Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Would You Rather

I haven't done a would you rather in several weeks, so I thought I'd bring it back for today. My friends and I love to play this game when we're sitting around drinking, um "beverages". You can basically relate it to anything you want, but here let's stick as close to UGA football as we can.


...transfer to Cincinnati, Louisville, or somewhere else to continue your college football career? Personally, I would go to the school that puts the most kids in the NFL if I thought I was an NFL caliber player.

...go to a college football program that was loaded with talent at your position, or a school where you knew you would get on the field quickly? I am a winner, so I want to go to whatever school is going to win the most games. If I sit the bench for a few years, then I just need to get better.

...see Aaron Murray throw the ball 15-20 times per game and squeak by with wins, so throw it 30+ each Saturday in a bunch of shootouts? How many games did Buck Belue throw the ball over 30 times in 1980?

...see Caleb King and Washaun Ealey rush for over 1,000 yards a piece, or have one of them blow up for 1,800+ yards? This is a tough one for me! Something tells me that if you have two guys over 1,000 yards in the SEC, you have will have a special season.

...get rid of players that aren't "team first", or keep "turds" on your team that are 5 star recruits with unlimited potential? I've said it once, and I'll say it again..give me a team loaded with 3 star guys that really understand the concept of team, and I could win championships. I really don't care what the statistics say. Attitude is everything in life, not just football.


  1. Kentucky is loaded with 3 star kids with strong work ethic. When was the last time they won a championship?

  2. Honestly, I know very little about the work ethic of Kentucky's 3 star guys. So, to truly argue this would take research I'm not bored enough to do. As a fan though, I love cheering for a Thomas Davis over a Quincy Carter any day!

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