Shame and Disgrace in the SEC: The Tiger Hotel in Columbia, MO
There are some topics we generally don't discuss here at Dawg Sports. Our focus has always been first and foremost on University of Georgia Athletics and there are some topics that as civilized...
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Steve Spurrier has reinstated South Carolina Gamecocks quarterback Stephen Garcia. Basketball recruit Kevin Ware has given his verbal commitment to Rick Pitino's Louisville Cardinals. Sports Illustrated has detailed the alleged transgressions of recently-resigned Ohio State Buckeyes head football coach Jim Tressel. Dawg Sports sees this as a slow news day.
Dawg Sports co-author T. Kyle King has returned from Memphis, and he will be discussing the Georgia Bulldogs' Liberty Bowl loss to the Central Florida Knights with John Frary on ESPN Radio this evening.
Dawg Sports offers a few random thoughts on the Heisman Trophy, the BCS, the Liberty Bowl, and the Georgia-Georgia Tech basketball game . . . basically, everything important in Bulldog Nation except Urban Meyer's retirement!
If you didn't already get your fill from Too Much Information, or if you're more of an auditory learner than a visual learner, please tune in to Kit Kitchens's podcast, which once again features me...
Dawg Sports presents a sarcastic report explaining the fictitious incident causing the Georgia Bulldogs to disband their athletics program. Yes, this is a joke.
T. Kyle King of Dawg Sports will be making his regular weekly radio appearance with John Frary on ESPN Radio 1420 out of St. Augustine approximately at 7:25 on Tuesday night to discuss the Georgia Bulldogs.
An interesting legal question has been raised by the Blogger Who Came In From the Cold. A warrant for Alec Ogletree's arrest was issued on Thursday, presumably before the close of the business day...
With college football season starting Thursday night, Dawg Sports has a lot of information to share about the Fulmer Cup, Nike Pro Combat uniforms in the World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party, and the new Big Ten divisions.
Even though he showed up a couple of days early, today is Greg McGarity's first official day as the athletic director at his alma mater. If you haven't taken the time to do so already, drop him a...
The Georgia Bulldogs are within two weeks of the start of college football season, and Dawg Sports has the rundown on Greg McGarity's new contract, upcoming events at SB Nation, and why some prequels remain unmade.
Dawg Sports brings you your Wednesday night edition of Dawg bites, complete with Georgia's rise in the college rankings, the collapse of the WAC, and complimentary beer in a thin atmosphere.
Reports indicate that the University of Georgia is about to hire Greg McGarity, a former Bulldog athlete who works as Florida Gators head honcho Jeremy Foley's right-hand man, as athletic director. Dawg Sports welcomes McGarity home and highlights the challenges awaiting him in Athens.
Doug Gillett has launched a Twitter campaign to compel Volvo to market the V60 station wagon in the United States. Dawg Sports supports him in his valiant effort.
Hidden behind the headlines are a trio of tragedies which warrant the attention of all members of the Georgia Bulldogs family. Here's how you can help.
University of Georgia president Michael Adams has drawn considerable criticism from Bulldogs fans over the years. Should the Red and Black faithful trust him to hire Damon Evans's replacement as athletic director?
With Damon Evans's fate all but sealed, it is time for the Georgia Bulldogs to move forward with finding a new athletic director. Dawg Sports supports University of Florida senior associate AD Greg McGarity for the post.
In light of the latest reports regarding University of Georgia athletic director Damon Evans's arrest, Dawg Sports has reached with regret the conclusion that the Bulldog athletic program must be put under the direction of a new leader.
All Georgia Bulldogs fans are a little shell-shocked right now. Dawg Sports invites your participation in the Damon Evans open comment thread.