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Tuesday Night Dawg Bites: Makin' It Rain Edition

Is University of Georgia athletic director Greg McGarity spending enough money to keep the Bulldogs competitive with other SEC baseball, basketball, and football programs?

So, What Did I Miss?: Thoughts Upon My Return to the Friendly Confines of Bulldog Nation

It has been a busy week in the SEC, as new conference football and basketball schedules were announced, a women's equestrian championship was established, and Kelley Hester was released as the Georgia Bulldogs' women's golf coach.

Thursday Morning Dawg Bites Is Glad Our Athletic Director Is Greg McGarity Instead of Some Icelandic Singer

On the eve of a busy weekend in Bulldog Nation, Dawg Sports brings you the latest Georgia Bulldogs news, from Herschel Walker to Sanders Commings to Greg McGarity's efforts to keep the Clemson Tigers on the football schedule for 2013 and 2014.

Why Retaining the Eight-Game SEC Schedule is in the Georgia Bulldogs' Interests

The SEC is working to rearrange its conference football schedule to accommodate 14 teams. Is a nine-game league slate a possibility? Dawg Sports explains why the SEC should stick to eight conference games.

The Counterargument for Clemson: A Respectful Reply to The Feathered Warrior, from One SEC Stalwart to Another

Fans of the Georgia Bulldogs and the South Carolina Gamecocks are divided over whether the Clemson Tigers would make a suitable addition to the SEC if college football's toughest conference expands. Dawg Sports attempts to bridge the gap, SEC rival to SEC rival.

Random Thoughts on SEC Expansion from a Tired Georgia Bulldogs Fan Sitting in an Airport Far From Home

It has been a wild weekend for the SEC, as the Texas A&M Aggies moved the conference expansion conversation into high gear. T. Kyle King of Dawg Sports was in Las Vegas at the time, and he finally found the opportunity to offer some thoughts while sitting in the Phoenix airport.

Georgia Bulldogs' Greg McGarity Shrewdly Outmaneuvers Boise State Broncos with Chick-fil-A Gambit

When Greg McGarity brokered a deal to have the Georgia Bulldogs open the 2011 college football season against the Boise State Broncos in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Classic, did he use the original chicken sandwich to outmaneuver his opponent?

Do the Georgia Bulldogs Have an Upcoming Date with Michigan, Notre Dame, Ohio State, or Penn State?

Greg McGarity suggests that the Georgia Bulldogs may be interested in scheduling a college football series with Michigan, Notre Dame, Ohio State, or Penn State, but will such a series come to pass?

Georgia Bulldogs Go "All In," Agree to Meet Boise State Broncos in Georgia Dome to Open 2011 Season

Despite consecutive college football seasons with disappointing results, the Georgia Bulldogs have agreed to play national championship contender Boise State to open the 2011 campaign. Dawg Sports explains why the Bulldogs have gone "all in" by agreeing to play the Broncos in the Georgia Dome.

Mercer Bears to Resume Dormant Football Program; Resumption of Gridiron Series with Georgia Bulldogs to Follow?

The Macon-based Mercer Bears reportedly have decided to revive their dormant college football program. Dawg Sports explains why the Georgia Bulldogs should take this opportunity to resume their historic gridiron series with the Baptist university.

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