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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?

Too Much Information: Georgia Bulldogs v. Boise State Broncos

On Labor Day weekend, Atlanta will host the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game and DragonCon. Dawg Sports breaks down the college football matchup between the Georgia Bulldogs and the Boise State Broncos in terms of Frank Herbert's sci-fi masterpiece, "Dune."

No Pain, No Gain?: Preseason Practice, Injuries, and the Georgia Bulldogs

The Georgia Bulldogs have reintroduced two-a-days, upgraded their conditioning program, . . . and suffered a rash of preseason injuries. Do the benefits of tackling to the ground in football practice outweigh the heightened likelihood of college players getting hurt?

They Are Merely Freshmen: The Encouraging Reaction Given to the Dream Team by the Georgia Bulldogs' Coaching Staff

Last February, Mark Richt signed the Georgia Bulldogs' "Dream Team" 2011 recruiting class. Now, as those freshmen prepare for their first college football season, the coaching staff is sounding just the right note in speaking of the stellar rookies.

Wednesday Night Dawg Bites: Dan Magill, Herschel Walker, and Aircraft Carriers

Dawg Sports brings you up to date on all the news regarding Georgia Bulldogs athletics, including Dan Magill's 90th birthday, Herschel Walker's MMA fight, the Gym Dogs, and why Mark Fox's Hoop Dogs should play the Florida Gators on an aircraft carrier.

Old Wine in New Bottles: Why the Georgia Bulldogs' Change of Strength and Conditioning Coaches Inspires More Hope Than Confidence

In an effort to revitalize the Georgia Bulldogs' strength and conditioning program, Mark Richt has replaced Dave Van Halanger with Joe Tereshinski. Dawg Sports explains why the move inspires more hope than confidence.

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