Found November 22, 2011 on
Get The Picture:
As we wait to see Russ’ replacement, here’s a lengthy New York Times piece (h/t Jim Galloway) on whether the bulldog breed should be modified to make it healthier. You know who is front and center in the story:
In the first half of Georgia’s football game against South Carolina in 2009, Uga VII, who had been dozing on a bag of ice in his air-conditioned sideline doghouse, was cajoled onto the field to pose for pictures with some cheerleaders and Gov. Sonny Perdue. Uga (pronounced UGH-uh) wore his trademark red Georgia jersey and spiked red leather collar, and he looked bored as an ESPN cameraman shoved a camera in his wrinkly, smooshed bulldog face.
And here’s something I’ll bet you didn’t know.
The food also boasts “highly digestible proteins,” because bulldogs are the most relentless farters in the canine world.
Filed under: Georgia Football, Science Marches Onward, The Body Is A Temple
BEST OF MAXIM
Two things scare me whenever Georgia faces off against Tech, 1) the ability of the Georgia defense to defend the option, and 2) coach Bobo's ability to game plan effectively. Believe me when I tell you the one (playing a good offensive game) definitely makes the other's job that much easier.
If there is anything even a novice should be able to tell you it's this...
At the risk of incurring further gentle chiding from Michael Elkon, I wanted to take one more look at a subject I explored last week in this post about what Iowa State’s offensive coordinator calls the “double positive” – winning the turnover margin and explosive plays stats – and how that might relate to Georgia’s current surge/streak/extended period of loss-avoidance...
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By PAUL NEWBERRY AP Sports Writer When Larry Munson first arrived at Georgia in 1966, he showed no signs of the trait that would make him as beloved as the coaches and players he described for millions of radio listeners.
Sure, he had that gravelly voice.
But, no, he didn't wear his red-and-black heart on his sleeve. It took time to develop that love...
that Georgia Tech fans will use to convince themselves that a Georgia team which has won nine of the last ten games in the series won’t be taking the Jackets seriously, here’s a little note from the Kentucky game.
Richt said sophomore nose Kwame Geathers (ankle) was held out Saturday but could have played in an emergency.
This week’s the emergency.
Filed under: Georgia Football...
By the time I arrived in Athens, Georgia in 1994, Larry Munson was already 72 years old and well-ensconced as the "Voice of the Georgia Bulldogs." Almost everyone I knew in Athens loved him. I did not. I could not understand how they could like this play-by-play announcer who was a clear "homer". How could they love this true curmudgeon? How could they...
ATHENS - Georgia football coach Mark Richt said at a lunchtime news conference Tuesday that coaches were “working our way through” how the Bulldogs’ tailback rotation would stack up for Saturday’s game against Georgia Tech.
Two Auburn volleyball seniors - Kelly Fidero and Christina Solverson - will play their final home matches Wednesday evening as the Tigers play host to the Georgia Bulldogs at the Student Activities Center. First serve is set for 5 p.m., and admission is free.
Nov 26, 12:00 PM | Grass of Bobby Dodd Stadium
Georgia Bulldogs vs Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Odds
A key Week 13 battle has the visiting Bulldogs travelling to Georgia Tech on Saturday to face the Yellow Jackets.
Supporters of the Bulldogs have seen them go 9-2 and 7-4 ATS so far this season, while the Yellow Jackets are at 8-3 and 5-5-1 ATS. In totals...
The Auburn volleyball team sent the Tigers' two seniors - Kelly Fidero and Christina Solverson - out in style as they defeated the Georgia Bulldogs 3-0 (25-21, 25-21, 25-21) in the final match of the season for both teams Wednesday night at the Student Activities Center.