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Thursday, November 6, 2008

Thursday Links (11/6)

-- So, the national championship isn't going to happen. The SEC East isn't likely either. But I put together a list of team and individual goals that still could happen for this year's Bulldogs.

-- Regardless of how upset you might be about the two losses this season, one thing Dawgs fans should be proud of is the play of senior Mohamed Massaquoi, who has easily been the hardest working guy on offense for Georgia, as the Chattanooga Times Free Press writes.

-- David Paschall also writes about Matthew Stafford's inability to lead Georgia to an SEC title.

-- The AJC's Chip Towers has a great blog today in which he poses questions from readers to Georgia players.

-- Get the Picture gives some thoughts on this week's game against Kentucky, saying he hopes for a blowout. Talking to Jeremy Lomax this week, I wouldn't tell Blutarski to hold his breath. "They're going to be hungry," Lomax said. "I'm going to tell you now, it's not going to be a blowout."

-- The Lexington Herald-Leader writes that UK will concentrate on stopping Knowshon. I've heard the exact same thing from Stafford and A.J. Green -- so don't be surprised to see the deep ball early and often this week. (NOTE: If you go to the H-L's main sports page, there are four basketball stories before the first football story. Which reminds me...)

-- Haven't started talking too much hoops yet, but Anthony Dasher writes about one of the biggest questions facing UGA this season: How healthy is Trey Thompkins?

-- Jim Donnan chats with the Banner-Herald about the BCS bowls.

-- The Dawg-gone Blog provides Barack Obama's plan for fixing the UGA defense.

-- A Chestatee linebacker hasn't wavered in his decision to come to Gerogia, says the AJC's Michael Carvell.

-- The New York Times has a story on the coach from MTV's "Two-a-Days" who's now working at Colquitt County.

-- Did you know November is mustache month?

1 comment:

Ludakit said...


Thanks for the link, man! I love the coverage and the insight.

I'm updating the site soon, so please forgive me for not putting you in the blogroll yet, but as soon as I get to tinkering with it, you're definitely going to go in there. I've been meaning to do it for a while, but that whole "job" thing tends to get in the way most of the time.

Thanks again and keep up the good work!