Monday, November 22, 2010

Tech week

Let me start off by saying that I hate tech just like everyone else and then some. Nothing makes me happier than stomping their asses and knowing we are winners of the state for another year. Has it been a down year? Yes it has, but that doesn't mean I don't want to destroy the maggots.

I wonder how our defense will respond and prepare for the option under CTG? I'm guessing CTG doesn't have too much experience setting a game plan for that garbage they run. It's known that stopping the option is done by playing flawless assignment football, well ask Houston how well we have played assignment football...

Not to mention this is a rivalry game and you see some crazy plays in big games like this. Am I worried? Nah, I'm just saying what has crossed my mind.

Tech has one of the worst defenses in CFB, period. Just last week they gave up 334 yards in the air and 109 on the ground to DUKE. Do I think they were looking ahead, absolutely. Do I think it will make a difference? Absolutely not.

Tech leads CFB is rushing yards per game at something over 300 YPG but I am too lazy to look up the exact number but I know it's a lot. I don't think Murray and Co. will have a hard time moving the football and I do love moving the ball through the air but there is nothing I like more than to beat a team at what they do best. Honestly, I would rather see us run it down their throat for 60 minutes! With that said, I will take any win, I just like to be greedy when it comes to beating them. How great will it be for us to run up about 300 yards rushing with Crowell in the stands? It would be perfect.

I can see it now as the score board flashes Georgia 45 - Away 23, the field covered in red, players celebrating and dancing in front of the hedges, Sanford stadium at a climax all while CPJ slowly walks off the field with his head down - I live for that, I hate that man - I hate tech - I hate georgia tech.

I mentioned earlier that Crowell will be at the game, see below for the list of other vistitors. A very impressive list I must say!

2011 Butler QB Christian LeMay (UGA Commit)
2012 Wayne County QB Greyson Lambert
2011 Carver-Columbus RB Isaiah Crowell
2011 Troup RB Quan Bray
2011 Grady RB Marcus Caffey
2012 Millbrook RB Keith Marshall
2012 Armwood RB Matt Jones
2012 Columbia RB Kenno Loyal
2011 North Paulding WR Chris Conley (UGA Commit)
2011 Washington WR Zack Witchett (UGA Commit)
2011 Lee County WR Sanford Seay
2012 North Hall WR C.J. Curry (UGA Commit)
2012 Westlake WR Carnell Boyd
2013 Butler WR Uriah LeMay
2011 Valdosta TE Jay Rome
2012 Carrollton TE Zack Gordon
2011 Valdosta ATH Malcolm Mitchell
2012 Callaway ATH Ricky Parks
2011 Union City (NJ) OT Josue Matias (official visit)
2011 East Paulding OT Taylor Gadbois
2012 Bolles OT John Theus
2011 Cullman OL Spencer Region
2011 Briarcrest Christian OG Hunter Long (UGA Commit)
2011 Wesleyan OC David Andrews (UGA Commit)
2011 Bolles OC/LS Nathan Theus (UGA Commit)
2011 Spalding NG Chris Mayes (UGA Commit)
2011 Carver-Columbus DT Gabe Wright
2012 Jenkins County DT Johnathan Taylor
2012 Woodward Academy DL Jordan Watkins
2011 East Hall DE Sterling Bailey (UGA Commit)
2012 Harris County DE Jordan Jenkins
2012 Pierce County DE Quayvon Hicks
2012 Jenkins County DE James DeLoach
2012 Valdosta DE MIchael Wakefield
2011 Griffin LB Xzavier Dickson (possible official)
2011 North Clayton LB Amarlo Herrera (UGA Commit)
2012 Tucker LB Jacob Sealand
2013 Troup LB Reuben Foster
2011 Grady CB Damian Swann
2012 St. Pius CB Geno Smith
2012 Carrollton CB Jonathan Jones
2013 North Hall CB Darius Curry
2011 Griffin S Corey Moore (UGA Commit)
2011 Tucker S Chris Sanders (UGA Commit)
2011Griffin SS Corey Moore (UGA Commit)
2012 Carver-Columbus CB/S Deion Bonner
2012 Duluth ATH Anfernee Stewart

By the way, this list of visitors came straight from I highly recommend becoming a member.

