ATHENS – If there’s any uncertainty about it, nobody has apparently told Isaiah Wynn. If this is all just a spring experiment, then Wynn may be out of the loop. “I’m the left tackle,” Wynn said after Saturday’s spring practice, adding a “yes sir” for emphasis. So he fully expects that against Appalachian State on […] The post Isaiah Wynn wants to be Georgia’s left tackle, and believes he will be appeared first on DawgNation.
ATHENS — You’d never know anything was ever wrong with Nick Chubb by looking at him now. He’s wearing no braces or wraps. There is no limping or gimpiness in his gait. Perhaps it’s just because everybody in spring practice has been running around in shorts and helmets so far, but he looks quick and […] The post Georgia’s Nick Chubb looking like his old self appeared first on DawgNation.
ATHENS — Georgia sophomore receiver Riley Ridley was out for the first week of spring practice because of a foot injury. It doesn’t appear the injury is too serious, as Ridley has been seen rehabbing by teammates. There hasn’t been an official update from the team. In any case, the receiver spot remains a source […] The post Georgia receivers update: Riley Ridley hurt, Mecole Hardman getting ‘some work’ appeared first on DawgNation.
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Georgia captured the SEC Equestrian title in scintillating fashion on Saturday with a 10-9 victory over Auburn. Lindsey Cheek claimed Georgia’s game-winning point with a 139.5-138.5 victory over Auburn’s Lauren Diaz. Afterwards, Georgia got the party started with this wild celebration. .@UGAEquestrian claims the #SECEQ title with a 10-9 victory over Auburn!
Georgia quarterback Jacob Eason and actor Chris Pratt are from the same hometown — Lake Stevens, Washington. So, it wouldn’t be too unusual for the two to run into each other during a trip back home, right? That’s what happened on Friday night. Well, kind of. During a trip to the movie theater, Eason took […] The post Georgia QB Jacob Eason has funny exchange with actor Chris Pratt on Twitter appeared first on DawgNation.
ATHENS — Two of Georgia’s wide receivers remain out of action at practice, one of them not even present. And a much-discussed player at another position is seeing time at receiver. Mecole Hardman was taking passes during part of the media viewing period of Saturday’s practice. This was just while quarterbacks were throwing to receivers. Hardman […] The post Georgia practice report: Some intrigue at receiver appeared first on DawgNation.
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Yes, these are heady days for SEC basketball. And maybe we should’ve seen it coming. The RPI doesn’t lie, at least most of the time. The SEC had 10 of the top 100 teams this past season, and five of the top 50 – with Georgia at 52 – and all that should have been […] The post What the SEC’s basketball success says about Georgia appeared first on DawgNation.
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ATHENS — Another NCAA swim meet, another U.S. record for Georgia’s Chase Kalisz. The senior from Bel Air, Md., recorded a blazing 3:33.42 to win the 400-yard individual medley race. That time lowered his own American, U.S. Open, NCAA, NCAA Championship, UGA and pool record. He finished nearly three seconds faster than runner-up Andrew Seliskar […] The post UGA’s Chase Kalisz sets U.S. swim record for NCAA title appeared first on DawgNation.
Mar 24, 2017
ATHENS – Benjamin Watson – better known as Ben in these parts – insists that he didn’t ask for any of this. He never planned to become a national spokesman on race relations in America. But, like it or not, he is. That phenomenon was on full display Thursday night in the Grand Ballroom at […] The post It’s still football first for race relations expert Ben Watson appeared first on DawgNation.
Georgia football fans undoubtedly enjoyed reading spring practice reports from DawgNation on Thursday with tales of the early performance of UGA freshman defensive back Deangelo Gibbs — a player whose college choice signaled one of the Bulldogs’ most significant recruiting wins for its 2017 class. I’ll talk about what Gibbs has done thus far, and […] The post Podcast: UGA freshman that ‘expects a lot’ already providing a lot appeared first on DawgNation.
ATHENS — There’s a picture of Georgia’s defensive linemen, taken during the black jersey game last year, and Jonathan Ledbetter is right in the middle, his left pinky finger in his mouth as he snarls at the camera. Ledbetter made it the main picture on his Twitter profile. If you’re looking for symbolism, you could […] The post Another Georgia defensive player poised for breakout year appeared first on DawgNation.
Mar 24, 2017
Want a daily lap through Georgia football recruiting? That’s what the Intel will bring at least five days a week. We’ll cover the news and which way this 4-star like Kyler McMichael might lean plus add some perspective to help fans figure out what it all means. _________________________________________________________ Greater Atlanta Christian coach Tim Hardy is […] The post 4-star ATH Kyler McMichael shares his thoughts on Clemson and UGA appeared first on DawgNation.
Mar 24, 2017
Former Georgia men’s basketball coach Dennis Felton will be a head coach once again in 2017. Cleveland State has hired Felton as its new head coach, the school announced Friday. Welcome to Dennis Felton, the 15th head coach in Cleveland State mens basketball history.https://t.co/9LmKW2q9fP pic.twitter.com/ukeHSuXtTN — Viking Athletics (@CSU_Athletics) March 24, 2017 Georgia fired Felton […] The post Former UGA hoops coach Dennis Felton hired at Cleveland State appeared first on DawgNation.
Mar 24, 2017
Welcome to your one-stop shop for all the relevant Georgia football news and takes every Monday through Friday. Happy Friday. Jockeying for position Aside from a few crucial spots, Georgia doesn’t really have a lot of position battles going on this spring. At least in the starting spots. It’s not clear who will be the starters […] The post What is Georgia’s most important position battle of the spring? appeared first on DawgNation.
ATHENS – The media may have been surprised to see a true freshman working with the first team on an otherwise very experienced Georgia defense. His veteran teammates were not. “If a guy’s ready to play, coach isn’t going to be hesitant,” fifth-year senior and outside linebacker Davin Bellamy said. “You guys saw that last […] The post Georgia veterans speak highly of several new players appeared first on DawgNation.