On the Third Day, look to the East, at 3:30 pm. On CBS.
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
Bill McDaniel keeps us up to date on what the tennis Dawgs are doing down in Waco, Texas as the men and women compete in the late stage of the NCAA Tournament
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.
Lots of tributes to the late Dan Magill have been coming in from all over Dawg Nation and the rest of the sports world. Here we share some of our favorites.
Dan Magill, the greatest Georgia Bulldog of them all, passed away Saturday night at the age of 93.
John Isner won his second consecutive BB&T Atlanta Open, Kendall Williams sets another record, and football begins this week!
Dawg Night brings in a haul, women's hoops goes to Italy, another lady cager goes to the Hall of Fame, and Nathan Pasha will replace Austin Smith at the BB&T Atlanta Open tomorrow.
Baseball, softball, and women's tennis are a few of the UGA athletics teams doing work this weekend around north Georgia.
Golf is doing pretty well. As are several other non-football Georgia sports. Wanna know which ones?
We take a look at what's happening in the non-football sports the University of Georgia has been competing in during the fall semester.
A quick look at Bulldogs in action in competition away from the gridiron.
Yep, big football game Between the Hedges this weekend, but what's been going on beyond them?
Men's tennis earns UGA's first championships of 2013-14, plus more wins by soccer and volleyball.
Soccer's rollin', y'all.
Bulldog wins in cross country, volleyball, and soccer, and more news from around the UGA athletics programs.
John Isner had to call his Wimbledon run off early this year, as a knee injury forced him to withdraw early in his second round match.
3 years ago today, the longest match in tennis history ended at Wimbledon with John Isner victorious. Congrats to the Bulldog great.