Category Archives: Mr. Conventional Wisdom

Today, in case you didn’t know

If, in this week’s “Let’s Play Mr. Conventional Wisdom” game, you picked Josh Allen…

… drink!

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Today, in let’s play Mr. Conventional Wisdom

You guys seem to get a such a kick out of fleshing out Tony Barnhart’s hot warm lukewarm room termperature takes on college football that I thought I’d turn that into a semi-regular feature here.

With that in mind, here’s today’s pearl of wisdom:

As we in Dawgnation have been known to say on occasion, finish the drill in the comments.

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Your weekly dose of conventional wisdom

If you had Dan Mullen in the Tony Barnhart Obvious Observation Pool, collect your winnings.

Now that I think about it, a weekly contest to pick Mr. Conventional Wisdom’s top Sunday pearl seems like an obvious blog post topic.

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We have been warned.

Take it away, Mr. Conventional Wisdom.

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Mr. Conventional Wisdom is learning things.

Tony can still bring it, peeps.

I don’t subscribe to TMG, but I don’t really need a subscription to finish his list, do I?

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Nick Saban has lost control of Mr. Conventional Wisdom.

As the cliché goes, when you’ve lost Tony Barnhart…

It’s officially time to throw in the towel, Nick.

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Mr. Conventional Wisdom’s take on this year’s SEC East race

I know you’re on pins and needles, so let’s not waste another minute teasing you.

About Georgia, he says,

GEORGIA (7-1)

Who they will beat: at Missouri, Tennessee, Vanderbilt, at LSU, Florida (in Jacksonville), at Kentucky, Auburn.

Who they will lose to: at South Carolina.

Analysis: Georgia has a lot of rebuilding to do, especially on defense, but they are going to rebuild with very talented players. So the best time to play the Bulldogs will be early. I went to Columbia twice in the spring and the Gamecocks are very much looking forward to Georgia’s visit on Sept. 8. Georgia gets upset at Williams-Brice Stadium and then runs the table to the SEC East championship.

I guess what it takes to beat the Dawgs these days is to be very much looking forward to playing them.  Remember, you heard it here first.

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