Found November 18, 2012 on
The Lady Sportswriter:
After a tumultuous weekend of Top 5 football, the Bulldogs found that sometimes it’s better to have a little bit of ‘luck’ on your side. The Georgia Bulldogs BCS National Championship hopes rose on Sunday evening as the latest BCS rankings lifted the Bulldogs from N0. 5 to No.3. That means one thing and one thing only, if you’re a Dawg fan: if they win the last two games, they play for the National Championship. The Bulldogs will face Georgia Tech (6-5), at home, in their regular season finale and then start prepping for a date with Alabama in the SEC Championship Game (assuming the Tide roll over Auburn in the ‘Iron Bowl’). That said, Georgia holds a set of keys to their BCS future and they would do well to maintain their focus down the home stretch. Currently, the BCS Top 5 rounds out as follows: 1. Notre Dame 2. Alabama 3. Georgia 4. Florida Gators 5. Oregon That’s three spots currently being held by an SEC team. Assuming Notre Dame finishes the season undefeated, they would face...
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Despite my significant lack of medical knowledge, I’m pretty sure fingers are not supposed to bend that way.
Georgia Southern cornerback Valdon Cooper suffered this gruesome injury during the Eagles’ 45-14 loss to the Georgia Bulldogs this past Saturday. Suffice it to say Cooper probably didn’t play the rest of the game, seeing that it’s quite difficult to defend a wide...
Let me get straight to the point: Oregon and Kansas State both lost on Saturday. Now, assuming the BCS isn’t as full of cow manure as many think it is, that means only one thing…Georgia has a shot at the BCS National Championship if they beat Georgia Tech next weekend and defeat Alabama in the SEC Championship Game. It’s that simple. Of course, at this point, there is absolutely...
ATHENS, Ga. -- Aaron Murray threw four touchdown passes, Todd Gurley became only the second true freshman in Georgia history to rush for 1,000 yards, and the No. 5 Bulldogs bounced back from a sluggish start to blow out lower-division Georgia Southern 45-14 Saturday. Georgia (10-1) reached 10 wins for the eighth time in Mark Richt's dozen seasons as coach. Georgia Southern...
I can tell you this much for sure, coach Richt doesn’t give a flip what destiny his team controls, he’s only worried about Georgia Tech. Good man. No looking ahead, just take care of business against Georgia Tech and don’t take anything for granted.
ATHENS - Mark Richt talks about Georgia's win over Georgia Southern.
Notes on Georgia's last-minute drive before halftime, Marshall Morgan kicking and tackling, Chris Conley coming through again, Branden Smith on offense & more.