UGA Football Recruiting 30-Mar-2016

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UGA Football Recruiting 30-Mar-2016

No. 10 Evan Reese - Class of 2017 - OLB (Photo
No. 10 Evan Reese – Class of 2017 – OLB


UGA Football Recruiting Daily Thread


Today’s Featured Recruits



Tadarrius Patterson

Class of 2017 – OLB

Carver HS, Birmingham, AL



Evan Reese

Class of 2017 – OLB

Savannah Christian School, Savannah, GA



Donovan Georges

Class of 2018 – LB

Champagnat Catholic School, Hialeah, FL



Quin Williams

Class of 2018 – OLB

Morgan County HS, Madison, GA









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Greg is closing in on 15 years writing about and photographing UGA sports. While often wrong and/or out of focus, it has been a long, strange trip full of fun and new friends.

311 responses on “UGA Football Recruiting 30-Mar-2016

  1. RumRunnerDoogie

    Red Dawn RumRunnerDoogie i dont really have a issue with it, shouldnt have any dirty laundry

  2. Red Dawn

    It’s time for the Senate to kill this FOI amendment.  In light of what is going on at UT and given the Jan Kemp/Tony Cole issues at UGA it’s not a good idea to give the impression that UGA is getting in the business of withholding info and playing the cover up game like UT and Gatuhs.  I was all for restricting transfers,  but this is a bad look.  Make the FOI request 2-4 weeks if it’s a man power issue.

  3. dsw61

    Been watching the video of the QBs from today’s practice. I’m still very impressed with how Ramsey throws the ball. Very smooth. He must be a seriously laid back kid to have not won the starting job by now. Maybe Kirby and Chaney can some how find a leadership switch in him and turn it on.

  4. PatriotVeteran

    Bulltoad Bulldawg36 CKS is new and can make some spectacular decisions as a first year coach.     Regardless who the next QB is,  I believe CKS will give Eason the GO.    First the FANS want to see changes and there is a lot of speculations that Eason is smart enough to know the Playbook and learns fast.     The coaches want to provide the fans with a lot of excitement and we’ll have some great players to do just that.   Our TE’s are ready to have a good year.    Our WR are getting some good coaching and will be able to catch passes from whoever is the QB.     The second team Offensive Lineman will come out of their shell and give the protection Eason will need.    IMO, The fans want to see a lot of scoring, a Special Team that’s second to none both a big, fast, and furious OL & DL that puts fear in their opponents.     2016 will be something special and UGA will be ready.     GO DAWGS.

  5. Brooklyndawg

    RumRunnerDoogie Brooklyndawg They very much are now, now that the old man is dead and buried, and the sons re cutting back-k every tear, just as they are promising to do again this year. There were essentially no shoring-up trades made in the off-season, and they could end up dead last in their division, against the likes of Toronto, Baltimore, Boston, Tampa Bay

  6. RumRunnerDoogie

    Brooklyndawg RumRunnerDoogie thing we know is the yankees arent afraid to throw out huge loads of money

  7. Brooklyndawg

    RumRunnerDoogie Brooklyndawg Even dumber, his base was $275 mill over 10 years, excluding all of the built-in bonuses and perks.

  8. RumRunnerDoogie

    Brooklyndawg RumRunnerDoogie arods contract was something stupid like 250 mil right?

  9. RumRunnerDoogie

    Brooklyndawg RumRunnerDoogie i think those 3 get paid more than most team pay rolls lol.

  10. Brooklyndawg

    RumRunnerDoogie Brooklyndawg They need to get rid of CC, The Rodless One, and Texeira.

  11. Brooklyndawg

    CLTDawg RumRunnerDoogie Brooklyndawg Yanks have a good stock of promising rookies as well. Unfortunately they often fulfill their promise when they go to other teams.

  12. CLTDawg

    RumRunnerDoogie CLTDawg Brooklyndawg Doubtful. They are all on their rookie deals for a long time. As painful as the last two offseasons have been, the future is a bit brighter.

  13. RumRunnerDoogie

    CLTDawg Brooklyndawg yea they will just trade them all away like normal instead of paying haha

  14. CLTDawg

    Brooklyndawg Braves farm system is looking MEAN, though. Pretty sure the team in Gwinnett is going to be more watchable than the team at Turner Field this year.

