1. Georgia Bulldogs Face More Questions and Challenges at Quarterback

    After the travesty that was Georgia-Florida 2009, heads began to slowly roll in the Bulldawg Nation. The simmering seat of Willie Martinez mushroomed to a full boil. The constant faith that was had in coach Mark Richt turned to seething disdain...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 539 reads 14 comments

  2. Georgia-Florida: Keep Hope Alive, Dawg Fans, That's Why We Play the Game

    Unless you live under a rock...deep in the ocean...in another hemisphere...you aren't likely to have missed the fact that the Georgia Bulldogs seem overmatched in their upcoming game against the No...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 398 reads 7 comments

  3. Top 10 Reasons I Want to See Georgia Beat Florida in 2009

    The annual trek to lose your lunchville will commence this week as the Georgia Bulldogs travel down to Jacksonville to face the No. 1 ranked Florida Gators...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 1,598 reads 33 comments

  4. Should the Georgia Bulldogs Consider Scrapping the 4-3 Defense?

    The 2009 Georgia Bulldogs have been much maligned and highly criticized for their sudden inability to play good defense—many attribute that to the current defensive coordinator...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 1,705 reads 9 comments

  5. 2009 Georgia Bulldog SEC Report Card: Bottom Line—We Need Improvement

    The 2009 Georgia Bulldogs have spent a lot of time being dissected, debated, and doubted by fans and critics alike. It isn't that they have been an awful team so much as they have been a victim of their own prior successes...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 372 reads 6 comments

  6. Ex-NFL Coach Mike Shanahan To Redskins Owner Dan Snyder—"No Thanks"

    One thing is clear in Washington—the Jim Zorn era is over. Washington Redskins owner, Dan Snyder, has already tried to get ex-Denver Bronco Coach Mike Shanahan to take over this sinking ...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 1,475 reads 10 comments

  7. NFL Week Six: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

    The NFL is slowly becoming like college football. You have coaches running up scores (Belichick), players acting like thugs on the field (Dante Wesley), massive blowouts of perennial ...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 214 reads 8 comments

  8. Georgia Bulldog Player Dilemmas: Who's the Best Man for the Job?

    As the Georgia Bulldogs enter a bye week, they have time to reflect on a good win Saturday against the Vanderbilt Commodores...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 576 reads 14 comments

  9. Georgia-Vanderbilt Preview: It's Time For The Dawgs to Show and Prove

    Vanderbilt quarterback Larry Smith is not the kind of player that strikes fear into the hearts of SEC defenses. In his two appearances versus SEC opponents this season he is 33 of 83 for 281 yards, one touchdown and three interceptions...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 237 reads 4 comments

  10. Georgia Bulldog Running Back Richard Samuel Has Yet To Meet Expectations

    There has been some chatter over the last few weeks about possibly moving Georgia running back, Richard Samuel, over to linebacker. Many feel that he simply doesn't have the knack for the tailback position and, honestly, his numbers support their claims..

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 557 reads 10 comments

  11. Is Georgia's Joe Cox Becoming Coach Mike Bobo's Kryptonite?

    Georgia Bulldog football is in a curious state right now. No one outside of the rabid fan base wants to point fingers, yet everyone knows that there are problems that need to be addressed quickly...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 965 reads 10 comments

  12. Georgia Bulldog Coaches Feeling The Heat After Loss to Tennessee

    Last week, a fellow red and black fan from the great Dawg nation wrote a letter to coach Mark Richt. In that letter, he called for the coach to bench Joe Cox, fire Willie Martinez, and send coach ...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 1,646 reads 47 comments

  13. Georgia Bulldogs Head To Knoxville Looking For Redemption

    Another week. Another game. Another round of questions to be answered about how good the Georgia Bulldogs can be versus how good they will be this far into the season.Last week, the Dawgs suffered a gut-wrenching, possibly, season-changing loss to LSU...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 294 reads 12 comments

  14. Where Do The SEC Quarterback's Rank Using Strength of Schedule As Criteria?

    Revision made on 10/10/09: In light of some misunderstanding over the intention of this article, the original title has been amended and further explanations have been given regarding the overall goal of this analysis...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 1,500 reads 46 comments

  15. Georgia Bulldog Running Back Washaun Ealey Is On The Move

    Unless you were hiding under a rock on Saturday afternoon, you would have been hard-pressed to miss No. 24 running hard for the Georgia Bulldogs...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 873 reads 6 comments

  16. 2009 Georgia Bulldogs: On Second Thought, Maybe We Just Aren't There Yet

    After Saturday's loss to LSU, the Georgia Bulldog nation seems to be split as to what needs to be done to make this team better...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 511 reads 16 comments

  17. Georgia-LSU: Bayou Bengals Come to Dawg Country with Something to Prove

    The Georgia Bulldogs will have another test of their mettle this weekend as they face the talented LSU Tigers. Last season the Dawgs went to Baton Rouge and handed the Bayou Bengals a nasty loss ...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 596 reads 15 comments

  18. Michael Vick Isn't Every Man's Best Friend

    Michael Vick killed dogs. Michael Vick tortured and killed dogs. Michael Vick endorsed the torture and killing of dogs. Michael Vick is a despicable human being for having done all of the above...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 34 reads 18 comments

  19. NFL Week Three: Snap Judgments and Quick Reads

    At this point in the season, as early as it may seem, we are beginning to develop a definite opinion as to who is for real and who isn't...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 160 reads 0 comments

  20. Georgia's Bacarri Rambo Makes a Strong Case for Dawgs' Safety Position

    Bacarri Rambo made his claim for the starting strong safety position at Georgia on Saturday by playing a stellar game against Arizona State...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 591 reads 3 comments

  21. On A Rainy Night in Georgia, Dawgs Win On a Wing and a Blair...

    As the Dawgs close the book on their fourth game of the year, one thing is certain: they are a resilient bunch. In three straight games the Dawgs have been tested, and in all three they have proven their mettle by coming through with a victory...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 312 reads 3 comments

  22. Another Week, Another Upset, Another Reason Why Preseason Rankings Mean Squat

    Last night the South Carolina Gamecocks "upset" the Ole Miss Rebels. It was a great win for the Gamecocks and a horrific outing for Ole Miss and Jevan Snead...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 512 reads 31 comments

  23. Georgia-Arizona State: Devils Come Down to Georgia, Looking For A Win to Steal

    Here's what we know after three weeks of Georgia football: These are some very resilient Dawgs (two come-from-behind victories in two weeks)...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 619 reads 12 comments

  24. Orson Charles Is Quietly Becoming a Force for the Dawgs

    Mark Richt was once known for being fiercely loyal to his senior players. It was the natural order of things that if a guy was patient, he would eventually get his opportunity to start—no matter what...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about 5 years ago 692 reads 6 comments

  25. NFL Week Two: Snap Judgments and Quick Reads

    Another week in the books and another set of observations have been made, logged, and laid down in this blog. The first week pointed out some potential duds in the making as this author took a swing at both Jay Cutler and Jake Delhomme...

    Kimberley Nash Written by Kimberley Nash about over 5 years ago 1,523 reads 4 comments