Human sacrifice, dogs and cats living together…

Shit’s gettin’ truly weird.

… and Richt looks like he knows it.



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36 responses to “Human sacrifice, dogs and cats living together…

  1. frowertr

    …mass hysteria.

    This is why I love this blog so much.

    I saw this interview this afternoon. Finebaum actually looked lost for words at the end.


  2. Hogbody Spradln



  3. Russ

    I wish Finebaum had a twin so I could beat one of them with the other.


  4. Billy Mumphrey

    Link to the podcast. Richt, Dooley, etc.


  5. Timphd

    So how do we see the interview? Do we have to sit through a show with Tebow, Fbomb, et al?


  6. That was a very good interview from CMR’s side.


  7. Biggus Rickus

    That’s why I and most Georgia fans want him to succeed whether or not we think he will. He’s a genuinely good person in a world that doesn’t have enough of them.


  8. John

    Here’s link if you want to listen

    CMR talked about JC and dropped a bible verse on national radio.

    I jumped up off the coach and said “Amen!” I hope I’m doing the same tomorrow afternoon.


  9. Russ

    Okay, somebody tell me where Richt is (time-wise). I can’t listen to anymore FBaum than absolutely necessary.


  10. So Coach Richt quotes the bible, there could be biblical flooding tomorrow and Pawl comes across as Pontius Pilate. Hmm. I told y’all yesterday that I was building an ark for tomorrow. The 2nd coming of is nigh. 2nd coming of Dawg greatness.


  11. Dawgfan Will

    That is the expression of a man who detects the distinct aroma of horseshit.


    • Dawgfan Will

      Just got to finally watch the interview, and I stand corrected. This goes down as the only moment I didn’t want to punch Paul Finebaum right in the weiner.


  12. Juan

    Friday afternoon bible study with Mark Richt. Gross.


  13. Parent

    CMR looks like he is trying to subconsciously tell him that he has possession of the MOJO that was once Saban’s.


  14. Bizarre. Just bizarre


  15. It almost had sort of a confessional feel to it. Finebaum was very aware of his past statements showing no respect for Richt. Richt’s lack of hostility was truly disarming to Paul. What I saw in that interview was Finebaum’s change of heart concerning Richt and how he operates.


  16. fmd

    I hope our Christians will beat the shit out of their Christians.


  17. Hogbody Spradlin

    I watched a good bit of yesterday’s show, and Finebaum was actually tolerable. He was laying it on a bit thick after the Richt interview, but still tolerable. However, Finebaum still has a face made for radio, a voice made for silent movies, and a personality made for dead people.