Discussion in 'Football' started by The Jacket, Nov 22, 2009.
Jacket, this may be the greatest (non-Dede) thread ever created on ST - it should be stickied.
"Why are you white?"
"ITS THE BASE COATTTTT, IT MAKES THE COLOR POP!"
Thread requires bumping. We need to remember that this week is about hating georgie and not whining about our team and its prospects on Saturday.
TO HELL WITH georgia!
Wow, I can't believe this hasn't been pulled from YT yet.
(Psst, don't spread it around too much.)
Bump. Get your hate on. Everybody get your mother****ing hate on.
bump bump bump
bumpity chest bump
By the way, does anyone know how to get in touch with the Fulmer Cup folks? On their all-time scoreboard, UGA has one too few points.
Need to make sure that our daily dose of hate for this week is kicking around at the top of page 1. Happy Thanksgiving to all, and TO HELL WITH georgia.
Uh, I don't know what's going on, but I DID NOT POST THE PREVIOUS POST. I like it, but I didn't post it.
You sure you didn't post it, say, last year?
(*This list is accurate as of 11/19/2010. Any new appearances on the police blotter since then may not appear here)
Feb. 25, 2007 — Linebacker Akeem Hebron arrested and charged with underage possession of alcohol. Suspended two games.
Apr. 26, 2007 — Linebacker Akeem Hebron arrested a second time and charged with underage possession of alcohol. Removed from team, but returned after a year at GMC.
Nov. 26, 2007 — Snapper Jeff Henson arrested and charged with DUI. Suspended for Sugar Bowl.
March 23, 2007 — Tanner Strickland arrested and charged with possession of fake ID. He was not suspended.
June 10, 2007 — Blake Barnes and Tripp Chandler arrested and charged with open container. Barnes was also charged with furnishing alcohol to a minor and Chandler with underage consumption. Both served a one-game suspension, and Barnes later transferred.
May 25, 2007 — Walk-on defensive tackle Tripp Taylor was arrested on assault charges.
July 18, 2007 — Tailback Caleb King arrested and charged with operating a scooter without a license.
July 30, 2007 — Tight end NeDerris Ward arrested and charged with operating a scooter without a license.
Jan. 20, 2008 — Defensive back Donavon Baldwin arrested and charged with driving under the influence. He was suspended to be suspended for the start of the 2008 season.
Jan. 20, 2008 — Fullback Fred Munzenmaier arrested and charged with underage possession of alcohol. He was suspended for the first two games of the 2008 season.
May 14, 2008 — Left tackle Clint Boling was arrested and charged with DUI. He was suspended for two games, but the charges against Boling were later reduced, as was the suspension — to one game.
June 3, 2008 — Defensive end Jeremy Lomax arrested and charged with speeding and carrying a concealed weapon. He was cleared of all charges and was not suspended.
June 28, 2008 — Linemen Trinton Sturdivant and Justin Anderson arrested and charged with simple assault for touching a pregnant woman’s stomach. All charges were eventually dropped against both players.
June 28, 2008 — Defensive end Michael Lemon was charged with felony battery after a fight at an off-campus party. He was dismissed from the program by Mark Richt — later being arrested again in Athens — but played a year at GMC and is now a member of the NC State football team.
Aug. 2 2008 — Defensive back Donavon Baldwin and linebacker Marcus Dowtin are both involved in a fight at a downtown Athens bar. Dowtin served an internal punishment and was not suspended. For Baldwin, it was his second off-field incident in less than a year. He was suspended indefinitely, eventually deciding to leave the team in what Richt dubbed a mutual decision. No charges were formally filed against either player.
Aug. 2, 2008 — Snapper Jeff Henson is charged with public indecency after he was found urinating in public in downtown Athens. This was his second charge in less than a year as well, and he was dismissed from the program by Richt.
Aug. 5, 2008 — Linebacker Darius Dewberry is suspended for the first two games of the season after Richt announces he was involved in damaging property at Saint Mary’s Hospital when he went to visit teammates Baldwin and Dowtin there the previous weekend.
Aug. 20, 2008 — Tight end Bruce Figgins is benched for the entirety of Georgia’s opening game for what Richt called a violation of team rules. He played the following week.
Oct. 19, 2008 — Defensive tackle Brandon Wood is charged with driving under the influence and receives a two-game suspension from Richt.
