Category Archives: Georgia Bulldogs

Georgia Football Recruiting: Recruits Seemed to Be Impressed – Commitments Coming?


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Daniel Imatorbhebhe and Darius Slayton courtesy of @_bhex2

Daniel Imatorbhebhe and Darius Slayton courtesy of @_bhex2

As big as this Saturday was for the Bulldogs chances at the Playoffs, it may prove to have had another significant impact. Georgia hosted more big-time recruits for the Clemson game than I can ever remember, and with the intensity in Sanford Stadium being at an all-time high, and the Dawgs steamrolling the Tigers like they did, many recruits left Athens feeling pretty good about the Red & Black.

A few of them took to Twitter to share their thoughts:

Jake Reuse of Rivals.com has more here.

Michael Carvell of the AJC was able to get quotes from top recruits here.

 

Check back daily for more recruiting updates!

 

Jonathan

Georgia Football: Ticket Giveaway


We’re giving away Georgia football tickets all this week—the first drawing is tonight.

Here’s how you can become eligible:

  1. Create an iTunes login (if you don’t already have one).
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  3. Leave a 5-star review.
  4. Send us an email to DudeYouPodcast@gmail.com (or just click here) telling us the title of your review and what it said.

That’s all it takes.  We’ll read every singly 5-star review on the air on a podcast, but more importantly: We’ll give out tickets to lucky winners.

 

Georgia Football: Gurley Wins FIRST Award of the Season, Mark Richt says “Slow Your Role”, New Pups Get a Chance to Shine – Daily Dose of Dawg


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Photo courtesy of David Goldman

Photo courtesy of David Goldman

Todd Gurley Named Walter Camp National Offensive Player of the Week

After racking up 293 total yards (198 rushing, 100 on kickoff return, -5 receiving) and 4 touchdowns on what will go down as one of the greatest offensive showings in UGA history, Todd Gurley was named the National Offensive Player of the Year. Gurley’s performance, as I’m sure you saw, was absolutely phenomenal and will be one to tell your kids about.

Secsports.com has the story here, and in case you missed it, here’s the Animal in action.

Richt Still Believes This Team Has a Lot to Fix

Although pleased with his team’s performance, Mark Richt knows they still have a long way to go.

I just think we’re really young in so many ways, and there are a few veterans that understand the deal. But I don’t know how good we are, quite frankly. We had a good performance, we had one good game, and even in that one game there were some things that need to be corrected. So I’m not gonna get too excited yet.

Seth Emerson has more on this here.

 

Freshmen and New Faces Show Great Promise

There were so many great takeaways from the Dawgs’ schalacking of the Tigers on Saturday night, but one of my favorites was the showing by the freshmen and other new faces. Nick Chubb looked like an absolute train, Michel was giving his all on every play and made some great hits on kickoffs, Aaron Davis (freshman walk-on) recorded Georgia’s first turnover of the year, and a host of other guys showed us that the future looks bright.

Chip Towers of the AJC has the story here.

 

Check back daily for more Daily Dose of Dawg!

 

Jonathan

Georgia Bulldogs Football: Plays of the Week


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In case you were out last week, here are the five biggest Georgia football stories you missed:

 

5.  Ramik Wilson’s demotion is a good thing.

4.  The Clemson/Georgia Hype Video everyone needed

3.  A Huge Recruiting Weekend for the Dawgs

2.  Could Georgia have two 1,000 yard backs?

1.  Georgia Special Teams Coach says Gurley has a “twerked” hamstring.

 

 

Other Top Stories:

 

 

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Georgia Football: SEC Championship Talk Back on the Table Thanks to Pruitt’s Defense


Todd Gurley, yes.

But that defense, though.

That was the surprise of the evening.  The first half looked like more of the same with just glimpses of improvement.  And then Pruitt did something Georgia fans aren’t used to: he made adjustments.  The defense got more aggressive.  The defense attacked deceptively and consistently.  Clemson panicked, and then went nowhere.

The individual improvements are going to come, but I don’t think anyone doubted that from a coach whose emphasis is on one-on-one instruction and fundamentals.  But it’s encouraging to see that while those improvements are processing, Pruitt is still going to find a way to put his players in the position to succeed.

This defense wasn’t a hindrance on Saturday.  That legitimizes SEC Championship talk more than any other factor.

Read more of my thoughts here.

 

That’s all I got/

Andrew

 

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