You can’t spell shitstorm without… well…

If you think it’s a trifle sad South Carolina can’t make a decision about what to do with the Georgia game, make sure you check out what’s going on to our south, where nobody in the state of Florida seems to know how to handle Saturday’s game with LSU.

The CliffsNotes version can be told in three tweets.

Playing the Katrina card?Β  Strong.



Thanks, Obama!


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132 responses to “You can’t spell shitstorm without… well…

  1. No One Knows You're a Dawg

    We’ve got a couple of SEC athletic departments trying to play chicken with a Cat 4 hurricane.

    Maybe they should ask Ray Nagin and Kathleen Blanco who won when they tried it.

    • Thatguy

      You can write to Ray Nagin federal inmate No. 32751-034, C/O the Federal Corrections Institute Texarkana…

    • Connor

      Yeah, far better to be called gutless by the more rabid sections of your fanbase for moving a game preemptively than be responsible for avoidable civilian deaths in the aftermath of a disaster everyone saw coming.
      It’s kind of insane that this is a debate. Move/cancel it, just don’t do anything that might negatively impact the evacuation/preparation process for the sake of a football game.

      • Cojones

        To be fair, the path was changed slightly inland this morning (making it more dangerous to Gainesville than was earlier predicted) and may pass well before their game time. It will be there tonight and gone by tomorrow afternoon.

        • 81Dog

          I’m sure it wont do any damage to the Slabtown infrastructure as it blows through, so they should be just peachy for hosting a game once the sun comes out.

  2. Scorpio Jones, III

    Gosh, I just hope these folks get all this worked out without endangering anybody. Other than the home teams, of course.

  3. Cojones

    Yeah, Bluto. Cat 5 and hit head-on near shore; that’s the big diffs.

    You forgot his mention of the death toll. Sounds like a Republican Senator talking to a Republican Gov. I’m surprised he didn’t call out the death toll in Haiti for more leverage, then went to Vitter’s site and saw that he referenced Haiti earlier. He was building up to the earthshaking warning to the Gov and is keeping it in his back pocket if the Gov doesn’t do his bidding. From such a warning from a big sugar state as Louisiana, I’m surprised the sugar cartel of Gov Scott backing isn’t wading into the fray.

    Meanwhile, environmentalist friends in Fl are praying for a big rain to flush some of Scott’s Big Sugar pollution out of the Everglades and eastern state rivers. They say that he has destroyed east and west coast tourism and fishing for some time to come.

    • Napoleon BonerFart

      Yep. The algae problem is Florida is no more than three years old. It certainly isn’t the result of decades of development and agriculture. Nope. It’s completely the fault of whatever guy has the (R) after his name. And that’s as far as I want to think about that topic.

      • Cojones

        The Republicans are running the Legislature down there and the Gov is teamed up with them and Big Sugar. Plenty of evidence of that statement and no innuendos necessary. If you didn’t see photos of the fish kills for the last two months and read the reports of their citizens, you would never see the pollution they have caused. It is huge and lasting. It is not a a smallish local issue anymore since it impacts the entire southern part of that state. Billions that were set aside earlier to fight Okeechobee pollution has been raided and spent on other political pork of the Republicans as controlled by their Gov and Legislature. Yep, it sure does have a Republican label on it, near-past or older-past. Take a look.

        Georgia avoided those pollution pitfalls beginning back in Carter’s tenure (and before if you want to see what an informed Legislature did back then in stopping phosphate mining in the marshes; exactly where most east coast shrimp hatch). I was always proud of my state Legislature for their understanding of ecology and for the work that UGA’s Dr Eugene Odum (known in biological circles as “The Father of Ecology” and wrote the first textbook of Ecology) did in educating them of the pollution problems that they successfully stopped.

        • Sides

          Wow, you are on quite a high horse with this issue. I did not realize Georgia didn’t have any pollution problems. Why doesn’t the rest of the country know the Georgia state Democrats have solved pollution? I guess it is the Republicans in SC that have polluted the Savannah River.

          • Macallanlover

            He killed way too many brain cells long ago. Very confused by this whole political thingy. Just tends his garden and watches football. Obviously hasn’t followed politics in the last five decades. But that may not be a bad way go, just stay quiet and no one will know had badly out of touch you really are concerning the world’s status. Probably thinks Killary is a cute, smart chick.

