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Monday July 23, 2007

A few of the more popular phrases people used to reach this site last week:

“georgia bulldog quotes”: Happy to help. Georgia linebacker (and now Chicago Bear) Danny Verdun-Wheeler gave us a great one last week:

“Everyone is different, but the smartest decision you can make as a prospect is to stay in state if you are from Georgia. If a guy comes from Parkview, Thomson, or anywhere, the best thing that he can do is to be a Dawg. Everybody will know you, and it is such a big thing to play for the University of Georgia.”

“atlanta bulldog club”: Yep. It’s that time of year. The meeting is next Monday July 30th, but the location has been changed this year to the Cobb Galleria Centre.

“caleb king arrest”: Yes, he was arrested for driving (a moped across campus) with a suspended license. No big deal, and no one expects his playing time to be affected at all by this story.

“les miles comments on usc”: It’s the molehill that keeps growing. I finally decided to adopt a certain approach to these kinds of statements.

Now for some random search phrases:

“state farm bastards”: Wow. Someone’s unhappy with their good neighbor. I’m not. Great insurance company as far as I’m concerned. Thanks for the dividend check!

“penalties for fake id – misdemeanor ohio”: Sorry, kid. You’re on your own.

“ole miss eric zeier hit ware”: The “Ware” in this search is not Danny Ware but Cassius Ware. Cassius Ware was the ringleader of the defense that made me wonder who Georgia’s backup quarterback was in 1993. I have personally sat through three Georgia games in my life where I felt that the quarterback’s future might be in serious danger:

  1. The 1995 Alabama game where Hines Ward in his first career start was sacrificed to the Crimson Tide defense.
  2. The 2003 Alabama game where Georgia put not one but two Crimson Tide quarterbacks on the DL.
  3. But that 1993 game at Ole Miss was something you can never forget. Eric Zeier took punishment from the Joe Lee Dunn defense from the opening kickoff. By the end of the night, Zeier had been sacked seven times, hit countless others, and the Dawgs took a 31-14 beating.

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