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Friday, September 10, 2010

UGA vs USCjr: The way I see it

This is the way I see this game going down...

The first quarter is going to be HUGE! Georgia needs to come in to William Bryce and fight off the crowd...
We need to come in and run the ball - run it with authority and keep the SC offense off the field. Of course, I would like to do this the whole game, but the first quarter will be the most crucial IMO. Personally I wouldn't mind seeing any points in the first quarter, whatever we can do to kill the crowd...

Obviously, if we run the ball the way we should, this will open up the play action for AM and we can continue to pound their thin OL.

After half time, I think it will be all dawgs! Bobo will grow a pair and get Wooten or B.Smith out in space to give us a quick strike for 7. Grantham goes wild on the sidelines and our defense rises up with some big stops. I'm going to call a big time return out of B.Smith in the second half to set up another score. This lead will not be given away, our defense FINISHES the chickens off in style in the fourth quarter with some bone crushing sacks against Garcia!

I'm going to guess that Spurrier's visor has some grass stains on it come the end of the game and of course he'll be sporting that disappointed clown face he wears so well.

Dawgs bring back a W Saturday night! DAWGS 23 Chickens 13


Tuesday, September 7, 2010

CMR mic'd up

Click here to take a look at CMR in action at practice

from the game

Monday, September 6, 2010

Game 1 vs ULL

I must say I was impressed on Saturday with a 55-7 win over ULL!!

It wasn't the win or the points scored, it was what we gave up...

We ONLY had one turnover (fluke interception)
We ONLY allowed 128 total yards (60 of those yards came from one play)

I thought A. Murray looked good, he made good decisions, he passed accurately, etc.
As of Saturday he did exactly what he needed to do.

It's hard to go through and say we did this right and this wrong from my own opinion. Truthfully, I thought the whole damn game was badass! To bring in a new defensive scheme, work in a new qb and play without our leading rusher and wide receiver from last and still look that impressive - STRONG in my opinion!

With that said, what we saw Saturday was very generic.

We saw the same rushing formations, the same wide receiver sets and a defense that didn't really rush the passer that much. Come this Saturday, we should see a lot more...

I am actually going to do a pre-game write up before the South Carolina game! I know, I haven't been very active lately with my blog..apologies.

Just to throw this out there, I loved the game. I LOVED Grantham raising hell on the sidelines. I think this team needs that, I think it is exactly what has lacked since BVG left.

In my opinion the best two play sequence was this..

Sanders Commings picks off a pass (which was an extremely good play - he stayed with the ball for 5 yards) and he curls around to run the other way, is just about to get tackled and Shawn Williams LEVELS the WR that was behind him!! FANTASTIC!
Next play from scrimmage, Munzenmaier absolutely runs a Rajun Cajun over!
I just loved the two plays in a row that were that physical, it was just great to see!

I've got to throw a shout out to Christian Robinson as well, HELLUVA game!

Friday, June 25, 2010

Good Read and a chiller video

So I don't have too much to report on the Dawgs today. Since my last post, we have picked up to "war daddies" (if you are a fan of then you know the verbage).

The Dawgs got verbal commits from

OL Watts Dantzler


OL Hunter Long

I was happy to see both of these fine young men make a verbal pledge to play between the hedges.

Still on recruiting news, there was some info that came out on Justin Garrett the ILB from Tucker. I thought Garrett was all Dawg honestly but after reading on him, I am definitely not getting that vibe - disappointed.

Also, Ray Drew made some rounds this past weekend. He visited UF and FSU, both for a short time. Sounds like to me that Drew knows where he wants to go but is trying to assure himself by going to other schools. I feel that Drew will sign with UGA. By taking these visits it gives him the assurance that he did do his homework. Great news for UGA if this is the case.

