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Scoreboard Video of 2009 Football Highlights


I had two reactions while watching this: 1. I . . . can't . . . wait . . . for . . . football . . . season! 2. The 'Dawgs had a lot of great plays last year . . . yet they still lost five games, and they easily could have lost each of their other eight games except the wins over Vanderbilt and Tennessee Tech. Georgia may be this close to putting it all together . . . or this close to having it all fall apart. I'm excited about the 2010 season, but, honestly, it scares me to death. Go 'Dawgs!

Paul Westerdawg Breaks Down the Athletic Director Search Committee


Interesting note that probably is neither here nor there: my wife, Susan, used to tutor Tom Landrum's daughter. Go 'Dawgs!

Westerdawg Has Video of Herschel's MMA Debut


It's Herschel's world. We're just living in it. Go 'Dawgs!

Paul Westerdawg Also Thinks I Need to Calm Down


Once again, not me specifically, just those of us (like me) who are tied up in knots over the defensive coordinator search. All right all right all right, I'm calming down, already! Get off my back, will you?!?! In the words of the Drive-By Truckers, give me patience, but please don't hesitate. Go 'Dawgs!

Because I Took Some Heat For What I Wrote About Knowshon . . .


. . . I will simply state that I was disappointed at Leonard Pope's omission from Dr. Saturday's list of the best tight ends of the decade. I mean no disrespect to the other fine contenders for this award, but Paul Westerdawg is right that the dude was Bill Brassky in shoulder pads. We just didn't give the guy enough hype. I said at the time that we should've rigged the Sanford Stadium scoreboard to release a puff of white smoke every time he scored a touchdown. Go 'Dawgs!

Helping Our Northern Brethren Get a Handle on Our References


Brian Cook finds "delightfully impenetrable" Paul Westerdawg's hilarious "LOOK AT THE WEEDEATERS FALLING FROM THE SKY!" reference, so I thought I'd do what I could to help anyone else who didn't get the reference. (In Brian's defense, if you didn't grow up listening to Larry Munson, I don't suppose there's any reason why that should make sense.) In 1982, Georgia beat Auburn at Jordan-Hare Stadium to capture a third straight SEC championship. In those days, the SEC champion automatically went to the Sugar Bowl. After the Bulldogs stopped the Tigers on fourth down to ensure a return trip to New Orleans, Larry Munson declared, "Look at the sugar falling from the sky!" In 1991, Georgia went to the Independence Bowl, which then was (infamously) sponsored by Poulan Weedeater. This pairing of the postseason game with its sponsor led to much mockery, so we in Bulldog Nation still think of it as the Poulan Weedeater Independence Bowl. Since Georgia may be going back to the Independence Bowl this year, Paul reworked the Munson line to substitute Weedeaters for sugar. This has been a public service announcement. Go 'Dawgs!

Richt's reassuring quotation and Westerdawg's good point


However, Vince Dooley was hanged in effigy. Portraits are hung; people are hanged. Also, while we're on the subject, it appears I was using "myriad" correctly, after all. (Hat tip: College Buddy.) Go 'Dawgs!

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