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Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Wednesday Links (11/26)

Didn't get any links up yesterday due to a rather hectic schedule, so a few more than usual today...

-- I have a story in today's Telegraph on the importance of Georgia's defenders sticking to their assignments -- something they haven't necessarily done a great job of this season.

-- The brilliant Mr. Coley Harvey looks at the same issue from Georgia Tech's side of things .

-- The Bulldogs' hoops team finally looks like its offense is clicking. Man, if Trey Thompkins is this good without having practiced, what's his potential look like? (BTW, Syracuse!)

-- The Dallas Morning News would love to see a Texas Tech-Georgia matchup in the Cotton Bowl. I'll be honest, that might get kinda ugly for Georgia's D. Of course, what's more fun in a bowl game than watching a 51-48 game?

-- Chip Towers writes about the friendship between Mike Bobo and Georgia Tech's Brian Bohannon.

-- More rivaly relationships: The AJC's Larry Hartstein has a story on Tech's kicker, Scott Blair, whose sister was a member of UGA's equestrian team.

-- Falcons broadcaster Wes Durham talks about Tech's offense and Jonathan Dwyer in this podcast with 960 the Ref.

-- Total UGA talks about Tripp Chandler's battle to stay on the field this season.

-- Check out Kelin Johnson's keys to the game this week. We'll have more with Kelin here later this week.

-- ESPN's Chris Low is predicting a shootout at Sanford Stadium on Saturday, with the Dawgs prevailing by four.

-- Vince Dooley will be honored in an early morning dedication ceremony before the Tech game. Georgia's seniors will be honored prior to kickoff. And now Larry Munson will be honored during halftime on Saturday.

-- Speaking of Coach Dooley, he passes along some tips on stopping the option. Meanwhile, Thomas Stinson writes about the key matchup between UGA's O-line and Tech's D-line.

-- Georgia Sports Blog has more on the Syracuse-inspired catastrophe happening in South Bend.

-- I think Bruce Pearl is pretty universally likable -- what with the orange blazers and all -- but apparently there's one person with an axe to grind against the Vols' coach.

-- And finally, Reason No. 1,847 why I hate Andy Reid.

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