The wheels on the bus go round and round, round and round, round and round. The wheels on the bus go round and round , all through the town. Yea, the bus keeps rolling and players who can't get their act together keep getting off the bus. Jonathan Taylor is just the latest casualty in a seemingly growing list of Georgia players who continue to get themselves in multiple offenses that go against player behavior standards. Taylor is now free to take his football talents and behavior imperfections to any school in the country he so desires. Even to a rival school in the Southeastern Conference. I wish those guys were never given that option. But Mark Richt puts absolutely no stipulations on where a dismissed player can and cannot transfer to. "You're free to go", means you're free to go. Anywhere. To me, players like Jonathan Taylor are just the same as verbally committed high school recruits who "flip" their commitment to another school. Taylor has just de-committed from Georgia. He is no longer a Dawg. He's another casualty, another deflection, another former player who very well might line up against Georgia one Saturday in the future. But Taylor will never again be a Dawg. Maybe just a low down dog, but not a Dawg, and certainly not a "Damn Good Dawg"!