            • Walt

              Actually, Cojones is stating facts. Back when Carol Browner was head of the Florida DEP, a lot more was being done to protect the environment in Florida. Since then it’s been going downhill steadily. Rick Scott never hid the fact that he was a pro business and pro development guy. Scott would rather side with industry and jobs over the environment and the environment will suffer. It doesn’t really matter what party he belongs to because he laid his cards on the table before he was elected, and he’s who the people of Florida elected. Greed supersedes party affiliation.

              Why even bring Hillary and her looks into the conversation? It’s really beneath you, macallanlover

              • No it’s not beneath him. Such banter is his highest possible achievement in this area. Killery? People who say such things have nothing beneath them. They are the things that are at the bottom.

              • AthensHomerDawg

                That’s a reach walt. Mac was referring to Balls memory of Hillary of yesteryear. She must of been a cute gal y else would Mr. Bill” I did not have sex with that woman” Clinton. Court her? I m sure he was not pointing to the aged, debilitated and swollen woman we watched the other night.
                Just sayin’

                • Walt

                  AHD, as I said, what the hell do her looks have to do with anything? You can hate her for her ideologies, but what she looks like is immaterial. If she was a babe would that change your opinion? Make you hate her a little worse? Probably not. So leave the cheap shots at home and post something of substance if you’ve got it. Leave the comments about looks for the ignorant masses.

                  And, no matter what Rush or Sean said, that “aged, debilitated and swollen woman” made Trump look like an incompetent loose cannon.

        • Napoleon BonerFart

          Hey, I agree with you. Since Republicans are in charge, I’m willing to stand with you and insist that these problems didn’t take decades to develop. Democrats are environmental saints and Republicans are environmental devils. Also, 6x more phosphorous is NOT entering Lake Okeechobee from residential and residential land to the north than sugar land to the south. That idea is just racist. Just look at the pictures instead.

          Hopefully, Florida citizens will come to their senses, elect Democrats, and outlaw sugar farms, orange groves, cattle farms, and residential neighborhoods from the Okeechobee watershed. Peace be upon them.

      • Sh3rl0ck

        The sugar lobby bribes both sides in Florida. They create the pollution and Florida taxpayers are on the hook for the damage. Phosphate pollution is causing a lot of harm to other industries in Florida along with the environmental problems. Trying to turn this into an R vs D problem is just stupid. Less than 5% of politicians give half of a shit about fixing anything. That is why this lobbying is so effective. They are all empty suits looking to get re-elected.

        The truth is we should not even grow sugar cane in this country. It is much cheaper to import sugar from Brazil than to grow it here or to use HFCS (yay, diabetes!). We have a federal tariff quota limit on sugar and sugar beets specifically to prop up inefficient and polluting sugar farms in South Florida and Louisiana. If we eliminated the tariffs and the other sugar programs designed to prop up the industry, the price of sugar, corn, beef, pork, chicken, etc. would go down. Type-2 diabetes rates would go down along with the associated health care costs. The fishing and shrimping industries would be improved without the fishkills. Alge bloom problems in south Florida would go away. The environment would be cleaner.

    • AthensHomerDawg

      A Democrat, Nagin became internationally known in 2005 in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

      Nagin was first elected as mayor in March 2002.[1] He was re-elected in 2006 even though the election was held with at least two-thirds of New Orleans citizens still displaced after Katrina struck. Term-limited by law, he left office on May 3, 2010.

      After leaving office, Nagin founded CRN Initiatives LLC, a firm that focuses on emergency preparedness, green energy product development, publishing, and public speaking. He wrote and self-published Katrina Secrets: Storms after the Storms.[2]

      In 2014, Nagin was convicted on twenty of twenty-one charges of wire fraud, bribery, and money laundering related to bribes from city contractors before and after Hurricane Katrina[3][4][5][6] and was sentenced to ten years in federal prison.[7][8]

      • Macallanlover

        His record is similar to the catastrophes of other cities under the long term watch of Dims. Dim “leaders” are only brighter than their rabid followers/puppets, and that is all they have to be. While they are certainly the easier target for blame, the truth is both parties should be blown up as our system is hopelessly broken and corrupt. Their continual job of kicking the can down the road has assured no problems are dealt with forthrightly and left to weight down those who follow.

        Would love to see election ballots not identify the party, or who is the incumbent. If people don’t know who is running by name, much less what they stand for, let them play Russian Roulette with their vote. I doubt we can do any worse than we have.

