Category Archives: Georgia Football

Wednesday morning buffet

Another day full of buffet goodness:

  • Art Briles says Baylor’s non-conference schedule had “zero impact” on his team not making the CFP last season.  He’s right, in that had Baylor not lost to West Virginia, it would have been in.  He’s wrong in that the non-conference schedule left Baylor with zero margin for error.
  • What do you get when some economics professors rank the intensity of college football rivalries?  This“Within a conference, the most intense two-way rivalry was between Central Michigan and Western Michigan…”  You might want to think about tweaking your measurements, fellas.
  • If Natrez Patrick stays at inside linebacker, at ten or so pounds heavier than Alec Ogletree, he’d be the biggest player ever to suit up at the position under Richt.
  • Nick Saban wants to be clear about satellite camps.  He’s agin’ ’em.  And you don’t want to offend Alabama on the recruiting front, people.
  • So, there was an inside guy on the Winston crab legs heist?  Steve Spurrier’s gonna have to come up with a new nickname for FSU, methinks.
  • It’s only April and the 2015 watch lists for awards march has started.  Wake me when it’s over.
  • It looks like Georgia Tech has landed its B-back for this season.
  • Year2 discusses the case for Nick Chubb’s Heisman possibilities.

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“If the season started today, which of our quarterbacks would you want under center?”

Georgia bloggers’ answers here.  (I’m the succinct one.)

The only surprise I take from the responses is how little mention Park receives.  I know he’s a long shot due to his relative lack of experience, but I have to say I’m more impressed with his G-Day effort after watching some of the replay.

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“We have had it up to here with these students, with the public intoxication, public sex acts and fights.”

I don’t understand all the angst about handling this.  The solution is real simple:  outsource Jimmy Williamson and his troops for the week.  Nobody’s left to roust in Athens then anyway.

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Your “hubba hubba” post of the day

All I can say about Georgia’s wealth of talent at linebacker is that, barring an obscene rash of injuries, there is no acceptable excuse for any of ’em to get tired in a game.

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A post-spring test? Nobody said anything about a test!

Kevin Causey, of College Football Zealots, is organizing a little roundtable discussion about Georgia football, and asked me to participate.  I thought I’d share the questions he’s asked me to address (you’ll have to read his posts for the answers).

1- If the season started today, which of our quarterbacks would you want under center (and why)?
2- Georgia must replace both of their leading receivers, Chris Conley (36 rec in 2014) and Michael Bennett (37 rec), this season. Barring injury, Malcolm Mitchell and Justin Scott-Wesley should be able to contribute greatly in 2015 but depth is a big concern. Who needs to step up in this area and who do you see as the other top contributors?
3- What is your biggest concern on defense (and why)?
4- This could change but right now what is your gut feeling on what makes this season a successful one for Mark Richt and the Georgia Bulldogs?

I’ve already sent in my answers, but I’d like to read yours.  Have at it in the comments.

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Tuesday morning buffet

The remains of the day…

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I’ve got some good news and some bad news.

Per some site called arrestnation.com, Georgia is tied for first among SEC programs in player arrests since August 3, 2010.

On the bright side, if you rank conference schools in order of most recent arrests, Georgia would only place tenth.

Progress, of a sort.

Either that, or Jimmy Williamson’s been on an extended vacation.

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