Friday, October 14, 2016

the Friday Misery is COMING HOME

Been under the weather and this is the best I can manage. Please file your complaints here. Thanks.

One thing to say
I'm ready to reach for the pylon.
I'm ready to shout to the Heavens.
I'm ready to hear the Bell.
I'm ready to bring the Payne.
I'm ready to put their ball carrier BEHIND the sticks.
I'm ready to give my all.
I'm ready to call the Dawgs.
I'm ready to ATTACK THE DAY!
Yes, I'm ready to persevere.

I'm ready to beat Vandy.

Please bow your heads...Dear Lord, bless the Redcoats and the forward pass. But please, please let us run free on Homecoming. Amen and Go Dawgs y'all!

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Staying hungry

On one hand you could read that as "Well sure, he should be considering how talented he is."

But given all of the circumstances Ledbetter put himself through to get to a point where he finally found the bottom, good to see he is making the most of the opportunity. Given that he hit that bottom during a coaching change, would've been easy for Kirby to give him a pink slip.

Monday, October 10, 2016

326 - 30, the only thought that matters

Doesn't matter that Eason struggled yesterday.
Doesn't matter that the 1st half clock ran out on us.
Doesn't matter that Isaiah McKenzie only touched the ball six total times.
Doesn't matter that we totaled eight penalties, some at crucial points.

The only thing that matters is that we out gained South Carolina on the ground by nearly 300 yards. You do that you can work around a young quarterback that is struggling on the road with the wind. You can survive a big road test that was far from perfect when you have two rushers over 100 yards and a third very close.

Survive and load the bus. Let's get better each week.

Go Dawgs!