Kirby Smart Feels Good About The Future Of Georgia Football Minus 'A Disease'
© Stephen Lew-USA TODAY Sports
Georgia took care of Baylor 26-14 in yesterday's Sugar Bowl. After the game, head coach Kirby Smart said the future is bright for the Bulldogs as long as players continue to work and avoid the "disease”...Per FootballScoop...

“The future is only bright if those guys continue to work, because there is a disease that creeps in at Georgia where kids believe they are better than they are and they read their own press clippings.”

(The Spun)
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Reply6 months
Took a page outta the ole Saban book I see
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Rat poison.
Reply6 months
And the next morning, Zack Evan's delays announcement
Reply6 months
Herpes. It affects most thUGA fans.
Reply6 months
Bowl cuts are not a good look for 50+ year old men. Get an adult haircut for frick sake.
Reply6 months
That traitor bitch is only 44, but still a bad look.
6 months
Why don't you post your picture so we can all see what an Adonis with a perfect haircut looks like.
6 months
or, teams like LSU and Bama are a little better...
Reply6 months
Maybe your coaching decisions are better than YOU think they are.
Reply6 months
I think you're on to something here...
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