1. REGGIE BUSH STIFF-ARMED!

    Reggie Bush Stiff-armed! The 2005 Heisman winner reportedly to be stripped of the award. Our only question is "What took so long?"As soon as the smoke began to rise around Bush and ...

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  2. SEE THE GAME: INSIDE LINEBACKERS

    Back in August we published a couple of pieces about the positions that would be keys to the success for Coach Grantham’s 34 defense and we purposefully did not include the linebacker position in that series...

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  3. DAWGBEASTS and the RAGIN’ CAJUNS

    WEEK ONEUNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA vs. GEORGIA THE DEFENSE and COACH GRANTHAM – The DAWGS new look 34 defense definitely passed the eye test Saturday. If that wasn’t enough, they backed it up with some impressive numbers too...

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  4. GRANTHAM IMMORTALIZED

    "I think there's one way to play and that's with effort and intensity and relentless approach to the ball. I think it's a mindset, I think it's an attitude and I think it's a habitual trait…...

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  5. ONE FOR THE LADIES

    Finally, college football season is back. The long, cold winter, the teasing spring and the seemingly never-ending summer months have passed and this weekend we will once again be treated to football “between the hedges...

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  6. KEYS TO SUCCESS FOR GRANTHAM’S D: DEFENSIVE LINE

    The Southeastern Conference is a Big Boy Football League. Proof positive of BBFL status is four consecutive BCS National Championships. Why does the SEC rule the roost when it comes to NCAA football? Simple...

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  7. HOT READS: SCRIMMAGE #2

    So what’s new and what did we learn from the DAWGS second scrimmage of fall camp? Reports are that the defense dominated again and the offense continues to be plagued by inconsistency and injuries to the O-line...

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  8. KEYS TO SUCCESS FOR GRANTHAM'S D: CORNERBACK

    Georgia’s had one, everybody wants one and anyone that tells you they don’t is a liar. I’m talking about that unique and rare species known as…the lock down corner...

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  9. KEYS TO SUCCESS FOR GRANTHAM'S D

    Aggressive. Attacking. Tenacious. Physical. These are just a few of the buzz words coming out of Athens since new defensive coordinator Todd Grantham arrived in the Classic City...

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  10. GEORGIA WILL WIN THE SEC EAST IN 2010. WHY NOT?

    When you take a quick, superficial look at the upcoming football season for the DAWGS, you will either see a team riddled with holes and questions or you will see a team that should ...

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  11. NCAA INQUIRIES AND OUR DAWGS: WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO YOU?

    News broke during the annual gathering of the SEC teams and the media that follow them that the NCAA will launch an inquiry into the goings-on at the athletic department at the University of Georgia...

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  12. WHAT'S THE WORST THAT COULD HAPPEN?

    When you take a quick, superficial look at the upcoming football season for the DAWGS, you will either see a team riddled with holes and questions or you will see a team that should ...

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  13. ALL-AMERICA ON PAUSE

    Trinton Sturdivant is like a shooting star that is lost in the haze of a cloudy night. The big offensive tackle has twice had his ultra-promising career derailed by severe knee injuries and both he and his team have suffered as a result...

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  14. CAN AARON MURRAY STAND THE HEAT OF THIS GEORGIA SUMMER?

    Spring practice 2010 ended and everyone anxiously awaited news as Coach Richt prepared to release his post-spring depth chart that would include a ranking of each of the three quarterbacks vying to land the starting spot for the DAWGS this season...

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  15. GEORGIA AND MARK RICHT STEPPING OUT WITH A NEW EDGE

    A lot was made recently about Georgia’s coaching staff being all over the top in-state football prospects last week like mud on a jockey’s goggles at this weekend’s Kentucky Derby...

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  16. DAWGS QB? YOU CAN FORGET METT

    Courtesy UGASports.comWe may never know who was leading in the race to become the University of Georgia's starting quarterback in 2010, but one thing is for certain...the herd has definitely been thinned...

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  17. IT'S GREAT...TO BE...A GEORGIA BULLDAWG!!!

    I wanted to take a quick minute to recognize the efforts of the Georgia Equestrian and Georgia Men's Golf team, both of which won championships over the weekend...

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  18. A MAN NAMED SUH

    I was a little buried in it this weekend with the NHL and NBA playoffs getting under way and MLB hitting it's stride and I missed something that I would like to share with you now...

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  19. FOUR TIMES IN A ROW

    This past Saturday was not only G-day in Athens, but it was also the day that many of the other college football programs around the country played their spring football games as a conclusion to spring practice...

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  20. RETROBEAST: DAVID GREENE, #14 QUARTERBACK (2001-2004)

    When I first had the idea to do a special series of posts focusing on my favorite University of Georgia football players from the past, there were a handful of names that immediately came to mind...

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  21. WE HEAR YOU AND WE'LL BE WATCHING

    Kwame Geathers has done some great work since arriving in Athens last summer to get himself in position to challenge for playing time. We all knew that, but it appears that Geathers has some game to go along with his 6 foot 6 inch, 308 pound frame...

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  22. CHERISHED MEMORIES

    We have been noticeably quiet over the past few days. My Dad passed away last Wednesday in the very early morning hours of St. Patrick’s Day...

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  23. SPRING PROVING GROUNDS IV

    Coming into spring practice 2010, the widely held opinion was that Georgia’s most intriguing storyline would be how the DAWGS adjust to their new defensive coordinator, coaching staff and scheme OR how the competition at quarterback would play out..

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  24. A LIVING LEGEND AND A DAMN BEAST

    Last night Alice and I were fortunate enough to see Eric Clapton live and in person, for the second time I might add, at The Arena at Gwinnett Center...

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  25. SPRING PROVING GROUNDS III

    DOMINANT. That was the word often used heading into last season when describing just how good Georgia’s interior defensive line could be...

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