Jordan Fuller on the overturned fumble return: "I’m not paid to be a ref, but it looked like he caught it to me. But I’m not paid to do that, I’m not even paid to play football."
— Joey Kaufman (@joeyrkaufman) December 29, 2019
Daily Archives: December 29, 2019
I guess that means he’s figured out how to fix everything in time for the Sugar Bowl.
By the way, whoever at ESPN decided to offer the Skycast option for yesterday’s semis, bless you. After enduring Mark Jones’ non-stop blather during the Penn State-Memphis game, watching games without commentary from the booth was a total balm for my senses.
Feel free to extend the experiment. Think how much money you could save ditching broadcast teams!
Sounds like the press played a variation of “Where’s Waldo?” at yesterday’s Georgia practice ($$).
In all, six Georgia players who started in the SEC championship will not be there for the Sugar Bowl, and up to 20 scholarship players were not spotted at Saturday’s practice, missing it for one reason or another. [Emphasis added.]
Somewhere, Mark Richt is out there thinking “if you never sign that many kids in the first place, you don’t have to worry about them missing the bowl game”.
My takeaway from the semi-finals is a simple one.
You know, it’s not like they even had a dog in the hunt — LSU was already in the finals. This was just incompetent fuckery for the sheer sake of it. Well played, fellas.
Update to last night.
I guess it’s the Columbus version of the loser getting beanie weenies.
I hope they saved a piece for Corch.