Are we having fun yet?

Over at The Athletic, Nicole Auerbach ($$) says we are.

So, yeah. Georgia remains very good at football. But what I love about watching this particular team is how intentional Monken has been in spreading the ball around and, frankly, keeping things fun. “Fun” is not a word many outside of the program would have used in relation to the Georgia offense before Monken’s arrival, but Kirby Smart didn’t care as long as the unit took care of the ball, complemented the defense and helped win games…

Of course, it’s not exactly about us.

Over the last few months, Smart has offered more pointed responses to critics of the offense, flatly stating after the Oregon win that he wants his program to have an offense that attracts elite skill players.

But I’m happy enjoying the sloppy seconds.



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9 responses to “Are we having fun yet?

  1. Down Island Way

    Just curious as to what those over at the BM building are saying now after that tidy little increase the UGA football “OC” received, hell, at this rate it might be considered a bargain…GO DAWGS!

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    • Dawg in Alabama

      We need to put 3 million in front of him after this season and make it a real hard decision to leave for a HC job.


  2. Those tight ends…they’re…beautiful!

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  3. realitycheckhere

    The geniuses at BM need to get the PR machine going for Stepson Bennett for Heisman. He is playing every bit as well as the 5 stars the talking heads promote.

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  4. realitycheckhere

    Stetson. Damn spellcheck

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  5. Corch Irvin Meyers, Former Jags Corch (2021)

    In Monk We Trust.

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  6. 69Dawg

    When is the last time UGA ever ran a Double Reverse? We have now got the Harlem Globetrotters of college football. I’m expecting SB4 to do the old hide the ball under his jersey trick. Stetson is Meadowlark and he has some great guys to pass to or just take it to the hoop himself.

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  7. Terry McCullers

    Bluto Loves you comment about sloppy seconds. What impressed me most about yesterday was the second string played just as good as the first. They looked like a bunch of dawgs that hadn’t been fed in a while.


  8. bucketheridge

    Kirby realized what a great recruiting tool a bad ass offense is.

    Always be recruiting.