No hard feelings, bruh.

Judging from this…

… Jamie Newman’s departure has led to more hard feelings from the fan base than his former teammates.  (Although I do wonder if the lack of a space between the “a” and the “part” is a Freudian slip.)

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15 responses to “No hard feelings, bruh.

  1. Hogbody Spradlin

    Admirable

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  2. TN Dawg

    Jaime Newman is one of the best scout team/practice quarterbacks in school history.

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  3. Spell Dawg

    I do hold him responsible for a large portion of our offensive woes, but I can’t hate him, it’s 2020 ¯_(ツ)_/¯

    It would be poetic if Trask went earlier than him in the draft. I think someone got in Newman’s ear at just the right/wrong time, convinced him it was a business decision.

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  4. TEXBaller

    From one NFL scout:

    “The timing is definitely interesting. It’s a shame because I thought he could’ve really helped himself and Monken would’ve been great fo him. I honestly think he left because he was on the losing end of the QB battle with Daniels. Everyone’s going to have their own opinion of why he left, which sucks for him. Most other scouts I talk to are all over the place on him, but the 4th to 6th round has been the most common response.” – NFL Scout

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  5. ugafidelis

    I don’t think the players analyze things like this the same as we fans do. It’s their blood, sweat, and tears, but it’s just business for them. All we have is our emotional investment, so any little glitch in the matrix makes it seem like the sky is falling.

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  6. debbybalcer

    The players spent a lot of time with Jamie. We only get game days. If they feel he is a DAWG we should respect it.

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  7. Derek

    Isn’t the most likely scenario here that Newman had an eligibility issue?

    Maybe an agent bought him a car or a plane ticket or who knows?

    My guess is that he was looking at:

    4 game suspension with the world knowing his bidness or just letting an agent take care of your expenses until spring.

    At that point in time playing a full season was uncertain at best anyway.

    Leaving because of covid fears or because it made business sense is insane, to the point I give it no credence He needed to show that he was a better pro prospect than Fields, if possible.

    The idea that he was afraid of a guy thats hadn’t been cleared is also laughable.

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  8. bmacdawg87

    How Georgia is it to have your only competent QB in camp run off by a guy that isn’t physically ready to play until game 7 after all your goals are destroyed? In a year where literally all we needed was a QB to have a shot at it all. What’s it going to be next year. I can’t wait to find out. We are all gluttons for torture. Cheers!

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  9. Teacher Martin

    Players will always say no hard feelings. But if you are telling me UGA’s defense wouldn’t relish the opportunity to tee off on Justin Fields I don’t believe it.

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  10. Hobnail_Boot

    Why are we still talking about a quitter from Wake Forest?

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