Mike Bobo held his weekly Tuesday press conference on Tuesday with the UGA media. He discussed a wide range of topics from preparing for Georgia Tech’s offense, Jonathon Rumph’s emergence and how he gets freshman not from the state of Georgia to understand the rivalry being played this weekend.
After the Georgia Bulldogs thumped Charleston Southern this past Saturday, all football thoughts transitioned to Georgia Tech coming between the hedges this weekend. However, between then and now comes one of the most important holidays of them all, especially to a 300-pound lineman or a very active young athlete: Thanksgiving.
I had the chance to ask some of the boys where they would be headed tomorrow to eat, and what they were looking most forward to stuffing their faces with besides the turkey itself. Enjoy!
Deandre Baker is 5-11/175/4.50 cornerback recruit from Northwestern High School in Miami. Deandre committed to Georgia on 11-Jun-14. His recruiters are Jeremy Pruitt and Mike Ekeler.
Buckle up. It’s time for Clean Old-Fashioned Hate. And while this game between the Bulldogs and Yellow Jackets has been absolutely dominated in favor of the Bulldogs since kids now entering high school were born, it will always make you nervous. It’s the single factor yearly that decides if you get to put up a Christmas tree in your home or not.
The Ramblin’ Wreck from Georgia Tech will be motoring between the hedges this coming Saturday and with unquestionably their finest team in years, the Yellow Jackets feel like they’re capable of defeating the Georgia Bulldogs for only the second time in Mark Richt’s 14 seasons at the UGA helm.
Damian Swann met the media on Tuesday in Athens to reflect on his time at UGA, and also talk about what it is like to prepare for Georgia Tech’s offense.
Hutson Mason met the media on Tuesday in Athens to talk a out his recent outburst of efficiency, and also reflected on his time as a Georgia Bulldog.
Chris Conley met the media on Tuesday in Athens to talk a out the state of the UGA wide receivers, and also reflect on his time as a Georgia Bulldog.
Senior Georgia softball player Paige Wilson has been selected to attend the USA Softball Women’s National Team (WNT) Selection Camp. Wilson will join 28 athletes, including Georgia’s Alex Hugo and Chelsea Wilkinson, who have accepted their invitational on the 2015 USA Softball WNT Selection Camp.
The Georgia volleyball team is set for its final week of the regular-season. The Bulldogs will travel to Oxford, Miss., to take on Ole Miss on Wednesday, Nov. 26 at 7 p.m., before returning home to host Kennesaw State in the regular-season finale on Friday, Nov. 28 at 5 p.m. The Bulldogs enter the week with an overall record of 13-16 that includes a 5-12 mark in Southeastern Conference play. Ole Miss is 21-9 on the year and 7-9 in SEC play. Kennesaw State enters the week with a 10-18 record. Fans are encouraged to get to Friday’s match early, as Georgia will honor its four seniors.
The No. 22 Georgia Lady Bulldogs topped the Georgia Southern Eagles in a 93-52 contest on Tuesday night, posting their highest scoring output since December 2012. With the win, the Lady Bulldogs improve to 432-6 when scoring 80 or more points during head coach Andy Landers’ 36 seasons at Georgia.
It’s a good week to be alive. Some of us are out of school entirely, others are taking off work a bit early to hit the road to see friends or families and the Georgia Bulldogs are rehearsing how to handle the onslaught of cut blocks the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets will bring to Sanford Stadium with them this Saturday. So before the Bulldawg Illustrated guys break for a couple days of turkey and bourbon indulgence of our own, we showed up in Athens this afternoon to catch a couple observations you may be interested in as the boys are preparing to defend their state championship.
David Andrews met the media on Tuesday in Athens to talk about his time at UGA, and how much it would mean to graduate having never lost to Georgia Tech.
Michael Bennett met the media in Athens on Tuesday to talk about his time at UGA, his nostalgia this coming Saturday and his favorite memories.
There was something different about Athens this Saturday as the Georgia Bulldogs welcomed FCS opponent Charleston Southern to Sanford Stadium. The atmosphere was a far cry from the raucousness and debauchery the same hallowed ground witnessed the week before.