This could be the beginning of a beautiful relationship.

Rumors abound that Da’Rick Rogers may be thinking of swapping SOD for Bill Curry.  Now there’s a Butch and Sundance pairing for you.


UPDATE:  Bonus coverage!  At Tennessee, players don’t get suspended, they get… they get… hell, they get told they have something to do.  No, really.

“I wouldn’t call it anything other than he’s got to do some things. When he does, he’ll come back, and when he doesn’t, he’s not going to be here.”

And to think we’re complaining that Richt isn’t a severe enough disciplinarian.


Filed under Because Nothing Sucks Like A Big Orange

17 responses to “This could be the beginning of a beautiful relationship.

  1. AthensHomerDawg

    Why? Does Georgia State need a qb?

  2. reipar

    This kids career is spiraling out of control. Thought his HS football coach was suppose to be looking out for him. Sure appears someone needs to have a sit down with him before it is too late. I mean pretty sure there is a step in between UT and all the way to GSU.

  3. Spike

    Homer.. Good one!!

  4. Griff

    Chalk this up to things we’ll never know…but I wonder how different things could have been for Da’Rick had he stuck with Georgia.

  5. pantydawg

    is this really worthy of this great blog? i’d rather have a beautiful relationship with those red panties i lost to the highest bidder on eBay😆

  6. Hobnail_Boot

    Between chronic under-signing and the toughest self-imposed disciplinary structure in the SEC, it’s amazing that UGA football is as good as it is.

    • Hobnail, You got that right. But, the strict disciplanary structure works for me.
      Glad we missed out on Da’Prick though..

    • Mayor of Dawgtown

      HB, that is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to self-imposed holier-than-thou foot shooting that is going on at Georgia’s Administration/Athletic department. It’s astonishing that they have any toes left.

  7. Maybe I am blinded by my loyalty to UGA but with the policies on first time offenders being what they are at each place I wonder how many times kids at schools get “first time offender” status and internal punishment without anyone ever knowing. Then with some of those places how many times a repeat offender continues to get first time offender status so that in effect there is never a suspension but due to being at a place that values football above all else and where the locals would never do anything but support the team it gets swept under the rug and everyone thinks they don’t have issues. Maybe I am naive but it is hard to believe that with stiffer penalties than anywhere else and Richt having shown he will kick players off the team that players at UGA simply ignore the rules more than they do at other places.

    • Sorry meant to post this under the “It’s only a problem in Athens” post. Maybe I should stop taking brownies from people I don’t know well before I post.

    • Mayor of Dawgtown

      What I wonder is if some of these kids from inside the state who are top athletes are going to the Auburns, Bamas and South Carolinas of the world expressly because of this. Kids make rational choices about where to attend college in spite of what older fans/alums might think.

  8. Dustin

    I am sending the Nance family a Christmas card this year!