Sep 28, 2013; Athens, GA, USA; Georgia Bulldogs head coach Mark Richt reacts to the action against the LSU Tigers during the second half at Sanford Stadium. Georgia defeated LSU 44-41. Mandatory Credit: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

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Welcome to Dawn of the Dawg, the Georgia Bulldogs news and opinions site brought to you by the FanSided Network. Dawn of the Dawg is dedicated to providing top-notch Bulldogs news, views and original content. This site also serves as a community for like-minded fans to come together to catch up on the latest news and to discuss their passion.

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Michael Collins, Managing Editor

Michael Collins is an Atlanta sports humorist, columnist, radio host and local team apologist. He is a member of the FWAA and eats peanut butter straight from the jar. He is an NCAA editorial director for Fansided.com, and the managing editor of DawnOfTheDawg.com, as well as a Fansided.com national writer. His words of wisdom - "A facepalm is not an endorsement"

Richard Gnann, editor

A graduate of the University of Georgia and retired music teacher, Richard is a passionate follower of the Georgia Bulldogs and can be found at Georgia football, basketball and baseball games. He is a children's song writer/performer and children's author and occasionally serves as a sub-varsity basketball referee. "I'm excited to bring some info and perspectives on Georgia athletics to Dawn of the Dawg."

Krisi Cooper, Staff Writer

I am a 26 yr old former army brat who has lived all across the east coast and even in Puerto Rico. I am a fan of all sports, but football and hockey are my favorites. I have been a fan of the Georgia Bulldogs since I can remember. After my family moved to Ft. Drum, NY, I also became a NY Rangers fan. After moving to Nashville, TN, I switched my allegiance from the Rangers to the Nashville Predators. I am also a fan of the Atlanta Braves and Philadelphia 76ers. Needless to say I typically a heartbroken fan.

Sravanthi Meka, Staff Writer

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