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Georgia Makes History in Win Over Clemson

It's always an historic occasion whenever the Georgia Bulldogs meet the Clemson Tigers, but the 2014 edition of the rivalry recalls the series' storied heritage more than most.

Review: Kyle King's Fighting Like Cats and Dogs

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The former Dawg Sports editor's book on the Georgia-Clemson rivalry is an informative, engaging read that showcases King's passion for the rivalry and for college football history more generally.

Kyle King Trip Report from the Gator Bowl

T Kyle King gives us a trip report from the Gator Bowl vs. Aksarben.

Online Supplement to Fighting Like Cats and Dogs Now Available for Download

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The chapters covering 1897 to 1976 are now available for download. For the period from 1977 to 2003, you may order your personalized autographed copy at FightingLikeCatsandDogs.com.

Online Supplement to Fighting Like Cats and Dogs Now Available for Download

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The chapters covering 1897 to 1976 are now available for download. For the period from 1977 to 2003, you may order your personalized autographed copy at FightingLikeCatsandDogs.com. Go 'Dawgs!

The Georgia Bulldogs, Excessive Injuries, and a Trip (and Fall) Down Memory Lane

The year was 1965. Despite being led by the previous autumn’s SEC coach of the year, second-season skipper Vince Dooley, the Georgia Bulldogs were picked to finish near the bottom of the league due...

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A Visiting Fan's Travelogue from a Trip to Clemson

About the game itself, I have little to offer beyond what I already have offered; however, I thought I would provide a brief recap (composed mostly of pictures) of a whirlwind Labor Day weekend,...

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Touring Tiger Town: A Georgia Fan's Clemson Travel

Kyle discusses his trip to Clemson

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Kyle on the Clemson game

The Mayor gives his stuff on last night's disappointing opener.

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Georgia Bulldogs v. Clemson Tigers: Annotated Scoring and Record by Decade

Since CDAWG7 reasonably requested additional data regarding the upcoming outing between the Georgia Bulldogs and the Clemson Tigers, and since Dawg Haus had some valid constructive criticisms of F...

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