“Next year is our year”. That is a phrase that has become all too familiar to the Bulldog faithful. A phrase that rings with blind optimism, but carries with it an inherent truth: this year is NOT our year. Look back to 2010, Mark Richt’s tenth season as head coach, when the Dawgs started the […] READ MORE
Tag: Nick Chubb
Could Nick Chubb be UGA's Next Herschel Walker?
This season, the comparisons between UGA’s dynamic running back duo of Todd Gurley and Nick Chubb have been exceedingly hard to ignore. When Gurley was suspended for four games, Nick Chubb stepped in and played well – ok, more than just well – as the starter. But this true freshman, 18-year-old beast of a running […] READ MORE
The Deep South's Oldest Rivalry: Todd Gurley Returns
Georgia fans, take a second, close your eyes and think back. Think back to the Auburn-Georgia game last year. After trailing 37-17 with 12:39 to play, the Dawgs pulled off an improbable comeback behind Aaron Murray to take a 38-37 lead with 1:49 on the clock. A 20-point deficit turned into a one-point lead in […] READ MORE
WWGD: What Will Todd Gurley Do?
After Georgia’s inconceivable loss to a one-dimensional Florida Gator team, the Dawgs and Todd Gurley are in a difficult position. On the one hand, Georgia still has a lot to play for, even if the team does not currently control its own destiny. It’s not outside the realm of possibility for Missouri to slip up […] READ MORE
Georgia-Florida 2014 Is Not Your Typical "World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party"
It’s almost here! That game that every Georgia and Florida fan circles right around Halloween each year signifying the renewal of one of college football’s most heated rivalries. But as we approach this year’s matchup in Jacksonville, one thing is clear: Georgia-Florida 2014 is not your typical “World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party”. To start, the Bulldogs […] READ MORE
Things We Learned In College Week Eight
Last week still seemed like a bit of a letdown after the craziness that was Week Six, but there was one big upset yesterday, as well as a couple of close calls and several very entertaining games. Let’s examine them. Things We Learned In College Week Eight – Notre Dame and Florida State was the […] READ MORE
Georgia-Arkansas: A Tale of East Versus West
The Georgia Bulldogs really opened some eyes last week in Columbia, Missouri. After losing Heisman frontrunner Todd Gurley to an indefinite suspension (which has not been resolved to this point), the Dawgs would’ve had an easy excuse for coming out flat on the road at Mizzou. Instead, Georgia rose to the occasion and put a […] READ MORE
Can Georgia Beat Missouri Without Todd Gurley?
In what many are praying and hoping is just a cruel, sick joke, the University of Georgia is reporting that Heisman frontrunner and star tailback Todd Gurley has been indefinitely suspended from the team as a result of an ongoing investigation into potential NCAA rules violations. Regardless of what the situation is (early reports say […] READ MORE
Does Vandy Stand a Chance Against The Georgia Bulldogs? No Way.
The Georgia Bulldogs have been an interesting team thus far, to say the least. At points, Georgia shows flashes of brilliance with an unstoppable power running game and a fast, blitzing, vicious defense that disrupts plays at the line of scrimmage. At other points, you have an offense that can’t move the ball (especially through […] READ MORE
The Georgia Bulldogs Will Dominate (Not Just Beat) South Carolina
At the beginning of the year, the battle between Georgia and South Carolina was billed as the game that would decide the SEC East, but after two weeks of football, that is no longer the case. South Carolina is sitting at 1-1 (0-1 SEC), and they could easily have been 0-2 save for a brilliant clock-eating […] READ MORE