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Release Day for The Slave-Traders Letter Book! by Jim Jordan ( University of Georgia Press) Congratulations!

In 1858 Savannah businessman Charles Lamar, in violation of U.S. law, organized the shipment of hundreds of Africans on the luxury yacht Wanderer to Jekyll Island, Georgia. 365 more words


Georgia falls to South Carolina 64-57, making them 0-2 on the week

This week was a forgettable one for the UGA basketball program that is now 11-5 overall and 2-3 in the SEC.  Today’s loss in front of a sold-out crowd was a tough one for UGA fans to absorb.   1,183 more words


UGA basketball by the numbers

Below is a collection of defensive and offensive statistics that Georgia has accumulated so far this season.  They may or may not paint a picture of this team.   358 more words


Missouri drills Georgia 68-56 in Columbia

The Georgia Bulldogs (11-4, 2-2 SEC) offense took the night off in Columbia last night against the Missouri Tigers.  The Dawgs’ man defense was strong for the first 20 minutes as they stayed in front of Mizzou and limited the Tigers to just one shot (most of the time).   737 more words


Mark Owens' 10 Min. Tailgate Tour Ep. 057: DON'T HANG YOUR HEAD DAWG NA

Mark is back with a painful episode of the 10 Min. Tailgate Tour. We have a full recap of the National Championship including the crowds, the weather, the traffic and more. 35 more words


Alabama Vs. Georgia: Did it Bang?

The national championship game: Did it Bang?

In short, no. Fuck no. It did not bang. At all. I’ve loved the Georgia Bulldawgs my entire life. 1,152 more words

Georgia fans in Augusta were on edge throughout title tilt

By Leeroy Francis |
Staff writer

Finally, the much-anticipated national championship college football game was played in Atlanta on Monday, Jan. 8, when the University of Georgia Bulldogs played the University of Alabama Crimson Tide at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium. 815 more words