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Friday, September 25, 2009

Bulldogs Blog Friday Afternoon Trivia

A shiny, exciting and potentially non-existent prize to the first person who can correctly identify the two people in this picture.

And just for good measure, a few links for your reading pleasure as well...

-- I have a story in today's Telegraph on how Caleb King handled his injury and returned strong.

-- The AJC looks at Jon Richt's adjustment to life on a much smaller campus.

-- The Detroit News has a story on how Matthew Stafford is handling the hype of being the No. 1 pick and the criticism that comes with two bad games to start his career.

-- Tony Barnhart makes his weekly picks and he clearly thinks a lot higher of the Alabama pass rush than he does of Georgia's. (h/t Jeff)

-- Whoa, whoa, whoa... you mean there could be another five-star receiver named Green playing at Georgia. That "Earth Tones Offense" could get better and better.

-- Mark Richt promises this won't be a "trap game" for Georgia's players, but Dawg Stephen wants to make sure it isn't one for the fans either.

-- Roger Clarkson looks at the future of Georgia's non-conference play.

-- Thankfully for my fantasy team, the Boston Globe says Knowshon Moreno is ready to break out.

-- Chris Low has a bunch of interesting tidbits from around the SEC -- which by the way, just so happens to be the country's highest-scoring conference so far.

-- The Arizona Republic sees a lot of similarities between Joe Cox and ASU quarterback Danny Sullivan. Another interesting note is that I have two friends from high school in my fantasy football league who are arch enemies. One is named Danny Sullivan, and the other looks just like Joe Cox. And no, that's not them in the picture above. Sadly, I have no pictures of the two of them together that would be appropriate for this Web site.

-- Arizona State's players talk about playing in Athens.

-- Here's a list of the best TV character comas of all time. I don't really have anything to add to this except that I once saw Anthony Michael Hall shopping at the mall in Delaware.

-- Kirk Cameron disproves evolution by comparing Charles Darwin to Nazis and calling him sexist. Well, glad we've solved that debate once and for all.

-- Mmmmmm... Dan Aykroyd-flavored vodka.

-- Subway must be peddling a lot of those five-dollar footlongs because its about to overtake McDonalds as the world's largest restaurant chain.

-- And finally, this should officially conclude your work week on a high (or low) note: Rotten Tomatoes rounds up the decade's 100 worst movies.


tkirk12 said...

matt stafford / jevan snead?

Roby Gunn said...

The Murray Bro's!

David Hale said...

Nice guesses guys, but I got the correct answer (on the mirror site of the blog) at 1:20... it's Stafford and Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw.

j.leonardjr said...

Stafford and the other is a young pitcher in the NL West but I can't think of his name.

meat said...

Guess I missed to deadline. I recognized Stafford and knew they grew up together. Who plays soccer?

Greg said...

my guess is stafford and clayton kershaw

Greg said...

whoops- guess i should read the previous blog posts before blurting my answer.

the combined arm strength at highland park while they were in HS just isnt fair.

Anonymous said...

OK, I don't want to get political but that Kirk Cameron thing is hilarious.

"We have a situation in our country where young people are entering college with a belief in God and exiting with that faith being stripped and shredded. What we want to do is have student make an informed, educated decision before they chuck their faith."

Um... so going to college is not getting "educated?" I don't get it.

Go Dawgs!

Anonymous said...

The real question is why would Stafford ever play kickball? Its not a sport if you can't use your hands.

Anonymous said...

David Greene and David Pollack? I Didn't they grow up together and play sports together?

oranjedawg said...

Matthew Stafford and Clayton Kershaw