|via Sanderlin AJC|
|via Sanderlin AJC|
|This is my bourbon, and my ring.....which is|
worth about $49 less than the bottle.
|Looks like fish to me.|
|As far as coaches gone wild, Larry still carries the torch.|
If there's one solitary group of guys that deserve to go out on top, we need not look any further."Right now they are very optimistic about how their senior season can finish," coach Mark Richt said. "We all know it wasn't a tremendous start, but through their leadership and their play and perseverance, we've found a way to battle back in this thing and turn this thing into a season that might be one that everybody will remember real fondly. I'm proud of them."They've been through a lot. They've been through some rough moments, but they're here and they're in a good place right now."
Conn is a Bama guy through and through. That being said, Grayson is a stone's throw from Athens. Ndkemdiche would have to be a fool not to consider UGA at this point. Plus, his brother Denzel rolled the dice on Houston Nutt and things are so giggety there any longer.They aren’t part of his top five, but UGA still has a spot in the sweepstakes for the No. 1-ranked junior in the country, Robert Ndkemiche of Grayson High School.The 6-foot-5, 270-pound defensive end made a rare unofficial visit last weekend, traveling to UGA with a couple of teammates to watch the Auburn game. The only other trip that Nkemdiche has made this fall was to rumored frontunner Alabama for the LSU game.Despite the Atlanta suburb of Grayson being located only 35 miles from UGA, the Bulldogs haven’t been able to crack Nkemdiche’s top five, which consists of Alabama, LSU, Florida, Oregon and Southern Cal.However, his coach told the AJC on Tuesday night to not count the Bulldogs out.“I’d put Georgia in the mix; he may decide that’s where he wants to go,” Grayson coach Mickey Conn said. “Georgia is playing really well right now, and they are playing good defense. They are probably going to play in the SEC championship game. Robert hasn’t ruled out Georgia.”
“Sometimes the receivers are going over to get on the JUGS and he beats them to it,” freshman receiver Chris Conley said. “So we’ll go and do another drill after practice until he gets off the JUGS.”Rambo says the after practice time catching balls out of the machine and extra time watching game film have contributed to his rise as one of the nation’s top ball hawks in the secondary.“It’s just the small things that I’m trying to improve on,” Rambo said.Rambo leads the Southeastern Conference and is second nationally in interceptions.The redshirt junior from Donalsonville has seven interceptions in nine games this season, making up for lost time after being suspended for the opener for an unspecified violation of team rules.“Missing that first game made me hungry,” Rambo said. “I had a lot to prove this year. I let a lot of people down and I wanted to show them I’m sorry for what I did and just go out there and ball out and just give those guys my all.”
“I think the Eastern Division is going to be decided way down the road, and I think we’re going to be right in the middle of it,” Richt said in the wake of a 45-42 loss to South Carolina on Sept. 10. “I think everybody needs to wait and see what happens because I think we’re going to become an outstanding football team before it’s over.”I wasn't anywhere close to ready to think about SEC East races at the time. But I'm sure paying attention now.
|Hey war tigers, domination is spelled with a D.|
"It looks like Georgia is going to win the East now," South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier said on a conference call with reporters on Sunday. "Give Georgia credit for regrouping; it looks like they're going to win seven straight [SEC] games. You always hold out a little hope [for a Kentucky upset], but Georgia is playing awfully well now."I really thought before the season if you did go 6-2 and you beat Georgia, that would probably be good enough. But it ... doesn't look like it is."