UGA Today 10-Jan-15

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UGA Today 10-Jan-15

David Andrews leads Nick Chubb
Photo: Rob Saye/Bulldawg Illustrated

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UGA Today

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MARSHALL FOOTBALL: TE coach/recruiting coordinator Hartley takes job at Georgia

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Georgia men’s basketball needs to “emotionally let go” to prepare for LSU

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Mark Richt Claims He Had To Correct Brian Schottenheimer On How To Refer To The “Georgia-Florida Game”

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DaugMan’s Chronicles

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Money flowing right now for Georgia football coaches

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Mark Richt keeps getting his man

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Take Two: Better running back, Nick Chubb or Leonard Fournette?

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Sizing up QBs at top of Schottenheimer’s to-do list

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Other News

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Yes, ESPN is experimenting with in-studio announcers for college basketball games – Awful Announcing

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Ohio State, Oregon recover quickly after major NCAA violations

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It’s Time For The SEC To Have Inter-conference Football Challanges

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NRV-Bcsj2uY&feature=em-uploademail

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Market behind dramatic rise in coaches’ pay

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Dawg Treats

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Music by PanicFan

[su_box title=”Stevie Wonder ~ NYC ~ 1972″ box_color=”#3c3939″ title_color=”#ffffff”]1. For Once In My Life
2. If You Really Love Me
3. Superwoman
4. You And I
5. Interview
6. What’s Going On/My Cherie Amour
7. Blowing In The Wind
8.With A Chid’s Heart
9. Love Having You Around
10. Signed Sealed Delivered/Papa Was A Rolling Stone
11. Superstition
12. Maybe Your Baby/Superstition Outro
13. Uptight Everything’s Alright

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F34NsBhUakk

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Stuff

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Greg is closing in on 11 years writing about and photographing UGA sports. While often wrong and/or out of focus, it has been a long, strange trip full of fun and new friends.