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DGP 77: Be Thankful for HATE Edition

To celebrate Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate Week, we brought a familiar voice back to us for an episode. The Mayor himself, T. Kyle King, joins me and we wax Dawg Poetic about Aaron Murray, assistant coaches, and hating Georgia Tech.

DGP 76: Still Doesn't Want to Talk About It

In this episode, I wax Dawg Poetic about the most popular open letter in the blogosphere, why Todd Grantham drives me so crazy, and why we don't need to worry at all about Kentucky this weekend (hint: they can't score).

DGP 75: Pure Pessimism Edition

I wax Dawg Poetic about how we can beat Auburn, and I throw some great stats at you that makes you think we have a puncher's chance. Then, I yank the rug right out from under you at the end. I have fully embraced the pessimism.

DGP 74: 3 Points Instead of 30 Edition

In this solo episode, I wax Dawg Poetic as I ponder why we only won by three instead of 30, who might be at fault because of that, and why Aaron Murray could very well be the best thing to happen to Georgia in quite some time.

DGP 73: Hate Thy Neighbor Edition

This week, Chuck aka chuckdawg and I wax Dawg poetic about mental preparedness, punching teams in the mouth, and why it's important to win three in a row. BONUS: New Howard Mix for your listening pleasure.

__GP 72: Where's The "D?" Edition

Due to having some extra real-life work this week, I'm flying solo. That means I am waxing Dawg Poetic about the Missouri game, the missing Defense, and why there's still hope for a great season (hint: rivalries matter).

DGP Show 70: Glass Case of Emotion Edition

we brought Chuck aka Chuckdawg on the podcast this week to wax Dawg Poetic about heart, grit, optimism, and beating the Missouri Tigers.

DGP 70: Sorry Not Sorry Edition

To celebrate the LSU victory, I brought Macondawg on the show this week and we waxed Dawg Poetic about how big the LSU win was, how important the Tennessee game is, and why the future looks very bright if a win in Knoxville comes to pass.

DGP 69: Slightly Pessimistic Edition

Yes, I said pessimistic. Some could say it feels downright "Munson-esque." This week, I wax Dawg Poetic about why we're not only trying to beat LSU, but also trying to create some history in the process.

DGP 68: Good to Be Back Edition

Hello again, kids! It's great to have a podcast to once again post up. After quite the delay in recovering some items taken from me in my recent burglary, I've finally got enough equipment back to put out a very, very rusty podcast.

DGP 67: 1 Beer 1 Dawg Edition

Not very many folks are lucky enough to have friends ready to keep the party going once someone crashes it by stealing all your podcasting equipment. However, I'm one of those folks, and the friends are the guys from 1 Beer 1 Song.

2013 Season Preview: Georgia at Tennessee

We continue our preview of the Dawgs' opponents for the 2013 season, and today we take an extended look at the rebuilding, but still very dangerous, Tennessee Volunteers.

Dawg Sports on the radio in Aggieland

Our friends at Good Bull Hunting run a fantastic web site dedicated to Texas A&M athletics. So I jumped at the chance when they asked me to join them on their Around Aggieland podcast to chat about what I think the 2013 season holds for the Dawgs.

Kolton Houston: A Free Man

Kolton Houston, who has battled the NCAA for three years over a banned substance that has been trapped in his body, received word today that his body was free of said substance, and he's (finally) eligible to play.

DGP 66: "Fighting" Words with T. Kyle King

Good 'morrow! The Dawg Gone Podcast Show 66 gets right back down to business with T. Kyle King as we landed the exclusive first interview with The Mayor before he begins his media blitz for his new book, Fighting Like Cats and Dogs.

2012 Football Season In Review: Ole Miss

You can't have an adequate Cocktail Party without a little bit of a hangover, and that was evident when the Rebel-Black-Bear-Fighting-Freeze's came into Athens.

2012 Dawg Sports Football Season In Review: UK

Each game has a life of its own, but Kentucky in 2012 felt like Deja Vu all over again.

DGP 65: The Show Less Traveled

For Show 65, Chuck and I discuss your favorite UGA sports outside of football. We cover everything from Women's Gymnastics all the way to Men's Baseball. We talk about who will be looking for work, and who will be expecting raises.

DGP 64: Goin' Old School

For the 64th episode, Chuck aka chuckdawg and I cover everything UGA football, from recruiting, to G-Day, to the NFL Draft.

NFL Draft Player Profile: Sanders Commings

Sanders Commings was drafted 134th overall in the NFL Draft to the Kansas City Chiefs. As the Chiefs look to rebuild their organization from the top down, here's what they can expect from the Bulldogs defensive back.

NFL Draft Player Profile: Shawn Williams

As one of the more "aggressive" players on UGA's defense for the better part of the last four years, Shawn Williams is a bad man, a good leader, and a great enforcer.


Welcome, kids! In this episode of the Dawg Gone Podcast, we speak about recruiting things, say "adios King," and chat to dying dreams. For those playing at home, that's Macondawg, T. Kyle King (in his last show), and yes, Erin Murphy.

Dawg Bites: The Dotted Line in Nine (Days)

Signing Day is approaching rapidly and this Monday's edition of Dawg Bites takes a look at some articles around the web that gives a little insight into the insanity.

DGP 62: 100% More Real Than Te'o's Girlfriend

Chuckdawg and I discuss hard times for the basketball program, tough questions for Greg McGarity, LISTENER-SUBMITTED QUESTIONS (always my favorite), and raises for the football staff. I'd tell you more, but that's why they call them "teasers," folks.

Dawg Bites: So What Do We Write About Now? Edition

Saturday marked the first one in quite a while that we didn't have any college football. Does that mean that we're slowing down at Dawg Sports? Not in the slightest.

2012 in Review: The Running Backs

In 2011, the running game was a hodgepodge of effectiveness mixed with nonexistence. In 2012, it was the cornerstone of the Dawgs' resurgence. At the end of the season, we ask "Why?"

DGP 61: Sorry Nebraska. It's not you, it's us.

In this episode of the Dawg Gone Podcast, we talk some about the bowl game against Nebraska, but we also wax Dawg Poetic about Rodney Garner leaving, who should replace him, and why can't we just throw money at UGA's problems?

The Last Girl Asked to the Dance

In an already whirlwind offseason for the SEC, the Friday Morning Dawg Bites takes a look at how so far, the SEC has turned into a group of darlings, wallflowers, and duds.

DGP 60: Pride and Heartbreak

Yep, it hurts. It hurts in ways that I can't describe. Thankfully, Kyle is on the show this week and we wax Dawg Poetic about this game, our showdown with Nebraska, and why it's time to walk away from the mountain so we can appreciate the climb.

DGP 59: The Championship Roundtable

Big-time games call for big-time podcasts, and so we brought the Roundtable back to talk everything from dismantling Georgia Tech, to what UGA needs to do in order to upset the Crimson Tide on Saturday.

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