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Seven Thoughts About the Georgia Bulldogs on a Slow News Day Tuesday

The SEC television schedule for the first three weeks of the 2012 college football season has been announced. Dawg Sports discusses this and other issues affecting the Georgia Bulldogs.

Georgia Bulldogs 33, Vanderbilt Commodores 28: I Ain't Afraid of No Goat

A hard-fought SEC East college football clash between the Georgia Bulldogs and the Vanderbilt Commodores was somewhat overshadowed by the postgame confrontation between coaches James Franklin and Todd Grantham. Dawg Sports looks at both the game and the incident.

Georgia Bulldogs 24, Mississippi State Bulldogs 10: Second Verse, Same as the First

For the second straight Saturday, the Georgia Bulldogs claimed a 14-point victory over an SEC opponent . . . so why is Bulldog Nation disappointed?

College Football Special Teams Strategy: Show No Mercy to the Rugby-Style Punter

Due to Brandon Boykin's skills as a return man, the Georgia Bulldogs special teams are being fed a steady diet of rugby-style punts. Dawg Sports suggests an NCAA-approved strategy for countering this maneuver: tackle the punter.

The Georgia Bulldogs, the Kicking Game, and the Hope of Audacity

In last Saturday's scrimmage, the Boise State Broncos did not appear sound in the kicking game, opening the door for the Georgia Bulldogs to gain an advantage in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Classic, as special teams could make the difference in the opening game of the 2011 college football season.

As Summer Shifts Into Fall, Is the Heat on Mark Richt's Seat Declining?

Mark Richt spoke to the Georgia faithful at the Metro Atlanta Bulldog Club kickoff banquet on Monday night. The reception he received, and the remarks he made, suggest that he may not be as much on the "hot seat" as the media believe.

A Solution to College Football's Kickoff Conundrum

Greg Schiano has offered, and Mark Richt has endorsed, a proposal to eliminate kickoffs in college football. Dawg Sports offers an alternative suggestion to address their valid concerns without altering fundamentally the nature of the game.

Georgia Bulldogs to Scrimmage on Wednesday; Dawg Sports to Panic Right Now

The Georgia Bulldogs will conduct a scrimmage on Wednesday to prepare for the opening game of the 2010 college football season. For once, Dawg Sports is struggling to find a reason to be worried.

Manic Kyle Monday: Good News to Start Your Work Week Here in Bulldog Nation

Who says Dawg Sports is all pessimism all the time? Well, OK, Dawg Sports does, but not any more: "Manic Kyle Monday" brings you the upbeat news for Georgia Bulldogs fans.

Georgia Bulldogs 44, Texas A&M Aggies 20: Declarations From the Independence Bowl

The Georgia Bulldogs returned to Shreveport 18 years after playing in their first Independence Bowl and their 44-20 triumph over the Texas A&M Aggies marked a fresh start for the Red and Black.

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