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Dawg Treats – Sunday

Dawg Treats

Jacob Park is learning the ropes (Photo: Logan Booker/BI)

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Dawg News

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Coach Humphreys talks about Friday’s performance at the NCAA Championships

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College football’s most valuable programs

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Ice Dawgs coming

Connor Kelly, a UGA alum who is an adviser to the UGA club ice hockey team as a member of the UGA Hockey Foundation, sent me an excited note this week with the news that the Classic Center in Athens has already sold out the April 9 UGA ice hockey game against Georgia Tech that will mark the Ice Dawgs’ first match at their new home arena.

Total attendance is expected to exceed 2,000, which is especially impressive considering the match is being played on a Wednesday night. And season tickets for the 2014-15 home games in the Classic Center (which only recently got ice rink capability) will go on sale soon. The season will begin in September and run through February, Connor said.

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SEC and National News

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Macon be trollin’

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Jeepers

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Maryland and ACC are having a mudslinging

The ugly divorce between Maryland and the ACC continues to rage. Maryland has issued subpoenas to multiple ACC schools with the intention of allowing Maryland to get a look at documents related to the university’s departure from the ACC. Maryland is joining the Big Ten later this year, but the school is fighting to keep money it believes it is owed from the ACC.

The Washington Post reports Maryland issued subpoenas in January and Februaryto Clemson, Duke, Georgia Tech, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Notre Dame, Syracuse, Virginia, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest. Maryland also sent a subpoena to ESPN, believing the network suggested the ACC try to make a push to add schools from the Big Ten. The schools thought to be targets of the ACC from the Big Ten were never confirmed. According to the report by The Washington Post, Virginia Tech and Georgia Tech are the only schools so far to comply with the requests of Maryland, and North Carolina State intends to comply.

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Mark Richt has lost control…

Offensive lineman Alex Lewis will serve some time in jail, but the Nebraska player will be allowed to finish out the spring semester before doing so. Lewis has been sentenced to 45 days in jail and will serve two years of probation for a fight last spring in Colorado.

Lewis was involved in a fight that left an Air Force cadet unconscious. Police had also arrested Colorado quarterback Jordan Webb at the same time. Lewis pleaded guilty to a third-degree assault charge in December and had a handful of other charges dropped as part of a plea deal. A district judge decided Lewis may finish out the spring semester at Nebraska before serving his time. Lewis transferred to Nebraska from Colorado last year.

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Dawg Treats

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Music by PanicFan

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Linda Maria Ronstadt (born July 15, 1946) is an American popular music singer. She has earned 11 Grammy Awards, two Academy of Country Music awards, an Emmy Award, an ALMA Award, and numerous United States and internationally certified gold, platinum and multiplatinum albums. She has also earned nominations for a Tony Awardand a Golden Globe award.
 
You’re No Good

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Desperado

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Love Me Tender (with Elvis)

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Don’t Know Much (with Aaron Neville)

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Stuff

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Ready for work

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Hey y’all, look what I found

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Dollar Bill Secrets

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GETTING HIGH WITH RUSSIA’S SPIDER-MAN

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New World Record Deadlift 1155 pounds

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Secret Life of Dogs

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How to build a 60MPH MOBILITY SCOOTER

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