Tag Archive: Georgia

Sep 15

SEC Spotlight


After another week of SEC action, Alabama is still the best team in the league and it’s still not really close.  But what else did we learn from last week’s games?  I personally believe we learned a lot as the puzzle continues to unfold.  Kentucky is clearly the worst team in the league while the …

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Sep 10

Some of the Best Rivalries to Watch Out for This College Football Season


One of the best parts of anyone’s college experience is when one of your sports teams takes on your biggest rivals. The crowd is always bigger, the energy more electric, the band more in sync, and the play even better than usual. While basketball, soccer, baseball, and other college sports certainly benefit from the boost …

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Dec 17

The Sports Bank.net: PHOTOS: Georgia QB Aaron Murray, GF swims with sharks


Georgia Bulldogs record-setting senior quarterback Aaron Murray underwent surgery in Athens last month to repair a torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) suffered in the 59-17 victory over Kentucky. For much of this year, Aaron Murray was the left man standing, the only healthy skill position guy on an offense decimated by injuries. It was a …

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Aug 14

No Guts, No Glory: Arkansas has penciled themselves in for the SEC Championship Game


All other SEC teams are only guaranteed games through Thanksgiving week. But not Arkansas. They apparently are guaranteed beyond Thanksgiving week. Namely the SEC Championship Game and the BCS National Championship Game. At least that’s what they have listed on their official schedule on ArkansasRazorbacks.com. http://forums.sportsjabber.net/sjforums/showthread.php?t=134811

Apr 28

The Sports Bank.net: Georgia Bulldogs send annual, routine group of prospects to NFL


Four more Georgia Bulldogs players were picked on the final day of the NFL Draft Saturday. Cornerback Sanders Commings and Wide Receiver Tavarres King were selected in the fifth round while Defensive End Cornelius Washington and Safety Bacarri Rambo (man is that a fun name to say) were picked in the sixth round. Commings was …

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Oct 31

Week 9: What I saw



Auburn @ Mississippi:
No, Auburn is not a one man team. Michael Dyer, Demond Washington, and Onterio McCalebb made sure Ole Miss knew that before they got back on the bus towards Auburn. I saw Cam Newton catch a touchdown pass just to make double sure he had everyone’s Heisman vote as well. I saw the [...]

Sep 20

What We Learned: College Football’s Week 3


Week 3 is in the books. Let’s see what we learned. Arkansas looks legit. Everyone knew that Arkansas’s offense was going to be good but I had some serious doubts about their defense. Arkansas’s defense dominated Georgia for the first three quarters in their 31-24 victory which put Ryan Mallet in the Heisman discussion and …

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Oct 10

Lane Kiffin’s Tennessee Vols Crush Georgia: Can I Get an Encore?


One word that has been used repeatedly by the Tennessee coaching staff regarding the offense is inconsistency.  Lane Kiffin has repeatedly noted his team’s inability to find consistency in practice and then again in games. Heading into today’s game vs. SEC East rival Georgia, Tennessee’s offense has been struggling to score points just as they …

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Aug 12

You’re Busted!: The 10 Penalized Teams in College Football


The officiating in College Football gets progressively worse every year. I write about it often and I’m sure this year will be no different. Officiating affects outcomes of football games, as a single call or missed call can mean the difference between winning and losing. Most head coaches seemed to have mastered the art of …

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Jun 02

Is The Rose Bowl Being Strong Armed by ESPN?

Rose Bowl has been known as the Granddaddy of them all for the bowl games, and has had a sense of superiority over the rest of college football.

The Rose Bowl resisted change to join the BCS which lead to a split title in 1997 with Michigan and Nebraska.

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