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Thursday, October 9, 2008

Thursday Links (10/9)

For your reading pleasure...

-- I have a piece on the development of Richard Samuel in today's paper. I expect we'll see a little more of him this week, and Tony Ball said Samuel's lack of offensive involvement the past two games was not a benching, but rather just a product of the numbers game at RB.

-- ESPN's Chris Low writes that Georgia has a healthy amount of added motivation this week against Tennessee. He picks the Bulldogs to win easily.

-- Georgia landed a big defensive tackle for its next recruiting class, writes Dean Legge.

-- The Gainesville Times has more on the dismissal of Walter Hill.

-- The Chattanooga Times Free Press writes about Darryl Gamble's opportunity this week at MLB.

-- Thank goodness Mike Blackberry of the Tennessean speaks Pterodactyl so he could nail down an interview with Arian Foster, who espoused some opinions on the Vols' problems.

-- The Times Free Press has a Q&A with Tennessee QB Nick Stephens -- which will probably be good since I know nothing about him.

-- The Banner-Herald's David Ching blogs about what Georgia's WR corps could look like next year without Hill and the injured Tony Wilson. The Albany Herald's Paul Dehner does a nice job of looking at who might be available to fill the void for the Bulldogs.

-- Tony Franklin was told to "get lost" Wednesday, but apparently the spread offense is sticking around at Auburn.

-- The AJC's Chip Towers has more thoughts on Franklin's firing in his blog.

-- And then there's this from Deadspin -- let's just hope Knowshon's mohawk from the Alabama game doesn't catch on here (I'm not sure if this link warrants a warning for racy content or not, but let's give it a maybe).

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