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Brandon

Just wanted you to know I listen to Dawg Nation Daily from Louisville, KY. Go Dawgs......Doctor Dawg

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  • lifelongdawglifelongdawg Posts: 23 ✭✭ Sophomore

    Listening from Sewanee, TN...every day. My appreciation as well and Go Dawgs!

  • RxDawgRxDawg Posts: 2,922 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    It's funny. 20 years ago I used to think there wasn't enough media to go around for UGA. At least relative to other teams. We had the AJC blog. And there were a few other sites I knew other fans used. Dawgvent comes to mind. But it was really hard to get the radio shows if you didn't live in an area that carried it. The coaches show (Mark Richt show at the time) came on at Midnight Monday morning. Seriously that was a crappy timeslot. Also... the show kinda stunk. It still stinks. The Kirby show has almost zero substance to it. But the point is now there is a plethora of different media we can follow UGA football with. Websites, blogs, podcasts... we can get our fill. As the football raised it's game, so did the media coverage.


    (old man voice) In my day sonny we had to work to get UGA info, uphill, both ways, in the snow!

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