One of my law partners is a Georgia Tech graduate. He was out of the office all week on vacation, but, when he called to check in, he told my secretary to quote to me the four words from the Yellow Jackets' fight song that the Ramblin' Wreck faithful sing most lustily, which I refuse to repeat here, but which form a Georgia Tech fan's response to the question, "What's the good word?"
Later during the week, I received a call from another colleague of mine, who is a University of Georgia graduate, and whose son currently attends the Georgia Institute of Technology. He recalled the 1984 game, after which Golden Tornado quarterback John Dewberry was seen holding a large chunk of the hedge. He added, "You have no idea how much it galls me to have to write those bastards a check twice a year."