1. My Thoughts on The NFL: Week 10

    I've been a little inconsistent and sporadic with my articles lately, mainly because of school. So, as a different approach, I've decided to make a post every Monday in regards to the NFL and college football...

    Michael Foster Written by Michael Foster about 6 years ago 201 reads 0 comments

  2. Atlanta Falcons Mid-Season Report

    As I watched the 2008 NFL draft earlier this year, one thought replayed in my head constantly as the Falcons first pick approached. "Please draft a quarterback...

    Michael Foster Written by Michael Foster about 6 years ago 701 reads 1 comments

  3. Dawg's Two Losses: Was It Meant to Be?

    I'ts a phrase that always follows the definite ending to a sports season. Whether it be four games in, or at the final bell...

    Michael Foster Written by Michael Foster about 6 years ago 507 reads 4 comments

  4. Georgia-Florida Preview: 2008 Game May Be the Biggest One Yet

    It's that time of year again! In Bulldog country, there are three main fall-winter holidays: Thanksgiving, Christmas, and the World's Largest Outdo.....

    Michael Foster Written by Michael Foster about 6 years ago 986 reads 0 comments

  5. NFL Uniforms: The Great, The Bad, and The Downright Hideous!

    In the modern era of football, alot of things have changed drastically. From the new "Wildcat"..."Wil'Dog"..."WildBird!" whatever-formation, to the speed of the game, to the stadiums. But nothing has been more affected by the modern era than uniforms...

    Michael Foster Written by Michael Foster about 6 years ago 2,819 reads 0 comments

  6. 2008 NFL Season: Unpredictable, and Defying The Laws Of Football Physics!

    Every 3-5 years it seems, there is a dominant team or two in the NFL. These teams are favored week in and week out in every game they play. Now, I know the NFL sn't College football...

    Michael Foster Written by Michael Foster about 6 years ago 91 reads 0 comments

  7. The Catch Heard 'Round Atlanta

    It was starting to turn into the usual afternoon in Atlanta on Sunday, with the Atlanta Falcons bracing for another loss. At first there was hope, with the Falcons dominating the game and making play after play...

    Michael Foster Written by Michael Foster about 6 years ago 292 reads 0 comments

  8. Falcons Bring New Attitude to Sports in Atlanta

    The city of Atlanta, despite popular belief, tries so hard to be considered a professional sports town. As a native of Atlanta, I wont lie, I cant help but to notice the overwhelming advantage college sports have over professional sports in Atlanta...

    Michael Foster Written by Michael Foster about 6 years ago 435 reads 0 comments

  9. Georgia Bulldogs Football 2008 Midseason Report

    Let's be honest, nobody expected Georgia to win all of its games this season. Even with its No. 1 ranking, many were not hesitant to throw the red flag. Georgia won its first two contests, 45-21 and 56-17, only to drop to the No...

    Michael Foster Written by Michael Foster about 6 years ago 699 reads 2 comments

  10. Penalties Littering the Gridiron

    Ok, I am aware that I am a Georgia fan. I am aware that I write mainly for Georgia's publicity. I am aware they just lost a huge game. And, I am aware that they are the most penalized time in the FBS...

    Michael Foster Written by Michael Foster about 6 years ago 141 reads 0 comments

  11. A Tribute to Larry Munson: Longtime Georgia Announcer Calls Final Game

    There are 119 major college football programs in the United States. For the fan nation of 118 of those teams, the loss of Larry Munson may not hurt...

    Michael Foster Written by Michael Foster about 6 years ago 710 reads 3 comments

  12. Georgia Bulldogs Looking Pretty, so Why All the Criticism?

    The Georgia Bulldogs have received a lot of criticism the past few weeks and have fallen in the polls despite their undefeated record. This undefeated record features two home blowouts and two wins in hostile road environments...

    Michael Foster Written by Michael Foster about 6 years ago 810 reads 3 comments

  13. Georgia Starts Strong in 2008: Game One Analysis

    The No. 1 Georgia Bulldogs opened their season with a bang and a bark Saturday afternoon (a new bark to be exact!) as they handled the FCS powerhouse, and in-state foe, Georgia Southern 45-21 between the hedges...

    Michael Foster Written by Michael Foster about 6 years ago 396 reads 6 comments

  14. Georgia Bulldogs Football: 2008-2009 Schedule Preview

    In the second half of my Georgia Football 2008-2009 preseason analysis, I give you an in-depth look at the Georgia schedule, including a projected rundown of how I THINK the schedule will pan ...

    Michael Foster Written by Michael Foster about over 6 years ago 4,634 reads 14 comments

  15. Georgia Bulldogs Football: An In-Depth Preview of the 2008-2009 Season

    The Georgia Bulldogs roll into the 2008 football season with a lot of momentum, and a lot of pressure to be great. The Dawgs finished their 2007 campaign on a seven-game winning streak that ...

    Michael Foster Written by Michael Foster about over 6 years ago 2,041 reads 17 comments