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Wednesday Night Dawg Bites: Mike Leach/Gene Stallings/Romeo Crennel/Billy Bob Thornton Edition

Should we side with Mike Leach or with Craig James? Are the Idaho Vandals coached by Billy Bob Thornton? Is Romeo Crennel a candidate to replace Willie Martinez as the Georgia Bulldogs' defensive coordinator? Find out in Dawg Bites.

But it's hard to pronounced the Georgia defense "fixed" when it allowed 471 yards, even if the...

But it's hard to pronounced the Georgia defense "fixed" when it allowed 471 yards, even if the total is a little bit deceptive because of the number of plays that were run and the number of pass attempts (58) by Jerrod Johnson as the Aggies tried to catch up. The task of truly improving that will fall to whomever takes the now-vacant defensive coordinator position in Athens. As nice a win as this was for Mark Richt, the future of his tenure at Georgia will be decided more by how well he does in that search than by how good his team looked in Shreveport.

Leave it to a South Carolina fan to rain on our parade, but C&F makes a good point. Depressive Kyle thanks you, sir.

Georgia Bulldogs 44, Texas A&M Aggies 20: Declarations From the Independence Bowl

The Georgia Bulldogs returned to Shreveport 18 years after playing in their first Independence Bowl and their 44-20 triumph over the Texas A&M Aggies marked a fresh start for the Red and Black.

Too Much Information: Georgia Bulldogs v. Texas A&M Aggies in the Independence Bowl

The Georgia Bulldogs are on the eve of their Independence Bowl date with the Texas A&M Aggies in Shreveport. Dawg Sports takes a look at the historical and statistical minutiae in "Too Much Information."

Still I Look to Find a Reason to Disbelieve: An Aggie Explains Why a Georgia Fan Should Not Be Confident of Victory in the Independence Bowl

Do fans of the Georgia Bulldogs have cause to be confident about Monday's Independence Bowl? Not according to one fan of the Texas A&M Aggies, they don't.

Texas A&M: In a tradition called "yell practice," the student populace is re-taught how to spell...

Texas A&M: In a tradition called "yell practice," the student populace is re-taught how to spell the word "defense" in an exhaustive two-hour pregame ritual The Onion tackles college football traditions, including one from Georgia's upcoming Independence Bowl opponent

Independence Bowl Preview: Conclusions About the Georgia Bulldogs' and the Texas A&M Aggies' Common Opponents

Dawg Sports has examined the Georgia Bulldogs' and the Texas A&M Aggies' respective outings against the Arkansas Razorbacks and the Oklahoma State Cowboys. Find out what that analysis reveals about the likely outcome of the Independence Bowl.

Independence Bowl Preview: How the Georgia Bulldogs and the Texas A&M Aggies Each Fared Against the Oklahoma State Cowboys

The Georgia Bulldogs and the Texas A&M Aggies each lost similar games to the Oklahoma State Cowboys. Dawg Sports examines both games for their implications in the Independence Bowl.

I really, really, really enjoyed watching Georgia Tech defeat Georgia today.

I really, really, really enjoyed watching Georgia Tech defeat Georgia today.

Having trouble getting your hate on for the Independence Bowl? Here's what SB Nation's Texas A&M blogger had to say a year ago. That ought to get your blood boiling.

Independence Bowl Preview: How the Georgia Bulldogs and the Texas A&M Aggies Each Fared Against the Arkansas Razorbacks

The Georgia Bulldogs and the Texas A&M Aggies will meet in the Independence Bowl after struggling with schedules that included two common opponents. Here is how the two teams match up, based upon their respective outings against the Arkansas Razorbacks.

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