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                Dec. 17th  The Weekly Blitz with Joe Lisi and Corey Allen 

Join Host Joe Lisi (former ABC Sports college football researcher) and co-host Corey Allen (former UGA WR). Joe and Corey discuss the 2013 bowl season which kicks off this weekend on December 21st. Listen to Joe and Corey as they speak with FOX Sports college football analyst Charles Davis and former Georgia Bulldog LB Randall Godfrey (NFL-Dallas, Tennessee, Seattle and San Diego).

Charles Davis is a former Tennessee Volunteer defensive back from 1982-1986. Davis is the lead analyst for Fox Sports college football with play-by-play announcer Gus Johnson. 

Randall Godfrey is a former Georgia Bulldog linebacker who played in Athens from 1992-1995. Godfrey is 8th All-time on the Bulldogs career tackles list with 365 total tackles. He was drafted 49th overall in the 1996 NFL Draft by the Dallas Cowboys. 

Godfrey played for Dallas (1996-1999), Tennessee (2000-2002), Seattle (2003), San Diego (2004-2006) and Washington (2007). 

Godfrey currently runs the Randall Godfrey All-Star football youth camp in Georgia. The website (see below):


Corey Allen was a former Georgia Bulldog wide receiver from 1994-1997. He finished his career with 63 receptions for 908 yards with 14.4 yards per catch and 5 touchdowns.He has two of the most dramatic touchdown receptions in Bulldogs history in the late 90's. His historic touchdown catch in the 1996 Georgia vs. Auburn set the stage for the 1st SEC OT game. Georgia went on to defeat the Tigers in 4 OT's. His last second touchdown catch in 1997 in Atlanta sealed the victory for the 'Dawgs over their cross town rival the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets. 

Joseph Lisi is a former ABC Sports college football researcher. He is the owner of www.NCAABLITZ.com and www.GOFORTHE2.COM. Joseph is a MAC writer for www.Rantsports.com- You can follow him on YOUTUBE at: MRJAL2230 or on Twitter @Goforthe2

Joe has a weekly radio show on www.blogtalkradio.com called :