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donkeydawg

  • joined Oct 03, 2008
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No Expectations

After an offseason of obsessive reading and discussion about the 2011 edition of the Dawgs, I want to officially register that I "know" less about this team than I did before.  All the reading and...

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From Across the Great Divide

Dr. Saturday's Matt Hinton reminded us today that college football is a very different phenomenon in the South than elsewhere--with "elsewhere" being typified by the West Coast, where powerhouse...

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Boomerang?

I'm guessing a lot of readers have seen the story about Isaiah Crowell's mother expressing anger at the possibility that UGA offered her son's best friend in order to influence his decision.  She...

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Recruiting From a Hot Seat

We're already in the heat of recruiting season, with several Dawg prospects due to make verbal commitments at tomorrow's UA game.  So the urgent issue of the day is whether the Winter of Discontent...

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So now what, unhappy Dawg fans?

There's not much question that the AutoZone Liberty Bowl pushed a majority of serious Dawg fans across the line into the ranks of rebellion against the program.  But let's get real: Richt isn't...

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The Dawgography of Donkeydawg

  My Dawgography differs from most others for two basic reasons.  First, I’ve lived outside the Empire State of the South since 1995, and now reside in central California, a notably different...

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Gray to Stay

It's official; Logan Gray will stick around and split his time between QB and WR duties.  This is good and important news for those of us who didn't want to spend an entire season reaching for the...

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The Unpredictable Season

So we're into that terrible time of year beween the Spring Game and the publication of Phil Steele's annual tome, with 2011 recruiting, the harrowing of Georgia's QB corps, and off-field...

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Thanks For Sharing

Double-T Nation: I'm posting here on behalf of the hard-to-define but considerable number of football fans from across the country who have been haunting your sites (particularly this excellent...

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UGA/LSU Online?

I've just discovered I am spending much of Saturday flying across the country to attend a funeral.  Yes, that's more important than football, but I'd still like to watch some of the game if...

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Leftovers: some additional observations on the Arky game

Since I waste an inordinate amount of time reading post-game analyses, thought I should waste a bit more with some observations that I didn't much see anywhere else: 1) PBO (Penalties By...

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Identity Crisis: How Will We Remember the Richt Era?

As it happens, I'm a blogger by trade, and just yesterday wrote five posts for three different national political sites.  But I've been as nervous and excited as a prom-night teenager about the...

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2009 Competition Improves

I've been bullish about the Dawgs for 2009, but in an effort to curb my enthusiasm, I've been looking at the dark side, with some help from Phil Steele (though he is also relatively bullish about...

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Grounds for (Limited) Optimism Against Gators

I hope I'm not violating some sort of unspoken taboo against early discussion of some of the stuff in Phil Steele's new preview.  In case there is, I'll  avoid spoiling too many things for those...

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Fan Base Questions

Charlottedawg's post on in-state recruiting got me thinking about a related question: the health and breadth of UGA's fan base.  I recall hearing some Dawg brass worry twenty years ago that the...

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Blogs Versus MSM--Sports Edition

As we kill time before G-Day--which, in a rare inversion of the usual handicap of being a Dawg fan in California, I will get to enjoy over a late breakfast in my jammies--I have a basic and...

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A Heretical Thought About the BB Coaching Job

Like most Dawg fans, my main interest in the NCAA basketball tournament has been the potential impact on our prospects for hiring a top-notch coach to revive our sadly depressed program.  Now that...

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Will Dawgs Give Up 1000?

I follow women's basketball only sporadically, but did see that Pat Summit failed to get win #1000 at Oklahoma tonight.  That means her next shot is at home, on Thursday, against Georgia.  Over at...

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Can't Help It--Enjoyed the Sugar Bowl

I know as a Georgia fan I'm supposed to support every SEC team in every bowl game. I know that the University of Alabama is not one of our Certified Rivals (though us older Dawgs have some residual...

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Who Else Could Bolt?

Like a lot of you who were at Sanford Stadium yesterday, I'm taking precautions against the onset of pneumonia, and looking forward to a year of well-earned taunting from Dirt Dauber fans.  And...

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Coming Home

With the Delaney and Bonnie classic playing on the IPOD in my brain, I'm "Comin' Home" to Georgia for Thanksgiving, and to Athens on Saturday for the Dirt Dauber game.    I've now watched the...

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Big Trouble in a Small Paradise

As a self-proclaimed Diaspora Dawg, it seemed appropriate that I watched the Georgia-Florida game in the strangest place yet: the small but beautiful Caribbean island of St. Kitts, where I was...

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Quiet Homecoming

Like a lot of Diaspora Dawgs, I made it to homecoming on Saturday, and enjoyed the atmosphere, the tailgating, and of course, the win.  But inside Sanford Stadium, it felt like one of the quieter...

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A Voice From the Bulldog Diaspora

Hello, dawgs.  I begin this fan post series as someone who has been a Georgia fan since the Ed Thilenius era; who obtained a law degree from UGA back in the day; and who has followed the Dawgs...

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