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Gym Dogs Defeat Hated Alabama, 197.5-196.95

Danna Durante's Georgia Bulldogs women's gymnastics team notched a 197.5-196.95 victory over the Gym Dogs' most despised rival, the Alabama Crimson Tide, on an extraordinary Saturday.

Have the Gym Dogs Turned the Corner?

Danna Durante's Georgia women's gymnastics team put together a complete meet against the Stanford Cardinal on Monday, but how close are the Gym Dogs to reclaiming their position among the NCAA elite?

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.

Gym Dogs Defeat Auburn in Stegeman Coliseum

Danna Durante claimed her first home victory as the Gym Dogs' head coach on Friday night, when the No. 8 Georgia Bulldogs women's gymnastics team claimed a 196.05-195.7 victory over the No. 24 Auburn Tigers.

Gym Dogs Deliver Danna Durante's First Georgia Win

Danna Durante's Gym Dogs rebounded from a season-opening setback, as the Georgia women's gymnastics team traveled to Arkansas and notched a 196.2-195.775 victory on Friday night.

The Release of the BlogPoll Highlights a Full Rich Wednesday Morning's Worth of Dawg Bites

The Georgia Bulldogs are getting ready to face the Vanderbilt Commodores amid high poll rankings, favorable mock BCS standings, and Hall of Fame announcements. Get up to date with Dawg Bites.

Obviously, if you look at the last five years of Suzanne's era, it's just kind of a super-human...

Obviously, if you look at the last five years of Suzanne's era, it's just kind of a super-human fairy tale. Obviously, that's a difficult standard to live up to, and I know that Greg knows that's unrealistic for somebody to come in and win every year. Certainly, there's talented athletes on the team. They're very capable of getting back to the Super Six. It's not going to unheard of for them to get there in the next year or two, because the talent is there. They're good kids. They work hard. They competed at a high level coming in to Georgia, and I know they came here to win. ... The recruiting going forward and continuing to bring that talent to Athens and make sure we have the depth there, that's something we have to tackle right now and make sure as we're recruiting kids that are sophomores and freshmen in high school that we're continuing to get the best of that talent. I'm not going to put any predictors on when I think we can do that, but I don't think it's out of the question for us to be in the Super Six, whether it be next year or the year after that, because the talent on the team is good and they're strong and good competitors. . . . Suzanne and I, we've been in contact for several years. She obviously did some great things and really was strong with her team chemistry and the way that she put her team together. Those are things that I've picked her brain about on many occasions and something that I'll continue to do from that standpoint.

Danna Durante on becoming the head coach of the Gym Dogs. Go 'Dawgs!

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.

Gym Dogs Again Falter in Postseason; Georgia Should Fire Jay Clark

The fifth-ranked Gym Dogs turned in a fifth-place performance in the NCAA women's gymnastics national championship preliminary session, failing to make the Super Six or even to finish among the top three SEC teams. Consequently, it is time for Georgia to fire Jay Clark.

Gym Dogs Dominate Auburn Regional with 197.1 Score Heading into NCAA Championships

Jay Clark's Gym Dogs won the Auburn Regional with a 197.1 final score, earning the Georgia Bulldogs women's gymnastics team a spot in the NCAA Championships, where the squad will compete for the program's eleventh national title.

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