Daily Archives: July 9, 2017

I love the smell of righteous indignation in the morning.

Kevin Scarbinsky’s all up in the grills of Auburn fans about their hypocrisy over transfers.  Why Auburn?  Um, well…

No doubt some of the same Auburn fans who applaud Gus Malzahn for blocking Antwaun Jackson’s ability to transfer to another SEC school, a school on this year’s schedule or Ohio State were thrilled when Mark Richt didn’t block Georgia safety Tray Matthews from moving to Auburn.

Matthews will be one of Auburn’s representatives this week at SEC Media Days.

Great story, bruh.  Except for one thing:  Mark Richt didn’t block Matthews’ transfer because there wasn’t a transfer to block.  Matthews was kicked off the team by Richt.

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Reliving Ray Goff

The OBC is gearing up to get his digs in at the Dawgs this season.

“Georgia will be the trendy pick, but I like the Gators getting back to Atlanta,” Spurrier recently told the SEC Network.

If that comes to pass, you can already hear him recycling one of his greatest hits (“Why is it that during recruiting season they sign all the great players, but when it comes time to play the game, we have all the great players? I don’t understand that. What happens to them?”), can’t you?

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The Urnge will rise again.

If Tennessee jumps over Georgia in the Directors’ Cup standings, is that a firing offense in Athens?  Probably not, but it should be.

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Filed under Because Nothing Sucks Like A Big Orange, Georgia Football

“I don’t care which one they throw it to, the other two gotta block.”

This clip popped up on Twitter yesterday.  You ought to listen to it, because it’s a two-minute distillation of what Kirby Smart wants on offense.

Bottom line, there’d better be a lot of shit knocking going on out there, or somebody ain’t gonna play.

As a bonus, this was my favorite response:

Gators and Dawgs, drilling together…

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Filed under Georgia Football, Strategery And Mechanics