Signed with the Eagles.
His mom actually posted a video on Youtube yesterday talking about him. She said he had some mental issues and claimed he was seeing signs and the world for what it really was. They were homeless and she didn't have any money to get him help. She said he didn't want to leave her or his family. She said she kept telling him to stop talking about all the weird stuff because it was scaring her. It's sad, but evidently he did have some issues. You would think he would be top of the world with the future he had, but we never know what is going on in someone's head. Prayers for his family.
The good ole days when our receivers could get separation...
I think the key will be getting Zeus and Cook in the game. Cook is so dangerous and fast, but we hardly ever see him. When he is in the game at receiver he is usually open, but Fromm always throws down field to a covered receiver. Defense will do their part, the offense needs to do theirs. Robertson has been a let down, he had so much hype around him coming out of college but he hasn't shown much at UGA.
I think Joe should sit this one out to protect his body so he can make sure he is a first round draft pick. That's just my opinion.
It was enough to beat ya'll right?
I'd agree with all of these except Derek Mason. He's a good coach, just doesn't get the players which is understandable considering Vandy's academics. It's hard to win there, i'd at least give him another year.
Why would UGA want him? We got red shirt sophomore Stetson Bennett and 4 star Dwan Mathis behind Fromm. Also 4 star Carson Beck coming in next year. We good, we don't need no ex-gator. Cox got beat out so he left, 3rd stringers head to Gainesville.
If it came to blows, pretty sure Mullen would of got stomped. Mason is pretty cut.
All I hear is a whining.....
Yeah, you and the writer need to do some research. The Bulldogs triumphantly returned to Athens but the great 1942 team was gutted by the war. Thirty-five of the teams 43 players enlisted in the military. Sinwich entered the Marines in June 1943, Trippi served in the Air Force and “Red” Boyd joined the Marines. Three players from the 1942 team were killed in action. Offensive lineman William Burt, of Macon, Georgia, was shot down over Italy on May 25, 1944. Lineman Walter “Chief” Ruark, of Bostwick, Georgia, was killed in action in Aachen, Germany, on Nov. 22, 1944. Army Captain Winfred Goodman from Atlanta, was lost while leading an air/sea rescue in the Philippines in January 1945.
To be clear I was talking to Gromit, not USMCDawg
You are clueless, do some research on stuff before you start talking. As a Veteran I would think you would have a little more respect, and actually think before speaking. They did serve and some died. I've yet to read anywhere that Trippi was in the ROTC, he was in the Air Force though. Below is material you can find by simply doing some research. The Bulldogs triumphantly returned to Athens but the great 1942 team was gutted by the war. Thirty-five of the teams 43 players enlisted in the military. Sinkwich entered the Marines in June 1943, Trippi served in the Air Force and “Red” Boyd joined the Marines. Three players from the 1942 team were killed in action. Offensive lineman William Burt, of Macon, Georgia, was shot down over Italy on May 25, 1944. Lineman Walter “Chief” Ruark, of Bostwick, Georgia, was killed in action in Aachen, Germany, on Nov. 22, 1944. Army Captain Winfred Goodman from Atlanta, was lost while leading an air/sea rescue in the Philippines in January 1945.
Georgia spanked Clemson to the tune of 45-21 the last time they played in 2014, so no. Also, it's easy to have a good defense when you play scrubs week in and week out. After watching Clemson play this year I have come to realize that Trevor is not as good as thought, he just has good receivers. He looks terrible this year.
Wouldn't get carried away.
I don't think you understand what controlling their own destiny means. If UGA had two SEC losses you would be correct, but they only have one so yes they control their own destiny. I think you need to get a college football for dummies book off Amazon to help with your comments.
I remember a team last year that was "scary", and they got humiliated by Clemson. Bama's best win this season was against a not so good Carolina team that put up more points on Bama than on Missouri. So until you play a top 25 team, UGA has the better win so far.
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Can't wait to see this game! It will be my second time seeing the Irish play in person. Didn't get to travel to South Bend in 2017, but one of my friends gave me tickets to the 2006 Tech-Notre Dame game at Bobby Dodd. I got to see Brady Quinn and company beat Tech. Didn't really care who won that one, but I'll always take free tickets to see a good match up. I think the Dawgs will handle the Irish pretty easily. Louisville put up over 200 rushing yards against their D, and they don't have the Rb's or the O line UGA has. Can't get here quick enough! Go Dawgs!!
The SEC didn't take or want West Virginia because of their poor academics.
Who was that other guy who came from a junior college? Oh yeah Cam Newton.
Correct, Charlie was runner up in the Heisman race. Glenn Davis beat him out who played for Army. I'd give Tenn the edge for second and UGA in third.
12/2/17 Auburn over Georgia 1/2/16 Penn State over Georgia 11/28/15 Georgia Tech over Georgia 10/31/15 Florida over Georgia 10/18/14 Arkansas over Georgia 9/7/13 South Carolina over Georgia 12/1/12 Alabama over Georgia 10/27/12 Florida over Georgia 12/3/11 LSU over Georgia Just to list some after a quick Google search, yea he's really bias.
Pollack picks against UGA quite often, so yeah he's far from biased.
The biggest difference is Etienne runs against ACC defenses and Swift runs against SEC defenses. Put Swift on a Clemson team as the premier RB and see what he does. Etienne is good, but it's hard to make a comparison with the difference in opposing defenses.
Kind of how Franks struggled against Kentucky.
They would if it was Bama! It's happened before.
Lets say UGA goes undefeated and beats an undefeated Bama, Clemson and Oklahoma goes undefeated. Lets say Ohio state is 11-1 and win the Big ten, and Washington runs the table. UGA, Clemson, Sooners, and Bama will get in. If it was the other way around with UGA and Bama, I could see Washington getting in. A 1 loss Bama will always get in over a undefeated team from a weak conference.
Swamp79 Franks last 4 games CMP ATT CMP% YDS TD INT 8 15 53.3 119 2 1 Colorado State 17 38 44.7 232 2 2 Kentucky 16 24 66.7 219 5 0 against Charleston sout 13 23 56.5 173 1 0 Michigan Fromm last 4 games 25 39 64.1 301 3 0 Alabama 15 18 83.3 194 1 1 South Carolina 12 16 75 157 2 0 Georgia Tech 20 34 58.8 212 3 1 Texas Again though, nice try. Plus Fromm played 3 of those games against big boy schools, not Colorado state and Charleston southern and still had better numbers. So not on par or better than Fromm.
Confident not confidence.
Arm strength is good for fast throws and across field throws left to right, but I agree with yall. Connor Shaw, Drew Brees, Aaron Murray, Fromm, and many others could rip a defense apart. I hated when Shaw was at USC. You can have a QB with great arm strength, but unless than have the brain a decision making to go with it, its useless. I would rather have a Qb who can throw 40 yards with the brain of Fromm or Shaw over a QB who can throw 70 yards with terrible decision making. Also sometimes that arm strength leads to being over confidence which leads to interceptions.