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The Record of Wrongs: Georgia Bulldogs

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[Note by Hooper, 10/09/09 1:12 PM EDT ]  Bumped up for entertainment value.  Go, VolBrian, Go!

Hear ye, hear ye. It's Time. Time for Tennessee Volunteer fans to gather for the ceremonial reading of the Record of Wrongs, a litany of the offenses committed by the Georgia Bulldogs.


 

  • October 12, 2002: Georgia 18, Tennessee 13. The Bulldogs made things difficult for backup QB C.J. Leak and forced Phillip Fulmer to simultaneously pull Leak and lose the commitment of Leak's younger brother Chris, who went to Florida instead.
  • October 6, 2001: Georgia 26, Tennessee 24. The hobnail boot game in which David Greene ruined Travis Stephens's most-spectacular come-from-behind screen for a touchdown with time running low by executing his own, even more spectacular come-from-behind drive as time ran out.

  • 1981: Georgia 44, Tennessee 0.
  • 1909-1924: Georgia beat Tennessee in five consecutive tries.
  • Receiver A.J. Green is from the same home town as referee Penn Wagers.
  • Probably not true

    • In 1962, one of the Ugas went on a violent rampage through a sorority dorm, ripping 17 young coeds apart limb by limb. Despite this horrific act, the administration did not put him down. Instead, they bronzed him and put him on the President's mantle and held him out as a sterling example of overachievement.
    • In May of 2008, the NCAA ruled that David Greene was ineligible for his entire career by virtue of being the first transhuman to play college football. Greene's augmentation had been kept secret through an extensive conspiratorial plot consisting mainly of barking Freemasons.
    • The University of Georgia Utility District refuses to pick up garbage from school dumpsters any more often quarterly.

    I'm certain I've missed some. Whatcha got?