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The Dawg Gone Podcast Show 46 is ready and wants you to Sing Like Hail

"Who has two hands with two fingers and a thumb up in the air and loves The Redcoat Band? THIS GUY."
"Who has two hands with two fingers and a thumb up in the air and loves The Redcoat Band? THIS GUY."

Hello again kids! As of this posting, we are a mere 27'ish hours away from the first kickoff of the 2012 College Football Season. There is absolutely nothing I could add to make that statement more exciting. Actually, if I would've said "we are a mere 27'ish minutes away from UGA's first game of the 2012 College Football Season," it probably would've garnered a little bit more of an emotional response.

Anyway, I digress. In the spirit of keeping you as well-informed as possible, we've invited back Brett Bawcum, who you may remember as the Assistant Director of Bands at the University of Georgia. He also happens to be one of the finest Redcoats in the history of the word. He walks us through some of the changes you'll see this year from the Redcoat Band in Pregame, as well as what the halftime shows will look like this year. Trust me, you'll want to hear this conversation, because for those of you who love Damn Good Dawgs, this conversation features one of them and it ain't me. By the way, you can follow The Redcoat Band on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube.

Then, T. Kyle King and I wax Dawg Poetic about what we want to see, expect to see, and hope we don't see against Buffalo this weekend. There are no words to describe how great it feels to be discussing UGA football as it relates to real, actual games, instead of scrimmages and G-day.

Let's get you some links so you can join in the fun:

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As always, you can listen to the entire episode via the player at the bottom of this post.

Until next time kids.

Be safe (and Go Dawgs!).