Georgia has one more coaching vacancy to fill.
I have tickets to a show in Charlotte on Thursday.
I think we now know exactly when that last coach will be hired.
Ah, fun times.
Anyway, I have a lot of stuff planned for the blog over the next two weeks or so, but I'm still a little short on time to put it all together. So, if we're a little lighter on posts than usual, it's not because I'm not working on stuff, I promise.
In the meantime, how about some links?
-- Here's my story from today's Telegraph on the hiring of Scott Lakatos.
-- The AJC has the full resume for Georgia's new defensive backs coach.
-- A lot of you have been asking about how the Bulldogs' personnel will fit in Todd Grantham's new 3-4 defense. Dawg Bark has a pretty good rundown of the situation and how it might shake out. (h/t Matthew P.)
-- Meanwhile, the Dawg's View does a nice breakdown of the overall scheme that Grantham runs.
-- And for even more on scheme, this story in the Rocky Mountain News from a year ago talks to a coach about what goes into transitioning from a 4-3 to a 3-4 (h/t GTP).
-- The Senator has a great bit of insight into how the 3-4 is going to change things on the recruiting trail... for Georgia Tech.
-- UGA Blog takes a more general approach and looks at Grantham's style rather than just the scheme.
-- The Bulldog in Exile gives his take on the AJC's take of the new DC hire.
-- Chris Low lists his SEC players of the decade, with a Georgia guy coming in at No. 4.
-- If you only watch one YouTube clip today, make it this montage of Sundiata Gaines' introduction into the NBA. Just great stuff. (h/t Brad B.)
-- Bleacher Report counts down the 10 best Georgia basketball players of the 2000s -- and Gaines has a nice spot on that list, too.
-- TotalFilm counts down the 29 worst miscastings in movie history. (Note: Um, is Ralph Fienes really what kept "Maid in Manhattan" from being a good movie?)
-- Did you know that Ozzy Osbourne guest starred on "Parker Lewis Can't Lose"? The trailer is fantastic.
-- Sad news for one of the best secondary characters on "Friday Night Lights."
-- "Glee" fans should be even more, um, gleeful... Neil Patrick Harris could be doing an episode of the show in May.The Onion has a great synopsis of what will happen in the final season of "Lost."