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Introducing “Dawg Sports Live”

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The 2021 season is sure to be one of the most anticipated in the long and storied history of Georgia Football. With a legitimate Heisman candidate at quarterback, All-American receiving talents, a deep stable of running backs, and a defense filled with a mixture of veteran leadership and raw blue-chip talent, this edition of the Georgia Bulldogs might be able to go all the way.

Like every off-season, we here at Dawg Sports have been both catching our breath and evaluating how to continue bringing you insightful, in-depth and entertaining coverage of University of Georgia Athletics.

With that in mind, we would like to introduce our new YouTube channel, “Dawg Sports Live.”

The channel will feature breakdowns of Bulldog commitments, discussion of the latest news around Athens, in-depth analysis of Georgia’s offensive and defensive schemes as well as evaluations of the personnel that the Bulldogs deploy. We’re likely to wander into all sorts of other territory as well.

These videos will often feature DawgOutWest (Graham Coffey) and Dawg_Stats (Josh Hancher), but you’ll also see plenty of other personalities from this site, as well as our old partner in crime Nathan Lawerence. When possible, we will also try to bring on guests from other media outlets in the college football world.

Most of all, we hope to have fun and engage with our readers in a different way. What we do on video is in no way a replacement for the written word, but we hope that having a video outlet will allow us to offer you another place to get your Bulldog news and discussion.

You can subscribe to “Dawg Sports Live” here, or by clicking subscribe on any of the videos we post on YouTube.

We recorded our first show earlier this week, and covered the release of the SEC Schedule, talked about new Defensive-Backs Coach Jahmile Addae and made fun of shared our thoughts on Tennessee’s hire of Josh Heupel. We hope you’ll give it a watch.