1. What It REALLY Takes To Get To the SEC Championship Game

    ESPN.com's SEC blogger Chris Low recently posted on how "defense wins championships in this league." He illustrated how the SEC champion usually has a high ranking in "total defense" ...

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  2. Zach Mettenberger Can Learn a Lesson from Another Ex-Georgia Quarterback

    On Sunday, I was watching the 1977 Sugar Bowl between Georgia and Pittsburgh on VHS (sounds exciting, huh?) and then, a few hours later, heard about the Bulldogs kicking Zach Mettenberger ...

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  3. There Need be Only One Dawg in the Fight for Georgia's Quarterback

    The Bulldog Nation recently breathed a collective sigh of relief when it was learned its players were cleared in the newly solved “taxi incident” case; no Bulldog will join the newly dismissed Montez Robinson as an ex-Dog...

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  4. Georgia Bulldog Jake Scott a Hall of Fame Candidate

    I saw where Jake Scott was recently one of three former Georgia Bulldogs announced by the National Football Foundation (NFF) as a possibility for induction into the College Football Hall of Fame...

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  5. Georgia Football History: Top Five One-Hit Wonders

    While gathering information on Heisman Trophy finishers for my article on the third-best SEC program of all time, I noticed that Auburn's Rudi Johnson finished 10th in the trophy's voting in 2000...

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  6. SEC Historical Power Rankings: Who's Third after Alabama and Tennessee?

    For many southerners, the expression, “I Am Third,” is more than just an acclaimed autobiography by Gale Sayers. It is also an assertion often made by several football programs of the Southeastern Conference and their respective fans...

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  7. Top 10 All-Time Moments of Georgia's Uga

    The Bulldog Nation will be seeking answers to several burning questions as its Dawgs enter the 2010 football season...

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  8. Top Five Georgia Bulldogs Who Must Step Up in 2010

    The 2010 season opener for the Georgia Bulldogs is nearly seven months away but it is not too early to begin considering what it will take for the Dawgs to be successful next fall...

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  9. An Auspicious Beginning for Georgia Football

    On this day 118 years ago, the University of Georgia competed in the very first of its 1,178 football games.   The birth of one of college football’s most prominent programs began when 24-year-old Dr...

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  10. National Signing Day 2010: Are Recruiting Rankings Meaningful?

    To finalize college football’s approaching National Signing Day, as is the case every year, a dozen or more recruiting services will promptly unveil the second-most prominent set of final rankings ...

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  11. Georgia Football's Window of Opportunity Is Wide Open in 2010

    Most Georgia football fans have already started to contemplate the 2010 season. For some, it began as early as Oct. 10, following the embarrassing 45-19 loss at Tennessee...

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  12. Even the Georgia Bulldogs' Herschel Walker Had a Heisman Letdown

    Shortly after he won this year's Heisman Trophy, I saw Alabama running back Mark Ingram on Good Morning America , Today (or one of those morning shows), and thought to myself, "Here we go again...

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  13. The Georgia Bulldogs' Greatest Day: 1/1/81 Remembered

    Today, the first day of a new year, is a special date in Georgia football history.  The Bulldogs have played on the first day of the year more than any other date (22 times); However, none of ...

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  14. 1991 Independence Bowl: Georgia Bulldogs Danced In Shreveport at Hogs' Expense

    I contend that the 1990 Georgia Bulldogs football team is probably the worst in school history since the modern era of the 1940s.  The ’90 Dogs won just four games, winning two by a single point and all four by only 17 combined points...

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  15. Georgia-Texas A&M: Independence Bowl Will Be Just Fifth Meeting

    The 34th Independence Bowl on December 28 will counter the Bulldogs against the Texas A&M Aggies. Although these two schools have squared off on just four previous occasions and will play ...

    Patrick Garbin Written by Patrick Garbin about almost 5 years ago 2,928 reads 1 comments

  16. Georgia's Herschel Walker Would've Won the Heisman in 1980

    With the presentation of the 2009 Heisman Trophy only days away, I am reminded of how ridiculous it is that the trophy is awarded prior to the end of the entire season. Nearly 30 years ago, the Heisman’s early voting affected one of our very own...

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  17. Georgia Tech Head Coach Johnson: Punch UGA Fans In Face

    It looks like the Georgia Bulldogs are not only superior on the gridiron than their in-state rival, but also have a much classier coach...

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  18. Georgia Bulldogs Salvage Season With Classic Win

    I’ll admit it. I had basically given up on Georgia Bulldogs football for 2009, conceded a loss to Georgia Tech, and was already looking forward to next season. The Dawgs had lost to Kentucky at home and were playing on the road at No...

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  19. Georgia-Georgia Tech: Admission of a Dawg Fan and Tech Hater

    I do not like the Georgia Institute of Technology, and I especially do not like its football team.  I somewhat respect the Yellow Jackets for their sudden turnaround with Coach Paul Johnson ...

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  20. Undisciplined Dawgs Give Game Away But They're Not At Fault

    Coming off a huge win over rival Auburn and looking to improve their bowl status, a seemingly inspired bunch of Bulldogs played their best half of the year on Saturday against Kentucky...

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  21. Georgia vs. Kentucky: An Underrated Rivalry

    The history of Georgia versus Kentucky in football is a far cry than the Bulldogs’ rivalries with Auburn, Georgia Tech, Florida, Tennessee, and several others...

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  22. A Day Many Dawgs Will Never Forget

    During halftime of the Georgia-Auburn game, where the Bulldogs trailed 14-7, Georgia's Jeff Owens reportedly told the team that the game and the season were far from being over...

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  23. A Look Back: Dogs Vs. Division I-AA

    The Bulldogs will host the Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles this Saturday at Sanford Stadium--the 11th time Georgia has played a Division I-AA or, as it is now considered, FCS foe...

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  24. Erk Russell: He Turned Lemons into Lemonade

    Three years ago, the University of Georgia football program lost one of its greatest Bulldogs of all time. Erskine “Erk” Russell was Georgia’s defensive coordinator for 17 seasons and, ...

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  25. New Look, Same Struggling Bulldogs

    Last Saturday, Georgia entered its game with Florida having two weeks to prepare, an apparent new attitude towards the last half of its season, and wearing brand spanking new uniforms...

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