Georgia Bulldogs: Could A.J. Turman Be the Goal-Line Threat the Dawgs Need?

One of the Georgia Bulldogs’ bigger position of needs during this last recruiting cycle—despite the presence of both Keith Marshall and Todd Gurley—was another elite tailback; or, more specifically, a running back with pass-catching ability. It’s the reason why a player like Alvin Kamara (who eventually signed with Alabama) was deemed a must-have for the coaching staff;...
Via The Lady Sportswriter
February 11, 2013  |  Discuss

Bulldogs believe they can fill Crowell's void

By JAMES CARR@jamescarr89 HOOVER, Ala. -- The Georgia Bulldogs endured another tumultuous offseason, but the effects might not be as bad as it seems on first glance. Star running back Isaiah Crowell, the AP Freshman of the Year in the SEC last season after rushing for 850 yards and five scores, was dismissed from the team this summer following an arrest on a felony gun charge ...
Via Fox Sports South
July 19, 2012  |  Discuss

Georgia Bulldogs Spring Storylines

Mitchell will take his talents to defense this spring The Georgia Bulldogs finished the 2011 season at 10-4 and feeling a lot better about themselves than they did after a 6-7 campaign in 2010. Behind defensive coordinator Todd Grantham, the Dawgs find themselves with high expectations going into 2012. We've got Georgia sitting at #6 in our Pre-Spring Top 10 and most other sites...
Via College Football Zealots
March 14, 2012  |  Discuss

Georgia Football Recruiting Update: Bulldogs Land Top RB Keith Marshall

           The Georgia Bulldogs appear to have landed a top running back for the second straight year in recruiting, as Millbrook High School (Raleigh, North Carolina) running back Keith Marshall has verbally committed to play for the Bulldogs. Marshall, a 5’11″, 190 lb running back, recognized by many as the top RB recruit, made the announcement today, choosing...
December 06, 2011  |  Discuss

VIDEO: Can the Georgia Offense Keep LSU's Defense at Bay?

That's the big question, isn't it? Can Georgia's offense stay on the field long enough to make LSU's defense have to adjust? The problem with the running back tandem at Georgia isn't that they aren't talented, but that they aren't all healthy. Will Richard Samuel IV be both healthy and effective after such a long layoff? Can Carlton Thomas continue...
Via The Lady Sportswriter
December 01, 2011  |  Discuss

New Mexico state drops 3rd straight

New Mexico State coach DeWayne Walker was nearly speechless trying to describe what he had just witnessed. ''We're better than that score,'' he said after the Aggies lost 63-16 to No. 18 Georgia on Saturday. ''We just picked the wrong day to not play well. I guess obviously (Georgia) needed to make a statement, so we're just going to go back and get...
Via AP on Fox
November 05, 2011  |  Discuss

Shorthanded Bulldogs Squad Takes on NM State

           This week the Georgia Bulldogs get what amounts to a scrimmage game, as they take on the New Mexico State Aggies at Sanford Stadium. The Bulldogs have been on a roll as of late, beating Florida last week 24-20 to move their record to 6-2 and extend their winning streak to 6. While it seems like this game against the Aggies-who are 3-5 so far this year-should give...
November 03, 2011  |  Discuss

Georgia Loses Richard Samuel For Season, Suspends 3 RBs

Fresh off of it's victory over the rival Florida Gators this weekend, the Georgia Bulldogs got some bad news this week. Second leading rusher, Richard Samuel (240 yds and 1 TD), underwent surgery Tuesday morning to repair ligament damage in his left ankle. Samuel's story has been well documented on this site and it's a shame that coming off of his biggest moment as a...
Via College Football Zealots
November 02, 2011  |  Discuss

UGA RB Samuel undergoes surgery, out at least four weeks

And the hits just keep on coming for the Georgia Bulldogs. Earlier today UGA announced that running backs Isaiah Crowell and Carlton Thomas, the team’s leading and third-leading rushers, respectively, as well as fellow RB Ken Malcome have been suspended for the New Mexico State game Saturday.  That news came on the heels of Richard Samuel, UGA’s…
Via College Football Talk
November 01, 2011  |  Discuss

Isaiah Crowell Among 3 Georgia RB’s Suspended For This Week’s Game

  18th ranked Georgia will take on New Mexico State this Saturday, but the Bulldogs will be missing four scholarship running backs. Richard Samuel, the team’s second leading rusher (240 yards, 1TD), will be out for the remainder of the season after having ankle surgery this morning. Freshman sensation Isaiah Crowell (689 yards, 4 TD’s), [...]
Via Los That Sports Blog
November 01, 2011  |  Discuss

New Mexico St.-Georgia Preview

Georgia seemingly wouldn't figure to have much trouble moving the ball against a New Mexico State team that has one of the nation's worst defenses. Doing so without its top three rushers, however, could pose more of a challenge. Playing their first home game in five weeks, the 18th-ranked Bulldogs hope to overcome a suddenly thin running back corps and extend their winning...
Via AP on Fox
November 01, 2011  |  Discuss

Georgia 24, Florida 20: Bulldogs Make Their Own Breaks In Cocktail Party Win

It takes a little guts to overcome you archrival and a team you have seen victory against just twice in the last 10 years, three times in the last 21. For Georgia, that is what was at stake, aside from the traditional momentum in its turnaround to fight back into the SEC East race. The Bulldogs found some magic in Jacksonville for their annual showdown with the Gators, converting...
Via Crystal Ball Run
October 29, 2011  |  Discuss

Georgia 24 Florida 20

Everybody knows the recent history of the Florida/Georgia series. I don't have to tell you that coming into this weekend's Cocktail Party Georgia had only won three of the last twenty-one games. Florida is Georgia's boogeyman and that much we knew coming into this match-up. The stakes were high for both teams. Georgia didn't control it's own destiny but if it...
Via College Football Zealots
October 29, 2011  |  Discuss
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