A goose egg on the ol’ Fulmer Cup scoreboard

The preseason race is over, the results are in, so it’s okay to take a victory lap now, Dawgs.  The SEC may have embarrassed itself again, but at least nobody can point a finger in Athens’ direction this year.

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18 responses to “A goose egg on the ol’ Fulmer Cup scoreboard

  1. AusDawg85

    Jimmy Williamson is outraged.

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    • 69Dawg

      Jimmy vows to try harder next season, “I just want to apologies to the city council and municipal court judges for letting them down this season and assure them that we will work our guys overtime next year to pursue this coveted honor”.

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  2. sectionzalum

    surely Lord Herbstreit has applauded Coach Richt

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  3. Cojones

    Rutgers had to cheat by letting the thief pack a gun and letting four incite a riot. Sheesh.

    Would’ve at least picked the Rutgers head coach trying to influence a prof on grades for honorable mention, but guess that the player showing up on the wrong side of a riot punks that.

    Took four SEC teams to put pressure on’em. SEC!, SEC!, SEC!

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  4. UGA85

    Great news. Change this drastic does not happen accidentally. I salute whoever is responsible for our turnaround.

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  5. Hogbody Spradlin

    But the SEC is still the top conference. Thanks Auburn for carrying the banner.

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  6. NGDawg

    What no “scooter” charges? Are they driving “beamers” now? 😎

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  7. Saxondawg

    Fulmer Cup is a friggin’ joke until it is settled on the field. We need Fulmer Cup playoffs, starting with four teams at the very least. Otherwise it’s just computers and sportswriters, reporting on arrests, who decide the winner. And the SEC is way overhyped. With about fifteen panting reporters following each of their teams, they’re always going to get the extra drooling over their rapes and gun incidents and cheating scandals.

    I said this before, I’ll say it again. Fulmer Cup is meaningless until we settle it on the field. I say we take the top four teams and get them together in August. Over a weekend, turn the players loose around a women’s college, a bunch of liquor stores, and several excellent drug dealers. It would be like one of those huge recruiting weekends (Dawg Night, Friday Night Lights) but just devoted to law-breaking and mayhem. On Sunday night, we’d see who had the most kids in the jailhouse and there’s be no arguments over the Fulmer Cup.

    Only way to settle this thing the way it OUGHT to be settled–with sex, drugs, and flying lead.

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  8. Otto

    Changes in the S&C likely play a big part in this culture change. Arrests went down with the move to JoeT2 and now the shut out with the new guy from Bama. The S&C staff interacts more with the players than anyone else when practices are not being held.

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    • DawgPhan

      I suspect rule changes have more to do it with than anything. Unlimited contact and mandatory summer workouts are now allowed. used to be no coaches and voluntary workouts.

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      • Otto

        JoeT still started the path towards fewer legal problems compared to when Van Halanger the S&C coach without a doubt the summer face time helped.

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  9. Mudcat must need a new tranny.

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  10. Truck

    Thank goodness our players have stopped emerging from alleys.

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  11. Let’s don’t go all Barn fan now. Just because no one gets caught doesn’t mean nothing happens.

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