Thursday, April 29, 2010

Ga. Tech in the S.E.C.: Not No , But He- - No!

An AJC article posed the question, "How would Georgia Tech fit in the Southeastern Conference?". I'll tell you how: about like a New Orleans prostitute in a rural, southern Baptist church. As far as I'm concerned, "Yellow Tech" has already had their 'say and stay' in the S.E.C. Their beloved Bobby Dodd chose to leave the conference in 1963 after a feud with Alabama's Bear Bryant. Tech decided to vacate its seat, and that position should never be made available to them again. No way, no how. Not now, not ever. In 1991, the conference expanded from ten to twelve teams by adding Arkansas and South Carolina. Tech didn't get in then, so they shouldn't get in if the S.E.C. ever decides to expand again. No way, no how. Not now, not ever. Don't even think about it. They have no one to blame but themselves. And Bobby Dodd.

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