Now I am no Nick Saban fan but I did see this article about ol'nicky and I must say, IT IS IMPRESSIVE.

Anyone watched the world cup? I haven't been able to keep up with it too much either, but I was streaming it at work when Donnovan made the goal after the 90 minute mark to move the US to the next round - Incredible!
If you haven't see this video, it is a must watch, trust me, it will make your day!

Monday, June 14, 2010

Recruiting Update -

Ok, so I have been very slack trying to keep up this spring with what is going on. I do apologize for the neglect.
Let it be known that this neglect has nothing to do with my lack of excitement for the 2010 season. I have a lot of great things to post coming up after I get married in July. HOPEFULLY after that I can get back in the groove up posting the way I should.

Below is a list of the UGA verbal commits so far for 2011.

QB - Christian LeMay 6-2/200/4.59 Matthews, NC

WR - Justin Scott-Wesley 6-1/210/4.4 Camilla, GA

WR - Chris Conley 6-3/180/4.5 Dallas, GA

WR - Zach Witchett 6-0/185/4.43 Atlanta, GA

Center - David Andrews 6-2/275/- Norcross, GA

DE - Sterling Bailey 6-5/260/4.7 Gainesville, GA

ILB - Amarlo Herrera 6-1/224/4.74 College Park, GA

S - Corey Moore 6-1/195/4.6 Griffin, GA

ATH - Nick Marshall 6-2/185/- Rochelle, GA

ATH - Devin Bowman 6-0/175/4.49 Rossville, GA

ATH - Chris Sanders 6-1/185/- Tucker, GA

(In the picture from left to right: Moore, Conley, Bailey, and Herrera)

As soon as there is any additions to the list I will update again.

Something I would like to touch on is the conference changes or the potential of the SEC changing or expanding.

I have purposely not posted about this and there is two reasons for this.

#1 - I do not like the idea at all.

#2 - There is way too much speculation going on for me to even come close to accurately painting an SEC future picture. I will continue to not post about the expansion until I know what is going on and more than likely I will not like an expanding unless we brought in Texas and Oklahoma. I don't think it will happen though.

I hope to have some exciting recruiting news soon!

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Recruiting Wish List for 2011

QB: Christian LeMay (Georgia)

RB: Isaiah Crowell (Undecided)

WR: Chris Conley (Georgia)
Zach Witchett (Undecided)
Justin Scott-Wesley (Georgia)
Charone Peake (Undecided)

TE: Jay Rome (Undecided)

OT: Xzavier Ward (Undecided)
Watts Dantzler (Undecided)
Brandon Shell (Undecided)

Center: David Andrews (Georgia)

DE: Ray Drew (Undecided)
Sterling Bailey (Georgia)
Xzavier Dickson (Undecided)
Stephon Tuitt (Undecided)

LB: James Vaughters (Undecided)
Amarlo Herrera (Georgia)
Shannon Brown (Alabama)

Tony Steward (Undecided)
Justin Garrett (Undecided)

Safety: Malcolm Mitchell (Undecided)
Corey Moore (Georgia)

James Wilder Jr. (Undecided)
Damian Swann (Undecided)
Devin Bowman (Georgia)
Chris Sanders (Georgia)

DT: Gabriel Wright (Undecided)
Lonnie Gosha (Undecided)
Terry Bell (Undecided)
Chris Mayes (Undecided)

Obviously there is more prospects listed here than Georgia can take in 2011 but this is the list that I think we can sign. There is not one name on this list that I don't think Georgia has a shot with. Notice that I put Shannon Brown down on the list, I really think Georgia has a chance to steal him from Bama.

The others that might be an issue to draw in will be James Wilder Jr, Tony Steward, Charone Peake and James Vaughters.

As of now, I think Wilder is a Gator.

Steward is a Nole.

Peake is a Gamecock.

