Homecoming in the Deep South

Vandy and Kentucky, the historic two-team bottom tier in the SEC East and in the whole of the SEC, were regularly alternating Homecoming opponents in the Classic City for many years, with UGA winning every year in the modern era…

Ascending into Autumn

56-20 was the final score in a not so ready for primetime matchup Saturday night Between the Hedges. The boys from Boca came out ready to fire on offense, and they hung around with explosive Georgia until the game was…

THIS is SEC Football

Until only a minute-and-a-half was left in a tough first half, GEORGIA and Missouri were locked up in a 3-3 defensive battle in America’s heartland. Senior cornerback Branden Smith took a bad coverage angle, and Mizzou held a 10-3 advantage….

2012 UGA SEC Media Days Report

Mark Richt, the longest-tenured head football coach in the greatest American college football conference, headlined the SEC Media Days in Hoover, AL on July 19th. Over three gloriously long days in the Birmingham area, thirteen other head football coaches had…

Looking Ahead to 2012

Last week of the year, so instead of rehashing 2011 it’s time to look ahead. BAMA – mighty BAMA – got dropped from the schedule as the SEC East has seven teams and now only two out-of-division slots. The Dawg…

Why Washington Was Worst Draw for UGA

The University of Georgia was in last place in the SEC last season in men’s basketball and made a remarkable turnaround in year two of the coach Mark Fox era. At 21-11, UGA has a decent record, and the Dawgs…

Regular Season in Top 7 of All-time

GEORGIA lost at SEC West champion BAMA today, to a team that needed the win more and completed an undefeated home season. UGA finished the successful regular season with 20 wins. Only 7 teams in the 79-year history of Georgia…

Big Win at Rocky Top

Travis Leslie was named best dunker in college by a panel of voters on ESPN’s College Gameday then had fifteen in Knoxville. UGA’s leading scorer on the day however was steady senior center Jeremy Price with twenty. Georgia got out…

Collapse at Stegeman Coliseum

Georgia had outscored Vandy 50-37 in Athens before an utter collapse led to an eventual eight point loss. The guard tandem of Gerald Robinson Jr. and Dustin Ware held SEC leading scorer John Jenkins scoreless in the first half, only…

Dawgs Close Carolina Out

Playing with a dwindling lead in Columbia, South Carolina Saturday afternoon, Georgia basketball found enough moxie to persevere against a young but scrappy Gamecock squad. Georgia got off to a hot start to the contest and led by a wide…

DAWGS Crush Ole Miss in Oxford

In the land of William Faulkner, GEORGIA Basketball finally put an SEC road win on their growing resumes. By scoring the most points (98) since 1995, UGA has established itself as a potential SEC contender. Georgia whipped then #11 Kentucky…

Tough Loss in Nashville

In foul trouble all night and dominated on the boards, the #24-ranked Georgia Bulldogs lost to the Vanderbilt Commodores in Nashville. UGA had a poor shooting night from distance, while Vandy was sharp from long. Nashville is a tough road…

Hoop Dawgs Ranked

For the first time since going on probation following the 2003 season, the University of Georgia Bulldogs men’s basketball team is ranked. After defeating the then eleventh ranked Kentucky Wildcats in front of a sold out Coliseum crowd, UGA moved…

Disappointing Triumvirate: Green, Ealey, C. King

When I’m publicly having to answer this question to LSU fans and BAMA fans: What happened to GEORGIA? We have problems as a program. We have been a huge two-year disappointment, after being disappointed with a #10 national finish three…