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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?
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?
We’re coming off maybe our worst offensive performance since Labor Day, we still don’t have a full complement of playmakers on the outside, we’re facing a pass-happy offense that is used to shootouts, and one of the top running back in the country, all with a noon kick. What, me worry?
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?
Georgia faces one of the top defenses in the country, faces an offense with the #1 receiver and back in the conference, the injury report now leaks onto a second page, you can’t swing a dead cat on campus without hitting a CBS or ESPN satellite truck, and Gary D. is on the mic. What, me worry?
Coming off consecutive shutouts, the #1 defense in the country and it isn’t close, #2 in the country but garnering #1 votes, and doing so with a backup QB and missing All-American talent with injuries. What, me worry? Yes. Because, AUBURN.
A beloved former assistant comes back to town as an underdog, fresh off beating a top 10 SEC team, riding a fervent fanbase’s adoration, restoring a program to its former glory, and providing Georgia its first true test in a month, with Kirk Herbstreit holding court. 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?