  15. RumRunnerDoogie

    Brooklyndawg well pay roll wise its a difference lol. think CC makes more than the whole braves payroll

  16. RumRunnerDoogie

    Brooklyndawg websater RumRunnerDoogie crazydawg87 naw up north its GET THE $%#@ OUTTA HAAAREEE

  17. Brooklyndawg

    websater RumRunnerDoogie crazydawg87 Interesting, but “up north”, we’d say…How’re THEY hanging'”? A conumdrum of anatomical differences between Mainlanders and Islanders?

  18. Brooklyndawg

    OT for FB, but the Yankees found a team much worse than them in spring baseball….the Barves….LOL….say it ain’t so, Joe!

  19. RumRunnerDoogie

    Greg Poole RumRunnerDoogie alrighty, dont think i will need to ban anyone till then anyways #

  20. RumRunnerDoogie

    websater RumRunnerDoogie crazydawg87 havent even checked my bank statement yet, too scared to

  21. websater

    RumRunnerDoogie websater crazydawg87 thats so awesome. Love when something like that comes together.

  22. RumRunnerDoogie

    websater RumRunnerDoogie crazydawg87 was awesome, was a last minute thing where some friends rented a boat and said they had room for one more to go

  23. RumRunnerDoogie

    websater RumRunnerDoogie crazydawg87 wanting to go back to the bahamas haha. nothing but rain here

  24. dsw61

    1mandawgpack dsw61 Agree poor teaching starts at an early age, but in my experience it continues into HS and college. According to Chris Davis, it continues into MLB, depending on the organization. The reality is that the UGA hitter in the video I posted; as well as others in the lineup; are perfectly capable of using their bodies correctly to hit a baseball. It takes about one week working two to three hours per day to get a HS or college age kid to get the correct movements down. It takes another couple of weeks to help the player figure out how to wrap their personal style around the correct movements and get their timing down against live pitching.

  25. haws1178

    Finally the end of the work day is here. About to load up and head to the house. I’ll check in later

  26. Brooklyndawg

    RumRunnerDoogie Brooklyndawg Bansai buckeroo Yes, those were the very fun days! BTW, while you were away, and it was just a fleeting reappearance before BZ was terminated, guess who signed in? BillClinton! No idea if it was the original.

  27. Brooklyndawg

    RumRunnerDoogie Brooklyndawg Bansai buckeroo I heard it from the usual highly respected suspects that you never actually interviewed, otherwise you surely would’t have gotten it.

  28. RumRunnerDoogie

    Brooklyndawg Bansai buckeroo and posting very questionable and irrelevant stuff haha

  29. Brooklyndawg

    Bansai buckeroo I always felt that that was a scam, so they could get your FB info. I’d rather be mis-trusted anyway, that’s what the Night Crew was all about anyway.

  30. RumRunnerDoogie

    Brooklyndawg Bansai buckeroo i have to do another interview with the bossman to get it back#

  31. Bansai buckeroo

    @Brooklyndawg……I miss my trusted badge….that was a pain in the you know what to get…haha

  32. Brooklyndawg

    Bansai buckeroo And as an extra bonus, he took away your Moderator’s badge but, if you behave, he might give you an “I’m NOT a Moderator, Badge”.

  33. Brooklyndawg

    haws1178 Yeah, I got some, and was able to cash them in on a Double Secret HELP Badge.

  34. Greg Poole

    Lucas Rogers AlphaDawg  They are so committed to the 93K idea that if they fall short it will give other schools ammunition in recruiting. They have to fill it up or lose face.

  35. Lucas Rogers

    AlphaDawg Lucas Rogers I’m not sure on that one. I hope it doesn’t get out before the game just so a bunch of random music fans who don’t care about the game, go and take really good seats.

  36. AlphaDawg

    Lucas Rogers AlphaDawg Who’s performing at Gday brother? My source won’t throw me a bone. Too afraid he’ll get in trouble.

  37. Lucas Rogers

    AlphaDawg Lucas Rogers Lol I just got outta class. Sitting here eating some chick fil a

  38. AlphaDawg

    Jake Rowe (free post): Dan Inman Is now officially headed to Central Gwinnett as the OL coach. Will get to work with UGA target Tony Gray for his senior season.

  39. ZippyMorocco

    MMCSDAWG ZippyMorocco Bulldawg36 
    It wasn’t just statistics. They were greatly improved QBs. I’m not arguing for Lambert, just saying Chaney has done it before.


