- 10:00 pm Sunday, October 19th, 2014 by Bill King
A few more random thoughts and observations from Georgia’s win over Arkansas and other SEC games …
I complained in my post-game Blawg, which you can read here, about how conservative Georgia’s offensive playcalling was for most of the second half in Little Rock. Trying to sit on a lead is never fun to watch.
But I absolutely loved the way Mike Bobo opened the game.
Everyone, including the Arkansas defense, was expecting Nick Chubb to get the ball, and instead Bobo had Hutson Mason defy his reputation by going long to Chris Conley for 48 yards. And then follow that up [More]
- 10:55 am Wednesday, June 25th, 2014 by Bill King
Long extinct in college football and most other sports played in this country, the triumph and tragedy of a tie score in a big game has reared its head again thanks to the quadrennial return of soccer’s World Cup tournament to our TV screens.
Other sports may want no part of it, but the tie is still honored in soccer. In fact, a win or a tie against Germany will be good enough for the U.S. to move on to the second round of the World Cup.
But thanks to Portugal’s stoppage time goal forcing the U.S. into a draw this past [More]
- 11:31 am Saturday, May 24th, 2014 by Bill King
Let’s get straight to some of this week’s Junkyard Mail. …
Sammy Bowden writes: I couldn’t believe Greg McGarity was talking this week about an increase in ticket price before the 2015 season, considering the Dawgs will play a home schedule that will feature the likes of Southern, ULM and Georgia Southern! OK, so Alabama will be playing in Athens that season, but I still question whether raising ticket prices is a good idea when everyone in college football, even in the SEC, seems to be worried about stemming a decline in attendance and enhancing the game day experience to lure [More]