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Peter Moylan's Blog, The Walking Dead Map, And Steve Perry: Around The Perimeter

Dawgs: Two SB Nation communities had polls up yesterday involving the Georgia Bulldogs. Ralphie Report wanted to know which Colorado Buffaloes win of the Dan Hawkins era was the best, with the Georgia game getting no votes. However, Alligator Army's poll on the Florida Gators play of the season saw three plays made against the Dawgs take the gold, silver, and bronze.

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Braves: Atlanta Braves pitcher Peter Moylan is one of us now. I mean he's got a blog, not he's marrying a member of our family. I don't mean to imply that you and I have common family members. Boy I've really stepped in it here. Let me start over. The Braves pitcher blogosphere doubles in size after this news, with Kris Medlen already putting in blog work.

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ATL: Somebody (anybody know who?) has made a cool Google Maps thing plotting all the real-life locations featured in Walking Dead, the comic book version at least. So SPOILER ALERT, especially if you didn't know that an area eight miles ITP can be considered the "outskirts of Atlanta." DAWW sorry I ruined that.

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Hawks: Welcome To Loud City explores the possibility of the Oklahoma City Thunder getting contracted or relocated (TO SEATTLE?), an enlightening read for any NBA fan. And no, the Atlanta Hawks aren't going anywhere.

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Below, Steve Perry leading San Francisco Giants fans in Journey's "Lights." If we had a song like this, what would it be? Do we go Alan Jackson or OJ Da Juiceman?

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Thrashers: I have absolutely no idea what these charts by Copper & Blue mean, but they seem to demonstrate the Atlanta Thrashers front office has room for improvement, just like the rest of us. When discussing hockey, always be very polite, as it is a Canadian sport.

Photographs by coka_koehler used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.