Beats the hell out of me.
And with that, I should be able to ignore Georgia Tech football for the next four or so months.
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I’m sure it’s a type-o, maybe it’s “Put Out”
Vladimir likes it.
Typical GT. This is what happens when you let your frustrated and insufficiently serviced girlfriend have input on your team slogan.
That’s the frustration, you are “all in” and she has the nerve to say “Put in”. Probably happens more at GT so not a bad rallying cry for them.
I guess “Anchor Down” was taken. And my attempt to get access to StingTalk has failed. I guess the geek that runs it saved my IP address or something. I could get around that, I suppose, but I’ve reached my limit of the amount of effort I’m willing to put into that endeavor.
Dolly, we need a StingTalk reporter here at GTP. Make it happen.
Life really hasn’t been the same since I was banned from there before they upgraded their message board interface.
Sting Talk won’t even let you view comments anymore without registering.
Ain’t Putin the head of Russia or sumthin?
If they’re looking for a short, punchy, two-word motto, how about “Tits Up?”
“Put in” was apparently borne out of a team gathering of some stripe. Defensive tackle Kyle Cerge-Henderson said he was “not at liberty to discuss when or where” but described a brainstorming-type session to generate ideas to improve the team.
My guess is they overheard some nerds in the dining hall hoping that get to “put in” for the first time before they died
It should be “Put up or……”.
Heard that at UT they were considering “Put it in” until someone from the Knoxville PD called Booch and suggested that might not be a good idea.
10 minimum up to life. Well played
It’s nice that Tech has finally come up with a slogan that works for a variety of sexual orientations in these politically correct times.
Dawgs fans have been using it for years, as in, “Put in Reggie!”.
It takes an old fart to make a village laugh. Nice one.
I think “Put In” won out over “Strap On,” which is a real shame.
It was supposed to be “Is It In?”
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