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Thursday Morning Dawg Bites: The Continental Edition

The Georgia Bulldogs have been in action overseas in England and in Italy, while Mark Richt's football team conducted its first fall scrimmage. Dawg Sports brings you the latest.

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Sorry For All the Football from Fox Sports 1


Do you dream of bathing in an unending wave of college football goodness? Do you ever feel like you just see too much of your girlfriend, the sun or your Jack Russell, Bo?  If so, do we have...

Georgia Bulldogs 2012 Olympic Update: Reese Hoffa, Allison Schmitt Medal for U.S.

Track and field athlete Reese Hoffa and swimmer Allison Schmitt took home two more Olympic medals for the United States, and for the Georgia Bulldogs.

Friday Morning Dawg Bites: Kolton Houston Means That We're One Day Closer to Fall

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.

Georgia Bulldogs 2012 Olympic Update: Allison is the Schmitt!

Georgia Bulldog Allison Schmitt, already the recipient of bronze and silver medals at the 2012 London Olympics, took home the gold on Tuesday, setting new American and Olympic records in the process.

Georgia Bulldogs 2012 Olympic Update: Allison Schmitt Shines, John Isner Advances

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.

Georgia Bulldogs Sunday Sports Summary: John Isner, Allison Schmitt Shine in 2012 London Olympics


Georgia Bulldogs John Isner and Allison Schmitt both shined for the United States on the first day of the 2012 London Olympics, with Schmitt's swimming relay team taking home a bronze medal.

Georgia Bulldogs Sunday Sports Summary: Two Red and Black Greats Come Home to Athens, While a Third Goes Home to Glory


It has been a busy week for the Georgia Bulldogs, as several Red and Black athletes have been preparing for the Olympics, two former Bulldog standouts have been hired as assistant coaches in...

Georgia Bulldogs Commemorate Independence Day by Sending 24 Athletes to 2012 London Olympics


As Americans celebrate Independence Day, they also look forward to the London Olympics later this month. The Georgia Bulldogs will be well represented at the 2012 Summer Games.

Georgia Bulldogs Sunday Sports Summary: Red and Black Track and Field Alumni Earn Olympic Bids


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.,...

Oh, swell . . .


. . . I guess they're going to have to make up some more B.S. about how the hedges are dying again. I know it's been 15 years, but I'm still incensed about it. They announced that the 1996 Olympic soccer match or game or whatever the heck they call it would be played in Sanford Stadium, so the hedges would have to be uprooted to make room for the wider soccer field. Folks understandably were outraged, so, like "Days of Our Lives" responding to fans' objections about the death of Dr. Marlena Evans Brady, they changed their story in midstream; for one, it was a twin sister who died, and, for the other, it was the cockamamie excuse that the hedges were dying and had to be uprooted, anyway . . . yet, when the Olympics came to Athens, the hedges in the end zones and at the 50 yard line (the only hedges that didn't get in the way of the wider field) were right there where they always had been. It was bogus then, and it's bogus now. Why did we bother winning the Cold War if we're going to let this communist kickball be played on American soil? O.K., rant over. Thanks to David Hale for bringing this to my attention. Go 'Dawgs!

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