Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the offseason in Bulldog Nation.
On Sunday, the Georgia men’s golf team played for the national championship in the NCAA finals and the Bulldogs baseball team attempted to extend its stay in the Corvallis Regional, but both Red and Black squads came up just short, despite valiant efforts. As the current site header attests, this leaves us with just two events on the Georgia sports calendar before the 2011 football season kicks off in the Georgia Dome on the night of September 3, as the track and field team will participate in the NCAA Outdoor Championships in Des Moines, Iowa, from Wednesday, June 8, through Saturday, June 11, and in the USA Track and Field Championships in Eugene, Ore., from Thursday, June 23, through Sunday, June 26.
Then, the void begins.
So, what do you want to talk about in the meantime? Let us know by voting in the poll below.
Where should we focus our attention now that the spring sports seasons are coming to a close?
Wall-to-wall football; all football, all the time! (96 votes)
Plans for the Second Annual Dawg Sports Sacrificial Goat Roast. (2 votes)
How much we rock. (2 votes)
How much we suck. (11 votes)
How much we need to fire somebody, and which somebody it ought to be. (7 votes)
All things recruiting. (5 votes)
Recruiting, but not oversigning. (6 votes)
Oversigning, but with civility. (0 votes)
Oversigning, but with personal insults galore. (1 vote)
Basketball, now that we've gotten our hooks into Kyle. (4 votes)
Soccer. (I'm being serious.) (5 votes)
Soccer. (I'm being sarcastic.) (6 votes)
All things Uga. (14 votes)
All things grammar. (4 votes)
Is there any chance we could go back to including a picture of Kristin Davis with every posting? (12 votes)
Butter and the weather (a/k/a "DavetheDawg Wednesdays"). (1 vote)
"Every Day Should be Cocktail Thursday." (10 votes)
Brisket v. pork: a debate for the barbecurious. (20 votes)
All open comment threads, all the time. (2 votes)
None of the above. (I have explained in the comments.) (3 votes)
211 total votes