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Last April the Georgia Bulldogs placed four players into the draft’s initial 90 selections, including a pair of first rounders. Nebraska had two late round selections. Fast forward to May of 2014 and neither team is likely to place a single player into the draft’s top 100 picks. In fact the highest rated player from both teams, Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray, is on the sidelines with a knee injury. Tony Pauline looks at the top prospect in the Gator Bowl...
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After watching the Georgia Bulldogs play in the drizzling rain and sloppy conditions in the 2013 Gator Bowl (and turn in a rather underwhelming performance), it begs the question of can this program be fixed on its current path...and does it even need fixing?Read more »
At one point the Georgia Bulldogs appeared to have the inside track on 4* linebacking prospect Christian Miller—a former Florida Gator commit who grew up a stones throw from the University of South Carolina—however, long before the last snap of…Read more →
They don't make touchdown passes any longer than this one, folks. No, literally.Check it out as Nebraska wide receiver Quincy Enunwa hauls in a long pass from quarterback Tommy Armstrong and proceeds to take it 99 yards for the score.The phenomenal play proved to be the difference in the Gator Bowl as the Cornhuskers edged out the Georgia Bulldogs, 24-19.On a related note, this...
It’s New Years Day and time for the TaxSlayer Gator Bowl between the Nebraska Cornhuskers and Georgia Bulldogs.
No. 22 Georgia (8-4) had many setbacks this season eventually losing quarterback Aaron Murray, Things were not much better for Nebraska (8-4) who bounced between being ranked and unranked.
Coverage of the Gator Bowl between Nebraska and Georgia will air on ESPN2 beginning...
The Georgia Bulldogs rung in the new year with the best hotel celebration, dancing in the hallways.
Lorenzo Carter has been a top target for the Georgia Bulldogs for a very long time and while some Dawg fans might love the odds of him remaining in-state with the Crimson Tide officially out of the running (Georgia, LSU,…Read more →
Happy New Year!!! Good Morning, it’s GameDay, and the long-awaited match-up between the Georgia Bulldogs and the Nebraska Cornhuskers will officially be underway in less than 5-hours. I, for one, cannot wait to see which Georgia team shows up to…Read more →
No. 23 Georgia was near the end zone all day.
Seven times to be exact.
The Bulldogs scored just one touchdown in seven trips inside the 21-yard line, their biggest downfall in a 24-19 loss to Nebraska in the rain-soaked Gator Bowl on Wednesday.
Georgia (8-5) failed repeatedly to take advantage of opportunities, settling for four short field goals and dropping two fourth-down passes...
JACKSONVILLE - Mark Richt and Huston Mason talk about #22 Georgia's 24-19 loss to Nebraska.
JACKSONVILLE – Georgia coach Mark Richt wouldn’t say Tuesday if offensive coordinator Mike Bobo has spoken with Georgia Southern about its head coaching opening or if he will after the Gator Bowl.
JACKSONVILLE – Arthur Lynch seemed to be going out in style in the final game of his Georgia career, but when the Bulldogs needed their All-SEC tight end to most come up big, he couldn’t hold onto the ball.
Ty Smith out of Ga Military Aca knows all about playing in the SEC as he played for the Georgia Bulldogs as a freshman in the 2012 season. Today he announced he will be returning.
Georgia and Nebraska arrive in Jacksonville battered and beaten – both without the quarterbacks they began their seasons with as well as a number of other injuries.
In all honesty, the game has drawn little interest from fansbases on both sides. Both teams had what could be described as disappointing seasons despite finishing 8-4. Add to that the fact that they faced off last year...