Georgia Bulldogs Rivals
In which a sedative "finds its way" into Pat McAfee’s Red Bull...
Florida has lost to 3 ranked SEC teams and really has nothing to lose. They have a QB that is always one of the best athletes on the field. They have a coaching experiment that needs a signature win. And they had the same bye week we did to get healthy and scheme it up. I’ve seen this movie, and I don’t always like the ending. What, me worry?
Here’s your ticket, pack your bags, time for jumpin’ overboard...
A narrative on our coach in his young career, projected onto the entire football program, steadily hammered home over more than a dozen years, very recently reinforced with vigor and verve, extrapolated to a 41 year drought, even though 128 would pay handsomely to take our place. …What, me worry?
Georgia crosses the northern border for another dance with the dentally-challenged, another chance to be dethroned by a clicking UT offense, turf management that is better suited for a municipal driving range, and narrated by Gary. What, me worry?
Tie another one to the racks, baby...
There’s a quarterback controversy, it just happens to be for both teams. Florida is reeling and has nothing to lose, Georgia is riding high with everything to lose. Facing a Grantham defense that can’t lose to us every time, can it? We will be blessed with the opinions of Gary Danielson on how we fall flat in comparison to Alabama. All in Duval County where dreams go to die. What, me worry?
A conference opener against a South Carolina team coached by a former Georgia assistant, fresh from a walk-off win, still with that new-coach smell. With no idea which quarterback will play for either team, and Muschamp back on the sidelines. What, me worry?
Georgia opens the season against the #3 team in the country, a team that wears orange, a team that is like another school but with a lake, a team with a front seven as good or better than our own, a team that has won 3 national championships since we last won ours, away from home in yet another state with good but misplaced judgments on barbecue sauce, in the most anticipated game of the week, and all in front of some of the best recruits in the nation. What, me worry?