        • ASEF

          Kansas and Louisiana say hello. Michigan is over there trying to hide behind the curtains. North Carolina would say hello but they’re too busy trying to figure out whether research professors in an area known as “Research Triangle” are a good idea or not.

          The clear lesson is that when governments put their theories ahead of best practices, they look like idiots. Regardless of party affiliation.

          • or the USA in 2008 around this time of year. Republicans know that government doesn’t work and is a disaster. Just elect them and they’ll prove themselves right.

  4. hassan

    More like, you can’t spell FUBAR without UF.

  5. Ole Dokes

    “…vs. UF Univeristy (LSU)…” Most esteemed U.S. Senior Senator Vitter, I implore you to have someone in your office review your impassioned edicts!

  6. W Cobb Dawg

    Doesn’t surprise me at all. We all know gamecock and gator people don’t have sense enough to come in from the rain!

  7. ASEF

    Katrina was officially a Cat 4 at landfall, but the thing people missed in the obsessive focus on Cat-this or Cat-that was just how damned big Katrina was. The storm surge was unreal.

    Charley in Charlotte Harbor was much smaller, but it was incredibly intense within the storm itself, almost like a giant tornado.

    And some storms just lumber along, dumping enough rainfall to cause massive flooding.

    They change directions unexpectedly. They spin up tornadoes. They knock out power and close roads with flooding and debris.

    You never know with these things. Each storm is its own story.

    Side note: if this thing wraps around like they project it too, a lot of areas are going to get tropical storm rainfall twice in a week. Which would have next weekend’s games dealing with record flooding.

  8. 3rdandGrantham

    I can see both side of this argument, though I’m on the sides of the AD’s of both UF and SCU here. IMO they are doing the right thing, and waiting as long as possible to see where this storm is tracking before making a final decision. If the roles were revered and ADGM had to make a similar decision due to some natural event impacting Athens, he would be skewered to no end for making a decision to move the game on, say, Tuesday, only to see the threat continuing to dissipate closer to game time.

    This storm is tracking further east, and as of now won’t come all that close to making landfall in S.C. And by then it will be a weak cat 2 storm at best; most likely a cat 1. Its also a very compact hurricane, with peak winds >25 miles east of the western wall only being in the 20-30 mph range; basically the equivalent to a strong cold front we start seeing this time of year.

    As it stands now, the weather in Gainesville is looking just fine –cloudy with 10% chance of rain and 15mph winds on Saturday. Columbia is looking windier and wetter, but I strongly suspect this forecast will change for the better as well. In the end, I’ll be shocked if either game is moved from its current time/location.

    • Uglydawg

      Bet there won’t be any blimp shots of the field if they play.

      • Macallanlover

        Delaying the decision on the game isn’t the issue, it is not having researched and developed a Plan B, and C. No one blames them for holding out hope, until you eventually have to access the situation and meet a decision deadline. Unlike tornados, hurricanes provide enough time to make, and implement plans to avoid a catastrophe, unless you are Ray Ray Nagin, of course. I doubt either Columbia or, especially, Gainesville will have enough weather problems to make the field of play a major issue; it is all about the surrounding factors that the SC people are definitely missing out on. Gainesville has a touch of those factors to consider and think about, but SC has about a 2% chance of pulling off the Hail Mary with Mother Nature. The Blimp Shots should be fine, unless tent cities pop up all around, and in, the parking lots surrounding the stadium.

        • Soccerdawg

          I am not condoning Nagin accepting bribes and kickbacks. But you can’t pin Katrina on him. The dikes failing after the storm passed was the issue.

          • AthensHomerDawg

            I pin the dikes failing on him. He’s the mayor. It’s his “chocolate city”.
            His words. He’s responsible for sitting on his hands and flipping the race card out there.

            • Walt

              I’m from Louisiana, and when I was in college in the mid-70s we were told that one day a hurricane would hit east of New Orleans and push water into the city and flood it. This was a known risk for more than 40 years and nothing was done to try to reduce it. Nagin is another slime ball politician, but you can’t pin the effects of Katrina on him (unless you want to ignore the facts).

    • Bigshot

      Be surprised! LSU-UF has been cancelled.

  9. Uglydawg

    They just interviewed people in Columbia SC on TV…Grocery stores empty and traffic gridlocked…gas stations closing down. Someone on here said the USCe has dismissed it’s student’s to go home…and canceled all events except the friggin football game. Boom must REALLY believe that the Lord churned up and sent this hurricane so his team would have an even chance on Saturday.

