Adios, Mr. Anderson

No surprise here…

There was simply no way he was coming back in a timely manner, if at all.  His departure didn’t hurt the team ultimately, so all that’s left to say is that I hope the court process plays out fairly for everyone concerned.



Filed under Crime and Punishment, Georgia Football

23 responses to “Adios, Mr. Anderson

  1. miltondawg

    I guess I didn’t really pay attention after everything went down in the fall. I never knew that he had any hope of returning to the team at all.


    • godawgs1701

      Before the second accuser came forward his lawyer was agitating in the media and petitioning the school to return him to playing status with the team. That stopped after the second accuser made her report.

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  2. Granthams Replacement

    As soon as the accuser when to the police his career at UGA was over. Prayers for everyone involved.


  3. You only hope for the truth to win out and justice be served.

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  4. godawgs1701

    The NFL seems to have more of a tolerance for accusations of if not also actual acts of violence against women and sexual violence, so it would seem to be the only move available to him. Not knowing the facts yet from an investigation and legal proceeding, I’ll just pray that the outcome will be just.

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    • Derek

      Perceptions of NFL permissiveness notwithstanding, if he doesn’t get a reasonable resolution of the case he won’t be playing for a NFL team. If the case remains pending, he won’t be on a NFL team.

      He may be hoping for a reduction in charges with substantial restitution or a parallel civil settlement.

      I would also note that Joe Mixon played college ball at OK after knocking a woman out on video.

      Ray Rice never played another down in the NFL after knocking a woman out on video.

      As such I can’t draw the same conclusions you do.

      I’m also pretty sure that no NFL team would have been as reckless, brazen and then defiant about bringing in Jonathan Taylor onto their team as Nick Saban and Alabama were.

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      • godawgs1701

        Joe Mixon, did he play football for the University of Georgia?

        Jonathan Taylor, he was available as a transfer because he was no longer welcome to play for the University of Georgia, was he not? Jeremiah Holloman, accused of hitting a female a full year after the act, did he ever play another snap for the University of Georgia? We’re talking about Georgia and not Alabama or Oklahoma. And yes, there’s been zero tolerance of such at Georgia in the past decade or more, so even though you can cite cases where NFL players had their careers ended by accusations or convictions, there are also examples of players who didn’t. QED, there’s more tolerance for accusations of sexual violence or violence in the NFL than there is at the University of Georgia, Derek.


        • Derek

          A wee bit defensive perhaps?

          I read your comment to say he would be more welcome in the NFL than at another (not UGA) college football team.

          UGA is intolerant of traffic violations and weed. If your point was that uga takes conduct issues seriously, thanks for the newsflash, seriously.


    • TEXBaller

      Big Ben Rothlisbeger SMFH……

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  5. theorginaldawgabides

    He’s not getting drafted this year, period. IF he’s acquitted, he’ll have to hope to get picked up as an undrafted free agent. That’s his only avenue to a pro career.

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  6. originaluglydawg

    Should portal to Jimbo.
    Seriously, I just want justice to be served. I’m sure we all do. Either way it goes, I hope it’s just.


  7. This may sound weird, but I am very thankful this came out early in the season so he could be (somewhat quietly) dismissed from the team and then everyone moved on.

    Imagine if that had come out between the SEC championship game and the playoff??? UGH.

    Or perhaps worse: after we win the natty, and it is forever tainted as “yeah they won with that rapist.”

    As a school and a fanbase, we are very fortunate how this worked out.

    And as the Senator says: I hope the legal process now plays out fairly for all parties and that justice is ultimately served.

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  8. debbybalcer

    I hope his trail is sooner rather than later so this does not drag out. I would also say while there was a second accuser he was not charged with a second crime. He is presumed innocent until proven guilty as ISA yoneaccused of a crime.