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So, What Did I Miss?: Thoughts Upon My Return to the Friendly Confines of Bulldog Nation

It has been a busy week in the SEC, as new conference football and basketball schedules were announced, a women's equestrian championship was established, and Kelley Hester was released as the Georgia Bulldogs' women's golf coach.

The Hunt Seat Equitation On The Flat Report: Disaster Strikes in Bishop!

A Recap of Georgia's Performance In The Southern Equestrian Championship.

The Hunt Seat Equitation On The Flat Report: #2 Georgia Downs #7 South Carolina 11-8

A Recap of Saturday's Equestrian Match Between #2 Georgia and #7 South Carolina

Georgia Bulldogs Saturday Summary: You Can't Spell "Tennessee" Phonetically Without "Tennis"

On a full day in Bulldog Nation, the Georgia Bulldogs won in women's soccer, inched up the leaderboard in men's golf, came up just short of another equestrian national championship, and learned why you can't spell "Tennessee" phonetically without "Tennis."

. . . And the Horses in on Which They Rode

Tomorrow, Georgia and Auburn will square off for the women's equestrian national championship. I hate Auburn, by land, by sea, and on horseback. Go 'Dawgs! Auburna delenda est!

Georgia Bulldogs Saturday Summary: Ladies Card Critical Victories in Equestrian and Tennis

On Friday, the Georgia Bulldogs carded critical victories in equestrian, men's swimming and diving, and women's tennis. In addition, the Clayton State Lakers won the Division II NCAA women's basketball championship.

Georgia Bulldogs Saturday Summary: Baseball Extends Winning Streak, Equestrian and Softball Dominate, Gymnastics Disappoints

On a busy Saturday, the Georgia Bulldogs extended their baseball winning streak with a victory over the USC Trojans, dominated the TCU Horned Frogs in equestrian and the LSU Tigers in softball, and came up short against the Michigan Wolverines in gymnastics.

Georgia Bulldogs Claim Victories in Equestrian, Softball, and Women's Tennis on Busy Saturday

The Georgia Bulldogs fielded teams in several sports on Saturday, carding victories in equestrian, softball, and women's tennis while coming up short in gymnastics, men's tennis, and swimming and diving.

Georgia Bulldogs Hire Will Friend as Offensive Line Coach in Late Night 'Dawg Bites

Mark Richt has hired Will Friend to be the Georgia Bulldogs' offensive line coach. Catch up on the latest Red and Black news at Dawg Sports, which runs down the top stories in Bulldog Nation on Monday evening.

Speaking of consecutive national championships . . .

. . . the Georgia equestrian team just won another one, beating out teams from Oklahoma, Texas, and the so-called Loveliest Village of the Plains, all of which are places where they know from horses. Go 'Dawgs!

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