The 2011 UGA Football Season: Shades of Gray

Right or wrong, black or white, cross the line you’re gonna pay.  In the dawn before the light, live and die by shades of gray.

I was at this concert…were you?

Regular readers of the blog in our two year history have probably noticed a few things.

1.  We are fans of Robert Earl Keen.

2. I, Corbindawg, am what the folks on the Vent refer to as a “Disney Dawg”.  I am the eternal optimist, loyal to Coach Richt, and except the extreme cases following the Mississippi State and UCF games, kept my anger in check last season. I like to think that the 8-5 and 6-7 seasons in 2009 and 2010 were merely blips on the radar. 

3. Kensingtondawg is a pessimist and has been saying for as long as I have known him (2008) the direction of the program was heading this way, and as long as the current regime is in place, it won’t improve-or improve quickly enough.  He was on that bandwagon before it was the prevailing thought.

As we head into the 2011 campaign, there are some definite positives on this team, and there are some very glaring concerns.  There is reason for hope and optimism, while at the same time there are reasons for despair and pessimism. 

Over the next couple of weeks, we will be highlighting each category:  offense, defense, special teams, coaching and the schedule and posting on the positives and negatives facing each one. 

But in a twist, and an attempt to better understand each other, Kensingtondawg will highlight positives and I will report on the negatives. 


1 Response to “The 2011 UGA Football Season: Shades of Gray”

  1. 1 Reason for Concern in 2011: The Offense « The Grit Tree Trackback on May 27, 2011 at 10:13 am

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