Women's College World Series Open Comment Thread (Game Three): Georgia Bulldogs v. Florida Gators

The big news around the blogosphere today was, of course, Blogs With Balls 3, the sports bloggers convention held in Chicago. I spent more of my day than I would care to admit tracking the event on Twitter, which is where I learned who was on Twitter and how I found out that Spencer Hall got iced. You could even watch the event on television.

Here in Bulldog Nation, though, our televisions are tuned in to the Women's College World Series. The Georgia Bulldogs' first two games have generated a pair of quality comment threads, and I expect tonight will be no exception. (Well, you know, except for the fact that it will be the Red and Black's third evening game in as many nights, and I am worn out from staying up to the very end of both of the first two, and I have a busy day ahead of me tomorrow, what with church and helping my sister-in-law and her family move, but, really, that is neither here nor there.)

Come one, come all, to root on the Bulldogs as they attempt to advance through the loser's bracket and remain alive in the NCAA softball tournament. Join in the conversation in the comments below.

Go 'Dawgs!

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