Dawg porn so pure, you’ll want to inject it directly into your veins.

This will give you a real stiffy.

If your condition persists for more than four hours, you may want to consult the 247Sports Composite.

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UPDATE:  Complete remarks…

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36 responses to “Dawg porn so pure, you’ll want to inject it directly into your veins.

  1. Herecy! Everyone knows Kirby can only recruit and can’t coach – just ask SCU, UT, and UF fans. Plus, you know…that whole onside kick thing, which surely proves he’s just another Ray Goff or Brad Scott.

    Clearly it’s time for Belichick to retire.

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    • Meant to say fake punt, not onside kick. I was somehow thinking of the unsuccessful onside kick in ’17 against SCU, which too further cements the fact that Kirby simply can’t coach.

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      • Macallanlover

        What a horrible result on the fake punt, and at a spectacularly visible time, but it is time for some context to the discussion. First, had it been executed better, the call would have been considered genius. (Didn’t happen, but that has to be noted as it should be with almost every highly criticized play call.) Secondly, there was some very strong rationale on Kirby’s part to justify having that in the game plan. It isn’t like he overreacted in a crisis moment. Logic and insider knowledge was the only reason that play was an option.

        Now, there is plenty of room for criticism as well. And he is certainly getting it, Kirby is still being roasted two months later by UGA fans, and outsiders, from all points of the nation. That type of post mortem often happens with such critical plays in significant games, but lost in that is the backstory. If it were a “heat of the moment” brain fart, I could understand the veracity of the comments, but it wasn’t that at all. Kirby knew first-hand of a weakness in the Bama system, had a plan to exploit it if the opportunity arose, but it blew up on him by an inexplicable delay by Fields, and the failure of both Fields and Smart to abort the plan when circumstances justified doing so. And there is always the unknown, Bama may well have driven the field had we punted; there was plenty of time and they only needed a FG.

        We all hate what happened but there is too much blame being placed on this one play, which wasn’t a horrible idea at all. Our inability to both contain Hurts, and/or score a single point in the latter stages of the game are both bigger factors in the reason we lost. Our OL went into a shell the last quarter and a half of that game and continued to sleep through the Sugar Bowl. I would like to hear more about why that happened, on not just one play, on several dozen fails.

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        • Uglydawg

          Someone posted the Peach Bowl game replay (UGA vs VT) yesterday and I watched it last night.
          A few things stood out.
          Stafford made a living throwing to the TEs. All night long.
          The offensive line was good at picking up the pass rush.
          Georgia started the second half with a successful onside kick.(It worked so CMR was a genius).
          Georgia tried a trick play near the VT end-zone that failed miserably.(It didn’t work so CMR was a chump.)
          Mike Bobo was calling his first or second game. He went very conservative on the last two possessions running out the clock. (CMB was a chump after the first shanked punt which VT got a FG out of to pull within 7 and was a genius after the second punt when VT couldn’t move the ball one inch on their last possession)
          The energy and effort of Georgia’s defense, even in a “meaningless bowl game” was something to behold and it gave CMB the courage to go conservative on O.
          All coaches have moments of greatness and moments of despair. They can make the best call imaginable but can’t control what goes on one millisecond after the snap.
          I also very much remember Nick Saban’s special teams play being horrible and costing them a game or two. Some of the nutty ‘Bama fans wanted him fired after Auburn won on the FG return. Luckily for them, they didn’t get their way.

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    • ugafidelis

      *Heresy 😉

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  2. dawgxian

    247 sports will make it worse-#3,#1,#2 classes

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  3. Spike

    Ahhh.. what does a Belichick know about coaching anyway?

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  4. Can someone send this to Wolken?

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  5. JoshG

    The Pats take so many Dawgs, I do hate them less. If Wynn hadn’t been injured preseason, we’d see 3 playing in Pats’ unis Sunday.

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  6. JoshG

    I mean good grief, the Pats even drafted Patrick Pass.

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    • To be fair, they got him in the 6-7th round, and Pass was able to stick it out and remain on the Pats roster for 7-8 years, which is an insane feat given, well, Belichick.

      Not many late round RBs are able to go on to long NFL careers like he did.

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  7. Derek

    Is Tim going to complain that Bill should call him Coach Smart?

