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Why Georgia Needs to Emulate Nick Saban's Approach

Some of Nick Saban's roster management practices may be ethically questionable, but Greg McGarity, Mark Richt, and the Georgia Bulldogs should follow the Alabama Crimson Tide's lead in one respect regarding recruiting.

'Dawgs and Tigers Should Open 2013 on a Thursday

Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney has suggested moving the Tigers' 2013 college football season opener to Labor Day night, but the Georgia Bulldogs' athletic director has a better idea: play the game on Thursday night, instead.

Friday Morning Dawg Bites Offers Fashion Advice

It is the final Friday morning of 2012, and the Georgia Bulldogs are getting ready to take on the Nebraska Cornhuskers in the Capital One Bowl. Dawg Sports brings you up to speed on the latest Georgia news.

Wednesday Morning Dawg Bites: Todd Gurley, Man, Is Here to Pump (Clap) You Up! Edition

Incoming freshman tailback Todd Gurley is making a favorable impression for the Georgia Bulldogs, highlighting Wednesday morning's edition of "Dawg Bites."

As the Quality of the South Carolina Gamecocks' Play Has Risen, the Quality of Steve Spurrier's Snark Has Declined

As the South Carolina Gamecocks have become a force in the SEC East, Steve Spurrier's verbal jabs have become cheaper, weaker, and more nakedly hypocritical, particularly concerning the Georgia Bulldogs.

Why the Georgia Bulldogs Will Not Win Ten Games in the 2012 College Football Season

CBS Sports college football blogger Jerry Hinnen predicts the Georgia Bulldogs will win at least ten games in 2012. Dawg Sports explains why anyone who believes that must be smoking something.

What Do CBS and ESPN Have in Store for Future SEC Football Schedules?

Recent remarks by athletic director Greg McGarity made it clear that future SEC football schedules will bend to the whims of CBS and ESPN. What does this mean for the Georgia Bulldogs' future conference slates?

A Georgia Bulldogs Fan's Case for the Decriminalization of Marijuana

The Georgia Bulldogs enforce the SEC's toughest anti-drug policy, as a result of which several football players reportedly have been suspended for testing positive for pot. Dawg Sports asks whether marijuana use should be decriminalized.

Why the Georgia Bulldogs Should Not Want to Become the Missouri Tigers' New Rivals

The Missouri Tigers are headed to the SEC East and looking for a new rival to replace the Kansas Jayhawks. Mizzou's first conference game in the 2012 college football season will be against the Georgia Bulldogs, who do not want to be the Tigers' new rival.

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