One nice thing about an expanded bowl field

It ups the embarrassment level significantly.

In games involving teams from this state, Georgia will play Penn State in the TaxSlayer (formerly Gator) Bowl in Jacksonville on Jan. 2, Georgia State will play San Jose State in the inaugural Cure Bowl in Orlando on Dec. 19, and Georgia Southern will play Bowling Green in the GoDaddy Bowl in Mobile, Ala., on Dec. 23.

I don’t know about you, but I like living in a world where Georgia Tech doesn’t make a bowl game and Georgia State does.  It’s… dare I say, Chantastic.

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17 responses to “One nice thing about an expanded bowl field

  1. Dolly Llama

    I’d go to Stingtalk and gloat, but I’ve been banned for life there. Thankfully, I can still lurk if I don’t try to log in. They’re butthurt about North Carolina getting such a shitty bowl.

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  2. gastr1

    I want to know about the halftime show in the Cure Bowl, because if it’s Robert Smith and the fellas, I am for sure watching.

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  3. Merk

    Even better than the missing of a bowl is the fact that CPJ went from 9-3 last regular season to 3-9 this year. Wonder when Bradley is going to write the piece about how this is just all part of the plan.

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    • So letting Georgia score that one time in 2010 despite not having any functional passing game to possibly drive down the field quickly was just the beginning of the long game from the Genius? Mark Bradley’s been hanging his hat on that one decision for five years now.

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    • W Cobb Dawg

      But Merk, fishfry would be the first one to tell you it isn’t his fault. It’s his players and assistant coaches. This year, only CPJ gets a team ring!

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    • Bulldog Joe

      All along, he was just playing for the first draft pick. Genius.

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  4. Bro Tereshinski III

    I hope they never fire Paul Johnson and his high school offense.

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  5. Spike

    It’s the work of A Genius!

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  6. Go Dawgs!

    After all those years of Georgia State students adopting Tech as their football team, now Tech students can return the favor!

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    • Bazooka Joe

      Not me, I graduated from State but have been a Dog fan – after all, when GSU first started it was a branch of UGA if I remember my history correctly.
      Everyone I knew there hated the bungle bees.

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  7. Just Chuck (The Other One)

    Just think, with Richt at Miami now there’s another game Johnson may only win every 10 ten years. This no bowl game stuff could become a habit with Tech.

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