Georgia vs. Charleston Southern: Best Bets


Andrew and I made the following bets on yesterday’s DudeYouPodcast:

 

Nick Chubb Rushing Attempts - Over/Under 15

  • Palmer: Under
  • Hall: Over

 

Hutson Mason – Over/Under 160 Passing Yards

  • Palmer: Under
  • Hall: Over

 

More Passing Yards – Hutson Mason or Brice Ramsey

  • Palmer: Ramsey
  • Hall: Mason

 

Leading Receiver

  • Palmer: Jeb Blazevich
  • Hall: Malcolm Mitchell

 

Georgia Defense Points Allowed – Over/Under 6

  • Palmer: Over
  • Hall: Under

 

Special Teams – Over/Under 0.5 Point Costing Plays

  • Palmer: Over
  • Hall: Under

 

Michael Erdman – Makes a Catch

  • Palmer: No
  • Hall: Yes

 

 

Georgia Football Recruiting: ***UPDATE*** Current Commitment List and Who Else UGA Will Get


Ronnie Harrison - Photo courtesy of Scout.com

Ronnie Harrison – Photo courtesy of Scout.com

Current Commits:

Trent Thompson – ☆☆☆☆☆
Westover (Albany, GA) DT
6-4/292
Terry Godwin – ☆☆☆☆☆
Callaway (Hogansville, GA) ATH
6-0/168
Jonathan Ledbetter – ☆☆☆☆
Tucker (Tucker, GA) SDE
6-4/265
Natrez Patrick – ☆☆☆☆
Mays (Atlanta, GA) WDE
6-3/220
Chauncey Rivers – ☆☆☆☆
Stephenson (Stone Mountain, GA) WDE
6-2.5/247
Van Jefferson – ☆☆☆☆
Ravenwood (Brentwood, TN) WR
6-2.5/172
Jackson Harris – ☆☆☆☆
Columbia Central (Columbia, TN) TE
6-6/250
Jayson Stanley – ☆☆☆☆
Creekside (Fairburn, GA) WR
6-2/198
Michael Chigbu – ☆☆☆☆
Holy Cross (New Orleans, LA) WR
6-2/211
Patrick Allen – ☆☆☆☆
Franklin (Reisterstown, MD) OT
6-5/286
Michael Barnett☆☆☆☆
Woodland (Dorchester, S.C.) SDE
6-5/258
Rashad Roundtree☆☆☆☆
Lakeside (Evans, GA) S
6-1/195
Gary McCrae – ☆☆☆
Randolph Clay (Coolidge, GA) OLB
6-4/220
DeVondre Seymour – ☆☆☆
Hinds C.C. (Raymond, MS) OT
6-6/315
Deontai Williams – ☆☆☆
Trinity Christian Academy (Jacksonville, FL) S
6-0/175
Sage Hardin – ☆☆☆
Marist School (Atlanta, GA) OT
6-6/260
Shaquery Wilson – ☆☆☆
Coral Gables Senior (Miami, FL) ATH
6-3/190
Juwan Taylor – ☆☆☆
Hallandale (Hallandale, FL) ILB
6-2/200
Justin Young – ☆☆☆
Grayson (Loganville, GA) DT
6-3.5/255
Deandre Baker – ☆☆☆
Northwestern (Miami, FL) CB
5-11/175
Chris Carson – ☆☆☆
Butler C.C. (El Dorado, KS) RB
6-1/200
Quincy Vasser – ☆☆☆
Navarro College (Corsicana, TX) SDE
6-4/265
Johnathan Abram – ☆☆☆
East Marion (Columbia, MS) S
6-1/202

Will Get:

Chidi Valentine-Okeke – ☆☆☆☆
Faith Baptist Christian Academy (Ludowici, GA) OT
6-6/305
Roquan Smith – ☆☆☆☆
Macon County (Montezuma, GA) OLB
6-2/205
Donte Jackson – ☆☆☆☆
Riverdale (New Orleans, LA) ATH
5-11/175
Darius Slayton – ☆☆☆☆
Greater Atlanta Christian School (Norcross, GA) WR
6-2/182
D’Andre Walker – ☆☆☆☆
Langston Hughes (Fairburn, GA) WDE
6-2/218
Javarius Davis – ☆☆☆
Langston Hughes (Fairburn, GA) WDE
6-2/218

Good Shot At:

