Comment on SEC Heisman watch: Week 5 aftermath
Yes give all the credit to Chubb for having one good run against the 2nd String D-Line of Alabama in the 3rd quarter of a game where Georgia was down by 35. What a joke. Bama exposed him. Wait and see what Fournette does to Bama.
Comment on Ranking the SEC running backs after Week 5
Did anyone at SDS watch the Bama/UGA game? Because if so your rankings of Derrick Henry and Nick Chubb are ridiculously absurd. Kirby Smart, the Alabama defense, and Derrick Henry absolutely exposed Nick Chubb last weekend. Yes, his 83-yard TD "counts" towards his statistics. But it came against Bama's 2nd string D-Line when the tide was already up by 5 touchdowns, so take it with a grain of salt. Chubb only had two or three runs longer than 5 yards, and without that long run his average would be 3.3 YPC. Henry on the other hand averaged 5.7 YPC at the game. Honestly Sony Michel looked much better than Chubb too, he just didn't get enough carries. Chubb's 8.2 yards per carry doesn't look so good when you first take out the 83 yard run, then realize that his other games came against UL-Monroe, Vanderbilt, South Carolina, and (FCS) Southern.
First off, I wouldn't call Earl Bennett a sidekick, but that doesn't really matter. More importantly, Jalston fowler wasn't on Mark Ingram's team, therefore didn't help him win a Heisman. He is an incredibly humble and talented player.
*You're wrong about the Franklin/bowls statistic. Vandy had only WON 2 postseason games before Franklin's tenure as coach, however they had been to 4. Franklin took them to 3 more, winning 2, and bringing the all-time bowl record to 4-3.
Ok I'll admit I may be biased, but how is he only 23rd? I mean, in your defining moments, you literally stated that he was the main reason Vandy had 2 straight 9-win season, he did it all as the only real receiving threat (and the only offensive threat at all in his senior year), and that he didn't even have a good QB throwing to him. DESPITE all that he still holds two SEC career receiving records and has already proven himself to be a solid prospect in the NFL. I saw this guy play in person for 4 years. Look up his senior year games against Ole Miss and Wake Forest. Ole Miss he was throwing up on the field and still making 4th down, 30 yard catches. Wake Forest he again caught 4th down passes that put VU in position to win the game. So maybe I am biased, but I think this guy deserves to be higher. Easily the most determined, hardest-playing receiver I've ever seen. Could be the next Calvin Johnson.
@rusticchampion *should have. Take cheap shots at Vandy if you want but obviously you couldn't get in.
Comment on SEC Week 10 Attendance Figures
I was at the Vandy game. Attendance was closer to 40% or so. No way it was anywhere near 30,000. One of the players was even asked about how the tiny crowd affected them.
Yeah that'll help the recruiting...
Comment on SEC Bowl Game Predictions
Thanks for the confidence, guys....
This was actually just some of the UGA football players' court-ordered community service as part of the deal that got them out of jail in time to play on Saturdays.
The thing is, without Murray, your offense is pretty depleted. Sure, it was worse against Vandy, but the fact of the matter is that he beat you with mostly less talented players. This poll is done by the coaches so that the bcs can have an inside opinion in it, so Franklin can put UGA wherever the hell he wants. And guess what...he beat you!
Comment on What happened to you on Saturday: Week 14
Don't worry about mentioning Vanderbilt...we'll just sit over here in the corner like always. The difference between now and "like always" is that we've got EIGHT DAMN WINS. With a possibility of 9 in about a month!!! 17-8 over the last two seasons!!! And still no damn respect! But don't worry about mentioning us, we're used to it.
Some psychopath tweeted to Vandy sophomore DE Caleb Azubike "I hope your parents die," and that was one of the tamer comments. Keep it classy, knoxhell.
Money at Vanderbilt is not an issue. The university's endowment is just under 3 and a half billion, almost three times that of Florida and roughly equal to USC. Vandy can pay their football coaches plenty of money, the problem is that we've never had a football coach worth paying. Now that Franklin is here, we're giving him a raise every year. Jon, you aren't making sense. After saying Franklin is gone, you then said in your last comment that "I'm not sure he's offered any of these jobs." Make up your mind.
Really? Does he HAVE to take it? Because he's been getting pay raises, better recruiting classes, and love and adoration from Vandy fans worldwide. He's already turned down a few jobs, and he has no reason to leave Vandy at the moment. He has the full support of the university, the coaching staff, and most importantly, the players. At places like USC and Texas, it seems like the schools, players, and fans are against you after every little mistake. At Vandy, we're ecstatic (for now) with 8-4 seasons and consecutive bowl bids. I see no reason for CJF to leave in the foreseeable future. Yes, I'm sure he wants to win a national championship, but you talk like his current track record is bad. He is 20-15, with half of those losses coming while coaching another coaches players. 1-1 in bowl games, with (again) the only loss coming while he was using someone else's players. Anchor Down.
Comment on Auburn: The SEC’s potential wrecking ball
I think you're trying to insult me, but I honestly can't be sure. (Note: "Candy" is SO degrading, what am I going to do?) It's also hard to see his compliments about my coach when every time CJF is mentioned, it is in the context of leaving Vanderbilt to go to USC, Texas, or Florida. Also, just a little side note, that last error wasn't grammar, just a factual error, so I can see past grammar. It's just tough when this article is littered with poor grammar and bad facts.