Thursday, January 14, 2010

Mark Richt Going To Tennessee...A Nightmare!

So much is going on in college football right now, and most notably the SEC coaching saga. I feel like they could make a reality show out of these ordeals, or better yet, maybe even a soap opera. I've had so much of this on my brain as of late, I woke up in the middle of the night this past evening because of the horrible nightmare I was having.

Many of you know that UGA's very own Herschel Walker will enter the ring this month to compete in his firts MMA fight. This story, combined with the Dawgs' 7 week search for a defensive coordinator and the Lane Kiffin-Weasel drama, all came together in my mind for one hell of a nightmare last night!

The dream, I mean NIGHTMARE, went a little something like this:

"I was having dinner with my fiance for her birthday when my phone started ringing over and over again with calls from my dad. He doesn't normally call more than once in a row, so I knew it must be important. When I finally answered, he sounded distrought about the breaking news that had just come on over ESPN; Mark Richt is leaving the University of Georgia to take over at Tennessee! I immediately lost my appetite for the delicious chicken parmesan that was sitting there. I tried to hold back the tears and keep from spoiling Sarah's birthday dinner, but I couldn't help it. We rushed home so that I could watch the press conference on ESPN. There stood Coach Richt giving his thanks to the Dawgnation, when all of a sudden Herschel Walker ran up onto the podium without his shirt on. He looked at the camera, flexed, and began to pummel Coach Richt with his newly learned MMA moves."

At this point, I awakened in a cold sweat! Then I realized, it was all a nightmare, and that we are not nearly as bad off in Bulldawg land as some may think! I can't wait to find out who my beloved coach will hire as the new defensive coordinator, but I am still glad Mark Richt is MY coach, as long as we will have him!

6 comments:

  1. After that nightmare, I think you should have taken the day off! Thanks to our wonderful Wally for playing that joke on us yesterday- for a moment I thought I was going to be sick!! At least we're better off than UT- the whole town of Knoxville was about to pull a General Sherman in Atlanta yesterday after his announcement. Now, he's USC's headache. GO DAWGS!

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  2. What is the purpose of these kind of comments. They serve no purpose. There are many things one can speak and write about UGA's sports programs, athletes, coaches, academics, history, culture, and etc. Even though I could have attended UT, I selected UGA. Never a regret. We are Red and Black, UGA ... unless it directly impacts UGA what concern is it to us. Let's hear about UGA.

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  3. Hey Anonymous, my purpose is to enjoy writing a blog; and, if people are interested, I want them to read it! That is all.

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  4. S. FL Chapter of the Bulldog NationJanuary 14, 2010 at 8:08 PM

    I think that was hilarious! I enjoy reading your stuff! Keep it up!

    ...and the anonymous nerd above, not only do you not have to read it, you don't have to be such a dead beat! It's a dream/nightmare! Or how about this...a JOKE! You need to lighten up friend! Try having a since of humor, it makes life a better ride. In the words of Sgt Hulka..."Lighten up Francis!"

    Keep up the good work Andy! Go Dawgs!

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  5. Would have been one of the best things to ever happen to Georgia. We would surely have beaten UT next year if Mr. Predictability took over. Richt's gotta go.

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  6. Come on Kev, 90 wins in 9 years, numbers don't lie. A NC will come. Trust in Richt!

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