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Stuff Mark Richt Hasn't Said About Charleston Southern (But Should).

Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Mark Richt addressed the media yesterday afternoon and, as he is wont to do, he discussed this weekend's opponent, the Charleston Southern Buccaneers. Now, CSU is no pushover. The Bucs are 8-3 on the year and an outside threat to make the FCS playoffs. Head coach Jamey Chadwell is 18-6 in two seasons at the helm, and earlier this season the Bucs lost a hard-fought 21-20 decision at Vandy. In other words, these guys are not the Sisters of Mercy JV.

That being said, they are Charleston Southern. The Georgia Bulldogs will enjoy a decided physical advantage at nearly every position on the field, and enjoy depth that the Buccaneers can only dream of having. If the Classic City Canines don't win this one handily, it will be a shock.

No one knows this better than Mark Richt. And I'm fairly certain it bugs the heck out of him. He needs to impress upon his team how serious this game is. These are the things Mark Richt had to say about Charleston Southern:

Blah. Pretty bland. And not really that motivating.

Okay, now it's just getting ri-damn-diculous. So I thought today I'd take a stab at the things Mark Richt should have told us about Charleston Southern in his Monday presser, but didn't.

At some point things got out of hand, as several members of the Charleston Southern football team found these and started favoriting and retweeting them. Did I say "out of hand"? I meant "pretty cool." Good sports apparently, the Buccaneers.

A few more, with feeling:

You get the picture. Here's hoping the Charleston Southern Buccaneers are only half as daunting as making up scary stats about the Buccaneers. Until later . . .

Go 'Dawgs!!!