“It wasn’t as bad as we originally thought.”

I suspect we won’t be seeing Mr. Thompson until the Cocktail Party.  Considering how the d-line looked in his absence Saturday, the opposition for the next two weeks followed by the bye week, I can live with that.


Filed under Georgia Football, The Body Is A Temple

10 responses to ““It wasn’t as bad as we originally thought.”

  1. Jared S.

    It goes without saying I don’t want us to sleep on Vandy or Mizzou….

    But I sure am glad we have two clearly inferior teams and a bye week lined up before our inevitable stomping of UF.


    • Bulldog Joe

      It’s good news for Trent and the team.

      Since most of the team was there for the Vanderbilt and Missouri games last year, I don’t see them sleeping on either one.


      • Russ

        Kirby has me believing that this team won’t sleep on anyone. That’s the biggest improvement I’ve seen this year.


  2. W Cobb Dawg

    Add Trent to the long list of Dawg players to return from utk with an injury! Coincidence? I think not.


  3. NCDawg

    Careful not to erroneously mix the meds big guy.


  4. AusDawg85

    First Eason, now Thompson. Can’t Kirby coach them better not to get injured?


    • Mayor

      Since you brought it up that’s two more Georgia star players injured in Knoxville. Thompson’s injury is another knee. When is B-M going to do something?


  5. It appears that the Ga./Fla. game winner also wins the East.
    Get everybody healthy And ready to play.
    The Gaturds will do the same. Talk about Big Games. This Is It,


  6. Mayor

    I hope he is back by the WLOCP. We’re going to need him if only to overcome the refs.