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Georgia Football: NCAA Are The Good Guys, UGA Playoff Ranking Announced, Inside Scoop On The Gators - Daily Dose of Dawg

NCAA Are the Good Guys

I don’t know why everybody keeps getting so mad at the NCAA. The way I see it, they’re doing what’s right. 364 more words

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Georgia Football: Gators Crying In Jacksonville, UGA Running Backs to Return, Get to Know the Gators, and More! - Daily Dose of Dawg

Gators Likely to Be Crying In Jacksonville Once Again

As a Georgia fan, I’ve certainly suffered a lot of heartache, but I’ve also been able to experience a lot of joy at the expense of the Florida Gators. 367 more words

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Proceed with Caution, Bulldogs

In the SEC, each week gets bigger and bigger for each team, building on the previous week’s outcome. Dan Mullen said this week that, “A win in the SEC gets you an even bigger game the next week”. 410 more words

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Celebrate Good Times, Come On!

Mississippi State still hangs on to the #1 ranking after a bye week. This week the Bulldogs travel to Kentucky to take on the Wildcats. It’ll be televised on CBS at 2:30 central time. 329 more words

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Georgia Football: Interesting NEW Gurley News, Freshman Player Interviews, Nothing New For Nick Chubb - Daily Dose of Dawg

Gurley Accuser’s Lawyer Speaks

Yesterday, Ed Garland, the lawyer representing Gurley’s accuser, Bryan Allen, released a statement regarding the Gurley situation:

“ thinks he ought to be playing football this Saturday and thinks that he should not be punished.

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Heisman Watch: Week 9

Finally, I’m back and ready for more posting. Thanks to everyone for being patient.

1. Dak Prescott: He may have had a bye week this week, but he is still in first place. 205 more words

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Georgia Football: ***FREE AT LAST, FREE AT LAST!***, Where Did We Leave Off?, Gurley Supporting #FreeGurley - Daily Dose of Dawg (TG3 Edition)

“I want to thank the University, coaches, teammates, and the Bulldog Nation for their patience and support. I take full responsibility for the mistakes I made, and I can’t thank the University, my coaches, and teammates enough for supporting me throughout this process.
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