A thought that always brings a smile

I wouldn’t exactly say I love Reggie, but I’ll always honor his memory.


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33 responses to “A thought that always brings a smile

  1. Reggie Ball
    John Brantley
    Bo Nix

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  2. rigger92

    Felipe Franks
    Colt Brennan

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    • RangerRuss

      Steel on target, Riggermon. Ol goatboy was an accommodating 0-3 versus the Dawgs and will have the opportunity to see ’em live but not so up close at Mark Richt Stadium this Thanksgiving weekend. He just has to make the Falcons roster.
      Colt Brennan? May he rest in peace. Damn fentanyl.

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      • Got Cowdog

        I’ll second this.
        As much as I enjoyed Georgia putting the stones to Hawaii (Still one of my all time favorite UGA games) Colt Brennan’s story should have ended better.

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        • I knew when they showed June Jones tell the players to go out there and show them you belong pregame, he knew they had no business being on the field with us.

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          • akascuba

            The look on the Georgia players while they did that war dance toward the Georgia sideline was priceless. It was sorta like a pit bull looking at a large steak knowing it was about to be his.

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            • scuba, that team at and after the Florida game had developed a mean streak we haven’t seen in many Georgia teams over the years. My wife said she felt sorry for Colt Brennan toward the end of the game with the absolute beating he took.

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            • RangerRuss

              Bubble blower, pregame I stated if Hawaii had spent that time practicing instead of war dancing they might be a better football team. My retired Jarhead buddy said if the Dawgs O had spent less time perfecting their moves to Soulja Boy they might not have lost to SC and the vols. Ouch!
              EE, I like how you described that D. They had a mean streak and they took out some frustration on Brennan. That punch drunk look in is eyes made me laugh at the time and often afterwards. Not anymore.


  3. Hogbody Spradlin

    2006 isn’t the first time somebody ended a game against us by throwing it out of bounds on 4th down. David Woodley did it in Tiger Stadium in 78. That game also featured Lindsey Scott returning the 2nd half kickoff for a td.

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  4. akascuba

    On his final fourth down between the hedges I admit I did love his play. Makes it even better he was the wreck’s QB and his final play against his hated rival.

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  5. munsonlarryfkajim

    Whichever one of the clawson brothers that said he could beat us with one arm tied behind his bacj

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  6. drunkenmonken

    I think Reggie’s faux pas added to the inspiration of the creator of my favorite blog.

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  7. Hobnail_Boot

    Shoutout to Brandon Cox. He gave us 2 beauties.

    2006: 4-12, 35 YDS, 1 TD, 4 INT
    2007: 14-30, 133 YDS, 1 TD, 4 INT

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    • aucarson

      I was at the one in Auburn, brutal to watch. Somebody did an excellent job of scouting him out.

      Willie Martinez maybe???


      • Hobnail_Boot

        My theory was always that Cox’s ‘06/‘07 performances were the payment for some soul-selling seance that took place before 4th and 19 in 2005.

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  8. Idlewild Dawg

    I enjoyed watching the Dawgs D slap Zabransky around

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  9. originaluglydawg

    Munson’s hyping of Jared Lorenzen caused me to love the guy.
    RIP, Godzilla.

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  10. winodawg

    Back in the day I started a petition to the NCAA to grant Reggie a 5th year of eligibility. Sadly it died on the vine

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  11. NotMyCrossToBear

    Casey Clausen anyone?


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