Georgia Bulldogs Football

  1. Georgia Bulldogs Football

    Listen: Georgia Matches Up Well with TCU

    Dawgsportsradiovia Dawgsportsradio
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    Barrett Sallee Breaks Down Liberty Bowl

    Dawgsportsradiovia Dawgsportsradio
  3. Georgia Bulldogs Football

    Preview, Predictions for Liberty Bowl

    Sean Fryevia Bleacher Report
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    CFP, New Year's 6 and Full Bowl Slate Revealed

    Tyler Conwayvia Bleacher Report
  5. Georgia Bulldogs Football

    B/R's SEC Football All-Conference Team

    Barrett Salleevia Bleacher Report
  6. Georgia Bulldogs Football

    B/R's Predictions for Every Bowl Game

    Brian Pedersenvia Bleacher Report
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    What Holloman and Herring Bring to Georgia's 2017 Class

    Dawgsportsradiovia Dawgsportsradio
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    4-Star WR Holloman Commits to Georgia

    Rob Goldbergvia Bleacher Report
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    Four Star DT Solomon Getting Closer to a Decision

    Dawgsportsradiovia Dawgsportsradio
  10. Georgia Bulldogs Football

    Dawgs Land 4-Star DE Malik Herring

    Scott Polacekvia Bleacher Report
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    Georgia a School to Watch for 4-Star DE Kaindoh

    Sanjay Kirpalanivia Bleacher Report
  12. Georgia Bulldogs Football

    SEC Rankings: Whose Next After Alabama?

    Brad Shepardvia Bleacher Report
  13. Georgia Bulldogs Football

    Week 14 Rankings, Bowl Game Projections

    Kerry Millervia Bleacher Report
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    SEC Q&A: Kiffin's Last Year as Alabama's OC?

    Barrett Salleevia Barrett Sallee
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    Smart's 1st UGA Season a Mixed Bag

    Barrett Salleevia Bleacher Report
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    Listen: Kirby Smart Takes the Blame for This Season

    Dawgsportsradiovia Dawgsportsradio
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    Georgia Is a Team with No Identity

    Dawgsportsradiovia Dawgsportsradio
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    Grading 1st Year CFB Coaches' 2016 Seasons

    Greg Wallacevia Bleacher Report
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    SEC Football: Best Performances from Week 13

    Brian Marronvia Bleacher Report
  20. Georgia Bulldogs Football

    There's No Sugarcoating It: SEC Is Mediocre in 2016

    Barrett Salleevia Bleacher Report
  21. Georgia Bulldogs Football

    Breaking Down Each Conf. Championship

    SEC Countryvia SEC Country
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    US Army Player of the Year Finalists for 2017

    Tyler Donohuevia Bleacher Report
  23. Georgia Bulldogs Football

    Where Georgia Stands in the Stat Rankings

    DawgNationvia DawgNation
  24. Georgia Bulldogs Football

    Where Georgia Goes from Here

    DawgNationvia DawgNation
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    Yellow Jackets Rally Late to Stun Georgia

    ESPN.comvia ESPN.com
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    Game Grades, Analysis for Bulldogs

    Evan Greenbergvia Evan Greenberg
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    CFB's Full Spectrum of Drama on Display in Crazy 24 Hours

    Adam Kramervia Bleacher Report
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    Chubb Moves Within Yards of 2nd on UGA's All-time Rushing List

    DawgNationvia DawgNation
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    Georgia Tech Finds the End Zone in Final Minute to Lead UGA

    ESPN.comvia ESPN.com
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    This Game vs. Georgia Tech Should Be Similar to 2013-2014

    Dawgsportsradiovia Dawgsportsradio
  31. Things Georgia Should be Thankful For

    In the spirit of today, let's list some things Georgia football should be thankful for:

    Rodrigo Blankenship
    Jim Chaney in boxes enclosed by glass
    Auburn's inability to beat the Bulldogs
    Isaiah McKenzie
    Riley Ridley's future
    Jacob Eason's future
    The Halloween press conference gorilla
    Trent Thompson
    Mo Smith's decision to transfer
    Roquan Smith
    Visors
    Goggles
    Brice Ramsey's legs
    Rodrigo Blankenship again

    Happy Thanksgiving, everyone. May it be filled with friends, family and football.

    — Evan Greenberg (@EvanGreenberg8)

  32. Defending Georgia Tech's Triple-Option Comes with New Wrinkles

    It comes up every year—a Thanksgiving tradition as much as turkey and mashed potatoes. When Georgia faces off against Georgia Tech, talk about stopping the triple-option inevitably comes up.

    And this year, it might be even more pertinent than years past, with this being Kirby Smart’s first Georgia Tech game as Georgia head coach, coming in with his own philosophy on how to stop it.

    And, as Seth Emerson of the AJC noted (https://dawgs.us/2fszNt4), Georgia is a young team on defense, and its experience defending against this unconventional offense is somewhat limited.

    This will be something to keep an eye on early on in the game, as the triple-option at game speed isn’t something that can exactly be simulated. Sure, Georgia will have a scout team try to run it as closely as possible to the Yellow Jackets, but there’s no substitute for the real thing.

    —Evan Greenberg @EvanGreenberg8

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    2018 4-Star DB Christian Tutt Resetting His Process

    Dawgsportsradiovia Dawgsportsradio
  34. Examining Georgia's Potential Bowl Destinations

    Regardless of what happens tomorrow, Georgia football is going bowling. But where?


