Dealing Dan Uggla, Defending Nick Fairley, And Letting Down Northwestern: Around The Perimeter

Jackets: The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets loss to the Kennesaw St. Owls was so bad, even Northwestern Wildcats fans are upset about it. Oops, we screwed up your strength of schedule!

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Dawgs: An Auburn Tigers fan speaks up for poor Nick Fairley. In defense of the good and confusing name of Plair Tigle Nation, he's quickly shouted down.

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Jackets: Paul Johnson says he's tried 40 different players on special teams this year, and nothing's working. His solution: fire the special teams coaches, which would mean firing everybody, which doesn't sound all that drastic after the Kansas Jayhawks and Miami Hurricanes games.

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 Braves: It's not often you see a more-or-less consensus on a personnel move in sports, but I've yet to see a writer who  thinks the Atlanta Braves got the short end of the Dan Uggla deal. Our Florida Marlins community is starting to wonder whether their front office is stupid. Their words, not mine.

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