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Ramsey’s return?

Thu, 01 Jun 2017 12:01:48 +0000

One lasting impression from G-Day was the lack of quarterback depth. Jacob Eason and Jake Fromm played from start to finish with a few series handled by walk-on Sam Vaughn. The position was so thin that Brice Ramsey helped out in spring practice drills even after announcing his intention to transfer for his final year. […]



Why would you sign early?

Wed, 10 May 2017 11:00:25 +0000

It’s official: there will be an early signing period for football. “Early” is a generous description: we’re talking about a whole six weeks before the usual February signing date. We’ve kicked this idea around for over ten years, and for whatever reason now was the time for change. What I wrote then had to do […]



Basketball teams active in spring recruiting

Wed, 10 May 2017 10:00:14 +0000

Hoop Dawgs add two in spring signing period Mark Fox wrapped up the 2017 signing class with the addition of forward Isaac Kante from New York. The 6’8″ Kante spent the past year as a postgraduate at Putnam Science Academy in Connecticut. Kante used the postgraduate year to work on his skills and increase his […]



Bottom line says to keep the game in Jacksonville

Tue, 02 May 2017 11:09:43 +0000

Last week we learned that Jacksonville’s government has been presented with a new contract that will keep the game in place through 2021. The new deal preserves the current revenue split and sweetens the pot with a shared $2.75 million of incentives over the life of the deal. Bill King wonders what it might take […]



Why I’m hoping ESPN can continue doing what it does best

Tue, 02 May 2017 10:30:26 +0000

This is a self-centered post, so it’s worth noting first that many good journalists whose work I’ve relied on here are no longer with ESPN. The nature of journalism means that we tend to connect more with these names than we would had ESPN cut cameramen or accounting staff, but it’s an indivdually significant and […]



Potential talent drain adds urgency to 2017

Fri, 28 Apr 2017 21:17:33 +0000

It was a good night for the SEC at the NFL Draft with the #1 overall pick and a record 12 first round draft picks. Half the conference (seven teams) contributed at least one player to this haul. Of course Georgia wasn’t one of them. Seth Emerson reminds us that Georgia’s absence isn’t a bad […]



You had to bring up the 2013 Auburn game

Wed, 26 Apr 2017 21:23:31 +0000

Almost four years later and it still hurts. Bill Connelly is looking back at the games of the year for his 50 best college football teams (“best” usually meaning “most interesting” – buy the book.) 2013 Auburn is one of those teams, and you can guess what this featured game was. I agree with him […]



“We wanted to see if we could throw the ball some.”: G-Day 2017

Wed, 26 Apr 2017 17:22:50 +0000

[G-Day Stats] When a team with a healthy Nick Chubb and Sony Michel trots out Brian Herrien as its featured tailback, you knew right away that the running game wouldn’t feature much in Saturday’s scrimmage. We saw enough of #1 and #27 to reassure us that, yes, they really did come back for another season, […]



G-Day Prep: Defense

Sat, 22 Apr 2017 01:56:08 +0000

Interior: With Trenton Thompson and Roquan Smith sidelined, we’ll see deeper down the depth chart at defensive line and inside linebacker. If the offensive line is performing well and Georgia’s tailbacks are, well, Georgia’s tailbacks, those defensive units will have a tough test in stopping the run. If the first team offense struggles to run […]



G-Day Prep: Replacing the Joystick

Sat, 22 Apr 2017 01:55:17 +0000

Isaiah McKenzie will be on campus Saturday, but he’ll be a spectator at G-Day like the rest of us. The unexpected unavailability of the Human Joystick – Georgia’s only underclassman to declare for the NFL Draft – leaves big shoes to fill across the team. He was Georgia’s leading receiver in 2016, but the returning […]



G-Day Prep: OL time crunch

Sat, 22 Apr 2017 01:39:46 +0000

The offensive line took its share of the blame for the offense’s struggles in 2016, and fans will be watching G-Day for any signs of improvement up front. Reports out of practice are encouraging, but everyone would prefer to see the results for themselves. While the current unit is improving, the line was also a […]



2017 SEC Women’s Basketball Tournament Preview

Thu, 02 Mar 2017 02:18:36 +0000

This is our eleventh preview of the SEC Women’s Basketball Tournament, and it’s been interesting to watch the evolution of the conference over that time. The addition of Texas A&M had an immediate impact, and Missouri has started to make their mark. You don’t have to go back through many of our previews to find […]



What’s a preferred walk-on?

Wed, 01 Feb 2017 11:00:56 +0000

Since most of Georgia’s 2017 signing class is either already committed or waiting until Signing Day to announce, it’s been a fairly quiet couple of weeks. There have been some important visitors each of the past two weekends, but the biggest splash has come from a 2019 commitment. With the nice-to-have problem of finding enough […]



A roof over their heads

Mon, 23 Jan 2017 11:00:35 +0000

When you see this past weekend called “Georgia’s biggest remaining official visit weekend” and hear about the awful weather going on across the state, it’s a good time to let Georgia’s new IPF have its first big moment. The IPF won’t be officially dedicated until mid-February, but it’s already getting plenty of use. There were […]



A Georgia fan watches the championship game

Tue, 10 Jan 2017 22:05:44 +0000

I thought the game itself came down to two things: first was Bama failing to capitalize on Clemson turnovers. Alabama’s ability to convert turnovers into scores (often without the offense taking the field!) became the stuff of legends this year. They created two turnovers in this game – both on Clemson’s end of the field. […]