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Astounded and kind of humbled that @dawgsports tonight linked to a very very old post I wrote. Maybe I should get back to blogging?— Jim Ludlam (@thebstardsback) February 20, 2013 Getting...

Georgia Bulldogs Commemorate Independence Day by Sending 24 Athletes to 2012 London Olympics

As Americans celebrate Independence Day, they also look forward to the London Olympics later this month. The Georgia Bulldogs will be well represented at the 2012 Summer Games.

Why It Is Time for the Georgia Bulldogs to Leave the SEC

The SEC has been through many changes in the last 25 years, most of which have ceased to serve the interests of the University of Georgia. Dawg Sports wonders whether the time has come for the Bulldogs to secede from the Southeastern Conference.

SEC Expansion, Divisional Realignment, and Rivalries: Walking a Fine Line Between Growth and Tradition

SB Nation's SEC weblog, Team Speed Kills, makes a persuasive case for retaining the divisional alignment of college football's toughest conference. Dawg Sports offers a few thoughts in response.

Late Night Dawg Bites: Georgia Tech Hammered, Auburn Up Next, and Richard Samuel Back on Offense

The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets were put on probation, the NCAA has the Auburn Tigers in the crosshairs, and Richard Samuel has moved from linebacker to tailback. Dawg Sports reports on the news of interest to fans of the Georgia Bulldogs.

Grading Mark Richt's First Ten Years With the Georgia Bulldogs (Part I)

Mark Richt enters his eleventh college football season as the head coach of the Georgia Bulldogs on the hot seat. Dawg Sports compares the embattled coach to his most accomplished predecessors, Harry Mehre, Wally Butts, and Vince Dooley.

Why "The Dukes of Hazzard" is the Greatest Movie Ever Made

The 2005 film adaptation of "The Dukes of Hazzard" starring Seann William Scott, Johnny Knoxville, Jessica Simpson, Willie Nelson, and Burt Reynolds is the greatest movie ever made. No, seriously.

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Thomas Jefferson's Correspondence Evidenced Respect for the University of Georgia

As a University of Georgia graduate, Doug Gillett gets some good-natured ribbing about academics from his father, a University of Virginia alum. Is that joshing warranted? Not according to Thomas Jefferson, it isn't.

Can Damon Evans Continue as the Athletic Director of the University of Georgia?

University of Georgia athletic director Damon Evans appeared before the press earlier this evening. Were his answers adequate to ensure his ability to continue doing his job?

Why Gregg Doyel's Defense of NCAA Tournament Expansion Justifies Opposing a College Football Playoff

CBS Sportsline's Gregg Doyel has defended the idea of expanding the NCAA tournament field to 96 teams, and his arguments demonstrate why it is vitally important that there never be a playoff in Division I-A college football.

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