This is absolute gold, by my definition at least. Georgia and Clemson under the lights...for the first time in Sanford! Dan Magill. Vince Dooley. Herschel used as a DECOY!!
Plus, all the Clemsoning y'all!
“Right now, I’m not ready,” he said. “I’m not ready at all. … I’ve got to feel like myself,. Of course, I don’t. I’ve got to build confidence in the coaches right now. They don’t want to put me out there if I’m not ready.”The frustration oozes from every word in that quote.
|Floyd came hungry from Hargrave. (via)|
The Chick-fil-A Bowl win over LSU was a watershed moment for Swinney’s tenure: a win over a top-15 SEC foe. Sure, the Tigers had a pair of wins over Auburn, the win over South Carolina that sealed Swinney’s full-time status and a Music City Bowl win over Kentucky. But none seem to have resonated like fourth-and-16 and Chandler Catanzaro putting one right between the pipes as time expired in the Georgia Dome. (via)
"Our focus right now [isn't] so much the big picture dream than what have we got to do every single day, every single practice, every single play, to get where we want to go," Richt said. (via).And that's been a consistent message from Richt during this time of year. Win the East and you have a chance to win the SEC. Win that and there's a good chance you're playing in the most important game of the season. So the message is the same this August as it was last August. Hard to argue against that, logically or emotionally.
The 6-foot-3, 206 pounder reeled in six touchdown catches last season, good for second on the team, and had 342 yards on 20 catches. He’s a journalism major with the hopes of going into broadcast. He is the Southeastern Conference’s representative on the NCAA Division Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, focusing on simplifying the rule book as well as student-athlete well-being. The gig has Conley on the road three times a year — in July, November and January — and has him on frequent conference calls.This story on the Georgia wideout by Rachel Bowers paints a picture of a young man that continues to grasp your attention before fading back out of the spotlight. Part of that is a credit to Conley's position mates. When you're in a rotation with guys like Malcolm Mitchell and Michael Bennett that is bound to happen. But it also seems to be his nature. He doesn't command the spotlight with his mouth. He waits patiently for his actions to speak for themselves.
“Georgia is where I’m meant to be,” he said. “If that’s playing with and behind some people, then that’s what I’m going to do to help this team win. I feel good about it. I feel like I’m ready and prepared for those situations when they need me and they call on me.”Chris Conley, damn good Dawg!
|She let me sign her boobie.|