Another Thursday morning has dawned and the world remains a busy place, so, in deference to the frantic pace at which you no doubt will be required to greet your work day, I will give you the run-down in the time it will take you to knock back that morning cup of coffee:
- A milestone was reached last evening, as Dawg Sports had its 100,000th page view right around midnight last night.
- Wednesday was a busy day here at Dawg Sports, and not just in terms of site traffic. Over a 24-hour period, I forgave major league baseball for its transgressions, interviewed and was interviewed by Nico at Roll Bama Roll, and answered the BlogPoll roundtable discussion questions posed by Orson Swindle. The only thing I didn't have time to do yesterday was sue Michael Adams, but Dawgnoxious reports that such a suit is already underway.
Michael Adams, shown here in his formal presidential garb.
- Elsewhere in SportsBlogs Nation, Bruins Nation is all over the net neutrality debate and Burnt Orange Nation had some nice things to say about the University of Georgia generally and about me particularly, for which I am most obliged . . . so much so that I'll be writing a guest piece on two-quarterback systems for everyone's favorite Longhorn weblog.
- The Realist earns points for admitting how much he enjoyed "Mean Girls," but, while I credit Doug with having the wherewithal to give "Jerry Maguire" its due, his list of the 10 most hated sports teams includes neither the Auburn Tigers nor the New York Yankees. I don't get it; how could you not hate Auburn and the Yankees?
If the characters in this movie had spoken with American accents, this pretentious tripe never would have beaten out "Jerry Maguire" for best picture.
- Fortunately, A.C. got where he was going, but now he's just trolling for links by breaking out the Southern history references.
- How desperate are we for football? I was thrilled when Brian previewed Michigan State.
Michigan State football . . . a tale told by John L. Smith, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.
Consider yourself fully informed and feel free to dive headfirst into your workday.