Georgia Bulldogs: T. Kyle King Stops By to Talk Georgia/Clemson Rivalry History


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As I mentioned earlier, I’ve got a longform piece up on Bleacher Report examining the historical significance of the Georgia/Clemson rivalry.  One resource that was extremely helpful to me for this project was T. Kyle King and his book Fighting Like Cats and Dogs.  Fortunately, this gave me the perfect opportunity to have Kyle (the first Georgia blogger I followed) on for a podcast.  So here you go.

 

T. Kyle King (@TKyleKing on Twitter) joins Andrew Hall (@DudeYouCrazy) to discuss Mark Richt and the current state of the Georgia Bulldogs football program.  As is most appropriate, the conversation shifts to the upcoming Georgia/Clemson game, and the rich history of the rivalry as explored in King’s book, Fighting Like Cats and Dogs.

 

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Posted on August 27, 2014, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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