Monday, September 6, 2010

Best Time of the Year

Football has started with a bang. The Georgia Bulldogs demolished the UL-Lafyette Ragin' Cajuns 55-7 in a beating that the whole Southeastern Conference knew was coming. What was unkown about the 2010 version of the Georgia Bulldogs was whether they would be able to play defense without the likes of Renne Curran and Shawn Jones. The introduction of the 3-4 defense was also a question that was on everyones mind. Guess what, the questions were answered in a warm up scrimmage for the first real test against the 'Ol Ball Coach (Steve Spurrier) and a South Carolina team that put on an impressive show against Southern Mississippi. I see this as being a fight to the finish and a field goal or less will be the final result in this one.

There was no big BBQ this weekend to celebrate the arrival of the college football season but we will be cooking something next weekend. However, we haven't decided what to have. In honor of the UGA vs. South Carolina game I am thinking BBQ Chicken with some sides. I am hoping for macaroni and cheese that is homemade by Erin.

Sunday the Denver Broncos travel to Jacksonville to take on the Jaguars. Kyle Orton is the Broncos QB and Knowshon Moreno should be in the backfield. Of course Josh McDaniels in being coy about the facts when it comes to whether he will play or not. Tim Tebow will be warming the bench for just a few weeks until the Broncos are out of playoff contention or Kyle Ortonis injured in some way shape or form. That should not take long considering the fact that the Broncos are starting two rookie offensive linemen. I know McDaniels wanted to clean house when he came in but this is a little extreme. For all of you Peyton Hillis fans who think he should not have been traded you may have been right. According to the Cleveland Brown website he was the Browns leading receiver and rusher through the preseason.

Other than that we as a family we are enjoying football and waiting to see Virginia Tech bring Boise State down to earth in the world of the BCS. I know that America loves an underdog but could you guys please get a grip. Virginia Tech wins by 21.

God Bless all of you and have a wonderful week.

Flanders Out.

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