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Four Ways to Break the Georgia Bulldogs' Malaise

The Georgia Bulldogs and their fans have been laboring under two years' worth of malaise. Dawg Sports has four suggestions for ways fans can break the Red and Black out of their downcycle.

Former Georgia football coach Vince Dooley said he does not want to be a distraction. That’s why he ...

Former Georgia football coach Vince Dooley said he does not want to be a distraction. That’s why he declared Friday morning while participating in the 24th annual Quail Unlimited Celebrity Quail Hunt in Albany that he’s not attending the Bulldogs’ Oct. 9 home game against Tennessee, which now is coached by his son, Derek. Vince, who coached the Bulldogs to six Southeastern Conference titles and the 1980 national championship, told The Herald that instead, he plans to watch the game from inside his house. "I’ve really decided now that I will sit home and watch the game," said the legendary Bulldogs coach who coached Georgia to a record of 201-77-10 in 25 seasons. "I think that I’ll be a little bit of a distraction going to the game, so I’ll watch it at home on TV. (My wife Barbara) will go, there ain’t no question about it." After being asked if she would wear orange to the Tennessee-Georgia game, Vince replied, "I don’t know what she’ll do, but I will stay at home." Pressed further on whether he would wear orange when he visits other Tennessee games his son coaches, Dooley replied, "I’m sure (Barbara) will. I may wear something a little more subtle — if orange can be subtle. I certainly won’t wear any in Georgia. But on the proper occasion, I might wear a little spot of orange."

Vince Dooley will not attend the Georgia-Tennessee game. Good call.

All Quiet on the Tuscaloosa Front

Nothing appears imminent, according to David Hale, so we continue to wait and watch. For the record, the Dallas Cowboys are scheduled to take on the Minnesota Vikings at 1:00 p.m. on Sunday, January 17. If Kirby Smart decides to stay put, all of Bulldog Nation probably needs to watch that game and pull hard for the Vikes (the team Brett Favre plays for, not the drug to which he became addicted). Sorry, ausdawg85, but pro loyalties should mean no more to fans than they do to NFL players and owners; we have to be true to our school. Go 'Dawgs!

Tennessee Volunteers 45, Georgia Bulldogs 19: Hitting Rock Bottom on Rocky Top

The Georgia Bulldogs' lopsided loss to a weak Tennessee Volunteer squad was the worst Red and Black defeat of the last decade. Dawg Sports offers an unvarnished assessment of the state of Mark Richt's program in the wake of the sorry performance in Knoxville.

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