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Tim Worley’s cri de coeur about Georgia’s disappointing Sugar Bowl performance is getting a lot of attention, based on the emails and comments I’ve received. No doubt it’s powerful, both because Worley’s been in the arena (in a positive sense)… … Continue reading
SEC, don’t say you haven’t been warned by Gus. … Gus Malzahn called the new NCAA rule limiting the number of people on headsets during games “a joke” that will have an impact on the quality of the game. Earlier … Continue reading
One thing I found interesting about this CFN chart is that every SEC team that fired its head coach after the 2017 season saw a significant drop in year-over-year home attendance. 80. Florida: minus-1131 99. Texas A&M: minus-3115 114. Tennessee: … Continue reading
Chip Towers argues that Kirby’s version of “in the arena” is a positive for Georgia’s players. It was fascinating to hear Smart matter-of-factly break down where the Bulldogs were in terms of preparation for the SEC Championship Game while he … Continue reading
So, I’m trying to understand what this rather strange quote from Clemson’s Ben Boulware is about. Clemson's Ben Boulware has thoughts on people ripping Christian Wilkins for, uh, grabbing a handful in the Fiesta Bowl. pic.twitter.com/qC1DlDnHW2 — Brian Hamilton (@BrianHamiltonSI) … Continue reading
I don’t know how you write a piece about Georgia’s revamped running game without mentioning Chaney’s move to employ more shotgun, three-wide sets. Then again, I’ve never been in the arena.
Yeah, I was the guy who posted this yesterday: “This is a meeting between a top ten P5 squad and a bad FCS team. It won’t be close.” Guess what? I still stand by what I wrote. Tip your cap … Continue reading
For the most part, I like Mark Richt as a person, but there were times when he’d come out with some comment or observation that would get my back up. The most famous example of that was his “in the … Continue reading
I guess it’s unanimous: nobody wants a Georgia player to go to Miami. The gist of it: Smart believes he did not block Turman from going to where he wanted to go, as Turman did not express a desire to … Continue reading