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Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Wednesday Links (9/3)

A handful of links for your Wednesday afternoon...

Access North Georgia details the Dawgs' brutal Tuesday practice. It's been sort of an inside joke among reporters this season how often Mark Richt discusses the weather, but the heat clearly affected the team late in the game last Saturday and weather could be a major factor again against Central Michigan.

The Ledger-Enquirer's Larry Gierer has the story of former SEC cheerleaders.

The Albany Herald has a story on Kris Durham, who has been dubbed "White Lightning" by his teammates.

USA Today has a story about college football's new clock rule. The rule played a big part in Georgia's game last Saturday. Southern regularly walked up to the line and waited... and waited... and waited. Richt talked extensively Tuesday about how much that wears out a D-line, comparing it to a sprinter waiting in the blocks for an extra 30 seconds before each play.

The Athens Banner-Herald's Mark Weiszer blogs about Joe Cox's patience and productivity.

The Chattanooga Times Free Press says Georgia's 11 penalties against Ga Southern are correctable.

The AJC says a D-lineman from Warner Robins will make a visit to Athens.

Tony Barnhart blogs that Tennessee could start 2-4. If that happens, you have to wonder if Phil Fulmer will be around for Game 7.

And finally, the reviews of last night's premier of the new 90210 were not good. Frankly, I'm shocked.


Hunkering Hank said...

Is there any other color of lightning?

Anonymous said...

Nice story on Durham. Thanks for the link.

Hilarious quote at the end from Tavarres King:

“He wouldn’t have heard the end of it,” freshman receiver Tavarres King said. “Ever. I would have called him up in 30 years and told him about it.”