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Are Mark Fox's Georgia Bulldogs NCAA Tournament-Bound?: Tuesday Dawg Bites Looks at Hoops, Gymnastics, Aaron Murray, and the Florida Gators

In Tuesday's Dawg bites, Dawg Sports looks at Aaron Murray, Mark Fox's Hoop Dogs, Jay Clark's Gym Dogs, and the competing schools of thought on Mark Richt. Drop by for all your Georgia Bulldogs sports news!

Congratulations to UCLA on the 2010 NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championship!

The five-time defending national champion Gym Dogs were not even present for the NCAA Championships in women's gymnastics, which qualifies this season as an unmitigated disaster, but UCLA took home the title. This is good news, because it means third-place Alabama and fifth-place Florida didn't win the title. Georgia, Alabama, UCLA, and Utah remain the only four teams ever to have won national championships in collegiate women's gymnastics. In the individual competition, Georgia's Courtney McCool finished tied for second place on the balance beam. Go 'Dawgs!

Subpar Season Ends in First-Round Disaster for Gym Dogs

The Georgia Bulldogs' subpar 2010 women's gymnastics season ended in disappointment on Saturday night, as the Gym Dogs were eliminated in the NCAA Regionals on a second-place tiebreaker.

Gym Dogs Place Third at SEC Gymnastics Championships, Post 196.825 Mark Heading Into NCAA Regionals

2010 has been a difficult transition year for Jay Clark's Gym Dogs, but the Georgia gymnastics squad posted a respectable 196.825 score en route to a third-place finish at the SEC Gymnastics Championships.

Georgia Sports Report: Bulldogs Reach Milestones in Track and Tennis, Gym Dogs Triumph at Senior Night While Diamond Dogs Fall in Ninth

On a busy weekend for the Georgia Bulldogs, a sophomore won a national championship in indoor track, Manuel Diaz reached a milestone, the Gym Dogs ended the regular season with a win, and the Diamond Dogs fell in the ninth.

Georgia Sports Report: Diamond Dogs Prevail at Home While Fox Hounds and Gym Dogs Fall Away From Athens

Two out of three Georgia Bulldogs squads came up short on a busy Friday evening, as Mark Fox's Hoop Dogs fell to Vanderbilt in Nashville and Jay Clark's Gym Dogs lost to Michigan in Ann Arbor while David Perno's Diamond Dogs defeated Siena at Foley Field.

Georgia Bulldogs Embarrassed on Road in Baseball and Basketball, Impressive at Home in Gymnastics

On a busy Saturday in Bulldog Nation, Mark Fox's Hoop Dogs and David Perno's Diamond Dogs lost embarrassing road games, while Jay Clark's Gym Dogs notched an important home victory in a gymnastics meet between top five teams.

Gym Dogs Use Strong Scores in First Two Rotations to Defeat LSU in Home Meet

Despite faltering slightly in the last two rotations of a home gymnastics meet on Friday night, the fifth-ranked Georgia Gym Dogs held on to claim a 196.575-196.05 victory over the tenth-ranked LSU Tigers.

Gym Dogs Fall to Gators in Closely-Contested Meet in Gainesville

Jay Clark's Gym Dogs fell to the Florida Gators in Gainesville on Friday night, but Georgia's overall 197.15 score suggests that the Red and Black remain competitive in the post-Suzanne Yoculan era.

Gym Dogs Uphold High Standards of Georgia Gymnastics Program in Triumph Over Arkansas

After a rocky start to the 2010 campaign, the Georgia Gym Dogs appear to have righted the ship. Their win over Arkansas in snowy Athens on Friday night was a vintage Bulldog gymnastics performance in which the home team saved its best for last.

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