Daily Archives: April 11, 2018

How ’bout a little Dawg porn today?

Observations from an ESPN talking head:

If you need to be off by yourself for a little while, I understand.


Filed under Georgia Football

Mark Bradley hasn’t come to bury Paul Johnson’s contract extension.

He’s come to fellate it.  And so you don’t have to waste your time reading his kiss-assery — honestly, the more praise in that direction, the merrier, as far as I’m concerned — just catch the lazy, reflexive nip he takes at Georgia:

Station Kirby Smart at a school where calculus is a requirement and see how many 5-stars he signs.

Yeah, put the genius some place where his warm and fuzzy personality wouldn’t be handicapped by those damned academics and watch the magic begin.


Filed under Academics? Academics., Georgia Tech Football, Media Punditry/Foibles, Recruiting

Even beat writers get goosebumps.

Nice walk down the ’17 season’s memory lane by Seth Emerson.

There never will be another season quite like that one. Oh, there might be national championships, but Alabama fans and media members will tell you the first unexpected title run always holds a unique place in the hearts and minds of those who were there for it. There’s a joy that comes with the unexpected that turns to pressure in ensuing years. Last season had that joy, even if the ending was painful.

Throw in the fact that the season saw trips to Notre Dame and the Rose Bowl – in the same season – along with two championship games in Georgia’s own backyard, and 2017 will be almost impossible to beat when it comes to the memory bank.

I second that emotion.


Filed under Georgia Football

Victim of a victimless crime

Joe Monaco, a spokesman for the University of Kansas, said in a statement: “Earlier today, we learned that the University of Kansas is named as a victim in a federal indictment. The indictment does not suggest any wrongdoing by the university, its coaches or its staff. We will cooperate fully with investigators in this matter.”

Considering that Kansas just played in the Final Four with a player alleged to have received a payment, that’s some victimhood thing you got going there, Joe.  Er’rybody got paid!

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Filed under Crime and Punishment, The NCAA

“We’re just going to bring some power.”

These days, I’m not sure it’s possible to write an article about Georgia’s offensive line that doesn’t make me smile.


Filed under Georgia Football

Room with a view

Check out the vantage from Northwestern’s fancy new IPF.

I have to admit that might get my ass out of bed in the morning to get my workout done.  Nice.


Filed under Big Ten Football

“They didn’t invite you. Trump invites you.”

(Ricky Carioti/The Washington Post)

You may have heard that the Alabama football team was honored yesterday for winning the national championship.  It was a meeting of two men at the peak of their respective powers.

To no one’s surprise, one of those men spoke movingly about his role in the event…

“It was truly a win for the ages,” Trump said. “I don’t know if you know, but I was there.”

… and one man worked while he was there.

All in all, just another day at the White House.


Filed under Nick Saban Rules, Political Wankery