Harris English is playing an extremely dangerous game with his beloved Georgia Bulldogs | This is the loop

Each year, the PGA Tour’s RSM Classic also serves as the reunion of the University of Georgia men’s golf team. Many former Damn Good Dawgs have made Sea Island their home, and those who haven’t shown up yet anyway just for the hits/vibes. Everywhere you look is Dawgs, Dawgs and more Dawgs.

This week there’s even an all-Dawg squad consisting of Brian Harman, Kevin Kisner and Harris English, all of whom are hoping to play late into the weekend, even if it means missing the first half of the UGA-Kentucky game at 3 years. :30 p.m. on Saturday afternoon.

“Obviously I love coming here. I live right across the street. It’s nice to be back,” English said Wednesday. “Lots of friends and family in town and very comfortable around this place so looking forward to the week. And paired with two Bulldogs in Kiz and Harm so we’re going to have a lot of fun there. “

We imagine part of that fun will be discussing their beloved Bulldogs, who are once again the highest ranked team in the country, currently sitting 10-0 and having already locked a place in the game for the SEC title against LSU. Before that, however, they still have to face the Wildcats in Lexington and the hated Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets at home in Athens, two games in English not quite concerned.

“It’s fun to be a Bulldog fan,” English said. “Playing on the road is always tough. Kentucky is going to give us our best shot. I don’t think [Georgia] Technology will be a big deal, but LSU is playing great.”

Pair this year’s dream season with last year’s national title winning season and it’s impossible not to be super confident as a Dawgs fan. However, this move the English admit to pulling is the type of overconfident move that usually rears its ugly karmic head at the worst possible moment.

“I’ve already booked a hotel room in Los Angeles for the national championship,” he said. “I don’t know if it’s too soon, but I think we can get through this if we lose, but I’d like to see them play in Los Angeles and hopefully win a national championship.”

Believe me, English isn’t the only Dawgs fan who has a head start on planning natty games, but that doesn’t make it any less of a dangerous game to play. Never touch the money.

That said, it’s very hard to imagine a scenario where the Dawgs wouldn’t reach at least one more national championship game. Even if they lose one of the next three games, they will still be in the college football playoffs, which would put them one win away from heading to Los Angeles. For now, English’s January 9 plans are safe, but stranger things have happened.