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Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Tuesday Links (9/30)

Georgia returns to the practice field today. I'll have a post-practice report later today with an update on some of the Dawgs' key injuries. In the meantime, here are today's links...

-- ESPN's Mark Schabaugh says upset weekend wasn't the end of the line for many of college football's big lossers, including Georgia.

-- The AJC's Tony Barnhart, however, says the road back won't be easy for the Bulldogs.

-- Scout chats with Alabama commitment Anthony Orr about the Tide's win over Georgia.

-- Vote for the Redcoat Band in's Battle of the Bands contest.

-- The Athens Banner-Herald has a story about UGA ecology students who helped clean up after the UGA-Bama game.

-- Rivals has a story on UGA tight end recruit Arthur Fontaine.

-- A UGA baseball player was arrested over the weekend.

-- Deadspin wants to know what happens to the confiscated "GameDay" signs. Since I was a firsthand witness to this over the weekend, I can tell you: ESPN has an enforcer -- an extremely tall, silver-haired guy with a mustache -- and he doesn't have a sense of humor. I will also say, while some of the signs taken were definitely over the top (something about Tim Tebow and Sarah Palin), there were plenty of others that seemed fine (a cutout of shirtless Lee Corso).

-- I know I shouldn't encourage this type of behavior, but you have to admit, Danny Ware knows how to take a mug shot.

-- Call it a coincidence, but after Ware and former UGA tight end Martrez Milner were both in attendance for the Alabama game, Milner suddenly has a new deal with Ware's New York Giants.

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