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… or at least on the right side of New Year’s Day again.
“When we went to the Sugar Bowl in 2007, we thought we should have been going to the national championship, to the Rose Bowl,” Georgia senior punter Drew Butler said recently. “I don’t want to say we were upset with it, but we thought we deserved better. Then you go to the Capital One Bowl the next year and you want to be back to the Sugar Bowl. And then you go to Shreveport and Memphis back to back and you just want to be back in Florida…”
Here’s a quick statistical snapshot of Michigan State, which looks to be as accomplished defensively as Georgia, perhaps not as solid offensively but slightly better on special teams (not that that’s a high bar to cross, it seems).
You wonder if Sparty’s going to come into the game with a bit of a chip on the shoulder, given that the Michigan team it soundly whipped is headed to the better bowl game.
The good news for Georgia should be that the walking wounded will have a month to heal, giv...
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Call it the dumbest internet rumor of the day. Someone on Twitter claimed that Georgia head football coach Mark Richt would be interviewing for the vacant head coaching position at Texas A&M. This "news" made Aggie hearts go all aflutter online, dreaming of finally getting a quality coach.
Mind you, this rumor is full of more BS than Bevo's stall over at Texas...
Before the 2011 season began, many Georgia fans were hoping that freshman running back Isaiah Crowell would serve as the impetus for getting a sputtering Bulldog offense back on track. Now Crowell is getting a good part of the blame after the Bulldogs' second-half collapse to LSU in the SEC championship game.
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Mark Richt says he is expecting ''a competitive situation'' at tailback as No. 18 Georgia has almost a month to prepare for its Outback Bowl game against Michigan State.
Richt said Monday former starter Richard Samuel, who has missed four games following surgery on his left ankle, should return for the Jan. 2 bowl game in Tampa.
Carlton Thomas hurt his left knee...
PGA Tour Q-School isn't a team game by any means ... but if it was, the Georgia Bulldogs would have won in a rout.
A serious rout. With 25 full-time spots up for grabs at Q-School, four former University of Georgia golfers walked away with cards to the PGA Tour, including Brendon Todd, who finished at 17-under to take home medalist honors.
Former U.S. Junior Amateur champ Brian...
The Georgia Bulldogs appear to have landed a top running back for the second straight year in recruiting, as Millbrook High School (Raleigh, North Carolina) running back Keith Marshall has verbally committed to play for the Bulldogs. Marshall, a 5’11″, 190 lb running back, recognized by many as the top RB recruit, made the announcement today, choosing...
No. 1 LSU Tigers withstood a 10-0 first quarter deficit to just b**** slap No. 14 Georgia 42-10 in the Georgia Dome Saturday. So now that the BCS Debate is over who will LSU play….who cares. LSU is the best team hands down. The main reason LSU won Saturday was not the talent of the South, in my opinion it’s this POS Georgia Hype Video made by some students. Check it out can’t...
By CHARLES ODUMATLANTA (AP) -- Mark Richt said Monday he is opening the competition at tailback as No. 18 Georgia has almost a month to prepare for its Outback Bowl game against No. 12 Michigan State.
The bowl game will bring an end to a season of uncertainty at tailback for the Bulldogs. Georgia has had four starters through the season, thanks to injuries and suspensions.
Isaiah Crowell is named the AP’s SEC freshman of the year.
I blame Bobo, of course.
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ATLANTA (AP) -- Mark Richt said Monday he is opening the competition at tailback as No. 18 Georgia has almost a month to prepare for its Outback Bowl game against No. 12 Michigan State.