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Q&A w/ Good Bull Hunting - The A&M SB Nation Site

Trying to understand Texas A&M a little bit better.

SEC Power Poll (Week Four): Is It a Tiger Eat Tiger World?

How does the SEC stand following another wild weekend of college football? Find out how Dawg Sports ranks the toughest conference in the country in this week's SEC Power Poll ballot.

The Economist: The Parable of Detroit

IT IS hardly news that the city of Detroit has been in long-term decline, a victim of everything from the problems of the "big three" carmakers to family breakdown, crime and middle-class flight, both black and white. But the scale of the recent collapse has caught even hardened Detroiters by surprise. When the results from the most recent decennial census appeared earlier this year, they showed that in the decade from 2000 to 2010 Detroit lost an astonishing 25% of its population, a demographic catastrophe (New Orleans apart) without parallel in the developed world. .... Yet despite all the gloom, there is a bit of a sense that things might just be starting to turn, and the reason is simple: Detroit is now incredibly cheap. And that has drawn some admittedly rather pioneering types back into town. http://www.economist.com/node/21533407?frsc=dg|a

Offseason Looms as Georgia Bulldogs' Sports Year Comes to a Close

For fans of the Georgia Bulldogs, the offseason truly looms. What should Bulldog Nation be discussing between now and the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Classic on September 3? Dawg Sports invites reader feedback in the latest fan preference poll.

Detroit’s Renewal, Slow-Cooked

"In this city, a much-heralded emblem of industrial-age decline, and home to a cripplingly bad economy, a troubled school system, racial segregation and sometimes unheeded crime, there is one place where most everyone — black, white, poor, rich, urban, not — will invariably recommend you eat: Slows Bar B Q."

Where Should Fans of the Georgia Bulldogs Turn if the Decline of Their Football Team Forces Them to Change Religions?

Fans of the Georgia Bulldogs have explored every temporal option for correcting the problems of their football team, but Dawg Sports (jokingly) suggests an eternal fix: changing religions.

Where I Come From: Tailgating Traditions

Tailgating traditions and a basic barbecue rub recipe

"Don't Mess With Texas": Why Snagging the Longhorns is Critical if the SEC is to Survive Big Ten Expansion

Big Ten expansion may force the SEC to bring in new teams in order to keep up financially. Dawg Sports looks at the landscape and concludes that, history and rivalries aside, the SEC really has no choice but to do whatever it takes to snag the Texas Longhorns.

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