Top 10 College Football and Basketball Rivalries

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College football season begins tomorrow night! The first full slate of full games follows two days later. In the spirit of the season, we present the ten best rivalries in the game, and give you the corresponding date to circle on your calendar.

This is a football centric list, but we have the best college basketball rivalries on here as well.

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Georgia Bulldogs handle Nebraska Cornhuskers in Capital One: news and notes

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In their respective conference championship games, the Georgia Bulldogs came up 5 yards short of competing for the national title versus the Crimson Tide. The Nebraska Cornhuskers had 70 points hung on them by a 5 loss Wisconsin Badgers team. So on this college football holiday, what would happen in the Capital One Bowl? They day belonged to UGA, so thus will the news and notes in this post.

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Georgia Bulldogs NT, likely NFL Draft pick to miss Capital One Bowl

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The Georgia Bulldogs are heavy favorites in the bowl formerly known as the Citrus Bowl. But maybe the line will shift more towards the favor of the Nebraska Cornhuskers now that the Dawgs will be missing one of their top guns on defense.

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Alabama vs. Georgia in BCS Final Four Game: SEC Title Preview

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The college football Final Four is set for this year. The Alabama Crimson Tide will meet the Georgia Bulldogs in the SEC Title Game, but it’s a play-in game for the BCS National title. The winner gets Notre Dame.

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Outback Bowl vs. Georgia: Serious Let-Down for Michigan State

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On paper, the Outback Bowl: Michigan State vs. Georgia is a great game. Two schools that are much more worthy of being in the BCS than Virginia Tech, and probably more deserving than Michigan. So clearly, it’s a better game than the Sugar Bowl.

And the Orange Bowl too. Clemson is nothing special, and no Big East team, let alone West Virginia should be allowed anywhere near the BCS. And even though MSU and UGA were possibly worthy of at large bids, Boise State, Arkansas and South Carolina were much worthier than the Spartans and Bulldogs; and they got shut out. Proving once again the BcS in the BCS.

But it’s not the Rose Bowl, and for MSU it was all about P4RB “Prepare for Rose Bowl” and aything else is a huge disappointment.

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Georgia State Trooper Tackles Georgia Tech Player on Sidelines (Video)

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Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader Melissa Kellerman wasn’t the only person to get tackled on the sidelines this past football weekend.

Don’t you love the rivalry weekend in college football? Zaniess ensues. In the bloodfeud between Georgia and Georgia Tech; predictably won by UGA, Tech receiver Stephen Hill was tackled by a very large state trooper with very good form.

The cheerleaders look on in beffudlement.

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#14 Georgia Bulldogs: College Football 77 in 77

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Why am I so high on a team that had a losing season last fall and lost their best players on both sides of the ball? Well, the Georgia Bulldogs have a lot more going for them in 2011 than they did last year. A.J. Green and Justin Houston are indeed gone, but they have a blue chip recruiting class coming in, stud transfers becoming eligible, and another year in the system at key positions.

Also, the Bulldogs off-season conditioning program will bring more speed to the personnel better suited for their attacking style on defense.

For the Georgia basketball season preview go here

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Georgia Bulldogs Self-Report Five NCAA Recruiting Violations

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As if Ohio State Buckeyes Coach Jim Tressel gedidn’t look bad enough today. The Georgia Bulldogs are making him look even shadier. Maybe this is why the SEC has won the last six college football national championships. They’re even better at cheating/handling cheating than the Big Ten.

Exactly unlike the Sweater Vest, when they found out about five violations the school committed (mostly of a secondary nature) all originating from the recruitment of 5-star defensive end prospect  Ray Drew, they reported it immediately. Maybe Tressel’s shame inspired UGA to move faster on this?

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