Posted: 10:07 am Tuesday, April 8th, 2014

Ten@10: Will Tramel Terry stay on defense and what about all those Dogs in the Masters? 

By Chip Towers

THE TEN AT 10
1. Don’t be surprised if Tramel Terry ends up moving back to offense by August. Right now nobody’s saying that’s going to happen. But Terry’s recent comments about his progress on the defensive side of the ball hinted that it’s not going great and he didn’t seem very happy.

The redshirt freshman athlete from Goose Creek was moved from receiver to defensive back during bowl practices in December and has been working at safety throughout Georgia’s spring practices.

Tramel Terry peers into the stands while watching one of Georgia's games from the sidelines last year (UGA photo by Steve Colquitt)

Tramel Terry peers into the stands while watching one of Georgia’s games from the sidelines last year (UGA photo by Steve Colquitt)

“It’s more new to me as far as the concepts of what we’re trying to do out there,” Terry said this past week. “Each day it’s getting better and better. I’m just trying to get all the little terms and get them out on the field instead of thinking so much. Other than that I’m fine. I’ve just got to work hard in the summer time and get my feet right and come back.”

Not exactly brimming with confidence and certainly not much like what we’ve been hearing from J.J. Green. The sophomore and former running back also made the move to defense and appears headed toward a starting position either at the Star position or safety. He’s worked at both with the No. 1 defense this spring.

Terry’s work has primarily come with the second- and third-string units.

“I didn’t come here to be a second-team guy or third-team guy, you know what I’m saying?” said Terry, who was named Mr. Football in South Carolina when he left Goose Creek High. “I came here to play, and that’s my goal this year. I’ve just got to put in the work and learn, and I’m willing to do that.”

2. Terry’s move to defense came at the behest of former Georgia defensive coordinator Todd Grantham.

“Every practice Coach Grantham would come up to me and say this is where you’re money’s at, this is where you can make it,” Terry recalled. “I looked at the DBs and I’m like, ‘I’m a defensive guy,’ like my body size and all that. I just trusted them. They put me on the defense for the bowl game and I was out there making plays. It was more relaxed. … They were just kind of putting me out there and telling me what to do. Now it’s more like learning. Sometimes I’m hesitant on what I’m doing I’ve just got to keep learning from the coaches and make sure I know everything and I’ll be fine.”

Terry scoffed at the prospect of possibly being utilized on both sides of the ball or as a kick returner, as was once discussed.

“I feel like my hands are full right now,” Terry said. “We’ve got plenty of guys who are capable of doing it. I guess they just want me to be on the field at safety and focus on that. … I’ve just got to become a defensive player.”

3. At the moment, Chris Haack doesn’t have any plans to attend this year’s Masters. But he’s got some close friends in Augusta with badges and says he can be there in a flash on Sunday if one of his guys is in contention.

There are decent odds that one might. The Georgia Bulldogs have four golf alums in this year’s field, five if one counts Patrick Reed, and UGA doesn’t (more on that below).

Harris English, Russell Henley, Chris Kirk and Bubba Watson will all be teeing it up at Augusta National this week. All four have notched PGA Tour victories in the last six months and Watson, of course, is the 2012 Masters champion.

“If there is a Georgia Bulldog in the hunt, I’ll find a way to get down there,” said Haack, whose current UGA golf team is ranked No. 5. “I hope all four of them are. They’re all playing pretty good right now.”

Henley won the Honda Classic last month and is coming off a tie for seventh this past weekend in Houston. Watson won the Northern Trust Open in February. Kirk and English both won last year and have been consistently good this year. They’re sixth and fourth, respectively, in the latest FedEx Cup standings.

4. Reed, who played at Georgia from 2008-09, is playing better than any of them and is considered one of the favorites among the 24 Masters rookies in the field this year. The Augusta native comes in with a No. 2 FedEx ranking and has already won twice in 2014.

