Maybe the coaches need twitter training?

Let’s not sugarcoat it. For Georgia to win the SEC East, it’ll once again need another team to lose (similar to 2003, 2005 and 2011) and enable another back-in route to Atlanta.

That’s a known fact.

You know what the great thing is about Twitter? That it allows everyone to know what your thoughts are privately. In the case of Mark Richt (or the assistant who handles his social media), pretty much everyone knows the key to winning the SEC at Georgia – pulling for someone else.

And if it is, in fact someone else, you’d expect them to have better common sense.

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The Head Ball Coach may just bomb us back into the stone age next year.

Lugnut Dawg

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4 Responses to “Maybe the coaches need twitter training?”


  1. 1 Tuxedodawg October 12, 2012 at 10:58 am

    You know that’s really not Coach Mark Richt, right?

    • 2 Corbindawg October 12, 2012 at 12:55 pm

      It is definately Coach Richt’s Twitter account, but 202 is right; I seriously doubt he updates it. I mean, how many secondary violations has the man committed over the last few years for butt dialing or sending a text instead of an email, or something silly like that?

      But who cares what is tweeted? I mean, how much crap has Spurrier spewed out over the last 20 years? I doubt something this harmless will even register with Spurrier. He is too busy having a pissing contest with Dabo.

      • 3 Tuxedodawg October 12, 2012 at 4:43 pm

        That’s what I meant. It’s Richt’s Twitter account but someone “tweets” on his behalf.

        For parody Twitter accounts, Isaiah Crowell’s is pretty funny.

  2. 4 202dawg October 12, 2012 at 11:12 am

    I’m pretty sure it’s really his, although he’s not the one who updates it…


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