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Friday, July 17, 2009

Friday Links (7/17)

I had some things come up this afternoon, so unfortunately you'll have to wait until Monday for my Rex Robinson interview. In the meantime, here are some links for your weekend reading...

-- Georgia broadcaster Loran Smith was injured in a serious car accident in France earlier this week.

-- Tim Tucker chats with former Georgia coach Jim Donnan about his impending induction into the college football Hall of Fame.

-- SEC Rivals lists the five SEC coaches most likely to leave, and they have Mark Richt ranked No. 2.

-- The Red & Black talked with Damon Evans on a number of subjects, including the future of the UGA-Florida game.

-- About Them Dawgs writes that if Georgia wants to improve its defense in 2009, the biggest keys might be better special teams and creating more turnovers.

-- Battle Hymn Notes checks in with some more thoughts on how Georgia can eliminate those defensive struggles.

-- Matthew Stafford addresses the incident with the 49ers psychologist in an interview with MLive.

-- The Banner-Herald has a look at what David Greene has been up to since his retirement.

-- Georgia ranks fifth on the list of the teams with the most demand for tickets.

-- A top college prospect was injured during a workout with former Bulldog Garrison Hearst.

-- After being suspended for the season due to a failed drug test, Kentucky end Jeremy Jarmon was taken in the NFL's supplemental draft.

-- ESPN has a story on the continuing spending on major projects by many schools despite the bad economy.

-- Urban Meyer has spent most of the past week talking about his future employer, but managed to get in a nice jab at a past one, too.

OK, that's it, just football stuff today. Be back Monday with lots more as we get ready for SEC Media Days. Have a great weekend.

2 comments:

Gen. Stoopnagle said...

You know, the thing with the 49ers was proof positive that the radio personalities who presented it as a conflict didn't read the whole article. Not a few lines later MS was quoted in the article as saying he really didn't have a problem with the question and basically that the Niners could ask him that because they were preparing to spend a lot of money on a draft pick.

Gen. Stoopnagle said...

I just wanted to post the quote. Can anyone tell me how this thing got legs?

The 49ers interview, conducted by a team psychologist, struck Stafford as odd. His account: When the psychologist asked about his parents, he explained that they were divorced when he was in high school and that he'd adjusted well; told he sounded as if he might have unfinished business concerning the divorce, Stafford said there certainly was not. "I felt like, I wonder how much I'm being charged per hour for this?" he says. "But I understand. They're going to pay a lot of money in the first round."