A Change in Staff

ATHENS - After spending nearly a decade as Georgia's strength and conditioning coach, Dave Van Halanger will not return next season.
December 2, 2010

Mats Remain an Vital Part of Program

ATHENS – A 5-foot-9 ball of muscle, there aren't many players at Georgia who attack the weight room with as much ferocity as Rennie Curran.
March 1, 2009

Van Halanger Recounts Numerous Bowl Games

ORLANDO - Georgia's Dave Van Halanger talks about the slew of bowl games he's participated in over his career.
December 31, 2008

Pushing for national title in weight room

ATHENS – Georgia strength and conditioning coach Dave Van Halanger is never been one to back away from the most optimistic of goals.
February 25, 2008

Georgia Working on 2005 Season

ATHENS - Georgia football fans, being Southern football fans, already are looking forward to the start of the 2005 season.
January 21, 2005

The Iron Dawgs Max Out

Summer testing is complete. Take a look at the numbers that Georgia's strength and conditioning program had this summer and compare them to previous highs and lows. Who is working the hardest? Which of the Freshmen are the strongest? See Inside!
August 10, 2004

The Iron Dawgs Working Mat Drills

<img src="http://media.TheInsiders.com/Media/Other/154001_cameraprofile.JPG"> The <b>Iron Dawgs</b> are working hard to get back to Atlanta and beyond next fall with a grueling offseason workout schedule that includes weights, running, sandpits, mat drills, and more. Get a look at one of the Mat Drill stations as the big men go through the paces with this inside look at your <b>Iron Dawgs</b>.
July 20, 2004