Sorry for the lack of posts the last couple of days. A family emergency forced me to head straight from Nashville back home to Delaware, so I'm a little out of pocket. I'm hoping to be back in Athens in time for Pro Day and the reboot of spring practice on Tuesday, but that's a bit up in the air still.
I should have a few posts regardless, but not as many as usual. In the meantime though, a few links...
-- Mark Fox sees Year 1 as a major building blocks for the revitalized Bulldogs.
-- The Grit Tree looks at the significant progress made by Georgia in 2010.
-- It's an interesting world we live in now that there's a site called DraftNasty.com and I'm actually reading it. Anyway, they have an interview up with Reshad Jones. (h/t Senator)
-- Giants 101 has an interview with former Bulldog Danny Ware.
-- The Elvis Skinner looks in depth at Caleb King and Washaun Ealey to find out if one stood out over the other in the Bulldogs' backfield.
-- Leather Helmet Blog has a classic interview with sack master Richard Tardits.
-- Dancing in the Endzone has a piece about Tim Tebow's Wonderlic score with a link to a sample exam. (I scored a 40... but I've also never circumsized a baby.)
-- If Bill Stewart is even half right about the changes in store for college football, it would mean a seizmic shift in the sport's landscape.
-- Uga8 has an update on Georgia's streaking men's tennis team, which now boasts a home winning streak of 70 matches.
-- Wherever you fall on the health care debate, this is an incredibly troubling report. (Update: See my follow-up in the comments section for clarification on this link.)
-- A major character is leaving "Parks and Recreation."
-- "24" could be saved by a move to NBC (if you call that being saved).
-- Sadly, it doesn't sound like Amy Ryan will be turning up on "The Office" again any time soon. (Which I'm even sadder about after having rewatched Season 2 of "The Wire" recently... she's great.)
OK, that's all I've got for now. Enjoy watching some hoops today and hopefully I'll have another post or two tomorrow.