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Friday Morning Dawg Bites Offers Fashion Advice

It is the final Friday morning of 2012, and the Georgia Bulldogs are getting ready to take on the Nebraska Cornhuskers in the Capital One Bowl. Dawg Sports brings you up to speed on the latest Georgia news.

Where Do the 2012 'Dawgs Rank in Georgia History?

Though this college football season will produce neither a conference nor a national title for Georgia, it remains one of the best uncrowned seasons in school history. In that regard, the 2012 Bulldogs resemble the 1931 Georgia squad.

Mid-Major Top 20 Preview: Davidson Wildcats

Davidson doesn't have the name player to lead their offense, but that doesn't mean we should discount them. The Wildcats return all five starters and a deep bench from a team that won 25 games last year: a recipe for success in March.

Southern Conference Could Expand to Hold Off Colonial

Jeff Hartsell of The Post and Courier talks with Southern Conference commissioner John Iamarino about the recent rumors that the Southern Conference is ripe for the picking. Not so fast though. Iamarino said that the Southern Conference could expend beyond 12 teams in order to make itself stronger against poachers. Still a lot to happen in this battle to stay relevant as a conference and not become the WAC of the east.

Morning Mashups: CAA, SoCon Meetings Have Everyone Talking

What happens at the CAA meetings stays at the CAA meetings. But what if one of those ideas was dropping football, an idea proposed in our Morning Mashup.

Morning Mashup: Davidson's Tough Decision

We are bleeding the morning into the afternoon today, as we take a look around for the best lunchtime reads. With the departure of three teams from the Colonial ranks, the conference has been...

History Learnin': The Aftermath of Tragedy

History Learnin': The Aftermath of Tragedy

Georgia Bulldogs Women's Softball Team to Host NCAA Regional in Athens, Open Against Coastal Carolina This Thursday

The Georgia Bulldogs women's softball team earned one of the top ten national seeds to the NCAA Tournament, winning the right to host a regional in Athens. The Red and Black will open the postseason against Coastal Carolina on Thursday.

Why It Is Time for the Georgia Bulldogs to Leave the SEC

The SEC has been through many changes in the last 25 years, most of which have ceased to serve the interests of the University of Georgia. Dawg Sports wonders whether the time has come for the Bulldogs to secede from the Southeastern Conference.

Georgia Bulldogs' 2013 and 2014 College Football Series with Clemson Tigers Evidently Saved

Though the 2013 and 2014 renewals of the college football rivalry between the Clemson Tigers and the Georgia Bulldogs recently appeared threatened by ACC and SEC expansion, athletic directors Greg McGarity and Terry Don Phillips have reaffirmed their commitment to ensuring the series takes place as planned. Dawg Sports explains why this development is both important and encouraging.

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