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Sunday Night Dawg Bites: Mike Hamilton, Bill Stewart, Trooper Taylor, and the Latest on the Georgia Bulldogs

Dawg Sports offers an overview of a busy week in intercollegiate athletics, complete with thoughts on Mike Hamilton, Bill Stewart, Trooper Taylor, and the latest on the Georgia Bulldogs.

Fourth and Wrong: Mark Richt, the Georgia Bulldogs, and the Difference Between the Plays That Win SEC Titles and the Plays That Lose Liberty Bowls

As the head coach of the Georgia Bulldogs, Mark Richt faced critical fourth-down decisions against the Clemson Tigers on Aug. 31, 2002, and against the Central Florida Knights on Dec. 31, 2010. Dawg Sports explains the importance of the difference between the two.

Don't Bet On It!: 2010-2011 College Football Bowl Predictions (Part III)

Once college football's postseason gets past Christmas, it's time for the Alamo Bowl and the Texas Bowl, for the Armed Forces Bowl and the Military Bowl. Dawg Sports offers some insights in the latest installment of "Don't Bet On It!" bowl predictions.

The Arkansas Razorbacks Are Considering Joining the Big 12 . . . the Way Barack Obama Would Rather be President of Argentina

The latest, and silliest, internet rumor regarding conference expansion claims the Arkansas Razorbacks are considering bolting the SEC for the Big 12. Dawg Sports makes it clear that this isn't just wrong, it's ludicrous.

Losing My Religion: Why Georgia Bulldogs Fans Should Abandon All Hope

Dawg Sports has identified the source of the Georgia Bulldogs' two years of malaise in multiple sports, and the solution is clear. It is time for Bulldog Nation to abandon all hope.

College Football Playoffs and the Mountain West's Rise: Why a Government Flunky's Watered-Down Letter to a Showboating Senator Poses No Threat to the BCS

Barack Obama's Justice Department recently wrote Orrin Hatch regarding the BCS. Advocates of a college football playoff place too much stock in this development. Dawg Sports explains why the Mountain West will save the status quo in Division I-A.

Big Ten v. SEC: Are Our Fans Crazier Than Theirs?

The Rivalry, Esq., asked whether SEC football fans were more rabid than Big Ten boosters. Dawg Sports explains why Southerners may not love their college teams more but have a stronger cultural connection to them.

Sour Grapes, Bad Policy, and Overkill: Congressman Joe Barton and the College Football Playoff Act of 2009

Texas Congressman Joe Barton recently introduced the College Football Playoff Act of 2009, about which President Barack Obama supposedly is "enthusiastic." Dawg Sports explains why the bipartisan bill is bad for the sport and bad for America.

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