First, let me say how grateful I am that there was a college football season. It is one of the few sports that I am truly passionate about. Years ago, my wife told me I could either be a Bulldog fan or a Falcon fan, but I couldn’t be both. She said there was no way she could let me ruin a Saturday and a Sunday if both teams lost. I like the Braves, but I don’t love them. I don’t follow the NBA at all anymore, and as a Georgia fan college basketball just isn’t much fun. What I can’t believe is how hard so many people worked and sacrificed so that these kids could compete and have a chance to fulfill dreams while also entertaining us. That leads me to my overall thoughts on the Georgia Football Program which is overwhelming pride.
Thankfully, the Georgia Bulldogs have a game played and a “W” in the win column, but the first two quarters were hard to watch. Even so, I was grateful for them. I feel like I missed a lot during the game due to cooking ribs and parenting. But watching it again always helps to understand a little more. As I mentioned in my last post, upsets are likely to be abundant and offense may be hard to find and for the most part last weekend didn’t disappoint. Mississippi State wins over LSU with tons of offense and Oklahoma fell to Kansas State with almost no defense.
f you are reading this, there is a chance you might have read my last two posts on Georgia football. I wrote one in late July and one in early August. Both were optimistic outlooks on the season. In one case, I was just hoping they would play at all and in the other I was focused on a new all SEC schedule. My predictions were definitely done through “Bulldog Lenses “. I thought today would be a good time to be a little more realistic about the upcoming season. Let’s be honest with each other and admit we really don’t know what to expect. In July, we didn’t think there would be a season. In August, we learned the Big Ten and Pac 12 wouldn’t play. And in September we learned that Jamie Newman wasn’t playing either.
It is August 28th, I am sitting here at my desk waiting on some estimates to help work through some issues on a contract. It’s been a long week and long year. I really wish I was out doing something else, but I am grateful to have the work as many others do not. Many … Read More
DAMN! DAMN! DAMN! Frankly, I don’t know another way to better describe our current situation here in Athens or the whole country for that matter. Well, maybe I do know some other words, but those might be a little too ugly to write down. At least damnation is in the bible. We all know what … Read More
Last night and early this morning I found myself getting fed up and almost angry with social media. I know that sounds ridiculous for a person with a very active Facebook and Instagram account. But about 3 to 4 times a year, I just get exhausted with people on social media. As a Realtor, I … Read More
The annual cocktail party down in Jacksonville is upon us, and while it is always a big game it feels a little different this year, and the fan base seems a little uptight. Year in and year out, this game is crucial to both Georgia and Florida, and typically the winner goes on to Atlanta … Read More
Well college football is back and even the temperature is starting to feel like football at a cool 64 degrees here in Athens this morning. I have been doing these football posts over the last several seasons for fun, and because most people don’t really care about real estate until it is their time to … Read More
I have now been writing posts to this blog for over 3 years now, and this will be the 4th time that I am writing a post to predict the Georgia football season. As many of you know, my intentions for this blog were to post only articles on real estate. However, I quickly realized … Read More
SEC Media Days has been taking place this week over in Atlanta. I personally enjoy this week because it is a sign that football is getting closer and cooler weather will eventually return. I doubt anyone reading this blog doesn’t know what SEC Media days are about, but in case you don’t here is what … Read More