Steve Greer, one of the legendary All-SEC and All-American linemen from the Dooley era, a UGA athletics staffer for many years (he helped recruit Herschel Walker) and currently director of football operations, is retiring June 30. UGA legend Dan Magill reminisces about Greer’s career as a player in his latest column in the Athens Banner-Herald. … Another Georgia legend, Rex Robinson, is now blogging. So far he’s written about suspensions and the problems of living in a fishbowl, and on how competition from someone trying to take away his job helped make him a success at UGA. Check it out here. … David Hale of the Bulldogs Blog takes a look at the less-than-stellar prospects for offenses in the SEC in the coming season. Lots of green, relatively inexperienced quarterbacks will be starting, which means the league’s defenses (including Willie Martinez’s at Georgia) shouldn’t be allowing 30-plus points a game. The pressure is on, Hale says.