Posted: 9:49 am Tuesday, August 5th, 2014

Ten@10: Once again, injuries becoming part of Bulldogs’ storyline 

By Chip Towers

This photo was taken of Shattle Fenteng shortly before he left Monday's practice with a shoulder or arm injury. The junior college trasnfer is a candidate to start at cornerback. (UGA photo by Steven Colquitt)

This photo was taken of Shattle Fenteng shortly before he left Monday’s practice with a shoulder or arm injury. The junior college trasnfer is a candidate to start at cornerback. (UGA photo by Steven Colquitt)

THE TEN AT 10:

1. Georgia is just four days into preseason camp and injuries are starting to become part of the 2014 storyline. The latest name added to the list is Shattle Fenteng.

Fenteng, a junior college transfer from Hutchinson Community College, was having his shoulder and arm attended to by head trainer Ron Courson early in Monday’s practice before leaving Woodruff Practice Fields for the day. UGA was unable to supply an injury update after the 90-minute workout and the hope is that there will be one at some point Tuesday.

UPDATE: Defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt says Fenteng’s injury not serous.

In the meantime, inside linebacker Ramik Wilson sat out Monday’s practice for undisclosed reasons and outside linebacker Leonard Floyd participated but wore a green, non-contact jersey. All this, of course, followed last week’s news that star receiver Malcolm Mitchell injured his troublesome right knee just days before the first practice. He had to undergo arthroscopic surgery last Thursday and his timetable for a return remains undetermined.

The one bit of good news on the injury front was that tight end Jay Rome didn’t suffer a major setback when he left practice after hobbling off the field on Sunday. Rome, who had foot surgery last December, was back on the field on Monday.

Nevertheless, tight ends coach John Lilly great reservations about the junior’s ability to contribute as significantly early in the season as the Bulldogs had hoped.

“You have to be a little concerned with his conditioning and how ready he’s going to be when we play in less than a month,” Lilly said after Monday’s practice. “He just hasn’t practiced much, He’s been out some, and he’s not able to go some. It’s hard to evaluate a guy when that’s the case. But it’s a process. We’re not playing tomorrow, so we’ll see.”

2. Georgia’s situation behind Rome is pretty precarious because nobody else has played. Redshirt freshman Jordan Davis and converted fullback Quayvon Hicks would appear to be the next in line. But the Bulldogs brought in freshman signee Jeb Blazevich, who has been impressive in the early going, and got a late addition in converted basketball player Joseph Ledbetter, who transferred in from Pfifer University

“It could end up being any of them right now, quite frankly,” Lilly said.

Well, probably not Ledbetter. Asked how the transition was going for the 6-foot-5, 240-pound junior after not playing football for more than three years, Lilly laughed.

“It’s like if you stuck me in Spanish class right now and expected me to go somewhere they speak Spanish fluently in three weeks or whatever,” he said. “I’d struggle. I’d have a hard time doing anything. So it’s a process.”

3. Meanwhile, camp carries on for the rest of the Bulldogs, and they’ve gotten in a lot of work so far. Tuesday afternoon they’ll take the field for their fifth practice of 29 before the Aug. 30 opener against Clemson. It will be the first full-contact workout.

At this early juncture, none of the Bulldogs’ issues have been resolved. They’re still looking to settle on a left tackle and left guard, the competition rages on for a backup quarterback and they continue to shuffle players around in the secondary. Fenteng had shown enough promise at boundary corner that Jeremy Pruitt had been giving previous starter Aaron Davis a look at safety. We’ll be watching today to see if this mean Davis moves back outside.

But the Bulldogs will move toward solidifying the rotations toward the end of the week. The first scrimmage is at 5 p.m. Saturday at Sanford Stadium.

4. By the way, the grass practice fields that were conspicuously missing for the first few days of camp have been seamlessly replaced. In fact, if you didn’t know that Georgia had to scrape them up and replace them on the eve of camp — literally — you’d never know it by the current looks of them.

