In the latest edition of our Spring Practice Primer series, we explore the story lines and personnel at the wide receiver and defensive back positions as the Dawgs are set to begin Spring Practice next week.
Now that Georgia has relieved Mark Fox of his duties, all eyes in the Bulldawg Nation are on Greg McGarity as he searches for Georgia's next basketball coach. In today's show we discuss the decision to move on from Fox, discuss what Georgia should look for in a new head coach, and break down the leading candidates to take over the helm of the Georgia hoops program.
With spring practice just around the corner, we take a look at the defensive front 7 in the second edition of our Spring Practice Primer series. In today's show we discuss the key players and position battles along the front 7 as Georgia tries to replace a number of key pieces to the 2017 defense.
With the basketball season mercifully nearing its conclusion, we again turn our focus to the gridiron with the first edition of our 2018 Spring Practice Primer. Today we focus on the story lines, personnel, and position battles for the offensive line and running back positions.
Even with the nice win over LSU, Georgia is still in need of an improbable run to make the NCAA Tournament. But, despite the disappointing season, could the recent revelations related to the FBI investigation into cheating and fraud in college basketball and the clear lack of a level playing field provide the pretext for the UGA Athletic Administration to retain Head Coach Mark Fox?
With the 2018 recruiting class in the bag, in today's show we turn our attention to the 2019 recruiting cycle. We evaluate the current prospects on Georgia's commit list and highlight some uncommitted players to pay attention to as the cycle plays out.
In today's show we discuss how Georgia was able to get back on track with wins over Florida and Tennessee and what those consecutive wins over ranked teams have done for the Bulldogs' NCAA Tournament chances.
Now that it is officially signed and in the rear-view mirror, we take a closer look at Georgia's epic 2018 signing class and debate the relative strength of the different position groups within the class.
After a third straight blowout loss dropped Georgia even further out of the NCAA Tournament conversation, we take a look a hard look at the current state of the program and discuss who deserves the most blame for the program's inability to get off the ground.
After a second consecutive blowout road loss that put Georgia at 4-7 in conference play, the 2017-18 season is slipping is for the Georgia hoops team. We recap the rough loss to Vanderbilt and examine why things have gotten so ugly for the Bulldogs in SEC play.
On National Signing Day the rich got richer as Georgia closed out an already epic 2018 recruiting class with a bang. In today's show we analyze Georgia's spectacular Signing Day finish and discuss whether the Bulldogs' 2018 class is the greatest recruiting class of all time.
After a big resume win over Florida earlier in the week, Georgia fell flat in Starkville on Saturday. In today's show we recap the uninspiring road loss to Mississippi State and explain why, this time around, the offense wasn't the only issue for the Bulldogs.
With just a few spots remaining but with numerous targets left on the board, Georgia will likely have to make some difficult decisions next week on National Signing Day. In today's show, we discuss Georgia's remaining targets and debate which prospects the remaining spots in the 2018 signing class should go to.
FINALLY! After losing 5 of their last 6 games, Georgia was able to end the slide get a much-needed and resume-enhancing home win over Florida on Tuesday night. In today's show, we examine how the Dawgs were able to close out the game against Florida after struggling so much to do so over the past several weeks. We also discuss what the win over the Gators does for Georgia's NCAA Tournament hopes.
The losses keep piling up as Saturday's loss at Kansas State marked Georgia's 5th loss in 6 games. In today's show we recap the latest disappointing loss and discuss whether there is anything the Bulldogs can do to turn the season around.
In today's show we take one last look back at the 2017 season to hand out our offensive and defensive UGA football postseason awards. Awards include: -Mr. Indispensable -Mr. Consistency -Mr.Underappreciated -Made You Curse Out Loud The Most -Surprise Player of the Year -MVP
Tuesday night's double OT home loss to Arkansas marked the second time Georgia has blown a big first half lead and let a resume win slip away in as many games. In today's show we dissect what went wrong against the Razorbacks and take a look at the issues that continue to plague the Bulldogs.
It was the ultimate tale of two halves on Saturday as Georgia's 14 point half-time lead ultimately turned into a 14 point loss on the road at Auburn. With Curtis abandoning the show to go on a date, Tyler tries to make sense of the loss and explains why, despite the ugly loss, the Dawgs still have a shot to make the NCAA Tournament.
Football is obviously never far from our minds, but in today's show we pivot and take a close look at the 2017-18 Georgia basketball team and examine whether or not this team has NCAA Tournament potential. We also recap Tuesday's desperately needed road win over LSU.