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Wednesday Morning 'Dawg Bites

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It's the middle of the week, the sun is shining, the Georgia Bulldogs are on a three game SEC winning streak, and you're ready to get the day rolling, you go-getter, you. First, however, let's take a look at what's making news in Bulldog Nation.

Bracketology: The SEC shall rise again -
Speaking of UGA basketball, the second January edition of Blogging the Bracket's bracketology features a pair of new No. 1 seeds and a half-dozen SEC squads. #SECBasketballFever. Catch it.

UGA Job Site : Search Result
That cryptic link was the one I got when I did a job search on the University job board for jobs within the athletic department. You'll have to run your own search to replicate my results, but it's worth it. What do you know, five brand new football analyst positions (two offensive, two defensive, and even one special teams) were posted yesterday. I don't know if Greg McGarity actually had a gun to his head when he clicked "submit" on those, but it sort of feels that way metaphorically. There's still plenty of room to catch up to the 'Bamas of the world, but it is a nice start.

Kirby Choates - Hudl

Tri-Cities defensive back Kirby Choates got a visit from Bryan McClendon late last week. You can see why in these highlights from his junior and senior seasons.

Watch Riverdale ATH Donte Jackson's college announcement live at 10:30 a.m. CST Wednesday |
Louisiana five star cornerback Donte Jackson will announce his college decision at 11:30 AM Eastern time this morning. You can watch live at the link above. If I were a betting man, my money would be on LSU. It is rare for the Bayou Bengals to miss on an in-state blue-chip prospect who they really, really want. The only trepidation I have is that LSU's new defensive staff may not have had a chance to build a strong relationship with Jackson yet, and his recent Georgia visit seems to have gone very well. However, he is still set to visit LSU before national signing day no matter what his decision today, so even if by some chance the Red and Black do get the nod, this one is still not over.