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Where Do the 2012 'Dawgs Stand in Georgia History?

Though this college football season will produce neither a conference championship nor a national title, it remains one of the best uncrowned seasons in Georgia history. In that regard, the 2012 Bulldogs resemble the 1912 Georgia team.

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!

Georgia Bulldogs' 2013 and 2014 College Football Series with Clemson Tigers Evidently Saved

Though the 2013 and 2014 renewals of the college football rivalry between the Clemson Tigers and the Georgia Bulldogs recently appeared threatened by ACC and SEC expansion, athletic directors Greg McGarity and Terry Don Phillips have reaffirmed their commitment to ensuring the series takes place as planned. Dawg Sports explains why this development is both important and encouraging.

'Dawgs by Decades: One Man's Odyssey as a Georgia Bulldogs Fan

Dawg Sports traces the odyssey of a Georgia Bulldogs fan decade by decade, from the national championship in 1980 to the uncertainty of 2010.

It's Bad Enough They Saddled Us With the Uniform Start Date . . .

A biography of Branch Rickey features a passage describing a Georgia-Michigan baseball game in 1912 in which "a strong throw home seemed to beat the runner." By the end of the posting in which that quotation appears, the Maize and Blue faithful are making reference to "a bad call by some crack-pot, home-cooking umpire from Georgia in 1912." A biographer says a throw "seemed" to get there ahead of the runner, and, all of a sudden, it's "a bad call by some crack-pot, home-cooking umpire from Georgia"? Gracious! As bad as all that! Maybe I missed the part where it said the guy who was in Georgia was from Georgia, and I certainly missed the part where one arguable decision made the guy a "crack-pot" 98 years after the fact, but I know this: Bob McWhorter was playing for the Red and Black in 1912, so we were better than they were then, and we're better than they are now. Yeah, yeah, yeah, we have to put off baseball season because they have bad weather up there. Hey, I drove home from Athens in a snowstorm last Friday, so I don't want to hear about it. If they feel they were wronged by officiating improprieties almost a century ago, they can grab their gloves and their cups, head on down to Foley Field, and play a little ball. Go 'Dawgs!

Why Georgia Should Stop Spending So Much on Basketball and Invest in the Diamond Dogs

Lately, basketball has been getting all the attention and baseball has been generating all the wins. It's time the Georgia Bulldogs invested in success on the diamond rather than overpaying for an underperforming hardwood squad.

The Georgia Bulldogs Baseball Update

With games upcoming against two sets of Tigers---Clemson and LSU---this week, the Diamond Dogs have their work cut out for them. Dawg Sports brings you the baseball update for Georgia Bulldogs fans.

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