You want me on that Dawg porn. You NEED me on that Dawg porn.

Seth Emerson, bringing it:

Since early this spring, the thinking among many insiders, including this reporter, has been that ultimately Lambert would be the starter against North Carolina. As for wunderkind Jacob Eason, the question was whether he would get in that game, or get a chance to take over later in the season.

But lately there have been whispers from people around the program that the Eason talk is legit, that he has a real chance to start the opener. (Not Smart, who is wisely being careful with his public comments.) You can temper the G-day performance all you want by pointing out it was against the second team – and, well, it was – but what you haven’t heard is people behind the scenes saying Eason wasn’t that good in the closed scrimmages or practices. You hear the opposite. He is that good.

If you’d like some time by yourself now, I understand.  Come on back after you’ve cleaned yourself up.

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54 responses to “You want me on that Dawg porn. You NEED me on that Dawg porn.

  1. Dawggasmic

    But Momma I’ll go blind!!

  2. sniffer

    I’d guess that the only way Eason starts the season is if he is clearly, without a doubt, more prepared than the other two. Hard to imagine that will be the case. But what do I know. I thought Obama would be a great president.

    • gastr1

      Well, but there’s also the ability to execute whatever plan is put in place. The other two might prepare all day and still not be able to do things without f’ing it up.

    • Hopefully not 2012 Derek

      “I thought Obama would be a great president”

      Punch yourself for all of us.

      • sniffer

        Read it again, this time with your meter on, Derek

      • Derek

        Thinking that anybody in the current climate could achieve greatness in the presidency should be recognize their naivety and punch themselves in the face.

        Those who voted for George bush twice should tell us before they make any political comments about anyone else’s performance, ever.. In other words, a bush voter is a human asterisk that says “I have no idea wtf I’m talking about so please disregard my moronic viewpoints.”

        Lastly trump voters who criticize Obama for being both ineffectual and a dictator, and don’t understand the meaning of cognitive dissonance, should let someone really really strong punch them in the face.

        • Uglydawg

          Please stow the horse shit.
          We can’t turn on the TV without hearing this kind of crap. I’d like to come on GTP and not have to endure it.

        • Napoleon BonerFart

          Good points. Bush (the awful president) created an entitlement and increased our military entanglements in the Middle East. On the other hand, Obama (the awesome president) did the same thing. Wait a minute …

          • Don in Mar-a-Lago

            He couldn’t have won that award without W.

            By the way, both of them are low-energy losers. When it comes to attacking things to Make America Great Again!, wait until you see me ride the escalator down to the flight deck for my I’m On a Boat photo op

          • Derek

            Yeah, “increased entanglements.” Sure. That’s connected to reality. Clearly there are more US troops in the Middle East in 2016 than in 2009 unless “increase” means something different in your language than it does in English dictionaries.

            Thanks for the reaffirmation of my conviction that there are only two things which are infinite: the universe and stupid.

            • Napoleon BonerFart

              So, I’m stupid for agreeing with you? Don’t be so hard on yourself. Even you shouldn’t be trolling that hard.

              Again, I agree with you. Drawing down the troops while increasing drone strikes and expanding the fighting into Syria and Libya certainly fulfilled Obama’s campaign promise to end the war. Thank goodness.

              I mean, I don’t know what those refugees are flooding into Europe. The violence is over, right?

        • sniffer

          Fuck you, derek

          • Derek

            Excellent point sniffer. Well thought out and resourced. The factual underpinnings of your argument are difficult to confront, but if I could try a retort: you’re obviously too stupid to make an argument with the use of the English language in support of your opinion thus the reduction to an empty, pointless, juvenile personal attack.

            • Napoleon BonerFart

              I can’t stand these plebes. Obviously your point about people punching themselves in the face was an academic masterpiece that will be saved for future generations as an eloquent example of brilliant debating. And then these morons respond with personal attacks. Typical Republicans that should all light themselves on fire, amirite?

      • Bulldawg Bill

        Talk about executing!!!

  3. Cojones

    Thanks, and you were correct – there was need even in (and especially in) the old-farts ranks. That’s good news to us all.

    Baptism under fire, eh? It looks like there will be a run on Depends even before he ever throws a college pass. We will be the most “Nervous Nellies” in all of CFB leading up to and completion of Jason’s first pass, qtr of an SEC team’s play, UGA halftime, game; ad neaseum….until we get thru it with him and/or run out of Depends, whichever comes first.

    • Cojones

      However, I don’t see him as proficient with the signal calling as Lambert and I don’t expect that to change by game time – plus, are we going to put Jason out there with a new front line that includes some untried CFB players? If Jason starts, we would have no doubts about that line as seen through the coach’s eye. Damn! That was my last Depends!

      • dawgtired

        Right. Obviously the porn we’re hearing gives credence to our excitement for the future of GA football but…Kirby said he will play the QB that gives them the best chance to win…game 1. It doesn’t sound like he will take chances on losses by investing game experience on Jacob in an attempt to prepare for the future. He wants to win now. I can’t imagine JE being able to read the D’s and manage the huddle better than Lambert this quick…he does have the rest of the summer and the 20-something practices this fall…but still…he will have to learn fast. And yes, the OL will have a huge impact on some decision making I’m sure. If the run game gets going like we all hope. It may not matter how is handing them the ball.

  4. My OAB and deep depression just got cured this morning, LOL.

  5. lakedawg

    Eason will take the opening snap against UNC, these coaches are not complete dummies!

