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Random Georgia - Clemson Facts from the Mayor

Odds, Ends, and Random Assorted Facts Regarding the Georgia Bulldogs' Rivalry with the Clemson Tigers



"The big thing for me is our secondary," Swinney said. "If I'm sitting in the stands, that's what I'm watching. There are a lot of question marks coming out of last season. "To be fair to those guys, we were very thin going into last season, and then we just get decimated by injuries. But compared to where we were at this time last year, we have nine new pieces - eight signees and Martin Jenkins, who was out all year. So we have nine new guys to work with, out of 15 on scholarship."

Dabo Swinney on the Clemson secondary. Go 'Dawgs!

Assume The Position: Previewing The Running Backs.


Yesterday kicked off what will be an action-packed series of previews here at Dawg Sports, as Editor Emeritus T. Kyle King stopped by to preview the game he wrote the book on. Today we shift gears...

2013 Football Season Preview: 'Dawgs at Tigers

The defending SEC East champion Georgia Bulldogs kick off their 2013 campaign by renewing their age-old rivalry with the Clemson Tigers. Another close game between the two teams is likely . . . but...

With Apologies for the Shameless Self-Promotion


The fine fellows from the Half Cocked Podcast were kind enough to have me on the show to discuss Fighting Like Cats and Dogs, the 2013 college football season, and the Georgia Bulldogs' Palmetto State rivalries . . . both of them. Go 'Dawgs!

The Summer Of Johnny.


Because I simply could not resist: So here's what we know. This summer Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel has played in the Pebble Beach Pro Am, threw out the first pitch at a major league...

Fighting Like Cats and Dogs

On Labor Day weekend, the Georgia Bulldogs and the Clemson Tigers will renew hostilities on the gridiron. Here's your chance to learn about the series' glorious past in Fighting Like Cats and Dogs.


SEC Scheduling - Wherein We Take the Third Option

Much has been made over the past year or two of the issue of SEC scheduling. Much of that has focused on whether permanent inter-divisional rivals should exist and whether we should have an eight...

Hit Me One More Time: A Rebuttal To Mr. Sanchez.


MaconDawg sets out the equally pragmatic and high-minded arguments in favor of moving to a 9 game SEC football slate.

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