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Friday, December 12, 2008

Friday Links (12/12)

Hey folks. Happy Friday. I have a meeting this morning, so only time for a handful of links...

-- I have a story in today's Telegraph on Asher Allen's quietly productive season.

-- The AJC has a piece on Neland Ball, who hopes next year will be far better for him than this season was.

-- Speaking of next year, this is a big recruiting weekend for Georgia.

-- The Chattanooga Times Free Press talks with Matthew Stafford, who says he won't let a possible future in Detroit (where the Lions are currently 0-13) affect his decision to turn pro.

-- Meanwhile, Michigan State's Javon Ringer has his sites clearly set on Georgia, hoping to run for 200 yards against the Bulldogs. (Feel free to insert your own snide comment about the UGA defense at the end.)

-- I'm now convinced: Tim Tebow should win his second Heisman. This final bit of convincing came courtesy of ESPN's Chris Low, who illustrates the drastic difference in schedule strength. Did you know that Tebow has faced six defenses ranked in the top 25? McCoy and Bradford COMBINED have faced one. In fact, all but one of Tebow's opponents (Arkansas) is ranked higher in total defense than McCoy's BEST opponent.

-- Get the Picture looks further at the Big XII's awful scheduling.

-- And finally, this doesn't have much to do with anything, but it's just one of those stories I found amusing (particularly as it's written by an ex-Cub).

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