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We take a look at the long summer, the hugely successful Dawgs at the Olympics, and the fall sports starting back with the school year
"In The Night" by @theweeknd. From tonight's @BaseballUGA game. Dogs win! #GoDawgs pic.twitter.com/sl5JI459vn— Album.Out.Now. (@Sir_Foster) March 3, 2016
"In The Night" by @theweeknd. From tonight's @BaseballUGA game. Dogs win! #GoDawgs pic.twitter.com/sl5JI459vn
Sir Foster is the famous organist of the Atlanta Hawks, and also of UGA Baseball. Let's face it, his version of The Weeknd's "In The Night" is better than The Weeknd's version of "In The Night." Just an FYI: Georgia has home games all weekend.
If you were to look at the last time that Georgia baseball defeated Mercer, you would have to go back five years.
Dawg Haus gives us our first look at the 2016 Diamond Dawgs.
Dawg Haus lets us know how our favorite former Diamond Dawgs are doing in the pros over the last month.
How are the former Diamond Dawgs doing in the pros?
Dawg Haus, as usual, does a great job updating us what's going on with pro Diamond Dawgs.
Dawg Haus revives the series on how our former Diamond Dawgs are looking in the big leagues.
Dawg Haus gives us a good look at how Gordon Beckham has bounced back from struggles after such a hot start.
A look at the golfers, swimmers, runners, and all other UGA athletes doing work.
Kendell Williams and Leontia Kallenou won NCAA titles, again, in their respective athletic events, while tennis keeps on winning and golf gets ready to host a tourney starting today.
#OlympicSportsU is enjoying Olympic Sports season, come inside to see how much so, cause it's a lot.
Horses, pools, golf courses, basketball courts, tennis courts, tracks, fields; oh the places we went this past week.
Georgia has been excelling outside of Sanford Stadium this spring, with strong starts to several seasons. Come take a look at what UGA athletics can do off the football field.
Dawg Haus gives his monthly update on how the former Diamond Dawgs are doing around pro baseball.
Dan Magill, the greatest Georgia Bulldog of them all, passed away Saturday night at the age of 93.
Dawg Haus up dates how the former Diamond Dawgs are doing in their pro careers.
Brooks Brown made his MLB debut, Georgia hoops will play Norfolk State, SEC media days are coming, and all the award lists.