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More Bad News is Coming for the Georgia Bulldogs This Offseason

Mark Richt and the Georgia Bulldogs have gotten more than their fair share of bad news this offseason, but are worse calamities in store for the Red and Black before the 2012 college football season begins?

SEC Football Coaches Reveal Their Superstitions

College football fans are notoriously superstitious about sports, and some SEC coaches are just as ritualistic as the folks cheering in the stands. Should fans of the Georgia Bulldogs be worried that Mark Richt apparently has no superstitions?

How Do You Solve a Problem Like July? Easy: Do Away With It!

July is the worst month of the college football offseason, so Dawg Sports has a solution: remove July from the calendar altogether.

Georgia Bulldogs Now Finding It Easier to List Which Running Backs Are Playing

The Georgia Bulldogs' tailback rotation took another hit on Monday when it was announced that Carlton Thomas will be suspended at least for the college football season opener against the Boise State Broncos. Dawg Sports reacts . . . badly.

A Modest (Read: Humorous) Proposal for Resolving the Georgia Bulldogs' Mascot Conundrum

Fans of the Georgia Bulldogs are anxious heading into the 2011 college football season, in which there will not be an official Uga on the sideline to start the autumn. Dawg Sports has a humorous suggestion of how to fix what ails the Red and Black.

Caleb King Reportedly Academically Ineligible, Georgia Bulldogs Doomed

The Georgia Bulldogs' leading returning rusher, Caleb King, reportedly will be academically ineligible for the 2011 college football season. Dawg Sports assesses the gloom over Bulldog Nation in the midst of a summer storm, literally and figuratively.

Too Much Information: Georgia Bulldogs v. Florida Gators

As the Georgia Bulldogs head to Jacksonville for their SEC East showdown with the Florida Gators in the World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party, Dawg Sports offers a special edition of "Too Much Information" to highlight the ways in which the Red and Black faithful can enhance their experience when taking part in the crucial college football contest from afar.

A Poetic Ode to the Georgia Bulldogs as They Prepare to Face the Florida Gators in the World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party

How does a fan help the Georgia Bulldogs prepare for their SEC East showdown with the Florida Gators? Dawg Sports does it by writing a poetic ode to the rebound by the Red and Black in the 2010 college football season.

Too Much Information: Georgia Bulldogs v. Tennessee Volunteers (Humorous Animal Sacrifice Edition)

Ordinarily, Dawg Sports provides an historical and statistical breakdown of the Georgia Bulldogs' next opponent in "Too Much Information," but, as the Red and Black get ready to face the Tennessee Volunteers, SB Nation's Georgia weblog goes in a different direction.

Too Much Information: Georgia Bulldogs at Colorado Buffaloes

The Georgia Bulldogs hope to snap a three-game skid on the road in Saturday night's college football game against the Colorado Buffaloes. Dawg Sports breaks down the non-conference matchup in "Too Much Information."

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