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Georgia Basketball: The difficult road to NCAA Tournament

There’s no sugarcoating it. The chances of Georgia basketball of getting to the NCAA Tournament are slim to none. The Bulldogs are currently 15-12 (6-8) and are tied for ninth in the SEC. But their chances just got even slimmer with the news that Yante Maten is out for the rest of the regular season, and […] Georgia Basketball: The difficult road to NCAA Tournament - Dawn of...
Via Dawn of the Dawg
7 hours ago

Georgia football recruiting: Dawgs trending for elite 2018 RB

Anyone who follows Georgia football recruiting is likely already aware of one of the top juniors in the country, Zamir “Zeus” White. The Laurinburg, NC-native is the top-ranked running back in the country for the class of 2018, and the no. 3 player overall. Not only did White release his top four on twitter on Monday, which included […] Georgia football recruiting: Dawgs...
Via Dawn of the Dawg
8 hours ago

Georgia Basketball: Previewing Thursday’s trip to Alabama

The Alabama Crimson Tide will play host to Georgia basketball on Thursday. In the first meeting this season, Alabama smacked Georgia 80-60 in Athens. This will be the first test for the Dawgs without leading scorer, Yante Maten. Maten sustained a regular season ending knee injury in the Saturday loss to Kentucky. Georgia comes in […] Georgia Basketball: Previewing Thursday’s...
Via Dawn of the Dawg
9 hours ago

An alternative history: What if Laremy Tunsil signed with Georgia?

ATHENS – A little over a week before signing day in 2013, Georgia was quietly confident that it was about to sign Laremy Tunsil, the five-star offensive tackle from Florida. The Bulldogs had been leading for Tunsil for months, in fact. It was assumed by many he would be going there. Then Tunsil went on a visit to Ole Miss. And then, well, he didn’t go to Georgia. It was a short...
Via Dawg Nation
10 hours ago

Maten's knee injury forces Georgia to 'reinvent what we do'

Georgia is facing the difficult task of finding a way to win without its best player. Coach Mark Fox said the normal ''next man up'' plan doesn't fit the challenge of replacing injured top scorer Yante Maten in the team's final four regular-season games. More than one player will be needed to fill the void left by the loss of Maten, who suffered a sprained right knee early in Saturday...
Via Associated Press
13 hours ago  |  Discuss

Why Alabama and Georgia are the two favorite schools for mother of nation’s No. 1 RB Zamir White

Georgia and Clemson are the two teams most associated with 5-star running back Zamir White. But if you ask his mother, she doesn’t understand why the Tigers have so much buzz around her son’s recruitment because she’s only been there once — and it was a short trip. Shanee White, Zamir’s mother, told Jeff Sentell of DawgNation that Alabama and Georgia are her personal favorites...
Via SEC Country
14 hours ago

Approval rating for Georgia coach Kirby Smart: You decide

Georgia Bulldogs head coach Kirby Smart knows what it takes to win games. As Nick Saban’s defensive coordinator for eight seasons, Smart was part of college football’s top program. Alabama won 98 games and four national championships during that time. In Smart’s first year as head coach in 2016, Georgia finished 8-5 in its first season without Mark Richt on the sideline since...
Via SEC Country
15 hours ago

Where are they now: John Lilly and Juwuan Briscoe

Football’s offseason merry-go-round is still churning for a lot of people, including several former Georgia assistant coaches, and at least one starter on last year’s team. Juwuan Briscoe, who started the first four games at cornerback last season, was one of five players whose transfer from the team has been announced since the end of the regular season. He’s one of only two...
Via Dawg Nation
17 hours ago

Georgia depth chart analysis: Who replaces Isaiah McKenzie?

Georgia needs to replace a speedy kick returner who hails from Florida. It also needs to replace Isaiah McKenzie. Lest anyone forget, Reggie Davis was Georgia’s main kickoff returner for the past two seasons, and dabbled in it his first two seasons as well. He wasn’t as prolific as McKenzie – who broke the school record for career punt return touchdowns in just three years...
Via Dawg Nation
21 hours ago

Georgia Bulldogs: Already building for 2019?