Rolls of “lay-and-play” Bermuda sod were brought in on 12 tractor trailers this past Friday night and the grass was in place by Saturday morning. On Monday, grounds crews finished lining the three 70-yard long fields while the Bulldogs practiced on their new field-turf fields.

Athletic director Greg McGarity said the grass fields would be ready to practice on by early this week. Whether they’ll try to break them in with the first full-contact practice of the summer remains to be seen.

5. As the Bulldogs prepare for the present, the coaches continue to work on the future, and that endeavor seems to be going well. Georgia on Monday locked up their 17th commitment for the Class of 2015 and, by all accounts, it was another good one.

Pat Allen, is a 6-foot-5, 285-pound offensive lineman from Reisterstown, Md., committed to the Bulldogs on Monday afternoon. He carries a 4-star rating in 247Sports.com’s composite rankings. He was holding offers from 25 other schools, including Florida, Florida State, Ohio State, Oklahoma and Tennessee.

That’s the third offensive lineman so far for next year’s class. That’s a good thing considering the Bulldogs will lose four seniors off this year’s team in David Andrews, Mark Beard, Watts Danzler and Kolton Houston.

6. The Lady Dogs basketball team left this past weekend for a 10-day playing tour of Italy. Asked before they left what he knew about that country, Georgia’s coach Andy Landers said: “The Mafia kind of resides there, and spaghetti. Oh, and I found out some of the best pickpockets in the world reside there.”

Clearly Landers wasn’t earning the favor of Italy’s board of tourism. Of course, he was kidding. And whatever Landers didn’t know, he asked his players to fill him in on.

Landers had each one of his players research one of the areas the team would be visiting during its trip and give an oral report.

“With all the technology we have these days, why wouldn’t we punch a few buttons and get a little scouting report,” he said. “You know, why IS that tower leaning?”

Added to their already hefty workloads, Landers’ players weren’t thrilled about another academic assignment.

“We were like, ‘man, are you kidding me, Coach?,” junior forward Merritt Hempe said. “But it actually was good for us. It’s good to have a little background before you go there so you can appreciate what you’re seeing.”

7. Getting to know Italy was part of the attraction of the trip. But the main impetus for Landers and the Lady Dogs is to get a leg up on the competition. In addition to the four or five games they’ll play against club teams overseas, Georgia was able to conduct 10 additional practices stateside before it left.

During that time, the Bulldogs worked almost exclusively on playing zone defense. Normally a man-to-man team, Landers said zone is all they’ll play in Italy. It’s not a strategic decision, but a logistical one given time and preparation restraints.

“That’s allowed us to break down the zone, go through all our developmental drills for the zone and I suspect that when we get back and start practice, we’re not going to spend any time on zone,” Landers said.

8. Rick Pauly was hired this week by Georgia coach Lu Harris-Champer as an assistant softball coach by coach . Pauly comes from USC Upstate, where he has served as a volunteer assistant coach the past three years.

“I am thrilled to have Rick as a member of the staff,” Harris-Champer said. “He has a proven track record of success and brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the program. With his guidance, I believe that our players, specifically our pitchers, will continue to grow in every aspect of the game.”

Pauly’s hiring completes an overhaul of last year’s coaching staff under Harris-Champer. Associate head coach Gerry Glasco resigned after this past season to take a similar position at Texas A&M and the contract of his daughter, Tara Archibald, who served as an assistant coach the last three years, was not renewed. The Bulldogs hired Tony Baldwin from North Carolina in June.

Meanwhile, Geri Ann Glasco, who hit .330 and clubbed 29 home runs with 103 RBI over the last two seasons at Georgia, has enrolled at Oregon. The rising junior from Watkinsville decided to leave after her father’s resignation. So that closes the door on the Glasco era at UGA.

9. UGA held it’s summer commencement ceremonies, and a couple of “Damn Good Dogs” were among the graduates. Former star defensive back and kick returner and 2011 Paul Hornung Award winner Brandon Boykin graduated with a degree in journalism. And NBA veteran and former Georgia basketball star Jarvis Hayes graduated with a degree in financial planning, housing and consumer economics.

