UGA wide out, Chris Conley bounced back from the loss to Alabama in a big way.
Enjoy the Capital One Bowl. Forget about what could be or will be for the UGA football program in the future. Playing Nebraska, a true legendary program, is a pretty good way to end a season.
Quarterback Aaron Murray and Coach Mark Richt handled the loss to Alabama with class and dignity. Because like all good fighters, they know there will be another game. Even if this one hurts so much.
Saturday’s SEC title game is about more than just making it to the BCS Championship in Miami on January 7th. It’s about preventing a 20 story drop from the penthouse to the Capital One Bowl, among others.
When it comes to college football, the ACC is just plain lousy.
Don't let your goofball friends deprive you from enjoying where the UGA football stands at this point in the season.
Offensively, this has been the greatest of all UGA seasons.
If there is truly strength in numbers, then the strength of the 2012 Georgia Bulldogs is within its group of receivers.
The Dawgs return to the SEC Title game for a fifth time is a testament to the leadership of Mark Richt.
For me, personally, this game at Auburn is about much more than winning another shot at going to the SEC Title game in December. It’s about remembering 2010 and how Auburn, on their way to winning a national title, did all it could to humiliate, injure and destroy UGA.
In the UGA 37-10 win over Ole Miss we were witness to more audibles and check-down than we could handle, and it came from both teams.
There are many great things about football in Athens on a Saturday. Georgia 316 is not one of them.
The Dawgs have had many wins during Mark Richt's tenure, but none bigger than the 17-9 win over the Gators in Jacksonville.
It was much easier to hate the Florida Gators during the years under Steve Spurrier and Urban Meyer.
The Georgia Bulldogs game at Kentucky ended the right way for Dawgs' fans, but it was a long and laborious battle to get there.
Just once, let’s beat a team into submission. I vote for this weekend. Can't promise it will happen because, face it, this is the SEC. But hopefully, the bad taste of the South Carolina debacle will light a fire under this team like we’ve never seen.
The loss at South Carolina was a rude awakening for the talented UGA freshmen as well as all Dawgs fans.
The Dawgs’ most important game of the season, thus far, comes down to a battle with Steve Spurrier on the opposite sideline. A man that UGA fans, who suffered in the 90s, despise with a passion.
Many times, what was looking like a great season for the Georgia Bulldogs, was curtailed by a loss to Tennessee in Athens. Not this time.
Every time we play Tennessee, the memories of Larry Munson come rushing back stronger than ever.