Tuesday morning buffet

Clearing the decks, filling the chafing dishes…


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11 responses to “Tuesday morning buffet

  1. Castleberry

    Regarding Groupon: I’ve never been happy with the location of bowl seats ordered through the school. That’s one more reason I shop them on the open market.
    Regarding “Of course they did” – my son’s initials are S.E.C. and my daughter is named after Lindsay Scott. I don’t think Mrs. Castleberry would bite on a misspelled mascot name though. Curious who else has Dawg inspired kids names??

    • That is classy though. At least they are real names that will not be an embarrassment to the child. So many children are named ESPN, it is pathetic.

      • Lewis wrote,” Son, why your name is Kevin.” Remember that one? I was at that game behind Kevin blowing like the wind with all those Dawgs in the end zone. Sadly, he never had a son. May he rest in peace.

  2. Graham

    I’d really hate to lose Bobo. Great play caller, recruiter and QB coach. I hate the whole “head coach in waiting” thing but i suggest we pony up the money to keep him around until CMR goes into missions full time. Plus, we’ll have someone to blame everything on.

  3. No they didn’t! The least they could have done is spell it right. Typical obsessed Bama Fans.

  4. Mayor of Dawgtown

    “Krimson Tyde,” eh? In a related piece of news, two Tennessee fans named their new baby “Trailer Trash MoFo” in honor of the Vols.

  5. fetch

    I have thought for several years that Coach Ball was doing a good job. When you can throw unheralded true freshmen and former walk-ons out there at WR and still be what Gary Danielson called “the most effective offense in college football” , you’re doing something right.

  6. Brownesman

    Saw somewhere else that said the parents met 9 years ago, when she was 15 and he was 22. Just makes the story that much better.

    • Mayor of Dawgtown

      They met at a family gathering no doubt–cousins.

      • Mayor of Dawgtown

        Which reminds me, can I get a legal opinion, please, from one of our many blog lawyers on this: An Alabama man and an Alabama woman fall in love and move to Georgia where they get married and live together for seven years. They then get divorced. Are they still cousins?

  7. Ramguy

    Notice how the media and others soften the circumstances around Marshall’s dismissal from UGA? Breaking into a teammates room is not just violating team rules.