Going forward, maybe we should just look at the Georgia-South Carolina series as the next scene in an ongoing buddy movie.
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I’m not sure I’d want to admit being a captain of that 1994 defense. We gave up 43 to Vandy on homecoming. Not good.
Explains why Coach Goff thinks Will is a good fit for South Carolina. 😉
You’ve really gotta admire Coach Boom’s optimism if he thinks he’s going to whip ANYBODY’s ass with that Gamecock outfit he’ll be putting on the field this year, much less Georgia.
I would rather hear about his friendship with Bobo.
Muschamp has friends with that personality? Who knew..
Good to hear the funny story about Kirby drawing up either 12 or 10 on defense when interviewing for the Valdosta State job.
maybe he will join the uga “interim” support staff after he’s fired.
I have been highly critical of Ray Goff through the years but I nodded in agreement with his cm=comment about what seems to be a dream job may nt be a good fit.
I never blamed him for seeking his dream job when it became available, even if he was a young guy with no coordinator, let alone head coaching experience. He did not know in Dec. 1988 if UGA would hire a guy to replace Dooley who would be at UGA another 25-30 years.
Who know if Goff had gone somewhere and been a coordinator, then a head coach at a lower division if he would have developed as a coach and matured as a person so that he could have taken over UGA in December 2001 and be \en successful.
I think it’s pretty amazing we have 3 former Dawgs as head coaches, and even more amazing they were all recruited to Georgia by the same person.
WOW! That sounds like some of Grantham’s schemes with the same 10 and 12 man formations and lot’s of moving around and confusion. Maybe Kirby is more of an innovator than he get’s credit for.
“We had young boys step up and make big plays,” [Jordan] Davis said. “We did more with less.” — AB-H, 1/2/20
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