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Programming Note: Dawg Sports to Appear on ESPNU's "UNITE" Tonight!


If all goes according to plan, I will be making my second appearance on ESPNU's "UNITE," which will air at midnight Eastern tonight. Go 'Dawgs!

Basically, the Only Time the Gamecocks Were Healthy . . .


. . . was when they played us. We totally got hosed by the schedule-makers when we were forced to play South Carolina at mid-season. Go 'Dawgs!

Georgia Fans Give Mizzou Same Review Buffalo Fans Gave Athens


We thought they were too nice. There are worse things to have said about you, I suppose. Go 'Dawgs!

We Totally Got Hosed on the Schedule


Connor Shaw can barely raise his throwing arm. Darn the SEC for abandoning the sacred tradition of letting Georgia play South Carolina early in the season! Go 'Dawgs!

Mizzou Is Doing Everything It Can to Tick Me Off


Cheap shots at our mascot? Weak, lame, and really, really annoying. Go 'Dawgs!

McGarity's Old Boss May Support Him on Preserving Rivalries


Florida sources say the Gators are interested in preserving their yearly series with LSU. That feared 10-4 vote may be a 9-5 vote, or more likely even an 8-6 vote (since new Eastern Division member Missouri wants to play new Western Division member Texas A&M every autumn), which would mean skilled athletic directors Greg McGarity and Jeremy Foley only need to bring along two more votes. Stay tuned. . . . Go 'Dawgs!

Gamecock Fans Engage in Unfunny Preemptive Whining About 2012 SEC Slate


I don't know how the rest of y'all feel, but this constant immature obsessive unfounded hyperbolic silly cheap-shot artistry is starting to annoy me. If we'd wanted this in a conference rival, we'd have let Georgia Tech back into the league. Go 'Dawgs!

Dr. Saturday Saves Bulldog Nation from Experiencing a Moment of Joy


Counterargument: Georgia will deserve to win the East if the Bulldogs beat Kentucky because the 'Dawgs will have gone 4-1 against the division, and, unlike the only other contender in the East, the Red and Black will have succeeded in beating Auburn at home. In addition, the Bulldogs have been statistically superior to, and often statistically dominant over, every conference opponent they've faced, convincingly beating (on the field, if not always on the scoreboard) the opposition. Boise State gets credit for overpowering inferior opponents; why not Georgia? Go 'Dawgs!

We're No. 17!


University of Georgia alumnus Mark Schlabach has the Bulldogs ranked 17th in his pre-preseason poll. Just look where that puts the Red and Black in the East. . . . Go 'Dawgs!

Seeding Probabilities for SEC Basketball Tournament


Someone with more time and math skills than I possess sat down and figured out that the Fox Hounds have a 49.7 per cent likelihood of finishing fourth in the East, an 82.2 per cent likelihood of finishing either third or fourth in the East, and only a 15.4 per cent likelihood of finishing fifth in the East. While a second-place finish (and an accompanying first-round bye) would be nice, there's only a 2.4 per cent chance of that happening. The important thing is to finish either third or fourth in the division, thereby earning a first-round date with one or the other of the two sets of terrible Tigers languishing at the bottom of the SEC West. The chances of that are looking pretty good. Go 'Dawgs!

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