ATHENS, Ga. -- With the spring camp over and the spring evaluation period underway, this seems as good a time as any to reopen the DawgNation Mailbag. We missed two weeks with the release of the ESPN 150 rankings and all the fireworks last week with the commitments of Sony Michel and Jeb Blazevich so let us get back to your burning questions.
about 219 days ago | Radi Nabulsi | Georgia Bulldogs
Editor’s note: Over the next two weeks, we’ll take a closer look at each of Georgia’s position groups at the end of spring practice. Today we examine the wide receivers: Returning players/stats: Malcolm Mitchell, Jr.
about 234 days ago | David Ching | Georgia Bulldogs
Editor’s note: Each day this week, we’ll ask a question that Georgia’s football team faces this spring as it moves toward the 2013 season. Today’s question: How many of the Bulldogs’ 13 midyear enrollees will play this fall?
about 276 days ago | David Ching | Georgia Bulldogs
A wrapup of Georgia's signing day reveals that while the Bulldogs missed out on some key targets late in the cycle, the 32-man class is nonetheless bursting with game-ready talent for a team that essentially will reload for the 2013 season.
ATHENS, Ga. -- To this point, no decommitment has resonated more loudly during Mark Richt’s Georgia tenure than when Da’Rick Rogers flipped from the Bulldogs to Tennessee just before national signing day in 2010.
about 309 days ago | David Ching | NCF On The Trail
ATHENS, Ga. -- With national signing day exactly two weeks from today, DawgNation looks ahead to what Georgia has coming and who the Bulldogs still need, and why. Team needs: Georgia has a number of holes to fill, considering the defense is losing 10 players who started last season.
about 317 days ago | Radi Nabulsi | NCF On The Trail
There were several commitments over the weekend out of the Peach State, but the news that could have the biggest impact on 2013 comes from Palmetto State standout and ESPN 150 athlete Tramel Terry (Goose Creek, S.
about 354 days ago | Kipp Adams | NCF On The Trail
SPARTANBURG, S.C. -- Georgia commit Tramel Terry, the 56th-overall prospect and 6th-ranked athlete in the ESPN 150, was carted off the field at The Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas shortly before halftime.
about 356 days ago | Miller Safrit | NCF On The Trail