I’m proud to announce that starting this coming Monday, March 8th, a new podcast will be available that covers Georgia Football recruiting from all angles, and nothing but Georgia Football recruiting each and every week. The RBU Podcast (Recruiting – Bulldawg Update), is partly a spin-off of what is produced about recruiting here on Bulldawg Illustrated, but also, it will go deeper in summarizing and analyzing the never-ceasing machine that is recruiting for the Dawgs. Every effort is going to be made to keep the podcast succinct and an entertaining listening experience. The show will be an audio-only format and I am currently working to make sure it will be available (eventually, if not Monday morning) on not only YouTube but also across all your favorite podcast apps and websites.
Tune in Monday morning to the Bulldawg Illustrated YouTube channel and, or Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcast, and others, to hear the first episode. The main topic? WHY VANDAGRIFF/STOCKTON IS MUCH DIFFERENT THAT FROMM/FIELDS. In addition to that, each and every week the show will highlight recent offers by the Dawgs, interesting developments in the recruiting landscape such as transfers and coaching staff shakeups, commitment watch and official predictions, and even insight from a guest in the know such as high school coaches, prospects themselves, talent evaluators/scouts and more. However you listen, we hope you’ll like, subscribe, and leave a positive review if you feel it’s been earned.
Make sure to follow the RBU Podcast on Twitter. Enjoy the little teaser from the show’s account below and remember, RECRUITING NEVER STOPS! So all the better reason to chop it up on Dawg recruiting each and every week.
Monday (March 8th)… It's the debut of the RBU Podcast! Follow for more details and retweet to share with followers of Georgia Football recruiting everywhere. What prospects of today with become the legends of tomorrow? @BD_illustrated #Bo22Moves #GoDawgs #UGA #Recruiting #RBU pic.twitter.com/KMwSBWpnvU— RBU Podcast (@PodcastRbu) March 5, 2021