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NCAA Football: SEC Media Days Adam Hagy-USA TODAY Sports

Welcome to Tuesday, Bulldog Fans! It’s kinda like Monday in that you’re still thumbing your nose at any and all Tech fans, but you haven’t quite come around to realizing the regular season is over. So what’s a ‘Dawg to do when it’s all over and done, but you have a single team that you’d like to play one more time? Go back, Jack, and do it again.

Before we completely leave the past, darkly, there was some more good news from the beatdown in the Big A, as a Georgia Bulldog received an award from the SEC.

It’s all about the SEC Championship now boys and girls, and here are the news and notes pertaining to such:

SEC Country was nice enough to give all the ways you can watch or listen to the big game. Or at least some of the ways.

The SEC Championship, yet to be played, already has its own Wikipedia page. Spoiler alert: there’s no spoiler.

Lorenzo Carter and Aaron Davis stopped by the Red & Black (or vice versa) to lay down some noise on how the defense sees the rematch.

And Carter had a few words on the importance of playing for a championship.

Should we compare David Greene and Jake Fromm? Marc Weizer from Athens Banner-Herald sure tried to.

Do you like predictions? Here’s one from Bleacher Report.

There is plenty of news from around the SEC, but this writer gets to bed early, and everything is a moving target anyway. Will Jeremy Pruitt replace Dan Mullen at MSU? Will Jason Witten replace Brady Hoke at Tennessee? I hate myself for typing that. But did UT even consider Brady Hoke? I wish they would. Will the Dread Pirate swap the West Coast for the fertile recruiting grounds of West Memphis? And what about Jimbo Fisher to College Station?

That should be enough to talk about while we’re Reelin’ In The Days until the game... and how many it is? Hey Nineteen! Divided by roughly 4. Remember that, and Rikki, don’t lose that number.

And as always...

GO ‘DAWGS!!!