Life moves pretty fast and the weekend is almost here. If you're like me, you don't know where the week has gone, but, before the last of it dissipates, you need to get to work, so I won't keep you. Just bear with me long enough to knock back that morning cup of coffee while I bring you up to speed as expeditiously as possible:
- With football season just around the corner, it's high time I got down to the business of breaking down the 2006 campaign game by game. My previews of Western Kentucky and South Carolina are available for your perusal.
- Mark Richt is a man of faith who has confidence in his team and who ain't going nowhere. Whether you agree or disagree with the latter observation, register your opinion by voting in the poll.
You won't be seeing one of these bad boys parked outside the Richt residence anytime soon, I can tell you that.
- When asked how to pick a football team, 54b went with Georgia, of course. On behalf of Bulldog Nation, I extend a laurel and hearty handshake.
- L.D. is still alive, but it looks like the opponents of net neutrality are out to get him.
It's a conspiracy. Call Scully.
- It turns out that Lloyd Carr's not that bad. No, seriously.
- Orson allows for the possibility that September 16, 2006, may be the greatest day in the history of the human race and I am disinclined to disagree.
Yeah, yeah, yeah, it was one small step for man and one giant leap for mankind . . . but did Louisville and Miami, Michigan and Notre Dame, and Auburn and L.S.U. all play at the same time on July 20, 1969? I didn't think so.
There's more out there, of course, but that'll do for a quick jog around the blogosphere. Make it a good day . . . and let's be careful out there.