Monthly Archives: July 2016

“Some women faced the prospect of their family being notified.”

Good Lord, Baylor.

“A number of victims were told that if they made a report of rape, their parents would be informed of the details of where they were and what they were doing,” said Chad Dunn, a Houston attorney who represents six women who have sued Baylor under the anonymous identification of Jane Doe.

I’m having a hard time deciding which of Baylor’s and Penn State’s administrations were the more despicable.


Filed under Baylor Is Sensitive To Women's Issues, Crime and Punishment

“I got fired. He doesn’t need to hear from me. He needs to hear from the people who were successful.”

Ray Goff, bless his heart.


Filed under Georgia Football

T-minus one to preseason camp

David Paschall asks some obvious questions here, but I think we may have just found out what the biggest one is as we head into tomorrow.


Filed under Georgia Football

Today, in comparisons you weren’t expecting

Greg McElroy has just caused me to re-evaluate my mental image of Jacob Eason.

“I do think Eason from an arm talent standpoint might be as talented as anybody in the entire country,” McElroy said. “The guy that I think only rivals him in arm talent alone is Jeremy Johnson at Auburn…”

Oof.  Maybe bringing Eason along slowly isn’t such a bad idea after all.


Filed under Georgia Football

“They take care of themselves first, and us last.”

If Mark Emmert should ever part ways with the NCAA, this looks like the perfect career opportunity for him.

Amateurism is the best.


Filed under It's Just Bidness, The NCAA

Sometimes, it’s not that complicated.

Here’s a solid look over at Ole Miss blog Red Cup Rebellion at the NCAA rule that might wind up hanging Hugh Freeze.  But in the end, you don’t really need to know the details.  You just need to know his conclusion.

At the end of the day, the NCAA can do whatever the hell it wants.

Purty much.


Filed under The NCAA

“I will now pull for South Carolina to win every game but one…”

Thanks for everything, Columbia.

Although, it seems like Spurrier kinda quit pulling for South Carolina last season, now that I think about it.




Filed under The Evil Genius