GEORGIA RUMORS & GOSSIP

From bad to worse: Georgia basketball losses Yante Maten

Yante Maten, the leading scorer of the Georgia basketball team, sprained his right knee just minutes into Saturday’s game with the Kentucky Wildcats. As if the 2016-17 Georgia basketball season couldn’t get any worse, the best player on the team and one of the best in the nation, Yante Maten, gets injured and will likely […] From bad to worse: Georgia basketball losses Yante...
Via Dawn of the Dawg
2 hours ago

Georgia Bulldogs: Recruiting update

This Saturday the Georgia Bulldogs had lots of top ranked prospects in Athens. Here’s a quick look at who was in town: The Commits: Max Wray, Adam Anderson and Donovan Georges All three of the current Georgia Bulldogs 2018 class were in town this weekend. Wray, the #6 overall offensive tackle that year tweeted out […] Georgia Bulldogs: Recruiting update - Dawn of the Dawg - Dawn...
Via Dawn of the Dawg
11 hours ago

Georgia Basketball: UGA Loses Heart Breaker to #13 Kentucky

Georgia Basketball loses another tough one, this time to #13 Kentucky 82-77. The Georgia Basketball team played tough and almost pulled off a huge upset virtually without star Yante Maten. J.J.Frazier had his best fame of the season, scoring a game high 36 points in a losing effort. 1st half  This game looked to be a […] Georgia Basketball: UGA Loses Heart Breaker to #13 Kentucky...
Via Dawn of the Dawg
1 day ago

What now? Georgia is exhausted but defiant

ATHENS – J.J. Frazier didn’t give away just how badly he exerted himself until after the postgame media session on Saturday night. After apologizing one more time for not getting the win, the senior guard got down from a stool and walked out of the room. Except he needed help. Frazier’s body slumped as he walked down the aisle, a Georgia staffer reaching out to help. It didn’t...
Via Dawg Nation
1 day ago

Kentucky Basketball: Recap, box score from 82-77 win at Georgia

ATHENS, Ga. – Kentucky would probably prefer not to meet Georgia in next month’s SEC Tournament, and the Wildcats would likely be fine if they don’t visit Stegeman Coliseum again any time soon. The Bulldogs have now given UK all it could handle in two meetings this season and in four of the last five visits to Athens. After escaping an overtime thriller at Rupp Arena on Jan...
Via SEC Country
1 day ago

Frazier stars, but Georgia again can’t finish Kentucky

ATHENS – Once again, Georgia showed heart, perhaps more in this game than in any of recent memory. Especially J.J. Frazier. But once again, it was not enough. Georgia’s best player, Yante Maten, was hurt less than two minutes into the game and did not return. Georgia thus faced even longer odds against No. 13 Kentucky, and yet didn’t buckle. Frazier’s season-high 36 points...
Via Dawg Nation
1 day ago

2016 Georgia Bulldogs final report card

Under new head coach Kirby Smart, the 2016 Georgia Bulldogs had reasonably high expectations, clocking in at 18th in the preseason polls. Those expectations only grew after they Bulldogs flexed their muscles in a 33-24 win over the North Carolina Tar Heels in Week 1. From there, however, the performances became uneven. And even though the defense was stifling and the running game...
Via EndZoneScore
1 day 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
1 day ago

Georgia adds commitment from in-state DE Rashad Cheney

Georgia added to its 2019 class on Saturday. The Bulldogs picked up a commitment from in-state defensive end Rashad Cheney, according to Rivals’ Chad Simmons. No star listing is available for the Booker T. Washington High School product. The 6-foot-4, 256-pound recruit picked up an offer from the Bulldogs on Wednesday, and didn’t wait long to make his decision. He chose Georgia...
Via Dawg Nation
1 day ago

Georgia students wait in the rain hours before tip for tickets against No. 13 Kentucky

Georgia students seem to be really excited about attending the game against No. 13 Kentucky Wildcats. They’d have to be, other wise they wouldn’t have waited in the rain for tickets. The game between the two SEC foes doesn’t tip until 6 p.m. ET, but students were out waiting in line for tickets hours before the start of the game. This was the scene outside Stegeman Coliseum...
Via Dawg Nation
1 day ago

Georgia Basketball: #13 Kentucky at Georgia

The Georgia basketball team plays host to the #13 Kentucky Wildcats on Saturday at Stegeman Coliseum. This is by far the biggest game for Georgia this year. It’s 100% a must win game. By The Numbers On paper, it looks like this is Kentucky’s game to lose, but just a few short weeks ago, it […] Georgia Basketball: #13 Kentucky at Georgia - Dawn of the Dawg - Dawn of the Dawg...
Via Dawn of the Dawg
2 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
2 days ago

WATCH: Former UGA DE Quentin Moses’ life honored at U.S. House of Representatives

Quentin Moses’ memory lives on. This week has seen an outpouring of emotion after the former Georgia defensive end died in a house fire on Sunday in Monroe. A celebration of life was held in Moses’ honor on Wednesday at Reinhardt University, and his funeral is set to take place Saturday afternoon in Athens. He was 33. On Thursday, the tributes continued. Rep. Jody Hice, who represents...
Via Dawg Nation
3 days ago

CBS Sports names Auburn, Georgia among teams in ‘win now’ mode for 2017

The pressure is on Auburn and Georgia. Or so says CBS Sports. CBS Sports’ Chip Patterson published a post in which he listed the Tigers and Bulldogs among the teams in “win now” mode for next season. As described in the piece, the two programs “are among the big-time college football programs entering 2017 with a heightened sense of urgency.” Patterson notes that there’s...
Via SEC Country
3 days ago

Georgia Football: A chance to see new QB Jake Fromm

Newly enrolled Georgia Football QB Jake Fromm was one of several high school players followed by the go90 team this past season. Jake Fromm was one of 6 early enrollee’s to the Georgia Football team this January and he has in some ways become a fan favorite already. As one of the most successful QB’s in […] Georgia Football: A chance to see new QB Jake Fromm - Dawn of the...
Via Dawn of the Dawg
3 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
7 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
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Georgia’s Mark Fox sounds off on Tennessee win, how experience helped

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Georgia coach Mark Fox finally got the happy ending that had proven so elusive for his Bulldogs. “We thought that Tennessee, outside of Florida, was probably playing better than anyone in the league,” Fox said after his Bulldogs rallied from 14 down to beat the Vols, 76-75, on Saturday at Thompson-Boling Arena. “We really had a very difficult stretch, you...
Via SEC Country
7 days ago

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
8 days ago

Why Georgia most dangerous opponent left on Tennessee home schedule

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — One team has won five out of six and is playing at home, the other, losers of five out of six and all but eliminated from NCAA at-large consideration. But Georgia, the seemingly cold and counted out team, is the best and most dangerous opponent Tennessee (14-10, 6-5) has left on the home portion of its schedule. The teams tip off at 4:05 p.m. today (TV: ESPNU...
Via SEC Country
8 days ago
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