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Dust of Snow: Reflections on the Eve of the Winter of Bulldog Nation's Discontent

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Random Georgia - Clemson Facts from the Mayor

Odds, Ends, and Random Assorted Facts Regarding the Georgia Bulldogs' Rivalry with the Clemson Tigers

How Do the 1978 and 2012 Football Seasons Compare?

Though this college football season will produce neither a conference nor a national championship for Georgia, it remains one of the best uncrowned seasons in school history. In that regard, the 2012 Bulldogs resemble the 1978 Georgia team.

Too Much Information Looks for a Reason to Believe

This year's edition of the World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party likely will determine the winner of the SEC East. Can Mark Richt's once-beaten Georgia Bulldogs upset Will Muschamp's undefeated Florida Gators?

The Release of the BlogPoll Highlights a Full Rich Wednesday Morning's Worth of Dawg Bites

The Georgia Bulldogs are getting ready to face the Vanderbilt Commodores amid high poll rankings, favorable mock BCS standings, and Hall of Fame announcements. Get up to date with Dawg Bites.

What Is the Greatest Highlight in the History of Georgia Bulldogs Football? (Yeah, That's a Rhetorical Question.)

What is the greatest highlight in the history of Georgia Bulldogs football? That's a rhetorical question; the answer is still Buck Belue's 93-yard touchdown pass to Lindsay Scott to beat the Florida Gators in the 1980 national championship season.

Too Much Information: Georgia Bulldogs v. Boise State Broncos

On Labor Day weekend, Atlanta will host the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game and DragonCon. Dawg Sports breaks down the college football matchup between the Georgia Bulldogs and the Boise State Broncos in terms of Frank Herbert's sci-fi masterpiece, "Dune."

Crowell carried it 13 times for 84 yards and 1 TD. Samuel goes 11-82.

Crowell carried it 13 times for 84 yards and 1 TD. Samuel goes 11-82.

So says Benjamin Franklin Belue. Go 'Dawgs!

Former Georgia Assistant Jim Pyburn Dead at 78

Jim Pyburn, a two-sport athlete for the Auburn Tigers who later served as a defensive assistant coach for the Georgia Bulldogs under Vince Dooley from 1964 to 1979, passed away Saturday at age 78. Pyburn played baseball and football on the Plains, parlaying his SEC-leading .432 batting average in 1953 into a three-year career with the Baltimore Orioles. Pyburn's son, Jeff, played quarterback for the Red and Black in the late 1970s, bridging the gap between Ray Goff and Buck Belue. Our sympathies go out to the Pyburn family. Go 'Dawgs!

Bulldogs are being pushed to limit in weightroom and have to check in for all 3 meals...player...

Bulldogs are being pushed to limit in weightroom and have to check in for all 3 meals...player accountability is up at Georgia.

I'd feel much better about this tweet from Buck Belue had it not come within minutes of a Twitter post by Tavarres King stating, "I'm going to be lounging around like Hugh Hefner in say 2 hours." Go 'Dawgs!
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