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Cocktail Thursday: Arizona State Edition.

What I would pay to see some reasonably good pass defense in Sanford Stadium on Saturday. I know, a win is a win. But I do not believe we can count on scoring 50 points against LSU, Tennessee, Florida and Auburn. Rennie Curran says that the loss of Akeem Dent and Darius Dewberry hurt the pass coverage. Mark Richt says we need to do the little things better. You know what I say? I say that we need to find out who our players are and play them. Seriously, if Sanders Commings is ready it's time to play him.

One guy who Willie Two Thumbs says will definitely play more is Bacarri Rambo. Which gives me all the reason I need to unleash . . .

The Bacardi Rambo. Others have their own recipes, and some would rather not see it altogether, which is fine by me. Like Rambo, I believe that cocktail competition makes us all better. Here it is:

1 new 10 gallon rubber trash can or similar container (very important. Not "almost new." Trust me.)

3 750 ml bottles of Bacardi Superior Puerto Rican Rum (don't even try to use another brand. Seriously. Why would you?)

2 750 ml bottles of Bacardi Dark Rum

1 375 ml bottle of amaretto liqueur

1 gallon of orange juice

1 gallon of pineapple juice

5 cups lime juice

4 cups grenadine

cut fruit (apples, oranges and pineapple wedges for example)

Pour in the rum and the amaretto. Add the fruit and let it soak up the alcohol for at least 4 hours. Stir in the juices and grenadine. Add ice and let it chill. Serve over ice, eat the fruit as you go. Keep cold, adding ice as necessary.

Like Bacarri Rambo, you have a lot of work to do to get ready for Saturday and should probably start preparing now, so I won't keep you. Until tomorrow . . .

Go 'Dawgs!!!