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ATLANTA -- When it comes to Georgia's consecutive wins against Florida, Mark Richt is more focused on the implications for this year's race in the Southeastern Conference than any historical significance.
In fact, the coach seemed surprised Sunday when asked what it meant that his Bulldogs had beaten the Gators in two straight years for the first time since 1988-89.
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By CHARLES ODUM AP Sports Writer When it comes to Georgia's consecutive wins against Florida, Mark Richt is more focused on the implications for this year's race in the Southeastern Conference than any historical significance.
In fact, Richt seemed surprised Sunday when asked what it meant that his Bulldogs had beaten the...
In the aftermath of the Florida Gator – Georgia Bulldog game in Jacksonville, there was a moment of awkwardness in the post game handshake between Will Muschamp and Mark Richt. I did not speed this clip up at all and this is in real time. That was probably a 1 second “handshake.” Mark Richt didn’t look happy and Will Muschamp never looks happy. Jordan Reed fumbled on the...
Jarvis Jones is slated for one of the top picks in the 2013 NFL Draft. Jones is a consensus All-American and made the deciding play when he sealed the victory for the Georgia Bulldogs.After getting the first down with 2:22 left in the game and down by eight, Florida’s Jordan Reed, who had five catches for 74-yards, attempted to go airborne to get into the end-zone and tie the game...
Jarvis Jones, OLB/DE, Georgia Bulldogs 2013 Draft Projection: Top 10 draft pick Class: Junior Height: 6’3” Weight: 242 lbs Stats to Date: Total Tackles (including solo and assists): 37 ; Sacks: 5.5; 1 Interception Jarvis Jones is an electric player when he is healthy. He has the capability to put his hand in the dirt [...]Thanks for reading. Jarvis Jones | 2013 NFL Draft Player...
In advance of the "World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party," Gators fans took out an ad in the University of Georgia's student newspaper to engage in some smack talk.
On Saturday one of college football’s greatest traditions will once again play itself out.
The University of Georgia will meet the University of Florida on neutral ground for what is widely considered as the Cocktail Bowl.
Having attended the affair, it can be said will all sincerity that the Cocktail Bowl is a southern slice of sin unlike any other.
Although it’s a tradition...
You won’t have to look far to find a ton of great post-game notes, recaps, or interview sound bites after the Bulldogs upset the BCS/SEC Championship-minded Florida Gators. So, for the moment, I decided to only post a few pictures from last night’s win and leave it at that because, for the Bulldog Nation, all that matters is the scoreboard and the huge swell of pride that came...
A friend of the site, @g8trgirl, was nice enough to email us this Will Muschamp sign that will be taken into the World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party in Jacksonville, Florida. The game will feature the Florida Gators and the Georgia Bulldogs. Mark Richt will face Georgia alumnus Will Muschamp. The winner of this game wins the SEC East. CAN’T BEAT THE STARE.
Remember when Georgia scored their first touchdown against Florida in 2007 and rushed the field?
Well, back then coach Mark Richt had told his team to get a celebration penalty by storming the field and celebrating the touchdown, which earn them celebration penalties but didn’t matter in the end because the Bulldogs beat the Gators 42 – 30.
Well, Georgia fullback Alexander Ogletree...
The Georgia Bulldogs topped rival Florida 17-9 in Jacksonville Saturday. While both schools have agreed not to host recruits at the game, the recruiting implications of the Georgia victory still stand. DawgPost.com's Dean Legge and Amy Campbell discuss what the win means for the Bulldogs when it comes to recruiting.
Covering Dixie Like Mildew - The SWRT roundup of SEC news.
My Own Worst Enemy.
Mark Wiedmer says Tennessee head football coach Derek Dooley is making the decision on whether Tennessee athletic director Dave Hart should fire him or not easier. (The Chattanooga Times-Free Press)
Use Your Delusion.
David Climer wonders if Tennessee fans actually thought that The Vols would...
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What it means:
Georgia (7-1, 5-1) now controls its own destiny in the SEC East with two conference games remaining, while Florida (7-1, 6-1) has to hope that Ole Miss can somehow upset the Bulldogs next weekend in Athens. Georgia came out clearly much more physical on defense and hit Florida...
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As a college student, the one place you would expect to be free from trash talk during a big rivalry week is on your own campus. Chances are there are very few Florida Gator fans on the Georgia campus, so one would think only positive stuff would be floating around about the Bulldogs heading into arguably their most important game of the season this weekend. As...
LAST WEEK: 2-4OVERALL: 24-18Sorry for my absence last week; I was pulled away from the CFB world for a family get-together. But, honestly, I probably needed a break to clear my head and recharge my batteries anyway, if back-to-back 2-4 weeks are any indication. I'm in a funk. Kevin ably filled in last week (and went 4-2), but let's see if I can bust out of this slump...