Betting lines, where's Brandon Mitchell going, non-conference future and the Hall of Fame
There is much news afoot for fans of the Georgia Bulldogs, from the football field to the basketball court to, yes, the women's swimming and diving team. Dawg Sports sums it all up for you in this morning's edition of "Dawg Bites."
The addition of the Missouri Tigers and the Texas A&M Aggies to the SEC may mean the league will go to a nine-game conference football schedule starting in 2012. Dawg Sports explains why this is bad news for the Georgia Bulldogs.
The SEC is discussing doing away with the divisions in basketball and switching to an 18-game conference schedule. Dawg Sports has a solution which would allow the league to keep its divisions, make the SEC Tournament seeding more fair, renew old rivalries, and increase the number of conference games.
There is a new athletic director in Athens, neutral site games at the Georgia Dome are being scheduled, and contests close to home are being favored. Dawg Sports explains why the Georgia Bulldogs can and should begin the 2015 college football season against the Clemson Tigers in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Classic in Atlanta.
It’s Thursday night, there’s high-flying point-scoring Big 12 conference action on ESPN, and we have plenty to discuss, from the release of the new BlogPoll to the release of the new SEC Power...