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Cherokee's Grip

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Grantham Gives Statement, staying at UGA

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Statement from Todd Grantham ... "I want to thank Sean Payton and the New Orleans Saints organization for the opportunity to interview and get to know them. They are a first class organization in every respect. As I said Wednesday, Georgia is a great place, my family loves it here, and I do as well. This is where our heart is and today I have withdrawn my name from consideration for the position with the Saints. I'm excited to start preparations for another season and along with the rest of our defensive staff look forward to coaching some really good returning players as well as developing some very talented newcomers." -Gentry at 24/7 Sport reported this....

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A Poetic Tribute to T Kyle King

An essay to honor T Kyle King and a Poem to fit.

I Want a Li'l Karempelis for New Year's

I mentioned in the comments of this hilarious post by MaconDawg that I had tried to write some Dawg Christmas carols last year but had not been able to make them flow. This title was one that I...

The Hunt for Red (and Black) in December: Dawg Movies

DavetheDawg posted that: The Blair Walsh Project [was] the scariest movie of 2011. I then posted: Some pretty scary titles were released in 2011. “Forbidden Tailback” was scary, as was...

Garner to Auburn

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Auburn's Rivals page has Rodney Garner taking the D-line job at the Barn. h/t LHB.

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Dawgs Went Not Gentle

I should probably sit on this for a few more days so I could polish it and round out some of the rough edges, but I don't really feel like doing so. No, I'm just going to throw this thing up in the...

Still We Rise

I've had this poem bookmarked for a couple of weeks, hoping I would get the chance to use it. My choice is all the more timely due to the different positions people have taken on the defense's...

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Triple Option, Part III: Black(Out) Friday Edition

Some student fans have called for a Blackout tomorrow, and this has caused mixed emotions and opinions here on Dawg Sports. I'm not going to weigh in one way or another on that; all I care about is...

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Triple Option, Part II: Hate at First Sight

This will be the last posting before Thanksgiving, so I hope y'all have a great time celebrating with family and friends. If nothing else, we can all be thankful that we're not Techies, even if our...

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Triple Option, Part I: The Art of Losing

This is Techie Hate Week, but it's also Thanksgiving Week. In order to avoid posting poetry that people aren't going to read anyway due to the holiday, I figured that I would do 3 poems that I will...

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Dooley: A Darling-style Tribute

I'll express some Techie hate later in the week, but this idea hit me while watching the madness yesterday and I had to see it through. Someone in the thread said that Dooley should just skip town,...

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Chizmandias

I know this is late and is something that is better suited for last week, but the other idea I had was crap and wouldn't come together and Shelley came to the rescue. The original "Oyzymandias" is...

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Valediction: A Forbidding Warning

Today's poem turned out completely differently than I expected it to, which is just as well since Ludakit's excellent post was fairly close to what I had originally planned to write. But then, I...

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Break, Break, Break: A Tennyson Tribute to Jarvis Jones

Poemhunter's description of Alfred, Lord Tennyson's poem, "Break, Break, Break," says that its "insistent beat...emphasizes the relentless sadness of the subject matter." If there's one thing at...

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Oh Chizik! My Chizik!

I have wanted to do Walt Whitman's "Oh Captain! My Captain!" for a long time, but the timing was never quite right. Given the thermonuclear nature of Coach Chizik's seat on the Plains, I decided...

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The Tyger: Part Two of a Blake Double-Shot

This is another poem about lying and cheating, so it's only fitting to post it on the Election Day before we play Auburn. Don't worry; I'm not going to venture into spidery territory or anything...

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The Cam(b): Part One of a Blake Double-Shot

I said I wasn't going to post something every day, but I--appropriately, since we are playing Auburn this weekend--lied. To be more precise, I underestimated the hate for Auburn that the Dawg...

Shifting Gears: Revving up Our Trucks

I'll have a few hate poems to go later this week; I don't hate Auburn the same way I hate Florida, so I probably won't do as much. 2010 really launched my Auburn hate, though, and last year's...

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The Rebear

I currently live a little over an hour from Oxford, and I have yet to see a single Rebear. Colonel Reb and references to the Rebels crop up quite frequently, but there is not a Rebear in sight....

Beodawg: The Epic Battle

Gameday is almost upon us, and numerous Bulldog fans are speculating about the outcome of the game. I've never been a score-predicter myself because I'm almost always wrong, but my approach to this...

Beodawg: An Epic in Two Parts

I do not know if this lives up to the billing of an epic, but it is, at least, long. While the epic of Beowulf goes on well past the battle with Grendel, that particular battle is the one that most...

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The Alligator Coach

This is my last post using alligator-based poetry; the last two days will be a two-part series that will hopefully wrap us this year's Hate Week poetry in epic fashion. Whether the works themselves...

The Orange and Blue Alligator

This is the second of Dawg2011's suggestions, so I hope it does not disappoint. Like the gator in the original poem, this Dawgified rewrite wanders from Gator-hate focus to Gator-hate focus. Might...

Alligator Pie: Hate Week's Opening Salvo

Dawg2011 requested Dennis Lee's "Alligator Pie" for Hate Week, and the simplicity of it makes for an excellent opening selection. Others have already put up quality Hate Week posts of their own;...

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As You Wish: Last Call for Hate Week Ideas

We may not have won pretty this weekend, but we did win and can now move on with our season. That great, glorious time of Gator hate is almost upon us; true, I am sure that we all hate the Gators...

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Reversal of Expectations: An Odd Post on Irony

This week, I'm going to do something a little different. There has been much ranting on this site and within Bulldog Nation over the past few weeks advocating a need for change of some sort, so I...

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Back in Red and Black: An Early Call for Hate Week Help

I just wanted to post that I have finally resolved the Internet issues that have been plaguing me since my recent move. I could post the riveting saga about weird addresses, technicians who always...

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Georgia: A Dawgography and Dawg Sports Tribute

I missed watching and blogging the game with y'all and hated to settle for keeping track of the game via the score ticker at the bottom of the Clemson/Fla St. game, but we have been concerned with...

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The Tiger Hotel: They Took my Money, Baby

I generally leave my personal life out of my postings, but I feel like I should explain why this all may seem rushed and thrown together. My family and I are moving to the Memphis area in about a...

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Your Last Conference

One of the reasons that I rarely write poetry right after a Georgia football game is that time usually puts the experience in perspective. Other reasons include laziness, the rapid passage of...

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