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What Signing DL Toby Johnson Says About Mark Richt

The Georgia Bulldogs added the 33rd member of their 2013 college football recruiting class two weeks after National Signing Day. What does junior college defensive lineman Toby Johnson's belated...

Has the Mark Richt "Hot Seat" Nonsense Resumed?

Is Mark Richt back on the hot seat? Is Mark Fox on the verge of leading the Georgia Bulldogs to the CBI? These questions are up for discussion on this Slow News Day Tuesday.

Mark Richt's First Eleven Years with the Georgia Bulldogs: An Assessment (Part Two)

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Mark Richt made it off the coaching "hot seat" during the 2011 college football season. Dawg Sports looks at the Georgia Bulldogs' records against Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Florida, Georgia Tech,...

Mark Richt's First Eleven Years with the Georgia Bulldogs: An Assessment (Part One)

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In 2011, Mark Richt joined Wally Butts and Vince Dooley as one of the only men to have served as the head coach of the Georgia Bulldogs for more than ten seasons. Here is how Coach Richt stacks up...

Georgia Bulldogs Coaches: Is Their Stock Rising, Falling, or Holding Steady?

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Is the stock of the Georgia Bulldogs' coaches rising, falling, or holding steady? Dawg Sports looks at Mark Richt, Todd Grantham, Mark Fox, Jay Clark, David Perno, and Andy Landers.

He's a great coach, he's the best thing that's happened to this program since Vince Dooley. We've...

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He's a great coach, he's the best thing that's happened to this program since Vince Dooley. We've just gotta go out there and play ball this year. We've still got goals we want to achieve. We want to go to the SEC, I mean we went last year but we want to win. We want to go to Miami, for the national championship.

Bacarri Rambo has the right attitude. Go 'Dawgs!

BlogPoll Preseason College Football Top 25 Rankings: Why Limit Ourselves to Looking Ahead to 2012?

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The 2011 college football season ended only a week ago, so, naturally, it's time to begin compiling pre-preseason top 25 rankings for 2012! Dawg Sports wonders, though . . . why should we limit...

Georgia's Mark Richt entered 2011 on one of the hottest seats in the country. Despite having won at...

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Georgia's Mark Richt entered 2011 on one of the hottest seats in the country. Despite having won at least nine games in seven of 10 seasons (they had done so seven times in 18 seasons before Richt arrived), the grumbles that began when the Dawgs didn't win the national title in 2008 (after beginning the season No. 1), grew considerably when Georgia fell to 6-7 in 2010. The perception was that things could totally fall apart if and/or when Richt began 2011 poorly. And sure enough, Georgia was picked apart by Boise State and lost via some crazy bounces against South Carolina. Georgia was 0-2, and Richt was supposedly on his last legs in Athens. But anyone who looked at Georgia's schedule knew the Dawgs could go on a major run if they held together. They did, and they did. The defense clicked, and the offense did just enough. Georgia held all but one of its final 10 opponents under 21 points and, when South Carolina stumbled offensively, they not only caught the Gamecocks in the standings, but surpassed them for Richt's first SEC East title since 2005.

Bill Connelly gives props to Mark Richt. That almost makes up for the fact that he listed all four of Georgia's losses among the top 100 games of the 2011 college football season. Almost. Go 'Dawgs!

2011 SEC Power Poll: The Final Verdict

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The 2011 college football season has concluded, and the time has come to rank the twelve current teams of the Southeastern Conference in the final edition of the SEC Power Poll. Where did your...

How Mark Richt Saved Christmas

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2011 has been a tumultuous year for college football, but one of the few positive stories of the season has been the resurgence of the SEC East champion Georgia Bulldogs. Dawg Sports examines how...

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