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Power To The Blogs/5'O clock somewhere

I'm way behind in adding some interesting new blogs to our links, but needless to say there are many out there I hadn't discovered before---many of whom are connected to sudden blog ringleader Brian at mgoblog.

Keep it up everyone, there's some great discussion going on amongst the main blogs I'm reading right now (EDSBS.com, HeismanPundit, mgoblog) and the peripheral connected blogs.  Great stuff.

Basically, there's this festive feeling going on and discussion amongst disparate groups of passionate fans.  And also someone like noted documentarian of fan behavior, Warren St. John, who runs fanopticon.

It took about a year, but I think college football blogs are reaching some kind of critical mass of intelligence and energy that's nowhere near the real-world impact of the Powerline type blogs from last year's election, but I do sense that there's a handful of really smart people providing information outside the main channels (read---going above the heads of the sometimes misguided national writers).  This is all very good.

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