Vaughters is a Buckeye.

Thursday, April 29, 2010

Walk-on quarterbacks - Who are they?

Logan Gray has a decision to make - will he stay and compete at the University of Georgia or will he try to transfer for a better opportunity?

AT this point it's a waiting game for the coaches, the players and all of the red and black followers.

At this point the football team has two scholarship quarterbacks on campus - Logan and Aaron. This summer, Hutson Mason will enroll and be ready to compete.

Behind the scholarship quarterbacks are two walk-ons

Parker Welch
Wayne County
6'3 215 lbs


Greg Bingham
Columbus, Ga
6'4 220 lbs

I think these guys need to be recognized. I don't have very much information about them but they chose to walk on at the University of Georgia and I am happy to have them. Truth is, if Logan does leave, you could be seeing a lot more of them soon.

Thursday, April 22, 2010

Spring Depth Chart released

The UGA football spring depth was released today...

#1 Quarterback is Aaron Murray

In my opinion there was not any surprises. I will tell anyone what they want to know about the depth chart. I will also try to publish later.

My biggest disappointment is Marlon Brown still behind T. King and C. Durham. I'm pulling for Marlon to get healthy and turn it around before fall!

I will answer any questions about the depth chart just ask...


12 Tavarres King (6-1, 180, RSo.)
16 Kris Durham (6-5, 209, Sr.)
15 Marlon Brown (6-5, 200, So.)
25 Rhett McGowan (6-0, 182, RFr.)
23 Greg Lanier (6-1, 185, RFr.)

60 Clint Boling (6-5, 304, Sr.)
67 Jonathan Owens (6-4, 294, RSo.)

71 Cordy Glenn (6-5, 328, Jr.)
64 Dallas Lee (6-4, 296, RFr.)
65 John Bodin (6-6, 300, RSo.)

61 Ben Jones (6-3, 300, Jr..)
68 Chris Burnette (6-2, 290, RFr.)
58 Ben Reynolds (6-2, 245, RFr.)

63 Chris Davis (6-4, 295, Sr.)
76 Ben Harden (6-3, 300, Jr.)
55 Josh Parrish (6-4, 290, RFr.)

78 Josh Davis (6-6, 300, Sr.)
66 Kolton Houston (6-5, 270, Fr.)

7 Orson Charles (6-3, 230, So.)
81 Aron White (6-4, 236, Jr.)
89 Bruce Figgins (6-4, 260, Jr.)
88 Arthur Lynch (6-5, 250, So.)
86 Derek Rich (6-5, 245, Sr.)

11 Aaron Murray (6-1, 206, RFr.)
6 Logan Gray (6-2, 192, Jr.)

49 Shaun Chapas (6-2, 245, Sr.)
43 Kevin Lanier (5-11, 209, RSo.)
39 Dustin Royston (5-11, 230, RFr.)
43 Charles White (6-1, 224, Jr.)
44 Josh Sailors (5-9, 225, Jr.)
22 Matt Sweat (5-11, 231, So.)
31 Chris Young (6-5, 215, Fr.)

3 Washaun Ealey (5-11, 205, So.)
30 Carlton Thomas (5-7, 180, RSo.
27 Dontavius Jackson (5-10, 205, RSo.)
45 Brian Brewer (5-10, 215, Sr.)
36 Wes Van Dyk (6-0, 208, Jr.)
29 Alex Parsons (5-9, 215, Jr.)

8 A.J. Green (6-4, 207, Jr.)
17 Rantavious Wooten (5-10, 170, So.)
3 Taylor Bradberry (6-3, 197, RSo.)
87 Brandon Harton (5-5, 170, Fr.)

