It’s the crime of the century!
Georgia Tech officials say the letter “T” has been stolen from the Tech Tower.
According to Georgia Tech’s Twitter page, the letter was taken from Lettie Pate Whitehead Evans Administration Building, which is also known as the Tech Tower, and police are investigating.
Now if somebody would just steal the “C”, we’d have an expression for how most people feel about the genius’ football program.
Really can’t think of a better way to sum up the day’s developments than with this:
Um… make that hiring Bruce Pearl.
The quality of Jimmy Williamson’s mercy is not strained.
A Georgia assistant athletic director who works in finance met with UGA police on March 3 to report the checks cashed twice and police began to investigate. Warrants were issued for the arrests of the players on Monday–after students returned from spring break–and a Clarke County Magistrate Court judge signed the warrant.
“We normally don’t take out warrants on students during spring break because we’re afraid they may get stopped,” Williamson said. “I don’t want one of them to get stopped for some traffic violation and then that county lock them up. We would do that for all students.”
Yeah, damn it. If anybody’s gonna do any locking up, it’ll be Jimmy’s guys. Woof, woof!
FSU fans say the darndest things.
The nation’s No. 1 prospect for 2015, defensive tackle Trent Thompson, admitted that he’s almost committed twice to UGA in a very revealing interview with 247sports.com’s Kipp Adams.
Thompson held off both times on the advice of his high school coach, adding “I do not want to commit early because I want to give everyone a chance. I want to see how their season goes and if Coach Mark Richt is going to still be there.”
Say what? Evidently there’s some negative recruiting going on in the Albany area with the high-prized recruit. Thompson told Adams that some hometown people want him to go to FSU. “They say if Georgia does not have a good season Coach Richt would probably leave.”
Hey, Trent, I heard FSU’s defensive coordinator might leave. Oh, wait.
Boy, these opening of spring practice stories sure take on a different flavor today from when they were written, don’t they?
And doesn’t Damian Swann sound a little prescient?
Asked if the scheme was too complicated for last year’s defense, Swann said it depended on the player.
Sigh. I sure hope there’s a little Dawg porn coming out of today’s practice. I could use some cheering up.
This would, hands down, be the cherry on top of the Checkgate sundae.
Besides having to report the matter because it’s a fraud, UGA was concerned with running into an NCAA compliance issue because players were receiving extra benefits.
If the NCAA sanctioned Georgia over this – and I’m not saying it will – but, damn. Just, damn.
Although I have to admit I wouldn’t be totally shocked if it did. The sad thing is that the athletic department actually had to worry about it.
I’ve mentioned to you guys before that there’s a pretty predictable pattern to visitor traffic here. February is typically the month when things drop off and stay that way until fall practice gears up. And while there was a drop in hits last month from January, it was still by far the strongest February in the history of GTP – up almost 50% from the next best February. (If that’s a gauge of everyone’s interest in the program, Richt and McGarity ought to be psyched.)
Even better, though, last month generated the most ad revenue I’ve ever earned. And I just wanted to say how much I appreciate that. I blog for fun, so in a sense, what I receive feels like found money (although I find it spends the same as any other type of green). But it’s still nice. So thanks for visiting and clicking.