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Sunday, October 08, 2006
There's a long-winded post about what happened Saturday night, but I have a feeling I'm not going to post it until tomorrow at the earliest.

Let me make one thing clear: I'm not down on the Dawgs at all. What happened is very unfortunate, but those guys played with heart for 60 minutes. No one wanted to lose that game. It just happened due to MANY contributing factors.

Also, let me point out that we lost a very disappointing game to UT in 2004. We also beat Florida that year.

Anyway, for your viewing pleasure, here are the best two things about Saturday...

First, a video of Battle Hymn on Saturday morning at rehearsal (which is LEAGUES better than the one taken from the Dawg Walk that is circling the internet)

And the second, which is a video of the aforementioned Rooster Call that I posted about a few weeks back. Unfortunately, size constraints made me edit it, so for the rotund bald fella who said some stuff before I this recording begins, I apologize. Sometimes, these things happen.


Until next time kids.

Be safe.
Blogger Russell said...
I have never, NEVER, understood the rooster cheer. I don't like it, nothing against the people that have led it, but I think the actual cheer is pretty lame. No offense given, so I'm hoping none taken.

As far as your next post goes, I will give your audience the tease. From four or five sections over in the stadium I saw the potential for a fight involving Kit and his roomie. Enough action to pick Kit out of the student section and realize what is gonig on. Actually all the credit to Ln for pointing it out. As it was winding down, I sent Kit a text message that said "Dude, do not get us kicked out of this casino."

Where Kit goes, potential fights follow. And that's why we love Kit.

Blogger Brett said...
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Blogger Brett said...

A male Tennessee fan and a male Georgia fan enter a restroom at a Georgia-Tennessee game at roughly the same time. Liquid is the concern of each. As the Tennessee fan completes his responsibility, he approaches the sink and begins washing his hands. The Georgia fan finishes shortly thereafter and begins walking out the door.

The Tennessee fan sees this and says, "Hey..... At the University of Tennessee, they teach us to wash our hands after we pee."

The Georgia fan hears this, stops in his tracks, turns to face the Volunteer and says, "Well, at the University of Georgia they teach us not to piss on our hands."