Daily Archives: July 13, 2011

Wednesday morning buffet

Lots of goodies on this morning’s buffet line to sample:

  • There’s never a bad time to quote Lewis Grizzard.
  • Vegas is seeing money move towards Georgia and the BCS title game.  I’m not sure why, though.
  • Sadly, Ed Gunther is making this the last year for his terrific blog.  Ed, you will be missed.
  • Bill Connelly appreciates what Ed is leaving behind for us.
  • Evidently if you’re God-fearin’ and living in Nashville, you don’t have much room for Vanderbilt football in your life.
  • Here’s a recipe for some monstrous ratings numbers.  Still, you’ve got to appreciate the effort.
  • This might be fun.
  • Back to Bill C., who looks at the effect of returning starters on a defense here.
  • Brent Benedict says he left Georgia because of Coach Tereshinski, but has no hard feelings about it.
  • Chris Brown takes a neat look at the old Houston run and shoot offense.
  • Fun fact about Georgia’s secondary “A year after allowing an SEC worst 25 touchdown passes and intercepting only 10, Georgia gave up just 15 scores and picked off 16 passes (13 by defensive backs).”
  • And here’s a 2011 Georgia preview from Auburn Country.
  • Mississippi State wasn’t an offensive juggernaut last year:  “The team was held to 14 points or less in half of its SEC games last year. It rushed for nearly 40 fewer yards per game than in 2009. The 4.9 yards per play they gained was ahead of only the hapless Vanderbilt offense in league play.”  Exactly how did Georgia lose to these guys?


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