The best laid plans of mice and Greg Sankey

So much for that whole “every SEC team will play a ten-game schedule” mantra, boss.

That will still leave the Aggies with a game against Tennessee, and I have to admit I’m kinda hoping Vanderbilt has to take a pass on the Vols, so that Pruitt can finish the year on a seven-game losing streak.



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7 responses to “The best laid plans of mice and Greg Sankey

  1. aucarson

    DOUBLE DIGIT losing streak. Heh.

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  2. Teacher Martin

    Don’t expect UGA to play Vandy game.


    • W Cobb Dawg

      But with all the rescheduling its looking unlikely the sec will be able to scare up another opponent for us if (when) Vandy admits they aren’t gonna show.


  3. thunderdawg42

    Smells like a response to the ACC’s move vis-á-vis Clemson + Notre Dame. Ole Miss nearly upset Bama, and is perfectly capable of outscoring A&M. Strategic cancellations are so hot right now.


  4. stoopnagle

    I don’t think it’ll happen, but the SEC could move A&M v Tennessee to this weekend, move Vandy-UT to next weekend, cancel Georgia-Vandy and add Georgia-A&M for next weekend. Y’all want some of that?

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  5. Tony BarnFart

    Well, if one of the 3 west teams we haven’t played isn’t available for substitution, I hope Greg is pushing for a waiver so we can fill the last slot with ANYBODY (not Tech), have our 4th home game and host a senior day.


  6. Dylan Dreyer's Booty

    This Covid issue has been the problem that was predicted for college football (and other sports as well), but I don’t UGA has had a game canceled because we had too many positive tests. I am kind of proud of that, but I wonder what the reason is. Is it Courson and staff? Buy in from the team as a whole? Just lucky? Clarke County in general has a low positivity rate, especially considering it is a college town.