Monday Morning Dawg Bites

I beg your pardon in advance for what is sure to come across as a self-aggrandizing survey of present happenings in the blogosphere, but, with any luck, this will get you through your Monday morning as you knock back that mission-critical initial cup of coffee:

  • On both coasts and everywhere in between, a clear consensus has developed that Les Miles is a moron, as evidenced by his recent ill-considered and erroneous remarks. Addicted to Quack's Dave offered a clarification of his earlier retort and Conquest Chronicles' Paragon SC chimed in, as well.
  • Over at Stiles Points, the preparations for football season are underway, as webloggers representing a host of historic programs are being interviewed. My thoughts on Herschel Walker, 70 X Takeoff, Champ Bailey, and Odell Thurman's 99-yard-interception return may be found here.
  • The first chapter of The Sound and the GameDay appeared here at Dawg Sports last night. Later on this evening, you'll want to be on the lookout for the second installment of a three-part series offered with apologies to William Faulkner.
That's all I have for you on a lazy Monday morning. I hope you have a good week and I'll be back soon with the promised second chapter . . . which, regrettably, does not contain an As I Lay Dying allusion.

Go 'Dawgs!

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