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2012 SEC Media Days: Mark Richt Approaches the Podium with the Georgia Bulldogs in the Role of the Hunted

Mark Richt approaches the podium at SEC Media Days with the Georgia Bulldogs in the role of the Eastern Division frontrunner. How will the 'Dawgs fare as the hunted?

Georgia Bulldogs 2011 Season Preview: The South Carolina Game

In a critical season for Mark Richt's future with the Georgia Bulldogs, no game looms larger than the SEC East opener against Steve Spurrier's South Carolina Gamecocks between the hedges. Dawg Sports has a preview.

2011 SEC Media Days: Mark Richt Brings Message of Hope to the Georgia Bulldogs Faithful

Mark Richt didn't say a lot at the 2011 SEC Media Days on Thursday, but the way the embattled head coach of the Georgia Bulldogs said it mattered a great deal on the verge of what could be his last college football season in Athens.

Wednesday Night Dawg Bites: Five Questions on Nike Pro Combat Uniforms, Will Muschamp, the NCAA Investigation of Auburn, and Texas A&M's Rumored Entry Into the SEC

Dawg Sports has five questions about Will Muschamp, the NCAA investigation of Auburn, the Georgia Bulldogs' Nike pro combat uniforms, and the rumor that the Texas A&M Aggies will be joining the SEC.

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

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 Stacy Searels as the Georgia Bulldogs' offensive line coach. Dawg Sports explains why hiring this good coach would be a bad idea.

2010 SEC Power Poll: The Final Ballot

How did the twelve teams of the Southeastern Conference end up at the conclusion of the 2010 college football season? Dawg Sports explains in the SEC Power Poll.

SEC Media Days: SB Nation Roundup Regarding Mark Richt, A.J. Green, and the Georgia Bulldogs

Mark Richt's appearance at SEC Media Days went smoothly on Thursday morning. Questions about his future with the Georgia Bulldogs came up, but not questions about contact with agents and the rumors regarding A.J. Green.

Wednesday Night Dawg Bites: SEC Media Days, Chick-fil-A, Alex Rodriguez, and Potter Stewart

Dawg Sports brings you the latest on the first day of SEC Media Days, with asides on Alex Rodriguez and Potter Stewart.

A Word About Preseason College Football Predictions Before I Make Any

Dawg Sports offers a cautionary word about preseason college football predictions before making any of them. Also, the call has been sent out for Georgia Bulldogs fans to share their "Dawgographies!"

A Recap of 2009 SEC Media Days: I Mean, My Summer Vacation's Over, You Know, and I Accept Full Responsibility

Hidden behind the various controversies surrounding Lane Kiffin and Tim Tebow were a few choice observations that emerged from SEC Media Days. Dawg Sports has plucked these plums from miles of boring transcripts.

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