Wednesday morning buffet

Have some.


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9 responses to “Wednesday morning buffet

  1. Irwin R. Fletcher

    I think one issue that Seth doesn’t really hit is that it isn’t just being able to go to Pennsylvania…but UGA can’t even go to Atlanta for a camp. That’s the real rub here, IMO. Who knows how often they would go to Detroit…but they can’t even go to Atlanta, Valdosta, etc.


  2. would bringing up the weather in the frozen tundra be considered a negative recruiting tactic?


    • Uglydawg

      Only if you make the assumption that “frozen tundra” is a bad thing. Some people like snow and ice and sleet and long, gloomy winters.


      • I don’t think the phrase “frozen tundra” could be considered an assumption three months into a Meech-e-gan winter. February in Ann Arbor, could be considered as the location for a Siberian gulag.


  3. What fresh hell is this?

    I don’t think holding satellite camps in BIG 10 territory would be much of a deterrent considering how much more talent is available in the southern states. They’ll take that swap.


    • Macallanlover

      I would like to work on the OL talent in that area, biggest shortfall in the Southern talent camps.


      • Cojones

        Kool-Aide stands near their Big-10 campuses? Inch-thick spreckles on doughnuts? The smell of pizza, fresh-baked, coming from a recruiting odorifiter, …?

        Hostesses, drying their panties between changes by using a battery operated fan and stretching them over….?

        Monopoly games played with real money that’s issued to the players….?


  4. Mike Cooley

    I bet Reggie Carter appreciates the love.