    ZippyMorocco MMCSDAWG Bulldawg36

    I would agree from a statistical stand point, but statistics aren’t what I believe are the limiting factor with regard to lambert.  Don’t get me wrong, I greatly appreciate what he did for our team last year and he has been a DGD!  He may very well be our day 1 starter and I still believe we can win 10 games with lambert as our starting QB.  I just believe that our best chance to win the  SECe lies in the development and improvement of Eason throughout the season, IMO.

  41. RocketDawg

    Brooklyndawg AlphaDawg Mitchell has told my wife several times that his goal is to win the kicking job and the associated scholarship so he is motivated.

  42. ZippyMorocco

    MMCSDAWG Bulldawg36 
    ” We know what Lambert can do and he isn’t going to miraculously develop into something he hasn’t become in his 5 years of CFB. ”

    Crompton and Ainge significantly improved with one year of Chaney.

  43. RocketDawg

    Greg Poole CLTDawg I love reading Dash’s stuff. I pretty much get all of my UGA news here, Blutarsky, Dash, and Weizer (before i reach my max of free articles for the month 🙂

  44. Bulldawg36

    I know!U0001f622. I wish this weather would just stay warm. It’s just wishy washy!!!!!!

  45. Greg Poole

    Brooklyndawg  No, there isn’t. I doubt we know much on that until the other guys arrive this summer. We never see the kicker doing anything at practice.


    Unfortunately I don’t trust a weather forecast more than 4 hours in advance.  No way I would trust one weeks away!

  47. Brooklyndawg

    AlphaDawg Brooklyndawg Yes, but I guess I didn’t phrase my question properly, which should have been, have there been any on-field observations in practices to indicate how the various contestants are performing?

  48. Bulldawg36

    I seen the weather will be good for G-day. Hope it stays in the mid 70’s and sunny!!!!!!

  49. AlphaDawg

    Brooklyndawg last thing I read mentioned Hamm, Blank, and the new kid we just signed will be all competing on a clean slate.

  50. Brooklyndawg

    For EC or anyone else with some observations: Ramsey may be the current default punter, but I’ve heard nothing about Blankenship or other candidates to handle kickoffs and especially field goals. Is there a current status?

  51. Bulldawg36

    Man I hope it’s Eason. It’s been very quite about his progress. If he is learning the playbook at a good rate…then he has a good shot at starting sooner than later I would think. Smart and Chaney know who has the edge at qb right now.


    Bulldawg36 BD#36-  You could very well be right, but I for one believe we will see Eason, sooner rather than later.  In the article posted earlier by Greg about how Kirby ended up hiring Chaney, one of his direct comments talked about Chaney’s ability to tailor his offenses around the players he had available vice the other way around.  From that sentence, I take that Chaney is a very flexible and multidimensional OC.  Sure they all have their tendencies and preferences, but based on that part of why he hired Chaney, I believe we will see Eason starting game 1 or at a minimum by game 3.  I believe Ramsey is the wild card, as I’ve said before.  I just see Eason as the best available QB and the one that gives us the chance to win the most games.  We know what Lambert can do and he isn’t going to miraculously develop into something he hasn’t become in his 5 years of CFB.   Eason on the other hand, his ceiling and potential are unknown and believed to be much higher.   Who do you want behind the center when we are down 4 to UTk, less than 2 minutes left in the 4th qtr and we are out of timeouts, needing a touchdown??  For me, I want the guy that can make all the throws and when necessary can zip one to the sideline in tight coverages to stop the clock!

  53. Greg Poole

    Bulltoad We will know more after these scrimmages (this Saturday and the next). I predicted that Eason would start the season and I’m sticking to it…but not feeling to confident.

  54. Bulltoad

    Bulldawg36 I don’t see Lambert playing this year.  I think it will be Ramsey to start and eventually Eason when he is ready.  This could be wishful thinking on my part 🙂


    CLTDawg MMCSDAWG Considering we will have such a long time between G-day and start of the season, I’m pretty sure I will have watched every single position group and player in slow motion at least a dozen times by the time fall camp rolls around!  lol  I am old school and still believe the game of football is won or lost at the LOS, so again, the OL and DL will be my first focal points!

