Think Before you Tweet, Bulldog Nation

Mike In ValdostaCorrespondent INovember 6, 2009
The Georgia Bulldogs’ football team loses a game. Some in the Bulldog Nation lose their mind.

If you want to fire Mark Richt, I say you are crazy, but that type of criticism comes with the multi-million dollar contract. It is the nature of the beast.

If you, however, feel that losing a game entitles you to publicly ridicule our players via Twitter, mentioning their twitter account to ensure they see it, well you are a twisted individual and should find a new team to support. We don’t need you, and Jeff Owens, Mike Moore, Rashad Jones, and all of the players with the guts to tweet about their experience as Georgia Bulldogs sure as hell don’t need you.

To those of you that feel it is your place to make yourself feel a little better by tearing down a college student on Twitter please ask yourself a few questions.

What have you ever done in your life to garner so much public attention?

How many people really care about your performance?

In the grand scheme of things, do you really matter?

Would you have done any better?

If you are honest, the answers are: nada, nada, nope, nope.