I have officially turned the page on the 2009 season.
I know that many of you are most likely way ahead of me in that regard. After all, spring football has begun in Athens, and the G Day spring game is less than a month away.
But still, it’s been hard for me to let go of the disappointment that was last season.
So as I begin to prepare for the 2010 season, I have decided to turn to another enjoyment that has always been a big part of my life…music.
I listen to music more than I probably should.
I love many different kinds and normally visit iTunes each week to see what is new. My family will tell you that I am a “music-aholic," if there is such a thing.
So how can music help me turn the page on 2009 and begin to focus on 2010?
I have created a soundtrack for the new 2010 season. One that will keep the Dawgs focused and poised for a great season.
Coach Richt is good at coming up with themes. Some work, some don’t. The “blackout” against Auburn a few years back worked great. The “blackout” against Alabama did not.
“Finish the Drill” was a classic. It worked in 2002 and 2005, but not so well in 2009.
So I have decided to help out Coach Richt. I am sure that this soundtrack will be played each week by every player, coach, and fan. It will be on every iPod, in every CD player, and spinning on every turntable (available in vinyl for a limited time only.)
This soundtrack will include music for each week, and each game—every challenge addressed through song.
Some challenges will be bigger than others. But each week these songs will help motivate and prepare the Dawgs.
So without further ado, here is my “Georgia Bulldog 2010 Soundtrack.”
I am sure it will be available online, and at your local record store within days. If not, just copy down the songs and burn yourself a copy.
You can even find some of these great songs in an IMix I created on Itunes: