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Sunday Night Dawg Bites Disses Rival Quarterbacks and Wonders Who's on First

Which former rival quarterbacks do Georgia fans still despise? Which injured Bulldogs will be back for the Capital One Bowl? How did Mark Fox's team get by the USC Trojans? Who's on first?

Maybe . . . New Year's Day we're gonna see Abry . . . 'cause, after all, he is probable. . . .
Maybe . . . New Year's Day we're gonna see Abry . . . 'cause, after all, he is probable. . . .

Right about now, you should be finishing up your Christmas shopping, breaking out the wrapping paper, and (if you have kids) resting up for a long night on Christmas Eve. Before you dive headlong into your holiday, though, you may want to get caught up on the latest news relating to the Georgia Bulldogs. I know you have a lot on your plate, so here’s the short course in what you need to know:

Let’s start with former rival quarterbacks we still can’t stand, shall we? Cam Newton is a jerk and Tim Tebow stinks. That about sums it up, don’t you think?

Remember how I said Aaron Murray could lead Georgia to the national championship in 2013? Well, I’m not the only one who expects the Bulldogs to be good again next year.

Austin Long was injured on Wednesday, and he had surgery on Thursday, but Long may be available for the Capital One Bowl. Meanwhile, Abry Jones is probable for the New Year’s Day game.

Yesterday, Mark Fox’s Bulldogs beat the Southern California Trojans. Tyler Dawgden was as confused by the victory as the rest of us.

In conclusion, I’d like to offer the following fresh take on a comedy classic, in order to put you in a good mood this Sunday evening:

Check back in with us tomorrow, but have a good rest of your evening.

Go ‘Dawgs!

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