Hayes’ graduation  came 10 years after that of his twin brother, Jonas Hayes, who is a UGA assistant coach. But, of course, Jonas didn’t play in the NBA for seven seasons.

10. And finally, congratulations is in order for Irwin Stolz of Athens. The 85-year-old former UGA swimmer won a gold medal this past weekend in the 2014 Fina Masters World Championships in Montreal, Quebec. Special thanks to “Mowgli the Man Cub” for pointing out this accomplishment on Twitter, @MowglitheManCu1.

 

136 comments
ColumbusDawg
ColumbusDawg

Yesterday I posted a sarcastic post about the media talking about Mason not throwing while they were permitted to view practice. Turns out his arm IS sore. What is Richt and Bobo doing to UGA quarterbacks that makes this happen over, and over again? I apologize to the pundit.

HotDawg
HotDawg

Lilly on Ledbetter...."it's like if you stuck me in Spanish class right now and expected me to go somewhere they speak Spanish fluently in three weeks or whatever....."

Was he speaking of Smyrna or Sandy Springs?

ThomasBrownUGA
ThomasBrownUGA

DawgGoneIt    12 hours ago


"I am cautiously optimistic in Hutson Mason however. He takes care of the ball, and is smart and knows the offense but how will he react when he plays a REAL tough opponent. Yes he played the 2nd half vs. Kentucky, started against GT and Nebraska but those are not tough teams.  How's he going to react and perform when he has to travel to Williams-Brice Stadium to face South Carolina in a hyped up SEC East dogfight? Yes he started vs. GT on the road, but like I said, that was not tough competition."


Maybe you watched a different game than I.  The way I remember Nebraska not being tough is that they beat Hutson Mason, perhaps the only QB we have trotted out there, who could've lost to Nebraska.  And, in the Georgie tek game, he fell behind 20 to nothing before Todd Gurley II scored 4 Consecutive Touchdowns to beat the nerds.  Then, we had the G-Day Game where he was floating his passes as well. The opening salvo in the G-Day Game was right in front of us.  He threw the ball skyward, as if a punt.  It traveled all of 29 yards.  I marked it off.


Against Kentucky, Aaron Murray completed 18 passes and 4 were TD; Hutson Mason completed 13 and 1 was a TD.  Aaron Murray had 4 rushes for 31 yards, and Hutson Mason 1 rush for 1 yard.  Hutson Mason fumbled the ball. 


Against Georgie tek, Hutson Mason rushed the ball 11 times for 9 yards, threw an interception and fell behind 20 to nothing before Todd Gurley II scored 4 consecutive touchdowns for us - the only touchdowns we got all day long.  6 penalties and 5 sacks against Georgie tek, Todd Gurley II by himself willed us to the win over Georgie tek, or they beat us too - not Hutson Mason.


Against Nebraska, again Todd Gurley II scored the only 1 touchdown we got all day long, while Hutson Mason the designated Starter for Mark Richt like Joe Tereshinski III and like Joe Cox, threw an interception again, rushed 9 times for minus 18 yards again and Fumbled the ball, AGAIN.  7 penalties and 4 sacks, Hutson Mason was not good against Nebraska.


You said, not once, but twice, the 3 games were not tough competition, but looking at Huston Mason, he found them way too tough on him, personally.  He floats the ball, unable to throw the deep pass, is slow afoot, a poor runner prone to fumble, be sacked, and to throw interceptions.  And, his G-Day Game deep pass to open the play, ruined the G-Day Game.


If you think you're cautiously optimistic in Hutson Mason going on the road to play # 9 South Carolina and beat them, to beat Florida, to beat # 5 Auburn, to beat Missouri at their house, to beat # 16 Clemson to begin the season, and then to beat # 2 Alabama in The SEC Championship Game before beating # 3 and # 1 in the play-offs, then, you're cautiously optimistic in typing on the Internet - either that, or you do not care about us winning football games against teams who actually are ranked for the season.


