Category Archives: The Blogosphere

Pity the poor journalist.

I could have taken the complaining at this symposium a lot more seriously if Michael Wilbon hadn’t played the “people sit in their mother’s basements and write this crap” card.

Damn, that shit was lame a decade ago.  Although I should probably give him credit for not bringing up shaving and showering.


Filed under Media Punditry/Foibles, The Blogosphere

“I want good things to happen to Mark Richt, but my greater priority is for good things to happen to Georgia. “

Some perspective on the current situation – okay, some lengthy perspective on the current situation – from Doug Gillett, who resurrects Hey Jenny Slater. for the occasion.


Filed under Georgia Football, The Blogosphere

Hell hath no fury like a pundit scorned.

And for a guy who insisted Brice Ramsey was a mortal lock to start at quarterback this season, Dean Legge sounds like someone possessed with the fury of a thousand suns.  Makes you wonder if he lost a bet.


Filed under Georgia Football, The Blogosphere

A sign the Apocalypse may be nigh.

Really, this kinda freaks me out.


UPDATE:  This is what doubling down looks like.


Filed under Georgia Football, The Blogosphere

I don’t always take requests. But when I do…

So there I was last night, minding my own business, scouring the Internets for reactions to the Lambert news, when this popped up on Twitter:

David, since you asked…  Cue the tuneage.

And away we go.

That’s the point when I jumped into the conversation.

And got this in response.

How much of Lambert’s statistical shortcomings in 2014 fall on him and how much on his surrounding cast of coaches and teammates is the big question – one that we’ll start getting a handle on this Saturday.


Filed under Georgia Football, Stats Geek!, The Blogosphere

I got ‘yer SEC roundtable discussion right here.

If you remember the three questions I posted earlier this week that I answered for the fellows over at The Student Section, you can find my answers and theirs at these three links:



Filed under SEC Football, The Blogosphere

Blah, blah, blahing it

Blatant Homerism’s Allen Kenney was gracious enough to invite me to do a podcast about… well, about what’s wrong with college football these days.  I kidded him beforehand that it would turn out to be the most depressing podcast he ever hosted and I think we lived up to the promise.

You can give it a listen here.


Filed under College Football, The Blogosphere