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Losing My Religion: Why Georgia Bulldogs Fans Should Abandon All Hope

Dawg Sports has identified the source of the Georgia Bulldogs' two years of malaise in multiple sports, and the solution is clear. It is time for Bulldog Nation to abandon all hope.

Subpar Season Ends in First-Round Disaster for Gym Dogs

The Georgia Bulldogs' subpar 2010 women's gymnastics season ended in disappointment on Saturday night, as the Gym Dogs were eliminated in the NCAA Regionals on a second-place tiebreaker.

What Are the Gym Dogs' Chances of Winning the Columbia Regional?

The Georgia Bulldogs, five-time defending NCAA gymnastics champions, head into the Columbia Regional as the No. 1 seed despite having a sub-par season by their lofty standards. How likely are the Gym Dogs to win their twelfth regional crown in 13 years?

Gym Dogs Bound for Columbia Regional

The Georgia Bulldogs, five-time defending national champions in women's gymnastics, learned Monday afternoon that they are bound for the Columbia Regional. The Gym Dogs will take the floor as the No. 1 seed on April 10.

Gym Dogs Use Strong Scores in First Two Rotations to Defeat LSU in Home Meet

Despite faltering slightly in the last two rotations of a home gymnastics meet on Friday night, the fifth-ranked Georgia Gym Dogs held on to claim a 196.575-196.05 victory over the tenth-ranked LSU Tigers.

Gym Dogs Uphold High Standards of Georgia Gymnastics Program in Triumph Over Arkansas

After a rocky start to the 2010 campaign, the Georgia Gym Dogs appear to have righted the ship. Their win over Arkansas in snowy Athens on Friday night was a vintage Bulldog gymnastics performance in which the home team saved its best for last.

Gym Dogs Right the Ship in Home Win Over Kentucky

The Gym Dogs snapped a three-meet skid with a 197.2-195.45 win over Kentucky at Stegeman Coliseum on Friday night. The Georgia gymnasts performed up to the standard set by Suzanne Yoculan for the first time this year.

Utah Utes Claim 196.55-196.5 Triumph Over Georgia Gym Dogs in Salt Lake City

For the second straight week, the Gym Dogs were on the road against a top-six perennial gymnastics power. Also for the second straight week, Georgia lost, but there still were some encouraging signs, for those who choose to look for them.

No. 1 Georgia Gym Dogs 195.15, No. 7 Stanford Cardinal 195.05

Football season is behind us but women's gymnastics season is upon us. The top-ranked Georgia Bulldogs began the Jay Clark era with a 195.15-195.05 victory over No. 7 Stanford on Saturday afternoon.

Georgia Gym Dogs Post 197.825 to Claim Fifth Straight National Title for Suzanne Yoculan

The Georgia Bulldogs gymnastics squad sent Suzanne Yoculan out a winner with a command performance to clinch the NCAA national championship.

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