The first round of the 2022 NFL Draft ended with five Bulldogs hearing their names called. In draft order they
Things looked bleak at a point for Georgia. The Bulldogs trailed 18-13 after Alabama was able to convert on a
History is not on Georgia’s side heading into the national championship game. That will also mean nothing when it is
Oh, how a month can change the mood around a team. Despite Georgia fans feeling somewhat hopeless after another loss
No. 2 Michigan poses many problems for No. 3 Georgia’s defense, scoring just under 38 points per game this season.
The No. 1 Georgia Bulldogs are just a few days away from playing their most important game of the season
Close games have not been a common occurrence for the No. 1 Georgia Bulldogs this year. In Georgia’s 12 wins
Giving the ball to your 340-pound nose tackle on offense certainly is not a conventional football play. It also was
Georgia senior lineman Jordan Davis has been named one of six semifinalists for the 2021 Outland Trophy, given annually to
The COVID-19 pandemic has altered a lot of things that would have been normal. This includes the upcoming Senior Day
On what you have to learn and recognize at Georgia…“It is hard work. It is tough, the off-season is tough.
Forty-one years ago, in early November, Bulldog partisans were tipping their Red & Black caps to Georgia Tech, an expression
It is officially Georgia-Florida week, with the World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party set for Saturday, October 30, of course at
On being injured last year for Florida…“Florida is always a game that we look forward to and anticipate, especially after
KIRBY SMART – Smart might have the most complete team he’s ever had in his six years in Athens as
On Vanderbilt canceling last season… “I just remember preparing all week leading up to that Saturday. We were just ready