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......
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......
Georgia played its first spring scrimmage Saturday. Mark Richt had indicated he would not be releasing any stats from it, prompting speculation he didn’t want to provide fuel for everyone second-guessing him on the quarterback......
Welcome to your Monday digest of weekend college football stuff. You can read it or just click on things, because it's THE READ OPTION. Georgia-turned-Alabama player arrested. When we all laugh at Mark Richt for having lost control of his program, there's a subtext. Show More Summary
On the heels of landing 5-star defensive tackle Trent Thompson in the 2015 class, Georgia head coach Mark Richt and his staff have positioned themselves well with two more prized in-state defensive linemen in 2016 5-star standouts Derrick...Show More Summary
Over the last two years, Georgia has evolved into one of the most confusing teams in the SEC East. It's clear that the talent is there for head coach Mark Richt to make a run at the division title and perhaps attain more. But inexplicable...Show More Summary
Georgia head coach Mark Richt is entering his 15th year in Athens, and this could be the year where he finally meets all the expectations fans, students and alumni have set for his team since he arrived on campus. The 2015 schedule sets...Show More Summary
With spring practice quickly approaching, head coach Mark Richt’s Georgia Bulldogs football team will start preparing for the 2015 season in the SEC East, but it needs to find replacements for some key contributors first. Georgia finished 10-3 last season following a 37-14 win in the Belk Bowl over the Louisville Cardinals. Show More Summary
In 2011, Georgia head coach Mark Richt entered the offseason on one of the hottest seats in America. Fresh off a two-year span that saw the Bulldogs go 14-12, including a 6-7 mark in 2010, Georgia had to win and win right now. It didn't. Back-to-back...Show More Summary
Evolved as college football may be, some things haven't changed. One of those pillars of continuity is the importance of the quarterback position. Put plainly: You still need a solid quarterback to be successful. Unfortunately for the...Show More Summary
Roquan Smith could be the next trendsetter. Roquan Smith has changed the game. Roquan Smith may have started a revolution. Those are a few ways some describe the Georgia commit after he told Mark Richt that he will not sign his letter...Show More Summary
The 2015 signing class is set and spring practice is right around the corner. This only means the regular season is not far away, and the Georgia Bulldogs will come into the season with the expectation to win—and win big. With a young...Show More Summary
One of the epicenters of the college football recruiting universe last weekend was at the University of Georgia. Head coach Mark Richt and his staff held their first junior day and had a laundry list of top prospects on campus. While...Show More Summary
Georgia and North Carolina will open the 2016 season in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. Bulldogs head coach Mark Richt issued the following statement, per Seth Emerson of The (Macon, Georgia) Telegraph: I know our team, coaches, and fans will be looking forward to playing a quality opponent like North Carolina in Atlanta. Show More Summary
From rumors of head coach Mark Richt's retirement, to the nation's top overall player, to an increased dedication from the administration to the football program, it's been an eventful offseason for the Georgia Bulldogs. For the most...Show More Summary
Head coach Mark Richt and the Georgia Bulldogs have long been dominating the recruiting trail, scooping up some of the best talent the nation can offer. But who is on their 2016 wish list? Bleacher Report's Stephen Nelson was joinedShow More Summary
Tom Petty once sang that "the waiting is the hardest part," and the wait for 4-star linebacker Roquan Smith was worth it for head coach Mark Richt and the Georgia football program. After committing to UCLA on national signing day, Smith...Show More Summary
Recruiting never ends and there are no break points. Accordingly, one would be remiss to say that the Georgia staff is focusing on the class of 2016 now that national signing day has passed. The reality is that head coach Mark RichtShow More Summary
Now that the 2015 signing class is set, Georgia Bulldogs head coach Mark Richt and his coaching staff can focus on the 2015 season, and it starts with spring ball, which will begin next month. But when fall camp rolls around, the signees...Show More Summary
Though Georgia's 2015 national signing day may be remembered for its frantic chaos, the members of the Bulldogs' 2015 class should not be overlooked. Head coach Mark Richt and his staff assembled a large class that addressed a need for defensive depth while also targeting offensive playmakers. Show More Summary