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Dawgs After Dark: The Georgia Bulldogs, the Clemson Tigers, the Boise State Broncos, and the Common Thread Connecting 1982 to 2011


The Georgia Bulldogs will be opening the 2011 college football season with a Labor Day weekend night game against the Boise State Broncos. Dawg Sports recalls a similar, and similarly important,...

Gators Eat Boogers


Apparently, someone is unaware that, when the original hedges were removed to accommodate 1996 Olympic soccer, clippings from the original hedges were used to grow the new hedges. After that appalling display of ignorance, additional (and typical) appalling displays of ignorance follow. There's a reason why vineyarddawg hates Florida. Go 'Dawgs!

A Georgia Bulldogs Fan Reacts to the Toomer's Corner Oaks Being Poisoned: Thoughts from the Other Side of the Deep South's Oldest Rivalry


The Toomer's Corner oaks, an integral part of one of the Auburn Tigers' longstanding college football traditions, were poisoned. A Georgia Bulldogs fan offers his reaction from the opposite side of...

Why Gregg Doyel's Defense of NCAA Tournament Expansion Justifies Opposing a College Football Playoff


CBS Sportsline's Gregg Doyel has defended the idea of expanding the NCAA tournament field to 96 teams, and his arguments demonstrate why it is vitally important that there never be a playoff in...

Not Just Another Joe: In Which Former Georgia Quarterback's Footsteps Will Joe Cox Follow?


Every Georgia Bulldogs football fan is asking the same questions. Can Joe Cox replace Matthew Stafford? Is he the next D.J. Shockley or the next Joe T.? Dawg Sports reaches back and finds the...

A Brief Lesson on the History of the Hedges


When visiting teams claim victory in Sanford Stadium, opposing players and fans sometimes grab a piece of the historic hedges. Dawg Sports takes a look at the history of a practice which all...

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