Saturday, July 25, 2009

The Countdown 2009: 42 Days to Go


Number of career victories by David Greene as Georgia starting QB, currently an NCAA record. The record was previously held by Peyton Manning. Greene's record while the starter at Georgia was 42-10 and he is also the SEC record holder for career yards with 11,270.

Friday, July 24, 2009

Poppin' Fresh Admits To Snubbing Tebow

The Pillsbury Doughboy, commonly known as Poppin' Fresh, admitted early Friday morning that he stole Steve Spurrier's ballot and voted for Jevan Snead over Tim Tebow.

"I won't apologize for who I've voted for, only that I deceived and brought criticism on my dear friend, Steve Spurrier. I did what I thought was the right thing at the time. I consider this discussion over," Poppin' Fresh said.

According to reports, Poppin' Fresh has been a long time admirer and friend of Steve Spurrier, going back to when the two met in New York when Steve Spurrier won the Heisman Trophy. Poppin' Fresh had just become a household name the year before as the new spokesman for Pillsbury and attended the ceremony as a guest of honor.

Sources have said Poppin' Fresh was a devout gator fan for decades before switching to being a gamecocks fan when Spurrier became a head coach at the University of South Carolina. Poppin' Fresh has also followed Spurrier throughout his career, even purchasing a house in Durham, North Carolina when Spurrier was at Duke University.

"I wouldn't be totally shocked if Poppin' did this. He has been friends with Spurrier for so long, I think he'd do anything for him, including taking the fall for not voting for Tebow. It's sad to see, but there's also something good to say about an undying loyalty to a friend," said Herman Cain, a former vice-president at the Pillsbury Company.

"In fact, Poppin' Fresh may be Spurrier's only true friend left," Cain continued.

When asked about Poppin' Fresh's presence on campus in Columbia, South Carolina quarterback Stephen Garcia said, "Doughboy is always around during the football season. Sometimes him and coach will go to the basketball games and get drunk in the president's box. He's a cool guy, likes to party, but he's never too intrusive on the program."

Steve Spurrier is scheduled to speak at the annual SEC Media Days on Friday afternoon.

The Countdown 2009: 43 Days to Go


Years that Larry Munson was the voice of the Georgia Bulldogs. "Run Lindsay, Run", "Hobnail Boot", and "Hunker Down" will live on in lore of Georgia football for ever.

Thursday, July 23, 2009


Guess what? I'm lying. Why?


I can't take reading on so many blogs, newspaper websites, and even having to listen to Skip Bayless and other ESPN douchebags ponder who in the world didn't vote for TEBLOWME.

I'm also sick, as is Earl, of listening to Floriduh fans whine and cry about it, as if it is the end of the world. One measly ass vote and you would've thought one of these coaches commissioned a second bombing of Pearl Harbor since the fervor and anger over this is so constant.

I realize it's July, we're all bored, yet all pumped at the same time.

However, get over it.

Suck a nut, Tebow.

The Countdown 2009: 44 Days to Go

Seconds left on the clock when Georgia got the ball back late in the 4th quarter of the 2001 Georgia- Tennessee game. David Greene completed a five yard touchdown pass to Verron Haynes for the Georgia win. In the immortal words of Larry Munson, "We just stepped on their face with a hobnail boot and broke their nose. We just crushed their face."

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

The Unofficial SEC Media Days 2009 Drinking Game

With SEC Media Days in full swing, Bubba N' Earl proudly presents The Unofficial SEC Media Days 2009 Drinking Game.

Take one drink each time you hear….

- “Tim Tebow – Greatest player EVA’!”
- A debate over who is the better receiver – AJ Green or Julio Jones (drink twice if someone slips Brandon LaFell into the equation.)
- A comparison between Joe Cox and DJ Shockley
- A coach accuses another coach of a recruiting violation
- The number of arrests at Florida over the last three years
- “Urban Meyer is leaving for Notre Dame” (twice if this is uttered by Paul Finebaum)
- Mentions of the new CBS and ESPN television contracts
- Bama is back…for real this time!
- Tiga’ Bait, Tiga Bait, Tiga Bait

Take two drinks when…
- Someone refers to Lane Kiffin as “The Little Monte”
- A reporter asks Dan Mullen if his offense will work as well at Mississippi State as it did at Florida
- Someone says Jevan Snead and Ole Miss should be ready for a let down
- There is any mention of the Auburn passing game
- Steve Spurrier refuses to call Stephen Garcia by name, only referring to him as “The Quarterback”
- A discussion of the BCS vs. a Playoff breaks out
- Gene Chizik arrives in the Auburn limo
- Eric Berry’s little brother shows up

Go ahead and finish your beer when…
- Bobby Petrino goes lobbying for a new job
- Vanderbilt: SEC title contenders
- Lane Kiffin gets told off by Spurrier, again.
- A Tommy Tubberville or Phil Fulmer sighting
- Les Miles – minus the hat.
- Orgeron and the Wild Boys show up
- Someone picks anyone other than Florida to win the SEC.

Happy Hangovers!!!!

The Countdown 2009: 45 Days to Go


Points scored by Georgia against LSU the last time the two teams met in Athens (Georgia won 45-16) during the 2004 season.
Quarterback David Greene threw for 5 touchdowns as the Dawgs got revenge for two losses at the hands of the Tigers during the 2003 season.
The Dawgs hope to continue its current winning streak when the Tigers come to town on October 3 this season.

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

The Countdown 2009: 46 Days to Go

Wins by Georgia under head coach Ray Goff. The former Georgia QB took over after the retirement of Vince Dooley in 1989.

Monday, July 20, 2009

NCAA Football 10: Custom UGA Covers

Found these online and thought I'd share them. Who wants to look at Michael Crabtree everytime you want to play the game on your Xbox?

Knowshon Moreno

Matt Stafford

AJ Green

The Countdown 2009: 47 Days to Go


All time wins against the Florida Gators. The last win was the 42-30 victory in 2007.

Sunday, July 19, 2009

The Countdown 2009: 48 Days to Go


Number of wins over Kentucky. Georgia leads the all-time series 48-11-2.