We're wrapping up our Two-A-Days segments tomorrow. Don't forget to get your questions in for the Georgia entry by sending me an email at email@example.com.
And a note regarding the links posts: From now until football season actually begins, we will no longer link to any stories regarding A.) how good a pro QB Matthew Stafford will be, B.) how overpaid Stafford might be, or C.) What awesome things Matthew Stafford is doing right now that I'm not (unless it involves Alyssa Milano or a Lost castmember).
So, with that bit of housecleaning out of the way, on to today's links...
-- After a couple weeks of bad news on the recruiting trail, Mark Fox has finally landed his first new Bulldog.
-- Last year's College World Series loss still haunts -- and motivates -- Georgia closer Dean Weaver.
-- The AJC's Doug Roberson looks at how a handful of injuries cost some local players -- like Brannan Southerland and Dannell Ellerbe -- significantly in the NFL draft.
-- Blutarski takes Jeff Schultz down a notch.
-- Click here. Laugh. Breathe. Laugh more. Throw up in your mouth a little bit.
-- 960 the Ref has an interview with former Georgia picher (and current St. Louis Cardinal) Mitchell Boggs.
-- Tonight is your last chance to catch the Georgia softball team at home this season.
-- LSU cornerback Phelon Jones has decided to transfer to Alabama.
-- After nearly a decade of watching them sit on their hands, it's nice to actually see the Eagles making some moves to improve the talent on the roster this offseason.
-- As an Eagles fan, things have been going pretty well lately. Good draft, added some good players via trade... but Freddie Mitchell blogging? Well, that just takes the cake. "I'd just like to thank God for giving me great fingers to type with and for allowing me to be so great that I can continue to be an immense talent even while being blackballed from the NFL."
-- Deadspin reports that Bruce Pearl is potentially breaking NCAA rules in trying to recruit Layla Kiffin, if you know what I mean.
-- Are you having trouble following all the happenings on "Lost"? Well, think how this guy must feel.
-- I mentioned the movie "The King of Kong" a few weeks ago. Again, if you've never seen it, you really need to. It's fantastic. If you have, here's an update on one of the characters setting a new Donkey Kong record.