So he’s saying there’s a chance.

Greg Sankey ain’t giving up on SEC Media Days quite yet, y’all.

I’d like to see PAWWWLLL!!! conduct an interview with Saban, with both of them wearing masks.

And maybe we’ll get that media vote for Florida to win the SEC East after all.


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8 responses to “So he’s saying there’s a chance.

  1. W Cobb Dawg

    WTF is so great about sec media days being done live and in-person? Do they make money off it, or is it just the publicity? They can do all of it remotely. But if they do live or remote, be prepared to suffer the slings and arrows when that same media says they are callous about the pandemic.

    Maybe it’s time for school presidents to muzzle the athletic mouthpieces til things start looking like they’re returning to normal.


  2. FlyingPeakDawg

    What’s the appropriate social distancing from screaming Timmy Tears Teabow…10 ft? A mile? The Moon?


    • Happy Dawg

      Uh…there is no safe distance?

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    • CEPH

      Forever etched in my mind is him sitting (excuse me, kneeling) on the sidelines crying like a baby ( tears destroying the bible verse on his face) who has just had his candy taken from him. If I never heard or saw him again in my lifetime I could die peacefully.


  3. DCBasham

    Greg Sankey exists for one reason: to get two SEC teams into the college football playoff. Otherwise he’s about as useful as tits on a boar.

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  4. Dylan Dreyer's Booty

    Some of y’all are entrepreneurs, and if there is going to be a football season, some people will be wearing masks as a precaution, maybe even as a necessity. This might be a good time to start making football themed masks. The G, the Bulldawg logo, etc.

    Just a thought….


    • Macallanlover

      There will be thousands and thousands of fortunes made by those who accurately predict how things will change going forward once we come out of this mess. The apple cart has been overturned, and it will never be the same again. From where we live, to where we work, to how we socialize, what our priorities are,, etc, etc, etc., the ones who figure the puzzle out and invest in it can succeed wildly. Those too mired in the old ways could lose a substantial amount of what they had.

      And while this happened suddenly, it may take many years to work its way to its next conclusion. I have given a lot of thought to this, but the only thing that is for certain to me is we will never be the same. Love the optimism I hear, but fear there is still much pain to go. As for the masks, afraid that ship has sailed; there will be more people losing money on masks than making money it as the glut gets over filled by reactionaries. But the licensing folks at Battle’s company, and McFrugal, will be happy to sign you to an agreement at 9-15% of what you sell.


  5. “We may have to adjust, (plus)”contingency options”..does not sound like mid july in the ATL to me…more like, “see ya when i see ya”….