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Macon Telegraph 3 hours ago

UGA hopes to learn from heartbreaking loss to Bama before facing Texas

Deandre Baker sat in front of an empty locker, his t-shirt reading “D. Baker,” as he answered quick-fire questions from the media scrum. His then-fourth-ranked Bulldogs (now No. 5) had …
Dawn of the Dawg Dec 10, 2018

Georgia football recruiting enters crucial period

While the commitment of 5-star OL Clay Webb would make most recruiting classes, for the Georgia football team, it’s just the start of a very busy few weeks. It’s pretty good that moments like today seem like business as usual. With Kirby Smart now at the helm, the Georgia football team is recruiting like nothing before. […] Georgia football recruiting enters crucial period - Dawn of the Dawg - Dawn of the Dawg - A Georgia Bulldogs Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Dawn of the Dawg Dec 10, 2018

Georgia football: Sam Pittman does it again, no. 1 center commits to the G

Georgia football received the commitment of no. 1 ranked center Clay Webb early Monday afternoon. Webb is ranked no. 22 nationally and no. 1 in the state of Alabama. Offensive line coach Sam Pittman worked his magic again on Monday. This time, crossing the state line via Interstate-20 and heading into Oxford, Alabama to bring Clay […] Georgia football: Sam Pittman does it again, no. 1 center commits to the G - Dawn of the Dawg - Dawn of the Dawg - A Georgia Bulldogs Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Dawg Sports Dec 10, 2018
Scouting report: Clay Webb

Scouting report: Clay Webb

The headline is splashy all by itself. After all, it’s not every day that the state of Alabama’s top high school football prospect, and a five star offensive lineman at that, chooses the Georgia Bulldogs over the Alabama Crimson Tide. But a closer look shows why Clay Webb’s commitment to the Red and Black is even better news than you imagined. The eyeball test Webb’s listed by various recruiting services around 6’3 and 295 pounds. Assuming that’s accurate he carries the weight pretty well. He has a solid lower body and will likely put on a few pounds in a college nutrition and...
Dawn of the Dawg Dec 8, 2018

Georgia football: top five seniors from the 2018 Bulldawgs

Georgia football unfortunately lost to Alabama last week in the SEC Championship Game. But the Bulldogs are 11-2 and the senior class has a 42-12 record. 5. Jonathan Ledbetter – DE Each defensive group had one strong senior leader this season. On the defensive line, that leader was Jonathan Ledbetter. Overcoming discipline issues early in […] Georgia football: top five seniors from the 2018 Bulldawgs - Dawn of the Dawg - Dawn of the Dawg - A Georgia Bulldogs Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Macon Telegraph Dec 7, 2018

What went wrong for Georgia in SEC Championship? Let’s start with these 3 choices

A double-digit lead, in a high-stakes game, squandered away to cost Georgia a (potential) spot in the national championship. That’s a sentence that would make 2012 Mark Richt shudder, and …
Dawg Sports Dec 7, 2018
Friday Morning Dawg Bites Has The Pistols, So It Gets The Pesos

Friday Morning Dawg Bites Has The Pistols, So It Gets The Pesos

And that seems fair... After the nightmare journey through 90s music I’ve put you through this season, I fully intended to branch into another area of my diseased musical brain this week. But then, of course, it was revealed that our #5 Georgia Bulldogs would be taking on the #15 Texas Longhorns in the Sugar Bowl. And I had an epiphany. There is a singular song that pops into my mind when I think of our Dawgs riding into New Orleans to do battle against the Longhorns. I couldn’t help myself. It was just there. And it just so happened to be one of my absolute favorites from my...
Dawg Sports Dec 6, 2018
Deandre Baker wins Jim Thorpe Award

Deandre Baker wins Jim Thorpe Award

Bulldog fans have known for a while now that Deandre Baker is the best defensive back in college football. Now he’s got the hardware to prove it. The 2018 Paycom Jim Thorpe Award for the nation's best DB goes to ... Georgia's DeAndre Baker! pic.twitter.com/KP4ndZNEjV— ESPN CollegeFootball (@ESPNCFB) December 7, 2018 Baker was named the Jim Thorpe Award winner tonight as the nation’s top defensive back over fellow finalists Greedy Williams of LSU and Julian Love of Notre Dame. Father Deandre as he is known on the Chapel Bell Curve podcast was a force during his senior season....
Dawn of the Dawg Dec 6, 2018

