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Saturday is a busy day in Bulldog Nation, as the Georgia Bulldogs will be in action in men's basketball, men's and women's lacrosse, softball, women's tennis, and track and field. Join Dawg Sports for the all-day open comment thread!
The Georgia Bulldogs will be in action on Friday afternoon and evening in men's and women's track and field, women's softball, men's and women's tennis, and women's gymnastics.
The Georgia Bulldogs will send student-athletes into intercollegiate competition in eight sports on Saturday, including three clashes of ranked teams and a televised men's basketball game. Come to Dawg Sports for the all-day open comment thread!
The Razorback track team is doing exactly what it's supposed to do. Be #1. And beat Texas. Always feels good to beat Texas in anything. It barely matters that they're #3. At least they were #3. Maybe not anymore.
The 2010 Gay Games in Cologne received virtually no mainstream media coverage, but Ed O'Keefe of the Washington Post's "Federal Eye" column has a nice item on the participation by Kei Koizumi, who...
All I needed to know about my feelings on Gay Games VIII came on the last day. Most of the athletes had already left, and I headed to the soccer and basketball finals. Neumarkt was empty. The train...
I spent a good chunk of the afternoon out at track and field, covering the 100-meter medal races, which included the German sprinters seen here. Check out the track photo gallery.