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DawgHolliday
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the 'cloven-land', ga
Member since Sep 2012
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re: I'm tired of always never getting over the hump
No. Those things happened. No need to deny them. Nor are they proof of me being right wrong or otherwise.
It must be sad to live in a “this OR that” world with no nuance and context.

Getting rid of Coley was a no brainer and I think even the most die-Kirby fans would have been scratching their heads if he had not.

Hiring Monken would be great...if Kirby had actually handed him 100% control over all offensive decisions. However, Kirby did not do that and continues to have his hands on the offense in general and the QB room specifically. The former is an educated guess, the latter is from Kirbys own mouth.

Think what you will, but you realize there are more than 2 color options in even the most basic box of crayons, correct?


djsdawg
Member since Apr 2015
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re: I'm tired of always never getting over the hump
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Hiring Monken would be great...if Kirby had actually handed him 100% control over all offensive decisions. However, Kirby did not do that and continues to have his hands on the offense in general and the QB room specifically. The former is an educated guess, the latter is from Kirbys own mouth.



Our personnel limitations are real, and whatever you say about kirby isn’t a hindrance. You are assigning blame in the wrong place.


DawgHolliday
Georgia Fan
the 'cloven-land', ga
Member since Sep 2012
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re: I'm tired of always never getting over the hump
Sure...this has been a jacked up season full of unexpected issues and unforeseen injuries. None of us know exactly what is going on behind the scenes. That much is true.

What we can actually SEE, and what Kirby has admitted to of his own volition, is that he hasn’t gotten his hands out of the QB room.

That alone, coupled with his past meddling, tells me that he hasn’t learned his lesson.

Either way, I’m not even sure why I decided to join the conversation at all. Apologies to you did and those whose sensibilities I have offended. Life is about to throw a lot of shite at all of us, and football isn’t a good enough reason to argue with people I don’t know.


meansonny
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re: I'm tired of always never getting over the hump
How do we know that Monken isnt picking the starters based upon his best options available to play?


djsdawg
Member since Apr 2015
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re: I'm tired of always never getting over the hump
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What we can actually SEE, and what Kirby has admitted to of his own volition, is that he hasn’t gotten his hands out of the QB room.


The head coach should always be involved. That’s not the problem. You are whining just to whine. At least whine about legit problems.


DawgHolliday
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Member since Sep 2012
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re: I'm tired of always never getting over the hump
Kirby said last week that HE (Kirby) picks the starter at QB, not Monken.


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DawgHolliday
Georgia Fan
the 'cloven-land', ga
Member since Sep 2012
4366 posts

re: I'm tired of always never getting over the hump
I’m whining? No. I stated my position. You chose to come in hot (like you always do) and play Billy Badass. That’s on you. You can agree or disagree, but your inability to have a conversation without being a douche-nozzle is a real personality defect.


djsdawg
Member since Apr 2015
20882 posts

re: I'm tired of always never getting over the hump
Your position makes no sense. What you are accusing Kirby of doing isn’t what the problem is.


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Porter Osborne Jr
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re: I'm tired of always never getting over the hump
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Kirby said last week that HE (Kirby) picks the starter at QB, not Monken.



Did he? I thought he said Monken had full reigns and they were on the same page.


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ArmydawgMD
US Army Fan
Member since Sep 2020
85 posts

re: I'm tired of always never getting over the hump
Not going to read through the entire thread, but at least we aren't Tennessee. They go on to lose and over on VolNation are melting extremely hard. Seeing that gives me some perspective. If we are to run off every coach after a season that doesn't provide expectations we never will be able to achieve anything. Kirby will do a lot better if the fanbase isn't trying to on mount underserved pressure. Kirby has been an improvement from Mark Richt, lets be thankful
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Gtmodawg
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PNW
Member since Dec 2019
3403 posts

re: I'm tired of always never getting over the hump
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I really cannot believe some of the posts in this thread. I would love to hear thoughts on who we should get to replace Kirby.


That decision is 5 years off. It will be a step backward most likely because Smart is very good. He just isn't good enough and that is OK. Only 2-3 teams have a shot at a natty any given year, UGA will be one of them every 6-8 years or so.


djsdawg
Member since Apr 2015
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re: I'm tired of always never getting over the hump
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nly 2-3 teams have a shot at a natty any given year, UGA will be one of them every 6-8 years or so.



Classic example of your exaggerating clueless BS.


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