Wednesday morning buffet

Lots of specials from Destin today…



Filed under BCS/Playoffs, Because Nothing Sucks Like A Big Orange, Georgia Football, It's Just Bidness, Look For The Union Label, Recruiting, SEC Football, The NCAA

19 responses to “Wednesday morning buffet

  1. From the look of it, Old Fashioned Hate looks like it’s going to be an early start like ’12 although we can hope for a night game on the WWL. Hopefully, we can firebomb them like we did in ’12 as a virtual quarterfinal.


  2. Jack Klompus

    Sorry if I am late to the game here, but I just noticed your blog is feeding to the AJC. Congrats. I have a pen and a Cadillac for you.


  3. 202dawg

    “Look for a lot of clips of Nick Marshall to Ricardo Louis Josh Harvey-Clemons…” Fixed it..


  4. AthensHomerDawg

    Butch already has the greatest win in Tennessee football. Coaching up a quarterback after that victory should come easy to him.
    When he trumpeted the news in October, Jones called his team’s climb out of the academic danger zone perhaps “the greatest win in the history of Tennessee football.”


  5. Macallanlover

    I am afraid those predictions for the CBS picks are very likely to happen. I really hate that the Auburn game might be at 3:30 and not at night. I really wish CBS would pick SC at Florida for the afternoon slot, we need all the edge we can get to enjoy the sweet taste of revenge against the Aubies. Seems like the schedule never feeds us enough primetime night games.


    • Debby Balcer

      3:30 games are my favorite. Plenty of time to tailgate before and after the game and home at a decent hour.


      • Macallanlover

        In Athens, I only like daylight games after November 1. Noon, one and 3:30 are the worst to me. But you should be happy, UGA gets very few night games.


  6. With that article that talked about playing FCS schools, for a brief second, I thought we had gotten the greatest Spurrier-ism ever:

    “‘I think college football is too important at all levels to hurt them by setting criteria that would not allow you to play them, Richt said. ‘So I’m for doing it.’

    South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier agreed, noting the Gamecocks play in-state rival Clemson of the ACC annually.”

    LOL, the next sentence went on to clarify that he was referring to Wofford and SC State, but if it had been left at that, I would have lost it. 🙂


  7. kckd

    Did you notice this Senator: Who CBS will pick and why: Auburn at Georgia: THIS IS ANOTHER GAME THAT SEEMS TO COME DOWN TO THE WIRE EVERY YEAR.Look for a lot of clips of Nick Marshall to Ricardo Louis in the week leading up and the pre-game……..Was the guy in a coma the three years before 2013?


  8. AthensHomerDawg

    I don’t think the Barners will ever forget 2011. Nor should they! after their team, coaches and refs cowardly display in 2010. 45-7! We sure could use a healthy Mitchell against Clemson. One of my favorite games. Last seasons uSC and LSU games were pretty special too.


  9. Without even glancing at the article, it’s no surprise that Georgia has the most “liberal” transfer policy. When your policy is to do what’s best for the kid, instead of the program, it’s gonna be the most liberal.

    Same with other policies. We’re always going to be on one extreme or the other. That’s the way it is when you operate with pure motives, complete transparency, and integrity.


    • Hobnail_Boot

      Most liberal transfer policy and most conservative drug testing policy. It’s a wonder we’re competitive.


      • Well, it sure is, considering we haven’t managed that well overall. I mean, a lot of things, most things, Richt does very well. That should be a given. But roster management hasn’t been one of them in recent years.

        But I maintain my stance that we can be absolutely competitive with anybody, provided we are very efficient with the resources we have, especially personnel, both players and staff. And we are doing better this year, by all indications, in those areas.

        So there is good reason for hope and expectations of improvement in our ability to compete at the very highest level. Richt isn’t quick to change, but he is changing.