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Thursday, August 21, 2008

Thursday Links (8/21)

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Other links o' the day...

-- The Red & Black have stories on what happened to highly ranked teams the past few years and linebacker Akeem Dent's penchant for bowling.

-- ESPN's Chris Low says Stacy Searles may be the most important figure on the Bulldogs this season.

-- Dawg Sports has Georgia at No. 1 in the preseason blog poll.

-- Bleacher Report has a season preview for Louisiana Tech, which is coached by the son of Vince Dooley and quarterbacked by former Reggie Ball backup Taylor Bennett.

-- The AJC's Jenna Marina writes about the ridiculous number of injuries to Georgia's defensive ends, while Tony Barnhart wonders how the new clock rules will affect college football.

-- No introduction needed, just a great, great post from Dawg Sports.

-- In a follow-up from yesterday's links, Georgia universities have rejected the plan to lower the drinking age, thus keeping the fake ID business thriving.

-- And finally, sad to see NFL players union head and hall-of-famer Gene Upshaw died. This has been a crazy week with Bernie Mac, Isaac Hayes and LeRoi Moore all dying, too. Thankfully, Morgan Freeman is recovering nicely.

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