Now, leave the goddamned bottle and go away.
Now this is some Olympic-level trolling.
I’d call that a good day’s work.
If you’re trying to figure out why you might be a little conflicted about Georgia’s 24-point win last night, this chart might help.
Basically, the offense was hell on wheels until the down marker struck three.
Just a reminder that South Carolina passed on Lincoln Riley to hire Boom. Not that I’m complaining, mind you.
With all due apologies to Boobie Whitlow, I’m not one of those people who roots for rival SEC programs when they’re not facing Georgia so the conference looks good. Screw that nonsense; I wanna watch ’em burn to the ground.
Speaking of burn, you can call this a metaphor or an omen for what unfolded in Neyland Stadium yesterday. Either works.
Your boat sunk and your team sucked. But at least you have your health.
You say that like it’s a bad thing, Barrett.
UT’s offense looked disorganized and its defense looked disinterested — clearly, a tribute to a great coaching staff.
But I would be remiss if I let the ultimate blame fall on Jeremy Pruitt. Nah, let’s give credit where credit is really due.
Gawd, that makes me so happy.
Here’s how you make Greg Sankey proud.
Apparently, neither could Gus’ lucky rabbit’s foot.
Mark Richt’s football cuddle wasn’t the most surrealistic moment of the day yesterday. Hands down that would have to go to Hugh Freeze, who chose to coach his Liberty team from a hospital bed.
That’s the look of a man whose afraid he’s gonna be wally pipped if he doesn’t show up for work.
This was… inspirational, I suppose.
Or maybe it was just a thank you for coaching his team to a shutout.
Yeah, this happened on national television.
Hey, there were times he made decisions that made me feel like that, too.
Scenes from a “road” game:
And vice versa.
Dial this one up to the 4:50 mark.
I had the same thought watching.
Dawgnation, you did yourself proud last night.