And now for something completely different.

Well, this is an unexpected development.

Special teams coordinator: Shane Beamer (Georgia)

Georgia went 4-for-4 on field goals, including the game-winner as time expired to win at Kentucky. They also averaged 41 yards on five punts, with two landing inside the 20. Kentucky started nine drives at its own 25-yard line or back, as Georgia won the field position battle.

It’s all coming together, right?

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37 responses to “And now for something completely different.

  1. SCDawg

    Hmm. You see who won the DC award right?

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  2. Uglydawg

    right. Actually, who knows? I think the last quarter was Eason’s turning point, though. Auburn best not stack the box…And if KS can see the benefit of having the kid operate out of the hurry up, we have a shot…at Auburn.
    I do feel better about the GT game and the possibility of a bowl game.
    And I WOULD love a re-match with TN in a bowl…but it ain’t happening,

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  3. Nate Dawg

    So does all that make up for the Kentucky TD after the fumbled punt? I mean, did we break even on ST?

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  4. Russ

    They misspelled his name. It’s actually spelled K-e-v-I-n B-u-t-l-e-r.

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  5. Go Dawgs!

    Georgia even came close to finally setting up McKenzie to break a big punt return in the game. Of course, McKenzie still has a little too much belief in his superhuman abilities and muffed the punt that turned out to be a real killer in the game. That was really the only blemish on the special teams for the game, though. I was disappointed that Hardman didn’t get to return the kickoff when he was put out there in Reggie’s place. I’m dying to see what he can do.

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  6. Irwin R. Fletcher

    The game winner was great…but that 49 yarder was the one that got me excited.

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  7. W Cobb Dawg

    Beamer has a long way to go just to achieve mediocrity. He’s been our most consistently lousy assistant coach. Though it has been a pretty close competition between Beamer, Pittman, Chaney, and Coley. Not sure which one of these guys will end up the winner of the first annual Lakatos award.

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  8. WarD Eagle

    Of course UGA gets a decent running game going, throws the ball reasonably well, and gets special teams working before this coming Saturday.

    Of course AU’s injured QB has to come in to save a game against Vandy, and they lose their best two running backs and #1 receiver.

    Ugh.

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  9. 69Dawg

    Beamer was not the guy talking to @Ronthekicker3 before and after every kick it was The Butler. I don’t know whose idea it was but it was golden.

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  10. smithbaby1

    Maybe all the other special teams coordinators were worse and they had to fill the spot with someone…

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  11. Greg

    I’m still trying to figure out how William Ham was chosen as the starting kicker over Rodrigo to begin the season.

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  12. Will Trane

    The coach on the sidelines with Blankenship is Kevin Butler.
    Go back and watch the game.
    Amazing how poor viewer eyesight is.
    Blinded by bias and just getting an inaccrurate story out.
    The Clinton Broafcast Company game crew is biased against UGA. Pruitt does not exist at Bama.
    But Pruitt has put bama’s defense in a seoarate league.
    The man can simply coach. Same with Butler. 12 points were big in the scheme of that game.

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  13. TMC DAWG

    I don’t know if he will have the job or not but offer ST to Butler. What hurt could it do?

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