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The Georgia Bulldogs, the Southeastern Conference, and Having a Sense of Urgency About Chasing National Championships

The SEC claimed national championships in several sports, including basketball and football, in the 2011-'12 academic year, yet the Georgia Bulldogs won exactly none of them. What needs to happen in order for that to change?

Georgia Bulldogs' Athletic Director Scores a 9.9 in Women's Gymnastics But Is Charged With an Error in Baseball

Georgia Bulldogs athletic director Greg McGarity acted decisively when firing Jay Clark and replacing him with Danna Durante, so why is he failing to do likewise regarding David Perno, Foley Field, and the Red and Black baseball program?

Jay Clark Resigns as Gym Dogs' Head Coach; Greg McGarity Passes First Major Test as Georgia Athletic Director

Georgia athletic director Greg McGarity has accepted Jay Clark's resignation as head coach of the Gym Dogs. While regrettable, the move was necessary, and McGarity passed his first major test as the Bulldogs' athletic director.

McGarity's Old Boss May Support Him on Preserving Rivalries

Florida sources say the Gators are interested in preserving their yearly series with LSU. That feared 10-4 vote may be a 9-5 vote, or more likely even an 8-6 vote (since new Eastern Division member Missouri wants to play new Western Division member Texas A&M every autumn), which would mean skilled athletic directors Greg McGarity and Jeremy Foley only need to bring along two more votes. Stay tuned. . . . Go 'Dawgs!

Lunch Hour Dawg Bites: Georgia Golfers Represent U.S., Uga Named Top Mascot, and Greg McGarity is No Jeremy Foley

The Georgia Bulldogs men's golf team has distinguished itself yet again by contributing two members of the U.S. Walker Cup team, while Uga again has been named the top mascot in college football and Greg McGarity has distinguished himself from his old boss, Jeremy Foley.

To What Extent is Mark Richt's Job Security Affected by Scandals at Rival Schools?

The consensus heading into the 2011 college football season is that Mark Richt is on the hot seat at Georgia, but could his job security be affected favorably by the scandals in which several of the Bulldogs' rivals presently find themselves embroiled?

Are Hartman Fund Contributors Sending the Signal That Mark Richt's Job is Not Yet in Real Jeopardy?

Much of the talk during the college football offseason has concerned whether Mark Richt finds himself on the hot seat in 2011, but Georgia Bulldogs season ticket holders appear to be giving at a rate that suggests the coach is not yet in real jeopardy.

Where the Georgia Bulldogs Stand One Year After Damon Evans's Wild Ride

One year ago, University of Georgia athletic director Damon Evans was arrested for DUI. Dawg Sports looks back on those events from twelve months later, putting the transition from Evans to Greg McGarity into the context of the Bulldogs' history.

Georgia Bulldogs Still Have Tickets Available for Football Opener Against Boise State Broncos

The Georgia Bulldogs still have tickets available for the football season opener against the Boise State Broncos in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Classic in the Georgia Dome. This is good news for fans, but is it a concern for Greg McGarity and Mark Richt?

Gym Dogs Finish in Fourth-Place Tie at Nationals in What Ought to be Jay Clark's Last Meet at Georgia

For the second straight season, the Gym Dogs did not make the Super Six at the NCAA Gymnastics Championships. Dawg Sports explains why the Georgia Bulldogs' fourth-place tie in the opening session should mark the end of the line for Jay Clark as head coach.

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