Thursday morning buffet

Fresh from the oven…

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15 responses to “Thursday morning buffet

  1. Bigshot

    Please tell me how they will determine if a bottle is factory sealed?

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    • dawgtired

      The personnel at the gate will twist the top off, listening for that ‘click’ breaking the factory seal, then take a sip to ensure it’s pure water, and hand it back to you…with a smile 🙂

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  2. DC Weez

    The Florida Depth Bomb. Tick, tick, tick . . .

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    • Comin' Down The Track

      Remember that thread from the other day about deciding who gets to be on the travel squad? At FU, it’s like, “Okay! Road trip! Everybody on the bus!”

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  3. Jared S.

    I can’t stand Danny Sheridan. I knew he was an idiot going into the 2017 season when his prediction for Georgia was: “Not going to win 10 games I’ll be surprised if they win 9”.

    https://www.saturdaydownsouth.com/georgia-football/college-football-analyst-danny-sheridan-doesnt-like-georgias-chances-year/

    But, of course, I’ll be thrilled if he’s right this year. =D

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  4. TXBaller

    A) My sources inside Mal Moore say Ansley is in WAY over his head in Knoxville
    B) Dawgs D destroyed Tua — and his Heisman hopes

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  5. Argondawg

    Florida without injuries was at 74 scholarship players. Not sure what they look like now. Has anyone in P5’s roster changed more since spring practice than Florida’s. They are literally bleeding to death down there. They have to be getting dangerously close to the 60s on available bodies. Conliffe was a backup but a big loss. They dont have a lot of big bodies to hold up to serious rushing attacks. He was 300+ with experience.

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    • W Cobb Dawg

      Agree. Losing a space-eating backup like Conliffe is a big hit, particularly in Grantham’s 3-4 defense. The mojo against fu this off-season is at a level I’ve rarely seen:-)

      But doesn’t that Conliffe news belong in the ‘daily gator’ Brother Bluto? I’ve become accustomed to a regular helping of fu bad news to start the day off right.

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  6. JasonC

    The article about Tua is just bad journalism. He basically writes off UGA as you noted and then cites teams that Tua whipped as saying he’s got a high “football IQ”, but then the team that beat him successfully disguised their coverages because he doesn’t read well. Just comes off feeling like he’s stroking Bama and Clemson.

    Interestingly, I was reading an article talking about the difficulties of evaluating high school and college QBs and the biggest issue is seeing what kind of a decision maker the QB is. Quick releases, size, arm strength and all are fairly easy to assess, but what a QB does in the moment and how they work through their progressions is the enigma.

    We’ll see how Tua does, despite what drivel this article had to share about him.

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    • Admiral Sackbar

      Tua was in J. Fields’ dream scenario last season; a one-read system that gave him plenty of time throw or plenty of green to run, depending on what suited his fancy. It’s funny to hear a guy from Ole Miss talk about his mental toughness when it only got tested twice in their entire season.

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  7. Dawg1

    Priestly is our 3rd string QB. Does that mean Martell isn’t transferring in now! 😁

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  8. Brandon

    Pruitt gave that interview in the spring about how one of the things he had learned from his 5-7 campaign was to let the people he hired do their jobs and focus more big picture. That didn’t last long.

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    • W Cobb Dawg

      I wonder whether Sherrer was pleased to get switched from co-DC to ST coordinator. In most people’s minds that’s a demotion.

      I’m not sure utk improved their coaching/recruiting staff with the hires made since 2018 ended.

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