54-26 us to Alabama 72-9 and 3 NC, and with all these Arrests/Suspensions putting us in no position to have any Injuries with only 78 of the 119 Signed Scholarship recruits who with redshirt could've been playing for us this season - this is where we are and with a QB who floats his passes and cannot escape with the ball at all.  We have far better Quarterbacks on the team, just like we did when Mark Richt and Mike Bobo sang the praises of Joe Cox and of Joe Tereshinski III as 5th year seniors they HANDED the ball to.


2014 is more of the same.


And, the Mark Richt Apologists will be out in force with their latest EXCUSES for why this continues, and how great 9-5 or 9-4 is, which is what we have done the ENTIRE 2nd half of the Mark Richt era, on the average.


2014 is no different.

DawgGoneIt
DawgGoneIt

I believe the defense will have major improvement in year 1 under Pruitt but year 2 I believe the defense will truly become elite; when Pruitt has the guys that he handpicked to play in his defense play under him. That's when our defense will truly shine and be top 5ish top 10ish in college football. But as for this season, I am expecting simple coaching changes not only at coordinator but on every level of the defense: DL, LBs, and secondary to have a big impact on how we play this season. Coaching matters. 


UGA simply needs a defense that can stop teams and hold them under 21 points. If we can do that, we can win most if not all of our games because I'm highly confident in the offense that we currently have and our ability to score on anyone. It's nothing for UGA to go out and score 35-40 (sometimes close to 50 or more) points. However, stopping another team from scoring on you is a different story and that's what I hope UGA proves they can do this season.

Realisticfan
Realisticfan

Congratulations to you Jarvis and Brandon.  If it was easy, everyone would have a degree. Go Dawgs. 

OH-IO
OH-IO

Clemson - L

South Carolina- L

Auburn - L

"Warm" Tier 2 Bowl - L


Toss-ups


Tenessee

Vanderbilt 

Tech

Charleston Southern


Fire Richt

Fire Bobo

Fire Pruitt

Fire McGarity

andrech3
andrech3

The Dawgs won't be losing any games any time soon. They are gonna be really good this year especially if we can keep everyone healthy. Now over in Atlanta the nerds are giving away free tickets to the Wofford game to season ticket holders. What a stark difference in two football programs!

SinceVince
SinceVince

Im already bracing for more of the same with our football program under CMR. Arrests, injuries and maybe losing our first two games, not to mention a hiccup to some team we should beat.

TrueDawg1986
TrueDawg1986

@ColumbusDawg you're so right...Richt and Bobo just screw these QBs up so they have no future...oh wait....

TrueDawg1986
TrueDawg1986

@ThomasBrown Thanks Troll...no one is buying the act that you are a UGA fan but thanks for stopping by

gtcaryd
gtcaryd

@DawgGoneIt I think you're delusionish.........good grief!  Your defense couldn't hold a team under 21 points unless they call the game at halftime.

aladawg47
aladawg47

@OH-IO You stupid ignorant SOB until ohio state beats an SEC team you need to shut the hell up. Big 10 is full of wusses.  

TrueDawg1986
TrueDawg1986

@OH-IO We so appreciate your Yankee wisdom...there is still time to pack your carpet bag and head back to the rust belt before your overhyped Butteyes kick off another Little10 pansy schedule.

Phillipdj
Phillipdj

You wanna fire a coach who just won 3 straight national championships before his first game at Uga? Well there goes your credibility

FlatTire
FlatTire

@OH-IO 

Michigan St - L

the rest of that FCS level schedule - W

another BCS bowl due to easy schedule - L

DIT
DIT

@andrech3 - My friend I see 3 losses for us this year. So please give me what your smoking because I guess I need those foggy glasses over my eyes.

TrueDawg1986
TrueDawg1986

@SinceVince Well bless your heart fair weathered fan (if even that)...perhaps you should grab a .357 magnum and just end it now to spare us all your endless drivel.

