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"I went by the cemetery to talk to my dad," Kubiak said. "When I got there, I told him, ‘Dad, I...

"I went by the cemetery to talk to my dad," Kubiak said. "When I got there, I told him, ‘Dad, I can’t believe we’re finally here. We’ve got a playoff game today.’ I know he was listening. My dad loved this city. He grew up here and worked here, and when I came home to coach, he was very proud of me. Saturday was a proud day for him, too."

-Gary Kubiak, trying to make me cry and successfully making me feel like a heel for ever questioning whether he should be coaching the Texans this year

Two More Kings Dug Doug Kingsmore Stadium: A First-Hand Report on the Diamond Dogs' Loss at Clemson

David Perno (literally) crossed paths with T. Kyle King of Dawg Sports before the Georgia Bulldogs' 14-6 loss to the Clemson Tigers at Doug Kingsmore Stadium on Wednesday night. Here is a first-hand account of the Diamond Dogs' trip to Fort Hill.

Georgia Bulldogs 38, Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles 0: Yes, But . . .

The Georgia Bulldogs took care of the Division I-AA Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles at homecoming on Saturday, but how much can be read into the Red and Black's victory? Dawg Sports puts the win into context.

Mark Richt: Why I Want to Believe a Nice Guy Can Finish First

Bulldog Nation is a place of turmoil with tough decisions to make. Dawg Sports hopes Mark Richt makes the difficult decision so the Georgia faithful won't have to make a difficult one of their own.

Georgia Bulldogs 20, Arizona State Sun Devils 17

The Georgia Bulldogs escaped from soggy Sanford Stadium with a last-second 20-17 win over the Arizona State Sun Devils. What are the Red and Black faithful to make of it? Dawg Sports offers some answers.

Kevin Butler's 60-Yard Field Goal to Beat the Clemson Tigers: An Open Letter to My Son on the 25th Anniversary of a Great Georgia Bulldogs Victory

25 years ago today, Kevin Butler's famous 60-yard field goal allowed the Georgia Bulldogs to beat the second-ranked Clemson Tigers and inspired one of Lewis Grizzard's most famous columns. T. Kyle King commemorates the day accordingly.

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