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Wednesday Morning Dawg Bites: "Old Man Football" Edition

The Georgia Bulldogs will welcome the Missouri Tigers to the SEC this Saturday night. Dawg Sports brings you all the latest news from an important week of college football.

As the Quality of the South Carolina Gamecocks' Play Has Risen, the Quality of Steve Spurrier's Snark Has Declined

As the South Carolina Gamecocks have become a force in the SEC East, Steve Spurrier's verbal jabs have become cheaper, weaker, and more nakedly hypocritical, particularly concerning the Georgia Bulldogs.

BlogPoll Preseason College Football Top 25 Rankings: Why Limit Ourselves to Looking Ahead to 2012?

The 2011 college football season ended only a week ago, so, naturally, it's time to begin compiling pre-preseason top 25 rankings for 2012! Dawg Sports wonders, though . . . why should we limit ourselves to looking ahead only to next year?

Georgia Bulldogs Now Finding It Easier to List Which Running Backs Are Playing

The Georgia Bulldogs' tailback rotation took another hit on Monday when it was announced that Carlton Thomas will be suspended at least for the college football season opener against the Boise State Broncos. Dawg Sports reacts . . . badly.

Why Did the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Drop the Ball on the Demaryius Thomas Story?

The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets were placed on NCAA probation following a 20-month investigation into the Institute's football and men's basketball programs. Dawg Sports wants to know why the Atlanta Journal-Constitution failed to report the story until the day sanctions were announced.

Georgia Bulldogs v. South Carolina Gamecocks: The Haphazard Ill-Informed Roundball Preview

With a berth in the NCAA men's basketball tournament on the line, the Georgia Bulldogs will host the South Carolina Gamecocks at Stegeman Coliseum on Saturday night. Dawg Sports previews the game that may earn Mark Fox's Bulldogs an at-large bid.

Mark Richt and Vince Dooley: Georgia Bulldogs Head Football Coaches on Parallel Courses?

Mark Richt changed between fourth down decisions against Clemson in 2002 and Central Florida in 2010, just as Vince Dooley changed between two-point conversion calls against Clemson in 1977 and in 1983. What lessons should the Georgia Bulldogs learn from these parallels?

Why the Georgia Bulldogs Can and Should Play the Clemson Tigers in the Georgia Dome to Open the 2015 College Football Season

There is a new athletic director in Athens, neutral site games at the Georgia Dome are being scheduled, and contests close to home are being favored. Dawg Sports explains why the Georgia Bulldogs can and should begin the 2015 college football season against the Clemson Tigers in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Classic in Atlanta.

A Brief History Lesson About University of Georgia Athletics and Goats

As readers of SB Nation's Georgia Bulldogs weblog, Dawg Sports, prepare for the site's first annual "sacrificial goat roast," T. Kyle King provides a brief history lesson on the Red and Black's original mascot.

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