Friday, June 29, 2012

Because something's happening, and you don't know what it is

I like how Mark Bradley debunks his question before he even asks it. It's a time saver.
So no, Georgia players aren’t alone in messing up. Pick another campus — Florida, Auburn, LSU — and you’ll find similar examples of excess. In sum, it’s not only Georgia.
That said … Why is it always Georgia?
Another home run, Mark. And just think of the time you saved yourself, not combing through any old reports, not putting together any, you know, numbers to compare UGA football arrests to those at other schools.

It must be wonderfully freeing not to have to do any actual reporting, and finding yourself free to roam with perception toward a lack of conclusion.

Friday, June 1, 2012

Saturday memorial set for Sky

From his family's submitted obituary:
A memorial service is planned for Saturday, June 2nd at 1:00 pm with visitation immediately following at Lord and Stephens, WEST. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Craig Hertwig, "The Sky Spirit Award" to be given to a UGA student. The fund is at the Oconee State Bank, PO Box 205, Watkinsville, Georgia 30677 or can be dropped off at any Oconee State Bank. Lord and Stephens, WEST, is in charge of arrangements.
The Athletic Department also has a nice announcement up, with some comments from Coach Dooley:
"Because of his size, he was not ready to play as a freshman and we redshirted him," Dooley said. "One of the things I remember most about Craig is how big a fan he was during that season he redshirted. He loved to get in the stands with the students and cheer for the team. I don't know if I ever had a player who was as big of a fan as Craig. He matured and became a great player – an All-American – played professionally and came back to Athens. He always continued his support of Georgia football and all Georgia sports in that social way. He was so well known all over Athens and will be missed."