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Friday, December 19, 2008

Friday Links (12/19)

No practice today for Georgia, but we will meet with Mark Richt in the morning and players in the early afternoon, so I hope to have as much up-to-the-minute info as I can for you then. In the meantime, a quick batch of links for the day...

-- ESPN's latest draft projection has Matthew Stafford going No. 1 to the Lions. Stafford says he knows nothing about Detroit, but he did acknowledge that playing with Calvin Johnson might make life with the Lions tolerable.

-- 960 the Ref talks to one of my favorite interviews -- Matt Stinchcomb.

-- Scout's new hire, Chad Simmons, has the scoop on a UGA offer to a JuCo wide receiver.

-- The AJC says a local defensive end turned down a visit to Georgia and will instead play his college ball at Georgia Tech.

-- Marc Weiszer has a story about the secondary's shortcomings.

-- Chattanooga's David Paschall looks at the bright side of all Georgia's offensive line injuries.

-- TotalUGA talks to Tavarres King, who thinks his injury this season may have been a blessing in disguise.

-- This Notre Dame blog wonders what happened to Georgia this season. I guess all the Charlie Weis bashing must've become boring.

-- Alabama loses the SEC championship game, and next thing you know, their fans hit rock bottom.

-- Speaking of the Tide (and this was hardly a well-kept secret), they'll be kicking off their season at the Georgia Dome again next year against Virginia Tech.

-- I greatly appreciate those of you who tried to cheer me up about Syracuse's hiring of Doug Marrone. Sadly, it's clear now he doesn't know what the heck he's doing.

-- ESPN's Heather Dinich has the low down on the cool (and not-so-cool) swag the players get at the different bowls. Georgia's big score: A $400 shopping spree at Best Buy.

-- Every Day Should Be Saturday gives us a Sam Bradford rap that will certainly give Georgia Tech's "Perfect Option" a run for its money in my year-end list of best rap songs about college football offenses performed by people with no discernable talent.

-- The basketball coach at Ole Miss is in a bit of trouble after hassling a cab driver. My experience with cab drivers leads me to believe the coach was probably justified.


Peter said...

Is that offenses with no discernible talent, or rappers?

Anonymous said...

Look on the bright side, Rob Spence will likely get Marrone fired before you know it.