What a difference a year makes.

How it started.

How it’s going.

Just a reminder:  G-Day is April 17th.

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15 responses to “What a difference a year makes.

  1. 69Dawg

    If Monken can get JD’s body mechanics even a little better, it’s going to be bombs away.

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    • dawg100

      Little noticed, but JT did not wear the arm band in the Peach bowl.

      He already feels he know the plays and calls well enough to ditch the cheat sheet.

      A football intellect.

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      • I think he’s a little like peyton. A goober that just does foosball 24/7. I mean that complimentary to both, although hearing some of the things peyton couldn’t, do like boil water, was a little disconcerting.

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  2. Oh here it goes, lol.

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  3. Granthams Replacement

    “They are ahead of US on defense” is a telling comment and I like it.

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    • Its his annual the defense isnt ready statement.

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      • Down Island Way

        Don’t know what the future of UGA football holds, strong possibility of new standards set/or old standards rewritten in the record books, team health, adherence to team policies, senior/junior leadership may start some sparks that wind up being the high standard for UGA football moving forward…

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  4. man, kinda getting chills. JT changing from a captain to a colonel, just fully in command, with all these players? Need some scooters to wake me up.

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  5. I would have JT in bubble wrap on the sidelines after a G-Day series or 2. Right now, there is no reason to risk an injury even with him in a no-contact jersey.

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  6. Corch Irvin Meyers, Former Jags Corch (2024)

    Kirby complaining that his offense is better than his defense sounds like beautiful music to my ears.

    It’s fucking Mozart when all we’ve had since 2016 has been Salieri.

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    • rigger92

      Solid reference, but from a 3 degree music buff, that’s highly dramatized (not that anything else is these days). Mozart was crazy gifted and it drove him mad. Italian Baroque is really where it’s at though. Simplicity at it’s most developed stage.

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      • Corch Irvin Meyers, Former Jags Corch (2024)

        Thanks for the info, but I know the history. I just really like the movie. It’s one of the best that’s ever been made. And if we’re talking baroque, I definitely prefer Handel and Bach to Gabrielli or Cavalli.

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    • RangerRuss

      Mozart, the original gotdam hippie.

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    • ericstrattonrushchairmandamngladtomeetyou

      I remember in 2017 when everyone on this blog was thumping their chests about how “tough” the team was and proud about the physical whippings the Dawgs put on opponents. I also remember how many here badmouthed CMR for having teams “not tough enough” and being too finesse. Now you want the tough guy to become finesse. No pleasing you guys.

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      • Corch Irvin Meyers, Former Jags Corch (2024)

        Yep. That’s exactly what I’m saying.

        I’m not saying nor have I ever said that I’m tired of first down runs everyone on the defense know is coming and thus they have the box stacked with 8 or 9 guys because our head coach wants to “impose his will” so he’s okay with wasted offensive plays like that.

        Nope. I just want us to be a finesse team. Yep. You got me.

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