just beats the crap out of Boise again, if oddsmakers don’t like Georgia to beat Boise, they won’t like Georgia to beat teams in the SEC. Sorry, Phil.


    • Betting lines change from week-to-week. If Georgia beats a top-5 Boise, they could be a slight favorite (maybe -1 or so)… or at least even money… against Sakerlina at home the next week. If they start 2-0, Georgia will be favored in every game that follows.


  5. Comin' Down The Track

    “Auburn players get their championship rings.”

    “Listen, strange women lyin’ in ponds distributin’ swords is no basis for a system of government. Supreme executive power derives from a mandate from the masses, not from some farcical aquatic ceremony.”



  6. Re the casino story: After living in Birmingham for seven years, I knew Scott Beason was reactionary to the point of self-parody, but I didn’t know he was an out-and-out racist. Probably should’ve seen the signs, though.


    • Scott W.

      It’s better to be thought a fool(racist) than to open your mouth and remove all doubt.


    • Macallanlover

      The expanded definition of the term “racist” insures everyone now is, or has been, a racist. We need to come up with a new term that will outrage someone, we have worn this one to the point of being meaningless and non-inflamatory. Don’t know about “an out and out racist”, that may still be serious.


  7. Dog in Fla

    Freedom lovin’ Scott’s all-in with helping the feds entrap the bad guys

    “Because of Scott Beason — a whole courtroom full of defendants on trial for public corruption could tap dance out of the federal courthouse.

    In the public corruption trial of Milton McGregor and eight other defendants, including three legislators, Scott Beason was supposed to be the star witness, but by the end of the first week of trial, he proved to be less a star and more of a planet-killing asteroid….

    Before the defense even began its cross examination, one juror asked the judge if Beason’s recordings were entrapment. But the real damage for the prosecution’s case came on cross-examination, when the defense turned Beason’s own words against him….

    Mind you, Beason said all this when he knew he was being recorded. He was the man with the wire and the switch in his pocket that could turn it on and off….

    On the stand last week, Beason tried to explain why he volunteered to help federal investigators.

    I told them I’d do whatever I could to help get the bad guys,” Beason said.


  8. Mayor of Dawgtown

    My compliments to Coach Ault, a man of integrity who is willing to put his money where his mouth is.


  9. Cojones

    It was encouraging to read the anti-racist postings of several fellow Southerners. More than one responder stated it in political party terms (“most Republicans are racist”) and rebuttal of others to state that Democrat was the Party of KKK and segregation proponents back when. Many people don’t seem to realize that the Republicans rose to Southern prominance with Democratic defectors before and during LBJ’s Civil Rights enaction. Dey is what dey was.

    What the heck. We are all good Southerners and Dawgs especially(on this blog) are often given to politics. Great quoters of the bareister profession use Voltaire’s quote,” I may not believe in a thing that you say, but I will fight to your death the right to say it.”.

    How many “Isters” do we have on this blog?


  10. Cojones

    Was going to type the OE version of “Isters”, but was afraid the extra “r” would throw some of the posters. And without it you might think of drinkers chasing ambulances.