1. Georgia-Texas A&M: Bulldogs Should Run Freely in Independence Bowl

    The date was September 13, 1980. The location was Sanford Stadium. The opponent was Texas A&M.  That game saw a dominant performance on both sides of the ball as the Georgia Bulldogs ran amuck all over the nations No...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 4 years ago 820 reads 10 comments

  2. Georgia Bulldogs Land Talented QB Prospect, Hutson Mason

    Well, the wait is officially over as the record-breaking quarterback out of Lassiter High School has made his decision—he's a Georgia Bulldog...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 4 years ago 2,487 reads 6 comments

  3. Georgia Recruiting Trail: Bulldogs Targeting More Good Tailbacks

    Mention the Georgia Bulldog game plan for 2010 and you are likely to hear a common refrain: Run. The. Ball.  At the beginning of the 2009 season, the Dawgs had potential in Richard Samuel, ...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 4 years ago 1,786 reads 11 comments

  4. Georgia Bulldogs Defensive Coordinator Still Unnamed, Fans Frustrated

    December 2, 2009 marked a major change in the Georgia Bulldog, Mark Richt led, coaching era. By dumping embattled coach Willie Martinez and two members of his defensive staff, coach Richt proved to the fans that he is a coach first—and a friend second...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 4 years ago 2,074 reads 5 comments

  5. Georgia Recruiting Report: Bulldogs Stockpiling Defensive Ends

    Assuming that Roderick Battle, lost for the season in week two, is not made eligible for a sixth-year, the Georgia Bulldogs will head into the 2010 season with seven defensive ends...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 4 years ago 61 reads 9 comments

  6. The 25 Biggest Moments of the College Football Year

    The regular season is in the books and the beginning of bowl season is a handful of days away from starting. As we look back on the year that was 2009, it seems only fitting that we recap some of the more memorable moments of this college football season

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 4 years ago 1,151 reads 35 comments

  7. SEC Football Teams Get Visit and Gifts From Santa

    Has your team been naughty or nice this year? What will Santa think of the season you hath wrought upon the college football landscape? Was it worthy of accolades or do you deserve a lump of ...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 4 years ago 2,189 reads 17 comments

  8. Georgia Has "Contacted" Virginia Tech Assistant Bud Foster (UPDATED)

    Update: Bud Foster had discussions with Florida, Florida State, and Georgia regarding their vacant defensive coordinator spots...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 4 years ago 1,428 reads 16 comments

  9. Georgia Bulldog Recruiting Notes: Dawgs Look To Reload at Defensive Tackle

    The Georgia Bulldogs entered the 2009 season with ten defensive tackles on their roster, four of whom were freshman.  Looking ahead to 2010, the talent is definitely there, but it does not ...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 4 years ago 1,842 reads 6 comments

  10. Georgia 2010 Prognosis: Bulldogs Will Be Better, but Expect Growing Pains

    While we are still awaiting word on who will be the new defensive coordinator, and there is some indication that could be soon (pay site), it's important to begin looking ahead to what 2010 may bring for the Georgia Bulldogs...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 4 years ago 1,873 reads 26 comments

  11. Barton Bill To Enforce BCS Playoff, Politician Calls BCS a "Cartel"

    Once again the government has seen fit to throw its hat and vote into the ring where the BCS is concerned.  A report in the Dallas Morning News this morning states that the House Energy and ...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 4 years ago 220 reads 4 comments

  12. Georgia Making a Run at Alabama Assistant Kirby Smart

    Latest reports on the Georgia defensive coordinator search have the Dawgs making a run at current Alabama defensive coordinator, Kirby Smart...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 4 years ago 8,015 reads 43 comments

  13. Will Georgia Assistant Rodney Garner Seek Independence After Shreveport?

    Tis the season for swirling rumors and the latest one rests on the fate of the lone, remaining, member of coach Mark Richt's defensive staff—defensive line coach, Rodney Garner...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 4 years ago 2,783 reads 7 comments

  14. More Names Surface For Georgia Defensive Coordinator's Job

    The speculation surrounding who will become the new defensive coordinator at Georgia will likely be a never-ending story until one is actually hired...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 4 years ago 9,364 reads 26 comments

  15. Georgia Bulldogs Move Logan Gray To Wide Receiver—QB Job Open in 2010

    A report offered by Dean Legge of Dawg Post has stated that Logan Gray will be moved to wide receiver prior to the bowl game...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 4 years ago 148 reads 29 comments

  16. Top 10 Candidates for College Football Coach of the Year

    It's not easy being a coach. Just ask the now departed Charlie Weis. These guys show up each week with a game plan and hope to high heaven that things go exactly as they are drawn up—if they do, gold...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 4 years ago 3,628 reads 36 comments

  17. Firing Willie Martinez Only Solves One Problem for the Georgia Bulldogs

    The regular season is over. The Georgia Bulldogs ended their year with a satisfying win over their in-state rivals—the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 4 years ago 2,607 reads 9 comments

  18. A Georgia Bulldog Fan's Thanksgiving Wish for 2010

    As the first official holiday approaches, I find myself wishing, hoping, and wanting more for my beloved Dawgs next season. The 2009 version of my great Georgia Bulldogs has left me concerned and disappointed as to what the future may hold...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about almost 5 years ago 1,081 reads 12 comments

  19. Quarterback Signees of 2006: Did They Become NCAA Studs or Duds?

    Many of the members of the class of 2006 will be exiting stage left at season's end. A couple of them, Matthew Stafford and Nate Davis, have already done as much and are no longer repping their respective universities with pride...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about almost 5 years ago 220 reads 0 comments

  20. R.I.P: A Georgia Bulldog Tribute To UGA VII

    The Georgia Bulldog nation got a shock to their collective system on Thursday evening as the news trickled slowly through the Twitter and AP news wires that Uga VII, also known as Loran's Best, had passed away...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about almost 5 years ago 2,362 reads 35 comments

  21. Did The "Music City Miracle" Alter the Course of the Buffalo Bills?

    The Buffalo Bills used to be a very respectable team out of New York with Hall of Famer's lining their roster. Today, they are less that than a team still trying to find it's way...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about almost 5 years ago 546 reads 5 comments

  22. Georgia Bulldogs Have No Margin for Error Against Kentucky

    The Georgia Bulldogs sit at 6-4 right now and, after a nice come-from-behind win over the Auburn Tigers, the scrappy little team from Athens has to be feeling a bit better about finishing the season strong...

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  23. Georgia Bulldogs Beat Auburn, but Net Key Losses In the Process

    Bacarri Rambo makes big play but gives big scare... Georgia Bulldog safety, Bacarri Rambo, gave fans quite a scare on Saturday night after a routine hit turned into some cautious moments on the field post-play...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about almost 5 years ago 491 reads 2 comments

  24. Georgia Bulldogs: A Few Thoughts on Some New Rumors

    As the Georgia football season starts it's slow descent towards the end, there is a lot of speculation as to what 2010 will hold for this 2009 team that has seen it's share of ups and downs...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about almost 5 years ago 5,199 reads 40 comments

  25. Top 16: A Few of My Favorite Georgia Bulldog Players

    You know how you have those "all-time", "greatest ever", "best of the best" lists filled with stats, historical notations, and what-not? Well, this isn't one of those kinds of lists...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about almost 5 years ago 1,243 reads 11 comments