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Random Georgia - Clemson Facts from the Mayor

Odds, Ends, and Random Assorted Facts Regarding the Georgia Bulldogs' Rivalry with the Clemson Tigers

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...

Former Georgia Assistant Jim Pyburn Dead at 78


Jim Pyburn, a two-sport athlete for the Auburn Tigers who later served as a defensive assistant coach for the Georgia Bulldogs under Vince Dooley from 1964 to 1979, passed away Saturday at age 78. Pyburn played baseball and football on the Plains, parlaying his SEC-leading .432 batting average in 1953 into a three-year career with the Baltimore Orioles. Pyburn's son, Jeff, played quarterback for the Red and Black in the late 1970s, bridging the gap between Ray Goff and Buck Belue. Our sympathies go out to the Pyburn family. Go 'Dawgs!

Mark Richt and Vince Dooley: Georgia Bulldogs Head Football Coaches on Parallel Courses?


Mark Richt changed between fourth down decisions against Clemson in 2002 and Central Florida in 2010, just as Vince Dooley changed between two-point conversion calls against Clemson in 1977 and in...

How Good-Looking is Your Head Coach's Sister?: The Moral Case for Abolishing Overtime in College Football


Should college football do away with overtime and allow teams to tie? Dawg Sports makes the moral case for permitting two teams to duel to a draw.

Not Just Another Joe: In Which Former Georgia Quarterback's Footsteps Will Joe Cox Follow?


Every Georgia Bulldogs football fan is asking the same questions. Can Joe Cox replace Matthew Stafford? Is he the next D.J. Shockley or the next Joe T.? Dawg Sports reaches back and finds the...

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