  56. Bulldawg36

    I predict that Lambert will be our starting qb for the better half of the 2016 season. Because he has the experience and leadership capabilities. I think Chaney is gonna give lambert every opportunity to prove himself. Chaney seems to work well with veteran QBs like he did with John Crompton… Remember the high praise he had for Chaney. I think Eason might take the job from lambert at some point but I wouldn’t bet on it. It’s been a long time ago since we had a true freshman starting at qb. As far as Ramsey goes, he throws a high ball and lacks accuracy. Chaney can correct it but he still lacks leadership. Sure would like to see Eason. Hope he can take over at some point in the season like Stafford and Zeier did.

  57. AlphaDawg

    Sure hope we start cherry picking Tennessee just to piss of those hills have eye’s folks. 
    This kid is 6’6 265 in the 2018 class

  58. AlphaDawg

    CLTDawg MMCSDAWG Would be lying if I didn’t say I’ll be watching every snap with Eason under center, Looking forward to seeing which WRs seem to get the most playing time, and OL.

  59. haws1178

    Receivers. To see if they can create separation. If not I fear we will be in the same situation as last year

  60. Greg Poole


    Offensive line on both teams. Es[pecially how the OTs match against the 1 unit OLBs.

  61. CLTDawg

    MMCSDAWG For me, it’s the linebackers. Heart and soul of what Kirby’s defense does, and what we have on campus right now is just about all we’ll have going into the year.

  62. CLTDawg

    MMCSDAWG’s comment below made me think of a question for everyone: What position/position group will you be watching closest in the G Day game?

  63. Greg Poole

    1mandawgpack  Yes, I reluctantly made that decision a couple of weeks ago and switched Sunday night.

  64. 1mandawgpack

    The new commenting section is much improved.  It appears that a decision was made to abandon burnzone and go back to livefyre (sorry if I missed this discussion earlier as I’ve been working a ton of hours and can only pop in here periodically).

  65. 1mandawgpack

    dsw61  It’s the “squish the bug” technique that is taught at an early age in most rec. leagues that results I most poor hitting mechanics later in life.  I tell my daughter all the time that there’s a huge difference between “twisting/turning” on the balls of her feet (i.e., squish the bug) and exploding through the ball with her hips and the knob of the bat leading that results in the weight shift necessary to generate power and torque (and an appropriate flight of the barrel over the strike zone).  If the swing mechanics are appropriate, there should rarely be a “check swing strike” as, while the hips are exploding through the ball, it’s easy to lay the bat on the back shoulder to avoid a check swing.

  66. Greg Poole

    CLTDawg Not really but I have met a few and tend to read what they say. To me, at UGA right now, Jake Rowe and Dash are probably the best two beat writer. No agenda and good nuts and bolts stuff.

  67. CLTDawg

    Greg Poole CLTDawg Out of curiousity, do you have a go to writer/reporter that you look to for news for each SEC school?

  68. Greg Poole

    CLTDawg Yeah, I hear that but I think most journalists who attended bigtime sports schools get that criticism – especially within their leagues.


    CLTDawg MMCSDAWG Definitely, Get the community involved!  I would look at doing something like that early in the spring.  It’s not like your doing any type of detailed game planning at that time or spring practices.  Our local Jaguars have always had open practices and invited the local Pop Warner associations out to their facilities for a practice session every year.  It is a Great experience for the kids and they get to do 15-20 minutes of drills and practice on the NFL teams practice fields.  I would like to see kirby do something like that with local youth football associations as well.

  70. CLTDawg

    Greg Poole CLTDawg I like Schlabach most of the time. Got to meet him through a few of my classes at UGA, and worked with him on a couple of my senior year projects in the PR program. You’re right, he does a good job of removing his personal feelings from his work, for better or for worse. (Although, there are some fans of other programs, specifically at a school a bit west of the Georgia Alabama border who might disagree with that and say that he’s got an axe to grind).

  71. Greg Poole

    Big-time college football and men’s basketball coaches whose teams meet a minimum threshold for academic success, as measured by the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s Academic Progress Rate, are far less likely to be fired at the end of a season, according to published by the National Bureau of Economic Research.

  72. haws1178

    I loved that article by the AJC I read it just to get a good grasp on how butt hurt they were

  73. CLTDawg

    MMCSDAWG Makes sense to me. He should do it with other interest groups too.

    One example, for instance, some teams (like Tennessee I believe) have an open practice for fans. Is it a productive practice? From a football standpoint, probably not. From a publicity, recruiting, and excitement standpoint, I’d say probably.

