Monday was a good day here at Dawg Sports, thanks to mentions at Every Day Should Be Saturday and The Wizard of Odds. The former generated some comments following my publication of The Last Will and Testament of Orson Swindle and the latter contained a plug from regular reader Ross, to whom I am much obliged, both for his endorsement and for his entry into The Great Billboard Competition.
Partly as a result of yesterday's favorable mentions on two top-tier weblogs, we will be celebrating a milestone here today, as Dawg Sports will receive its 300,000th visitor sometime before midnight tonight. Naturally, our thanks go out to all of you who have stopped by and we are especially grateful to those of you who make a visit to this weblog a part of your daily routine.
In other news of note, SportsBlogs Nation's "SB Nation Sports Report," hosted by The Sports Guru and Big Blue Shoe, has moved to a new time slot. Instead of airing on Sunday nights, the internet radio broadcast now may be heard live at 9:00 p.m. on Tuesdays, immediately following EDSBS Live.
Tonight's scheduled topics include Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens, Oscar de la Hoya, the N.B.A. playoffs, auto racing, and probably a little football, too. Highly influential weblogger and "maker of the new" Tyler Bleszinski also will appear.
Finally, a question has been put forward for the good of the order: "Who would you want to coach your son?" (I believe that should be "whom," rather than "who," but I'm not going to quibble.) Your options include Mark Richt, three other S.E.C. coaches, Bobby Bowden, Mack Brown, Pete Carroll, Joe Paterno, Bob Stoops, and . . . a Chevrolet salesman in Jonesboro?
Let us know what you think. My own thoughts on national coaching rankings will appear here later today.