48 Fred Munzenmaier (6-2, 240, Sr.)
4 Caleb King (5-11, 210, Jr.)
27 Cameron Allen (6-1, 209, RSo.)
70 A.J. Harmon (6-5, 310, RSo.)
77 Trinton Sturdivant (6-5, 306, Jr.)
73 Austin Long (6-5, 295, RFr.)
54 Tanner Strickland (6-5, 328, Jr.)
36 Cortney Newmans (5-9, 219, Jr.)
28 Israel Troupe (6-1, 215, Jr.)
19 Craig Sager (6-2, 209, Sr.)

93 Abry Jones (6-3, 290, So.)
97 Brandon Wood (6-1, 286, Sr.)
85 Derrick Lott (6-4, 295, RFr.)

94 DeAngelo Tyson (6-2, 294, Jr.)
99 Kwame Geathers (6-6, 326, RFr.)

58 Demarcus Dobbs (6-2, 274, Sr.)
74 Kiante Tripp (6-6, 275, Sr.)

83 Cornelius Washington (6-4, 248, RSo.)
50 Darryl Gamble (6-2, 250, Sr.)
33 Chase Vasser (6-3, 215, RFr.)

42 Justin Houston (6-3, 259, Jr.)
95 Reuben Faloughi (6-5, 232, RFr.)

51 Akeem Dent (6-2, 233, Sr.)
35 Mike Gilliard (6-2, 200, So.)
37 Akeem Hebron (6-1, 223, Sr.)


45 Christian Robinson (6-2, 216, RSo.)
38 Marcus Dowtin (6-2, 220, Jr.)
22 Richard Samuel, 6-2, 222, Jr.)

2 Brandon Boykin (5-10, 185, Jr.)
1 Branden Smith (5-11, 175, So.)
47 Chad Gloer (5-10, 193, Sr.)

39 Nick Williams (6-2, 219, Jr.)
31 Quintin Banks (6-2, 213, Sr.)
36 Shawn Williams (6-1, 195, So.)

18 Bacarri Rambo (6-0, 210, RSo.)
23 Jakar Hamilton (6-2, 196, Jr.)

25 Vance Cuff (5-11, 177, Sr.)
19 Sanders Commings (6-2, 214, RSo.)
10 Jordan Love (6-0, 185, RFr.)

79 Justin Anderson (6-5, 330, Jr.)
53 Jeremy Longo (6-3, 255, RSo.)

13 Drew Butler (6-2, 203, Jr.)
57 Blair Walsh (5-10, 185, Jr.)
99 Jamie Lindley (5-11, 168, Jr.)

57 Blair Walsh (5-10, 185, Jr.)
30 Brandon Bogotay (6-3, 200, Jr.)
99 Jamie Lindley (5-11, 168, Jr.)

69 Ty Frix (6-1, 206, RSo.)
86 Derek Rich (6-5, 245, Sr.)
94 Billy Johnson (6-0, 225, RSo.)

13 Drew Butler (6-2, 203, Jr

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

First round draft picks this decade

Thanks to I was able to get this....

Anyone see anything wrong with this??

Here's a breakdown of SEC first-rounders over the past decade:

Georgia -- 10

Tennessee -- 10

Florida -- 9

LSU -- 9

Arkansas -- 6

Auburn -- 6

Ole Miss -- 6

South Carolina -- 4

Alabama -- 3

Vanderbilt -- 2

Kentucky -- 1

Monday, April 19, 2010

The picture is clear

The G-Day game, just over a week ago sure did stir the Georgia QB pot. Zach Mettenberger seemed to play well and the love fest started.
Just as fast as his name came up in the QB race this week it disappeared this weekend. CMR let it be known that Zach was dismissed from the team on Saturday night.

There is a lot of whispers about reasons at this point and I will leave them at that. I believe that his dismissal is directly correlated with his arrest in Remerton, Ga but I will leave the details up to someone who has the exact facts.

With that said, the QB picture is much clearer now. We have 3 scholarship quarterbacks as of now. Of course there is Logan Gray and Aaron Murray battling it out for the starting role. This summer Hutson Mason will be on campus and should be participating in all practices.

Friday, April 9, 2010

Spring Practice Awards

As posted in the AJC...

