Daily Archives: October 9, 2022

TFW you just gotta have a Jordan Davis on your roster

Jesus, Gators.


Filed under Gators, Gators..., The Body Is A Temple

Mumme Poll ballot, Week 6

Screenshot_2019-09-30 (1) Senator Blutarsky ( MummePoll) Twitter

If you’re ready to vote, Peyton and I are ready to accommodate you.  But first, a few reminders about how this works:

  • You have today and tomorrow (until midnight) to cast your vote.  We’ll discuss our ballots every Tuesday and I’ll post the results every Wednesday.
  • Teams are arranged by conference and you simply check a box if you want to cast a vote for a particular team.
  • You may vote for as many (well, at least up to 25, if you’re so inclined) or as few teams as you like.  There is no tiebreaker involved.
  • Don’t forget to answer the questions at the end of the ballot.
  • Please provide a valid email address.

That’s it!

Here’s the link for this week’s ballot.  If you have any questions, raise them in the comments.  Happy voting!



Filed under GTP Stuff

A day that will live in infamy

I keed, I keed… no, really.

This play sucked for obvious reasons:

Three Georgia defenders should have brought that down for a modest gain, but instead, we wound up with this.

Ashford became the first Auburn QB to throw a touchdown pass at Sanford Stadium since Chris Todd threw a 31-yard touchdown to Terrell Zachery in the first quarter of Auburn’s 31-24 loss to Georgia in 2009.

Thirteen seasons!  I know all good things must come to an end, but, man, that wasn’t the way for that to happen.


Filed under Auburn's Cast of Thousands, Georgia Football

The most mystifying play call of the game

It’s times like this that you wonder if Bryan Harsin is trying to get fired.

It’s 0-0.  Your defense has actually stymied Georgia’s offense.  You have a good punter.  McConkey’s already been shaky on one return.  You could play for field position.  Instead, you call this.  Against a team that probably has a heightened sense of fake punts, having been burned twice already this season.  And it wasn’t well blocked, to boot.

Like I said, just mystifying.


Filed under Auburn's Cast of Thousands, Strategery And Mechanics

Trolling in Lexington

Meanwhile, from somewhere in the middle reaches of the SEC’s Eastern Division comes this:


Filed under 'Cock Envy


The longest TD run of Bennett’s six-year collegiate career came on a called quarterback draw.

Asked what he saw on the play, Bennett cracked “grass,” then chuckled.

Monken’s best call of the day, as he used motion to clear one of the safeties, a nice jiu-jitsu move to take advantage of how Auburn’s defense was overplaying Georgia’s swing passing game all day.

The broadcast doesn’t do justice as to how the field opened up for Stetson.  Watching it live with a perfect angle behind the offense, it literally looked like the parting of the Red Sea.  The McConkey block sealing off the other safety was the finishing touch.  Just beautiful.


Filed under Georgia Football, Strategery And Mechanics

Today, in everybody has a plan until they get punched in the mouth



Leave the bottle on the bar and go away.


Filed under Auburn's Cast of Thousands, Georgia Football