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Has the Mark Richt "Hot Seat" Nonsense Resumed?

Is Mark Richt back on the hot seat? Is Mark Fox on the verge of leading the Georgia Bulldogs to the CBI? These questions are up for discussion on this Slow News Day Tuesday.

Georgia Takes Tennessee, 51-44, in Wild Shootout

No one expected a 51-44 shootout in Saturday night's SEC college football game between the Georgia Bulldogs and the Tennessee Volunteers, but the Red and Black found a way to win a losable game to improve to 5-0.

Georgia Bulldogs at Missouri Tigers: Too Much Information

You've seen all the other previews, now check out the Dawg Sports forecast of tomorrow night's SEC football opener between the Georgia Bulldogs and the Missouri Tigers!

2012 Preseason College Football BlogPoll Ballot: It's the SEC West's World, and We're Just Living in It

The 2012 college football season is almost upon us, so it is time for SB Nation sports bloggers to cast their preseason BlogPoll ballots. Will the Alabama Crimson Tide repeat as the BCS national champions?

Monday Morning Dawg Bites: Football Football Football Football Football Football Football! Edition

It's game week in Athens, and Dawg Sports is here to get you ready for the start of the Georgia Bulldogs' 2012 college football season, and for the Red and Black's games against Buffalo and Missouri.

So, What Did I Miss?: Thoughts Upon My Return to the Friendly Confines of Bulldog Nation

It has been a busy week in the SEC, as new conference football and basketball schedules were announced, a women's equestrian championship was established, and Kelley Hester was released as the Georgia Bulldogs' women's golf coach.

How the SEC and the Big 12 Should Go About Setting Up a College Football Scheduling Agreement

The SEC and the Big 12 have agreed to a January bowl pairing, so can a college football scheduling arrangement be far behind? Dawg Sports examines how such pairings might work between two 14-member leagues.

Why the Georgia Bulldogs Should Not Want to Become the Missouri Tigers' New Rivals

The Missouri Tigers are headed to the SEC East and looking for a new rival to replace the Kansas Jayhawks. Mizzou's first conference game in the 2012 college football season will be against the Georgia Bulldogs, who do not want to be the Tigers' new rival.

Tuesday Morning Dawg Bites: National Conference Expansion Tournament of the Week Edition

Dawg Sports reports on Georgia Bulldogs baseball, softball, men's golf, and men's lacrosse, as well as conference expansion, in this morning's edition of "Dawg Bites."

Why It Is Time for the Georgia Bulldogs to Leave the SEC

The SEC has been through many changes in the last 25 years, most of which have ceased to serve the interests of the University of Georgia. Dawg Sports wonders whether the time has come for the Bulldogs to secede from the Southeastern Conference.

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