I Got 99 Problems

You won’t hear many rap references on the blog.  I don’t think Lewis would approve.  I don’t even like rap music, but I must say I like a few songs (and can “rap” the lyrics), and can name the songs literally on one hand:  Forget about Dre, Nothin’ but a “G” Thing, Baby Got Back, Empire State of Mind, and the inspiration for this post:  99 Problems. 

I like the Dawgs on Saturday.  I am sure we’ll get into more as the week progresses, but in short, here’s why I like the Dawgs:  UGA’s Defense.

But there are reasons that UGA might lose:

1.  Special Teams errors.

2. The Offense giving up points.

3.  The Defense biting too hard on Rainey and Demps’ speed.

4.  The Defense not adjusting to the Wildcat QB

5.  The Offense not being able to move the ball, constantly putting our defense in bad positions all night, a la Boise State.

6. Settling for Field Goals in the Red Zone.

7.  The fact the game is in Jacksonville and we have wet the bed every time minus 3 the last 20 years once we run out on the field and see who we are playing.

8.  Maybe we haven’t improved as well as we thought we had, and are actually not a good team at all.

9-99:  Fill in the blank, you are creative.

100.  The team went to the Ramsey Pool.

If you’re having football problems I feel bad for you son, but the Dawgs got 99 problems and the pool ain’t one.

I think we win, but if we don’t I am going to throw this out there now:  spare me the crap that the team wasn’t focused because they spent an hour at the high dive. 


4 Responses to “I Got 99 Problems”

  1. 1 Tuxedodawg October 24, 2011 at 9:42 am

    White people listen to and like rap music that no black people no longer listen to or like. It’s a proven scientific fact.

  2. 2 Booger Presley October 24, 2011 at 11:37 am

    Well, its a scientific fact the white people aren’t nearly as cool as black people.

  3. 3 HamDawg11 October 24, 2011 at 5:13 pm

    11. We come out in some ugly black helmets with red facemasks….

  1. 1 A Couple of Notes on The Florida Game: The Jacksonville “Curse” and What UGA Needs To Do To Win « The Grit Tree Trackback on October 27, 2011 at 10:20 am

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