Other than sending the school money and sporting a law degree from the institution, Senator Blutarsky has no affiliation with The University of Georgia. The opinions and views spouted here are the Senator’s own and do not reflect those of any other individuals, similarly deluded or otherwise.

Believe it or not, information on this site may contain inaccuracies or typographical errors. Unlike certain bloggers who shall remain nameless, the author of this blog does not claim godlike infallibility and will happily and humbly correct any mistakes brought to his attention.

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The Senator has no freakin’ idea if Jared Zabransky is Jewish.


12 responses to “Disclaimer

  1. Tim

    Sen Blutarsky–

    Outstanding blog. I read it all the time. Perfect combination of wit, insight and information. Keep up the good work. Also, you have one of the best banners (the J Brown and V Dooley photo) in the sports blogosphere. Easily. What’s the story behind that photo? I completely agree w/you on “Dooley’s Junkyard Dogs,” by the way.

    And you got a JD at UGA? I went there for undergrad but now I’m doing grad school (also getting a JD) here at U of Texas in Austin. If Austin weren’t so great, I’d be missing Athens pretty sorely. But I do miss Georgia sometimes just the same.

    Do you practice law in Georgia?

    It doesn’t seem like you post comments from this section of your site, but just in case — I don’t care to have mine published. But if you’d like to post my comments about your site from the first paragraph, feel free.




  2. Tim – thanks for the very kind words.


  3. Where did you find that image of VD and JB? Priceless.



  4. It showed up on Dawgbone a while back.

    I wonder if Dooley still has that shirt.


  5. Lesley Brannen

    I’m an undergrad student at UGA and was given the assignment to write a “blog critique.” I searched countless “fan” sites, but yours definitely stood out above the rest. It really is a great site for fans and students to get real information about Georgia football without having to battle distracting sponsors and links for pink “Georgia Gurl” bumper stickers and tank tops. By the way, have you seen these absurd accessories in the bookstore? Am I to bleed red, black, and pink now?
    Keep up the good work. I look forward to keeping up with your blog regularly.


  6. Lesley, thanks for the gracious comments.

    Fortunately (and I say that especially given the fact that I have one daughter who’s a recent Georgia grad and another who’s a freshman in Athens), I haven’t had the opportunity to see the merchandise you’re referring to. The good thing is that you won’t see any distracting ads at this site – WordPress doesn’t allow advertising on this platform.

    I hope to see more comments from you in the future. And good luck with your studies.


  7. Pooh

    I really enjoy the site. It is great. I have to ask you about the picture of Dooley and James Brown. What is the backstory of the picture? Why were they doing a press confrence together? The fact that James has his shirt completely undone and looks to be on the back end of a three day bender is hysterical. Keep up the good work.


    • 81Dog

      I know this is about 3 years late, but I am 99% sure the reason for the picture was the announcement/debut of the James Brown song “Dooley’s Junkyard Dogs” prior to the 76 (SEC Championship) season.

      Erk’s defense became known as the Junkyard Dogs in 75; it caught on, and with most of the players returning in 76, James Brown decided to jump in memorialize them in song. What most people dont remember is that the offense (running the veer offense behind Ray Goff and Matt Robinson) had picked up a nickname in 75, too: the Mad Dogs. It didnt really catch on like the D’s nickname, but there’s a line in the song that goes “the Mad Dogs the Junk aims to please.” That’s what that means, that the defense is trying to impress the offense.


  8. KRK


    Zabransky is actually Mormon. I work with his uncle and they are all from eastern Oregon. And now you know the rest of the story.



    I dig the blog. Accurate or not. I have a sense of humor. Believe or not I have been wrong once or twice in my day.



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