Tag: stegeman coliseum

Change Scope

Filter By

There's More to Dawg Sports than Football

Tough losses for equestrian and volleyball, fall tennis nears an end, and more news from around UGA athletics.

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?

Kentucky Wildcats 57, Georgia Bulldogs 44: The Instantaneous Ill-Informed Roundball Wrapup

Despite a valiant effort in the early going, Mark Fox's Georgia Bulldogs could not keep pace with John Calipari's No. 1-ranked Kentucky Wildcats, who won Tuesday night's men's college basketball game in Stegeman Coliseum, 57-44.

With Beard-Eaves Memorial Coliseum in Peril, Is It Time For the Georgia Bulldogs to Name a Building After Joel Eaves?

Now that Beard-Eaves Memorial Coliseum has become the redheaded stepchild of the Auburn Tigers' athletic facilities, is it time for the Georgia Bulldogs to name a building in honor of former athletic director Joel Eaves?

Where the Georgia Bulldogs Stand One Year After Damon Evans's Wild Ride

One year ago, University of Georgia athletic director Damon Evans was arrested for DUI. Dawg Sports looks back on those events from twelve months later, putting the transition from Evans to Greg McGarity into the context of the Bulldogs' history.

Fox Hounds Lead SEC in Basketball Attendance Increase

The Georgia men's basketball team went from playing before an average of 6,834 fans per game at home last season to playing before an average of 8,250 fans per game in Stegeman Coliseum this season. That improvement ranks ninth in the country, making the Red and Black the only SEC school to make the top 20. Just think what the Fox Hounds' home court advantage could be if all the season ticket holders showed up on time! Go 'Dawgs!

Gym Dogs Finish in Fourth-Place Tie at Nationals in What Ought to be Jay Clark's Last Meet at Georgia

For the second straight season, the Gym Dogs did not make the Super Six at the NCAA Gymnastics Championships. Dawg Sports explains why the Georgia Bulldogs' fourth-place tie in the opening session should mark the end of the line for Jay Clark as head coach.

Gym Dogs Advance to NCAA Championships Yet Fail to Win Athens Regional

The Georgia Bulldogs gymnastics team earned a spot at the NCAA Championships, but Jay Clark's Gym Dogs failed to finish first in an Athens Regional tailor-made for them to win.

To Which Assistant Coaches Should Greg McGarity Look if Jay Clark is to be Replaced as Head Coach of the Gym Dogs?

There is discontent among fans of Georgia Bulldogs women's gymnastics heading into Saturday's Athens Regional. Dawg Sports speculates about possible replacements for Jay Clark if Suzanne Yoculan's successor fails once again to measure up in the NCAA Championships.

Georgia Bulldogs Basketball, Recruiting, and Mark Fox: Is the Man Ready to Meet His Moment?

The recent firings of the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets' Paul Hewitt and the Tennessee Volunteers' Bruce Pearl have opened the door for the Georgia Bulldogs' Mark Fox to snag key men's basketball recruits from the Atlanta recruiting hotbed. Is Georgia poised to use its NCAA Tournament bid to sign a stellar recruiting class?

Log In Sign Up

Log In Sign Up

Forgot password?

We'll email you a reset link.

If you signed up using a 3rd party account like Facebook or Twitter, please login with it instead.

Forgot password?

Try another email?

Almost done,

Join Dawg Sports

You must be a member of Dawg Sports to participate.

We have our own Community Guidelines at Dawg Sports. You should read them.

Join Dawg Sports

You must be a member of Dawg Sports to participate.

We have our own Community Guidelines at Dawg Sports. You should read them.




Choose an available username to complete sign up.

In order to provide our users with a better overall experience, we ask for more information from Facebook when using it to login so that we can learn more about our audience and provide you with the best possible experience. We do not store specific user data and the sharing of it is not required to login with Facebook.