Railroadtracgang
Railroadtracgang

@SinceVince Vince, like injuries are Richts fault or a guy with no past record gets a dui.  Please, try and enjoy it. Its not that bad. 

gtcaryd
gtcaryd

@SinceVince Your killing everybody's Dawg buzz man. If you get concerned about anything with the team, DawgCO and DadgumItDawg will explain it to you like a you're a 2nd grader and you will feel a warm inside then. Dang i'm too late.

DawgGoneIt
DawgGoneIt

@SinceVince I'm confident in our defense. I believe it will improve. I am cautiously optimistic in Hutson Mason however. He takes care of the ball, and is smart and knows the offense but how will he react when he plays a REAL tough opponent. Yes he played the 2nd half vs. Kentucky, started against GT and Nebraska but those are not tough teams. What's he going to do vs. Clemson with Vic Beasley and their D-line breathing down his neck all game? How's he going to react and perform when he has to travel to Williams-Brice Stadium to face South Carolina in a hyped up SEC East dogfight? Yes he started vs. GT on the road, but like I said, that was not tough competition. It'll get a bit more "real" for him this season. If he can handle himself and the adversity, I think this will be a great season. I'm not worried about the defense one bit. Under Pruitt, those guys will be better.

ThomasBrownUGA
ThomasBrownUGA

@TrueDawg1986 


You were a true dog fan in 1986 ?  You've been a true dog fan since 1986 ?  I have never ever seen a single solitary post you've ever written.  I read this one, and I see no evidence of you being a dog fan at all in that post.  Just a personal attack because you don't like it that we're 54-26.

TrueDawg1986
TrueDawg1986

@gtcaryd Seriously, a GT Gnat has anything to say here?  We SHREDDED that sad little "defense" you people were so mouthy about.  What is it now, 33 of the past 36 UGA has won?  Keep talking...you have a ton of credibility

WDE
WDE

@gtcaryd @DawgGoneIt and we still manage to beat your bunch after spotting them 20 points..brother I think you have more issue to demand your attention than anything UGA has.

DawgGoneIt
DawgGoneIt

@gtcaryd That's what I'm hoping Pruitt changes. We've held teams under 21 under Grantham's leadership but I want to see it consistently week after week under Pruitt.

Dawggie
Dawggie

@Phillipdj  Um, you really thought buckeye had credibility before today?

DawgGoneIt
DawgGoneIt

I see 3 games that could give UGA some trouble and that's Clemson, South Carolina, and Auburn. But we get Clemson and Auburn in Athens. That South Carolina game (to me) will be the defining part of our season. We win that game and beat them for the 2nd year in a row and we could be on a roll heading into the Florida game. 

TrueDawg1986
TrueDawg1986

@gtcaryd You said it brother....Thanks God that UGA doesnt suck and end up losing to the Gnats for the past 30 years (what is it now, 2 wins or 3 for you sad insects)?

Realisticfan
Realisticfan

@gtcaryd @andrech3 Right. Except for the fact you are so jealous of our football program and envy is a terrible thing.  And so is Pride.  So just shut up and admit it. 

SinceVince
SinceVince

@Railroadtracgang  Im trying to enjoy it no doubt.... but on the other hand you cant deny the same ole pattern here.

DawginCO
DawginCO

@gtcaryd  Is that why you have such trouble with plain as day explanations?

DawgGoneIt
DawgGoneIt

@gtcaryd I also have concerns. A true fan will always have concerns and no team is perfect. If they were, they'd go undefeated and beat everyone by 100 points. If you don't like what I or DawginCO or any other Dawg fans post, then do yourself a favor and don't even bother coming to the UGA section of the newspaper. Just stay in GT land and we'll stay in ours. It's that easy for you to never see me or any other Dawg again.

OH-IO
OH-IO

@DawgGoneIt


"I'm confident in our defense" 


What a line of crap. I could understand "hopeful" or "Pruitt should put us in a better position" or "anything will be better that Grantham.


That's why dog are delusional. They haven't played a live snap yet you're "confident". 