    Projections released earlier this week on ESPN (http://es.pn/2f4y928) and Fox Sports (http://foxs.pt/2fZCn8b) have the Bulldogs headed to Nashville for the Music City Bowl. Two of these three projections across the two sites have the projected opponent as Iowa. The last has it as Indiana.

    This is likely contingent on the team taking care of business Saturday, of course. But examining these two opponents, Iowa is the more high-profile opponent with more history. The Hawkeyes did not have the same type of season they did last year and have been up and down. There’s a chance Georgia and Iowa could enter their game with the same record as well.

    Indiana is a bit of a different story, with the Hoosiers currently sitting at a game under .500 and playing as a middle-of-the-road Big Ten team all year. This matchup would lack some of the luster that a Georgia-Iowa game would, but the Hoosiers have displayed an ability to hang around against tough opponents.

    Given what was happening a month ago, it’s something of a minor miracle that Georgia gets to speculate like this. But a good November can cure all, and it could very well earn the team a trip to Nashville.

    — Evan Greenberg @EvanGreenberg8

  35. Two Years Later, Reflecting on the Last Athens Georgia vs. Georgia Tech Game

    You’re going to be reminded of it umpteen times this week, so let’s take this space to get it all out and remember 2014’s Georgia/Georgia Tech matchup.

    It was a crisp late fall day, and Georgia lost. It lost after squibbing a kick short after what was seemingly a game-winning touchdown only to have it followed by a 53-yard field goal to send the game to overtime, which was followed then by a game-ending interception from Hutson Mason.

    Apologies for opening a since-healed wound. But it’s a good reminder for what will be attempted to avenge at Sanford Stadium this Saturday. Each team has lost at its home field the past two seasons, and in a game like this, the taste has to be especially sour when that happens.

    This is also Kirby Smart’s reintroduction to this rivalry, although something tells me going to high school in Georgia and then playing and coaching for the Bulldogs has given him plenty of context—he won’t need much of a refresher.

    So welcome to Thanksgiving week. Welcome to Georgia/Georgia Tech week, where the win/loss between the two will ping-pong once again, or a streak will begin.

    —Evan Greenberg @EvanGreenberg8

  36. Georgia Bulldogs Football

    Which SEC Coaches Will Be on Hot Seat Exiting 2016?

    Barrett Salleevia Bleacher Report
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    Podcast: Georgia Tech Hate Week Has Arrived

    Dawgsportsradiovia Dawgsportsradio
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    McKenzie's 2 TDs Lead Georgia Past ULL 35-21

    ESPN.comvia ESPN.com
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    Best Performances from Week 12 in the SEC

    Brian Marronvia Bleacher Report
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    Mckenzie Goes to the House on 1st Play from Scrimmage

    ESPN.comvia ESPN.com
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    Game Grades, Analysis for Bulldogs

    Evan Greenbergvia Bleacher Report
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    B/R's Top 25 for Week 13

    Bleacher Report College Football Staffvia Bleacher Report
  43. Georgia Bulldogs Football

    Winners and Losers from Week 12 of College Football

    Kerry Millervia Bleacher Report
  44. Jacob Eason Stabilizing Georgia's Passing Attack

    Jacob Eason has, in the latter half of this season, been a stabilizing force in Georgia’s offense.

    He has, and forgive me, managed the game well. But what Eason has done best these past few games is spreading the ball around.

    Georgia is still searching for a No. 1 receiver. Javon Wims and Riley Ridley have stated their case in different parts of the year, but it can’t be said that they have fully emerged.

    With this in mind, Eason has done a good job recognizing what it is he has in front of them, distributing the ball to five-plus different receivers a good bit lately in an attempt to get the passing game going. This is a move that proves he's wise beyond his years, and it really aides to the short- and long-term development of these players.

    Head coach Kirby Smart and offensive coordinator Jim Chaney have to be proud and take solace in the fact that they have a quarterback thinking like this, especially one in his freshman season. The progression of Eason is multifaceted, and in this area he has excelled and demonstrated himself a smart player as it relates to understanding that others’ success translates to the team’s and that whatever he can do to support this notion can only benefit everyone.

    —Evan Greenberg @EvanGreenberg8

  45. Examining Nick Chubb's Future Beyond This Season

    The AJC’s DawgNation has a good story up on Nick Chubb’s NFL future (https://dawgs.us/2eLoIo3).

    What I found most interesting about the story was how candid Chubb was willing to be about his process, especially in the middle of a game week. This is not a criticism; I find it refreshing and honest. Chubb answered what was at the top of his mind—that he has thought about the factors that will play into his decision to stay or forgo his senior season.

    To me, it doesn’t matter as much if Chubb is not drafted in the first round. As writer Seth Emerson noted, Georgia will have to do a lot of shuffling on its offensive line next year—one that hasn’t exactly set the world on fire this season.

    An improvement on this season next year for Chubb would increase his draft stock, but by how much? NFL scouts have a pretty good idea of what he can do, and when healthy, he’s proved that he is as talented as any player who might declare.

    So cherish Chubb’s last few games this season. He says he hasn’t made any final decisions, but if he does decide to leave, these will be his last games in a Georgia uniform, and they should be savored.

    —Evan Greenberg @EvanGreenberg8

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    Kirby Smart All Access Sony Michel

    UGA Engineeringvia YouTube
  47. Georgia Bulldogs Football

    Dawgs Hope to Avoid Another 'Funeral' in Black Unis

    Sam Strongvia ESPN.com

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