Something’s about to emerge here…
Joshua L. Jones/AJC
Or maybe he has to inflate his head to keep his visor in place.
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GTP gives me…..inda….gestion!
“I’m still sick to my stomach for having gone to that all you can eat buffet with Jim Chaney. And the crap I took when I got home was this big. My wife took one look at me and said ‘any semblance of a jaw line you previously had is gone for good’.”
That awkward moment when Jeff Schultz ask you a question, and you throw up in your mouth a little bit.
Breaking down offensive game film from last week
Damn Chaney quit farting
Kirby Smart seen here after he has bitten off more than he can chew.
Damn. Let’s hope not.
Does this visor make me remind ya’ll of the Old Ball Sack?
Kirby – I’m stuffed. I can’t eat another bite.
Shane Beamer – Even this wafer thin mint?
Kirby tells the OL: “I swear to God, I’m gonna hold my breath until y’all start blocking.”
Headline soon after: Georgia coach Kirby Smart died today from lack of oxygen.
That visor, there, ….fine lookin headgear, although I have to say I prefer the red one.
“When you were at Alabama and the other team telegraphed run plays by formation–it was easy for y’all to stop. Now that you are Head Coach and your OC is doing the same–how does that make you feel?”
Post of the day!
In my very humble opinion Lamont wins. In fact he won if he had stopped at the word Alabama.
You wanna know how inflated their recruiting rankings were?
Plop plop fizz fizz oh what a relief it is
Self Evaluation Results
“I keep telling Chaney to attack the day, but instead he tells me Chubb and Sony, that he is to busy attacking the pie!”
Kirby and the Blowfish
I just threw up in my mouth.
I don’t remember eating that….
Coach, overall, how do you feel about the offensive play calling so far?
I am trying my best to look like Nick does sometimes.
Asked about Georgia’s playoff prospects, Larry spits out his Dr. Pepper.
“We’re always looking for the aggregate of marginal gains.” — Kirby Smart, The Athletic, 7/16/19
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