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OL? LOL!: Why Tyler Dawgden's Confidence in the Georgia Bulldogs' Offensive Line is Unwarranted at This Juncture

Some fans are hopeful that the Georgia Bulldogs' offensive line will improve during the 2012 college football season. Dawg Sports isn't so sure about that.

Will the Dawgs avoid the seemingly endless mistakes against Kentucky? I know, I know. This is just...

Will the Dawgs avoid the seemingly endless mistakes against Kentucky? I know, I know. This is just a 'let down' question in disguise. Maybe I can't let 08 and 09 go. Maybe I worry about giving a them an Ole Miss like chance because of our confidence. Maybe I just threw up because I imagined them scoring 4 TDs on wheel routes. When did I become Kyle King? Tyler Dawgden asks a rhetorical question. Go 'Dawgs!

We know the drill. Yeah, the QB is coming back, but his top two targets from 2010 are now in the...

We know the drill. Yeah, the QB is coming back, but his top two targets from 2010 are now in the NFL. Nearly 50% of the catches and over 50% of the yards receiving from last year have to be replaced. Only two guys with over 300 yards receiving last season are back. Only two guys returning caught 25+ passes in 2010. Not a good thing for a QB to try to over come, especially with a brand new offensive coordinator. Wait, you thought I meant Aaron Murray? I'm talking about Boise State's Kellen Moore. For comparison sake, Aaron lost a shade over 40% of the catches and just under 48% of the yards receiving from 2010.

Georgia Sports Blog on the Broncos' passing game. Go 'Dawgs!

This Is Hilarious Satire, . . .

. . . assuming, of course, that it's actually satire, and not a transcript of an actual television program. Honestly, it's gotten to the point that parodying the Boise State love is like spoofing an "Airplane!" movie or satirizing an Oliver Stone film; some things are just self-spoofing. Go 'Dawgs!

Third and Wrong: Why Fans Should Maintain Perspective Regarding the Georgia Bulldogs' Third-Down Conversion Rate Under Todd Grantham

While happy with the outcome, fans of the Georgia Bulldogs are concerned that the Kentucky Wildcats converted nine of 15 third downs against Todd Grantham's defense. Dawg Sports offers a bit of helpful perspective on that statistic.

BADDD (Bloggers Against 'Dawgs Driving Drunk): Why Running Stadium Steps is Not Enough

With alcohol-related arrests involving the Georgia Bulldogs continuing to pile up, sports bloggers debate how seriously DUI arrests ought to be sanctioned. Dawg Sports makes the case for keeping the consequences harsh.

From the RTT Archives: January 22

One year ago today: The basketball Vols were No. 3 in the country, John Calipari was, surprise, acting ugly, Kentucky was beating us 72-66, and fans were wondering whether the cop "who caught up"...

Talking points: what's up with the Georgia Bulldogs edition

Huh. Funny how I found this in the Georgia 'sphere, but Georgia Sports Blog says that there's a rumor that coach Fulmer yanked the reigns out of Dave Clawson's hands and called the plays for the...

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Georgia Sports Blog: Catching Up with Matt Stinchcomb

PWD: What was the worst or toughest place to play? MS: Tennessee is a really tough place to play as an opponent. I think fans in general don't realize the impact they have on the game, but the fans...

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