“But I think it’s clear that something isn’t right in Athens.”

Man, talk about your screaming hot takes

When a five-star offensive lineman, who would’ve been a key player for Georgia, decides he’d be willing to not play to get away from the program, it’s a major red flag.

And if the Butch Jones era at Tennessee taught me anything, it’s that red flags shouldn’t be ignored (remember all the players that left UT when Jones was the head coach).

Smart is obviously a better X’s and O’s coach than Jones. I don’t think there’s any debate there. But the off-the-field stuff? They might not be so different in that area.

Georgia fans might want to pay attention to the program Smart is running, because it could be a charade similar to what Jones had in place on Rocky Top for five seasons.

That’s some five-star bullshit right there.  You have been warned.

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25 responses to ““But I think it’s clear that something isn’t right in Athens.”

  1. siskey

    I mean the parallels are obvious; both are SEC East schools, both have football teams, both have players who transfered somewhere else. I mean remember when Butch won the SEC in his 2d season and then followed that with 2 consecutive seasons winning the division and going to Sugar Bowls.
    This writer isn’t smart he’s just writing what would be obvious to anyone with a brain full of whip its and their head up their ass.

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  2. Corch Irvin Meyers, New USC Corch (2021)

    What a fucking asshate.

    Fuck THAT motherfucker.

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  3. mwodieseldawg

    More bulletin board material?

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  4. Did someone from StingTalk right that for him?

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  5. FlyingPeakDawg

    Something is seriously wrong at A to Z Sports. You don’t see Zach hanging around with the Taliban and other terrorists, but they exist. One can only conclude that Zach is hiding terrorists from us.

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  6. NotMyCrossToBear

    I think it’s clear that the writer is a damn idiot.

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  7. It’s not really a secret why Cade went back to Knoxville: he wanted to play with his brother, and his mom lost consortium with his dad’s pinky. Athens has some toxicity, but I doubt it impacts the football team the way it impacts the campus and city at large.

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  8. Corch Irvin Meyers, New USC Corch (2021)

    Zach revels in the two logical fallacies are the hallmarks of almost all dumbass college football bloggers:

    Causal fallacy and appeal to ignorance.

    The former is used the most often, but I would make the hypothesis that the appeal to ignorance is especially effective on hillbilly Vawl fans.

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  9. I don’t think Mays wanted to leave. If he knew he was leaving, I imagine Kirby would have known and told him to empty his locker during bowl practices (no way, he would have had another Justin Fields bowl game distraction). The way he celebrated with his teammates after the bowl game didn’t indicate a kid who had one foot out the door.

    Daddy made him leave, so he could be back in the good graces of the Knoxville/UT crowd. All of the other stuff is window dressing.

    I hope the crowd of Georgia linebackers cracks his head multiple times on Saturday.

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    • Corch Irvin Meyers, New USC Corch (2021)

      If that’s the case, and I’m not saying it is as it, but if that’s the case, that the only impetus for Mays leaving was his dad, then Baby Mays is a weak-willed bitch boy.

      As it is, I think it was a combination of many different factors, and I think the decision was made before the Sugar Bowl when Daddy Nine Fingers brought his suit against Georgia to lay the groundwork, and I do think Baby Mays wanted to leave because he felt like Pittman and Kirby did not keep their word to bring his far less talented brother to Georgia.

      That’s my two cents worth none.

      Regardless, I can’t wait for Ojulari and Smith make that slow-footed baby their own bitch boy next week. I’m thinking Gitmo gets sacked at least four times, with 3 of them specifically given up by Baby Mays.

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  10. D as in Dawg

    On a similar note, it’s time to fire Ed Orgeron. He showed last week he can’t get it done.

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  11. gurkhadawg

    To quote the old Derek: Fuck you, you fuckity, fuckity, fuckity, fucking fucker!

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    • Derek

      I would suggest that your comment makes clear that such language is occasionally necessary to provide well earned and accurate descriptions of the people who say stupid unsupportable nonsense. In short, sometimes people are being total fucking idiots and they won’t know unless you tell them. I saw it as providing a needed service.

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  12. Hogbody Spradlin

    My name is Zach Ragan. I’m a nobody, writing for a nothing-burger local website in the major market of Nashville Tennessee. I gotta do something to get the big boys to recognize me!

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  13. Derek

    After having not won anything of significance in this century one has to wonder if Knoxville now has something in the water that makes people who live there total and complete losers. What evidence do we have that this theory isn’t true?

    None.

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  14. Dylan Dreyer's Booty

    Is Zach ‘Q’ in his real job?

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  15. Russ

    I feel dumber for just clicking the link. I didn’t even have to read the article.

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