12:43 AM EDT, Sun April 21, 2019
Macon Telegraph 3 hours ago

Is Brian Herrien just what the Bulldogs need? After G-Day performance, answer could be yes

Brian Herrien enters his fourth and final season at Georgia in September, played in all 14 games a season ago and was the Bulldogs’ third leading rusher in 2018. And …
Macon Telegraph 3 hours ago

UGA head coach Kirby Smart praises player performance in G-Day scrimmage

Georgia Bulldogs head coach Kirby Smart praised multiple players' performances in the annual G-Day scrimmage, including Stetson Bennett and Demetrius Robertson. The red team won against black 22-17. …
Macon Telegraph 4 hours ago

G-Day performance not ‘up to standard I want to play at,’ quarterback Jake Fromm says

Georgia Bulldogs quarterback Jake Fromm told media Saturday his performance during the annual spring game, G-Day, was not up to his standards. Fromm said weather and wet balls contributed to the lack of success. …
Dawg Sports 16 hours ago
Claxton testing NBA Draft waters no cause for alarm

Claxton testing NBA Draft waters no cause for alarm

Sophomore Nic Claxton was a conspicuous bright spot in an otherwise rough first season for Tom Crean in Athens. A lot of Bulldog fans consoles themselves down the stretch by imagining big man Nic Claxton combining with Anthony Edwards and the rest of the Bulldogs’ exciting 2019 recruiting class to bring about better days. That may still happen, but it’s not a given, as Claxton confirmed on Friday that he’ll enter the NBA Draft pool. The move is not entirely surprising, as Claxton enjoyed a breakout season during 2018–19. The Greenville native, whose dad Charles also played for the...
Dawn of the Dawg Apr 19, 2019

Georgia Football aims for another 93K Day with G-Day 2019

Georgia football’s annual G-day is finally here. Can head coach Kirby Smart mimic 93K day for 2019? With such a jam-packed weekend, the program could make history again. G-day is  Saturday, April 20th for Georgia football. The annual spring game between the red and the black squads that Georgia fans can see in Sanford Stadium […] Georgia Football aims for another 93K Day with G-Day 2019 - Dawn of the Dawg - Dawn of the Dawg - A Georgia Bulldogs Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Dawn of the Dawg Apr 18, 2019

Drop Tech is Georgia football silliness

Georgia football fans contemplate dropping Tech from the football schedule. Really? With Georgia football expecting to host the nation’s largest spring game audience and an equally impressive group of recruits Saturday for G-Day, much of the Bulldog Nation has moved on to the Silly Season. The Silly Season: that mystical time between May 1 and […] Drop Tech is Georgia football silliness - Dawn of the Dawg - Dawn of the Dawg - A Georgia Bulldogs Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Dawn of the Dawg Apr 17, 2019

Georgia Football adds Huge Pickup to 2020 Class

Georgia Football adds member number six to its 2020 class with the addition of four-star cornerback Jalen Kimber. According to 247Sports Composite rankings, with the latest addition, Georgia football now has the No. 9 overall recruiting class. The latest pickup is a four-star from Arlington, Texas, Jalen Kimber. He is a 6-1.5 180-pound cornerback. According to […] Georgia Football adds Huge Pickup to 2020 Class - Dawn of the Dawg - Dawn of the Dawg - A Georgia Bulldogs Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Dawn of the Dawg Apr 17, 2019

Georgia Football: Best Receiving Unit in the SEC?

Georgia football has one of the most talented receiving rooms in the country. Who gets those starting spots this spring? Find out who we think. Yes, you read the title right. Georgia Football has for sure found their offensive identity in running the ball and for good reasons as it has led to much success. […] Georgia Football: Best Receiving Unit in the SEC? - Dawn of the Dawg - Dawn of the Dawg - A Georgia Bulldogs Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Macon Telegraph Apr 16, 2019

Richard LeCounte on leading, learning and those Kirby Smart criticisms

Kirby Smart was never coy about his thoughts on Georgia safety Richard LeCounte. Asked at a press conference almost a year ago to-date, Smart said the then-sophomore had a “lot …
Macon Telegraph Apr 16, 2019

UGA’s Richard LeCounte: ‘If I run out of things to learn I won’t be a great football player’

Georgia Bulldog Richard LeCounte told media Tuesday he's ready to take on whatever challenges coaches throw at him in spring practice. He's learning a new safety spot aims to put on a total of 15 pounds before the fall. …
Dawn of the Dawg Apr 16, 2019

Georgia Football: 2019 Spring Quarterback Shakedown

Jake Fromm is obviously the starting quarterback for Georgia football, but who will be the guy behind him?  Without Justin Fields as QB2, we take a look at the other signal callers on the roster. For the first time in two years, starting quarterback for the Georgia football team, Jake Fromm doesn’t have to compete […] Georgia Football: 2019 Spring Quarterback Shakedown - Dawn of the Dawg - Dawn of the Dawg - A Georgia Bulldogs Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Macon Telegraph Apr 15, 2019

He struggled through last season. Now this Bulldog is having ‘the best spring out of anyone’

There’s the simple, yet vital lesson that desired goals take time to fulfill. Georgia wide receiver Demetris Robertson feels the agonizing pain that comes with that tidbit. Back in Robertson’s …
Dawg Sports Apr 15, 2019
Despite Series Loss, Dawgs Still Lead SEC

Despite Series Loss, Dawgs Still Lead SEC

Clemson, Mizzou come to Athens this week The bad news for Georgia’s baseball team is that it met its biggest share of adversity over the weekend, losing its first conference series of the year in the highly competitive SEC. The good? By salvaging the weekend on the road against Tennessee with Saturday’s 7-1 win against the Vols, Georgia is 29-8 overall and 10-5 in conference play - good enough to lead the SEC East by a game over Vanderbilt and also tying Mississippi State for best record overall in the league. Georgia dug deep on Saturday for the win - digging that was much needed...
Dawg Sports Apr 13, 2019
Quoting Kirby After The Scrimmage

Quoting Kirby After The Scrimmage

Yes, Brian Herrien Was There Georgia scrimmaged for the final time on Saturday before weekend’s G-Day Game. As always, Kirby Smart had plenty to weigh in on across the board. Quotes via UGA Sports Communications Opening statement… “I will reserve judgment until I watch the tape, but I thought the guys came out with good energy today like they did last time. The offense played a little better today—a lot more consistency in the run-game than I thought last week. Defensive line, defensive units controlled the run-game. I thought we had a lot more 5-6-7 yard runs, not a lot of...
Dawn of the Dawg Apr 13, 2019

Georgia Football: Dan Mullen a Blind Squirrel Barking Up the Wrong Tree

Despite Georgia football’s recent dominance, Dan Mullen continues to take shots at Kirby Smart’s program. Unfortunately for Florida, the gap between them isn’t close enough for this to end well for the Gators. Death, taxes and Florida fans getting ahead of themselves.  As usual, Twitter has been set ablaze with hot takes between Georgia and […] Georgia Football: Dan Mullen a Blind Squirrel Barking Up the Wrong Tree - Dawn of the Dawg - Dawn of the Dawg - A Georgia Bulldogs Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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    Brian Herrien

    Is Brian Herrien just what the Bulldogs need? After G-Day performance, answer could be yes

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    Jake Fromm

    G-Day performance not ‘up to standard I want to play at,’ quarterback Jake Fromm says

  • Terry Godwin

    Terry Godwin

    Georgia football: coaches looking for new slot receivers in 2019

  • Mecole Hardman

    Mecole Hardman

    Georgia football: coaches looking for new slot receivers in 2019

  • Elijah Holyfield

    Elijah Holyfield

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