This year’s “Finish The Drill”

Apparently Kirby’s channeling his inner ancient Roman poet now.


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9 responses to “This year’s “Finish The Drill”

  1. DugLite

    I like it.


  2. It’s impossible to finish the drill especially with Richts philosophy on life after football. I’m at the near the twilight of life and I really cannot say I can finish my drill.


  3. Steve

    Is this comparable to Rodney Garner’s channeling of Col. Sanders? As in ‘the Original Recipe order is ALL IN the sac, y’all?
    Or Urban Meyer channeling a lonely erection by being himself?


  4. W Cobb Dawg

    If we have to wait another 15 years until we get to the ‘parable of the two farmers’, it’s okay with me.


  5. Walt

    Pretty weak effort IMO.


  6. 69Dawg

    What you’ve got something against Roman poets? He could have quoted the Senator from Minnesota “Every day in every way I’m getting better and better.”


  7. Derek

    Its not a slogan, but it’s certainly a philosophy I can get behind:

    “I’m excited about the scrimmage because we’re going to have to get off the field and let the kids play,” Smart said. “To me the guys that stick out in the scrimmage are the guys who will stick out in a game. You just say, `Hey, roll the ball out there and go play.’ Take the thinking away, don’t confuse them, don’t shift and motion and make it all complicated. Let’s go find out who can play football because that’s what it’s going to come down to in our league is the guys who can play winning football.”

    I like the idea especially when your roster will be superior to the opponent’s at least 9-10 weeks a year. So, first, go whip your opponent’s ass. We can get to the second part once the first part has been clearly established.


  8. AusDawg85

    I thought the days of fake juice were over?