Daily Archives: December 27, 2021

Kirbs gonna Kirbs.

He could let you watch, but then he’d have to kill you.



Filed under Georgia Football

Still in charge

In case you were wondering…

Hope the team effort has a better showing than it did in the SECCG.


Filed under Georgia Football

Bryce Young will be in Dallas.

If you’re looking for reasons to be optimistic about facing Michigan, here’s one from Josh.

With one troubling exception (INT/TO worthy plays), on paper, at least, Georgia won’t be at a disadvantage at the quarterback position on New Year’s Eve.  That means the situation comes down to whether Michigan can force Stetson out of his comfort zone.   No guarantees, of course, but if they can’t, you have to like Georgia’s chances to come out on top.


Filed under Georgia Football, Stats Geek!

Sick watch

Over the holiday break, there’s been a fair amount of background chatter about the team’s health, specifically that there are a significant number of kids who are under the weather as the team travels to Miami.  What I can’t get a good handle on is whether that’s due to COVID, good ol’ fashioned flu, or something else.

In any event, where there’s smoke, there’s head counting to see who stepped off the planes/buses upon arrival.

Hard to say how serious this is — I would assume since it sounds like a significant majority of the team showed up that it’s not anywhere near the point of cancelling the game, which has happened now to something like four bowls already — but it’s worth keeping an eye on.  No doubt Ron Courson’s got his hands full this week.  Hell, he may be the most important person on Smart’s staff right now.


Filed under Georgia Football, The Body Is A Temple

Name that caption, tanned, rested and ready edition

Stetson Bennett wants you to say hello to his little friend.

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Have at it in the comments.


Filed under Name That Caption

Musical palate cleanser, honey, let me introduce you edition

From his For Everyman album, here’s Jackson Browne rocking out with David Lindley on “Redneck Friend”.

That’s Elton John on piano, by the way, credited on the album as “Rockaday Johnnie”.


Filed under Uncategorized