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Loyal listeners to the finest Rebel podcast on all of the internets, we apologize for last night's sudden no-go. We got caught up in lady folks calling us and being all like "hey you wanna go to some restaurant because I have a gift card that I need to use" to which we naturally answer "well duh is it an Italian place" to which she replies "yes" to which we all reply "that's great because I wanna eat bruschetta and get droopy-eyed after a bottle of chianti and I can't think of a person I'd rather do that with than you" to which she says "oh stop it you little rascal" and then everybody has a great time. [ED: I was on a date, okay.] We will make it up to you tonight with a SPECIAL ONE DAY LATE EDITION of Red Cup Radio. I hope you can forgive us.
Here are the BlogPoll Results for this Week
Results for Week 4
SB Nation BlogPoll College Football Rankings 2011
It doesn't appear yet that the SEC Power Poll results are up but, frankly, we all know where the Rebels fall amongst their Southeastern bretheren. Once they're up, though, I'll surely link them for you all.
Rebels Without a Cause: What Every Georgia Fan Shoud Know about Ole Miss | DawgSports
So this is their attempt at a HATE WEEK, I see. Good effort, Georgia.
Injuries and Ineligibility Jeopardize Georgia's OL | AJC UGA Sports
Starting Bulldog RG Chris Burnette is out with a knee injury he sustained in practice. The starting center, Ben Jones, will move over to his spot, allowing freshman David Andrews to fill in at his position. The starting LG, Kenarious Gates, just returned to practice this eek after suffering an ankle injury in week one. Kolton Houston, another Bulldog offensive lineman, won't play this week due to an "NCAA issue." All of this raises an interesting question which we, likely, won't like the answer to: will our front seven be able to take advantage of Georgia's offensive line woes?
Georgia vs. Ole Miss: The Manic-Depressive Preview | SBNation.com
SBNation and EDSBS Contributor Doug Gillette, in previewing this weekend's matchup, boils it down to what really matters to most of the respective school's undergrads as well as those of us here in the blogosphere:
Thousands of Georgia girls and thousands of Ole Miss girls in one town all at the same time? Plus it's an event that only comes around every four years or so. This is like my Olympics, bro-ham.
Well said, Manic Doug.
Forward Together Campaign Reaches $20M Mark | OleMissSports.com
The Forward Together campaign, which shouldn't be confused with the Forward Rebels group of newspaper advertisement notoriety, has reached $20M since launching a month ago. The end goal, as you surely remember, is $150M.