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Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Wednesday Links (9/9)

It's been a shockingly long time since I've posted any links. I offer my sincerest apologies and I assure you, I'm not proud of myself...

-- I have a story in today's Telegraph on the confidence the Bulldogs still have that Joe Cox can get the job done. The most interesting part, however, is probably the first quote from A.J. Green.

-- While the team rallies around Cox, however, the quarterback is getting a bit fiesty with the media. The Chapel Bell says that's probably not the best way for Cox to handle the situation.

-- Staring at an 0-2 start for the first time in 13 years, David Paschall writes that Georgia has a lot more than usual on the line this week against South Carolina.

-- Mark Bradley writes what a lot of you have been saying: The sales pitch we got about the toughness of this Georgia team during the preseason sure didn't show up on the field against Oklahoma State.

-- David Ching is manning the hotlines for all those Georgia fans ready to pull the plug on the season.

-- I like this post over at Battle Hymn Notes that compares the start of the season for Georgia with the one Alabama enjoyed and comes to a pretty simple conclusion.

-- Glory, Glory wonders if this year's defense is going to be good enough to overcome the apparent offensive shortcomings.

-- It was a good start to the careers of Orson Charles and Aaron Murray -- not on the football field but in the classroom.

-- Georgia Sports Blog has a bunch of headlines from the South Carolina papers on some key issues in this week's game.

-- The State has video of Steve Spurrier and players previewing the Georgia game.

-- Former Georgia hoops coach Pete Herrmann landed a job as the coach at Young Harris College.

-- Their game is still another 10 days away, but apparently Arkansas has been preparing for its matchup with Georgia for quite some time.

-- One of Florida's top freshmen is done for the year due to a hamstring injury.

-- I guess this was bound to happen: Tennessee and Southern Cal are working on finalizing a series.

-- This is an interesting read for any baseball history buffs: Turns out a lot of what we thought we knew about the 1919 Black Sox may have been false.

-- Beyond the Box Score makes a dramatic and compelling case for an unlikley MVP in the American League.

-- I saw "Extract" over the weekend and, while it was enjoyable, the writer of this Slate column is off her rocker if she thinks it was better than "Office Space."

-- Doesn't sound like Lorne Michaels is real high on the upcoming season of "Saturday Night Live." I've got one solution: More cowbell.

-- Hey, it's not just newspapers! Here's a list of 50 things being killed by the Internet. (And to think, if I hadn't become a sports writer, I would have gone into watchmaking or worked at a record store. What a relief!)

-- And finally, happy 40th birthday to Alien Time Machines. (If you watched "How I Met Your Mother" on Monday, you'll get that joke.)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Debose DID NOT injure his knee--it was his hamstring.