Oct. 19, 2008 — Lineman Vince Vance is arrested and charged with driving without a license. No suspension is levied, as Vance was already out for the season with a knee injury.
March 17, 2009 — Mark Richt revokes the scholarship of recruit Dexter Moody after the player threatened at teacher at his high school.
May 8, 2009 — Defensive end Justin Houston is suspended for two games for a violation of team rules, while tight end Bruce Figgins lands a six-game suspension, also for violating team rules. Wide receiver Tony Wilson was rumored to be involved in an incident as well, but he was instead given a medical disqualification and did not return to the program. He recently joined the football program at Bethune-Cookman and said the incident at Georgia involved him getting into a physical altercation with a member of the coaching staff.
Oct. 13, 2009 — Cornerback Vance Cuff is arrested and charged with operating a scooter with a suspended license and the now infamous charge of “emerging from an alley.” He was suspended for one game by Richt, but did not play for the next several weeks.
Oct. 25, 2009 — An arrest warrant was issued for linebacker Rennie Curran, who was charged with failing to pay parking fines and theft by taking after he moved his scooter, which had been booted by traffic police. Curran cleared up the incident, paid a fine and was not suspended.
Oct. 28, 2009 — Offensive lineman Vince Vance is arrested for the second time in the past year for driving without a license. Richt says Vance had a learner’s permit, but not a proper driver’s license.
Nov. 19, 2009 — Lineman Jonathan Owens is arrested and charged with driving a motorcycle without a license.
Dec. 4, 2009 — Defensive end Montez Robinson is arrested and charged with misdemeanor simple battery and felony criminal damage stemming from two separate incidents — one involving pushing his girlfriend and one involving smashing a parking light on her car. He was suspended for two games.
March 7, 2010 — Quarterback Zach Mettenberger is arrested outside a bar in Valdosta and charged with five misdemeanors, including underage consumption and possession of false identification.
March 31, 2010 — A police report is filed by several UGA students claiming they were harassed and assaulted in a taxi cab by four Georgia football players. It was later revealed that only one player was involved — running back Dontavius Jackson — and he attempted to play peacemaker in the situation.
April 4, 2010 — Montez Robinson is arrested for the third time in the past four months, again for misdemeanor simple battery of the same woman. He is immediately dismissed from the program.
April 18, 2010 — Mettenberger is dismissed from the team for an undisclosed violation of team rules. UGA confirms the dismissal is not related to a new arrest.
April 21, 2010 — Walk-on punter Trent Dittmer was charged with public intoxication. He was dismissed from the team.
April 27, 2010 — Walk-on offensive lineman Josh Parrish was charged with making a fake ID and underage possession of alcohol.
June 15, 2010 — Freshman safety Alec Ogletree was charged with theft by taking when a member of the Georgia track and field team reported a $35 motorcycle helmet as stolen from outside the Rankin Smith Center. Ogletree was suspended one game.
July 5, 2010 — Redshirt freshman cornerback Jordan Love was charged with obstruction after failing to provide his middle name to police, who had responded to a complaint about three individuals shooting off fireworks outside a campus dorm.
July 10, 2010 — Dontavious Jackson was charged with DUI under 21, underage possession, violation of the “move over law,” a learner’s permit infraction, leaving the scene of an accident and following too close. Facing a six-game suspension, Jackson elected to transfer.
July 10, 2010 — Wide receiver Tavarres King, who was with Jackson, was charged with underage possession. He was suspended for Georgia’s opener.
Aug. 30, 2010 — Sophomore tailback Washaun Ealey was picked up on charges of leaving the scene after hitting a car and having a suspended license. He was then held at Athens-Clarke County jail after a bench warrant was discovered for failure to appear on a previous traffic charge. Ealey was suspended one game.
Sept. 26, 2010 — Freshman linebacker Demetre Baker was charged early on the morning with DUI, underage possession of alcohol and improper driving. Baker, who had yet to play, was dismissed from the team.
Oct. 11, 2010 — Junior tailback Caleb King was held in jail after a bench warrant for failure to appear on a speeding charge in Walton County was discovered.
Wow, that list is impressive when you see it all in one place. You know what would be fun? Teaming up with UF fans to buy a full page ad in the AJC at some point to show off georgie's lovely arrest records.