Alex Scarborough with the off-season troll: Tennessee, which Georgia beat 38-12 last season, don't discount the motivation that loss will provide Jeremy Pruitt's upstart Vols, who return their starting quarterback Jarrett Guarantano. So Scarborough believes that Tennessee is Georgia's biggest threat despite Kirby coming off a bye week, and he believes this because A. Tennessee will be … Continue reading ESPN has to be trolling
This should have happened years ago, but late would be better than never. -CB
Seth Emerson shared a scheduling proposal $$ where divisions are done away with and every team keeps four permanent rivals. Given the eight game SEC schedule that would leave four games to rotate between the ten remaining teams in the conference. In that scenario everyone plays everyone over the course of just a few seasons which … Continue reading SEC scheduling solution???
The winds of change are blowing. Example A More than seven months after Jordan McNair’s death, Maryland state lawmakers have proposed a bill that would upend the college athletics model across the state and give athletes the right to unionize and collectively bargain over issues related to health and safety, as well as compensation. Example … Continue reading College Athlete Sponsorship and Unionization FTW
I can't decide which is funnier; Todd Grantham failing his way up the college ranks all the way to Gainesville or Barrett Sallee's attempt to present Grantham's mediocrity as a success. "Grantham has been a college coordinator since 2010, and has evolved into one of the best in the country. After a few speed bumps … Continue reading Todd Grantham’s career accolades are hilarious
The bombshell postseason ban (among other punishments) handed down by the NCAA to Missouri today is being roundly criticized. But we've seen this movie before right Dawg fans? Buttes-Mehre rolled over in the Todd Gurley and AJ Green cases, and both players received harsh suspensions. Meanwhile Johnny Manziel and Jameis Winston are free to win … Continue reading Honesty is the best policy, unless you’re the NCAA
Earlier today, Chip Towers provided us with this tempered view on the prospect of Zamir White crushing it in the Dawgs' run game next season. Do you recall the following names: Soso Jamabo? B.J. Emmons? Cam Akers? Lorenzo Lingard?If you do, congratulations. You’re officially a “recruitnik.” For the other 98 percent of our readership who follow only Georgia … Continue reading What is really going on at Dawg Nation?
If you're like me and believe immediate ejections for even the most unavoidable targeting penalties are, at best, an overreaction by an organization that fears future litigation then this might be promising news. The alteration of the targeting rule, which has garnered support from the American Football Coaches Association, would see intentional and unintentional categories … Continue reading Targeting rule change discussed by NCAA
It could have been worse NOLA. Georgia fans still out here waiting for an apology (or at least an admission of guilt) from Big Ten officiating. Or maybe they already released one and I didn't care. -CB
I don't believe Kirby would hire a position coach just to get a recruit, but this couldn't hurt when it comes to current dawg target Kaiir Elam. We'll see -CB