Rainy, with a chance of manball

Between the weather on Saturday and this

… Overall, Georgia Tech is 0-4 when allowing over 200 rushing yards and 1-5 when giving up 150 or more – the North Carolina win last week was the outlier.

Tennessee and Oregon were the only two teams other than Samford – Georgia didn’t exactly go full force in that – to keep the Dawgs to under 150.

… it’s looking like another day of We Run This State for the Dawgs.

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17 responses to “Rainy, with a chance of manball

  1. Derek

    It would be nice to see someone other than McIntosh get going.

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  2. Bulldawg Bill

    I think I feel a bad case of the “runs” coming on. What should I take for it??

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  3. Catfish

    Air out the scout team.

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    • Down Island Way

      Don’t show more than we need too, before the seccg, Dawgs win the day, those -35 vs the north avenue fucking trade school won’t make it, what the hey…TUCK FECH and their pocket protectors they rode in here on…GO DAWGS!

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  4. MudCat's Mechanic

    I would absolutely love to see soul crushing death march after soul crushing death march. All day. Yeah, likely wouldn’t score 50 but it’d be nice destroying the nerds.

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  5. Bulldawg Bill

    After the legendary “stole our girls” maneuver, they deserve all the devastation that can be dealt!!!!!

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