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Monday, December 29, 2008

Monday Links (12/29)

Couple quick notes:

-- Georgia practices early today -- 9:15, ugh -- and I'll have practice notes up early this afternoon. The team is set to spend the evening at Universal Studios.

-- I'll be hosting an online chat tomorrow (Tuesday) at to answer any questions about the game. You can go HERE to post questions early, otherwise you can log on and have your question asked starting at noon tomorrow.

And on to some links for today...

-- There's an interesting story in the AJC about the difference in SAT scores between athletes and the general student population at the country's best athletics programs.

-- Georgia's hoops team got back on the right track against North Carolina A&T on Sunday.

-- Kris Durham is looking to finish strong after an injury riddled season.

-- Speed may not be the strong point for Big Ten teams, but Michigan State isn't worried.

-- The Savannah Morning News writes about the legacy of Texas QBs, starting with Matthew Stafford and also says the Spartans will try to take advantage of the Dawgs' young O line.

-- The Athens Banner-Herald, however, has a story on the future potential of the O line after this year's successes.

-- The Orlando Sentinel calls Aaron Murray the state's top high school QB.

-- Georgia and Michigan State teamed up for some charity work this week.

-- Auburn found its offensive coordinator -- which may or may not lead Mitch Mustain to transfer again.

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