Caleb King is dismissed from the program and this happens. Coincidence? I think not.
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Well, if they can’t find a suitable dog to replace UGA, maybe we could get an albatross.
My gosh, ever since the death of UGA and the fifth inning of game two of the CWS in 08, our fortunes have been star crossed.
Marc Richt needs to get control of these (former) players. This is a rouge program.
Excuse me if I call BS on this since when is DUI a 1,000.00 bail? Besides he was on twitter last night till 2300 hours.
Go ahead and drive drunk here in Whitfield County, my friend. The bidding STARTS at a grand these days.
Georgia football driving me to drink…heavily…Senator!
Great…send me to TMZ and 2 hours and 5000 clicks of my life are wasted.
Sometimes these things occur as part of a police trap, i.e.,need more funds from tickets, profiling high-profile people, waiting outside a bar for morning drivers to leave, etc. Noticed that the police didn’t give the particulars. Hines- stay until you have coffee….please. Dang!
Dang cops, forcing people to drink….
Joe, you a absolutely right man. Somebody needs to find a jinx breaker of some nature. For sure UGA’s men’s programs are in a drought.
It is amazing how UGA current and former players can make front page stories for a DUI. I’d like to see the stats on the state wide DUIs and the number involving UGA. What is it like in other states and universities?
I’m defending their conduct, but it is almost like some law enforecment officer is just sitting there waiting to write the ticket and call the AJC.
Well on a more positive note, we’re still pitching a shutout in the fulmer cup and this won’t count for it. At least I think it won’t.
Georgia ranks “among the nation’s best in the bottom line,” McGarity told the board. — AB-H, 2/12/20
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