College Football Playoff news
In what was widely considered to be a rebuilding year for the Dawgs, they met and perhaps exceeded many people’s
On Monday following the debacle versus LSU I penned an article that concluded with this final thought, “It may not
SEC Banner noted in a recent article: A strong Southern flavor dominates this year’s College Football Playoff.
SEC Champions! All Hail Georgia, I’ve waited for this moment since 2012, since 2005, since most similarly 2002,
Han Vance from Atlanta: Saturday at 4 p.m. Georgia gets a rematch with the only team to beat
Georgia is a legitimate national title contender in prime position. That was, as they say in college basketball, a
Tonight, I have to ramble again… Is this going to be like a sad 1982, where we wish
Point of clarity: once the College Football Playoff (CFP) rankings begin, the AP and Coaches polls are for all
The Georgia Bulldogs should be ranked either the number one or number two team in the country in
I will admit to having a deep-seated dislike for Notre Dame, and I got it the old-fashioned way.
It was a simpler time when you were in your right mind to cheer for all of your
Just like that, the regular season is half over. The University of Georgia Bulldogs are undefeated at 6-0
Our cool boss here at Bulldawg Illustrated, Vance Leavy, entitled the season opener print issue “Time to Unite
Watching the replay as I write to you. The 5-0 University of Georgia Bulldogs are ranked fifth in
Bill Hancock, Executive Director of the College Football Playoff (CFP), today announced that this year’s Playoff Semifinals, at
[su_spacer size=”20″] The College Football Playoff (CFP) Selection Committee met this week in preparation for the 2015 season.
[su_spacer size=”20″] The College Football Playoff (CFP) announced today that it will expand its program to offset expenses for student-athletes’
[su_spacer size=”20″] As Georgia begins Its quest in the toughest conference in the land to try and find a way