    • 3rdandGrantham

      Honestly, continuing forward with the game Saturday night is a big benefit for us. The latest forecast for Columbia Saturday night is a 20% chance of showers and 25-30 mph winds. That’s it. And honestly, as I stated above I think these numbers continue to scale downward (I’m thinking no rain and 10-15 mph winds.)

      Yet, I’d guess that the stadium will only be 60-70% full and fairly listless by their standards compared to most years over there. Let’s face it, playing at SCU has always been a nightmare for us, but this year they won’t have near the home field advantage as typical.

      Oh yea…Eason has a cannon of an arm. The only thing I’m worrying about passing the ball is he throwing into a downwind and puncturing a hole in a WR’s chest.

      • Ray Goff

        I can’t believes anyone thinks its no big deal to play a football game the day after a hurricane passes through town. Evidently you’ve never been through one. I am sure the fans in Florida and South Carolina have nothing better to do than travel to a football game after they have been evacuated – stop off at the big game before returning to their flooded/damaged homes. Brilliant idea.

        • 3rdandGrantham

          Check the latest track — the hurricane won’t pass anywhere close to Gainesville or Columbia. As mentioned, the hurricane itself won’t even make landfall with the SC coast, and given its unreal compactness, I suspect SC sees minimal damage. Heck Columbia will only get an inch or so of rain out of it any maybe 20mph winds. Yet you’re attempting to make it seem like the hurricane will ‘pass through town’ of each locale. Nice.

          I just spoke to a friend of mine in the Winter Park (Orlando) area, which is a big evacuation zone for all those east of them which is supposed to take a direct hit. He said that, aside from the typical grocery store buzz and such, everything is quite normal.

          • 3rdandGrantham

            BTW, as a former long timer coastal Florida resident back in the peak hurricane activity years of the early-mid 00’s, I’ve lived through quite a few hurricane events.

          • hassan

            FYI…the issue in Columbia isn’t that they will get a lot of rain. The problem is that the governor already ordered the evacuation of the coast and the evacuees are largely in Columbia (and on up into the upstate area). So imagine gameday traffic and the strain on the infrastructure times 2. And then add in gameday traffic on top of that. Haley said that if you want to have the game, you will have no support from the state. That means no state troopers directing traffic or SLED working security.

            • Scorpio Jones, III

              There is also a good chance power will be out Saturday in Columbia, according to NOAA and FEMA. If its out Saturday, it will probably be mid week before it is back on…

              • Walt


                You’ve obviously never been through a hurricane. I’ve been through several and you don’t try to second guess the weather unless you’re an idiot.

      • Cojones

        Good shots all, 3rd. I was going to post about Eason’s arm being an advantage in a windstorm, whereas, you bloviated that advantage much better.

        Sic’em Dawgs.

      • Debby Balcer

        So you want the team to travel towards the storm tomorrow?

        • 3rdandGrantham

          Why not. They might be traveling towards the storm, but they still won’t be anywhere near it and will barely feel the effects of it.

          • 69Dawg

            As somebody who went through Charley you never know what will happen with a hurricane until it happens. Charley was going to Tampa until it turned right into Charlotte Harbor for a run across the state. I’m sitting in The Villages right now hoping that this storm stays out at sea and actually turns north instead of northwest but unlike all those hurricanes you went through this one is going to go the length of the states east coast. Foley said the UF LSU game was cancelled because you can’t hold a sporting event without there being any first responders and the city and county and state said there would be none. So yea we can send our team into Columbia and pray that the hurricane keeps to it’s course, until it doesn’t, then it will be too late.

    • Will (The Other One)

      That, and apparently the chicken fanbase is convinced their governor is in the tank for Clemson, because Clemson didn’t have to move their game last year, and the chickens had to play a home game in Red Stick (as if they wouldn’t have lost by a similar margin at home…)

      • None

        Reading some Sakerlina boards about this whole ordeal is a lot like trying to shave with a banana. It just makes you feel fucking stupid.

  10. John Denver is full of shit...

  11. Walt

    Why politicize this? When Rachel Carson wrote Silent Spring in 1962, Democrats were in control and held power for many more years. Both parties are to blame for the Everglades problems, and plenty of Democrats have shirked their environmental responsibilities. However, Rick Scott, has drastically cut funding for the Florida DEP and water management districts, he’s put developers on boards that decide environmental issues, and has been a horrible steward of the environment. I don’t care if he’s a Republican, but his tenure has been truly disastrous from an environmental perspective.