Patrick Reed played golf at Georgia briefly, but the Bulldogs don't consider him one of their own. (Getty Images)

Patrick Reed played golf at Georgia briefly, but the Bulldogs don’t consider him one of their own. (Getty Images)

But the Bulldogs don’t claim Reed as one of their own. He was dismissed from the program for multiple team rules violations and transferred to Augusta State.

“It just wasn’t a very good fit and we decided to part ways and find him somewhere else to go,” Haack said this week. “But there was no doubt he was a super talent.”

No doubt. Now known as Georgia Regents University of Augusta, Reed led the Jaguars to back-to-back national championships in 2010-11, the second of which came head-to-head over the Bulldogs. Reed beat English 2-and-1 in the final match of match-play to claim that title.

It was a defeat that still stings for UGA. If you’re rooting for a little Bulldog-flavored drama at the Masters this week, hope for a playoff between Reed and English for the green jacket.

5. A quick note on the current Georgia men’s golf team: The No. 5-ranked Bulldogs played this past Saturday won the Met Intercollegiate on Saturday for its third victory of the season. Led by medalist Lee McCoy, the Bulldogs shot 16-over 580 to host Yale along with Army, Brown, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Penn and Princeton by a total of 33 strokes over 36 holes at Century Country Club and Old Oaks Country Club.

The Bulldogs earlier won the Dick’s Sporting Goods Collegiate Challenge Cup in September and the Linger Longer Invitational in their last outing in March.

The Met was one of two events UGA added late to its schedule in advance of the April 25-27 SEC Championships on St. Simons Island. The other late addition is the College Match Play Championship at the Capital City Club’s Crabapple Course on April 19. The Bulldogs will join Georgia, Georgia Tech, Auburn and Florida State competing in the match-play competitions, which is structured similar to those at the NCAA Championship. The teams’ No. 5 players will face off, followed by the No. 4 players and so on, with each individual match counting one point toward the team score.

The semifinal matches will feature the team ranked highest among the four in that week’s Golfstat rankings against the team ranked lowest. The other semifinal would pit the team ranked second-highest against the team ranked third-highest. Current rankings would pit No. 4 Georgia Tech against No. 26 Auburn and No. 5 Georgia against No. 12 Florida State, but the semifinal match-ups are subject to change.

6. Really sad what happened to last week to Jack Bauerle. Of course, he was indefinitely suspended from his duties as Georgia’s swimming and diving coach after the Bulldogs’ received a Notice of Allegations from the NCAA.

UGA – and Bauerle specifically – is accused of “breach of conduct” and providing an “extra benefit” to a student-athlete. Georgia has 90 days to respond to the allegations and then the two parties have 60 days to arrange a hearing. So you’re looking at a process of at least five months.

But the fact that Bauerle is already suspended from his duties (he can’t even access his office at the Gabrielson Natatorium) does not bode well for the 35-year coach surviving this ordeal. Never minding the NCAA matter, it’s against UGA Athletic Association policy for a coach to have direct contact with an instructor over a student-athlete’s academic status. Apparently they have phone records and other electronic evidence proving took place.

Bauerle aims to fight and has retained outside counsel. Maybe he’ll beat it. In any case, he remains one of the most successful Georgia – and well-liked — coaches in history and will after this is over. Even if there was a momentary lapse of reason, there are dozens who will stand ready to support and defend him.

7. You might have to enter into the chicken-and-egg argument, but from a timing standpoint it appears Georgia’s move to extend the contract of men’s basketball coach Mark Fox paid immediate dividends.

The Bulldogs this past weekend landed two commitments for the 2014 recruiting class. Fred Iduwe, a 6-foot-11, 220-pound center who is originally from Nigeria and plays at St. John’s Northwest Military Academy near Milwaukee, UGA over North Dakota and Wisconsin-Green Bay. Yante Maten is a 6-8, 230-pound power forward from Bloomfield Hills, Mich., who carries a 3-and picked the Bulldogs over Michigan State and Indiana.

