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Dawgageddon: Could Mettenberger end up playing for Tennessee?


(Dawgageddon is a recurring feature of SWRT covering UGA schadenfreude.)

The latest twist in the Zach Mettenberger saga could have him becoming a recurring nightmare for Mark Richt and Georgia. According to an interview with the disgraced QB, Mettenberger mentions several schools that have shown interest in him, despite that nasty business in Valdosta.
"Mettenberger tells kelinjohnson.com that he’s had heavy interest and calls from other colleges and universities, including the University of Tennessee, USC, Texas A&M, UK, Troy State, Memphis, and Colorado, and that a number of schools have been calling to get the scoop on Mettenberger from Bulldog Offensive Coordinator, and former winning UGA quarterback Mike Bobo."

After sitting out a year, Mettenberger could quite possibly have four chances to get his revenge on Georgia as a Volunteer. Tennessee, on the other hand, could once again find a way to thumb its nose at Georgia, having already hired Derek Dooley (Vince Dooley's son) as coach. As if beating UGA on the gridiron wasn't bad enough.

(via 3rd Saturday in Blogtober, KelinJohnson.com)


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(Dawgageddon is a recurring feature of SWRT covering UGA schadenfreude.)

The latest twist in the Zach Mettenberger saga could have him becoming a recurring nightmare for Mark Richt and Georgia. According to an interview with the disgraced QB, Mettenberger mentions several schools that have shown interest in him, despite that nasty business in Valdosta.
"Mettenberger tells kelinjohnson.com that he’s had heavy interest and calls from other colleges and universities, including the University of Tennessee, USC, Texas A&M, UK, Troy State, Memphis, and Colorado, and that a number of schools have been calling to get the scoop on Mettenberger from Bulldog Offensive Coordinator, and former winning UGA quarterback Mike Bobo."

After sitting out a year, Mettenberger could quite possibly have four chances to get his revenge on Georgia as a Volunteer. Tennessee, on the other hand, could once again find a way to thumb its nose at Georgia, having already hired Derek Dooley (Vince Dooley's son) as coach. As if beating UGA on the gridiron wasn't bad enough.

(via 3rd Saturday in Blogtober, KelinJohnson.com)



Posted originally: 2010-05-11 07:25:00