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Monday Morning Dawg Bites Is Ready for the Day Off

Losses by the Atlanta Falcons and Andy Landers's Lady Bulldogs on Sunday left the Georgia faithful in a bad mood, but there is some good news for Bulldog Nation this Monday morning.

Bulldogs Beat Bulldogs in Basketball, 72-61

Mark Fox's Georgia Bulldogs hung tough with Mississippi State for 31 minutes of Saturday's SEC men's basketball game, but the Red and Black ultimately fell to 0-2 in conference play in a double-digit setback.

Samuel L. Jackson, the Georgia Bulldogs, and the 2012 College Football Season

Samuel L. Jackson paid a visit to Athens on Thursday to spend some time with the Georgia Bulldogs. How can this be anything other than a good sign for the 2012 college football season?

Why Football Players at Penn State Should Choose to Become Georgia Bulldogs

Mark Richt has indicated his willingness to recruit Penn State football players for Georgia. How unusual is it for the Bulldogs to sign athletes from the Keystone State?

Georgia Bulldogs' Athletic Director Scores a 9.9 in Women's Gymnastics But Is Charged With an Error in Baseball

Georgia Bulldogs athletic director Greg McGarity acted decisively when firing Jay Clark and replacing him with Danna Durante, so why is he failing to do likewise regarding David Perno, Foley Field, and the Red and Black baseball program?

Jay Clark Resigns as Gym Dogs' Head Coach; Greg McGarity Passes First Major Test as Georgia Athletic Director

Georgia athletic director Greg McGarity has accepted Jay Clark's resignation as head coach of the Gym Dogs. While regrettable, the move was necessary, and McGarity passed his first major test as the Bulldogs' athletic director.

Monday Morning Dawg Bites Salutes Greg McGarity and Gives Auburn's Coaching Move Two Thumbs Up!

Greg McGarity is fighting to preserve an eight-game SEC football schedule and the Georgia Bulldogs' rivalry with the Auburn Tigers, while the Plainsmen may be about to make a coaching move pleasing to Bulldog Nation. Find out the latest in Monday morning's edition of "Dawg Bites."

Georgia Bulldogs' 2012 Recruiting Class Should Translate from Success on National Signing Day to Success on Fall Saturdays

Mark Richt inked a top-five recruiting class on National Signing Day, but what are the chances that this year's group of highly-touted signees will turn the Georgia Bulldogs into champions in the 2012 college football season?

Wednesday Morning Dawg Bites: It's the End of the World as We Know It, and I Feel Fine

Dawg Sports looks at all the noteworthy news regarding the Georgia Bulldogs, in football, recruiting, basketball, tennis, soccer, and swimming and diving in Wednesday morning's edition of "Dawg Bites."

Why Retaining the Eight-Game SEC Schedule is in the Georgia Bulldogs' Interests

The SEC is working to rearrange its conference football schedule to accommodate 14 teams. Is a nine-game league slate a possibility? Dawg Sports explains why the SEC should stick to eight conference games.

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