Tags » Dawgs

Clean Old Fashioned Lack Of Support

As Georgia prepares to host Georgia Tech in Athens Saturday, I have a very unpopular opinion among Dawg Nation: I don’t hate GT.

I was brought up to love my Dawgs, hate everything Orange and tolerate the Yellow Jackets. 402 more words


A Fond Farewell to Todd Gurley

This time of year often brings out the best in most of us who were raised in the South. The start of the Holiday season brings about a sense of gratitude, hope, and of course – thanks. 814 more words


Why Georgia has to beat Gonzaga on Wednesday

On Wednesday night in New York, the Georgia Bulldogs will play the Gonzaga Bulldogs inside Madison Square Garden as part of the preseason NIT.  This game represents an opportunity for both teams to secure an out of conference win against a worthy opponent.   542 more words


Dawgs win third straight game, silence Owls

Seniors Marcus Thornton and Nemanja Djurisic continued their strong play from Friday night’s contest – a game in which they each of scored 17 points – against the Owls of Florida Atlantic on Sunday.   378 more words


Remembering my Dawg days

I was scheduled to attend Saturday’s University of Washington vs. Oregon State game but circumstances prevented that. The thought of attending the game took me back to my playing days at UW. 231 more words

Dawgs Pass Non-Conference Test With Flying Colors, 55-9

ATHENS, Ga. — Georgia scored two touchdowns on its first three snaps, including an 83-yard touchdown run by Nick Chubb, and the Bulldogs (No. 10 CFP, No. 455 more words


Dawgs win second game in a row, improving to 2-1

On Friday night, the Georgia Bulldogs made the Troy Trojans look every bit the part of a team that was projected to finish near the bottom of the Sun Belt Conference this season.   323 more words