ATHENS, Ga. - Here are three Georgia players who earned helmet stickers with their outstanding performances in Saturday's 45-6 win against Appalachian State. Rantavious Wooten: Although Georgia's offense struggled early, senior receiver Wooten delivered one of the top performances of his career.
about 311 days ago | David Ching | Georgia Bulldogs
Here are five matchups to watch when Florida has the ball in Saturday's game in Jacksonville: Florida's running game vs. Georgia's front seven: This is perhaps the most important matchup on this side of the ball.
Though Florida and Georgia have agreed not to host visitors for their annual showdown in Jacksonville, Fla., the game still remains as one of the most attractive games in the country for recruits to watch.
about 321 days ago | Derek Tyson and Gerry Hamilton | NCF On The Trail
ATHENS, Ga. -- Brendan Douglas has been the hurdler and the hurdlee, so he has firsthand knowledge of the embarrassment that accompanies an opponent leaping directly over you. The thing is, the Georgia tailback still isn't sure what he should have done when teammate Jordan Jenkins hurdled his attempted block during the Bulldogs' second preseason scrimmage.
about 328 days ago | David Ching | Georgia Bulldogs
ATHENS, Ga. -- One of the difficulties Georgia's freshmen-loaded secondary has experienced this season is reading what an opponent is attempting to accomplish and reacting quickly enough to make the necessary play.
about 329 days ago | David Ching | Georgia Bulldogs
Georgia's players probably don't expect much individual recognition today after Saturday's crushing 31-27 loss to Vanderbilt, but here are three Bulldogs who performed well enough to win: Shaq Wiggins: A lack of turnovers has been a major issue for Georgia's defense this season, but freshman cornerback Wiggins provided an enormous boost when he quickly diagnosed a Vanderbilt trick play, intercepted an Austyn Carta-Samuels pass and returned the pick 39 yards for a touchdown.
about 332 days ago | David Ching | Georgia Bulldogs
The SEC has always been known for defense, but through the early part of this season, the stats would say otherwise. Whether it was the shootout between Georgia and South Carolina or the one down in College Station between Alabama and Texas A&M, there have been more points scored across the league.
Now that you've seen where all the SEC linebacker units rank, let's check to see who the top 10 linebackers entering the 2013 season are. This had to be one of the toughest lists to come up with, but here goes nothing: 1.
In order to make a stand in the SEC, you have to have a strong front seven. It starts with a stout defensive line, but don't forget about those cats behind that front line. Linebackers need love, too: 1.