1. Beware of the Headline Editor

    David Paschall has a piece in today's Chattanooga newspaper that examines the '09 Georgia Bulldogs. It's pretty typical stuff. He looks at the past few years and delves into what lies ahead...

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  2. Thursday Brings Questions?

    Bernie has a great question regarding the incoming quarterbacks, one I have no good answer for. Bernie's Dawg Blawg: The Red-Shirt vs. Murray & Mett:"....

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  3. Georgia Bulldogs: Humpday Headlines

    Last evening I gave you my best reason's to be optimistic about the Dawg's offense this year. Bernie, like Allstate, has some great insurance: Bernie's Dawg Blawg: We're in Good Hands Cox has ...

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  4. Fear Not Bulldawg Nation, Georgia Has the Tools to Compete in 2009

    Time had not expired on the Citrus Bowl clock when the questions about Matthew Stafford's and Knowshon Moreno's future took center stage. Then came the answer and the fretting, then more fretting...

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  5. Full Contact Tuesday

    It appears the psyche of the Oklahoma State defense needed a boost, at least according to new defensive coordinator Bill Young.Cowboys take defensive stance - College Football - Rivals...

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  6. A Pabst Blue Ribbon Prognostication

    With one week to go before practice starts in earnest, the blogging manifesto dictates we provide a preview of the Dawg's upcoming season. We will give it a shot but must remind you, speculation is a fool's game...

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  7. Tim Tebow and Steve Spurrier: The Virgin and "Votegate"

    Upon reflection, Mike Slive was compelled to change the name of this week's event to "The Vote for Virginity." Slive took full responsibility, claiming it is obvious to everyone the purpose of ...

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  8. The Virgin and Votegate

    Upon reflection, Mike Slive was compelled to change the name of this week's event to "The Vote for Virginity". Slive took full responsibility, claiming it is obvious to everyone the purpose of the event was to further glorify the Saint that is Timothy...

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  9. Media Days Turns Into a Game of Clue

    My predictions for media days have yet to transpire, but it is early. Day one was even worse than predicted. Today produced 900 media members playing the SEC's version of "Clue...

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  10. SEC Media Days: Quantity over Quality?

    The annual SEC Media Day event opened today in Hoover, Alabama, and a record number of media credentials—over 900—were awarded. Obviously this number includes many media outlets from outside the nine-state SEC footprint...

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  11. Everything Isn't "Fine" in the SEC

    Drink No. 1 Call it the Cold-Keg season, if you will, in deference to baseball's hot-stove. Recruiting keeps college football in the spotlight year round...

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  12. Take 2 Aspirin and Drink Plenty of Water

    It was a busy weekend in Valdosta with a slew of family in town and lots of golf, including the British Open on the tube. Watching Watson was reminiscent of my childhood, only this time I was pulling for him...

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  13. The 2009 Dawg BUI Almanac (Part 1 of 14)

    Sept. 5, 2009 3:30 PM ETOklahoma State Cowboys, Stillwater, Oklahoma*** Orange Alert, bring taserThe “grand opening” of the newly refurbished T...

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  14. Reynolds Comes up Short at US Open

    In the end it wasn't meant to be. Jean Reynolds' quest to become golf's National Champion for women came off the rails with a final round of 77 to finish in a tie for seventeenth...

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  15. UGA's Reynolds Still in Contention for US Open

    Yesterday we profiled, however briefly, Jean Reynolds and her rise to LPGA stardom via success in the US Open. As a golf fan, I casually follow the women’s circuit, but yesterday I could ...

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  16. Reynolds in the Hunt for US Open

    Newnan’s own Jean Reynolds is making waves at the US Women’s Open. Reynolds, an UGA alumna and the leading money winner on the Duramed Futures Tour, has her sights set on an Open title...

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  17. Georgia Football: Walk Through Friday

    1993 Citrus Bowl RingUGA 21 - OSU 14Just a friendly reminder, Buckeye fans. Thank you, Las Palmas de Gran, aka Las Palmas...

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  18. Why we chant SEC! SEC! SEC! And You Are The Rust Belt

    A response to Luke @ Eleven Warriors, please give it a read. Why do we chant "SEC"? In a word, pride. Pride in the level of competition. Pride in knowing our conference champ whipped your conference champ...

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  19. BUI Football Round-up: One Story Too Many...

    Besides early committments in recruiting, most news made in the summer is bad. Yesterday proved the rule. Tanner Strickland will miss all of 2009. Offensive line depth is coming into play in the month of July, way too early...

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  20. A Plan For BCS Equity Through A Playoff

    BigXII vs. SEC Sugar Bowl Semifinal 1 Rotating BCS Site Big East vs. ACC Orange Bowl Championship Game Rotating BCS Site Big10 vs. Pac10 Rose Bowl Semifinal 2 Rotating BCS Site NonBCS* vs...

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  21. Is Senator Blutarsky Softening His Pro-BCS Stance?

    Senator Blutarsky would probably say I'm taking his statements out of context, or perhaps might fall back on another Washingtonian phrase, “I have no recollection of having blogged that...

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  22. The BCS debate will not go away

    One of the best Georgia Football blogs out there is Get The Picture. Senator Blutarsky does an excellent job of producing and gathering fine content for the Bulldawg Nation and college football fans in general...

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