Hey J-DAWG. I know you were in the poker room all weekend and probably didn’t get a chance to see our game against Tennessee… I’ve got good news and bad news. The good news is […]
The Day After A Costly Win For The Bulldogs… It took 60 minutes plus on Saturday for Georgia to stay undefeated in SEC play with their 34-31 win on the road against Tennessee in overtime. […]
Anthony Dasher, UGAsports.com, “They’re Going To Wind Up Separating Aaron Murray From A lot Of Quarterback’s That Come Through Sanford Stadium.”
Anthony Dasher stops by with the latest from Athens, and a preview of Tennessee as the Dawgs come to Knoxville. . . . .
Georgia enters this week’s game with the Tennessee Volunteers at 3 and 1 this season and ranked at number six in both the AP/Coaches Polls. All of this following the Dawgs 44-41 win over LSU […]
Rick & Jamie welcomed Jim Hawthorne voice of LSU behind enemy lines this morning. Jim talked about Zach playing against the Dawgs, the difference between the RB’s and how each teams defense will play a […]
The biggest game in college football this week is the matchup between Georgia and LSU, and Tammy Mettenberger is going to have the whole week off to get ready for it. Mettenberger is the mother […]
Pete Fiutak, College Football News, “Georgia Losing To Clemson Doesn’t Matter But Now There’s No Margin For Error”
Our guy, Pete Fiutak of College Football News, drops in for his weekly visit to talk all things college football including UGA/South Carolina, . . .
Corey Miller, former Gamecock, NFL veteran, and current radio/TV host in Columbia, SC joins Mac and Jason to preview this weekend’s Georgia/South Carolina game. . . .
The Georgia loss to Clemson was devastating to some Georgia fans, but none more so than this guy… He called the radio station after the game ended late Saturday night / early Sunday morning and […]
Pete Fiutak, College Football News, On The Dawgs: “This Is The Year That They Go On To Win The National Championship.”
Pete Fiutak checks in for the first of his weekly visits with his thoughts on the opening night of college football, the UGA/Clemson game, and the weekend to come. . .