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NFL draft prospects: WR rankings

    With the bowl games wrapped up and underclassmen making their decisions I thought it’d be a good time to put out some preliminary player rankings. As I mentioned in previous rankings these things are very fluid and will likely change through all star games, and the combine so be sure to check in with ProFootballZone for all the up to the minute...
Via Pro Football Zone
January 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Meet the Broncos 5th Round Pick Tavarres King

The Bronco select Tavarres King in the 5th round Overview It was expected that King would take over as the Bulldogs’ playmaking receiver after A.J. Green left for the NFL and was picked fourth overall by Cincinnati in the 2011 draft. But while he led the team in receptions (47), receiving yards (705) and receiving touchdowns (eight) as a junior, he didn’t hit triple digits until...
Via Raider Ninja
April 27, 2013  |  Discuss

Meet the Broncos 5th Round Pick Tavarres King

The Bronco select Tavarres King in the 5th round Overview It was expected that King would take over as the Bulldogs’ playmaking receiver after A.J. Green left for the NFL and was picked fourth overall by Cincinnati in the 2011 draft. But while he led the team in receptions (47), receiving yards (705) and receiving touchdowns (eight) as a junior, he didn’t hit triple digits until...
Via Ditka in a Box
April 27, 2013  |  Discuss

Central Florida vs. Ball State: Why Knights Will Cover Spread In St. Petersburg Bowl

Photo: San Antonio Express-News Photo Illustration / SA UCF comes in as 7-point favorites depending on which ‘experts’ you listen to, but as good as the MAC has been this season, this game is really all about whether or not UCF shows up for a bowl that is played in their own state. That is one huge advantage heading into this one and despite coming off a tough C-USA title game...
Via Gridiron Grit
December 13, 2012  |  Discuss

Georgia's versatile offense putting up big numbers

With apologies to A.J. Green, Georgia would rather have plenty of options. The Bulldogs will look to keep mixing things up when they face Vanderbilt on Saturday night. Aaron Murray and No. 5 Georgia (3-0, 1-0 Southeastern Conference) have been getting nearly everyone in on the offensive act. Tavarres King, Marlon Brown and Michael Bennett have each had 100-yard receiving games...
Via AP on Fox
September 21, 2012  |  Discuss

Georgia Bulldogs: Aaron Murray Had to Adjust to Life Without A.J. Green

Georgia sits at 3-0 after torching Buffalo, Mizzou, and Florida Atlantic in the opening weeks of the college football season. And while each of those games had their moments of head-scratching frustration, the general consensus is as follows: the offensive line is better than expected, the run game is as good as its ever been, and the defense is just about ready to hit its stride...
Via The Lady Sportswriter
September 19, 2012  |  Discuss

Georgia Recruiting: Does 2013 WR Marquez North Favor the Dawgs?

Marquez North hasn’t made his college decision just yet, but with the depth chart at Georgia looking pretty thin at wide receiver, the addition of North to the 2013 class would be a good one. At 6’4″, 200+ pounds, North offers good size to go with his above-average speed (4.4) and playmaking ability; and despite his lanky frame, he has as much ability to play physical at the...
Via The Lady Sportswriter
August 02, 2012  |  Discuss

Georgia Bulldogs: Time is Running Out for Marlon Brown

Marlon Brown was supposed to be ready for action last season. A.J. Green was gone, Aaron Murray was more comfortable entering his second full year, as a starter, and Georgia was in need of a playmaker to replace the exited Green. However, somewhere between opportunity knocking and the door opening to greet it, Brown vanished. The culprit last season was a bum ankle that plagued...
Via The Lady Sportswriter
March 20, 2012  |  Discuss

Video: Mark Richt fondly remembers Georgia's talent in Capital One Bowl vs. Spartans

In addition to Matthew Stafford, the Bulldogs also had future NFL players Knowshon Moreno, Mohamed Massaquoi and A.J. Green on offense.
Via MLive.com
December 30, 2011  |  Discuss

Yellow Jackets look to stop streaking Bulldogs

Georgia Tech Head Coach Paul Johnson is a man of some standing in Georgia, especially around Atlanta. He's also had plenty of people let them know where he stands with them. "People feel compelled to tell me they're Georgia fans when I see them out," he said cracking a smile. "They'll come up, 'Hey, Coach, I'm a Georgia fan.' 'Okay, great...
Via Fox Sports South
November 22, 2011  |  Discuss

Yellow Jackets look to stop streaking Bulldogs

Georgia Tech Head Coach Paul Johnson is a man of some standing in Georgia, especially around Atlanta. He's also had plenty of people let them know where he stands with them. "People feel compelled to tell me they're Georgia fans when I see them out," he said cracking a smile. "They'll come up, 'Hey, Coach, I'm a Georgia fan.' 'Okay, great...
Via Fox Sports South
November 22, 2011  |  Discuss

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