Listen to your heart

David Andrews, another Dawg in town for the Super Bowl:

New England is practicing this week at, of all places, Georgia Tech, where Patriots offensive lineman Shaq Mason played.

“I like to remind him that I’m 3-1 against him and he likes to remind me that he beat us his senior year and that’s all that matters and it was between the hedges,” Andrews said.

Andrews sounds like he’s putting up with preparing for the game at the home of the Yellow Jackets.

“I thought about bringing a bunch of Georgia stickers and sticking them all around the facility,” he said. “We were in there working out and I had my Georgia G shirt on. I’m behind enemy lines now.”

Follow your instincts, David.  After that hedge munching, stickers sound just fine.


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13 responses to “Listen to your heart

  1. Captain Obvious

    Images of Snoopy behind enemy lines from Charlie Brown’s Great Pumpkin special come to mind here.


  2. DawgPhan

    Didnt he famously take a nice bit outta their field?


  3. Boss Andrews … DGD.

    From Wesleyan School to UGA to undrafted free agent to Super Bowl starter for the New England Patriots.

    He’s one of the guys who does prove the inverse of the recruiting axiom that “Stars matter.”


  4. Bulldog Joe

    Good. He and Sony can pick up our rent check.


  5. 81Dog

    It figures Shaq Mason thinks the 1 is more important than the 3. I guess it’s more proof that despite all the calculus, Tech people really do suck at basic math.

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    • Macallanlover

      Seriously, if you were 1-3 wouldn’t you just take your medicine and forget talking smack to someone that totally owned you (and that other Hail Mary kick game….pffft) ? Surely there is some Tennessee Tech or James Madison level player he can look down on. That is pitiful to only have that as a comeback.

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  6. David K

    Surprised anyone from Tech is in the NFL to be honest.


  7. “hedge munching”


  8. Russ

    Well, I hate the Patriots, but that probably a good omen for them. Andrews is undefeated in Atlanta, and especially at Mark Richt Field.