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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."

Georgia Bulldogs 2011 Season Preview: The Boise State Game

The 2011 college football season is roughly 45 days away, so the time has come to take a look at the Georgia Bulldogs' season opener against the Boise State Broncos in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Classic at Atlanta's Georgia Dome.

If Nick Marshall Is Any Indication, the "Dream Team" Is Ready to Play for the Georgia Bulldogs

The early returns on the 2011 "Dream Team" recruiting class suggest that star signee Nick Marshall is ready to play for the Georgia Bulldogs this college football season.

Georgia Bulldogs Kickoff Preseason Annual Available for Pre-Order

Fans of the Georgia Bulldogs, take heart! The Red and Black's 2011 college football season preview from Maple Street Press, edited by T. Kyle King of Dawg Sports, is available for pre-order!

Tuesday Night Dawg Bites: John Isner Wins at Wimbledon, Mark Fox's Recruiting Lags for Georgia Bulldogs

How did John Isner fare in his Wimbledon rematch with Nicolas Mahut? How is Mark Fox faring on the basketball recruiting trail for the Georgia Bulldogs? Where can you pre-order your 2011 Georgia football Maple Street Press annual? Dawg Sports has all this and more.

Pre-Order Your Maple Street Press 2011 Georgia Bulldogs Football Annual Today!

This has been a public service announcement. (Hat tip to podunkdawg for spotting that the link was live before I did.) Go 'Dawgs!

My Interview with OBNUG

As you saw yesterday, the fine fellows at SB Nation's Boise State weblog, One Bronco Nation Under God, are busy previewing the season opener in the Georgia Dome. My answers to OBNUG's interview questions have been posted there. By the way, the stats I had on Aaron Murray were taken from the article profiling the Georgia quarterback in the upcoming Maple Street Press annual, which is due to hit newsstands on July 12! Go 'Dawgs!

How to Implement an 18-Game SEC Basketball Schedule Without Doing Away with the Divisions

The SEC is discussing doing away with the divisions in basketball and switching to an 18-game conference schedule. Dawg Sports has a solution which would allow the league to keep its divisions, make the SEC Tournament seeding more fair, renew old rivalries, and increase the number of conference games.

An Announcement That Guarantees Georgia Bulldogs Fans Will Have a Happy Memorial Day

Dawg Sports has an announcement that guarantees Georgia Bulldogs football fans will have a happy Memorial Day.

While I respect your desire not to buy anything about the Florida Gators . . .

. . . I received my copy of Spencer (Orson Swindle) Hall's Maple Street Press annual a few days ago and I am pleased to report that all that was changed in my rundown of the Georgia-Florida rivalry was the title (I called it "The World's Shortest Written History of the World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party"). If you haven't gotten it, go get it. If you don't feel right about ordering a Florida annual, find a friend who's a Florida fan and get him to do it for you. I'm sure skigator93 would be willing to order a bunch of copies, provided he's reimbursed for his time and expense. Go 'Dawgs!

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