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Georgia Is Capital One Bowl-Bound

Brad Edwards and Mark Schlabach say so, at any rate. Go 'Dawgs!

We're No. 17!

University of Georgia alumnus Mark Schlabach has the Bulldogs ranked 17th in his pre-preseason poll. Just look where that puts the Red and Black in the East. . . . Go 'Dawgs!

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Don't Let Anyone Ever Tell You That Writing for a Sports Weblog Will Never Pay Dividends

On a trip to Athens for a Georgia Bulldogs football game, T. Kyle King bought a book for his seven-year-old son. Find out why this caused the boy to be impressed with his father.

The NCAA's Four-Game Suspension of the Georgia Bulldogs' A.J. Green Was Unjustified Overkill

The NCAA has suspended the Georgia Bulldogs' A.J. Green for four games for the sale of a jersey. While some punishment was warranted, such a lengthy suspension was irresponsible overkill.

Georgia officials are hoping the NCAA makes a ruling on Green's eligibility as soon as Wednesday. ....

Georgia officials are hoping the NCAA makes a ruling on Green's eligibility as soon as Wednesday. . . . A person familiar with the NCAA investigation told ESPN.com that Green did not sell his jersey on eBay and received less than $1,000 for it. The source said Green has been forthcoming and honest with NCAA investigators, but added there were "some twists and turns" involved with the case. Green, a preseason All-SEC selection, also is linked to the NCAA's ongoing investigation into alleged improper contact with agents by players at Alabama, North Carolina and South Carolina. But a person familiar with the investigation told ESPN.com that Green has adamantly denied attending the agent-sponsored party in Miami or ever traveling to South Florida. . . . Bulldogs coach Mark Richt told reporters he hoped to learn Green's fate sometime this week. "I'd be highly disappointed if we don't hear something this week," Richt said on Tuesday. "I would think we will."

Mark Schlabach has the latest on the NCAA witch hunt. Go 'Dawgs!

The Power of Positive Thinking: Other Bloggers' Favorable Assessments of the Georgia Bulldogs

After two straight disappointing seasons, fans of the Georgia Bulldogs are trying to temper expectations heading into the 2010 football season. What non-Georgia bloggers have to say might give Bulldog Nation cause for hope.

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