No news is good news.

Per Chip Towers:

Most importantly, all indications are no Bulldogs ran into trouble during the vacation. At least athletic director Greg McGarity said had not heard about any discipline issues as of Monday night. This time last year Georgia had four players run afoul of team policies during the spring break. That led to missed playing time in the fall.

Hey, it may be just a start.  But it’s still a welcome one.



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12 responses to “No news is good news.

  1. hey to goober

    Are all the piss tests back? Mark Richt has lost control of the out of controllness of this program!


  2. W Cobb Dawg

    The men in white coats will be hauling chip away one of these days, as he yells: UGA is withholding the test results! They MUST be!! Otherwise, why wouldn’t McGarity come right out and announce everyone had passed?! Its a conspiracy! A cover up! A COV-ER-UP!!


  3. 81Dog

    assuming this good news is not premature (the last couple of years have made me a little gun-shy), it could be an indication of the focus and leadership of the 2013 team. It’s not the beginning of the end for offseason worries, but perhaps it’s the end of the beginning. I like that our guys arent really talking about behaving, or the importance of behaving, they just seem to be doing it.

    if the 2013 team can get off to a full powered start, that would be a big step in the right direction.


    • Debby Balcer

      +1. I saw where a couple of groups of players went on mission trips. I hope the players learned that no player no matter how accomplished can escape punishment.


  4. Will Trane

    It is early. Turkey season does not open until this weekend. Then we have all summer. But I am hopeful no player has to sit out a game or two or four this coming fall.
    David Perno…a SEC baseball coach with a career losing record within the conference. Now how many Dawg fans would tolerate that with CMR.


  5. You forgot to bitch about the roundball coach, Will.

    Just tryin’ to help your little campaign.


    • Cojones

      Next year will be his 5th on a 6 yr contract drawn up by none other than his loyal boss, GM, who likes him very much thank you and is patient for what Fox is building for the future (no idea where that was read).