Conservative Game Plan Fails

Why Georgia why? We have a head coach with a 4-1 record in Columbia. During those four tough DAWGS wins and now one ugly loss, we have scored a total of four offensive touchdowns. Trailing 14-6, Washaun Ealey dropped the…

Murray’s Road Test

As I write this on the precipice of the Hairy Dawgs beginning SEC play, the University of Georgia still awaits news on AJ Green’s eligibility. With or without the best wide receiver in college football, Georgia’s young quarterback now faces…

Scoutin’ the Cajuns

Louisiana’s Ragin’ Cajuns – formerly Louisiana-Lafayette and before that Southwest Louisiana – play in the Sunbelt Conference in front of 31,000. They travel to ATHENS, GA Saturday to take on your Big Hairy Dawgs in an opener tuneup for GEORGIA…

Schedule Breakdown

Coming off an 8-5 debacle of a season in 2009, Georgia looks to return to our rightful place in the national top ten in 2010. UGA has not had two consecutive down years since Mark Richt became head coach, and…

Tight End U

A position of strength throughout the Jim Donnan and Mark Richt head coaching eras, GEORGIA is absolutely loaded at tight end this season. Sophomore Orson Charles is a wideout in a tight end’s body. He gets downfield and gets open,…

Did Murray Forget How to Pass?

In his junior year of high school, Murray was regarded as the number one high school quarterback in the nation. And he didn’t grind out stats against inferior competition week in and week out at some small and/or private high…

Big Time

Let’s get this, Dawgs. We have been pushed around far too long by Florida, and Tennessee has taken back control of that series in a major way. We have been humbled in big games at home. And now we trot…

How Dawgs can win big in 2010

With Tim Tebow and Joe Haden gone from Florida, and with Jonathon Dwyer and Bay-Bay Thomas gone from Tech, and with new quarterbacks and new running backs starting at Auburn and Tennessee, our four biggest rivals will be teams with…

Never the same as last year

Every year I follow a multitude of preseason prognosticators and guffaw. They generally have very little deviation from the end of the previous season’s order of finish in any given league. This is just amateur of these so-called professionals. They…