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PHOTO: Derek Dooley's hair out of place


And here I thought it couldn't happen. Clearly he's letting himself go after last week's big win.

Where's Rommel?


Just play it. You know you want to. h/t Wes Rucker's Twittering, of course.

Brown and Family Still Seeking Release From Scholarship


Dooley's third requirement to be released: "Number three, how they handle it as a professional." I'm not sure he realizes he's actual coaching amateurs, not professionals. Kds, mostly immature, between the ages of the 18-21 for the most part, do not conduct themselves as "professionals." They conduct themselves as kids, oddly enough. In other news, Derek Dooley is still a d-bag.

Derek Dooley on Dan Patrick Show Today


Dooley speaks on Peyton Manning, recruiting, Bryce Brown, Steve Spurrier, UNC, and deflects most of the Lane Kiffin questions. Precious does a great job with the media once again.

Brown Wants to Transfer to K-State


And Derek Dooley is a douchebag. These and other interesting tidbits courtesy of ESPN's Joe Schad, recently of "The Big 12 is dead" fame.

Today Reportedly Will Mark the End of Damon Evans's Career at the University of Georgia


The discussion of the Bulldogs' new athletic director already has begun, with Greg McGarity and Carla Williams being the leading candidates in the conversation. While I prefer McGarity, I would be pleased with Williams, albeit with one caveat: Williams's experience in athletic administration has come at Vanderbilt and at Georgia during a period of decline. McGarity has spent the last eighteen years working closely with Jeremy Foley in the building of championship programs in all sports at Florida. Personally, I'd prefer to keep Williams where she is, using the financial and managerial skills she has developed while working with Evans, and make McGarity athletic director, enabling him to implement the championship-winning approach he learned from Foley. There are, of course, reasons for preferring Williams to McGarity, and I do not fault those who would rather see Williams promoted from within (or made interim athletic director until a full search can be conducted, thereby giving her an extended audition for the position). However, Mark Bradley expressed an idiotic sentiment when he called McGarity "a Dooley loyalist." What does it mean to be a Vince Dooley loyalist in 2010? Coach Dooley has been gone for six years, he appears to be enjoying retirement and has shown no signs lately of wanting to exercise any influence in Butts-Mehre Heritage Hall, and he has indicated that his focus this autumn will be on the Tennessee squad coached by his son. Bradley may as well have called McGarity a Joel Eaves loyalist or a Wally Butts loyalist for all the real-world significance that label has today. Reasonable Georgia fans can and do prefer Williams to McGarity, but, as usual, Bradley has identified the dumbest reason for taking a reasonable position. Go 'Dawgs!

Is Zach Mettenberger on the Tennessee Volunteers' Radar?


Knowing what I know of Derek Dooley, I'd be very surprised if the Big Orange expressed an interest in a player who was on probation after pleading guilty to sexual battery, but the question is being raised. Go 'Dawgs!

Vince Dooley Tries to Split the Difference in Color Schemes


In retrospect, we should have been more appreciative of the fact that Wally Butts had daughters. (Hat tip: Team Speed Kills.) Go 'Dawgs!

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