The Georgia spring game gave the DawgsHQ crew an opportunity to pursue greatness. Before the Dawgs tee it up Between the Hedges on Saturday, we teed it up for our own friendly competition:
A G-Day Fantasy Dawgs Draft.
The new(er) Dawgs on the block here at DawgsHQ vs. the original two in a showdown for the ages.
Obviously, I’m biased.
But Rowe and I built something that will be hard to defeat once the final stats come in on Saturday.
Georgia spring game team #1: The Winners
Jake Rowe and I lost the coin toss and had to pick second.
Boy, I’m glad we did.
It forced Thombs and Reuse into a no-win situation: They had to pick Brock Bowers number one.
If you have the first pick and don’t pick Bowers, you’re an idiot. But if you do pick him, guess what? You’re setting yourself up for a statistical goose egg.
Do you really expect Georgia to feed its proven and most valuable weapon in a meaningless game (for his evaluation)?
After they picked Malaki Starks, our picks got rolling.
We also kick Reuse and Thombs’s collective tail with the sheer aggression, mass and skill on the line of scrimmage and in space.
Speaking of Brocks, we Brocked the world with our own, and will ride with the mobile Brock Vandagriff at QB1.
Check out the full roster and tell me Team Rowenship isn’t built to dominate. You literally can’t.
Team Reuse and Thombs: The Losers
Reuse, Reuse, Reuse.
Thombs, Thombs, Thombs.
It will be a long day for you on Saturday.
Still, with an elite team like Georgia, Thombs and Reuse were bound to hit on some picks here and there.
Sedrick Van Pran is the anchor of this Dawgs’ o-line. That’s pretty solid.
In the end, however, I think we all know how this will play out at G-Day.
Can’t wait for Rowe and I to eat our steak and lobster on The Georgia Show this Sunday while Palmer and Jake eat their beanie weenies of shame.
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