1. Freshman Spotlight: Georgia TE Orson Charles

    Orson Charles is out of Plant High in Tampa, Fla., where he was a SuperPrep All-American and was selected to play in the Army All-American game in 2008...

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  2. Georgia LB Rennie Curran: The Most Dominant Defensive Player In The Game

    If Rennie Curran has done one thing since he stepped foot on the Georgia campus in Athens, its make plays. He has literally been a tackling machine on the Dawgs defense since 2007...

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  3. Coach Willie Martinez: Is 2009 His Last Season As D-Coordinator?

    After the 2008 season, a majority of Georgia fans were disappointed in how the defense performed, especially in the regular season finale against Georgia Tech. It seemed as though the defense, after starting out strong, played worse as the season went on.

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  4. Experience in the Trenches Will Be the Key to Victory in Stillwater

    Georgia heads to Stillwater, Oklahoma to face Oklahoma State on Sept. 5 in what is sure to be a lopsided victory for the Cowboys, or that is what many of the experts think...

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  5. Freshman Spotlight: Georgia RB Washaun Ealey

    Washaun Ealey is out of Emanuel County Institute in Twin City, Ga where he was a Parade All-American, SuperPrep All-American and the Class 1-A Player of the Year in 2008...

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  6. Freshman Spotlight: Georgia WR Marlon Brown

    Marlon Brown comes to Georgia out of Harding Academy in Memphis, Tenn where he was named a Parade All-American and the Class 2-A Mr. Football. He chose the Dawgs over schools such as Tennessee, Ohio State, Ole Miss, Florida, LSU, Oklahoma, and USC...

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  7. Bulldogs Continue To Land Top Talent in State of Georgia

    For the University of Georgia, the month of July was business-as-usual as they continued to land the top talent in the state. During July, the Dawgs received six more verbal commitments, bringing their total to 18 so far this offseason...

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  8. The 10 Reasons The SEC Is THE Conference In College Football

    When it comes to college football there is without a doubt only one conference that dominates year in and year out, the Southeastern Conference...

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  9. Atlanta Falcons: Position Battles to Keep An Eye On This Pre-season

    This preseason is shaping up to be an exciting one for the Atlanta Falcons. After making the playoffs in 2008, the coaching staff’s first year in Atlanta, head coach Mike Smith and company have high expectations entering 2009...

    Wes Holtzclaw Written by Wes Holtzclaw about almost 6 years ago 312 reads 3 comments

  10. Georgia's Offense for the Ages

    After the great feedback that I received from my article “Georgia’s Greatest Junkyard Dawg Defense,” I started to reminiscence of all the great offensive players that have come through the University of Georgia...

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  11. Georgia Tech: Five Match-ups to Watch Out For In 2009

    As the Yellow Jackets from Georgia Tech enter the 2009 football season, several people feel as though they are the team to beat in the ACC...

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  12. Georgia's "Junkyard Dawg" Defensive All-Star Team

    Through the years the University of Georgia has produced some of the greatest defensive players of all-time. They have produced quality players at each position, unlike most schools who produce quality players at just a single position...

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  13. Bulldogs Close Out June on High Note

    The University of Georgia closed out the month of June by collecting three more verbal commitments to bring their total number of commitments to 12...

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  14. Quit Your Bickering and Put Mark McGwire In The Hall Of Fame

    Over the last few years, it has become very apparent that the media and the Hall of Fame voters will never allow one of the greatest power hitters of my generation to enter the Hall of Fame...

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  15. Georgia Tech: High Expectations For 2009

    The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets and Coach Paul Johnson have put the Ramblin' Wreck back on the map in the ACC. After a 9-4 season a year ago, the Jackets are sure to challenge both Virginia Tech and North Carolina for the Coastal Division crown in 2009..

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  16. Who Should the Atlanta Hawks Consider in 2009 Draft?

    The Atlanta Hawks have the 19th pick in the first round of next week's NBA draft. The Hawks have several needs at every position, but they will have a dire need at the PG position if they are unable to resign Mike Bibby and Flip Murray...

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  17. Georgia Tech Gains Four Commitments in Last Week

    The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets have had quite a week in the recruiting front. In the last week, they have gained a total of four verbal commitments. On 6-11, Tech received a commitment from CB Barry Bostic from Jefferson County High in Louisville, GA...

    Wes Holtzclaw Written by Wes Holtzclaw about 5 years ago 281 reads 2 comments

  18. Dawgs Steal Another Recruit Out of Florida, Adds WR As Well

    The University of Georgia has received its third verbal commitment out of the state of Florida for 2010. OL Brent Benedict, out of Jacksonville, committed to the Dawgs on 6-15...

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  19. Georgia Tech: Breaking Down The 2009 Schedule

    When Paul Johnson took over the helm at Georgia Tech before the 2008 season many in the sports world felt that his style of play would not work at a major Division 1 program...

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  20. Michael Vick Released by Atlanta Falcons

    After spending the last 22 months in federal custody, troubled quarterback Michael Vick has officially been released by the Atlanta Falcons...

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  21. Atlanta Braves Focus On Pitching During Second Day of Draft

    With day two of the MLB draft in the books, the Atlanta Braves continued to go after pitching. They drafted a total of 13 pitchers out of 27 selections on Wednesday, going the college route instead of the high school route with most of their picks...

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  22. Georgia Bulldogs: Breaking Down the 2009 Schedule

    Head Coach Mark Richt is now officially the "Dean" of the SEC coaches. He enters his ninth season as head coach in 2009 with a record of 82-22 at the school. That is an average of 10-2 per year with a 6-2 bowl record to go along with it...

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  23. For One Fan, Georgia Bulldogs Passion Is 23 Years Strong

    When I was 9 years old, my dad made one of my dreams come true. We drove a couple of hours down I-20, through a couple of small towns, and ended up next to what I considered to be Holy Ground...

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  24. Future Hall of Famer Tom Glavine: Should He Retire Now?

    Atlanta Braves' great Tom Glavine is getting ready to come off the Disabled List in a few weeks. In all honesty, Tommy needs to go ahead hang up his cleats and retire...

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  25. The Ups and Downs of Being an Atlanta Falcons Fan

    After 26 years of rooting for the Atlanta Falcons, I have come to the realization that most years, I am going to be disappointed more than proud...

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