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How the SEC and the Big 12 Should Go About Setting Up a College Football Scheduling Agreement

The SEC and the Big 12 have agreed to a January bowl pairing, so can a college football scheduling arrangement be far behind? Dawg Sports examines how such pairings might work between two 14-member leagues.

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.

2010 College Football Preseason Predictions Revisited, Redux

With the 2011 college football season rapidly approaching, Dawg Sports is going back over the 2010 campaign before moving forward. Find out how SB Nation's Georgia Bulldogs weblog fared in forecasting the conference champions and bowl winners.

2010 College Football Preseason Predictions Revisited

The 2011 college football season is fast upon us, so it's well past time for Dawg Sports to revisit the 2010 college football predictions made last summer. Find out what Dawg Sports got right . . . and wrong.

When May a Georgia Bulldogs Fan Root for Another Conference Against the SEC?

The BCS National Championship Game, the Women's College World Series finals, and the Nashville Super Regional of the NCAA Baseball Tournament all pitted Pac-12 teams against SEC squads, causing fans of the Georgia Bulldogs to wonder when it is acceptable to set aside conference pride.

Lot of College Football Changes Comin'; NCAA Best be Payin' Them Some Mind

As the price of paycheck games rises, college football programs from BCS conferences are turning to the Division I-AA (FCS) ranks to find easy opponents. Will the NCAA soon be facing Division I-A (FBS) contraction . . . or even secession?

California (Pac-10), Georgia (SEC), and Notre Dame (Big East), all of whom participated in the Old...

California (Pac-10), Georgia (SEC), and Notre Dame (Big East), all of whom participated in the Old Spice Classic last Thanksgiving are ticketed for the CBE Classic in Kansas City this year, alongside Missouri (Big 12).

Chris Dobbertean is thinking ahead to next basketball season, which will see Georgia taking on some tough competition in November (without Travis Leslie, whose confirmation of what we already knew I did not report, because it struck me as "Francisco Franco is still dead"-style information, but with Nemanja Djurisic). Go 'Dawgs!

Where Should Greg McGarity Turn If Jay Clark is to be Replaced as Head Coach of the Gym Dogs?

The Georgia Bulldogs women's gymnastics program has fallen off considerably since Jay Clark took over for Suzanne Yoculan. If Greg McGarity must replace him as head coach of the Gym Dogs, where should Georgia turn?

Hating the Huskies: An Oregon Fan Helps Bulldog Nation Develop Disdain for Washington

As Mark Fox's Georgia Bulldogs prepare for their showdown with the Washington Huskies in the NCAA men's basketball tournament, an Oregon Ducks fan provides Bulldog Nation with some insights into UW's fans and traditions.

Georgia Bulldogs v. Washington Huskies: The Haphazard Ill-Informed NCAA Basketball Tournament Preview

Mark Fox's Georgia Bulldogs open the NCAA men's basketball tournament against the Pac-10 champion Washington Huskies in Charlotte on Friday night. Dawg Sports breaks down the important matchup.

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