Well, friends, we're a day away from the 2011 iteration of the World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party, and it looks like tomorrow will be a beautiful day to feast on gator by the St. John's River.
In case you're somehow feeling a little bit optimistic, be sure to check out T. Kyle King's Florida edition of Too Much Information if you haven't done so already.
Just when you thought it was safe to assume that, while conference alignment appears to be chaotic, the folks in charge actually have it well under control, somebody prematurely pulls the trigger on welcoming Missouri to the SEC on the conference's official web site. Our friends at Team Speed Kills breaks down the gaffe and what it means. Or doesn't.
Yeah, about that 2007 end zone dance. Would somebody please ask Chris Rainey at what point stewing in four year old "fake juice" becomes its own fake juice?
Speaking of fake juice: “I think we are much better off focusing on the things that really truly matter,” Richt said, “and those are your jobs and your assignments.” Thank you, Coach.
Hedges to Hardwood collected a few Tweets from the UGA football team to give us some insight into Florida Week preparations. Fortunately, none of them seem to be the kind that I personally find disturbing. And Christian Robinson let us know that he was in class even though most of his classmates were already en route to Jax.
So, LB Ogletree Excited About Return Against Gators? Me too, 'Tree. Me, too.
Seth Emerson brings us a view from enemy territory. Rachel George of the Orlando Sentinel answers Seth's questions about tomorrow's game. And Seth returns the favor.
We interrupt this huge football week to bring you this video of Coach Mark Fox's and Dustin Ware's comments from SEC Media Day, Basketball Edition. And no, we won't forget Landers and the Ladies.
While TKK has us all rightfully depressed about tomorrow's game, Doug Gillett lets his manic side get a few words in about the Cocktail Party at our SB Nation Atlanta site.
Carry on, Dawgs. Check back with us throughout the day and tomorrow for more.