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Wednesday Morning Dawg Bites: Rivalries, Realignment, Statistics, Shatner, and a Country Singer Caught Drinking in a Church Parking Lot on Sunday Night

Dawg Sports has all the Georgia Bulldogs news deserving of your attention this Wednesday morning. Get up to speed on the latest with this morning's edition of Dawg Bites.

An Anthem to Todd Grantham: The Second-Half Successes of the Georgia Bulldogs' Defense

It's no secret that the Georgia Bulldogs' 3-4 defense has shown marked improvement this college football season, but have Todd Grantham's halftime adjustments restored the Georgia D to Brian VanGorder-like levels? Dawg Sports breaks down the numbers.

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 and Black's prospects for a gridiron revival?

What Sort of Football Season is in Store for the Georgia Bulldogs in 2011?

What sort of football season is in store for Mark Richt, Todd Grantham, and the Georgia Bulldogs in 2011? Dawg Sports identifies two reasons for hope and two causes for concern as Aaron Murray, Isaiah Crowell, and Orson Charles prepare to tee it up this fall.

Dr. Saturday: Defense, Not Running Game, Source of Georgia's Problems

Defense wins championships. That should've gone without saying, but it's nice to have confirmation from a well-informed neutral observer. Go 'Dawgs!

Auburn Tigers' 2010 BCS National Title Confirms That Defense Still Wins Championships in College Football

Offensive coordinator Gus Malzahn and Heisman Trophy winner Cam Newton led the explosive Auburn Tigers to a BCS national championship in the 2010 college football season. Dawg Sports explains why the Plainsmen still proved that defense wins championships.

Who's No. 1?: The First Draft of the Dawg Sports 2010 Preseason SB Nation BlogPoll Ballot

It's getting to be preseason BlogPoll time, and the first draft of the Dawg Sports ballot has been unveiled for your perusal and critique. You may be surprised by the No. 1 college football team.

BlogPoll Ballot Time: Why in the World Should I Rank Any of These Teams?

Voters are beginning to assemble their preseason college football BlogPoll ballots. Dawg Sports identifies a handful of teams that may not deserve to be ranked . . . including the Georgia Bulldogs.

Right Result, Wrong Reasons: Why Mark Richt Really Isn't on the Hot Seat

SB Nation's SEC weblog, Team Speed Kills, reached the correct conclusion that Georgia Bulldogs head coach Mark Richt isn't on the hot seat, but Dawg Sports says the right result was arrived at for the wrong reasons.

Why Fans of the Georgia Bulldogs Should be Worried About the Auburn Tigers in 2010

Should fans of the Georgia Bulldogs be concerned about the renewal of the Deep South's Oldest Rivalry when the Red and Black visit the Loveliest Village to tangle with the Auburn Tigers this football season?

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