    • Walt

      This was a reply to Napoleon Bonerfart. Not sure how I put it here. Operator error most likely.

    • Uglydawg

      Because it’s the nature of one party to politicize everything. It’s hard to go against one’s nature. There’s at least one poster on here that would find a way to politicize cutting a cantelope in half.

    • 3rdandGrantham

      I’m politically agnostic when it comes to both Dems and Repubs, so I’m not touching that. But IMO I thought that was a terribly written letter — flat out cheesy at best. His reference to Katrina was pathetic, and by the way comparing this hurricane to that one is asinine.

      He then closes what was a serious letter in overall tenor with a reference to ESPN’s C’mon man segment, and somewhat jokingly warning that he will be make fun of by Chris Berman and crew if he doesn’t cancel the game. Dude, you’ve got to be kidding me.

      I swear, politicians on both sides are so insulated from reality that they have little to no self-awareness.

      • Will (The Other One)

        I mean, Vitter was the same guy busted for having a diaper fetish with DC prostitutes, so it’s hardly surprising he can’t be a grown-up.

        • AthensHomerDawg

          I want to say one thing to the GTP people. I want you to listen to me. I’m going to say this again: Vitter did not have sexual relations with those prostitutes, while wearing a diaper. I never told anybody to lie, not a single time; never. These allegations are false. We need to go back to blogging about college football. Thank you.

    • AthensHomerDawg

      Walt…just where do you live? Did you buy raw land and build your own house? Just how do ypu think the water to your home in your subdivision and the roads and sewer got there anyway?

    • Dog in Fla

      Rick Scott is horrible. FIFY

  12. 81Dog

    I’m surpised Obama didn’t offer to wade into the surf around Daytona Beach and just compel the storm to turn away with the power of his charm and persuasiveness. It would be about as effective as anything else he’s tried the last 8 years, save for getting himself elected.

    • illini84

      Fuck you asshole.

      • AthensHomerDawg

        Damn son. Do we have to put yout and that red teddy bear in time out?

      • TerryGrad2016

        Brilliant response. Serious question: do you search for random people who aren’t Obama d*** riders to unleash your intimidating internet rage? I mean come on now; you’re supposed to be an enlightened one. Use your politically correct language please.

      • Rick

        This is our fanbase, Illini. They gleefully traded away the best coach in school history for a nobody, and will gleefully pull the lever for the orange one next month.

      • 81Dog

        Sorry, Mrs. Obama. All in good fun, right? β˜ΊοΈπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

      • OrlandoDawg

        Are you the same guy who’s always posted under this handle? In the past you had some pretty good posts, even if I didn’t always agree. Lately you just come across as angry and actually make this place less enjoyable.

      • 69Dawg

        Once again a well reasoned and short reply. Obviously you were a Rhodes Scholar.

    • AthensHomerDawg

      Perhaps an “executive order” would do.

    • Sides

      We need a trigger warning on this comment.

    • Noonan

      “this was the moment when the rise of the oceans began to slow and our planet began to heal”

    • doiknowu

      Bin Laden would disagree, but, you know, he’s dead. At the orders of a POTUS whose political foes said would never do it, no less.

      • TerryGrad2016

        Correct, he killed Bin Laden. Then proceeded to blame Benghazi, Isis, and radical Islamic terrorism on Christians, guns, and bigotry. Missing anything?

        • Yet he’s more popular than his predecessor and the two current candidates. Funny ole world, isn’t it.

          • TerryGrad2016

            Popularity is hardly a measure of success in any measurable way. Also, it would be hard to not be more popular than the two we have now. I’m not excited about voting for either of the two quite honestly.

            • illini84

              Who gives a shit?

              • TerryGrad2016

                Even better argument than earlier. I’m sure you’re quite the scholar. Any other wisdom that you would like to impart?

                • Yea genius, you tell us all about who “created Isis”. Then tell us abut the 200,000 Iraqi’s and 4000 Americans killed in the war started by your boys.

                  • TerryGrad2016

                    First, I never said Obama created Isis. I am not a conspiracy theorist or stupid. Secondly, the Iraq War wasn’t handled well, but we did not start it either. 2,996 people were killed and 6,000 more were wounded before we fired a shot in that war. Yeah, there was a reason to fight.

                  • 81Dog

                    Are you calling Hillary a boy? She voted for it.

