Welcome to Tuesday, Bulldog Fans! It’s kinda like Monday in that the sting is still pretty fresh from Saturday’s loss at Auburn, and it’s not near enough to this coming Saturday to really get pumped specifically about Kentucky. Very “forward yesterday”.
I don’t know if I’m half the man I used to be, but my weekend took a pretty significant hit around 5:30 pm last Saturday and when melancholy I revert to type:
The Senator does a pretty good job of summarizing what the game was like. Read it if you care to.
But we’re past that now, right? Right.
Coach Kirby Smart has moved on, and I’m sure would like us to do the same. His Monday press-conference is below, and as much as he’d like to address only the Kentucky game, there are several allusions to November 11:
Of particular note is a comment made immediately by Gus Malzahn after the clock struck zero.
Right after the presser, Georgia held it’s Monday practice. And as usual, the Red & Black tried to get a news story out of a 10 minute viewing period.
Many of you/us/we have already opined and projected what the goal is for UGA football now that Bulldogs are no longer undefeated. The Macon Telegraph lays that out in a traditional font and includes a few player quotes.
USA Today did the same thing. But with more words. And some different player quotes. And a different font.
If you want to give options on broadcasting a football game, and neither option is ideal nor are they close together, go to Georgia Tech... you can do that there.
Every team out there is flawed, some more than others. Apparently many have fatal flaws according to ESPN’s Mark Schlabach, and Georgia is not immune.
It doesn’t necessarily have playoff implications (God, I hope not) but your ‘Dawgs will take to the hardwood tonight. And if you’re in the area, tickets are a steal. Stay tuned to Dawg Sports for a preview of tonight’s tipoff.
There’s probably more. But like the dawn as it fades to gray, more will come shortly whether we like it or not. I hope we like it. And as always...