Both prospects fulfill Georgia’s need to add some front-line depth. The Bulldogs lose only 6-9 forward/center Donte Williams off this year’s team, which finished 20-11 overall and finished second in the SEC (12-6).

Freshman pitcher Robert Tyler enters the Tennessee series with a 3-2 record and 1.37 ERA.

Freshman pitcher Robert Tyler enters the Tennessee series with a 3-2 record and 1.37 ERA.

8. Don’t look now, but coach Scott Stricklin’s Diamond Dogs are within three wins of matching last season’s victory total with 23 games to go. Georgia won two of three on the road at Missouri this past weekend to notched its second straight SEC series. The Bulldogs (18-13-1, 5-6-1 SEC) travel to Clemson (20-10) on Tuesday night at 6:30 p.m. before having Tennessee in for three at Foley Field starting on Thursday.

9. Georgia coach Mark Richt continues to be involved with the All Pro Dad organization along with his good friend Tony Dungy. Dungy, the former Super Bowl coach, will make an appearance Wednesday at the H.H. Gregg in Alpharetta. There, tickets will go on sale for the “All Pro Dad LIVE” event that will take place later this summer at Greater Atlanta Christian in Norcross. Dungy, Richt and other celebrity fathers will be among the featured speakers who will address Atlanta-area fathers about becoming passionate about their role in the family and providing resources to “rightly train up” their children and give them a hopeful future. For tickets and more information, visit AllProDadLIVE.com.

10. This & that: I’m in Augusta covering this little invitational tournament down here this week. But the ever-capable Tim Tucker is manning the store back in Athens and will be providing coverage of this week’s practices and Saturday’s 1 p.m. G-Day Game at Sanford Stadium. … Of course, admission to the G-Day is free and the gates will open at 11 a.m. But that’s not the only thing going on in Athens this weekend. In addition to the baseball team’s three-game series against Tennessee, the women’s tennis team has matches against Alabama on Friday and Auburn on Sunday and the track team will be hosting the annual Spec Towns Invitational. Parking will be at a premium so get to town early on Saturday.

313 comments
ThomasBrown
ThomasBrown

It's been now a WEEK, 7 days.  Chip Towers says here on this blog that he is off to the Masters, but he didn't write anything about UGA Sports hero Bubba Watson, with basketball wife from the same team as the Miller twins and Tweety Nolan, winning the Masters again.  Chip Towers said here, a week ago too, that Tim Tucker would be filling-in.  Go to the AJ-C Sports' Page and look, and Chip Towers but no Tim Tucker.  Bold-faced Tim Tucker, but that's not a URL Link.


7 days.


Why tell us you are "covering" the Masters - won yet again by an UGA Sports hero Chip Towers ?


Please turn this UGA Sports' blog over to someone who gives a rats' behind about it.


Abdicated when G-Day was Saturday 100 days of no football, and now until end of August.


Nah G-Day wasn't important, 50,000 of us there and Chip Towers, just AWOL.

gtcaryd
gtcaryd

Does anybody work at this newspaper?

ThomasBrown
ThomasBrown

you pull for tech...how disturbing. Dude you pull for too many teams in my opinion

ThomasBrown
ThomasBrown

You don't expect me to do anything with your posts.  Nah, don't think that's going to happen.


We see, again, during the game - what a beautiful day today for our Spring G-Day Game - that you sat at home couch potato : How did you say it ?


Grabbing the remote and SWITCHING CHANNELS.


Noted FSU had their spring game today too; and, on ESPN main channel ?  What do they call that ?  The F-game ?  Sort of like a f-bomb to you, NoleNERDtek?Dawg? .


No torn loyalties here, bubba.


It's so obvious watching them, that Faton Bauta is really all-in here at The University of Georgia.  I did get my degree here.  I choose this school. 


All-in.


Faton Bauta all-in as he is, turned heads today; everyone noted.  He had a tremendous showing of heart, courage, leadership, DEEP BALLS, running, standing-in, short-to-intermediate passes, and afterwards saying that as long as it is good for The University of Georgia : He is fine.


