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Junkyard Mail: Which 2015 game is a ‘must’ win for the Dawgs?

Let’s get right to some of this week’s Junkyard Mail with a reader posing a question that I found tougher to answer than you might assume. … BassinDawg writes: If you could pick one “must win”...

Pros and cons of Dawgs playing two quarterbacks

Speaking to a UGA Days fan gathering Tuesday night in Savannah, head coach Mark Richt addressed the Dawgs’ quarterback battle, saying right now he has no idea who will end up as the starter. Bill King...

Sports Briefing | College Football: F.S.U. to Examine Jameis Winston Comments

Florida State Athletic Director Stan Wilcox said the university would investigate the statement by the former Seminoles quarterback Jameis Winston.

Sports Briefing | College Football: Buckeyes Visit White House

The Ohio State football team, which beat Oregon in January to win the first College Football Playoff, was honored by President Obama in a White House ceremony.

Junkyard Mail: Most impressive spring Dawg, offensive prospects, stopping the run and more!

Let’s get right to some Junkyard Mail. … Dennis McDawg writes: Bill, which player impressed you the most at this year’s G-Day game? Dennis, my answer is Natrez Patrick, but that has a couple of asterisks attached...

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Would even more fans attend a revamped G-Day game?

There’s been some good-natured joking among UGA fans about how the athletic association came up with that supposedly record attendance figure of 46,815 for Bill King is an Athens native and a graduate of the...

Sports Briefing | College Football: Lord Nelson, a Rutgers Horse, Dies

Lord Nelson, the only horse to be penalized in a college football game, died.

G-Day 2015: View from the stands

Saturday’s G-Day game on a glorious spring day at Sanford Stadium in Athens provided an extended glimpse at the work-in-progress that is the 2015 Georgia Bulldogs. Not a lot of questions about the team were...

Dawgs fans, let’s keep G-Day game in perspective

Bulldogs fans are looking forward to Saturday’s G-Day spring game in hopes it will shed some light on what sort of team the Dawgs will have this fall. That’s always the case, but in years like...

Playoff Panel Wants Same Routine This Season

The College Football Playoff selection committee chairman, Jeff Long, said the panel would recommend to the conference commissioners that there should be no changes to the rankings routine.

Florida State Football Player Charged After Traffic Stop

P. J. Williams, 21, a former Florida State defensive back who was cited after an automobile crash in October, was arrested again after a university police officer observed him having difficulty driving.

Shaka Smart to Leave V.C.U. to Coach Texas

Shaka Smart is leaving Virginia Commonwealth to coach the Texas Longhorns.

Sports Briefing | College Football: Jonathan Taylor’s Accuser Is Arrested

The woman who said defensive lineman Jonathan Taylor assaulted her recanted the allegations and was arrested and charged with false reporting to law enforcement.

Dawg Bites: Legend of Lorenzo Carter continues to grow

A colleague of mine who bleeds garnet and black, as I guess they must say of South Carolina fans, stopped by my desk the other day to talk a little football. So, he said, “we’re all...

Junkyard Mail: Neutral-site games, stadium improvements, Thomas Brown hire, QBs, basketball and more!

Let’s get straight to some Junkyard Mail. … Dylan Turner writes: Bill, I’m having trouble nailing down how I feel about Georgia playing North Carolina in another of those neutral-site kickoff games. On the one hand,......

Forget the wintry mix, spring football is coming!

Contrary to what that lyin’ groundhog indicated, it certainly doesn’t look or feel like spring is right around the corner. But, whatever the weather, Mark Richt’s troops will hit the Woodruff Practice Fields March 17......

Birth of a Georgia Bulldog and Junkyard Mail!

Twenty-one years ago Sunday, in the early morning hours of March 1, 1994, my wife Leslie woke me up and told me she was in labor. We’d gone through an episode of false contractions a week......

Is it a problem if Dawgs exit spring without a No. 1 quarterback?

Last spring, with an entirely new defensive coaching staff, Mark Richt’s Bulldogs entered spring practice with all players having a clean slate and every starting job wide open. Well, just about. You pretty much knew Damian......

Who are your all-time favorite Dawgs?

The recent mutual lovefest between departing senior flanker Chris Conley and the Bulldog Nation has shown him to be the embodiment of what is known as a “fan favorite.” It also has prompted me to take......

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