Anti-SEC smack laid down by, of all people, a Virginia Tech blogger.
Category Archives: The Blogosphere
Round two of the Georgia bloggers’ roundtable discussion can be found here.
Pretty fair to say there’s a consensus around Isaiah McKenzie and the tight ends.
Oh, yeah. And spring injuries.
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.
There’s always something.
- Phil Steele updates his returning starters list here. And here’s the list broken down by the P5 conferences. Got to wonder what 2015 holds in store for Mississippi State and Florida.
- In case you were wondering if offenses were better than ever last season, you’re right.
- Bleacher Report using Michael Carvell’s click bait to ask the musical question “Is Georgia’s 2015 Recruiting Class in Danger of Collapsing?” = troll squared. At least there’s no slideshow.
- Hey, there’s a Twitterfest bitch slapping contest!
- Georgia Tech is looking for donor support to provide cost-of-attendance stipends that will be given to scholarship athletes starting in the fall. No doubt Greg McGarity is watching this with a keen eye.
- Best recruit troll of the year.
- Jeff Long will serve as the chairman of the College Football Playoff Selection Committee again in 2015, based on “Long’s ability to communicate the thinking of the committee to the fans”, per Bill Hancock. I swear, you can’t make this stuff up.
- Gentry Estes has ten questions for Georgia’s upcoming preseason. (And wouldn’t it be refreshing if the answer to the last one was “yes”?)
Those of you who’ve missed Thomas Brown’s ramblings here might want to check out this tour de force.
It’s flattering that he still cares, I suppose.
Buffet on Thanksgiving? Too much?
- “I’d rather be remembered as a champion than as a completion percentage record…”
- Bobo promises to unleash the Rumph.
- Jerry Palm rips Jeff Long a new one.
- If Virginia Tech loses to Virginia this week, the Hokies won’t be bowl eligible for the first time since 1992.
- Georgia continues to dominate field position, statwise.
- It also remains among the élite in scoring efficiency.
- Nate Silver takes a break from polling data to analyze the odds for every college football playoff contender.
- Meanwhile, Kirk Herbstreit thinks the College Football Playoff committee should penalize SEC teams that schedule November games against FCS opponents. Too much cupcake before Thanksgiving? I dunno.
- Georgia Tech blogger not-so-cleverly refers to this week’s opponent in lower case. That’ll show us!
I’m not dumb enough to equate what bloggers write to how teams and coaches are thinking, but I’ve gotta admit that, as I usually get tweaked by South Carolina folks for being overconfident about the SC-Georgia game, I’m amused to find this season I’m getting dissed for poor mouthing.