Des Williams and roomate Wesley Kersey, along with frequent visitor Danny Ware spend Sunday mornings after games hanging out with friends at their cottage at The Summit, which is (conveniently) right in front of the complex's pool. Their cottage's complex is located on the East side of Athens. The guys said that Sundays, which is what day it was, was their recovery day, both from post-game celebrations and from the game itself. 'We usually just hang out at the pool, but when we start cookin we hang out on the porch with the outside bar"
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Des keeps everything near his bed...including his Georgia football programs and magazines, wireless keyboard and wireless mouse for his computer...which is located on the other side of the room.
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Des said he made his room to match a single piece of cloth...his bed spread. "I found the bed spread, it seemed ritzy, so I accented (the room) a little bit."
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Des is showing off that he doesn't even have to move from his bed to type or surf the web on his high-tech computer...which also doubles as a TV and media center. "Yeah, we're some spoiled kids," he laughs.
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Another view of Des' high-tech computer ... which doubles as a TV and media center.
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Des' ring from last years SEC championship, along with his Nokia Sugar Bowl and Outback Bowl watches ... all gifts from the Bulldogs championship games and Bowl appearances. "I only wear them when I get dressed up to go on a date or something like that."
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A close-up of Des' ring, a reward for winning last year's SEC championship
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Next to Des' computer is a hideaway that is supposed to be used to store gym equipment and other such things, but Des uses it to store one of his collections ... boats.
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When King Des sits on his throne, he always has some television to watch.
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The best view from the apartment, the guys said, was from the front porch. Conversations are often interupted by the view of the pool, which is almost directly in their front yard. "The best thing about living here is location, it is right next to the pool and clubhouse. It's like little house ... we can be as loud as we want or watch movies really loudly. It's a fun neighborhood, there are a lot of fun people that live in neighborhood."
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After some Saturday night post-game activities, Des, Wes, and frequent visitor Danny Ware and friends lounge around watching the big screen. "It's fun to sit back and watch movies, or just chill after practice." The most watched show in the cottage is Nip/Tuck. "We spend the most time in the living room, especially on Tuesday nights for Nip/Tuck. I used to be like (the character)Christian, but now I'm more like Sean (another character)."
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A view of the backyard of Des' crib.
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While these pictures may seem out of place in the living room, they actually match the pillows on the sofa and the similarly colored flowered centerpiece on their dining room table. "We like to keep everything nice around here."
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And, of course, a little reading material is necessary in the living room as well.
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It's not a UGA football players house without the Georgia paraphanalia -- which sits on a table in the living room.
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On the walls of the living room hang several pictures, some of which have sentimental value to the guys. This is Des' cousin and little sister he hangs where everyone who enters the living room can see it.
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The living room is where everyone gathers to hang out, or in this case, watch the Nip/Tuck DVD, which the guys say they are addicted to. "We always have people over, mostly to do stuff after games. We always cook dinners throughout the week."
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More pictures of Danny and Des on the field. Can you tell which team they play for?
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