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Your College Football Bowl Game TV Schedule!!!

A visually pleasing chart detailing the TV details for every college football bowl game.

Every 2011 NCAA Basketball Tournament Game Will Be Televised

I know I'm new to this whole "paying attention to college basketball" thing, but this is going to be the first year in which every NCAA Tournament game is televised? For crying out loud, every two-bit bowl game pitting MAC and Conference USA also-rans has been televised on ESPN for the last 20 years, and they're only now getting around to televising the entire NCAA Tournament? You have to be kidding me! Go 'Dawgs!

Don't Bet On It!: 2010-2011 College Football Bowl Predictions (Part VII)

The Auburn Tigers are slated to meet up with the Oregon Ducks in the BCS National Championship Game to determine the No. 1 team in college football. Dawg Sports picks the winner in "Don't Bet On It!"

Don't Bet On It!: 2010-2011 College Football Bowl Predictions (Part V)

The SEC will have college football conference bragging rights on the line when the Alabama Crimson Tide, Florida Gators, and South Carolina Gamecocks take the field for bowl games on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day. Dawg Sports predicts those three teams will go 2-1. Find out which one will lose in "Don't Bet On It!"

Don't Bet On It!: 2010-2011 College Football Bowl Predictions (Part IV)

Who will win when the Miami Hurricanes renew their rivalry with the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in the Sun Bowl? Dawg Sports predicts the winners of the late December college football bowl games in "Don't Bet On It!"

Don't Bet On It!: 2010-2011 College Football Bowl Predictions (Part II)

Are you chomping at the bit to learn which teams will win such college football postseason classics as the Independence Bowl, the Little Caesar's Bowl, and the Poinsettia Bowl? You're in luck! Dawg Sports has the latest round of bowl predictions.

Don't Bet On It!: 2010-2011 College Football Bowl Predictions (Part I)

The first college football bowl games are less than a week away. Dawg Sports begins the arduous process of predicting every Division I-A postseason tilt, starting with the first five bowls on the slate.

Why the Accuracy of Bowls and Polls is Better for College Football Than the Finality of a Division I-A Playoff

Dr. Saturday's well-respected Matt Hinton eschews the Boise State debate in favor of a Division I-A college football playoff. Dawg Sports disagrees, preferring debate and accuracy to boredom and finality.

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Evaluating the Reevaluation: A Response to Spears

Now that Mark Richt is coming under fire from fans, some supporters of the Georgia Bulldogs are claiming that the glory run from 2002 to 2005 was not so glorious, after all. Dawg Sports is having none of that nonsense.

New Year's Day Big Ten-SEC Battles to Air Opposite One Another

They're rearranging your New Year's Day. The good news is that you get to sleep in a little later. The bad news is that there are fewer hours of football from start to finish. The great news is that you won't have to watch any of it on Fox. The upshot is that the odds are pretty good that, at 2:00 p.m. on January 1, 2011, you'll be watching the Bulldogs play a Big Ten team in the Sunshine State. Go 'Dawgs!

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