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Evaluating the Falcons Season Following Loss to Green Bay

Published on: 16th January, 2011

About a week ago I was pretty convinced I had discovered the formula for success in winning NFL games. Despite not always making it look pretty, the Atlanta Falcons won 13 games because they simply knew how to control the clock. Ball control. That was the key, according to me. Atlanta did ...

Georgia-Kentucky: Dawgs Must Prove Turnaround in Lexington

Published on: 20th October, 2010

It's been a feel-good couple of weeks for Georgia football fans. A couple of sun-shining home games resulted in the destruction of the state of Tennessee, with Georgia defeating the Vols 41-14 and Vanderbilt 43-0. This Georgia team has recently looked even better than the team we expected coming into the ...

Dear Georgia Bulldog Faithful: Fan Up

Published on: 5th October, 2010

When I woke up Monday morning I had a decision to make. The decision existed in the form of five hats that hang on a rack next to my bed. I am a hat person. I am also, obviously, a sports person. Unsurprisingly my hat collection consists only of team caps.  I ...

Georgia Football: 10 Things UGA Can Do To Salvage The Season

Published on: 20th September, 2010

The Georgia Bulldogs aren't sitting pretty right now in the race for the SEC East crown. UGA is just 1-2, and 0-2 in the conference. The start is the worst record Georgia has had, three games in, under Mark Richt, and many fans are griping and complaining. And rightfully so, to ...

Murray Composed, But Lattimore, South Carolina Prove SEC Worth

Published on: 11th September, 2010

Georgia fans have reasons to be optimistic. I really don't know of a better way to begin this article. It's sounds foolish, doesn't it? Georgia just lost their SEC opener, 17-6, to Steve Spurrier and the South Carolina Gamecocks. The offense failed to score a touchdown and the defense was manhandled ...

2010 Georgia Football Forecast: Year of Resiliency for Dawgs

Published on: 22nd July, 2010

This summer couldn't have put a darker cloud over the Georgia football program. While the blue-collar, excessively quiet ACC champs to the west are priming for another run, Georgia's football program and athletics department has been under fire. Tech fans on internet boards couldn't be thriving more off the allegations of ...

Silver Britches and Black Threads: Georgia Intending to End Uniform Chatter

Published on: 24th June, 2010

Notice something different in the above photo? You probably don't, but the truth is it's shining right in front of you. While even the most die hard fans probably didn't even notice, Georgia's britches in the 2010 spring G-Day game were different. They were silver. That's right, Georgia's patented silver britches actually ...

Conference Realignment: NCAA Should Focus on Optimization Over Expansion

Published on: 13th June, 2010

I'm not a fan of all of this conference expansion talk. As a matter of fact, I was completely content with the way the NCAA was aligned before all of the musical chairs began. I even felt the BCS was getting it right. My problem is that this conference shuffle isn't ...

2005 vs. 2010: Does Georgia Have a Championship Pedigree?

Published on: 26th May, 2010

2005 was the last time Georgia was an SEC East champion. It's actually hard to believe it has been so long. Five years? At the beginning of the Richt era it appeared the Dawgs were poised to make SEC championship runs at least every other year. While the Bulldogs success has ...

Don’t Hate, Appreciate: A Georgia Fan’s Letter to the Rivals

Published on: 29th April, 2010

This feels like the worst time of the year for a southern sports fan here in Atlanta. The Hawks just lost two games on the road to some random ABA team up in Canada, or something like that. The Braves are behind the Washington "Natinals" at the bottom of their division standings. And ...

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