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May 22, 2013

Problem with booster club talk...

Is that people beyond your boosters are listening. If you've ever been to a Georgia road show, you can count on the most controversial thing Richt says being about a UGA player or coach. While I don't put too much stock in other coach's comments, there are other coaches that do.

How the AJC wished Grantham responded
Florida's coaches are finding that out. I've excused Will Muschamps rantings musings at Florida Gator club meetings, especially when he's making bold predictions. However, when he intimates that the Gators just graciously handed the ball over to Georgia six times during that game, Todd Grantham responds, and does so reasonably and with stats. Those stats point out that it was a hard played game, but that Grantham's defense won the game over Boom's team, did so with aggressive defense, and got the ball three times more than Florida's defense did. I can't really blame Boom for missing those facts. The national media did so for a full two months until Florida got emasculated by Louisville in the Sugar Bowl.

Which leads me to wonder why he didn't promise a win over Louisville the next time they play.

Then you have the whole Saban is 'the devil himself' thing:
"I've always wanted to work with Will [Muschamp]," Davis said at a booster club meeting Tuesday. "Will's got a plan. Will coached under the devil himself for seven years. I only did three. He did seven. And his DNA is not any different than Nick."
Putting aside the logical inconsistency of calling Saban the devil, then saying you love working for Muschamp and that Muschamp has the same DNA, don't think for a second that whenever Florida and Alabama eventually face off, Saban won't do everything he can to embarrass Davis' offensive line. If there is a prop bet on sacks surrendered or whatever in that game, whenever it happens, take the over.



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