1. Its Time For Jamaal Anderson To Prove His Worth To The Falcons

    He is known to many Falcons fans simply as JA98. That moniker refers to the name and number of this former first round pick out of Arkansas...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 5 years ago 476 reads 4 comments

  2. Georgia-Florida: Should the Annual Game Bid Adieu to Jacksonville?

    Let me go ahead and put this out there so no one can misunderstand my stance. I think the annual matchup between Georgia and Florida should be played as a home and home. I see no reason for us to go to Jacksonville or for them to come to Atlanta...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 5 years ago 358 reads 25 comments

  3. Undrafted and Late-Round Gems of the NFL Draft

    I usually stop watching the NFL draft around the end of the third round. By that time, I am sufficiently tired of both Mel Kiper Jr. and all the draft banter of the various commentators. Plus, let's face it, by then all the "good" players are usually gone

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 5 years ago 1,465 reads 13 comments

  4. Either Trade Jay Cutler or Fire Josh McDaniels: It's Time To End This Soap Opera

    A few weeks ago, when this whole thing began, I thought to myself, "What a frickin' crybaby this dude Cutler is." So your new head coach entertained some trade conversations, big deal...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 5 years ago 588 reads 19 comments

  5. The Atlanta Falcons Are Looking for Big Things in Small Packages

    The following quote is from Atlanta Falcons GM Thomas Dimitroff on free agency and the upcoming NFL Draft:"I would suggest now our focus is not to be a major player in free agency but ...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 5 years ago 616 reads 8 comments

  6. Whatever Happened to...? Great College QBs Who Never Became Great Pros

    This list is about college quarterbacks who never materialized into anything at the pro level. These guys were great at the college level, some even won the Heisman, but after the final snap ...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 5 years ago 2,727 reads 18 comments

  7. Mark Richt on Hot Seat after Early Success of Urban Meyer, Nick Saban, Les Miles

    Say it ain't so, Dawg. I read today that there are a few members of the Bulldog Nation who are getting fed up with the conservative nature of the Mark Richt era. They are tired of losing to Florida and are fed up with just being 10-2 every year...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 5 years ago 1,199 reads 98 comments

  8. Five Questions the Atlanta Falcons Need To Answer Before the 2009 Season

    The Atlanta Falcons had a phenomenal season last year; they went from being the NFC South joke to an 11-5 team that made the playoffs. That was then...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 5 years ago 1,251 reads 20 comments

  9. In a New York Minute: Terrell Owens Lands in Buffalo

    I guess Drew Rosenhaus wasn't pulling a Scott Boras after all; there really were other teams who were willing to roll the dice on Mr. Owens. Well, good for you, Buffalo. You finally have a premier wide receiver to help out your talented Lee Evans...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 5 years ago 92 reads 4 comments

  10. The Dawgs Land Orson Charles, But Will He Live Up to the Hype?

    Orson Charles (pictured above, right) was a big coup for the Dawgs this offseason, as he spurned USC to wear the red and black come this fall...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 5 years ago 971 reads 22 comments

  11. Breaking Down The 2009 Georgia Football Schedule: The Final Six Games

    As promised, this is the second installment of my Georgia Football schedule breakdown. 10/17/09 at Vanderbilt This used to be the easy game for the Bulldogs...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 5 years ago 1,483 reads 10 comments

  12. Breaking Down the 2009 Georgia Football Schedule: Weeks One Through Six

    Spring practice is right around the corner. The G-Day game follows closely behind. However, I am in college football withdrawal and feel a need to get my fix for the week by taking ...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 5 years ago 1,014 reads 10 comments

  13. NFL Free Agency Begins With a Bang: Ballers, Babies, and Blindsides

    I have to say that the NFL has given me loads to blog about in the last seven days, but between the freak snowstorm in my home state of Georgia and the idiots at the Apple Genius Bar ...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 5 years ago 111 reads 4 comments

  14. Who's Number One? The Lions Find More Questions Than Answers at The NFL Combine

    The Lions are in quite the quandary right now. If they were hoping that the NFL Combine would clear up the question as to who should be their first overall pick, they walked away disappointed...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 5 years ago 264 reads 7 comments

  15. From Dooley to Richt: Georgia's Most Important Games

    I love Georgia Football. I love everything about being a Bulldog fan and even though I am too young to have witnessed some of the greatest games in Georgia football history, that doesn't mean ...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 5 years ago 967 reads 7 comments

  16. Alex Rodriguez: Is Your Nose Growing?

    Alex, I'm sorry, but I just don't believe you. As a matter of fact, I still think you are lying. Your insincerity makes me want to call Hallmark and set all their greeting cards on fire. Get over yourself, kid...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 5 years ago 64 reads 0 comments

  17. Jose Canseco Wants an Apology? Excuse Me While I Go Laugh in His Face

    It would seem that Jose Canseco feels he is owed an apology by Major League Baseball. He believes that he has been thrown under the bus and publicly vilified for telling what we all NOW are finding out is the truth about steroid use in baseball...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 5 years ago 215 reads 6 comments

  18. ESPN Used To Be the Leader, Now It's Just Being Led

    ESPN used to be about reporting sports news to people who were not satisfied with the normal two-minute segment on their local news broadcast. They had great reporting and some of the funniest commercials you will ever see...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 5 years ago 149 reads 9 comments

  19. Atlanta Falcons Look To Build on a Successful 2008

    What was the best thing the Atlanta Falcons did last year? Draft Matt Ryan? Sign Michael Turner? Win 11 games? No. The best thing the Atlanta Falcons did last year was hire Thomas Dimitroff as their GM...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 5 years ago 154 reads 0 comments

  20. Ten Sports Figures Who Make Me Sick

    There seems to be a player in every sport who makes my blood boil; whenever I hear their name or see their face, I just want to find the nearest sledgehammer and put a huge shatter in my tv...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 5 years ago 385 reads 15 comments

  21. Steroids: I Don't Really Think It Matters Anymore

    It's possible that I am missing something of major importance here, and if I am, then I guess I will live with that, but why on earth should I care if Alex Rodriguez allegedly tested ...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 5 years ago 112 reads 12 comments

  22. Georgia Bulldogs Fill Key Holes with 2009 Recruiting Class

    As we close the books on another recruiting season, we find the Georgia Bulldogs in a familiar place, the top 10 of the recruiting heap. They may not have had a huge class, but the quality of the players they signed far outweighs the quantity...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 5 years ago 759 reads 5 comments

  23. I'm Just An Athlete: Why It's Time To Stop Deifying Our Heroes

    From the start I have to tell you, I am as guilty of this as the next person. I grew up with the photos of my childhood heroes adorning the wall of my bedroom. My biggest hero was Michael Jordan...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 5 years ago 691 reads 23 comments

  24. Spotlighting the Underrated Great Women of Sports

    So many times in sports, we love to give praise and glory to the male athlete for all his grand contributions to his sport...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 5 years ago 1,865 reads 5 comments

  25. 1998-2008: NFL First Round Busts and Question Marks

    As we prognosticate on who will be chosen first in 2009’s NFL Draft, I thought it might be fun to answer the question of whatever happened to other first rounders who entered the league under such great fanfare...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 5 years ago 856 reads 7 comments