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Dawgs to get satellite radio deal soon

ATHENS - The Athletic Association's board of directors approved Friday a new four-year contract with WSB that will cover football and men's basketball and coach's television and radio shows. The deal, which is worth $11.4 million, will run through 2010 and immediately replace the current agreement, which would have expired in 2007.

One of the most important aspects of the new deal for Georgia is it gives the school the final word on the hiring and firing of on-air talent. Previously...

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