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Maybe Alabama's Strength and Conditioning Program Isn't All It's Cracked Up to Be

If the Crimson Tide are so much better than everyone else at strength and conditioning, why are their former players so susceptible to injury?

Arkansas Strength & Conditioning Coach Ben Herbert Is Doing Work

Ben Herbert is so good that even Brey Cook's beard is bigger and stronger. Seriously, take a look at some of his results here.

Georgia will spend over $100,000 more on this year’s four-man strength staff than it did on last...

Georgia will spend over $100,000 more on this year’s four-man strength staff than it did on last season’s five full-time staffers and a part-time assistant.

Senator Blutarsky on Georgia's new strength and conditioning staff. Go 'Dawgs!

Georgia Bulldogs Make New Strength and Conditioning Hire

As Senator Blutarsky notes, there now are no graduate assistants and no former Red and Black players on Joe Tereshinski's staff. Go 'Dawgs!

Penn State's New Weight Room Is Very, Very Real

Penn State's new football weight room is here, and it is beautiful thanks to South Carolina company Sorinex.

Thursday Morning Dawg Bites: Suck It Up, You Bunch of Crybabies! Edition

There's griping about moving the Florida-Tennessee game from CBS. There's griping about Big Ten teams having to play postseason games outside the Midwest. People need to shut up and quit whining, and Dawg Sports explains why.

Mike Boyle Likely To Be New Red Sox Strength And Conditioning Coach

The Red Sox need a new strength and conditioning coach, and they might have found themselves the perfect fit.

Too Much Information: Georgia Bulldogs v. Boise State Broncos

On Labor Day weekend, Atlanta will host the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game and DragonCon. Dawg Sports breaks down the college football matchup between the Georgia Bulldogs and the Boise State Broncos in terms of Frank Herbert's sci-fi masterpiece, "Dune."

No Pain, No Gain?: Preseason Practice, Injuries, and the Georgia Bulldogs

The Georgia Bulldogs have reintroduced two-a-days, upgraded their conditioning program, . . . and suffered a rash of preseason injuries. Do the benefits of tackling to the ground in football practice outweigh the heightened likelihood of college players getting hurt?

Confirmed: Brandon Burrows Will Miss the 2011 Season

All that worrying you were doing about the offensive line, the running backs, and the secondary? Yeah, start worrying about the linebackers, too. There are so many areas of this team where the margin for error is nonexistent that the 2011 'Dawgs are starting to remind me of Tom Wolfe's recurring line from The Right Stuff: it could blow at any seal! We now have to hope against hope that absolutely no one gets injured . . . and that the strength and conditioning program is all that and a bag of lean protein and complex carbohydrates. We're going to need some guys to play a bunch of minutes in a bunch of games, because there's just no one behind them. On the plus side, I like our chances to dominate the selections for the All-SEC freshman team! Go 'Dawgs!

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