Video poem created by young Asian American poet for Jeremy Lin. Supposed to be one of three. Still can't find the other two.
And since it worked so well (and because the author was a bit pressed for time...curse you 9am interviews!), Waking the Red's resident westerner recaps last night's TFC-Santos Laguna semi final match in poetry format. Is it an SBNation first? We'd like to think so. (We promise no more...not until at least TFC makes the playoffs, anyway)
Can the literary contributions of Georgia Bulldogs fans bring the team good luck in this weekend's SEC college football game against the Mississippi Rebels? It can't hurt, which is why Dawg Sports is calling for poetry submissions.
In a new feature, our man Dan Williams rounds up the weeks events in a poem. Yes, a poem. Poems are cool, get cultured!... The transfer windows come and go Money grabbing Darren dealt us a blow B...
In anticipation of the Georgia Bulldogs' big game against the Florida Gators on Saturday, Dawg Sports readers have produced artwork inspired by Chaucer, Frost, Shakespeare, Tennyson, Vonnegut, and even Bonnie Tyler, among others. Here is your chance to vote on which one was the best.
As the Georgia Bulldogs head to Jacksonville for their SEC East showdown with the Florida Gators in the World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party, Dawg Sports offers a special edition of "Too Much Information" to highlight the ways in which the Red and Black faithful can enhance their experience when taking part in the crucial college football contest from afar.
How does a fan help the Georgia Bulldogs prepare for their SEC East showdown with the Florida Gators? Dawg Sports does it by writing a poetic ode to the rebound by the Red and Black in the 2010 college football season.