Before I forget, I have a handful of housekeeping details to which to attend ere the weekend gets underway in earnest. In no particular order, these are they:
- I'll be getting back to my 2007 radical realignment plan shortly, but, because it's going to be a busy next couple of days, it'll probably be Monday before the next installment appears. In the meantime, of course, I'll be reporting on Georgia's three-game baseball series in Knoxville and MaconDawg has gotten a discussion going regarding Dennis Felton's 'Dawgs. (For the record, I am a fan of Coach Felton, even though I don't like his fashion sense.)
- Because the G-Day game kicks off at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 7, Doug has made the executive decision to change the tailgating time to around 10:30 a.m. Any interested 'Dawg fans are welcome to join us for Bloggerpalooza '07 . . . but be sure to send one of us your R.S.V.P.
- A year ago, I had the pleasure of reporting that the Phi Kappa Literary Society, one of the two historic debating societies at the University of Georgia (and the one of which I am proud to call myself an alumnus), was victorious in the annual debate against our rival literary society. I now have the pleasure of reporting that, last night, a unanimous panel of faculty judges declared Phi Kappa the winner of the intersociety debate for the fourth consecutive year.
- Finally, my thanks go out to periodic Dawg Sports commenter College Buddy (also a fellow Phi Kappan, incidentally) for calling my attention to the fact that the stars of "The Dukes of Hazzard," the beloved T.V. show that inspired the greatest movie ever made, have been banned in Cincinnati by ignorant flag-bashers with no knowledge of history. Now I'm glad the Bearcats backed out on the Bulldogs.