Wednesday morning buffet

Hot, steaming chafing dishes… yum.

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15 responses to “Wednesday morning buffet

  1. 3rdandGrantham

    I don’t understand the rationale behind saying UT is trending upward. At all. They are coming off a disappointing season, in which Jones is on the hottest seat in the SEC. Their recruiting is waning with back to back disappointing classes, with their ’18 class also looking mediocre, which could nosedive further depending on whether Jones is let go at seasons end. Finally, they look to take a step back this year with a new QB and tons of new starters.

    The sheer talent gap alone between us and them will be large starting now and especially next year. There’s really no reason why we shouldn’t win say, 4 of the next 5 games over them while keeping them down as the established muddling program that they are.

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    • Listening to that guy talk about why he thinks UT is trending upward more than UGA is crazy. The guy claims on his website to use data to rank teams, yet his interview about it is basically, “I don’t get the feel that UGA is going in the right direction.”

      Huh?

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    • steve

      Yes.
      Plus the continuous assistant coaching staff turnover at UT under HC Jones. Strong suggestion that the little block-head is nervous and feels the heat. In fact, he just changed his agent. Another piece to a jigsaw puzzle that when completed will hopefully show a picture of a train in midair 200′ up on the way to the dirt. Courtesy of mismanagement and gravity.

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    • But, he has a Stanford Ph.D. in applied math…

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    • PTC DAWG

      Well, if he’s right, he can crow..if he’s wrong, he’ll be the only one and nobody will care.

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    • W Cobb Dawg

      uTk also has a new OC, Larry Scott. Former TE coach has never been an OC before. Couldn’t believe my eyes when I read about it. Never thought I’d say this, but this is one instance where I actually prefer having Chaney.

      Needless to say, hope we put an ass kicking on them this year in that awful stadium.

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  2. dawgtired

    On the young DL…
    The Kool-Aid part where they are hungrier and how their bodies are growing and developing, is all exciting. I feel better about that gap in DL recruiting. But the one possible glitch in the story is the comments about the change in DL coaching…Rocker to Scott. Not that Scott won’t be as good as Rocker, maybe even better, but the concern is the ‘learning his techniques’ comments. I hope they have it all down by game time. It would be nice if the kids can play full speed without having too much thinking to do…

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  3. AusDawg85

    “…all it takes is a little offensive diversity…” Yeah, that’s what we’ve been saying. Can Chaney produce? Will Kirby let him?

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  4. Uglydawg

    Hey, Sallee,
    Who will Georgia face in the first round of the playoffs, and will Auburn get in the playoffs too?

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  5. Southernlawyer11

    Georgia will win many games if the coaches pretend they’re driving a fully powered Dodge Charger from the Hertz counter instead of nervously handling Cameron’s dad’s 1961 Ferrari 250GT California.

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  6. Got Cowdog

    The article on the Olines was a good read.

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  7. Aubrey E Walker

    Billy Payne is resigning from Augusta National. Now is the time to get rid of Greg Magarity and hire Billy as our AD. Just my two cents worth

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  8. 69Dawg

    Poor Northeast, when you get to the point your students are the same mix as Georgia Tech you are out of football. Now I imagine if Tech wanted to play soccer they would be damn good.

    I was shocked, living in Florida close to Gainesville that the Wildwood High School Varsity Football team could not play two years ago for lack of players. They were a small school but had been playing football for a very long time. The good thing is they are back at it after a one year layoff.

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