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Georgia did one smart thing this week.

Written by Juan Cena on Wednesday, October 14 2009 and posted in SWRT
Well, at least one smart decision had been made this week over in Athens. Sadly, it didn't have anything to do with replacing defective defense coordinators. Online Athens, the website for The Athens Banner-Herald, reports that UGA has declined the offer by the Atlanta Sports Council to move the annual rivalry game between the Dawgs and Georgia Tech in 2011 to the Georgia Dome for that year's Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game in September.
As stated here, it was a stupid idea in the first place. As much as seeing either Tech or Georgia playing in the Kickoff Game, it would just be better if they were playing some team other than each other. Like maybe Tech against Florida, or UGA vs. Miami. Tech-Georgia in the Dome is more like visiting your Aunt's house at Christmas instead of your grandparents. It doesn't have quite the same feeling.
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Well, at least one smart decision had been made this week over in Athens. Sadly, it didn't have anything to do with replacing defective defense coordinators. Online Athens, the website for The Athens Banner-Herald, reports that UGA has declined the offer by the Atlanta Sports Council to move the annual rivalry game between the Dawgs and Georgia Tech in 2011 to the Georgia Dome for that year's Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game in September.
As stated here, it was a stupid idea in the first place. As much as seeing either Tech or Georgia playing in the Kickoff Game, it would just be better if they were playing some team other than each other. Like maybe Tech against Florida, or UGA vs. Miami. Tech-Georgia in the Dome is more like visiting your Aunt's house at Christmas instead of your grandparents. It doesn't have quite the same feeling.

Posted originally: 2009-10-13 23:35:00
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