Within a couple hours yesterday afternoon the Dawg Nation spent an eternity on Mount Ecstasy. Gurley committed and then all remaining draft eligible players that were even mildly interested in the NFL decided to stay in Athens.
I harkened back to that day in early 2004 when David Pollack had a press conference to commit to his fourth season as a Dawg. Except that if that day was euphoric, yesterday was like a weeklong hot streak at the track. The good news just kept coming. It was impossible to keep up with, but I sure enjoyed trying.
Once I had settled into my weekend with a glass of bourbon on the deck, it began to sink in. Our juniors made a statement yesterday. There were a LOT of fans that received the message. For now, I will assume the underclassmen did as well.
The energy bus has achieved nuclear fusion y'all. Hang on tight.
When the Dawgs have a hockey team,as we do,that beats some #GatorSkin as we did Friday night (5-4 OT) and gets no S/O from Professor Bernie...who holds a PHD in #DawgScience ..it shows how small the impact of the Savannah market (Well except for Mr.Seiler) is! GATA
It will be the fans job to bring it every Saturday. Need to make Sanford Stadium the loudest venue in the SEC
Correct, we need the fans to bring the noise and we need to expand the stadium to add more room for fans to come get after it
My apologies Ron. The BDB correspondent didn't get it covered due to an ice storm.
Can't really expand any further. We'll never close in the west end and block out that view of campus. Just won't happen. However, I do think McGarity needs to look at how student tickets are distributed. They either need a different method or fewer tickets allotted. Too many empty seats over there.
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