Dawgs: Georgia Bulldogs QB Aaron Murray estimates he's watched film of the Dawgs' loss to the Florida Gators more than ten times by now. An impressive feat by a possibly OCD-empowered redshirt freshman, and one which inspires Mark Richt to start quoting Mobb Deep. You ain't a Richt, son.â†µ
ATL: Reddit bros are starting to plot Atlanta locales filmed in the premier episode of AMC's Walking Dead, the second most Atlanta zombie program of all time behind only the last few weeks of the Jim Mora Jr. pandemic.â†µ
Braves: Roto Hardball, SB Nation's brand new fantasy baseball community, educates us on oblique strains, the injury that knocked Atlanta Braves closer Billy Wagner out of the San Francisco Giants series and into early retirement. After reading it you will immediately want to either do much more or much less core work -- please leave a comment stating which effect you're feeling.â†µ
Thrashers: Copper & Blue, our Edmonton Oilers community, spreadsheets the payrolls of each NHL team in an interesting way. To the college football-addled mind it looks like a recruiting chart, with the Atlanta Thrashers possessing no five- or four-stars, but an above-average collection of two-stars.â†µ
Jackets: Georgia St. Panthers football coach Bill Curry swears he didn't fire Steve Spurrier when coming aboard as Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets head coach in 1980. Spurrier was Tech's quarterbacks coach under Pepper Rodgers, a man I feel like I mention for one reason or another in every 12th post I write on this network. Spurrier went on to spend some time in the Duke Blue Devils sports lab before unleashing his greatest invention on the world in 1990: college football.