If Aaron Murray had two Tier 2 police interactions in one month, ESPN would be doing stand-ups in Athens. The AJC's unholy duo would have used countless column inches decrying the lack of accountability in Mark Richt's football program/discussing how clean/awesome Georgia Tech is. Missouri fans would proclaim themselves Archdukes of the SEC East. South Carolina bloggers and fans would have had meltdowns over how unfair the schedule is. Tech fans would have used Klingon to spell 'tUga' in Morse code.
In short, it would be a big deal. Yet Tyler Bray starts acting like he is a quarterback for South Carolina and it isn't a big deal. Imagine if in the past two years Georgia football would have had a bar room brawl that put
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Tell me where that outrage is. Maybe it has more to do with where Tennessee's football program is. Maybe it because Dooley is a good interview. It could be Lane Kiffin just recruited bad character guys. It could also be that fans tend to regurgitate whatever tripe the media is feeding us instead of thinking about issues on our own.