Your humble correspondent took stock of the schedule facing the UGA Bulldogs. Based on our opponents analysis, UGA clearly has the worst team in the SEC. Let's break it down:
9/3: Boise St in Athens. DJ Shockley? Couldn't start for Boise High School. The Bulldogs haven't seen anything like swarming Mountain Man offense and defense. Humidity in the south? Bah. UGA will be lucky to stay within 2 touchdowns. Just ask Blue Turf board. Certain UGA loss.
[Photo Above: Zig Ziglar's Next Book "Being GameCOCKY: Logic Be Damned. Win in Your Mind's Eye. It's Almost as Good as the Real Thing"]
9/17: Lousiana-Monroe in Athens. Stunned by consecutive drubbings by superior teams, UGA reeling in week 3. DJ Shockley less popular than Danny Wuerffel in Athens. Not even Lousiana-Monroe fans expect it, but visiting underdogs pull off upset. UGA loss.
10/8: UT at Knoxville. Gerald Riggs is the new Jabari Davis. DJ Shockley terrified by eerie sound of 90,000 hillbillies inviting him to go rafting in mountains. Fulmer pleased by dominating UT first half play, doubles usual cash bonuses on the spot. Certain UGA loss.
[Photo Above: Sign seen the day after Richt loses to Vandy]
10/22: Arkansas in Athens. In an effort to pull UGA out of tailspin, Mark Richt goes to history book for a trick play that will shake his team up. Unfortunately, it's the shoestring. History repeats itself; disaster ensues for UGA. Crushing UGA loss.
[Photo Right: Meyer between pointing and staring.]
[Photo Right: Auburn Running Back Tre Smith]
[Photo Right: Chuck Hayes is unstoppable despite the wrong face mask.]
11/26: Undefeated Ganja Toke U in West Athens: Billy Bob Gailey's innovative new strategy? Reggie Ball now punts on 3rd down.
[Photo Right: Reggie Ball's off season trainer works with him on down and distance]
Yep. It's officially hopeless. I guess Coach Richt will go ahead and play the games anyway, but what's the point? We can't possibly beat anyone but GTU. Just ask the fans of anyone we play.
Written by 81Dog for the Georgia Bulldog Football and SEC Sports Blog