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Photo Friday: Lunch has gone to Dawgs

On Fridays, I drive late in the day from Dubuque, where I work, to Muscatine for the weekend. That means scant time after work for blogging. 87 more words


Dawgs looking to hold serve at home against Marquette on Sunday

Disclaimer: I didn’t watch but the final 5 minutes of last night’s battle with the mighty Morehouse Maroon Tigers.  I had a dinner engagement that I couldn’t avoid. 485 more words


Owens: It's OK To Love UGA But Hate This Season

It’s OK. You can love UGA and hate this season at the same time. As a matter of fact, you should embrace that feeling. It’s an easier way to accept the 2016 campaign. 424 more words


OUCH! That's Going to Leave a Mark!

Saturday’s 28-27 win by Georgia Tech at Sanford Stadium was another classic in the much discussed “Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate” rivalry.

Yes. A classic.

As much as it bruised UGA fans, it was a thrilling game.   984 more words


Georgia Tech Rallies For Stunning 28-27 Win Over Georgia

By PAUL NEWBERRY, AP Sports Writer

ATHENS, Ga. (AP) — Qua Searcy leaped into the end zone for a 6-yard touchdown with 30 seconds left on what appeared to be a busted play, capping a fourth-quarter comeback that carried Georgia Tech to a stunning 28-27 victory over Georgia on Saturday. 524 more words


Strong second half helps UGA beat Gardner-Webb in Athens

After a shaky first half that was plagued by a slew of fouls for each team, the Georgia Bulldogs got it together after the break to outlast the Gardner-Webb Runnin’ Bulldogs 77-59 in Athens on Friday night. 512 more words

Tate: A Hate That's Everything But Clean

“We just cannot get off the field”.

That has been the consistent weekly topic and words uttered repeatedly on many occasions during Tuesday press conferences involving Georgia Tech head football coach Paul Johnson. 678 more words