We had another good crowd today, about a Graduation Size Celebration.


600 yards of passing on our defense.  Uh oh.


We settled in to our seats in the sun and 1st play Hutson Mason threw the ball 22-yards.


Did you see that on TV ?


I lost it in the sun.


He flung the ball straight skyward.  It looked like a punt.  Really.


Wounded duck.


I never saw such a lousy pass, and on the scripted 1st play for a guy HANDED the job.


His passes were nothing like those of Faton Bauta.


Maybe you had to be there.


And, what a day for it.  Loved it.  Nice drive up.  Relaxed traffic. 


We're still in trouble in our secondary, of that there is no doubt.


We still are a pass-happy offense.


Were we # 65 rushing in the nation today, and # 15 passing like all of last year ?


Compliments to Aaron Davis, who had a Scholarship Offer from Washington, and walked-on here. 


6' 3" and 220 lbs., Alabama gave Faton Bauta a Scholarship Offer Nick Saban.  He might have been starting over there in their A-game, if they call it that. 



gtcaryd
gtcaryd

At least ThomAss was delicate with NoleDawg, foul, offensive posts? Not my pal DawgNole?

gtcaryd
gtcaryd

It's G-Day! Hey Everybody!

ThomasBrown
ThomasBrown

As delicately as I can put it, NoleNERDtekDawg :


I do not know what you expect me to do with your foul offensive posts, but you probably did not expect a 4-sport letterman to reply to your continuing for years childish rude prudish replies to many herein.  It happens.


For myself, I'm not stupid and have a fair amount of experience, especially online and even more so AJ-C, 36 years AccessAtlanta/AJ-C.


Bend over, take left hand and remove Corn Cobb.


What makes you think you're so special ?


I've read your posts for years, abusing everyone.


Inflammatory posts the norm for you, and frankly, there's nothing very special about you other than you're a fan you say, gone for long periods from us all only to return mad while I am of course indignant to your nerds and with GOOD REASON BH !  A fan you say but never go to our games - like today ?  Heading up there ?  Hell no, you're not with the rest of us - except Chip Towers I guess UGA Sports' Blog author.


You also only are special because you claim 3 Gods.  Forgive me if I left any out.  Can't say I ever in my 60 years' on this Earth worldwide as I have been, ever met or even heard a person claiming to be EQUAL with more than 1 team, let alone 3 ?


Don't know who you rooted for when we played FSU; don't know who you would when we do again either  - both you've repeated ad naseum.


tek too, if we're not playing them, or FSU is not playing them.  I guess that one then is clear, only, that you aren't a tek nerd fan.


Other than that, you're as unspecial as they come.

POAD2013
POAD2013

350dog can you read? you should really love this.


Just got to LOVE the SEC.............................


ST. LOUIS -- A police investigation of a suspected burglary involving Missouri wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham has been closed without an arrest, primarily because of reluctant witnesses who fear retaliation and harassment for bringing a criminal complaint.

Coach Gary Pinkel announced the junior receiver's indefinite suspension Monday for an unspecified violation of team rules.

On Thursday, Columbia police reported they can't proceed with a case that began early Sunday when an 18-year-old Missouri student said Green-Beckham forced open her apartment door at 2:30 a.m. while trying to see his girlfriend, a friend of the victim.

The woman said Green-Beckham pushed her down at least four stairs.

Another roommate told police the 6-foot-6, 225-pound athlete pushed the first woman with two hands to the chest. But later that night, the two told a detective they didn't want to press charges.

A police report released Thursday shows Green-Beckham's girlfriend sent 16 text messages to the woman asking her to reconsider pressing charges. The responding police officer had already applied for a warrant for Green-Beckham's arrest on a felony charge of first-degree burglary.

"Dorial was wrong in every way and you have every right to be furious," one message reads. "I'm not sticking up for him but football really is all he has going for him and pressing charges would just ruin it for him completely."