  74. haws1178

    They still make excellent fish wrap but if I want actually fan based opinions I jump on here and ask ? Or just read statements

  75. Greg Poole

    CLTDawg That is exactly right. The opposite side of that is well represented by Schlabach.

  76. CLTDawg

    AlphaDawg Greg Poole CLTDawg I’m a Grady grad, so I can see “not caring” as a good thing, serving one of Journalism’s key functions. However, many beat writers have stepped over the line of “not caring” into active vitriol. That’s a problem. These aren’t Muckrakers. They are opportunists.

  77. Greg Poole

    AlphaDawg – I get the professionalism thing but there is a difference in being objective and being disrespectful.

  78. AlphaDawg

    Greg Poole CLTDawg Seth openly admits he does not care about UGA. Which has it’s pros and cons

  79. Greg Poole

    CLTDawg  I’ll say this – there are 2 types of beat writers:

    1. Some are fans and are concerned with the team and it’s followers.

    2. The others are “professional journalists” who do not give a rat’s @zz about the team. These folks are solely interested in career advancement, are bitter cynics and a pain in the butt to be around.

  80. AlphaDawg

    Greg Poole AlphaDawg CLTDawg haws1178 Wow that bad huh? They’ve done a good job at putting lipstick on a pig, and it shows you how far good branding can go. I really only read their articles that come out in parallel with the paysite articles covering the same topic.

  81. Greg Poole

    CLTDawg For me also – I don’t want to get into it too much because I have to work with these guys every day, but several of them do not speak to me anyway.

  82. CLTDawg

    MMCSDAWG haws1178 I hate that Seth has fallen into it. He’s always been one of my favorite on the beat because he seemed to be above the “hot take, click bait” style of reporting, but I suppose the economics have changed, and these guys have to make a living.

  83. Greg Poole

    AlphaDawg CLTDawg haws1178   There never was a honeymoon phase with the print guys. They focus is controversy. If they can get something going their stories will get picked up by other papers around the country and, possibly, other national media. Big click number means reputation and dollars for them.

    If you sat in the media room and listened to them for just one day, you would never read another word.

  84. CLTDawg

    AlphaDawg CLTDawg haws1178 I get where Kirby is coming from, though. He remains very candid when you ask him questions about his football team, so ask questions about the team! Just yesterday, he was name dropping players again, saying that he’d like to see Sony or Natrez step up to be vocal leaders…something that we’d rarely hear under previous coaches. 

    Seems as though a savvy editor might tell his beat writers to take advantage of such candor, and to craft good stories around it, rather than forcing Kirby to go on the defensive about a change in the state laws that might make their job a bit harder.

  85. AlphaDawg

    CLTDawg haws1178 it seems there was a very short lived honeymoon phase with Kirby and the media. He was very transparent in giving answers, and then he really pissed some off with that open records bill. Oh well, guess the old AJC is here to stay.

  86. CLTDawg

    haws1178 Agree. I’m already sick of the whining about the Open Access to Info law. I have yet to see a single article highlighting any important, time-sensitive news that has ever come out of these kinds of requests that are sent in to the UGAAD. If it is such a big blow, why is there no evidence that this removal of quick access will have prevented big stories in the past? There isn’t. Bottom line is that news outlets will have to adapt. There are similar statutes in other states (including most notably Alabama, obviously), and the local media there still find a way to create palatable content regarding athletics.

  87. haws1178

    Well the feeling is mutual. Most of their articles are crap.I will admit I mistakenly click on one every now and then but I try to avoid them.


    haws1178 They are very good at it!  They have added some staff and tried to change with the Dawgnation stuff, but deep down inside they are still haters!!


    ed603 Very well stated ED!  The recent turn of events in our nation and the total disrespect of our men and woman in Law Enforcement is a SHAME!  People who choice to chastise and demean our public servants as a whole based on a very few rouge incidents of misconduct by LEO’s is unforgivable in my personal opinion.  The great men and woman that put their lives on the line every single day to protect and serve our communities have my respect and admiration in the face of a nation that is becoming less and less respectful of their contributions to our personal safety!  Prayers go out to your local officer’s family!!

