Maybe he cut a lot grass growing up.
I agree, if given the chance, I think Fromm would be a great NFL qb. I'm just afraid he may never get that chance. If he doesn't make it, I think he would make a great coach one day. He is a great role model and smart as they come for reading defenses.
My bad, you are correct, he was a brain surgeon. So yea he may want to stay away from hearts lol.
Looks like the dork off Superbad..
That's kind of dumb response, a guy who has open heart surgery isn't a surgeon so he wouldn't know anything about it. A guy who plays foot ball and then moves on and learns to coach and then becomes a coach is not even close. It would be like saying Ben Carson had a heart attack so now he can't perform open heart surgery.
Alabama insider explains how Kirby Smart may have been trying to harm Tide with timing of Scott Cochran hire
Actually it's not, but Bama is. Georgia is a fly in state hence the busiest airport in America.
Florida assistant Tim Brewster has message for Kirby Smart, Georgia in recruiting: ‘We’re here and we’re going to protect our own’
Well considering that UGA, Bama, Clemson, and Auburn all took top 20 recruits out of their state. He probably needs to worry about all of them and not just focus on UGA. I would also be concerned with FSU, that new coach is no push over.
Which school was blasted by the NCAA recently.....
I heard he was offered a full ride to Missouri or 3 months in jail, he chose jail.
Wrong, UGA doesn't pay Green Bay anything. From the AJC - Georgia doesn’t pay the Green Bay Packers, athletic department spokesman Claude Felton told Q&A on the News in an email.The Bulldogs have used the “forward-looking ‘G’ ” since 1964, when new football coach Vince Dooley added the logo to Georgia’s helmets.Even though Georgia’s oval ‘G’ was slightly different than the logo used by the NFL’s Green Bay Packers, Dooley – according to GeorgiaDogs.com – cleared it with the Packers, who had used a similar design since 1961.
The transferring SEC QB's went to schools that were already top ten programs, the ones who transferred in from other conferences went to schools who were not good.
I guess it's good to see they won in something.
Also Walker was playing against defenses that zoned in on him, they always knew he was getting the ball and yet they still couldn't stop him. I think the record can be broke, but with the spread offenses that are being used now, it would be hard to see a rb surpass that many yards in a career.
I'm guessing Alatide doesn't understand the meaning of "decent". Decent means reasonably good; adequate: I didn't say they would be great or watch out we getting a natty. If you have the right players and coaches, you can switch and not miss a beat. It's not like they are going from the option to the spread.
He may of been a highly rated 4 star, but Burrow only had one quality school recruit him and that was Ohio state. The only other decent school was Virginia tech. Newman will be a wait and see, new offense and new Qb usually lead to a decent year. I hope he comes in a does great but only time will tell.
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.