We finally have a good kickoff time, but we pay the price with commercials and Gary Danielson. Kirby is facing one of his former assistants, the SEC opener, a division foe, and the last team that beat Georgia at home. And we’re likely still missing RB1 and WR1. What, me worry?
Got no reason for the things I fear...
Dealing with a hangover, the national media suddenly fawning all over the place, continuing to deal with injuries, a QB that had to change his phone number, facing a pirate and a record-setting quarterback. And we don’t even get Gary to tell us how we’re not Alabama. What, me worry?
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?
We’re back on TV though I’m glad last week wasn’t, hitting the road for another divisional opponent, another Columbia (at least a better one), we’ve got injuries and moving violation, and our defense has allowed scoring in the last 5 quarters. What, me worry?
An SEC opener against a team sporting a former Heisman candidate quarterback, with passe’ EDM music endlessly blaring, echoed by a rooster with an identity crisis, and all being competed in the asphalt capital of the South**.…What, me worry?
This is my mistake, let me make it good...
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 is going to the SEC Championship Game, only having to defeat Nick Saban, the Alabama Crimson Tide football team, Gary Danielson’s man crush, and an SEC officiating crew that opted not to renew their vision benefits during open enrollment. What, me worry?