Today we've got my man, Nubyjas Wilborn on the podcast to address the calamity that is the state of football in the state of Georgia following this weekend's events. The Bulldogs got beat down by the Gamecocks and the Yellow Jackets took a big loss to the Clemson Tigers. To add insult to injury in Atlanta, Paul Johnson pulled the trigger on Al Groh Monday.
Before we get into the podcast make sure you check out The Shadow League, where Wilborn puts some work in. You can also find him on 1100 The Game in Atlanta and of course on 1500 in Macon, Georgia. Mad shout outs to Macon and the surrounding area, that's old Felder country.
Due to the level of frustration Paul Johnson inspires in me, we kick it off with Georgia. We talk a little of the underneath of the program and how, as a football team, it has been quite sometime since UGA has done much of note. This year, the Dawgs have to beat Florida or, even at 10-2, they'll be looking at an underachieving 2012.
Paul Johnson takes center stage as a guy who just can't seem to get the Jackets right. Sure they won a 2009 ACC Title, but they haven't been back to ACC Championship Game, haven't won a bowl game, have looked downright average since the departure of Chan Gailey's recruits and seem poised for a tailspin in 2012. How much longer does CPJ have in Atlanta?
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