Welcome to the game day live thread – bye week part deux.
The 9th ranked Georgia Bulldawgs have this weekend off as they prepare to take on the Florida Gators next week in Jacksonville; so, sit back and enjoy some stress free games and replays in week 9 of the 2014 CFB season.
The 22nd-ranked Georgia soccer team suffered a 2-0 road loss to Alabama Friday night at the Alabama Soccer Complex in Tuscaloosa, with the Crimson Tide scoring in the first half and adding a second after halftime to put the Bulldogs away.
The No. 1 UGA equestrian team will travel to Texas for a pair of meets against No. 3 Baylor and No. 8 Southern Methodist. The Bulldogs will first take on the Bears in Waco at the Willis Family Equestrian Center for a 10 a.m. CT start. The team will then travel to Dallas to take on the Mustangs at the Sleepy P Ranch. That meet is schedule for a 10 a.m. CT start as well. Georgia is currently 1-0 on the season after defeating South Carolina on the road.
Members of the University of Georgia women’s tennis team competed in singles and doubles matches on Friday as play commenced at the 2014 Ole Miss Invitational.
On the Friday afternoon of the bye week leading up to the annual Georgia-Florida game in Jacksonville, FL, the University of Georgia Student Government Association brought out the Okefenokee Oar – the trophy of the big game – to The Arch in Downtown Athens for people to take pictures.
Looks like a GT fan did in fact make off with my “mojo” last week a la Dr.Evil in Austin Powers. Well, this Bulldawg fan has more than enough to go around, and it is time for me to get back to picking winners after going a paltry 5 for 5 last week. There aren’t as many top 15 matchups let alone top 25 matchups in week 9 as their were the last 2 weeks. Let’s take a look at Bulldawg Bob’s CFB Prognostications – Week 9.
For the last two weeks, the number of sleep hours lost throughout Dawg Nation have been countless. The rise in blood pressure throughout the state has been immeasurable. The reason: there was absolutely zero definitive news regarding the status of suspended star running back Todd Gurley. So when head coach Mark Richt admitted this past Wednesday he knew from the very beginning that Gurley was going to be out for at least the Missouri and Arkansas games, it made me curious if you, the fan/student/alumni/donor, would have rested easier if Richt and company would have told you despite the countless opportunities they had to do so. So I asked Twitter.
The University of Georgia women’s tennis team will travel to Oxford, Miss., for a series of round-robin singles and doubles matches at the 2014 Ole Miss Fall Invitational today through Sunday at the Palmer/Salloum Tennis Center.
The Georgia volleyball team will travel to College Station, Texas for a match against the No. 24 Texas A&M Aggies today at 7 p.m., before heading to Baton Rouge, La., to battle the LSU Tigers on Sunday, Oct. 26 at 2 p.m. Georgia heads into the weekend with an overall record of 10-9 that includes a 2-5 mark in the Southeastern Conference. Texas A&M enters the weekend with a 12-6 season record, including 4-3 in the SEC, while LSU is 10-7 overall and 5-3 in the SEC.
Come join Bulldawg Illustrated’s Matt Maddux and Heath Holland over the next hour for the latest Dawg Snacks recruiting updates for the Georgia Bulldogs. The Bulldogs currently have 22 commits overall and lead for some big time prospects in the 2015 and 2016 classes. We are here to bring you more Dawg Snacks on what to expect over the next few months.
University of Georgia head coach Mark Richt met with the media on Wednesday, where he opened up more than ever on the Todd Gurley eligibility situation.