Georgia football: Deandre Baker brings Jim Thorpe Award home to Athens

Georgia football defensive back Deandre Baker wins the Jim Thorpe Award after a fantastic 2018 regular season. Baker plays his last game with the Bulldogs in the Sugar Bowl. For the second-straight year, a Georgia football defensive player takes home an individual award. Last year, Roquan Smith claimed the Butkus Award. This year, cornerback Deandre […] Georgia football: Deandre Baker brings Jim Thorpe Award home to Athens - Dawn of the Dawg - Dawn of the Dawg - A Georgia Bulldogs Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Dawg Sports Dec 6, 2018
Your College Football Bowl Game Television Schedule

Your College Football Bowl Game Television Schedule

Brought to you by Poulan Weedeaters, Cheribundi Tart Cherry, and Dr. Scratchansniff’s Soothing Hemorrhoid Ointment! Well, well, well. It’s Bowl Season again. Your Georgia Bulldogs are meeting up with the Texas Longhorns a bit sooner than most of us had anticipated. But I love the Sugar Bowl, and Texas isn’t in the Big 10, so I’m happy as a clam. We’ve got the Orange Bowl and the Cotton Bowl, of course. Where “the 4 best teams in the country” will be matched up. We have a Cheribundi Tart Cherry Boca Raton Bowl and a Famous Idaho Potato Bowl and a Cheez-It Bowl (yum)......
Dawn of the Dawg Dec 6, 2018

Georgia Bulldogs Football: Early Sugar Bowl bold predictions

The Georgia Bulldogs were snubbed a spot in the playoffs. Now they get to take their anger out on Texas. Here are some bold predictions for the Sugar Bowl. The Georgia Bulldogs football team narrowly missed out on a second consecutive college football playoff birth after falling to Alabama in the SEC Championship 35-28. It […] Georgia Bulldogs Football: Early Sugar Bowl bold predictions - Dawn of the Dawg - Dawn of the Dawg - A Georgia Bulldogs Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Dawg Sports Dec 6, 2018
Bulldogs lead league in freshman All-SEC selections

Bulldogs lead league in freshman All-SEC selections

Georgia fans have been very excited this season about the number of freshmen turning in quality performances for the #5 team in the country. Turns out they weren’t the only ones who noticed. Georgia placed a league-leading five freshmen on the SEC’s All-Freshman team, voted on by league coaches. Or perhaps their GAs who aren’t out recruiting right now. Either way, it’s great news. Justin Fields made the cut at quarterback after a season that saw him play significant minutes in all but a handful of games. Isaiah Wilson and Cade Mays made the list on the offensive line and quite...
Dawn of the Dawg Dec 5, 2018

Georgia basketball: Tyree Crump benefiting the most from Tom Crean

Georgia basketball is 5-3 so far with new coach Tom Crean. The Dawgs have scored at least 80 points four times this year, something that only happened six times all last season. When Tom Crean arrived in Athens, he passionately made a lot of promises and guarantees. He was going to make Georgia basketball relevant […] Georgia basketball: Tyree Crump benefiting the most from Tom Crean - Dawn of the Dawg - Dawn of the Dawg - A Georgia Bulldogs Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Dawg Sports Dec 3, 2018
Should they stay or should they go? Early look at UGA’s potential NFL early entries (Part I, Offense)

Should they stay or should they go? Early look at UGA’s potential NFL early entries (Part I, Offense)

The 2018 Georgia Bulldogs have one game remaining on their schedule. But that doesn’t mean we can’t start getting a feel for what the 2019 Bulldogs may look like. One important part of that process is figuring out which of the draft-eligible ‘Dawgs may take this opportunity to turn pro. This week we’ll take a look at that, starting today with the offense. Elijah Holyfield Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports Why he might leave Running backs only have so much tread on the tires. Leaving as a junior, one who’s so far been very healthy, would put Holyfield one year...
Dawn of the Dawg Dec 3, 2018

Georgia football: injuries, depth neglected reasons for championship game demise

Georgia football failed to hold onto a 14-point lead in a 35-28 loss to Alabama in the SEC Championship Game. Blame is being pointed everywhere except the where it belongs; depth. Saturday’s loss to Alabama was a reminder of two things, one discouraging, another encouraging. Failing to hold on to a 14-point lead, showed that […] Georgia football: injuries, depth neglected reasons for championship game demise - Dawn of the Dawg - Dawn of the Dawg - A Georgia Bulldogs Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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