Josh Sweat – ☆☆☆☆☆
Oscar Smith (Chesapeake, VA) WDE
6-5/240
Justin Martin – ☆☆☆
Overton (Nashville, TN) CB
6-2/192
Albert Huggins – ☆☆☆☆
Orangeburg-Wilkinson (Orangeburg, SC) DT
6-3/279
Montavious Atkinson – ☆☆☆☆
Langston Hughes (Fairburn, GA) ILB/S
6-1/200
Adonis Thomas – ☆☆☆☆
Central Gwinnett (Lawrenceville, GA) ILB/ATH
6-3/229
Ronnie Harrison – ☆☆☆☆
Florida State University School (Tallahassee, FL) S
6-3/205
***Harrison, an Alabama commit, visited the Classic City this past weekend for the Auburn game, and he loved it. He immediately moved the Dawgs up there with Alabama, and he’s strongly considering signing a financial aid agreement with UGA which would bind the school to him, but not the other way around. Harrison also tweeted out that he’ll be visiting this week for the Charleston Southern game as well. That’s big when a kid from Florida will visit a school two weeks in a row, especially when this week is against such an inferior opponent. I’m very, very close to putting Harrison in the “Will Get” group, and I likely will next week.

Will Not Get, But Dawgs Will Be Close:

Chuma Edoga – ☆☆☆☆☆
McEachern (Powder Springs, GA) OT
6-3/276
Tarvarus McFadden – ☆☆☆☆☆
American Heritage (Fort Lauderdale, FL) CB
6-3/198
***I really thought the Dawgs had a great shot at landing McFadden, even once he committed to FSU, but after he canceled his official visit for the Auburn game, I’m calling this one over. Georgia will certainly continue to come after him hard, but I don’t see him flipping at this point.
Antonio Callaway – ☆☆☆
Booker T. Washington (Miami, FL) OT
6-1/185
Micah Abernathy – ☆☆☆☆
Greater Atlanta Christian School (Norcross, GA) CB
6-1/187

***Changes

**Rankings from 247 Sports Composite

 

Check back daily for more recruiting updates!

Jonathan

Georgia Football: A Good Laugh (At Georgia Tech’s Expense), Unlikely NBA Star Sings UGA Fight Song, 5 Keys for a UGA Victory – Daily Dose of Dawg


Photo courtesy of Business Insider

Photo courtesy of Business Insider

Naive Georgia Tech Fans

If you need a good laugh this Friday afternoon, here’s an article outlining Georgia Tech’s playoff chances. No, you did not read that wrong. The nerds from the North Avenue Trade School actually think they have a shot of getting into this year’s College Football Playoffs.

Story here.

 

Charles Barkley Sings Georgia Fight Song

Former Auburn basketball star and current TNT NBA analyst, Charles Barkley, lost a bet when Georgia beat Auburn last weekend. As a result, he had to sing, “Glory, Glory to Ole Georgia” during the show last night:

 

5 Keys for Georgia to Beat Charleston Southern

Here are Gentry Estes’ five keys for Georgia to beat Charleston Southern.

Here is my one key:

SHOW UPIf twenty-two University of Georgia football players are able to be at Sanford Stadium at 12:01, the Bulldogs will win this game handily.

If you’re a Bulldog fan, cheer the Dawgs on in their second to last home game of the year, and then get ready to sing “Rocky Top” at 7:30 when Tennessee takes on Missouri.

 

If you’re looking for a way to watch past Georgia highlights and get access to some other great content, make sure to check out The UGA Vault!

 

Check back daily for more Daily Dose of Dawg!

Jonathan 

 

Georgia Winning the SEC and Beating Charleston Southern in the Same Season for the First Time Ever!


Andrew Hall (@DudeYouCrazy on Twitter) and Daniel Palmer (dpalm66) get all kinds of serious about Charleston Southern and not talking about that team.  They make bets (because they’re fools), discuss the state of the SEC and revel in Georgia’s victory over Auburn one last time.

 

 

Be sure to download and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes here.

Stream online via Spreaker, or check it out on Stitcher Radio.

 

 

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A Speech That Will Make You Run Through A Brick Wall, The Hottest Coaches For Each Job Opening, And More


Lone Survivor 

This is not a pro Alabama post. This is a pro America post. If you haven’t heard of Marcus Lutrell then you have probably been under a rock for the past couple of years. His story is one that will make you cringe, and wonder how he is still alive. This past saturday he delivered a speech so inspiring, that it made me want to run through a brick wall. Imagine what the Crimson Tide football team would have felt like? Here is the video.

 

Pac 12 > SEC? 

For some unknown reason, coaches of opposing conferences feel the need to try to discredit the SEC. This week the coach of the Colorado Buffalos (no need to mention his name because he is irrelevant), said “the Pac-12 South is very comparable to the SEC West”. I am hoping this is typo, or by saying comparable he means that his team would go win-less in the SEC West just like they are in the Pac-12 South this year. Here is the full comments.

Hottest Jobs

Clearly, the Florida job is going to be the topic of conversation going into the offseason, but what other jobs are the hot topic? Will the new Michigan Athletic Director fire Brady Hoke? Will SMU ever be as good as they were before the death penalty? A lot of these jobs that are opening up (or might be opening up) will cause a very interesting coaching carousel. Here are the hottest jobs.

 

-Alex

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