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Up From 6-7: What Do the Numbers Tell Us About What Ailed the Georgia Bulldogs in 2010?


Two old college football rivals, the Georgia Bulldogs and the Clemson Tigers, both inexplicably went 6-7 last season. What do the statistics tell us about where the schools stand, and about the Red...

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Sorry For All the Football from Fox Sports 1


Do you dream of bathing in an unending wave of college football goodness? Do you ever feel like you just see too much of your girlfriend, the sun or your Jack Russell, Bo?  If so, do we have...

Do the Georgia Bulldogs Have an Upcoming Date with Michigan, Notre Dame, Ohio State, or Penn State?


Greg McGarity suggests that the Georgia Bulldogs may be interested in scheduling a college football series with Michigan, Notre Dame, Ohio State, or Penn State, but will such a series come to pass?

A Poetic Ode to the Georgia Bulldogs as They Prepare to Face the Florida Gators in the World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party


How does a fan help the Georgia Bulldogs prepare for their SEC East showdown with the Florida Gators? Dawg Sports does it by writing a poetic ode to the rebound by the Red and Black in the 2010...

Poll Question: How Do the Georgia Bulldogs Fix What Ails Them?


Dawg Sports has spent the week discussing possible options for the Georgia Bulldogs. Now it's your turn to cast your vote. How should Mark Richt's team go about turning around its season?

Missed It By That Much: How Close Are the Georgia Bulldogs to Being a Good Football Team?


In sports, the difference between winning and losing is a matter of inches and consistency. Dawg Sports examines how close the Georgia Bulldogs are to being a good football team.

Tuesday Night Dawg Bites: A.J. Green Appealing, Dennis Johnson Injured, and Steve Spurrier and Todd Grantham Trading Barbs


Dawg Sports brings you the latest news on the Georgia Bulldogs, including A.J. Green's appeal, Arkansas Razorbacks running back Dennis Johnson's injury, and the exchange of barbs between Steve...

Would an SEC Championship Game Rematch Between the Georgia Bulldogs and the Auburn Tigers Enhance or Diminish the Deep South's Oldest Rivalry?


Prompted by Big Ten fans' reaction to moving the Michigan-Ohio State game and a posting by SB Nation's Holly Anderson, Dawg Sports asks readers whether an SEC Championship Game rematch between the...

Preseason College Football BlogPoll Released: Alabama Crimson Tide Consensus No. 1; Georgia Bulldogs in at No. 21


The 2010 preseason college football BlogPoll has been released at SB Nation. Where is your favorite team ranked?

Back to the Future: How the NCAA Can Solve the Problems of Oversigning and Grayshirting in College Football


Les Miles's recent treatment of LSU Tigers recruit Elliott Porter has called additional attention to the problems of oversigning and grayshirting in college football. Dawg Sports proposes that the...

John Isner, Wimbledon, the Georgia Bulldogs, and the Long March of History


Former Georgia Bulldogs star John Isner made history at Wimbledon this week. Dawg Sports places Isner's achievement in the context of the history of Bulldog tennis, the University, and the state.

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