Sorry this post is late getting up today. While my birth certificate indicates I am not quite ready for a social security check, by body begs to disagree. I was all set to cover the Masters today, but while 80-year-old Arnold Palmer can still tee it up, my back is so sore that I can barely get out of bed. Oh, cruel fate!
But, never let it be said I allowed debilitating back pain to keep me from posting the links...
-- Doug Stutsman looks at how the relationship Tavarres King built with Joe Cox running with the twos last year will help the freshman receiver as he looks for a bigger role this season.
-- 960 the Ref landed a couple of good gets today. Check out the podcasts from interviews with Mark Richt and Mark Fox.
-- Blogging Pantsless takes a look at the headline grabber of the spring, Mr. Carlton Thomas. I've been talking to players all week this week for a post I want to do after spring practice on the most impressive players of the spring, and Thomas' name has been mentioned by EVERY player I've asked.
-- Mack Brown gets a sales pitch from Orson Charles and Chris Burnette, according to the Dawg Post (subscription required).
-- You may have already read this when it ran in Sunday's Telegraph, but I think it reads even better as a part of Jeff Owens' blog.
-- If you're planning to be in Americus on May 12 and you're into the whole FCA thing, stop by and see Ray Goff.
-- Alabama's Terrence Cody has apparently dropped a few pounds.
-- Remember the little war of words that landed Dave Perno an ejection against LSU last weekend? Well the Tigers' coach fires back at Perno in this story on TotalUGA.
-- The hoops team has gotten its first taste of practice under its new head coach.
-- Georgia softball topped Georgia Tech in a battle of top-25 teams.
-- Now this is just unfortunate. Although, from what I learned in health class, it's nothing Matt Cain couldn't clear up with a little ointment.
-- Great news... "Eastbound and Down" will be back for a second season.-- And just in case being stuck on my couch with an aching back wasn't enough to make me feel old, this added the icing on the cake.