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September 11, 2009

Cock Lit

For your reading pleasure:
So, there's some stuff to get you prepped, but if you've seen this game in this decade, you know what to expect.  Good defense, bad offense, and a crucial, game-deciding Carolina turnover.  Just my hunch.  Go Dawgs!

Quinton

19 comments:

UGA '06 said...

I'll never forget my freshman year watching Terrence Edwards drop a win ensuring touchdown in the 4th, instead we settle for a field goal and end up losing the game to a then Holtz coached team.

Very happy about the fact this is a night game. Exactly what our guys need right now-92k+ pissed off Georgia fans with a little sour mash induced mayhem. Pivotal game guys, lets get it!

chg said...

Our offense needs a QB more than anything, and so far, Cox hasn't proven he would be an upgrade. Logan Gray is less experienced and lower rated out of HS in the same class as Garcia, so I'd pass on him as well.

With Sturdivant's injury making him unavailable, I can understand the Curran pick.

Michael said...

Circumsize the Cocks!
Go Dawgs!

Andy said...

Let's bash their bird-brains in!
Go Dawgs!

Anonymous said...

I'm almost tempted to watch this game. Fortunately for me though I'm getting all four wisdom teeth pulled instead. Something that will be dramatically less painful.

Is it too late for ESPN to get their money back?

gamecock man said...

Trust me, I'd love more offense. However, I said I'd take Curran because what we need is a good quarterback and maybe some linemen, and Joe Cox and your line didn't show me much last week. If you still had Stafford around, I would have taken him instead of Curran in a heartbeat. A. J. Green is a fantastic talent, but we already have a decent crew of young receivers. Receiver isn't the position holding us back on offense.

Anyways, good luck tomorrow. Here's to an exciting game and no injuries.

Andy said...
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Anonymous said...

What good is AJ if neither team's QB can throw it to him worth a darn?

Anonymous said...

Halftime in Stillwater, and Houston leads Okie State 24-7.

Not. Making. Us. Look. Good.

Anonymous said...

Keenum is ripping them apart...

Anonymous said...

This is what happens when Oklahoma State goes up against a healthy QB and the officiating isn't off-the-charts awful.

Anonymous said...

Ha, okie state is some top 5 team. Mark it down now, mutts are gonna be 4-8 this year. Losses to usc, arkansas, lsu, tennessee, florida, auburn, and gt.

That's not a stretch at all. 4-8, you heard it here first.

rbubp said...

Oklahoma State sucks.

We suck worse.

rbubp said...

Or maybe not...who can tell?

ky_dawg said...

Can we bring in the alternate officials for the second half?

rbubp said...

I am really beginning to think Reshad Jones has been pegged as a dirty player by the NCAA. That hit he made was, once again, NOT a penalty--he grabbed the shoulder pads, clearly. As if to illustrate this, there was NO FOUL on the SC player who ripped off AJ's helmet on an obvious horsecollar tackle sideline in the third quarter.

Andy said...

DAWGS WIN, DAWGS WIN! Let's all enjoy it and save the bitchin' and moanin' until Wednesday. WE HUNKERED, DIDN'T WE? Go Dawgs!

Anonymous said...

Run the BALL. Run the Ball. Run the Ball. Pass. Run the Ball. Run the Ball. Run the Ball. Run the Ball. Pass. Run the Ball Run the Ball Use the stable running backs. Cox ant staford. GO DAWGS

Smitty said...

anon 5:23 is a p*55y.

 
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