Wednesday brunch buffet

Here are a few things to nibble on:

  • Chris Brown’s got some good stuff from Nick Saban on pass defense that the coach passed along – are you ready for this? – on his radio call-in show.
  • Shorter Dan Wetzel:  progress for the BCS will come when we replace one subjective group of human beings with another.
  • You may be frustrated with Georgia’s defense, but it’s been quite good at one thing – manning up in the fourth quarter.
  • On the other hand, it’s kinda sad to hear ESPN’s Pac-10 blogger refer to the Georgia defense as one that “would be below average in the Pac-10″ and not be able to argue too hard about it.
  • CFN picks Georgia this Saturday, 24-20, in another nail biter.  I’ll take it.
  • Thanks for burying Uncle Ron this weekend, ABC, so I can’t hear him.
  • Talk about damning Al Groh with faint praise, this article mentions Groh’s killer 17-10 career record in October since 2002, “the year U.Va. began its memorable run of back-to-back Continental Tire Bowl championships”.  They’re dusting off his Hall of Fame plaque as you read that.

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  1. Dog in Fla

    “Thanks for burying Uncle Ron this weekend, ABC, so I can’t hear him.”

    And thanks to someone for giving Thom Brennaman the same open week as Tim Tebow