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Friday, December 19, 2008

Friday Links (12/19)

No practice today for Georgia, but we will meet with Mark Richt in the morning and players in the early afternoon, so I hope to have as much up-to-the-minute info as I can for you then. In the meantime, a quick batch of links for the day...

-- ESPN's latest draft projection has Matthew Stafford going No. 1 to the Lions. Stafford says he knows nothing about Detroit, but he did acknowledge that playing with Calvin Johnson might make life with the Lions tolerable.

-- 960 the Ref talks to one of my favorite interviews -- Matt Stinchcomb.

-- Scout's new hire, Chad Simmons, has the scoop on a UGA offer to a JuCo wide receiver.

-- The AJC says a local defensive end turned down a visit to Georgia and will instead play his college ball at Georgia Tech.

-- Marc Weiszer has a story about the secondary's shortcomings.

-- Chattanooga's David Paschall looks at the bright side of all Georgia's offensive line injuries.

-- TotalUGA talks to Tavarres King, who thinks his injury this season may have been a blessing in disguise.

-- This Notre Dame blog wonders what happened to Georgia this season. I guess all the Charlie Weis bashing must've become boring.

-- Alabama loses the SEC championship game, and next thing you know, their fans hit rock bottom.

-- Speaking of the Tide (and this was hardly a well-kept secret), they'll be kicking off their season at the Georgia Dome again next year against Virginia Tech.

-- I greatly appreciate those of you who tried to cheer me up about Syracuse's hiring of Doug Marrone. Sadly, it's clear now he doesn't know what the heck he's doing.

-- ESPN's Heather Dinich has the low down on the cool (and not-so-cool) swag the players get at the different bowls. Georgia's big score: A $400 shopping spree at Best Buy.

-- Every Day Should Be Saturday gives us a Sam Bradford rap that will certainly give Georgia Tech's "Perfect Option" a run for its money in my year-end list of best rap songs about college football offenses performed by people with no discernable talent.

-- The basketball coach at Ole Miss is in a bit of trouble after hassling a cab driver. My experience with cab drivers leads me to believe the coach was probably justified.

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