      • AthensHomerDawg

        Oh c’mon. You believe that? Did you keep your health insurance too?
        “The real story, according to the report, is that members of Pakistani intelligence services were privy to the raid months before it happened and that it was a β€œwalk-in” Pakistani intelligence officer who gave up the location of Bin Laden rather than a CIA operation that tracked him down by following various couriers.”

        • Uglydawg

          The idiot had to give the OK. If he had let BL get away, he would have had to resign when it got leaked..and it would have been leaked.
          To act like he did something noble or courageous is laughable. Give the US Military it’s functioned even when it’s own Head’s heart wasn’t in it.

  13. Normaltown Mike

    How bout Ga Dome host UGA vs USC, UF vs LSU & FSU vs. Da U in back to back to back games for the most epic Saturday ever?

    Georgia State can play in the parking lot at Turner Field

    • ApalachDawg

      Epic. Best comment of the year.
      But….just like David Allen Coe, I think there is another verse to Normaltown’s post – After the last game, there should be a NWA/WWE steel cage match with the head coaches, team pairings – UGA, LSU, FSU vs USC, UF, Da U.

    • sniffer

      That can’t possibly be right, Soccerdawg. 3rd&Grantham said its going to be fine in Columbia on Saturday and he knows everything, lived everywhere, worked every job and done everything. So, save your sad little comment, would ya?

      • Uglydawg

        Maybe 3rd can call in the plays for the offense. That would be awesome.

      • Ray Goff

        Sniffer, couldn’t agree more. I think 3rd&Grantham must be the most interesting man in the world. His buddy in Orlando says the wind is barely blowing. WTF are they cancelling the game for? Didn’t they see his post? BTW, I have four for South Carolina. Anybody interested? I ain’t going Sunday at 2:30. Gotta open them Zaxbys of mine!

  14. SEC just postponed LSU / Florida due to the hurricane.

    • Debby Balcer

      Glad to hear that. The team would have been traveling to FL in the storm. Hopefully safety will prevail in the decision about our game as our twam is scheduled to travel tomorrow.

  15. Charles

    Old Hotness: “Mark Richt’s teams always needed help to back into an SEC Championship Game appearance.”

    New Hotness: “Mark Richt’s teams never needed a f*ckin’ hurricane to back into an SEC Championship Game appearance.”

    Sorry. I just had to.

  16. Bob

    And they said Unlikely to be made up. So how does that work with both Florida and LSU still in the race for Atlanta. This is a bit different than cancelling McNeese State or Idaho.

  17. Bob

    Clearly Mark Richt has lost control of his Hurricane.

  18. A10Penny

    It’s sad to see how incompetent these Athletic Departments and the league are showing themselves to be, but we can take solace in the fact B-M isn’t alone in buffoonery.

  19. Skeeter

    I’m just here for the political talk.

  20. Don in Mar-a-Lago

    The weather is here. Wish I were beautiful.

  21. Bob

    Game moved to Sunday. Time to be determined.

  22. Bob

    Rumor out of Columbia is 2:30 PM Sunday Kickoff

  23. Minnesota Dawg

    Hell, I just looked at a couple of SEC schedules and it took me about 3 minutes to come up with a plan to play all these games without playing this weekend. Just involves taking advantage of already scheduled bye weeks. Feel free to pass this on to the geniuses running things in Birmingham, Baton Rouge, Gainesville, etc.

    Oct 15: UGA @ USCe
    Oct 22: UGA v. UF
    Oct 29: Vandy @ UGA; UF @ LSU

  24. Lordy, this blog thread went down hill very quickly. Prozac for everyone.

  25. Russ

    Per ESPN, postponed until Sunday, time TBD.

  26. Debby Balcer

    UF ends up winning by not playing and we get one less day of rest before our next game. Kirby expierences The Georgia Way.

  27. Cousin Eddie

    All the postponement was trying to figure out how to charge mother nature and Mathew for attending the games. It is all about the money.

  28. Will Trane

    UGA has a very weak AD.
    We drop this game on the road and then drop the next to Vandy at home.
    Well someone needs to fire the AD.
    Unlikely either of these teams destined for the Dome.
    Play it at the end of the season.
    Playing this on Sunday after this Cat 4_1 storm has raked life and property from the Keys to Norfolk shows complete lack of thinking and leadership.
    Oh the pollution from metro Atlanta thru Hooch and Flint.
    Thanks to you dumb asses in metro Atlanta
    Get your head oht of your constat politics and climate change

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