Nobody said the narrative had to be coherent.

Media:  Eh, what’s Kirby Smart done at Georgia?  Compare his first five years to Mark Richt’s!

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26 responses to “Nobody said the narrative had to be coherent.

  1. rigger92

    How do you beat a dead horse? Well, we can talk about the fact that Georgia fired it’s last coach for another one and still has nothing to show for it.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Derek

    Its good to know that there was that 1 time we actually improved on it….


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

    Looking for logical consistency from the national CFB writers out there is definitely looking for love in all the wrong places. Hah!

    The much better argument they could be making about the last four years is how we start the year in the Top-5, but in two out of those four years we haven’t finished the year in the Top-5, but that’s more of a nuanced argument that doesn’t quite allow for hot takes and clickbate, and thus it doesn’t get as much play than the lazier arguments they go with instead.


  4. jcdawg83

    I don’t really care where we are ranked preseason.

    Liked by 5 people

    • Down Island Way

      Let’s talk in December/January…winning games by 40 points and blowing up a few opponents scoreboards is gonna’ be fun to watch…(Big talk, but WTF)…

      Liked by 1 person

  5. MGW

    Long as this year doesn’t pan out like 2008, I’m good.

    Liked by 2 people

  6. artistformerlyknownasbman

    I’m reminded of Life of Brian:

    “All right, but apart from the sanitation, medicine, education, wine, public order, irrigation, roads, the fresh water system and public health, what have the Romans ever done for us?”

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  7. I would like to see who are the 3 media members who have us as preseason #1.

    It’s pretty amazing that between 1981-84, we weren’t in the preseason top 5.

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  8. Harold Miller

    I have been to the mountain top, and I have seen the promised land…

    Liked by 1 person

  9. originaluglydawg

    I know we all want to see the Dawgs take down Saban and ‘Bama..but even more than that, I want to see the Dawgs take down Clemson and hopefully anOhioSt.
    This because of my belief that the Dawgrading is driven by the knowledge that UGA has the resources (facilities, location, recruiting base, fan support, SEC, etc) to become the next great dynasty when they do finally get that snow ball to rollin’. Believe me, they (national sports media outside of the deep south) hate ‘Bama too, but it’s kind of hard to Tidegrade a team that is so accomplished. So Georgia, being next in the peckin’ order, gets pecked on. Dawgrading is in style and will be until the Dawgs pour it on those other conferences’ entries in the CFP.

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  10. bigjohnson1992

    Let’s just win one and all this stops. Simple.


  11. J.R. Clark

    Next time I’m visiting B-M, I’ll be sure to check that out in the trophy case next to our Recruiting National Championship trophies.


  12. paulwesterdawg

    Yeah. Well that’s like just the opinion of 61 people man. That’s all. – the Media Dude