This past weekend, Georgia hosted Tennessee between the hedges and came away with a seat of the pants’ type victory that gave some Bulldawg fans cause to reach for the ‘ole heart medication. Many fans expected Georgia to trounce Tennessee, and Vegas even projected a large margin of victory for the Dawgs. So why was the game so close? Let’s hit that button and take a look at Bulldawg Bob’s Rewind – Tennessee.
The Bulldawg Nation asked for it, and I am delivering.
For the 2nd installment of “Coach’s Corner,” I have broken down every play that Hutson Mason either threw the ball, ran the ball, or was sacked.
This weekend marks the mid-way point, roughly, for the 2014 CFB season going back to fall camp. Going into week 6, there doesn’t seem to be clearly dominant team in the SEC or in CFB. Will one emerge this weekend, or will it take a few more weeks? Let’s take a look at Bulldawg Bob’s CFB Prognostications – Week 6.
The Georgia soccer team continued its climb in the national rankings this week, rising two spots to No. 20 in the latest National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) poll. The NSCAA poll is recognized by the NCAA as the official ranking system for women’s soccer.
The Georgia equestrian team maintained its No. 1 ranking in the latest National Collegiate Equestrian Association poll. The defending NCEA National Champions have held the top spot in each of the polls this season.
For the first time since their victory over Tennessee, the Georgia Bulldogs (3-1, 1-1) returned to the practice field in front of media. And the story everybody is clearly interested in this week is the return of Malcolm Mitchell to the practice field. for the first time since the first practice of spring 2014. Bulldawg Illustrated was there to bring you a full photo album of Mitchell’s return, along with Justin Scott-Wesley who is finally cleared to play this week as well, in addition to observations and injury updates that would be of interest to you.
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Vince Dooley’s first team, the 2014 Dawgs do a great imitation of Dooley’s Dawgs on offense as the Dawgs use a devastating ground game led by Heisman contender Todd Gurley to edge Tennessee for our 5th consecutive win in the series. The defense had some outstanding moments with some key breakdowns in scheme and alignment to allow the Volunteers to stay in the game until the final minute. Many in the Bulldog Nation appear ready to throw in the towel on the season and the program leadership after Saturday’s win, and I can’t imagine what some of the lunatic fringe would be saying if we had lost. Let’s get to the rundown.
Logan and Harry are back once again to entertain you for nearly an hour as your work or run around town. On this episode of Closing The Book we discuss all things from the Tennessee victory, the good and the bad, look ahead to Vanderbilt (we aren’t very scared), make some picks for a FULL SEC schedule on tap this weekend and answer some questions from you, the loyal listeners.
Benching the good ‘old Magic 8-Ball might not have been the best idea I’ve had. Week 5 of the college football season kept many fans on the edges of their seats this past weekend. Let’s take a look at Bulldawg Bob’s CFB Winners and Losers – Week 5.
Watching Georgia’s present and future on the field at the same time this season is a little like something out of a science-fiction novel — only (at least in my head) with Larry Munson as the narrator.
Georgia forward Kelsey Killean has been named the SEC Freshman of the Week after scoring the game-winner in Georgia’s 1-0 victory over No. 14 South Carolina on Sunday, the league office has announced. It marks the first career weekly honor for Killean.