Understatement of the season

I hate to keep beating a dead horse, but Brandon Boykin, when you’re right, you’re right.

“A lot of things didn’t go our way on special teams this year…”

Warning:  the linked article is not for the faint-of-heart Georgia fan.


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10 responses to “Understatement of the season

  1. Hogbody Spradlin

    No s**t Sherlock.


  2. TennesseeDawg

    Olivadotti was a special teams coach on and off while with the Redskins. Why wouldn’t Richt put him in charge of ST as well as linebackers?


    • adam

      Olivadotti was in charge of kickoff coverage this year. Maybe he’s not that good at ST. Though he’s clearly AMAZING at coaching linebackers.


  3. charlottedawg

    And in other news the titanic sprang a small leak


  4. PatinDC

    Can Belin come back and explain the details to CMR? He seemed to be the only coach that made a difference on ST in the past few years.


  5. Cojones

    Boy, Senator. Lotsa people who write articles on Dawgbone read your material and that of your blogging minions. Just saw my words and assessment of the “star” system from yesterday’s “Coffee’s for Closers” repeated by Socrates today. That’s quite a compliment and since imitation is the best………, I share it with you. Now, if we can just get it (each post) in front of folks as a day’s work, think how secondary columns would enhance your status with titles like “Mac’s Best”, “Puff Dawgsbreath of Fresh Air”, “Looking Up Info from DIF’s Pictionary”, “Gastri’s Nominal DawgFood Blog” , “Red Blackman’s Racyest DawgBlog”, “Up The Mayor’s Alley-ty Dawg Vote” (could go on with many of the well-thought inputs of gtp’s well-written bloggers, but have to end with apologies for those left out).

    You, sir, are missing the shipping lane, not the boat. Some time ago, Schultz (ajc) used a verbatim comment of mine for a column title and gave full credit (Hint: The Word “Kudos” was mentioned). Would think that others would follow that example and give your platform full credit for follower’s inputs. Oh, well guess “gtp” speaks in volumes in it’s own way. Too many creative and passionate ideas on here, so little time.