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History repeats itself as QBs Jake Fromm, Justin Fields prepare for spring competition

ATHENS — There was an alternate destiny for David Greene and D.J. Shockley. Shockley, then a highly touted freshman who had just arrived from College Park in 2002, looked like he might unseat Georgia’s starting quarterback only a year after Greene had been named freshman of the year in the SEC. Alas, fate would intervene. Greene retained his job and led the Bulldogs to a 13-1 record...
Via Dawg Nation
20 days ago

Former UGA great D.J. Shockley details the important offseason ahead for Jacob Eason

After two years of anticipation, Jacob Eason showed a lot of promise in his first season at Georgia, but there were notable growing pains as well. It was a weekly trial-by-fire for the true freshman, who finished the year with 2,430 yards, 16 touchdowns and eight interceptions. Eason’s physical gifts were apparent, but he struggled with consistency and the finer points of being a...
Via Saturday Down South
January 24, 2017

Ex-UGA QB D.J. Shockley gives advice to Jacob Eason

During his career with the Georgia Bulldogs, D.J. Shockley was a terrific player and one of the better quarterbacks in the SEC during the early 2000’s. It seems he is wanting freshman quarterback Jacob Eason to succeed, so he decided to give him some advice. Right now, Eason appears to be falling behind Greyson Lambert as the starter going into the 2016 season, which might have a...
Via Campus Sports Net
August 25, 2016  |  Discuss

Video: Ex-Auburn RB Ronnie Brown ‘Calls the Dawgs’

A handful of former and current college players got together on Wednesday night in Atlanta to raise money for the Make-a-Wish Foundation. During the event, ex-Auburn Tigers star running back Ronnie Brown was convinced to do the famous “Calling the Dawgs” chant of rival Georgia. Helping Brown out with the call was former Georgia quarterback D.J. Shockley. GCIAS Merill Lynch Wealth...
Via Campus Sports Net
June 25, 2015  |  Discuss

Georgia Bulldogs: Former Players Lend a "Good Hand" for a Worthy Cause

As part of the 3rd Annual Allstate Good Works Day–held in Atlanta on December 1–former Bulldog greats Matt Stinchomb, Kelin Johnson, David Greene, D.J. Shockley, and Quentin Moses were on hand to lend their support to CHRIS Kids. CHRIS Kids assists children and families not only find stable living environments, but procure mental health services as well. The above-mentioned players...
Via The Lady Sportswriter
December 02, 2011  |  Discuss

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