The Coffee County Hustle Award (given to the players showing the most desire during spring drills): tailback Washaun Ealey and defensive linemen Demarcus Dobbs and DeAngelo Tyson.

MVP (offense): Glenn.

MVP (defense): outside linebacker Justin Houston.

True Grit Award (offense): fullback Shaun Chapas.

True Grit Award (defense): linebacker Akeem Dent.

Most Improved player
(offense): tailback Carlton Thomas.

Most improved player (defense): cornerbacks Vance Cuff and Brandon Boykin.

Outstanding walk-ons (offense): fullbacks Cameron Allen and Kevin Lanier.

Outstanding walk-on
(defense): outside linebacker Reuben Faloughi.

A Must Read

This article was posted on a pay site and I think it's worth posting on here. What a great read and more people should have that chance, so here it is...

"Richt continues to show he is the class of the conference."

When I write something good about someone’s actions, I’m called a homer. When I write something bad about someone’s actions, I’m called a hater.

Sometimes it’s worth the hate mail. This is one of those times.

For my money, there is no better representative of an SEC university than Georgia’s Mark Richt.

Last week, Richt bit his tongue as messageboards and call-in shows lit up with folks discussing his “renegade” program. When it was learned that several of his players had not actually been involved in harassing a married couple in an Athens taxi, Richt had an opportunity to lash out.

But rather than bark about the media or point a finger at a writer, Richt kept his cool and discussed the dangers of rushing to judgement in our instant-media world.

There were no “we’d be going at it right now” comments. No “be very careful” warnings. There was only a lesson… that sometimes the first word on an issue isn’t the correct word.

We shouldn’t be surprised by Richt’s even-keeled response. Last year his Georgia team suffered through its worst year under his leadership (which for the record was still an 8-win season that ended in a bowl victory). Midway through the year, Richt was questioned about the direction of his program. Several writers suggested that UGA football was (and is) in decline.

With two SEC titles, an average of 10 victories per season, and more success in Athens than anyone since Vince Dooley, Richt had the motivation and the ammunition to jab back.

He didn’t.

No one was banned from practice. No newspapers were cut off from all things Dawg.

In fact, when I asked him on an SEC teleconference if it was frustrating to deal with such “the-sky-is-falling” reaction, Richt took the high road. He gave an open, honest answer that could best be summed up as follows: “It’s just part of the job and I’m lucky to have the job.”

Last week, Richt had to do what is probably the least favorite part of his job ? he had to dismiss a player from his team. Montez Robinson had been in trouble before, over a number of screw-ups. But the linebacker’s third arrest in six months could not be ignored. So Richt ended his Georgia playing career.

But the story doesn’t end there.

Robinson is still in the Athens-Clarke County Jail. Having violated the terms of his probation from two previous arrests ? all three involved domestic disputes with a female Georgia student ? Robinson will have to spend at least a few more days in lock-up.

Guess who has visited him there.

“He’s just hurting,” Richt said after meeting with his former player. “He’s suffering right now. But we’re helping him understand that he can still have a bright future if from this point forward he does what he’s supposed to do, what he needs to do.”

Robinson is off his team. Richt has a program to run and nearly 100 other players to watch over. But Georgia’s head coach and some of his assistants have still taken the time to check in on and give encouragement to one that they had to leave behind.

Again, this kind of action shouldn’t surprise anyone. When linebacker Jamar Chaney was denied admission into UGA back in 2005, Richt helped convince Mississippi State’s Sylvester Croom to give Chaney a chance in Starkville.

That fall, as Georgia and State prepared to meet on the field, Chaney called Richt to thank him for his help. “We didn’t even talk about football much at all, except how he was doing,” Richt said at the time.

“It didn’t surprise me at all that Coach Richt did what he did,” Chaney said. “He’s a great man.”

Fans want undefeated seasons. The media want headlines. Richt may or may not supply enough of either to please those two camps, but he does provide something else in bunches ? class.

