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BlogPoll Preseason College Football Top 25 Rankings: Why Limit Ourselves to Looking Ahead to 2012?

The 2011 college football season ended only a week ago, so, naturally, it's time to begin compiling pre-preseason top 25 rankings for 2012! Dawg Sports wonders, though . . . why should we limit ourselves to looking ahead only to next year?

Georgia Bulldogs 2011 Season Preview: The Georgia Tech Game

Dawg Sports wraps up its game-by-game preview of the Georgia Bulldogs' 2011 college football season by looking ahead to the Red and Black's showdown with the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets at Bobby Dodd Stadium at historic Grant Field. (Warning: There is humor involved.)

To What Extent is Mark Richt's Job Security Affected by Scandals at Rival Schools?

The consensus heading into the 2011 college football season is that Mark Richt is on the hot seat at Georgia, but could his job security be affected favorably by the scandals in which several of the Bulldogs' rivals presently find themselves embroiled?

Why Did the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Drop the Ball on the Demaryius Thomas Story?

The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets were placed on NCAA probation following a 20-month investigation into the Institute's football and men's basketball programs. Dawg Sports wants to know why the Atlanta Journal-Constitution failed to report the story until the day sanctions were announced.

The NCAA Goes Op-Ed On Georgia Tech And Unleashes Harsh Commentary

The NCAA Goes Op-Ed On Georgia Tech And Unleashes Harsh Commentary In Handing Down Sanctions Upon The Institute.

Late Night Dawg Bites: Georgia Tech Hammered, Auburn Up Next, and Richard Samuel Back on Offense

The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets were put on probation, the NCAA has the Auburn Tigers in the crosshairs, and Richard Samuel has moved from linebacker to tailback. Dawg Sports reports on the news of interest to fans of the Georgia Bulldogs.

This is what I think of the NCAA

Burn baby burn!

Jacketfreude Open Comment Thread

Georgia Tech is about to learn the results of an NCAA investigation that reportedly impacts the Yellow Jackets' 2009 college football season. Fans of the Georgia Bulldogs can enjoy the Jacketfreude in the Dawg Sports open comment thread!

Childress fined $150K, on probation until Dec. 31

I just finished commenting on the previous post that the worst case penalty for Childress would be a fine and probation and then when I check my email I find that my prediction is true. Here is the official press release from NASCAR: DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (June 6, 2011) – NASCAR has fined owner Richard Childress $150,000 and placed him on NASCAR probation until Dec. 31 for violating Section 12-1 (actions detrimental to stock car racing – involved in an altercation in the garage area) of the 2011 NASCAR rule book. The violation occurred following the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race June 4 at Kansas Speedway. The probation includes all NASCAR-sanctioned events. STATEMENT FROM NASCAR The penalty we have announced today for Richard Childress reflects NASCAR’s response to the incident at Kansas Speedway on Saturday. We feel this action is appropriate and are confident all parties involved understand our position on this matter and will move forward appropriately. Please follow the link to read Childress' official statement.

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