Observations from the armchair (and the car seat), Georgia-Ole Miss edition

(Takes deep breath and prepares to type… takes another deep breath…)

Aw, fuck it.  When your player of the game is the punter, it’s a bridge too far to waste a thousand words of analysis on.

If ever there were an exception to the rule of not scheduling weddings in the South in the fall, Saturday was it.  My only regret was that it didn’t start a couple of hours earlier, so I wouldn’t have been able to watch the first half.

Here’s hoping for a complete reset against Tennessee.

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If it’s true that Georgia plays better when it’s under the radar…

… then look out, Vols.

You know you’ll get their best shot.

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Fabris Pool results, Week 4

Here you go:

STANDINGS for WEEK 4
Rank
Selection Name
Standings
Adjustment
W-L
Pts
Tie Breaker Game
28-38
1 Gravidy Picks Adj 8-2 8   28-20**
1 Geezus Adj 8-2 8   28-14

Congrats to GP, who squeaked it out on the tiebreaker.

And here’s how the seasonal race is shaping up after four weeks of games.

SEASON STANDINGS through Week 4
Rank
You
Selection Name
W-L
Pts
1 reipar 26-14 26
2 Downtown Leroy Brown 25-15 25
2 zdawg15 25-15 25
2 LakeOconeeDawg 25-15 25

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Mark Richt has lost control over Les Miles’ contract.

National championships aren’t worth what they used to be, at least not if you’re coaching in Nick Saban’s neighborhood.

There’s only one reason to fire a coach in September, and that’s to beat the competition to the HOT NAME.

It’s always a good time to be Jimmy Sexton.

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UPDATE:  If this doesn’t describe college football circa 2016, I don’t know what does.

Yeah, wouldn’t it be terrible if somehow LSU came back to win the West this season? Think of the children!

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Is there something in the water at Toomer’s Corner?

Seriously, what is it with some people and those trees?

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My, how the mighty have fallen.

Every once in a while, I wonder how different the Richt era would have turned out if VanGorder hadn’t gotten his nose out of joint so badly over Rodney Garner… and then I remember how VanGorder’s recent career has gone and realize it probably wouldn’t have made too much of a difference in the long run.

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Ken Starr is writing the Book of Love.

So this is what a man who’s lost every shred of decency and self-awareness sounds like.

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