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Monday, September 28, 2009

Monday Links (9/28)

Late start this morning, and lots to do, but let's get to a few links to start things off...

-- I have a story in today's Telegraph on Georgia's turnover problems, which Mark Richt says are widespread and difficult to remedy.

-- Georgia Sports Blog takes an early look ahead at LSU.

-- The Grit Tree wonders what we've learned -- if anything -- from the first four games and where Georgia goes from here.

-- Glory, Glory plays Sunday Morning Quarterback with some interesting insights on the win over ASU.

-- Chris Low moves Georgia up to fourth in his SEC power rankings.

-- Matthew Stafford finally got the Lions back into the win column on Sunday.

-- Given all the criticism I heard following Saturday's win from Georgia fans, I must say, And The Valley Shook's synopsis of Les Miles' situation in Baton Rouge sounds awfully familiar.

-- 3rd Saturday In Blogtober gets down to the nitty gritty of Tennessee's thrilling win over those powerful Ohio Bobcats. Folks, this is going to be a team you DON'T want to play in a bowl game. Woo, Lane!

-- Pitchfork is counting down the top 200 albums of the decade, starting with 200-151.

-- My first thought regarding "Flash Forward" last week was that it was just a little too similar to "Lost." But even I missed the clue within the episode about what to expect on this season of "Lost."

-- You've got to respect a guy who cares so much about his performance that he's willing to endure anything for success -- even a dangerous concussion. What? No, I'm not talking about Tim Tebow. I mean Conan O'Brien.

-- And finally, a wrap up of the 20 strangest TV interviews of all time. Sadly, the time I was interviewed on Broadway in New York by Japanese TV didn't make the list.

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