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Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Wednesday Links (10/1)

Hope that exciting Florida Atlantic-Middle Tennessee game last night helped everyone get through the bye week a little easier. Here are a few links to help kill some more time until Georgia is back on the field. Just as a side note: I have to go out of town for a while today to work on a story, so this may be the only post for today.

-- I have a story about Kiante Tripp's move to tight end. I think there's a lot of upside to this move, but I agree with Georgia Sports Blog's final assessment.

-- Bleacher Report takes a look back at the start of SEC season and wagers a few guesses as to what is still to come.

-- WTOC in Savannah has some highlights of Mark Richt's visit to the local Quarterback Club.

-- The Athens Banner-Herald writes that Saturday's loss was only the second-worst thing to happen to a handful of Georgia students.

-- Thankfully, someone is finally making sure God has Tim Tebow's back.

-- Georgia told a top tight end recruit he is still wanted, according to the AJC.

-- The blackout earned Georgia its largest local television rating in two years.

-- The Red & Black has an update on the Knowshon injury.

-- Georgia Sports Blog has a roundup of predictions for Georgia's bowl destination. I'll join them in hoping we're not making a trip to Orlando.

-- In case you're looking to revisit some of the better times at Sanford Stadium in the wake of Saturday's loss, there's a new book about Georgia football coming out.

-- Georgia Sports Blog has an update on the college football hot seats, and it includes two of my favorites. In fact, my boss -- a Clemson grad -- requests signatures HERE.

-- Matthew Stafford tells Chip Towers the Georgia offense will be fine.

-- I can't decide which of these stories was the most obvious: This one, this one, this one, this one, this one or this one.

-- In honor of the Bengals signing another high-character guy, I figured this was a good time to take a look back at some great mug shots -- starting with Mr. Benson. And of course, you had to love Danny Ware's from last weekend. Michael Jackson is clearly a hall of famer. Vanilla Ice just looks happy anyone is still taking his picture. Even in jail, Hugh Grant has pretend he's delightfully sheepish and confused. Does Nick Nolte know how to party or what? Of course, James Brown gives him a run for his money. I don't care what the charge was, Andy Dick is guilty. I'll give Glen Campbell credit, at least he looks justifiably unhappy about being arrested. There's a handful of non-celebrities HERE, HERE and HERE. And my all-time favorite.

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