"If you didn't want to press charges just say we all had a lot to drink and what not everything is fine," Green-Beckham's girlfriend later wrote.......

===========================================================


Without FOOTBALL he has nothing else!


Is he really even taking and passing classes to get that degree he is supposed to be working on.


http://espn.go.com/college-football/story/_/id/10766008/no-arrest-case-involving-dorial-green-beckham-missouri-tigers


Did you read the story the other day about the SEC Bagmen? What a classy group of teams you cheer for.

Dawg350
Dawg350

The only reason people go to the masters is to drink and eat themselves into 500 lbs. You got to get drunk to watch golf! Golf sucks!

DawgNole
DawgNole

Snagglepuss March 30, 2014

@ThomasBrown

You don't have to write volumes to prove you have never, and will never, see the big picture (probably the little pictures either) . . .

Also, there is no way you were a "planned child" but rather a sad result of a recreational endeavor!!!!!!!!!!

DawgVoiceofReason March 29, 2014

@FrankFraticelli @ThomasBrown 

Frank, You made a great case and I really liked your analogy.  Unfortunately, ThomasBrown will NEVER understand in any real sense, the points you made.  He is a human statistics machine and nothing much else . . . .

thebucketMarch 26, 2014

@ThomasBrown You are a one-trick pony with an agenda.

PaulinNH March 21, 2014

@ThomasBrown  

Only in Thomas' fevered brain is a #12 seed (NC State) losing by 3 to a #5 a "huge blow-out loss to a Cinderella team". . . .

Truthtyper at 9:47 a.m. Jan. 4, 2014

Thomas Brown = a true genius at cut & paste . . . .

chalkb at 6:03 a.m. Jan. 4, 2014

Oh no ,Thomas "write a book" Brown is starting up.
Boring, boring, boring , boring.....

Buzz-Off at 8:44 p.m. Nov. 21, 2013

Fact, Thomas Brown is off his meds. Does anyone even read his manic rants?

WDE at 9:58 a.m. Nov. 21, 2013

Oh ThomasBrown . . . you have always been a buffoon and I fear your best work is yet to come . . . .

TheOldGuy at 11:21 a.m. Nov. 11, 2013
Sounds like ThomasBrown has a little crush on Aaron Murray the was he keeps up with his stats and life.
Guess ThomasBrown would like to be his girlfriend.

THEBuckeye at 1:05 p.m. Nov. 11, 2013

tom brown,

SHUT UP!!!!

gtcaryd at 7:09 a.m. Nov. 6, 2013
Thomas is calling someone else a bully, thats rich.

Rounder at 8:56 a.m. Nov. 3, 2013

ahhhh Thomas Brown, I see the asylum is missing an inmate this morning.

PaulinNH at 2:45 p.m. Oct. 27, 2013

The problem trying to reason with an insane person (Thomas Brown) is they don't realize they are crazy.

_______________ 

Shall we go on, ThomAss?

Dawg350
Dawg350

Dawg nole

That's the only thing I don't like about you is that you pull for tech...how disturbing. Dude you pull for to many teams in my opinion.

ThomasBrown
ThomasBrown

DawgNole

“ I have no particular animosity toward Bama. More like envy.

My Nole side had hoped to play y'all in the NC game while you were still unbeaten.”


DawgNole September 5th, 2012  5:22 pm

“I’m on a Tech blog because I follow Tech and pull for the Jackets in all games except those with UGA and FSU.”


DawgNole January 4th, 2013 6:13 pm

"Half of me pulled for the Dawgs, half for the Noles–depending on the game situation. Mixed feelings, torn, and still don’t know who I’d pull for if they play again."


DawgNole at 8:00 p.m. Dec. 6, 2013

“True that, TB--then and now.”


DawgNole January 5th, 2013 10:38 pm

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“You’re the only one who appears to have an issue with that.”

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Swamp Thing September 3rd, 2012 4:54 pm

“DawgNole (which end is the Dawg and which end is the Nole?)”

