Thursday, January 28, 2010

Farewell

Our final post is the same as our first post. It was fun. Thanks.

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

The next great Dawg?

2011 Carver prospect Isaiah Crowell...

Friday, January 15, 2010

Todd Grantham on Defending Blocking Schemes

This is from the week prior to the Denver-Dallas game in October.



More later this weekend on the impact of the 3-4 scheme that we're likely going to see from a Grantham defense.

Gaines' Buzzer Beater

The Hawks apparently can't beat Lebron, so I guess this is the next best thing.

Credit: ScoutVision


I wouldn't normally agree with anything that comes out of Reggie Miller's mouth, but I do here.

Yata's postgame interview (UGA mention by David Aldridge):
Credit TNTSports and Utah Jazz:

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Mark Fox, Travis Leslie, etc.

Go to Stegeman tonight to watch Coach Fox go for his second straight home win over a ranked team. We play #23 Ole Miss at 8pm.

We have hit a grand slam in the Fox hire. He is coaching circles around almost everyone he has faced. The only two games this year where Fox's team didn't dictate the tempo of the game was UAB and Missouri. He has imposed his will on this team and program. As soon as we have more Thompkins and Leslie level players on campus, Fox will win big...let's hope we give him what he needs to lock him up long term. We are going to be a thorn in the side of a lot of more talented SEC teams this season.

And it's worth going just to see the second coming of Reggie Tinch. Watching the Travis Leslie dunk on Cousins from Kentucky just doesn't get old. My favorite part is the smile that Fox has on his face...



Check out Conner Nolte's blog Passer's Remorse. Here's a video he shot prior to the georgia tech win...

Friday, January 8, 2010

Yata gets the call to The Show

No words necessary.

Credit: nbadleague on You Tube


By the way - Yata's first game in Utah: 21 minutes, 3 points, 5 assists.

Monday, December 28, 2009

It just hit me.....

....how disappointing the 2009 Georgia football season was. There were alot of bad moments this year - heartbreaking losses at home to LSU and Kentucky, getting smoked (again) by Florida, watching the UGA defense give up about 800 yards passing in the span of 8 days to South Carolina and Arkansas, etc, etc. But sitting at work and listening to a pre-game show is a pretty terrible feeling. A Macarena blaring over the Sanford Stadium loudspeakers circa 1996 type feeling.

I can only hope the team feels better about what they have to do today. I'm not sure the coaching staff has faced a bigger challenge this year than the task at hand in Shreveport, and it has nothing to do with X's and O's. The motivators on the UGA staff will have their hands full. Maybe talent just wins today, and if it does, UGA fans should feel good about that. But I'm not sure that these seniors, some of whom have seen UGA play in 2 Sugar Bowls, a Chick-Fil-A Bowl and another New Year's Day Bowl during their careers, can be excused for being a little lethargic today.

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Happy Holidays from C&C

This holiday, may there be bass under all your lily pads...