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Revisiting those 101 reasons to be a Georgia Bulldog

What makes someone a Georgia Bulldog? Certainly, having attended the University of Georgia and/or played a sport for the school is one criteria. For many, their time in Athens is the defining period of their life. But...

Florida State Freshman Quarterback Is Charged With Battery

Deandre Johnson has been charged with battery after an altercation at a Tallahassee bar in which he punched a woman in the face, the police said.

Sports Briefing | College Football: Texas A&M Donates to Ease Traffic

The Texas A&M University system donated $1 million to College Station, Tex., to help ease traffic congestion — especially on college football game days.

Junkyard Mail: UGA’s playoff chances, Richt’s transfer policy, Sanford Stadium problems and the Human Jukebox!

Let’s get right to some of this week’s Junkyard Mail. … Gary Carter writes: Bill, following up on Bill King is an Athens native and a graduate of the University of Georgia’s Henry W. Grady College...

Florida State Quarterback De’Andre Johnson Is Suspended

Coach Jimbo Fisher made the announcement on Thursday night; ESPN reported Johnson had punched a woman at a bar in Tallahassee, Fla.

Dawgs’ 2015 home schedule: Feast or famine for the fans

Major college football programs may have had their Bill King is an Athens native and a graduate of the University of Georgia’s Henry W. Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication. A lifelong Bulldogs fan,...

Junkyard Mail: Noon kickoffs prompt tailgaters’ blues, plus recruiting setbacks, UGA in the NBA and Mark Richt’s hat!

Let’s get right to some of this week’s Junkyard Mail. … Bobby Flannagan writes: Bill, like you I go way back with the Dawgs and remember the days when you could count on games in Athens...

Sports Briefing | Colleges: New Facility for Rutgers

Rutgers University’s board has approved a plan to build a multiuse men’s and women’s basketball facility and give the university’s football team exclusive use of a refurbished Hale Center.

John David Crow, Heisman Winner at Texas A&M, Dies at 79

Crow was the first Heisman winner for the Aggies, coached at the time by Bear Bryant. He had 129 carries for 562 yards and six touchdowns during his Heisman season.

Confessions of a Dawgmaniac: Obsession can result in some tough choices

If you’re a hard-core college football fan, you’re always on the lookout for scheduling conflicts that can interfere with the upcoming season, whether it be a wedding, a reunion or whatever. It’s even worse for...

Sports Briefing | College Football: Indiana University Safety Arrested

Indiana University kicked the starting safety Antonio Allen off the team after his arrest by the Indiana State Police on drug-dealing charges.

Junkyard Mail: Is anything less than the College Football Playoff a failed season for UGA?

Hope you’re staying cool as the summer heat sets in this weekend. In the meantime, let’s get to some of this week’s Junkyard Mail. … Steve Upshaw writes: Re: your comment of Dog fans not grumbling...

Pooch Kicks: Bowl projections, ‘GameDay,’ roster drama

Any projections about the coming college football season made before Father’s Day are, as ESPN’s Mark Schlabach would say, way too early. But that didn’t stop the Bill King is an Athens native and a...

Dawgs likely haven’t seen the last of QB changes

Former Virginia starting quarterback Greyson Lambert’s confirmation Wednesday that he is going to join the Bulldogs as a graduate transfer eligible to play the 2015 season brought the UGA roster up to four scholarship QBs —...

Sports Briefing | College Football: College Football Playoff Semifinals Scheduled

The first College Football Playoff semifinal will begin at 4 p.m. Eastern on New Year’s Eve. The second game is scheduled to begin at 8 p.m.

After Outpouring of Support, U.A.B. Is Said to Be Reinstating Football

The University of Alabama, Birmingham, on Monday was expected to announce that it would keep playing football, a reversal from six months ago, when the program was terminated.

Junkyard Mail: Cost of attendance, UGA QB transfers and more!

Let’s get right to some of this week’s Junkyard Mail. … Jim P. writes: Bill, Putting aside your opinion on paying players, do you feel the cost of attendance figures may become one of the biggest...

Picking the all-time Georgia Bulldogs football team

College football fans and observers tend to occupy themselves during those long summer offseason months primarily two ways: Predicting what will happen this fall (everyone’s dreams are still alive during the summer!) and making lists of...

Junkyard Mail: UGA’s new indoor facility should be named after Herschel!

Let’s get straight to some Junkyard Mail. … Bobby T. writes: Bill, with the news this week that work finally is expected to begin in January on the long-awaited indoor practice facilty, now called the Indoor...

How high should Dawgs fans’ expectations soar in 2015?

Just about any time you get a gathering of more than a handful of people together in Athens, you  can bet on the conversation veering pretty quickly to how the Dawgs are going to do....

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