While Nick Saban and his disciples build moats around their programs and while Urban Meyer makes threats and shoots dirty looks, it’s good to know that there’s someone like Richt in the SEC coaching fraternity.

It’s one thing for a man to say, “I want my son to play for that man.” Many folks used to say that about Bobby Knight for gosh sakes.

But it’s far more important in the grand scheme of things for a man to say, “I want my son to BE like that man.”

Richt is human. At some point in the coming months, I’m sure he’ll do or say something out of character and I’m just as sure that this post will be jammed back into email box when he does.

That’s fine with me. Because year-in and year-out, no SEC coach shows more class, more compassion, more common decency than Mark Richt.

And, oh yeah, did I mention he wins 10 games per year?

Saturday, April 3, 2010

Scrimmage 4/3/10

The football team scrimmaged today, below are the stats:


Demarcus Dobbs: 6 tackles, 1 sack

Christian Robinson: 6 tackles, 1 sack

Derrick Lott: 5 tackles

Akeem Dent: 5 tackles

Darryl Gamble: 5 tackles

Brandon Boykin: 5 tackles, 1 interception

Vance Cuff: 1 interception


Aaron Murray: 13 of 19, 1 interception, 159 yards, 1 TD

Logan Gray: 7 of 11, 111 yards, 1 TD

Zach Mettenberger: 10 of 16, 1 interception, 126 yards, 2 TD


A.J. Green: 6 catches, 80 yards

Kris Durham: 4 catches for 74 yards, 3 TD

Israel Troupe: 4 catches for 45 yards, 1 TD


Carlton Thomas: 16 carries, 93 carries

Kevin Lanier (walk-on): 12 carries, 45 yards

Washaun Ealey: 5 carries for 6 yards (limited participation due to bruised knee)

Aaron Murray: 3 carries for 37 yards


CMR announced that he would try to provide a QB depth chart after the G-Day game.

Friday, April 2, 2010

Practice, I'm talking about practice

I must say...I love Warren Belin!

This guy really fires me up. I guess I can plug UGAsports so here goes...

They have been releasing video of the practices being held and Warren Belin is really coaching our LB's up!! He's loud, he's demanding, he's hands-on, did I mention he's loud? He's got the LB's focused on technique and if it isn't done right, they do it again. The LB's also seem to be practicing at a very high tempo.
Not that everyone else isn't pushing their guys like Belin is, I'm just sayin'

Also a notable from the practice video - Kwame Geathers looks great and yes, he is a monster! Granted, he is 6'5

As far as the offense goes, I was actually able to see some extra practice footage (not from UGAsports). And yes I did ask if I could publish the footage but was turned down, sorry everyone.

All I was able to see was a ton of reps with the QB's working on short curl routes and check downs to the RB's.
With that said, you can't really say that one QB was better than the others...

Let's just say that one of the QB's looked a lot more comfortable making the throws.

Thursday, April 1, 2010

Recruit Nugget

Just two days ago Lonnie Gosha committed to FSU. This was a huge shock to most fans and coaches because just two weeks earlier Gosha has UGA at the top of his list.

Word got out this morning that Gosha had decommitted from FSU, of course everyone thought that was an April Fool's joke...reports tonight confirmed that Gosha has indeed decommitted.

This is great news, Gosha is a monster 2011 DT that Georgia is all over. Hopefully this turns in Georgia's favor!


The Red and Black with an article on the UGA Wr's - here!

Marc Weiszer with an article on Chris Burnette - here!

Of course David Hale has a great article regarding the UGA QB battle - here!

AND a Thursday practice report from Hale - here!

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

2010 Georgia Football Schedule

To see the schedule click here

I'm not going to make any predictions just yet, but I am excited about the new defensive staff.

Todd Grantham

Scott Lakatos

Warren Belin

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

This hurts...

Georgia - woulda, coulda, shoulda...

Man to see these guys somewhere else hurts...