November 29, 2015

[GYSB] - The Sunday Treatment, A Trip Around the Dawgosphere, and some thoughts on Richt...

Greetings, fine readers.

Hope it's good out there for everyone. It's been a bit since we've last conversed, and for that, I apologize. To use an electoral term, I had to reset my precincts.

But this isn't about politics. No, this is about the Greatest Program in the History of College Football. Sorry, 'Bama, we know you have a bunch more trophies but you don't have Uga, the Hedges, the Chapel Bell, Downtown, the legend of Herschel, and a few score other things. You've got your own deal. Now, you have The Process. seems to be working out for you. So good for you.

It is in the estimation of this writer that the 2015 version of the Georgia Dawgs will go down as the worst 9-3 team in the history of college football. But hey...better lucky than good, right?

In terms of the Dawgosphere, I think that's a feature I'm going to put on the shelf for the time being. If you're reading this, then you've already read or probably will read the usual suspects. My favs are Bernie, Tyler at GA Sports Blog, and naturally, that esteemed magnificent Jew Lawyer - the one and only one - the Honorable Sen. Blutarsky.


Regarding Richt:

He's our coach. We love him. But let's see what happens in the bowl game. And naturally there's the whole Eason thing to study on. And them o'er boys. They all seem to really like Richt, and their folks, too. There's the money concerns. Coalitions, Alliances, and Power Plays. Shit. Maybe this is a story about politics...

Certainly Richt seems to be living the charmed life; one has to think about that. There's something more to this story that I just can't quite put my finger on...a story from Antiquity, maybe? No. Duality of Man. Evil Richt???!!! } cue the dramatic music { Ha, ha...just having some fun with you, you beautiful, wonderful readers. No, but one certainly has to entertain the idea that perhaps this man's faith is, indeed, helping him.

And finally - I think it was Bernie, or was it Tyler...think it was Tyler, who reminded us that almost every close win this year was a just about a complete redo of any number of Dooley games during the 80's. We all know the formula: solid kicking game, killer D, and an offense that flirted with abomination. As I said, John Lastinger would have felt right at home here, and somewhere George Haffner is smiling...

As the wise one says, "Ain't no tellin'!"


  1. Was the "jew Lawyer" thing really necessary to your point?

  2. No it wasn't, but I think the Senator has an appreciation for such things.

    He retweeted it, FWIW?

    Thanks for givin' us a read, Mr. Bill.