  90. Bulldawg36

    Go Georgia Bulldawgs!!!!!!!!!!!! This is our team! And it’s our time to take over the east again!!! Beat Florida!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  91. ed603

    Good morning, BI…just a short comment on LEO day at practice. Not many of us in the public show enough respect for the job law enforcement has to do. It’s almost a thankless job, and at times, a very dangerous one. Anything a community can do to show respect for these officers is a worthy effort. It should not be done to possibly keep an athlete from being arrested, but should be done as a true show of thanks and respect. Our community here in La  lost a fine young deputy, who left a wife and 3 children. As his story came out, it was amazing how much of his off time he spent working with young kids, organizing fishing trips, playing ball, etc. He was repaid for his efforts when a young thug shot him in the face, killing him instantly. His deadly mistake was that he hesitated to pull his weapon, hoping to make the arrest without violence. Lets all be happy that UGA made this effort to say thanks, and hope it continues.


    AlphaDawg MMCSDAWG I’m sure he is approaching them from a totally respectful position.  Not sure what happened with our previous administration, but I like that Kirby is trying to change the dynamic from confrontational to more of a respectful one.  It might not work, but at least he is trying to change the dynamic and who knows if you keep planting those seeds, hopefully one day you will reap the harvest!

  93. haws1178

    What I would like to see happen is Kirby allowed to handle the minor run ins and them to handle the major ones.

  94. AlphaDawg

    MMCSDAWG AlphaDawg I think it depends how Kirby approaches it. He could be demanding which I doubt and try to strong arm them saying “at bama our police was on our side.” yada yada, or he could approach it like “I want to be in the know about what my players are doing.” more of a dad approach to show he cares about his players and wants to know if you see them out doing things they shouldn’t. Regardless of whatever was said, it hopefully will build somewhat of a relationship with the officers in ACC and make them see the players as friends and someone they know personally. That could be the difference between a “hey you need to slow down boy” and a “hmm you were speeding and your car has a Mariana smell coming from it. I need to search the car and you.”


    AlphaDawg MMCSDAWG Me too…  Not sure it will make a huge difference in the short term, but it is definitely different and I give Kirby credit for trying to change the dynamic that the previous staff had with the local LEO’s.


    So what are you guys thoughts on Kirby inviting in all the local law enforcement folks yesterday for LEO appreciation day at UGA practice?

  97. dsw61

    Read an article a couple of years ago about how Chris Davis, after being traded to the Baltimore Orioles, was trying to revamp his swing. He mentioned in the article that he would pull up video of him hitting, but had no idea what to look for. I’ve run into this issue with HS and college baseball coaches. They don’t know how to properly analyze swing mechanics because they don’t have an in depth understanding of how the human body works to generate maximum force to hit a baseball hard. As an example, watch the back foot of the UGA hitter in the first video. When the back foot basically just hangs back and spins, that is a tell tale sign that there was no weight shift. In the second clip you’ll see a 17 year old hitter I’ve taught. Watch how the forward rotation of the hips pulls the back foot off the ground and forward. Also note how the back foot does not lift off the ground until the front heel plants…stopping all forward linear movement. Meaning the back foot is not being pulled up off the ground due to foward linear movement. The unwinding of the hips is what pulls the back foot off the ground…which is how Ted Williams defined weight shift.


    Bulldawg36 What’s weird about that?  only weird thing is the jelly.  Peanut butter and bannana was a staple around my house growing up!


    Greg Poole That is great new and our thoughts and prayers are going out to his wife and him!

  100. haws1178

    I also was impressed with what I seen from him. I can’t wait to see how he perform on Gday.

  101. Bansai buckeroo

    I think Ramsey’s physical skills have never been in question….we are waiting for the other pieces that a good qb has to have to kick in……

  102. dsw61

    Watched the clips of the QBs from yesterday’s practice, and I still really like how Ramsey throws a football:)

  103. haws1178

    The feeling I got was Murray’s statements made it seem as if Chubb doesn’t require much more rehab. I’m still skeptical but then again I don’t see half of what y’all see

  104. Bulldawg36

    Morning fella, I’m eating weird this early. I’m having a peanut butter jelly bannana sandwich

  105. Greg Poole

    haws1178  I did not think he changed. He may be changing to avoid answers the question in the same way every time he speaks to the press. He always gets asked about Chubb.

  106. haws1178

    He seemed to have a lot of happy talk about Chubb. What is your take Greg? Did you see anything to change your stance on his progress

  107. Greg Poole

    Heard from Bob this morning – his wife is respond to the antibiotics and is doing better.