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Too Much Information: Georgia Bulldogs v. Boise State Broncos

On Labor Day weekend, Atlanta will host the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game and DragonCon. Dawg Sports breaks down the college football matchup between the Georgia Bulldogs and the Boise State Broncos in terms of Frank Herbert's sci-fi masterpiece, "Dune."

Old Wine in New Bottles: Why the Georgia Bulldogs' Change of Strength and Conditioning Coaches Inspires More Hope Than Confidence

In an effort to revitalize the Georgia Bulldogs' strength and conditioning program, Mark Richt has replaced Dave Van Halanger with Joe Tereshinski. Dawg Sports explains why the move inspires more hope than confidence.

Where Should the Georgia Bulldogs Turn if Mark Richt Must Replace Dave Van Halanger as Strength and Conditioning Coach?

While Dawg Sports counsels caution regarding Mark Richt's future in Athens, SB Nation's Georgia Bulldogs weblog has come up with a list of possible replacements for Dave Van Halanger as the team's conditioning coach.

The Coach Cochran Motivational MP3 Playlist

We all can't be as awesome as the Alabama Crimson Tide football team but now we can have Strength and Condition Coach Scott Cochran urge us all to excellence.

Nick Saban & Bear Bryant: A Comparison

Winning the 2009 BCS National Championship has fueled comparisons between Alabama's current coach, Nick Saban, and his legendary predecessor, Bear Bryant. Roll Bama Roll looks at the striking similarities between the two.

The SEC's Strength & Conditioning Coaches

You know we love us some Scott Cochran, his monstrous Fourth Quarter program and that awesome anti-flu ad. But Alabama is hardly alone among its conference peers in having a quality guy filling the Head Strength Coach position. In fact, retaining a good S&C coach has become a necessity in today's SEC. So, with that in mind, you might want to pop over to this handy piece by ESPN's Chris Low which provides us with a tidy rundown of each team's motivational master.

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