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In all the headline grabbing hoopla surrounding the Georgia Bulldogs—completion of their regular season, a guaranteed trip to Atlanta to face the Alabama Crimson Tide for the SEC Championship, and a 50-50 shot at landing in the National Championship game depending on Saturday’s outcome—some may have missed Georgia’s latest commit, Kennar Johnson. Johnson is another JUCO prospect but, unlike other big names who have joined the ranks thus far, Johnson’s name isn’t as well-known. Prior to his commitment Saturday, many probably didn’t have a clue that Georgia was a) still looking for defensive backs, the position Johnson is slated to play or b) recruiting any player at that position beyond Brendan Langley—who recently flipped his commitment from South Carolina to UGA last week. So who is Kennar Johnson? He is a 6’2″, 185 lb, self-described “ball-hawk’ for Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College (MGCCC) and he tallied 34 tackles and three pass break-ups for them this season. He wasn’t
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A lot will be made of Rambo’s statement that Georgia is “more talented than Alabama”…however, if you listen to the whole interview, Rambo is hardly dissing the Tide. Either way, it makes for good media fodder, I guess. But you can guarantee there won’t be too many more interviews granted after this one. Either way, give it a quick listen.
Georgia linebacker Alec Ogletree is one of the Bulldogs’ better tacklers, and he proved that with his WWE-style takedown of Georgia Tech wide receiver Robert Godhigh on Saturday. The expression “tossed like a rag doll” is one of the most overused in football, but Ogletree did just that with Godhigh after the receiver caught a pass over the middle with less than two minutes...
With Georgia one win away from playing for a national championship, quarterback Aaron Murray has suddenly imposed a media blackout.
The school says Murray met with coach Mark Richt and got permission to be relieved from his media responsibilities leading up to the Southeastern Conference championship game between the third-ranked Bulldogs and No. 2 Alabama. The winner will advance...
Georgia Football Coach Mark Richt was asked to look back on some games – games the Bulldogs lost – in his press briefing Sunday to talk about the upcoming Southeastern Conference Championship Game.
ATHENS - The No. 3 Georgia Bulldogs have earned their way to another SEC Championship game. In Georgia’s fifth trip to Atlanta for the conference title game the Bulldogs will play No. 2 Alabama in what amounts to a play-in game to see who will face Notre Dame in the BCS National Championship.
So happy to have completed the final show inside the palatial studios of SILVERMAN: On Sports! We are very much looking forward to moving into the Caddyshack!
Thanks to WFOR’s Kim Bokamper for joining in on everything from the Dolphins to his performance in Ace Ventura: Pet Detective.
Ian Gold guested from BeyondUSports.com to discuss college football. We broke down the SEC Championship...
Aaron Murray has opted to remain incognito this week as his No. 3 ranked Georgia Bulldogs prepare to face-off against Alabama this weekend. However, his absence from the microphone hasn’t kept tongues from wagging about the overwhelming challenges he’ll face playing against the Crimson Tides’ vaunted defense. While there will likely be no shortage of opinions on what aspect...
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Mark Richt postgame:
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Grantham post game interview:
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Bama is next:
Georgia wrapped its regular season with a dominating 42-10 win over its rival from Atlanta, claiming the Governor's Cup for the 11th time in 12 years. More...