The Dawg Gone Podcast Show 77 is ready and is thankful for PURE HATRED.

Scott Cunningham

It's that time of the year again, kids. We here at Dawg Sports and The Dawg Gone Podcast would like to take a moment to discuss the things for which we're thankful. Things like four years of Aaron Murray, the preparedness of Hutson Mason, and the ability to hate Georgia Tech with everything we have.

To celebrate Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate Week, we brought a familiar voice back to us for an episode. The Mayor himself, T. Kyle King, joins me and we wax Dawg Poetic about Aaron Murray being one of the greatest DGDs alive, which assistant coaches might want to polish up that resume, and why Georgia Tech shouldn't considered a rival as much as a waste of our time.

I know you're just beside yourself waiting to see how you can listen, so in the tradition of Thanksgiving, here's a huge serving of links for you to feast on:

To listen, SUBSCRIBE, review and rate the episode on iTunes, click here.

To stream the episode in MP3 format, click here. To save it, use "right click, save as."

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As always, you can listen to the entire episode via the player at the bottom of this post.

Until next time kids.

Be safe (and Go Dawgs!).

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