Dig in, peeps.
- Jay Rome wants to have fun this season, instead of “It’s always been about going out and trying not to hurt myself anymore.”
- I got excited seeing the word “wheel” used in the context of Georgia’s offense, but it turns out all Seth meant was that Schottenheimer is tweaking the terminology of the play calls, not the system itself.
- Dennis Dodd insists that football is a money loser at most schools, but those schools still want football.
- Steve Spurrier is going to call the plays again this season. Why did he ever stop? “It wasn’t going very well … You make a bad call and say, ‘Awe, dumbass. Why’d I do that? Maybe someone else can do it better.’”
- Spurrier’s calling the plays, but he doesn’t know to whom yet.
- SI.com’s Zac Ellis drops in on Athens to let us know how Georgia’s offense is progressing so far.
- Corch wants you to know you’ve got nothing to worry about in the player injury department: “The game is safer now. I can give you 28 years of experience. The game is safer now than it’s ever been.”
- Nothing says school pride like having your mugshot taken in a logo’d t-shirt: “Parole Tide!!!”