Dawg350
Dawg350

UGA is going to have several good recruits visiting for G-day! Commit to the G!

Dawg350
Dawg350

I can't believe you idiots are all sitting in the hot sun watching the masters for hours! You can't even play this sport in the dark! Hahahahahaha! Golf is horrible and should be banned!

DawgNole
DawgNole

Thomas Brown, Feb. 6, 2014

. . . Why is Mark Richt # 5 most wins any college FBS 1-A then 2001-2013 ? . . . Why did he beat # 23 Vanderbilt 2013 ? . . . ." 2/6/14

ThomasBrown at 10:01 a.m. Nov. 3, 2013

. . . I now update my prediction for UGA 2013 to 10-3 with the # 1 Strength of Schedule . . .

Missouri, who has not beat anyone, loses to Texas A and M . . .

FSU remains on the outside looking in.

ThomasBrown at 5:35 a.m. Nov. 2, 2013
. . . FSU is so good with # 68 Strength of Schedule that they CANNOT make BCS Title game . . . .

gtcaryd
gtcaryd

I guess 350 wont consider TB one of the best posters on here any longer, what a sad day for dawgnation.

DawgNole
DawgNole

@ThomasBrown  

Like I said, less than zero respect from anyone who bothers to read your trash.

Keep flailing, lying coward. We know what you're about.

DawgNole
DawgNole

@gtcaryd  

The only thing delicate about ThomAss is the fine line he walks from insanity to perversion to dishonesty to cowardice to denial to hatred to immaturity . . . . You get the picture. A pathetic, overbearing creep whose self-aggrandizing posts elicit less than zero respect from those unfortunate enough to read them.

DawgNole
DawgNole

@ThomasBrown  

I don't expect you to do a damn thing with my posts. Get over yourself. You showed what you're about with your cowardly refusal to pick a winner in the most recent NC game--after spending the season sniping at FSU for its weak schedule. Gutless weasel.

A good first step for you would be simply to stop lying on blogs. Nowhere have I said I'm special, so quit making up crap. And I never mention my split loyalties unless I'm asked about them. So give us a break on your "ad nauseum" lie.

I "never go to our games"? Another lie. "Abusing everyone"? Yet another lie.

And given your well-documented record of lying, distorting, evading, misquoting, twisting, ducking, dodging, hiding, denying, and bragging, you might as well give up on anyone believing you're a four-sport letterman. Or that you had a decent GPA. NOTHING you say has a shred of credibility.

It's quite clear from my previous post how you're viewed by other bloggers on here. And that's only a tiny sampling of the disdain/disgust your sick-minded posts generate. You obviously haven't gotten the message yet. 

Go back to your hole, narcissist. You're way out of your league trying to trade licks with me. Mostly, you're neither wanted nor needed here. Don't believe me? Then I suggest you reread my post from two days ago. That should tell you all you need to know.

gtcaryd
gtcaryd

@POAD2013 Yea POAD, he's probably all strung out on the heathen devil weed marijuana.

POAD2013
POAD2013

@Dawg350  your wonderlic score was a 12 wasn't it?

DawgNole
DawgNole

@Dawg350  

So you'd prefer to play an 0-11 GT at the end of the season than a highly ranked, full-of-themselves GT team? Or fla team, or Auburn team, or SC team, etc.???

If that's the case, you're an extremely shortsighted fan--just like ThomAss is. Remember, you've just come to grips with the fact that you do NOT, under ANY circumstances, want to be like ThomAss.

I almost always pull for the opponents of my teams when they're playing other teams because I want my teams to earn respect when they win. You earn NO respect by beating sorry teams.

Beating ranked teams is FAR better for my teams' programs than beating winless ones--and I always want what's best for my teams.

Not a difficult concept.

Delusionaldog
Delusionaldog

@Dawg350  So you lie your pasty pale look? I bet you wear ankle length black socks with sandals and shorts. Nerd. 

