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Greg McGarity is Officially on the Job as the New University of Georgia Athletic Director

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...

Hiring of New Athletic Director Greg McGarity Both Rare and Well Done for Georgia Bulldogs

Greg McGarity has been introduced officially as the new University of Georgia athletic director. Dawg Sports notes how seamless a transition this has been for the Bulldogs, who have a history of disasters in such matters.

Why Hiring Greg McGarity Means the Georgia Bulldogs Are About to Dominate the Florida Gators

Greg McGarity evidently is headed to Athens to take over the Georgia Bulldogs' struggling athletics program. Dawg Sports explains why this means that the Red and Black are about to start dominating the Florida Gators in the World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party.

Seth Emerson Says Greg McGarity Is For Sure, For Sure

It looks like Athens's favorite son will be coming home tomorrow. Go 'Dawgs!

The Challenges Awaiting Greg McGarity as He Assumes the Athletic Directorship in Athens

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.

Richt spoke to acting AD Frank Crumley today, and Crumley told him there would be an announcement...

Richt spoke to acting AD Frank Crumley today, and Crumley told him there would be an announcement on new AD "soon."

It's not official, but it's danged close. Go 'Dawgs!

Breaking News: Greg McGarity Evidently Athens-Bound

If this is accurate, this is great news! Go 'Dawgs!

I am writing to enthusiastically recommend William Gregory McGarity ("Greg") to the position of...

I am writing to enthusiastically recommend William Gregory McGarity ("Greg") to the position of Athletic Director at the University of Georgia. I have known Greg since childhood, as he and I went to school together in Athens. First and foremost, although he has spent the last 18 years at the University of Florida, Greg is indeed a bulldog. From 1973-1992, Greg worked his way up from a student assistant to the facilities and event management for the UGA Athletic Association. . . . Unfortunately for the Dawgs, the University of Florida recognized his talent and hard work ethic and he was off to Gainesville in the summer of 1992. Greg has excelled at UF during his time there. As much as you and I hate to admit it, Florida is an athletic powerhouse. I believe Greg has a lot to do with the teams’ success. . . . . . . Greg’s 37 years of work at two of the strongest athletic associations in the country make him the best candidate for the AD job. He has learned what it takes to run the entire department; whether it be managing events, searching for coaches, scheduling, or managing the budget, he knows and has executed it all. He is ready to get back to his hometown and to serve his alma mater in this distinguished position. I hope you will give him the fullest consideration possible.

Congressman Jack Kingston, a great American. NCT, don't hold it against him that he's a Republican . . . or that he split an infinitive. :) Go 'Dawgs!

Which is More Important for the Georgia Bulldogs: Getting the Right Athletic Director or Getting the Right Uga?

It's the central question dividing Bulldog Nation: which of the choices facing the Georgia Bulldogs is more important, the hiring of a new athletic director or the anointing of a new Uga?

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Five things I don't believe about Georgia in 2010

So RedCrake posted yesterday, during T Kyle's vacation, on his beliefs for the upcoming season.  While I originally planned a post about the nature of the CB's in Georgia's new defensive scheme...

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