Found October 12, 2011 on
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You like to see players to go out there with a little chip on their shoulders? Then you ought to like Georgia’s true freshman linebacker.
“I really don’t care too much about the attention because we’re winning and if you watch the film, you see what I can do, or if you watch the game, you see what I can do,” Herrera said. “I don’t really like to talk much about it. That’s how I was in high school. I didn’t get to play in no big All-American games and I had one of the best senior years.”
Herrera didn’t get an invite for the US. Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio or the Under Armour All-American game in St. Petersburg, Fla. No, he played in the less high-profile Offense-Defense All-American Bowl in Myrtle Beach.
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Hey Dawg Fans, do you know our very own Hairy Dawg is in an SEC Showdown of his very own this week against LSU's 'Mike The Tiger' and, as of this posting, he's catching a royal beating (see screen shot below).
The current tally stands as follows, Hairy Dawg, 5,488 votes, Mike The Tiger, 23,634 votes. If Hairy loses the battle this week, he'll be at...
So far, Isaiah Crowell has been just about everything Georgia fans could've hoped for in a freshman tailback who lacked super powers or the first name Herschel.Over a 13 game season, he's on pace for over 1200 yards rushing and about 9 TDs. Those are pretty realistic and potentially conservative numbers given that Vandy, New Mexico State, Kentucky and likely a tier 2 Big...
Funny, but when I heard the news about Arizona firing Mike Stoops, I had this exact thought pass through my head:
… Imagine Byrne, frantically refreshing ESPN, waiting for news that Georgia has foolishly opted to fire Richt after the Bulldogs go 8-4 in the regular season – let’s say Georgia loses to Georgia Tech to end the regular season. How quickly does Arizona fire up the...
People, I hate to keep harping on this, but when it comes to ugly wins, what you see as a bug is a ginormous feature to Mark Richt.
“You do tend to want to help them by chewing as much clock as possible,” Richt said. “If the other team is having trouble scoring, you don’t want to take a whole lot of risks offensively that would allow them to score defensively … That certainly...
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“Coach Grantham is like Scarface,” said defensive end Chase Vasser. “He is a very intimidating man. If you know you messed up, he’s the one person you don’t want to see you mess up.”
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I’m not sure what it is about Vandy that brings out the sugar-coating we’re seeing this week, but I flat out love this turn of phrase from Chip Towers, from his post entitled “Dangerous Vanderbilt team awaits Bulldogs”:
This is no ordinary Commodores team. They have some offensive issues and are unsettled at quarterback.
Some offensive issues? Here’s their current resume...
After disappointing home losses in the opening two weeks the Georgia Bulldogs have been on a roll, winning four straight games and topping Mississippi State and Tennessee in recent weeks. Following this week’s matchup in Nashville the Bulldogs get a bye week before playing Florida in a matchup that could have big SEC Eastern division implications.
SAVANNAH, Ga. - Chester Brown has committed to play football for the Georgia Bulldogs and his brothers couldn't be happier. They push him, help direct him, and they are about as close as they come.