ThomasBrown
ThomasBrown

@DawgNole


So, tell us all ?


Did you flip the channel from FSU's spring game on main channel ESPN to our G-Day game ?


Or, keep it on FSU's spring game, while the rest of us were at the G-Day Game  - not that you even go to our G-Day game as you ADMIT you did NOT.

gtcaryd
gtcaryd

@DawgNole I can absolutley assure you i couldnt have put it any better. In 10 try's.

POAD2013
POAD2013

@gtcaryd it sure has made him do some real STUPID things that is for sure.

Dawg350
Dawg350

Dawg nole.

I like you man...I said the only thing I don't like about you is that you pull for tech.lol. I just feel differently about the situation...I wouldn't pull for tech if they were playing Iraq. No matter their record..good or bad. We are gonna beat them anyways...so their record is no concern of mine. We can agree to disagree.

Dawg350
Dawg350

Bucky

Haha! I'm a real man Jeeves! I'm not some stuck up twit watching a pathetic disgusting game of golf! Sitting hours in the hot sun watching a game slower than baseball. You are a waste of space.

DawgNole
DawgNole

@ThomasBrown @DawgNole  

So, tell us all, coward? You MUST be physically at the game(s) to be considered a fan of the team, right? That's the kind of classic TB demented thinking that generates all those expressions of disgust toward you that I posted a couple of days ago. Still don't get, do you, perv?

I don't watch spring games of ANY team--never have. Nothing at all exciting to me about seeing them play each other. Based on the number of empty seats I've seen, I'm far from the only one.

Now go ahead and show us all how you can get your soiled drawers in a wad over that one.


POAD2013
POAD2013

@gtcaryd  UGa will only have 3 suspended because JHC was kicked off the team.

gtcaryd
gtcaryd

And 4 suspended, but UGA has 4 who will apparently be suspended also. Should be another great game.

DawgNole
DawgNole

@Dawg350  

Running.

I don't think we'll know about our defense until we see how they perform against Clemson. That should be a decent early test, although they've obviously lost a lot of firepower (Boyd, Watkins).

Dawg350
Dawg350

Tech will be out of it by week two as well! So what's your point you low life scum bucket?

POAD2013
POAD2013

@Dawg350  it will not make a difference who is back there UGa will be out of the Playoff Race by week 5.

Dawg350
Dawg350

Dawg nole

I hope your foot gets better.. How did you fracture it? I just hope our secondary looks distant. It looks like Pruitt is not happy at all by starting Aaron Davis. Is he playing that well or the rest of the guys are just awful right now?

DawgNole
DawgNole

@Dawg350  

Can't travel now; foot's in a boot to heal a fracture. Who are you pulling for--Red or Black? ;-)

Agree with you on arena ball. Same with Canadian football. They just don't compare with good ol' "American futbol."


Dawg350
Dawg350

Dawg nole

I understand fellow. Are you going to attend G-day? I tell what I tried to watch that arena ball last night and I just couldn't do it. It's not the same as CFB or pro.

DawgNole
DawgNole

@Dawg350  

It's not that I "pull for tech" per se; it's that I generally pull for ALL of my teams' opponents because I want my teams to beat GOOD teams--not crappy ones.

And I'll be the first to admit that I have a helluva hard time "pulling" for fla and Auburn. I have less than no love for either of those two, but beating them when they're on top and think they can't lose is oh so sweet! There's just nothing like it.

Dawg350
Dawg350

Card

Is your name...jackie Jenkins??? You sound like A Jenkins.

Dawg350
Dawg350

Poad

You are the one who likes big hairy men...I bet you sleep with several men at night.lol

POAD2013
POAD2013

@Dawg350  you just like games where you can roll around or grab some big sweaty guy and lay on top of him. You like Gladiator movies and the roman baths.

Dawg350
Dawg350

That's right I'm a mean sob! Golf is for guys who aren't athletic to football or basketball because they would get the f*** knocked out!