Greg: Hardy or Hardly Innocent?

Unfortunately for the League, the cat’s finally out of the bag. After the arrest of Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy on May 13, 2014, the details from what actually happened that night have been hidden from the public up until this past weekend. According to prosecutors involved in the case, Hardy has not spoken […]

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What Will Happen To Richt?

Another huge loss is in the books for the Georgia Bulldogs. Georgia’s loss against the Florida Gators this past Saturday, October 31, pushes the team even further down in the SEC. The 3-27 defeat UGA suffered last weekend added to other significant losses this season against Alabama and Tennessee. The Dawgs just can’t seem to get it together. […]

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NFL’s Double Standard

We’ve all seen the Play 60 commercials. Play 60 is part of the NFL Foundation’s reach to kids to get them active and playing outside 60 minutes a day. It would appear that the NFL is interested in helping out plenty of people other than their players. The NFL Foundation is on a mission to “support the […]

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Steve Spurrier leaves college football…

Is Steve Spurrier a quitter? The college football landscape changed drastically last week, as South Carolina lost its head football coach. Steve Spurrier has been a fixture in the SEC for decades first as a Heisman winning quarterback at the University of Florida, then as head coach at his alma mater, and finally at the […]

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The Danger of Football

This past Saturday, the Dawgs welcomed Southern University of Baton Rouge, Louisiana between the hedges in Sanford Stadium. Several students were at the game with their parents in honor of parent’s weekend. What started out as a successful game for the Georgia Bulldogs and great accomplishments made by several players, ended with a tragic accident […]

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Get Hyped

Something I’ve notice being here at the University of Georgia are the phenomenal hype videos that are produced to pump up the bulldog community prior and through the football season. Technology today allows sports to relate to their followers in a variety of different ways; through the many social media platforms: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, ect., online […]

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What’s Happening In the NFC East?

The year’s NFL season is finally under way, and what kind of an NFL season would it be without it’s usual surprises and story lines. Things have already gotten off to a crazy start, but what might be most surprising of all is the way the NFC East has performed as a division to this point […]

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Alcohol at College Football Games

You probably went to a tailgate before the game on Saturday. So did thousands of other fans. So did I. And at that tailgate you probably had a drink. Or seven. So did thousands of other fans and so did I. Ain’t nothin’ finer in the land than a drunk, obnoxious Georgia fan, after all. […]

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Horror between the Hedges

The University of Georgia played their final regular season game of the 2014 season at home last weekend against their hated rival, Georgia Tech. The Bulldogs came into this game winning 12 of the last 13 times that these two teams have competed. Many thought that the favored Georgia team would extend their win streak […]

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History Repeating Itself?

The Dawgs this year have given us hope for the possibility of winning the coveted national title.  After beating both Missouri and Arkansas on the road, it seems that we may have cleared one of the bigger hurdles in our schedule. If we beat Florida this coming Saturday, our road to the SEC Championship will […]

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