Whoever has the ball or is getting the ball is the target. Stop making wussies out of these young men.posted @ Thursday, October 24, 2013 - 06:49
Beless have proven himself as a reliable kicker, Morgan makes me nervous.posted @ Tuesday, September 17, 2013 - 16:21
I hope both of them lose!posted @ Tuesday, September 10, 2013 - 02:28
Spurrier knew the day would come that Mark Richt would be kicking his azz.posted @ Monday, September 9, 2013 - 19:28
Vote Gurley for heisman.posted @ Monday, September 9, 2013 - 19:17
Stocks are dropping for Clowney, SC is going back to their regular losing ways.
Screw having fun! Go out for blood and bragging rights! TAKE CONTROL OF THE GAME AND PUNISH THE OTHER TEAM! This is football, Hit somebody!posted @ Thursday, September 5, 2013 - 09:36
I hope like hell Clowney doesn't line up as a tailback, the whole scared azz defense will part like the sea.posted @ Thursday, September 5, 2013 - 08:25
On this day in 1967 my parents were in the process of making a legend,ME of course! 9 months later I was born. and yes Murray should stay one more year to beat the freak-en Gamecocks that have spanked our azzez for the past 3 years!
Don't let them make it 4 in a row like Clemson has done!!!
OK, maybe I need to retract my last post. UL is playing very well against Fla.posted @ Wednesday, January 2, 2013 - 21:01
Great job by the Dawgs!
But I want to know how the heck the sugar bowl is so one sided
as Fla takes on a #21 ranked team? when teams that ranked way higher had to play in a "lessor" bowl game against better teams! To me this just don't seem right.
The gun laws in place should prevent this. oh yeah it don't apply to the mentally disturbed or people who just don't give a rats azz about anything. How can the police stop this if they can't stop all of the other idiots shooting at each other?posted @ Sunday, December 30, 2012 - 13:11
If I assault someone with a bowie knife, would that now be classified as an assault weapon?posted @ Sunday, December 30, 2012 - 10:16
[quote][b]skull[/b] - The state limits the ammunition capacity of weapons you take into the woods hunting,[/quote]
I see your point but in SC I am allowed to hunt with a 30rd mag in my AR15, I never load it to capacity, but it is allowed.posted @ Sunday, December 30, 2012 - 10:14
I carry my weapon on my person at all times and meet unfamiliar company in the front yard with hand on weapon, I absolutely do not trust anyone anymore!!!
He defender himself well!posted @ Sunday, December 30, 2012 - 08:21
If I get charged for assault and battery, which assault weapon should be banned?
My left or right?
High capacity mags save you the trouble of reloading to often while hunting for coyotes.
And as for as the gun laws are concerned, no gun laws were broken in the wake of all of the school shootings by a law abiding citizen. only the mentaly impaired which don't give a rats azz about gun laws or any other law for that matter
So increasing the gun laws for law abiding citizens will make it even easier for the mentally unstable to carry out their acts of cowardness.
I sure hope they can get someone that is not sceered to play the Gamecocks, I am getting tired of UGA getting beat by them and hearing all the smack talk about how they OWN UGA and Clemson for beating them 3yrs in a row. It's time to put a stop to Gamecock stompings!posted @ Sunday, December 9, 2012 - 10:08
Well that just shows how messed up the NCAA is to give a freshman a heisman trophy. You should have to earn it over a career. like Walker and the others did.
Gurley rushed for more than 1000yds as a freshman, why wasn't he in the running?
I was thinking the same thing on the quick passing. Great points Ponsoldt.
I can't see UGA's "D" letting this one slip away. LSU and A&M's "D" was is not as good as UGA's "D" when they execute and make gang tackles.
I hope UGA comes out knocking bama on their arses just to let them know they mean business.
[quote][b]MTBDawg[/b] - @DAWGHUNTER: Ignore peanuthead (ebbtide2) and he will go away or be banned only to return under another name. He only trolls here. [/quote]
Understood!posted @ Thursday, November 29, 2012 - 16:32
[quote][b]EbbTide2[/b] - "the beast" better clean up pretty, shave and get those rastafarian locks cut off, so he can represent georgia in a positive manner at these award presentations!
he's a fantastic player, but not the prettiest image in the mirror.
however, this "predator" got plenty-o-game, mon!
definitely a top 3 pick in the nfl draft. cha-ching.
Welcome to the discussion of champions!posted @ Thursday, November 29, 2012 - 09:55
[quote][b]EbbTide2[/b] - the pups already have their airline tickets to orlando to go visit mickey mouse and friends, and oh yea, to partake in the capital one bowl.
what's in your wallet?
I don't know who your team is?? but obviously their not playing on the championship weekend, so you have to pick a championship discussion board to rant on. Jump on the bama band wagon loser!posted @ Thursday, November 29, 2012 - 09:48
"The Bees come to Athens with their stingers full of poison!"
And UGA has the antidote!
"Marshall Morgan to miss a few key FGs in the gusting wind"
Actually the wind may help him!
"Tech plus the 14 points all day long! Take that to the bank and deposit it Big Dawg Woods! lol"
Your mouth is writing another check that your azz can't cash, Bouce! Bounce! Bounce!
It's time for a gut check, Play these Bee's like you played the Gators, But with better offense of course.posted @ Friday, November 23, 2012 - 21:19
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