If I’m doing the math correctly, we can expect the University to erect a statue honoring its greatest football player around 2208.
It sounds like Greg McGarity is worried about statue creep.
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Building statues for great players means an holistic big picture view. Changing the number of teams in the SEC means fly by the seat of your pants.
I’m pretty sure that if ESPN were paying for statues, McGarity would be more broadminded about the possibilities.
though I doubt that McGarity would be out of pocket for these statues. I am sure that fundraising for a Walker statue on campus is probably the easiest fundraising you can do.
Statues of living people are tacky. Who are we, ‘Bama?
Um, Vince is still breathing.
Don’t look at me. I only use big rocks for taking out cyberpeople and wrong-headed ideas on blogs. Besides, Barbara would kick my ass if I tried to take Vince out.
I accidentally read some of the comments on that AJC article. I’m glad those types don’t come outside or the world would be a much meaner, scarier place.
Why not! If SOD can make a statue to the fastest orange dog in Tenn and parade it around the athletic field for all to see, we should make one to the fastest Dawg in Georgia who played for his dad. It should be modeled with Herschel’s arm around Sod’s dad’s shoulder in the garden and dubbed Son of Georgia.
What about a statue next to Vince of lil Derek hugging Uga
Sinkwich, Trippi, and many others were truly great. Nut there is no doubt Herschel is the greatest Dawg ever. No harm in making his statue first.
“Yeah. We just need to get back, and approach every game like it’s our last,” Swift said. “Because it is.” — The Athletic, 10/14/19
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