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(Fox Sports)   It isn't really college football season until someone tears an ACL during a TD celebration, ending their season. Way to be, Georgia WR Malcolm "In the Middle" Mitchell   (msn.foxsports.com) divider line 20
    More: Dumbass, ACL, wide receiver, Mark Richt, Atlanta, anterior cruciate ligament, Aaron Murray, Chris Conley, Southeastern Conference  
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2013-09-01 08:50:47 PM
Of COURSE the first person to do it is from the SEC.  SEC! SEC! SEC!

\amidoinitrite?
 
2013-09-01 08:55:40 PM
Celebrating someone else's TD, no less. Tough break, Jawjuh.
 
2013-09-01 08:56:18 PM
i63.photobucket.com

Still my favorite.  But that's pretty dumb too.
 
2013-09-01 09:09:46 PM

robsul82: [i63.photobucket.com image 275x206]

Still my favorite.  But that's pretty dumb too.


I still remember watching that live, since we here in New England are tortured with having the Giants be our NFC "market."

\doesn't help that there's still old farts around that remember them being the only team near here
\\also doesn't help that the Providence area literally talks and thinks like they're IN New York City
 
2013-09-01 09:24:02 PM
it's good to see at least some of the injuries on georgia's side were real last night
 
2013-09-01 09:46:47 PM
*barf*
 
2013-09-01 10:00:12 PM
Not the least bit surprising when you consider that Mark Richt has openly ordered his players to earn themselves excessive celebration penalties after opening touchdowns to demoralize the opposing team.  (vs. Florida, 2007)

You know, the best advice I've ever gotten about winning with grace was, "Act like you've been there before, and like you expect to be there again." And it was as much about having swagger as it was about being a good sport. End zone celebrations seem to send the opposite message--that scoring is a super-huge deal for you. Wouldn't it be much more badass to toss the ball to the ref and trot off the field like it's just another day at the office?
 
2013-09-01 10:24:39 PM

Cymbals of the Illiterati: Not the least bit surprising when you consider that Mark Richt has openly ordered his players to earn themselves excessive celebration penalties after opening touchdowns to demoralize the opposing team.  (vs. Florida, 2007)

You know, the best advice I've ever gotten about winning with grace was, "Act like you've been there before, and like you expect to be there again." And it was as much about having swagger as it was about being a good sport. End zone celebrations seem to send the opposite message--that scoring is a super-huge deal for you. Wouldn't it be much more badass to toss the ball to the ref and trot off the field like it's just another day at the office?


so by following that advice, you're actually trying to show off?  acting like you're so good that you score touchdowns all the time.  it seems like you still want the adoration, but with still acting like you're better than the people that dance and have a good time?

/mostly joking
 
2013-09-01 10:40:57 PM

animesucks: Cymbals of the Illiterati: Not the least bit surprising when you consider that Mark Richt has openly ordered his players to earn themselves excessive celebration penalties after opening touchdowns to demoralize the opposing team.  (vs. Florida, 2007)

You know, the best advice I've ever gotten about winning with grace was, "Act like you've been there before, and like you expect to be there again." And it was as much about having swagger as it was about being a good sport. End zone celebrations seem to send the opposite message--that scoring is a super-huge deal for you. Wouldn't it be much more badass to toss the ball to the ref and trot off the field like it's just another day at the office?

so by following that advice, you're actually trying to show off?  acting like you're so good that you score touchdowns all the time.  it seems like you still want the adoration, but with still acting like you're better than the people that dance and have a good time?

/mostly joking


Basically, yes.  It's still a statement of superiority.  After all, you did just score on them.  You know you're making a statement, and the other team might know you're making a statement.  But to the rest of the world, you don't come off looking like a jackass.
 
2013-09-01 10:42:54 PM

Cymbals of the Illiterati: animesucks: Cymbals of the Illiterati: Not the least bit surprising when you consider that Mark Richt has openly ordered his players to earn themselves excessive celebration penalties after opening touchdowns to demoralize the opposing team.  (vs. Florida, 2007)

You know, the best advice I've ever gotten about winning with grace was, "Act like you've been there before, and like you expect to be there again." And it was as much about having swagger as it was about being a good sport. End zone celebrations seem to send the opposite message--that scoring is a super-huge deal for you. Wouldn't it be much more badass to toss the ball to the ref and trot off the field like it's just another day at the office?

so by following that advice, you're actually trying to show off?  acting like you're so good that you score touchdowns all the time.  it seems like you still want the adoration, but with still acting like you're better than the people that dance and have a good time?

