But we dance just as good as we walk

Mecole Hardman explains.

I hope Demetris Robertson’s listening.

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10 responses to “But we dance just as good as we walk

  1. Greg

    Pulling for him, if he is gonna make it…gonna have to hold on to’em.

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  2. UGA '97

    Wait, we sure he’s not speaking to Fields’ supporting cast at Ohio State?

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  3. Salty Dawg

    Archie Bell and the Drells, baby! Tighten Up!

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  4. TimberRidgeDawg

    Now make it mellow

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  5. Dolly Llama

    I was going to come and give a shout for Archie Bell and the Drells, but I’ve been beat twice. Props, Senator.

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  6. The Dawg abides

    I hope Coley does a better job of convincing Kirby the importance of utilizing all your fucking weapons. You can still play situational football and be physical in the run game. Watching Justyn Ross ball out in the championship game got me to wondering, would he be sitting for us if he hadn’t yet learned perfect downfield blocking technique? Probably so.

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    • W Cobb Dawg

      We had some pretty good WR talent on the bench last year. But it’s arguable whether we had better WRs than Godwin, Hardman, Ridley and Holliman as backups. So even though blocking is a big consideration I still think we’re seeing our best WR talent on the field. Guys like DRob would have to be one heckuva talent to beat those starters out for more playing time imo.

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    • Dawgoholic

      Dude, @NascarDawg talks with Kirby weekly. We good on downfield blocking.

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  7. Comin' Down The Track

    I have sung this jam live. The drummer hates it. He best tighten up.

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  8. Glad to see that soundbite, true dat. Not sure about his route running or hands, but good luck to him. He came a long way from the 1st half of the 2017 season with his ability to catch. Think he needed another year but his speed and return skills will give him his shot. Listen up young receivers, he speaks the truth about being a UGA receiver.

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