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  8. Salty Dawg

    Proof is in the pudding! Look how many Dawgs he drafts, meanwhile back in Atlanta…

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  9. Yeah, but maybe a few more should get through their senior year to be fully prepared. I’m just being greedy. I know money talks. It always has.

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  10. truck

    That’s great; any positive publicity for Georgia is welcome. But the lunatic fringe fanatic in me would rather be happy about attracting recruits by winning National Championships. Until then I guess I can pacify myself with being a great NFL farm team.

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    • bcdawg97

      This. I’m hoping we don’t turn into the football version of Kentucky basketball. But I think Kirby’s got some coaching growth yet so we are definitely in good position for the next few years. Just gotta cash that ticket in at some point.

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      • CB

        Kentucky won a championship in 2012, and is a legit contender most seasons. I’ll take that over Georgia’s current drought.

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        • Russ

          Yeah, last I checked Kentucky was pretty good at this basketball thing.

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          • bcdawg97

            They are. And for all of their #1 and other top classes, they only have 1 natty to show for it. I’m not saying we aren’t one of the top 5 programs currently in college football. But KY is riding a lot of “look at our NBA players” more than their “look at our titles”. One could argue they are underachieving with the talent they are accumulating.

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          • Macallanlover

            Yeah, and UGA is pretty good at this football thingy. We are Top 10 all time in wins, and playing at an even higher level now. We have the 2nd most SEC titles all time (and look at the teams we share the conference with), Sanford is always rated as one of the top 10 cathedrals of CFB, Athens usually makes the Top 5 lists of college towns, our unis (all variations) usually rank among the favorites, media experts will tell you UGA games give them them a ratings boost on most Saturdays, and our wimmin rate at, or near, the top of everyone’s lists. Of course there are many ways to rate things, and every CFB fan always wants more. Who would we trade with of all the programs one could choose? Picky, picky, picky. 🙂

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        • bcdawg97

          I agree we are now going to be in the annual contender talk for the foreseeable future. Definitely an upgrade from the Richt years.

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          • CB

            I’ll reserve the final judgement based on whether or not we ever win it all with Kirby.

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            • bcdawg97

              Agreed, which is what I was sort of trying to say above. Yes, I’m happy with where UGA is at. Yes, UGA is a top 1,2, 5-10 program among many metrics so no, I wouldn’t trade fandom with anyone other than possibly Bama. And no, I’m not a miserable person – I’ve long given up allowing 18-21 yr olds to dictate my happiness so I’m very content with life. But sorry, the inner Munson in me will always say “Show me the money”

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  11. Bright Idea

    Sinclair shouldn’t be forgotten. He’s clearly doing more than tugging on Kirby’s belt.

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  12. Milledge Hall

    BINGO Cholly!!
    That’s a good’un!!

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  13. NCDawg

    From a coaches view point a game can’t be won on just one play. Critics are like trying to reach in the dyer and come outwith a pair of matched socks.
    Review the season Coach was not the only one that made a bad decision. He saw a weakness and tried to exploit for his teams sake.
    You thinks Kirby is gonna make a call so I can screw the Dawgs. “For Heavans Sakes” lot of you Dawg Un’s are just like the talking suits without heads on TV. Ya’lls rhetoric is some where between the Maddess of CNN vs. Fox.
    Get a Life, the sun will come up tomorrow and Dawg lovers will LOVE the Dawgs Win or Lose. As a boomer I wonder where we forgot “If you can’t say something nice don’t say anything at all.” The World and Sanford Stadium would be a better place.
    Most of you critics would have to go change your pants if you had to make a call or decision that is critical in front of 92,000 rabid Dawgs. Do yourself a favor smile and enjoy life. A game does not improve your self worth Win or Lose.

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  14. Bruce Lea Lauriault

    +1 just beat those stinkin gators

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  15. doofusdawg

    I know we are rb u… when will we claim the label of center u. With Lamont we will have three in the league and at least two in Athens that will play on Sundays. In 2023 five of the 32 teams could have UGA centers. Just sayin.

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  16. Bulldog Joe

    On this, the Falcons call ‘bullshit’.

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  17. The Truth

    While most of us believe Kirby will be at UGA until retirement, if:

    a. he won 2 natties in the next five years
    b.Belichick was ready to retire, and
    c. Kirby had an NFL itch to scratch,

    Do you think Kirby might be the next coach of the Patriots?

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