One year later



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53 responses to “One year later

  1. dawg dad

    The best revenge is taking them to the woodshed. No taunting necessary.


  2. Red Blackman

    To take revenge halfheartedly is to court disaster; either condemn or crown your hatred.

    Crown me.


    • “Crown me” is not a phrase I’d use lightly.


      • AthensHomerDawg

        “For over a thousand years, Roman conquerors returning from the wars enjoyed the honor of a triumph – a tumultuous parade. In the procession came trumpeters and musicians and strange animals from the conquered territories, together with carts laden with treasure and captured armaments. The conqueror rode in a triumphal chariot, the dazed prisoners walking in chains before him. Sometimes his children, robed in white, stood with him in the chariot, or rode the trace horses. A slave stood behind the conqueror, holding a golden crown, and whispering in his ear a warning: that all glory is fleeting. ” Patton


      • Puffdawg

        Thanks for linking that Mr. Sanchez. You know what else is funny? This…

        I have a lot of witty comments in mind, but the artcicle speaks for itself. Keep up the fine prognosticating.


  3. Bad M

    It amazing the fact we can do that to an SEC team even though we don’t have a real home run threat…at RB or WR. I don’t mean just not another AJ…even to the likes of MoMass. They pound and pound, get first downs, and limit mistakes and penalties.


  4. JasonC

    Nicely edited too.


    • Bevo

      Yes, sir.

      My favorite thing about this video is that our fans finally have good reason to make these again. We haven’t had a landmark win against a solid, high-quality opponent in a while — arguably since we upset Auburn in 2006 — but I get the feeling we’re getting closer and closer to being a team that can knock off serious opponents.

      Those pump-up videos from the last few seasons were so sad in a way (e.g., showing Prince Miller’s punt return in the Funeral Game but omitting basically everything else). This is the best one I’ve seen in a while, and it feels good.


    • NRBQ

      Ahh, a video with real music. No rap. No metal.

      Moves a Dawg’s heart.


  5. Rusdawg

    The difference between UGA players and Auburn players in this game?

    Take a look at the 2:30 mark. It sure looks to me like Jarvis Jones is checking on a down Auburn player to make sure he is alright after a big hit.


  6. Nate

    That is the most glorious thing I’ve seen since Scarlett Johansson lost her cell phone. This made my day.


  7. Hogbody Spradlin

    Doth mine eyes deceive me? Is that Carlton Thomas going up the gut for good yardage?

    Cam Newton still does the chest gesture in the pros. Oy.


  8. dean

    Damn, that put tears in my eyes and watching Carlton Thomas run like a man possessed (attacking the defender) gave me goose bumps. To whomever did the video; well done.


  9. Irishdawg

    Bad M,
    That’s my favorite kind of win; where they completely unman them.


  10. Spike

    All in….


  11. Brandon

    I swear Auburn really reminds me of the old story about a man selling his soul for something, its like they sold their souls for that national championship last year, I hope it was worth it.


    • Mayor of Dawgtown

      +1. The problem is that it IS worth it. Since the Cheatas have been officially cleared by the NCAA they can bask in the glow of their BCSNC trophy forever. They now have the same number of BCSNCs as their in-state hated rival Bama and one more than their other rival UGA, even though the Dawgs have beaten them 5 out of the last 6 games. Cheatin’ works. That’s why cheaters do it.


  12. UGALee

    Oh how sweet! Thanks for the nicely edited video. The revenge was sweet enough but to do it with class after what happened last year is special beyond words.


  13. Charles

    If one ever needed an illustration of how everything about this school is a cut above its SEC peers (with the exception of Vanderbilt), this past weekend was ideal. Great weekend, great town, great (female) scenery, an ass-stopping of epic proportions, and an enthusiastic and (mostly) good-humored fan base. Given the climate of last year’s game, we could have hung 70 on ’em. Yet Richt elected to pump the brakes. It’s a miracle that every Auburn fan wasn’t run out of the stadium on a rail. Lord knows, they deserved it.

    That was beyond satisfying.


    • adam

      There were a few students decked out in Auburn stuff in my area. I guess they came here for the real degree. But anyway, people were kind of annoyed with them before the game started. By halftime, we were just wondering how early they would actually decide to leave. It was wonderful.


  14. Adam

    Anyone else notice how often we pulled Ben Jones around to lead on the off-tackle runs? There were a few instances where he didn’t even make a clean block, but the Auburn defenders saw him coming and didn’t bother attempting to close the running lane. That man was not happy with how things went down last year, and he played like it.


  15. Umm… I like trucks?


  16. heyberto

    Every time I see that sideline celebration, I hear Sean Connery hrom The Hunt For Red October say “Let Them Sing”.


  17. HahiraDawg

    I’m no prophet but I can dream…Murray for Heisman next year, IC the year after that! …with two dominating teams…can anyone say, “natty”?


  18. JaxDawg

    A little melodramatic but it made me smile.


    • Go Dawgs!

      Yeah, I thought the music might be a touch much. I would have just gone with the CBS announcers and added a laugh track.


  19. Alcohalic Genius

    Stella! We done stuck our foot up they ass! Haw, haw. My momma didn’t have to cry.


  20. D.N. Nation

    All you have to do is just show Barner highlights from last year to know what a pack of doofuses that outfit was.


  21. Russ

    Not enough Quntavious Harrow for me. 🙂


  22. Cojones

    Thomas didn’t run with a chip on his shoulder, he ran with revenge in his heart. He went out of his way to hit anything with an Auburn uniform. Not only did they exact a pound of flesh for the fans , but exonerated Bobo as well. Power to the Dawgs!


  23. I assume the fans singing “nah nah nah nah, goodbye” at the beginning were the Auburn fans.
    At the end, was it our fans singing the same thing?
    Anyone know?


  24. Keese

    Uh…Cootie harrow


  25. WarD Eagle

    Like Auburn, I tried for 60 minutes, but I just couldn’t get that thing to play.

    AU has taken some asswhippin’s this year, but last week was, by far, the most thorough.

    Congratulations, you knuckleheads.

    (my condolences to the FAHR RICHT! crowd)