It was a big weekend for the Georgia Bulldogs 2019 class and Kirby Smart is already looking to build something special in the future. UGA gets a big commitment: On a weekend where the Georgia Bulldogs were welcoming several top prospects from the 2018 class, Rashad Cheney Jr committed to the 2019 class. Currently, he’s […] Georgia Bulldogs: Already building for 2019? - Dawn of...
Via Dawn of the Dawg
1 day ago

The stock for Georgia 4-star DE commit Nolan Smith II is skyrocketing

Want a daily lap through Georgia football recruiting? That’s what the Intel will bring at least five days a week. We’ll cover the news and which way this 4-star or 5-star might lean plus add some perspective to help fans figure out what it all means. _________________________________________________________ Nolan Smith II had been a silent commitment to Georgia for a few months...
Via Dawg Nation
1 day ago

Georgia Bulldogs: Offensive Guard gets redshirt

Georgia Bulldogs Offensive Guard Solomon Kindley was granted a redshirt by the NCAA. Solomon Kindley had a pretty short first season for the Georgia Bulldogs. In fact, he ended up only making it onto the field for one play. That one snap against Missouri this past year was likely going to mean that Kindley would […] Georgia Bulldogs: Offensive Guard gets redshirt - Dawn of the...
Via Dawn of the Dawg
2 days ago

How does Auburn QB commit Joey Gatewood feel about Georgia?

Want a daily lap through Georgia football recruiting? That’s what the Intel will bring at least five days a week. We’ll cover the news and which way this 4-star or 5-star might lean plus add some perspective to help fans figure out what it all means. ________________________________________________________ Let’s start off a very head-scratching topic with very simple statements...
Via Dawg Nation
2 days ago

Georgia lands pledge from talented 2019 in-state DL

Though its almost two years until 2019 defensive line prospect Rashad Cheney can sign with a university, he already knows where he wants to go. The Atlanta native pledged his services to the Georgia Bulldogs on Saturday, per a report from Rivals.com. The 6-foot-4 athlete also had offers from Tennessee and LSU. Cheney divulged his reasoning behind the commitment: “Since Georgia...
Via Saturday Down South
4 days ago

Georgia reportedly adding additional offensive line coach to the staff

Georgia already has arguably the nation’s top offensive line coach and recruiter on staff in line coach Sam Pittman, now Pittman will reportedly be getting some assistance from Will Peagler, former of Itawamba Community College. News of Peagler joining the Bulldog staff was first reported by Football Scoop. The offensive line in Athens had their share of struggles in the first...
Via Saturday Down South
5 days ago

Photo: Georgia fan shares inspirational letter to 1980 team

There have been some special seasons of Georgia football over the past few decades, but 1980 is the last time the Bulldogs claimed a national championship. Fans who believe in curses will tell you it is because it was the last season which “The Railroad Track Crowd,” a particularly rowdy group of heavily intoxicated fans, was part of the Sanford Stadium gameday experience. On...
Via Saturday Down South
10 days ago

Ex-NFL player Quentin Moses, 2 others die in house fire

MONROE, Ga. (AP) Fire officials say former NFL linebacker end Quentin Moses and two other people have died in a house fire in Georgia. Monroe Fire Department Chief Keith Glass tells local news media that the 33-year-old Moses, 31-year-old Andria Godard and her 10-year-old daughter Jasmine Godard died after the fire started around 6 a.m. Sunday. Moses was found unconscious and...
Via Associated Press
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Tennessee’s Rick Barnes blames defense, credits Georgia’s J.J. Frazier

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Rick Barnes didn’t hesitate to give credit where it was due Saturday afternoon after a 76-75 loss to Georgia. “J.J. Frazier was terrific, he just took the game over,” Barnes said, crediting the 5-foot-10 Bulldogs’ guard who had 29 points and six assists in leading Georgia (14-11, 5-7 SEC) back from a 14-point deficit. “J.J. was the star of the game...
Via SEC Country
11 days ago
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