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Georgia Tech: Friday Links

   Posted by From The Rumble Seat at  1/22/2010 6:31:37 AM  |  Follow us on Twitter: @scacchoops
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Here are some links to help you get through a "productive" Friday. But first...since when did Georgia Tech get a female beat writer for the AJC (Carroll Rogers)? I rarely follow the AJC, I read Coley Harvey of the Macon Telegraph instead. Well, as long as she isn't Heather Dinich.....

Yellow Jackets and the NFL Draft

Seahawks Draft Blog: Derrick Morgan in the draft lab
This Seattle Seahawks blog talks some Derrick Morgan NFL potential.

MCM 2010 NFL Draft Boom, Bust or Bleh: Georgia Tech DE Derrick Morgan - Music City Miracles
A closer look at Georgia Tech DE Derrick Morgan. Would he be a good fit for the Titans?

Jonathan Dwyer NFL Draft scouting report - Mocking The Draft
An in-depth look at the premier power back in the 2010 draft.

Eagles Could Use Some Bees | Inside the Iggles | A Philadelphia Eagles Blog
With the 2009 season in the rear view mirror, it's time to turn our attention to fixing the Eagles problems. I got to see the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets in person a few times over the last two years. All three of the players mentioned in the article really caught my eye. It just so happens that each plays a position of need for our beloved Birds.

100 in 100: Jonathan Dwyer (9 of 100) - Niners Nation
For multiple reasons, Dwyer has climbed up the board and is considered among the top 5 running backs entering the draft this year. Punishing, Menacing, Pain inflicting are just a few expressions that describe the Yellow Jackets back quite well.

Tech Basketball, Keith Brooking, and Al Groh

Can Tech win basketball, football titles in same year? | Jeff Schultz
Georgia Tech, led by Derrick Favors, has the talent to win the ACC championship in the same year it won the conference title in football.

There Is No Such Thing as "Running Up the Score" in the NFL - Daily Norseman
Keith Brooking is whining and crying about the Vikings being big, mean bullies or something. Whatever.

The New Georgia Tech DC Al Groh Hits The Ground Running | isportsweb
The New Defensive Coordinator At Georgia Tech Al Groh Will Make A Difference For 2010

 

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