TrueDawg1986
TrueDawg1986

@DawgGoneIt Agree...but I'm also watching that Tenn and Florida...could be a big year for both of those programs. 

TampGator1
TampGator1

@DawgGoneIt 

Florida might be on a roll heading into that JAX game as well.  And I hope Bama is overlooking Florida like you.   

FlatTire
FlatTire

@DawgGoneIt Florida will give us more trouble than Clemson;  If Driskel is playing decent they might win

TrueDawg1986
TrueDawg1986

@SinceVince @Railroadtracgang Yep, the same ole pattern...oh wait didnt we play for the true national championship just 18 months ago and miss by 5 yards?  You are sooooo right....all is lost, lets all take the big dirt nap....we're allllll doooooomed!

gtcaryd
gtcaryd

@DawgGoneIt @gtcaryd I really enjoy the majority of the guys on here, you and CO just enjoy talking to" everyone" like you're smarter than they are. And you both make it obvious that you're not. Don't get me wrong, i get some good laughs from your posts too.

TrueDawg1986
TrueDawg1986

@OH-IO #1 LBs group in the COUNTRY (do you have 3 on the list...no) and a front 7 that was ALREADY in top 3 in rushing defense against the SEC in 2013...and we lost only one starter.  DBs finally being coached a simple system by a true coach/teacher that also is instilling FUNDAMENTALS and COMPETITION in practice.  Yes, there are quite a few Dawgs fans that are confident in our defense.

DIT
DIT

@gtcaryd - We were not good 2nd half of the year last year. The teams we beat were not good at all and the one we lost to was not that good. Actually gave the game to them. Bowl game with 2 average teams at best.

DawgGoneIt
DawgGoneIt

@gtcaryd We will be healthy this year. We weren't healthy last year. If you really believe GT (or Nebraska for that matter)  can hang with a healthy UGA squad then you're delusional. 

TrueDawg1986
TrueDawg1986

@OH-IO Yes, and will be fine doing so now that we can field an offense

TampGator1
TampGator1

@FlatTire 


I think he will be playing decently.  And he is a decent fellow as well.

DawginCO
DawginCO

@gtcaryd  Like I am smarter?  I just point out what isn't getting talked about.  There is a solution for you, you know.  You don't have to troll Bulldawg blogs.

DawgGoneIt
DawgGoneIt

@gtcaryd Well if you choose to come here, you're going to see me 9 times out of 10. Deal with it. 

gtcaryd
gtcaryd

@DIT @gtcaryd I agree DIT, i think you go 9-3 or 8-4 this year. Hell there is nothing wrong with that, i would sure take it over on North Ave. Too much attrition to recover from this year. Always enjoy your posts DIT, I guess you can't say the same for me but i understand that. 

DawgGoneIt
DawgGoneIt

@gtcaryd That's not an excuse. That's just a fact. You lose Gurley who is arguably the best player in CFB and another slew of offensive weapons (Scott-Wesley, Rome, Marshall, Bennett, Mitchell, etc) you're going to struggle a little bit. Couple that with having a horrible defense and to be able to still win 8 games and only lose 1 of your 5 losses by more than 5 points speaks volumes. UGA will be alright.

TrueDawg1986
TrueDawg1986

@gtcaryd @DawgGoneIt I can't recall 2008 as well as I can the other 13 years...funny thing is that soon you'll be "O for the decade"!  LMAO that you people think you have anything to say other than hate on your far superior Big Brothers in Red and Black.  Just say "thanks you sir" when we crush you and wipe you off our boots.....

DawgGoneIt
DawgGoneIt

@gtcaryd Wow. 2008. A 3 point GT win and your only one over UGA since what? 1999? Get a grip. 

gtcaryd
gtcaryd

@DawgGoneIt You're right, 2 excuses. Injuries and a pitiful defense? is that an excuse?

Grant1296
Grant1296

@SinceVince @gtcaryd Everyone gets your point Bubba...

You could atleast be somewhat optimistic...

