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How Much Do You Know About Georgia?

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Hello, friends. You look well today. I like your hat. That’s a nice scarf, too. Your nose looks different, is that..wait, is that a carrot? Oh you tricked me! That’s a SNOWMAN. Good one.

Friends, will these Cats pull it together in time to win a championship? Enough of this lackluster-first-half-tomfoolery, am I right? The Wildcats, as you well know, will host the Georgia Bulldogs on Saturday in Rupp — but what might surprise you is that the Bulldogs are actually playing much better basketball right now than the normally non-contender Georgia Bulldogs basketball teams of the past. They even beat Arkansas at Fayetteville, something our own boys couldn’t do. So that’s something. What else do we know about Georgia? Let’s find out today in a KSR Quiz we’ll call How Much Do You Know About Georgia where we’ll look at the state, the campus and the basketball program. Get your pencils out, remember to fill in the bubble completely, and when you’re finished just put your head down on your desk. Sound good? Let’s go.

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1. Check all that apply:
a.) I live in Georgia.
b.) I do not live in Georgia.
c.) I have driven through Georgia.
d.) I have an aunt named Georgia.
e.) I am a sassy male hairdresser with a recurring role on The Real Housewives of Atlanta.
f.) I am currently protecting fellow Georgians from zombies inside an abandoned prison.
g.) I had a particularly unsettling time while whitewater rafting in Georgia in 1972 with my friend Burt Reynolds.

2. Georgia’s chief exports include:
a.) Transportation equipment.
b.) Computer and electronic parts.
c.) Pecans
d.) “Truck Balls.”
e.) Exaggerated Confidence.
f.) All of the above.

3. The Governor of Georgia is (pick one):
a.)  Nathan_Deal,_official_110th_Congress_photo
b.) Yosemite+Sam+ysguns2
c.) Dixie Carter
d.) Unknown

4. The mascot of the University of Georgia is:
a.) A bulldog.
b.) A bloody deer head.
c.) The cartoon character Calvin urinating onto the logo of another university.
d.) A warm, half-consumed can of Keystone Light.
3.) The Fightin’ Rebecca Latimer Feltons.

5. The head coach of Georgia’s men’s basketball team is:
a.) Mark Fox.
b.) Michael J. Fox.
c.) Erwin Rommel, the “Desert Fox.”

6. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope is:
a.) A current player for the Georgia Bulldogs.
b.) An NBA basketball player who played for the Georgia Bulldogs last year.
c.) A character in Dr. Seuss’ 1964 book Too Many Hats!
d.) Rick Pitino’s safe word.

7. The Georgia Bulldogs play basketball in:
a.) Stegeman Coliseum.
b.) Weinstein Arena.
c.) The Chang Center.
d.) Jerry Reed Memorial Gymnasium.

8. Which is of the following is the actual and most accurate name of a current Georgia basketball player?
a.) Kenny
b.) Paul
c.) Geno
d.) Kenny Paul Geno.

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UGA’s mascot “Hairy Dawg,” is:
a.) One of Forbes Magazine’s “Top Ten Sports Mascots.”
b.) A self-appointed “Stadium Defender” during football games.
c.) An auxiliary mascot to “Uga,” a live bulldog.
d.) Peeking through your windows when your girlfriend gets undressed.
e.) All of the above.

10. Whenever Georgia wins a big game:
a.) Their fans rush the court.
b.) Athens’ Walgreens mysteriously run out of Robitussin DM.
c.) Ray Stevens plays a free concert at the UGA student center.
d.) It’s Truck Balls time.

11. The biggest threat to worry about with Georgia is:
a.) The recent emergence of forward Marcus Thornton as a leader.
b.) Mark Fox’s comfort with a previously-unstable starting lineup.
c.) An increased sense of morale and camaraderie within the Bulldog team.
d.) Hairy Dawg peeking at your naked, unwitting girlfriend.

Go Cats. See you next week, gang.

Article written by C.M. Tomlin

All I want is a HI-C and a turkey sandwich. @CM_Tomlin

17 Comments for How Much Do You Know About Georgia?



  1. Musehobo
    1:11 pm January 24, 2014 Permalink

    “Jerry Reed Memorial Gymnasium” HAHAHAHAHAHAHA



  2. WildCat
    1:14 pm January 24, 2014 Permalink

    6. – d.

    Priceless! Hahaha



  3. Dustin Rumbaugh
    1:17 pm January 24, 2014 Permalink

    I’ve been trying to clear out this runny nose all day. Thanks for the Caldwell Pope, Rick Pitino’s Save Word!!!



  4. UKNY Fan
    1:17 pm January 24, 2014 Permalink

    This is the second time someone has said that georgia beat arkansas at arkansas which is not true. Georgie won on their home floor against the hogs in overtime!



  5. Nathan
    1:25 pm January 24, 2014 Permalink

    This post definitely needed a honey boo boo reference! That show is the trashiest thing to ever come out of the south but specifically McIntyre Georgia!



  6. Redneck
    1:33 pm January 24, 2014 Permalink

    If you mention Ray Stevens and Jerry Reed but forget to include Foxworthy….you might be a redneck !



  7. inside info
    1:46 pm January 24, 2014 Permalink

    Back to top form. Excellent post.



  8. Miggity Mike
    1:51 pm January 24, 2014 Permalink

    Hilarious! Excellent as always Tomlin.



  9. Casper
    2:44 pm January 24, 2014 Permalink

    Nice post!
    What do the Vegas boys think about the point spread?



  10. RealCatsFan
    3:00 pm January 24, 2014 Permalink

    Here C.M., I fixed this one up for ya:

    5. The head coach of Georgia’s men’s basketball team is:
    a.) Mark Fox.
    b.) Michael J. Fox.
    c.) Erwin Rommel, the “Desert Fox.”
    d.) George Costanza



    • Jing-a-ling
      6:42 pm January 24, 2014 Permalink

      Boo-urns



  11. Mudcreekmark
    3:15 pm January 24, 2014 Permalink

    If that is a picture of a fire ant, then you nailed it. If you have ever lived in Georgia or know someone who does or has, knows that fire ants are the devil.



  12. CATFANINKY
    3:19 pm January 24, 2014 Permalink

    Hey….Every opponent review (How well do you know ????? posts) always included a pic of the opposing teams cheerleaders or other hotties from that school. What the Heck has happened?



  13. CJ
    4:59 pm January 24, 2014 Permalink

    Tomlin Rulez



  14. Dragonkff
    6:15 pm January 24, 2014 Permalink

    Your walking dead reference to Rick in #1 is off because Rick and his family is from ky he only traveled to Georgia because they thought Atlanta would be safe. So it is a wildcat fan protecting dog fans



    • Jing-a-ling
      6:43 pm January 24, 2014 Permalink

      Boo-urns



  15. Bill Bates
    12:05 am January 25, 2014 Permalink

    Herschel, ‘nough’ said!