/mostly joking

Basically, yes.  It's still a statement of superiority.  After all, you did just score on them.  You know you're making a statement, and the other team might know you're making a statement.  But to the rest of the world, you don't come off looking like a jackass.


And with a significantly reduced risk of season-ending injuries.
 
2013-09-01 11:28:25 PM

Cymbals of the Illiterati: animesucks: Cymbals of the Illiterati: Not the least bit surprising when you consider that Mark Richt has openly ordered his players to earn themselves excessive celebration penalties after opening touchdowns to demoralize the opposing team.  (vs. Florida, 2007)

You know, the best advice I've ever gotten about winning with grace was, "Act like you've been there before, and like you expect to be there again." And it was as much about having swagger as it was about being a good sport. End zone celebrations seem to send the opposite message--that scoring is a super-huge deal for you. Wouldn't it be much more badass to toss the ball to the ref and trot off the field like it's just another day at the office?

so by following that advice, you're actually trying to show off?  acting like you're so good that you score touchdowns all the time.  it seems like you still want the adoration, but with still acting like you're better than the people that dance and have a good time?

/mostly joking

Basically, yes.  It's still a statement of superiority.  After all, you did just score on them.  You know you're making a statement, and the other team might know you're making a statement.  But to the rest of the world, you don't come off looking like a jackass.


I was always a fan of calmly walking to the extra point spot and setting it for the refs.
 
2013-09-01 11:44:42 PM
Shipoopi!
 
2013-09-01 11:52:28 PM

Nabb1: Celebrating someone else's TD, no less. Tough break, Jawjuh.


Not even his six.
 
2013-09-02 01:28:49 AM
Stupid injuries.
Early season losses.
Fans calling for Mark Richt's head after 1 week.

It's not Football.  It's Georgia Football.
 
2013-09-02 07:12:50 AM
Mitchell!!

i1.ytimg.com
 
2013-09-02 12:30:38 PM
goddammitsomuch.
 
2013-09-02 12:41:48 PM

Learned Hand Job: It's not Football.  It's Georgia Football.


Just waiting for steamingpile to show up and call his team shiat.  Oh, wait.  It was not Boise they lost to this time.
 
2013-09-02 07:41:27 PM

Learned Hand Job: Stupid injuries.
Early season losses.
Fans calling for Mark Richt's head after 1 week.

It's not Football.  It's Georgia Football.


No Richt is a decently average coach, that's fine for most but his track record shows he can't win a big game. I love the man personally and think he really cares about his guys but that doesn't make alumni happy or win championships. He needs to learn that if he's better than a team he needs to stomp on their necks, but he will never do that and it cost him wins and get him fired.
 
2013-09-02 07:44:08 PM

HeadLever: Learned Hand Job: It's not Football.  It's Georgia Football.

Just waiting for steamingpile to show up and call his team shiat.  Oh, wait.  It was not Boise they lost to this time.


There not shiat this year though, defense is suspect but they should have beaten Clemson.

UGAs biggest problem is that Richt gets a 10 point lead and thinks the game is over so he pulls his team back. Also that he won't learn that opponents are on to him calling draw plays on 3rd and long.
 
2013-09-03 10:22:07 AM

steamingpile: HeadLever: Learned Hand Job: It's not Football.  It's Georgia Football.

Just waiting for steamingpile to show up and call his team shiat.  Oh, wait.  It was not Boise they lost to this time.

There not shiat this year though, defense is suspect but they should have beaten Clemson.

UGAs biggest problem is that Richt gets a 10 point lead and thinks the game is over so he pulls his team back. Also that he won't learn that opponents are on to him calling draw plays on 3rd and long.


No, Richt's biggest problem is a complete lack of discipline that regularly results in 8+ penalties a game.  That's fine against sh*tty teams, but it's a big part of why Murray is 1-10 against ranked teams (and that one win was the complete sh*tfest against UF last year where Jarvis Jones saved their asses)

Been a problem the entire time he's been there, and they're never going to win the NC like that
 
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