Georgia Bulldogs who can step up and give starters a rest vs. Troy

Georgia Bulldogs who can step up and give starters a rest vs. Troy

The Georgia Bulldogs opened the season with two Top 25 opponents, the Clemson Tigers and South Carolina Gamecocks.

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They came out of those first two games with a 1-1 record.

Given the changes the Bulldogs saw during the offseason in both personnel and coaches, it could have been worse…a lot worse.

Now the Dawgs return home for a non-conference opponent from a…

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Georgia Bulldogs Game 3 Preview: Troy Trojans

Georgia Bulldogs Game 3 Preview: Troy Trojans

The third game of the Georgia Bulldogs football season has the Dawgs welcoming an unfamiliar non-conference opponent, the Troy Trojans, to Sanford Stadium. While this isn’t a Power-5 game, the Bulldogs shouldn’t breathe easy.

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Date: 9/20/2014
Kickoff Time: 12 pm
Venue: Sanford Stadium – Athens, Ga.
Series Record: Georgia 1-0
Last Meeting: Georgia 44, Troy 34 (Sanford Stadium, 2007)
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Flea Flicker turned the Georgia Bulldogs around with an official’s bad call

Flea Flicker turned the Georgia Bulldogs around with an official’s bad call

The hailstorm of Bulldog complaints continues over the disastrous events of Saturday.

Disastrous.

Disastrous play calling. Disastrous defense.

Disastrous officiating and a disastrous spot and measurement.

The spot and measure – the Bulldog Nation will talk about “the spot” for while.

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Referee errors have been a part of football since the introduction of referees. Like the bounce…

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Georgia Bulldog soccer, equestrian, and tennis teams bring some sunshine

Georgia Bulldog soccer, equestrian, and tennis teams bring some sunshine

There was some sunshine during a stormy football weekend for Dawg fans as the Georgia Bulldog soccer, equestrian, and tennis teams continue to excel.

Soccer

The Georgia soccerteam (5-1-1, 0-0-1 SEC) rode into the number 24 spot in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) weekly poll on the wave of a four-game winning streak. The streak included three consecutive shutouts and it…

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Nicolas Fink and Morgan Justiss receive Joel Eaves Scholar Athlete Award

Nicolas Fink and Morgan Justiss receive Joel Eaves Scholar Athlete Award

University of Georgia swimmer Nicolas Fink and equestrian rider Morgan Justiss are the recipients of the 2014-15 Joel Eaves Scholar Athlete Award.

Fink, a native of Morristown, N.J., has a 3.77 GPA in Agricultural Engineering, earning a place on the SEC Academic Honor Roll each of his first three seasons at Georgia. He is a swimming and diving representative to the Student-Athlete Advisory…

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5 Reasons the Georgia Bulldog Nation should or should not panic

5 Reasons the Georgia Bulldog Nation should or should not panic

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It’s inevitable. Not just with the Georgia Bulldog Nation, but with any major program that lives under the constant scrutiny of fans and the media.

Lose a game – push the panic button.

Georgia lost their conference opener to South Carolina last weekend, and you’d think the zombie apocalypse was underway in Athens.

Hold the phone, pump the brakes, throw up the stop…

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Dawg Freshman Wayne Montgomery wins Southern Intercollegiate Tennis Championships

Dawg Freshman Wayne Montgomery wins Southern Intercollegiate Tennis Championships

Georgia freshman Wayne Montgomery defeated Oklahoma’s Alex Ghilea, 6-1, 3-6, 6-2, to win the Southern Intercollegiate Championships Division I singles title Monday morning at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex.  Montgomery employed a ferocious comeback to defeat the third ranked collegiate player in America, Oklahoma’s Axel Alvarez Llamas, 1-6, 6-0, 6-3, in the semi-finals.

Montgomery spoke to Georgia…

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Observations from the Cheap Seats: Georgia at South Carolina

Observations from the Cheap Seats: Georgia at South Carolina

Normally I would have these astute observations about Georgia at South Carolina up late Saturday night or Sunday morning, but given the overall sports weekend, I slept through Sunday. It just wasn’t even worth leaving the house. So here it is on Monday, and if you look outside, Mother Nature must be a Dawg, Braves, or Saints fan like me.

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Overall Impressions of the Game

Just…

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Georgia running back Nick Chubb undergoes thumb surgery

Georgia running back Nick Chubb undergoes thumb surgery

Georgia reserve running back Nick Chubb had surgery on his left thumb Monday at St. Mary’s Hospital according to the Atlanta Journal – Constitution. Chubb had screws inserted to repair a left thumb fracture and could miss more than one game.

Chip Towersof the Atlanta Journal – Constitution spoke to Chubb’s, mother, Lavelle Chubb, about his recovery and playing status. “He’s doing good; he’s just…

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Georgia Football: Mark Richt asking for review by SEC on two key plays

Georgia Football: Mark Richt asking for review by SEC on two key plays

It’s hard to find any game in any sport which doesn’t have some sort of controversial call involving the officials, but this past week’s Georgia football game against South Carolina had more than its share, and Mark Richt wants some answers.

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According to the Athens Banner-Herald, coach Richt is sending tapes of two particular plays to the SEC offices for review, asking for…

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