Breaking injury update from Clemson: Justyn Ross is going to have surgery Friday. When he had an X-ray after the spring injury, he learned he was born with something called congenital fusion. He will not play this season.
Sorry to hear of the death of Pat Dye. Although many younger Dawgs fans only know him as the former head football coach and athletic director at Auburn, Dye was a Bulldog born and bred and was All-SEC in college at UGA. RIP, Pat. https://t.co/1jL0m2CAFk https://t.co/zzGhlF2I62
Rest in peace to the Great Pat Dye. A UGA and Auburn legend. Dye passed today at the age of 80. Dye led Auburn to a 99-39-4 overall record in 12 seasons. He’s a former Georgia Bulldog All-American and a member of the UGA Circle of Honor. Prayers to the Dye and AU family. 🙏
Georgia fans will never forget Tarkenton's pass to Bill Herron for the touchdown that beat Auburn 14-13 for the SEC championship. What fans forget is that Auburn led 13-7 was running out the clock when the Tigers fumbled. The loose ball was recovered for Georgia by Pat Dye.
I once asked HOF quarterback Fran Tarkenton to name his favorite teammate at Georgia. He didn't hesistate. "Patrick Fain Dye," he said. Two time All-American in 1959 and 1960. Won an SEC championship in 1959, beating Auburn in Athens. RIP, Coach.
R.I.P. to a giant and important figure in SEC history: Before leading Auburn, Pay Dye was a two-way starter at Georgia - guard and linebacker - in 1959-60. Inducted into the UGA Circle of Honor in 2013.
Auburn coaching legend Pat Dye passed away Monday. Dye was hospitalized with a kidney issue. He tested positive for COVID-19. He had a 99-39-4 record and won four SEC titles at Auburn from 1981-92. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2005 https://t.co/jSbJYSRrbK
While we can't pretend that all is normal and right in the world - because it's not - for those who want some distraction and some normalcy we can try. I'm accepting questions for a Mailbag this week, submissions can go here: https://t.co/ui9xuNOG9a
Imagine being the bum who’s just been waiting for his chance to go in on Dale Murphy and thought “This is it. This is my opening.”
Kirby Smart wrote that he “cannot imagine the agony, grief and fear that our black communities feel today and every day.”