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Thursday, November 13, 2008

Thursday Links (11/13)

-- I have a story on the latest round of injury moves on the offensive line in today's Telegraph.

-- The Banner-Herald has a story about the lack of production from Georgia's defensive ends.

-- The Ledger-Enquirer says this week's game will have an effect on both teams' recruiting.

-- The Mobile Press-Register has a story about the relationship between Mark Richt and Tommy Tuberville.

-- Speaking of the coach, Dixie UGA Dawg wants to see more of Evil Richt.

-- UGA's official site gets some keys to the game from Kelin Johnson.

-- Don't forget the men's hoops team begins its defense of its SEC title tomorrow against USC-Upstate.

-- Some interesting podcasts from 960 the Ref: Former Georgia kicker Kevin Butler, the hero of the 2002 Georgia-Auburn game Michael Johnson, and Auburn play-by-play man Rod Bramlett.

-- Auburn's Tray Blackmon is done for the year with an injury, but it sounds like he might be done fo-evah. According to Tommy Tuberville, though, Blackmon has only been missing class due to a part-time job because, like Latrell Sprewell, he's got kids to feed.

-- Speaking of play-by-play men, Larry Munson's voice can still be heard in a new public service announcement.

-- ESPN is making a hefty bid to begin broadcasting the BCS bowls in 2010. The good news? It has to be a million times better than FOX. The bad news? It guarantees the BCS set-up won't be changing any time soon.

-- The AJC's Michael Carvell has an interesting piece on the son of former UGA running back Lars Tate, who is a star for Cartersville High.

-- I'm not saying there's any good reason for you to read this story, but something tells me at some point at some future cocktail party, you're going to be involved in a conversation with someone and be very glad you know this much about bagels.

-- They say there is a thin line between comedy and tragedy. I can't imagine there is a better example of it than THIS.

-- Oh, and happy Auburn week. I should have linked to THIS earlier.

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