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How Do the 1978 and 2012 Football Seasons Compare?

Though this college football season will produce neither a conference nor a national championship for Georgia, it remains one of the best uncrowned seasons in school history. In that regard, the 2012 Bulldogs resemble the 1978 Georgia team.

How Do the 1941 and 2012 Football Seasons Compare?

Though this college football season will produce neither a conference nor a national title for the Georgia Bulldogs, it remains one of the best uncrowned seasons in school history. In that regard, the 2012 Bulldogs resemble the 1941 Georgia squad.

Coping with the Bulldogs' SEC Title Game Loss

The Georgia Bulldogs' national championship hopes were shattered in Saturday's SEC Championship Game, which has left Bulldog Nation feeling dejected. How long will it take the Red and Black faithful to recover?

Why Football Players at Penn State Should Choose to Become Georgia Bulldogs

Mark Richt has indicated his willingness to recruit Penn State football players for Georgia. How unusual is it for the Bulldogs to sign athletes from the Keystone State?

Boston College Heisman Trophy Snubs: Who Came The Closest?

A look at BC Heisman Snubs throughout history (or the closest the Eagles came to a snub)

Tuesday Morning Dawg Bites: Bulldog Nation Brought Its Beads to Mardi Gras Edition

It's Fat Tuesday, and a special Mardi Gras edition of "Dawg Bites" brings you the latest Georgia Bulldogs news before the beginning of Lent. Find out about Todd Grantham's position moves, Charley Trippi's recent honor, and the rankings earned by the baseball, gymnastics, and lacrosse teams.

Georgia Bulldogs NFL Draft Recap: A.J. Green Headlines SEC-Leading Six-Pick Class

The Georgia Bulldogs had an SEC-leading six players selected in the 2011 NFL Draft, headlined by Cincinnati Bengals-bound receiver A.J. Green. Dawg Sports sums up the Red and Black's representation in the three-day draft.

'Dawgs by Decades: One Man's Odyssey as a Georgia Bulldogs Fan

Dawg Sports traces the odyssey of a Georgia Bulldogs fan decade by decade, from the national championship in 1980 to the uncertainty of 2010.

Why This Super Bowl Sunday Is a Big Day In Bulldog Nation

Super Bowl Sunday is always a big deal, but this particular Super Bowl Sunday has special significance for fans of the Georgia Bulldogs.

Kyle Gets Contrary: The BCS Is Better Than a College Football Playoff

Many college football fans strongly favor dumping the BCS and adopting a playoff. Dawg Sports provides four reasons why the Bowl Championship Series is preferable to a Division I-A tournament.

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