The famous Four Horsemen of Notre Dame galloped off the pages of the Book of Revelation. This year’s Dawg defense, however, promises go all Old Testament on its opponents. Consider:
The other Moses.
In the book of Exodus, the Israelites were led by Moses. The Dawg defense is led by Moses at defensive end.
The other anchor, Charles Johnson, is known to his teammates as “Darkness.” Darkness is also one of the Ten Plagues that Moses mojo’ed upon Egypt’s mummified butt. It is clear to any freakish Bible prophecy geek that this year’s defense will descend upon the ungodly as MOSES AND THE TEN PLAGUES.
10 Plagues of Egypt
So after Moses himself and Darkness, that leaves nine plagues...and nine UGA defensive players. Here are the plagues that are still not taken:
- 1. Water turned to blood
5. Cow disease
10. Death of the firstborn
If you ask the team, everybody raises their hand to volunteer for "Death of the Firstborn." Nobody wants to be "Boils." Ray Gant is very eager to be Cow Disease; we’d rather not ask why.
Darkness Cometh. (Image: Jim Hipple)
We want to be fair about this. Can you [Georgia Sports Blog reader] make the remaining assignments?
One other note. In case of injuries and substitutions, we can use newer plagues, such as:
- 1. Body Odor
2. Boy Groups
3. Michael Adams
4. Beer Turned to Wine Cooler.
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