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Georgia Bulldogs Sunday Sports Summary: Red and Black Track and Field Alumni Earn Olympic Bids

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The Georgia Bulldogs' sports teams' seasons all are over, but that doesn't mean the Red and Black are idle, as several current and former Georgia track and field athletes were in Eugene, Ore.,...

John Isner Falls in Second Round at Wimbledon . . . Again

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John Isner came into Thursday’s matchup with No. 16 Nicolas Almagro having never made it past the second round at Wimbledon. Unfortunately, he exited the match in the same manner, as Isner fell to...

John Isner Wimbledon Open Comment Thread

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John Isner's second-round match at Wimbledon should begin shortly on Court 18 at the All-England Club. The match should be aired live on ESPN2, and this is your tennis open comment thread. Cheer...

Wednesday Night Dawg Bites: John Isner, "The 12 Pack," and Your Chance to be a Guest Poster

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For the second straight day, I’ve been away from my computer throughout the course of the business day, so, while I hope to get back to regular posting tomorrow, I have a couple or three notes to...

Tuesday Night Dawg Bites: John Isner Wins at Wimbledon, Mark Fox's Recruiting Lags for Georgia Bulldogs

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How did John Isner fare in his Wimbledon rematch with Nicolas Mahut? How is Mark Fox faring on the basketball recruiting trail for the Georgia Bulldogs? Where can you pre-order your 2011 Georgia...

Georgia Bulldogs Figure Prominently at U.S. Open, British Amateur, and Wimbledon

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Two sports at which the Georgia Bulldogs continue to excel are men's golf and men's tennis, as evidenced by the prominence of former Red and Black athletes at the U.S. Open, the British Amateur...

A Word About Preseason College Football Predictions Before I Make Any

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Dawg Sports offers a cautionary word about preseason college football predictions before making any of them. Also, the call has been sent out for Georgia Bulldogs fans to share their "Dawgographies!"

Dawg Sports puts John Isner's epic Wimbledon epic in the context of history, and not just UGA...

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Dawg Sports puts John Isner's epic Wimbledon epic in the context of history, and not just UGA sports history. A fantastic piece -- let's just say the world has waited far too long for someone to use General Sherman's march to explore the meaning of a tennis match.

I am much obliged to Jason Kirk for the foregoing nod. Be sure to keep up with the local sports scene at SB Nation Atlanta, but be careful when voting in the poll to the left. I clicked on "vote," thinking it would take me to the voting page, and, instead, it recorded my vote at whatever percentage happened to be showing on the confidence meter at the time. I can only hope that random dumb luck set the percentage as low as humanly possible; otherwise, my entirely accidental show of confidence will only come back to bite us in the fall. Go 'Dawgs!

John Isner, Wimbledon, the Georgia Bulldogs, and the Long March of History

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Former Georgia Bulldogs star John Isner made history at Wimbledon this week. Dawg Sports places Isner's achievement in the context of the history of Bulldog tennis, the University, and the state.

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