Daily Archives: April 7, 2022

Quintessential

This Seth Emerson mailbag ($$) has questions on (1) whether the fan base should be concerned that Georgia’s recruiting under Smart has slipped in the face of Texas A&M’s historic class; (2) a worry that Josh Brooks erred in hiring Mike White instead of former player Jonas Hayes (after seeing that epic NIT run, of course); and (3) the evergreen fret about which quarterback on Georgia’s roster is about to transfer and haunt the Dawgs in the future.

It’s the perfect encapsulation of why we can’t have nice things, even when we have nice things like a natty to celebrate.

Don’t ever change, you guys.

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Filed under Georgia Football

“It’s not about the sack.”

This is a really good breakdown from Coach Schumann about Georgia’s approach on third-down defense.

I don’t care if you’re in a three-man front or a four-man front; the key to a successful third-down defense is getting pressure with a four-man rush.  It’s just that there are plenty of ways to skin that particular cat.

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Filed under Georgia Football, Strategery And Mechanics

The most obvious marketing hookup in the history of the universe

Shot.

Chaser.

Yes, they’re clown shoes.

And, yes, I’m looking forward to seeing the football team outfitted in Waffle House spikes this season.

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Filed under Georgia Tech Football, Stylin'

TFW the ends matter more than the means

Truth, from one of Georgia’s new coaches:

True ‘dat.

By the way, I’m home now for some R&R, deserved or otherwise.  Thanks for y’all’s well-wishing.

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Filed under Georgia Football, Recruiting

Musical palate cleanser, blues prodigy edition

Ladies and gentlemen, Christone Kingfish Ingram, channeling a little Jimi.

As someone in the comments to that clip noted, he wasn’t even old enough to drink in the bar he was playing at when that was recorded.  Pretty remarkable.

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Musical palate cleanser, some rhythm and blues edition

Let’s wrap up a week of MPCs with the inimitable Curtis Mayfield and his “Move On Up”.

Smooth, baby.

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