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dawg747 said...

Ten Cup: I am still trying to figure out how come the Falcons have not made your bottom five. Even across the pond this past Sunday they found a way to suck and lose a game.

As for famous alumni of my high school. I had the chance to attend two high schools. From Crisp County in Cordele, GA it would probably be a tie between Mac Hyman author of No Time For Sergeants and Wayne Tree Rollins of the Atlanta Hawks. From Thomas County Central in Thomasville, GA it would be Charlie Ward the 1993 Heisman Trophy winner.

October 28, 2014 at 10:51 a.m.
dawg747 said...

Ten Cup: Looking forward to a peaceful Saturday since the Dawgs do not play. If I do not head to the mountains I will probably check out the Mocs.

A little information for you. Steve Bench originally signed with Penn State and then transferred to USF. He played high school football down in South Georgia at Cairo. I bet you have heard of the Cairo Syrupmakers! It was voted the #1 high school team name several years ago.

October 23, 2014 at 11:41 a.m.
dawg747 said...

Ten Cup: Great work with the 5@10 and with Press Row. I have been quiet the past couple of weeks concerning my Dawgs. They have been playing lights out except for a couple of series during the second half against Arkansas. Hardly anyone picked them to beat the Hogs but the defense put a stamp on that game in the first half. Nick Chubba Chubba has filled in great for Gurley. His 345 yards in two games is very good for anybody much less a true freshman.

I was never a big Peyton fan while he was in college but I am a big fan of him in the NFL. The dude deserve to be mentioned with the best and is also a historian of the game. Hats off to him for breaking the touchdown record.

October 20, 2014 at 10:24 a.m.
dawg747 said...

Ten Cup: Rushmore of Georgia Running Backs:

Sinkwich, Trippi, Herschel and Gurley.

September 3, 2014 at 10:46 a.m.
dawg747 said...

Jomo11: I forget what team do you pull for?

2 years ago were not supposed to beat South Carolina , Florida or Auburn but we did. We also played for the SEC championship that year. We weren't supposed to beat LSU last year. It is also hard to beat teams with a defensive coordinator who has no clue.

By the way I graduated from UTC so I would love more than anything to see them win.

August 29, 2014 at 3:39 p.m.
dawg747 said...

Ten Cup: Great draft. You like the draft we know!

Last night UTC was just being UTC. Close but no cigar. They need a winning attitude and a win over a program they are NOT supposed to beat. A good start would be next week against JSU. That could help them in so many ways.

Great weekend coming up. Ringgold Tigers football tonight, THE Georgia Bulldawgs tomorrow afternoon and watching other college football all weekend.

Keep up the great work!

August 29, 2014 at 10:54 a.m.
dawg747 said...

Ten Cup: As for my Dawgs I believe Mason may not quite pull off a Shockley but he will definitely not be a Joe Cox.

How about Pee Wee Reese!

August 27, 2014 at 2:56 p.m.
dawg747 said...

FE to The C: They may have but I do not recall that one right off.

June 2, 2014 at 1:17 p.m.
dawg747 said...

Ten Cup: No rushmore of house keepers is complete without Hazel. Then there is Hop Sing from Bonanza, Jeffery from Fresh Prince and Rochester.

June 2, 2014 at 12:52 p.m.
dawg747 said...

Ten Cup: Contest entry: Wilbekin and Hancock.

The NCAA needs a union about like Volswagen does. I agree with jomo11 it is all about revenue sharing for the unions. It is another way to put easy money in their pockets and it will ruin sports as we know it plus hurt some if not all universities. The minor sports will be no more.

Basketball Rushmore Entry: UCLA-North Carolina State semi-final game that starred Bill Walton and David Thompson and went into overtime.

March 27, 2014 at 10:37 a.m.
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