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Don't Bet On It!: Labor Day Weekend College Football National Game of Disinterest

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Game week is here! The 2011 college football season is set to begin on Labor Day weekend, and Dawg Sports is predicting the outcomes for the opening Saturday's slate of games . . . and a Labor Day...

I called his agent late Thursday afternoon to check into whether Friedgen had talked to Georgia...

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I called his agent late Thursday afternoon to check into whether Friedgen had talked to Georgia about becoming the offensive line coach/running game coordinator. "I don’t think there’s any truth to that," Jack Reale said. . . . Reale said Friedgen and Richt know each other, but he had not heard that they had spoken. "I would simply say that that’s pure message board stuff," Reale said. "I have no idea where that kind of thing came from or from whom, but there’s no basis in fact."

The Ralph Friedgen rumor does not appear to have legs. Go 'Dawgs!

Will Ralph Friedgen be the Georgia Bulldogs' Next Offensive Line Coach?: Why Hiring This Good Coach Would be a Bad Idea

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Rumors were flying fast and furious on Thursday night that former Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets offensive coordinator and Maryland Terrapins head coach Ralph Friedgen was the frontrunner to replace...

SEC Power Poll (Week Eleven): Rankings Pending Outcome of NCAA Investigation

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The college football pecking order in the Southeastern Conference increasingly is becoming clear, as Dawg Sports outlines in the SEC Power Poll.

Don't Bet On It!: Week Three College Football Forecasts for the National Games of Interest

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Dawg Sports picks this weekend's college football winners. Find out which teams will prevail in Air Force-Oklahoma, Arizona-Iowa, Michigan State-Notre Dame, and other national games of interest.

Let the Big 'Dawgs Eat: Why the Georgia Bulldogs Have the Means to Field a Successful Defense in 2010

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Using statistics compiled by Tomahawk Nation's Bud Elliott, Dawg Sports demonstrates why the Georgia Bulldogs have the necessary ingredients to field a successful defense in 2010.

Is Tennessee Close to Hiring David Cutcliffe?

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It's looking that way, and, if it turns out to be the case, it's a good hire. David Cutcliffe has been a successful SEC head coach (one bad season at Ole Miss that got him undeservedly canned notwithstanding), he has been relatively effective at Duke (albeit not at Spurrier-scary levels), and, unlike Lane Kiffin, he regards Knoxville as an ultimate destination rather than a way station. Coach Cutcliffe isn't a splashy pick, but his history with the Vols suggests that he was to Phillip Fulmer as Ralph Friedgen was to George O'Leary or Erskine Russell was to Vince Dooley. The Fridge went on to have some stellar seasons at Maryland (though not lately) and Erk had a Hall of Fame-worthy career in Statesboro from start to finish. If Tennessee is looking to strike fear into the hearts of rival fans, David Cutcliffe isn't the way to go, but, frankly, every guy they might have gotten who would have frightened me (Will Muschamp, Charlie Strong, Tommy Tuberville) is off the table, so they should opt for restoring their program to respectability. David Cutcliffe does that. Go 'Dawgs!

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