He sounds more conventionally wise in video.

In case you were wondering, Georgia is pretty good when it runs the ball.


Filed under Georgia Football, Mr. Conventional Wisdom

16 responses to “He sounds more conventionally wise in video.

  1. RangerRuss

    Good morning you deplorable sumbitches. Go vote. If you already voted go vote again.


  2. RangerRuss

    My apologies.


  3. Scuba

    You owe me a keyboard man. 👍

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  4. Down island way

    I yield to the great Senator from GTP, Sirrr, i have voted, …..voted that the barners are a mere smoke and mirror.. “shit show, if you will”, i have voted more that the gathering of their fandumb is a circus of ass wipesssss….this, i bring forth to you on this second day of vent and utter dislike for those flat liners that reside in the woods, whose family tree has no branches and enjoy throwing useful TP in the very tree they sleep under………..GOOOOOOO DAAWWWWGGSSS!!!!!


    • Got Cowdog

      Attaboy DIW. ‘Bout time somebody started throwing some shade on the #wartigleplainsmencheatingincrediblygulliblejimmysextonsbitchesholyshithowlongisleftonthatfuckingcontract assholes to the west. Time for them to head for woodshed, and I’m still pissed off about the hoses. Fuck auburn. GO DAWGS!


  5. Mayor

    Back to football, in a related topic Tony Barnhart recently declared that when Georgia scores more points than the other team at the end of the game, the Dawgs win over 90% of the time.


  6. LakeOconeeDawg

    The Kentucky grounds crew is still rounding up laundry left on the field from Swifts first TD run………………..

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  7. Macallanlover

    I hate to admit it, but I am singing the same song Tony is. Not many buying the “we have a chance” song, but we are a load when we use all the crayons folks. Don’t know that we will, but ain’t kneeling for no one.


  8. Tony Barnfart

    I feel like our offense hits its stride of balanced unpredictability when we put Fromm under center and employ, not just play action, but straight drop back passes on running downs. Not many college offenses use the drop back pass anymore, but I think it forms a better /safer pocket and really enhances the threat of the downhill running game.