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Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Wednesday Links (4/8)

Before we get to the links, I want to wish my mom a very happy birthday. Happy birthday, Mom!

And a quick batch of links for today...

-- Georgia may land Joe Montana's kid next spring, but the Bulldogs definitely won't be seeing the son of another NFL hall-of-fame quarterback this fall.

-- Speaking of legendary quarterbacks, the AJC has a Quincy Carter sighting.

-- Bleacher Report counts down the top 10 tailbacks in Georgia history.

-- In what is just about the worst kept secret in college hoops right now, the Tuscaloosa News reports that former Alabama interim head coach Phillip Pearson is a leading candidate to join Mark Fox's staff at Georgia.

-- Mark Weiszer notes the impact the broadcast of this weekend's G-Day game could have on recruiting and, if you read to the end, has a note on a minor skirmish between two offensive linemen.

-- The guys at 960 the Ref talk some hoops with former Georgia assistant coach Mark Slonaker.

-- LSU may have won the series over the weekend, but Georgia security at least made sure one Tigers fan didn't get to celebrate. (h/t GSB)

-- The Red & Black profiles Georgia pitcher Jason Leaver, who has come a long way back from last year's struggles.

-- Whether or not you're a fan of the BCS, you should pretty much always read Senator Blutarski's take on any story that broaches the subject. It's the rough equivalent of Rennie Curran closing in on a slow-footed slot receiver going up for a lobbed pass over the middle.

-- And finally, I'm not sure if the White House hiring the guy from "Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle" makes me more or less confident about the future of our country. Personally I think they could heve done better.

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