(Not 15 and 0 baby) but, somewhat optimistic..

gtcaryd
gtcaryd

@DawgGoneIt @gtcaryd You're the one running that yap about beating a healthy dawg team, just wondering if they were healthy. Please don't make yourself look silly, Neb-875 wins UGA-768. Nebraska is 2nd all time.

DawgGoneIt
DawgGoneIt

@SinceVince No we shouldn't. But the fact that they've only beaten us twice in the past 19 years speaks more truthfully of the situation here than Vandy being a "better team" than UGA last year. They were not.

DawgGoneIt
DawgGoneIt

@gtcaryd UGA is right where they should be. Recruiting is taking off, we have a good team. You always need a little luck and last year luck just didn't go our way. The injuries, tipped balls for touchdowns, etc. Just wasn't our year. But 8 wins would be praised at some schools. Not at UGA. We want 10 or better like in 2012 when we won 12. Without the injuries, UGA is a 10 win team last year. Hell even with them, they had that Auburn game until the miracle happened. That would have been 9 wins there. The Vandy loss was just out of the norm and that penalty cost us the game. I still say that.

DawgGoneIt
DawgGoneIt

@gtcaryd UGA isn't too far behind. I think we're like 10th or so in all time wins. Not too shabby

SinceVince
SinceVince

You are what your record says you are

gtcaryd
gtcaryd

@DawgGoneIt Throw the refs in there, forgot that one. Tip ball..........i don't think that qualifies as a excuse.

gtcaryd
gtcaryd

@DawgGoneIt @gtcaryd Yea GT is 17th and only 65 wins behind UGA. Whole lot of history at schools other than UGA, We are 2 wins away from going past VT at 16.

DawgGoneIt
DawgGoneIt

@gtcaryd You can say what you want. But UGA will be a much better team than last year. I can assure you of that. But being a fan of Tech must suck knowing you'll never be better than us. We run this state. Makes my balls tingle knowing we own you.

DawgGoneIt
DawgGoneIt

@gtcaryd "Only 65 wins"...you'll never get past where you are right now because in order for that to happen VT or anybody in front of you would have to totally collapse and lose the majority of the rest of their games and you'd have to win most of yours. Which we all know is not going to happen.

gtcaryd
gtcaryd

@DawgGoneIt You in the car, you might need some new tires if your tingling that bad. TMI for me, but hey you can own the state and beat your chest, and act like the smarmy little creep you are but you still ain't won shat in 34 years junior. Only 24 for the Institute. And understand this i know i can say whatever i want and i will continue to.

TrueDawg1986
TrueDawg1986

@DawgGoneIt @gtcaryd Hey now Dawg, lets not forget that those Gnats have the most high powered High School offense south of Norcross! No wonder they can't even get a four star recruit on campus, forget about signing one!

gtcaryd
gtcaryd

@DawgGoneIt @gtcaryd I am in no way shape or form think we will pass UGA, we could very easily pass VT and #15 Syracuse.

TrueDawg1986
TrueDawg1986

@gtcaryd So in saying that you acknowledge that the North Ave Trade School "ain't shat"....LMAO....LOVE IT!

DawgGoneIt
DawgGoneIt

@gtcaryd You do realize GT didn't win that 1990 title right? That belongs to Colorado. You didn't actually play and beat anyone for a championship. You got a single vote over Colorado (847-846) in the UPI Coaches Poll but Colorado was ranked ahead of you in the AP Poll. Colorado was the champ in 1990. Sucks for you.

DawgGoneIt
DawgGoneIt

@gtcaryd No you won't because like I said, they'd have to lose the majority of their games the rest of the way and you'd have to win the majority of yours the rest of the way. That's not going to happen. GT typically wins 6-7 games each year. Won't win any more than that.

gtcaryd
gtcaryd

@DawgGoneIt @gtcaryd  You talking about the CO team that had 5 downs, right steve, Oh yea, we beat you, must have sucked to be you in 1990.

gtcaryd
gtcaryd

@DawgGoneIt If we go 7-5 for 2years and they go 6-6, it's been awhile since school but i believe that would tie it up.