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Wednesday, October 26, 2011

What the Senator said

Ever wonder why some coaches have an extreme disdain for major media? Senator Blutarsky sheds a little light on why.
As the quoted portion of the article mentions, the Gainesville Sun's reporter thinks the Florida staff may be playing tricks with Brantley forcing Grantham to prepare for a QB he won't see at the Cocktail Party. And how the offense Brantley runs "is far different than the offense Driskel and fellow true freshman Jacoby Brissett have run" [different =simpler/easier and less capable). As the Senator says, it'll take about "fifteen seconds to dial up a suitable defensive alignment once it’s obvious that Brantley isn’t in the game", and begin to send relentless attacks in to the Gator backfield with heavy focus on Demps and Rainey (who we are likely spending most of our time preparing for anyway).
Hey, Robbie Andreu, this is football, not rocket surgery, and making in game adjustments has been something Grantham does very well. The difficulty would be if Brantley sat and they handed the reigns to say Trey Burton in a style we saw against Tennessee in 2002, when a much more mobile James Banks took over for Casey One Arm Clausen. The "different" offense Andreu describes is more akin to NFL defenses preparing for Curtis Painter instead of Peyton Manning.

13 comments:

  1. Hard to take the Senator seriously, I put him in the Stpehen Dawg camp, a homer, blind to any kind of truth.

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  2. tHE GUY'S WEBSITE IS NOTHING BUT A RESTATEMENT OF UGA'S PRESS RELEASE ON GEORGIADOGS.COM

    JUST GO TO GEORGIADOGS.COM IF YOU WNAT ONLY PRO GEORGIA BLOG ARTICLES.

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  3. hey, at least the Senator didn't run his pie-hole all summer about how great G. Patterson is or how much Dabo sucks!

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  4. 88,
    there's this thing called a sense of humor. Maybe with all that money you earn in the insurance game, you could buy one.

    Fire and Canteen,
    If we all ran similar sites, the internets would be a lonely place for Dawgs. We need sites like the Senator's as well as site's like ours, to offer differing perspectives on topics. Although on this particular issue, none of us differ at all. Preparing for Brantley is NOT a problem should he reinjure his ankle, or it prove too weak to play on after weeks on crutches. Brisket and Driskell run the same offense, just dumbed down and worse, and it's something Grantham can very easily and very quickly adapt for if Johnny boy isn't in there. It'd be different if they went from Brantley to Burton, ala the Clausen to Banks example above. But that's not the route Weiss will go down.

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  5. A couple of things stand out....

    1. The Senator can spell correctly, gets his point across succinctly and he also understands the nuances of the shift button when typing.

    2. He has almost 9 million hits on his fine blog.

    Now on to other things. I don't give a rat's ass which Saurian mofugger plays QB.

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  6. As I said before, who cares who lines up at QB they got film on all three.. start knocking their dicks in the dirt until the next one comes in... then do it to him.. Cry Havoc!! and let slip the dawgs of war!!!! GATA DAWGS!!!

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  7. Georgiadogs.com gets many more hits than the Senator. That doesn't make it a 2 sided site for information. Just proves a lot of UGA fans like pro-UGA news only.

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  8. To be fair to Senator, he does provide criticism when he thinks it is merited. He is subtle and does not take a flame thrower approach. Most of the people who comment on his web site are incredibly pro richt and bobo. They blame all loses on the defense. Jimdawgintexas

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  9. I've never understood why people read the Senator's site. He just write a few words and provides a link, and hijacks other people's articles.

    NOTHING ORIGINAL.

    I just go to georgia's man web site for info, and skip Senator and Dawg Stephen.

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  10. Senator has JB and VD together in the masthead, ergo the site is awesome by its very design.

    Aaaiiiiieeee! I need those hits! Good god!
    http://youtu.be/YViDwVBpTn4

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  11. Sanchez - If you have to continually remind folks that something you said is really funny, perhaps it's not?

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  12. Where do I say it's funny? By all means, find me a single comment anywhere that I declare something is "funny". You can't, but then reading comprehension is obviously not your strong suit. I'm saying that some of the things written are not serious and meant in jest. Whether they're funny or not is left to the individual. The problem is, people like you can't figure out what's said as honest opinion, and what's said firmly tongue in cheek.

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  13. My bad - you said 'sense of humor' & I made this huge leap to conclude you meant humor that was funny. You're right - your humor is lame, not funny.
    I see a pattern. Whenever you guys get called out on something, i.e. Patterson, Dabo, etc., you just say you were kidding, or we "don't get" your humor. It's not that we don't get it, it's just that it's stupid.
    I guess if CMR wins out & everyone calls you out for wanting the guy fired, you'll just say 'we was just kiddin'

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