  6. Derek

    I can’t believe that there are still people who think Lambert is the superior option. SMH.

    Play #10. The future is now!

    Maybe we get a negative play here and there, but what’s Lambert gonna on 3rd and 13? Draw play then punt. With Eason we can pick that up and move the chains.

    The reason we were down 15-0 in Knoxville I’m 1980? Somebody thought we shouldn’t start a freshmen. Somebody is dumb. Somebody might have cost themselves a championship with that sort of thinking.

    Play the best player. No matter the position. We know who that is here.

    • dawgtired

      “I can’t believe that there are still people who think Lambert is the superior option.”

      That’s not it at all. I’d rather watch paint dry than live through the frustration of Lambert another season. I agree with MGW below. But, I’m listening to the hints Kirby was dropping during spring. If it changes great! But, Kirby’s desire for a conservatively managed game may outweigh the option for potential ‘wow’.

    • Cojones

      Thanks. I signed in as “Coyote” several days ago. Gotta cut out the cookies with oatmeal and calling them breakfast.

      Now I’m wondering how many times I’ve not typed “Jacob”. Damn! Just Damn.

    • Cojones

      Derek and dawgtired, the O line will be different this year and hopefully better in order that that we can discern what good blocking can do to Lambert’s tendencies to throw behind the receiver every once in a while (ducks and waits in Dawghole).

      • why is the o-line going to be better? Because we lost a 4-year starter (5* recruit) at Lt for the past 3 years? Because we have a lot of great recruits that will step up this year?

        Pittman is a good coach and I’m excited about his recruiting, but let’s not hold the man to miracle standards. The line is going to struggle plenty this year.

      • Derek

        I disagree. The line looked bad because Lambert was bad. If you don’t have to protect the back end, you cheat everyone up. That’s what our opponents did. We’d have runs for 0 yards and safeties were on the bottom of the pile. No five guys can block 9.

        Playing a QB without the requisite arm talent isn’t “conservative” it’s asking for failure against good sec defenses. Success means making 11 guys defend the width and the depth of the field. Eason can do that. Lambert can’t.

        The two reasons not to play Eason are: if he’s a turnover machine in practice or if Ramsey is a little ahead on reading defenses and changing calls. No good reason to play lambert. We know he can’t handle the position or the spotlight.

        • Russ2

          I’m pretty sure Lambert pissed his pants in at least 6 games he played in . Seven if you count the Florida game which he never got off sideline. Derek , good comment

  7. MGW

    I’ll be pretty pumped if Eason starts; he may have a pick or three a game because he’s a freshmen but he’ll definitely have a few touchdowns to go with them. At least we’ll have some points on the board.

    I’d be about the same with Ramsey for about the same reason.

    I’ll be worried sick it its Lambert. There is the hope that Schotty just plain isn’t a developer of college QB’s at all, and a new coach can get Lambert on his feet and scoring touchdowns (and that really goes for Ramsey, too). But I still can’t get last season out of my head. It was just plain hard to watch.

    • MGW

      There’s also the instant gratification factor with Eason, to be perfectly honest. When we have a bad year, I’m always pumped to see the new recruits in the hope that they’ll be the savior we all hope for. If a freshman starts over an upperclassman, that means we’ve upgraded talent at that position even though they’ll make freshman mistakes.

    • W Cobb Dawg

      Lambert had two shots as a starter already – at UVA and UGA. Heck, if he gets yet another round as a starter, I’d put him down as the greatest survivor since Jason Voorhees of the Friday the 13th movies.

  8. Uglydawg

    Georgia has a very good situation at the QB position. What many were thinking would be a potential problem, I now see as a strength. We have a seasoned, (although unspectacular, except against USCe) capable QB in Lambert, at the very least. We have a seasoned and more mature (and I hear more disciplined) QB in Ramsey, who can take team and run the offense in a potentially (key word) effective way..he can run it..he can quick kick on third and forever if it comes to that…And we have the potential Stud McMuffin Superstar that by most accounts is the real deal and only needs a slight amount of seasoning to make our dreams become reality.
    That’s a pretty solid triad, IMHO. I’m not saying they’re all three great, just that it’s a pretty good experience/depth/talent situation. Maybe the best situation in the conference.

    • Dylan Dreyer's Booty

      Well, the position is at least ‘unsettled’ which isn’t the best thing, but since that seems to be true for a lot of teams – not many of which have 3 decent choices – I think you may be right. I hope so.

  9. SouthernYank

    I see no reason not to start him from day 1. But fans need to understand that would likely mean no SEC East this year – there will obviously be growing pains. But it’s the best thing for the program – and for next year and the year after that (and maybe the year after that).

  10. Dylan Dreyer's Booty

    Senator, did you order a Code Red on Seth Emerson?

  11. ClydeBoogie

    Musafa…..Musafa!!! Eason…Eason….say it again ooooohhh!! EASON ooohh I like it!

  12. Gonna put some ‘Jesus on the Cross Suffering’ images in your heads to calm down this Bulldog pr0n talk.

    If Eason starts, it shows how utterly incompetent our existing stable of QBs are and what an extraordinary job the prior coaching staff did putting them in a position to be successful.

  13. Cojones

    Senator, if you write another one about whispers and Chubb’s name is mentioned – Oh Lordy! – got to get somewhere quick. sorry.

  14. If we’re 2-2 when the Vols roll into town, I’ll be OK. If Eason starts those four games, I’ll be more than OK.

  15. Semper Fi Dawg

    eason