Football's not the sport the Dawgs play.
Yes, it's football season, but in addition to the gridiron, Bulldogs compete on courts, fields, courses, and tracks.
John Isner was eliminated, Chase Vasser was suspended, Kolton Houston was ineligible, and the coaches' poll was released. It was a busy day for the Georgia Bulldogs.
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The Georgia Bulldogs continue to be well represented at the 2012 London Olympics, where John Isner advanced in tennis and Allison Schmitt continued to distinguish herself in swimming.
Isaiah Crowell's arrest and dismissal were not the only items of news concerning the Georgia Bulldogs this week. Among the many positive items to report was Allison Schmitt's success at the U.S. Olympic swimming trials.
The Georgia Bulldogs' sports teams' seasons all are over, but that doesn't mean the Red and Black are idle, as several current and former Georgia track and field athletes were in Eugene, Ore., attempting to qualify for the 2012 London Olympic Games.