Offense started off slow, as usual. Defense swarming, as usual.
16-0 lead at the half. Boykin and King are putting on a show.
Typical soft, conservative playcalling for Bobo and Richt.
They deserved to lose. Bobo coaching scared in a big game once again and Richt kept relying on Walsh after all of the important FGs he's missed this season. Hilarious.
Last edited by Bravo95; 01-02-2012 at 05:21 PM.
With that loss, Bobo should absolutely be fired.
When they were throwing downfield, everything was clicking. But as soon as they started calling those bubble screens and handing off to Boykin and Smith every down, it was over.
The bottom line is this offense hasn't been tough and aggressive since Neil Calloway left. You have to choke the life out of the opposition if you want to win this conference again. Richt and Bobo are too soft and conservative.
Last edited by Bravo95; 01-02-2012 at 07:31 PM.
The best teams they played this season were Boise State, South Carolina, LSU and Michigan State.... They lost all 4 games. Aside from those they played Auburn, Georgia Tech and the rest were teams at or below .500
I don't understand why you keep bringing up the schedule, that has nothing to do with it. Teams become great because of depth and coaching. LSU and Bama's backups could start for almost every other team in the country. Those players practice against each other all year, fighting for playing time, and Saban & Miles coach them tough, which makes them all better players. If the rest of the East wasn't so mediocre, the schedule wouldn't be an issue, so blame those programs. One or two games won't change anything. No reason to keep bringing it up in here.
Last edited by Bravo95; 01-03-2012 at 11:22 PM.
Jordan Jenkins commits to Georgia over Bama and Florida. Dawgs were late, but Grantham worked his magic again.
Last edited by Bravo95; 01-09-2012 at 08:01 PM.
Charles declared for the NFL draft. Rambo and Jones are staying.
Jay Rome was redshirted last season and will probably start at TE in 2012.
Last edited by Bravo95; 01-11-2012 at 06:48 PM.
Tomorrow should be a great signing day for the Dawgs. Could be 6-7 big names (4-5 stars).
2012 Recruiting Class, signed LOI
John Atkins 3 stars DT Thomson, GA Thomson 6'4" 300 5.7 3 stars 5.7 9/3/11
Collin Barber 2 stars K Cartersville, GA Cartersville 6'2" 191 2 stars 5.3 6/11/11
Faton Bauta 3 stars QB West Palm Beach, FL Dwyer 6'3" 225 4.5 3 stars 5.7 11/14/11
Mark Beard 3 stars OL Coffeyville, KS Coffeyville C.C. 6'4" 290 3 stars 5.6 12/14/11
Josh Dawson 4 stars DE Tucker, GA Tucker 6'4" 225 4.7 4 stars 5.8 2/1/12
Sheldon Dawson 3 stars ATH Memphis, TN Ridgeway 5'11" 169 4.4 3 stars 5.7 1/30/12
James Deloach 3 stars DE Millen, GA Jenkins County 6'3" 260 3 stars 5.6 6/13/11
Leonard Floyd 4 stars DE Eastman, GA Dodge County 6'4" 215 4 stars 5.8 4/29/11
Todd Gurley 4 stars RB Tarboro, NC Tarboro 6'1" 195 4 stars 6.0 1/13/12
Josh Harvey-Clemons 5 stars ATH Valdosta, GA Lowndes 6'5" 208 5 stars 6.1 2/2/12
Quayvon Hicks 3 stars RB Blackshear, GA Pierce County 6'2" 245 3 stars 5.7 6/11/11
Jordan Jenkins 4 stars DE Hamilton, GA Harris County 6'3" 245 4.7 4 stars 6.0 1/9/12
Keith Marshall 4 stars RB Raleigh, NC Millbrook 5'11" 190 4.4 4 stars 6.0 12/6/11
Marshall Morgan 3 stars K Miami, FL American Heritage 6'3" 195 3 stars 5.5 1/31/11
Greg Pyke 3 stars OL Baltimore, MD Boys Latin School 6'6" 315 5.0 3 stars 5.7 8/5/11
Ty Smith 3 stars TE Moultrie, GA Colquitt County 6'3" 228 3 stars 5.7 3/26/11
Jonathan Taylor 4 stars DT Millen, GA Jenkins County 6'4" 315 4 stars 5.9 6/13/11
John Theus 5 stars OL Jacksonville, FL Bolles 6'6" 292 5.2 5 stars 6.1 7/15/11
Blake Tibbs 3 stars WR Lithonia, GA Martin Luther King 6'2" 185 3 stars 5.7 9/24/11
Last edited by Bravo95; 02-02-2012 at 10:46 AM.
Instant impact: Jenkins. While he will need to make gains in strength and bulk, Jordan Jenkins has an engine that never stops and the ability to be a disruptive force off the edge for the Bulldogs defense.
Bottom line: Georgia's class moved up when the signing of Josh Harvey-Clemons became official on Thursday, as of Wednesday evening that wasn't official. The Bulldog offense will be able to do big things in the coming years with the addition of offensive tackle John Theus and a pair of great running backs in Keith Marshall and Todd Gurley.
http://blogs.ajc.com/uga-sports-blog...es-violations/ATHENS – Three players have been kicked off the Georgia football team for an undisclosed violation of team rules.
UGA coach Mark Richt announced this morning that freshman defensive back Nick Marshall, freshman wide receiver Sanford Seay and freshman defensive back Chris Sanders have been dismissed from the team.
The school did not address what precipitated the dismissals.
“It’s a privilege to play college football and to be a part of this team and University,” Richt said in a statement. “Along with that privilege comes certain responsibilities. Mistakes were made, and part of our job is helping them learn from mistakes. Going forward, we are committed to assisting them find opportunities where they can continue their education.”
Marshall was one of the top players in the state, but they still have Swann and Commings to step in for Boykin.
So what does everyone think of our recruiting class? IMO I think we did a great job would have liked to see us get a little more help in the defensive back field and our oline but we are stacked at LB and HB can't wait to see Marshall run with the ball and see Clemons make that first tackle. Jenkins should have a good impact from the start too.