The SEC media days have come and gone, and it ended with the Georgia Bulldogs taking the stage in Birmingham. Head coach Mark Richt along with Malcolm Mitchell, John Theus and Jordan Jenkins were in attendance for the Bulldogs taking questions from media from all over the country. Show More Summary
Happy Friday! It's your daily roundup of college football stuff. SEC Media Days thankfully concludes. Thursday's offerings included Les Miles trying to get a cameraman to avoid walking into a pole and Mark Richt's very short haircut. Also, Alabama and Georgia were picked to win the divisions, yet Auburn was picked to win the conference. Show More Summary
Hoover, Ala. — Just by being here, Mark Richt drew into a second-place tie with Philip Fulmer for appearances at SEC Media Days. Richt and Fulmer have done this 15 times. (Steve Spurrier is the...
There's a coach in the nation's most difficult conference who boasts a.739 career winning percentage, has had his team in the division-title conversation in mid-November in each of the last four years, won two of those titles and came...Show More Summary
Let’s get right to some of this week’s Junkyard Mail. … Bobby Flannagan writes: Bill, like you I go way back with the Dawgs and remember the days when you could count on games in Athens...
Last season left me wondering about Georgia, and more specifically about Mark Richt, in a way I hadn’t wondered since September 2011. The no-show in Jacksonville was inexcusable. The squib kick against Georgia Tech was...
The 2015 Georgia Bulldogs look more and more like they're going to be the Nick Chubb Show by the week. After all three quarterbacks—Brice Ramsey, Faton Bauta and Jacob Park—looked decent in the spring game, head coach Mark Richt threw...Show More Summary
Last week, we brought you a story about both Georgia coach Mark Richt and Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher responding to a fan’s wedding invitation. Well, for whatever reason, this seems to be becoming a trend. A Duke fan named Sheldon...Show More Summary
Nobody will ever argue about Mark Richt’s ability to recruit. Last year, Richt was able to sign Nick Chubb, Sony Michel and Lorenzo Carter, and they all helped Georgia earn a 10-win season. In 2013, the Bulldogs added Brandon Kublanow...Show More Summary
One of the best things Georgia Bulldogs head coach Mark Richt has done since 2001 is getting top recruits to come play in Athens. And it looks like it won’t be any different for 2016 as the class is ranked No. 4 in the country and No. Show More Summary
Despite his 74 percent win percentage with the Georgia Bulldogs, Mark Richt will have to deliver more than just wins in 2015. In 14 seasons, Richt has won 132 games, a result that wouldn't have many coaches on any hot seat. Most coaches would be safe averaging nearly 10 wins per year. Show More Summary
With Chip Towers of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reporting that Everett Golson visited the Georgia Bulldogs last week, the former Notre Dame quarterback knows that head coach Mark Richt’s team has a chance to do some big things in...Show More Summary
It was only a matter of time before Georgia head coach Mark Richt was forced to replace former offensive coordinator Mike Bobo. The Bulldogs had finished no worse than fifth in the SEC in yards per play in every season since 2010, and they led the conference in the category twice (2014 and 2012). Show More Summary
The spring evaluation period of the college football recruiting calendar will come to a close at the end of May, but one school in particular is looking to close out the month with a flurry: the Georgia Bulldogs. Mark Richt and his staff have already assembled a class with 10 commitments that currently rates as the nation's No. Show More Summary
The Georgia Bulldogs experienced success in 2014 due in large part to their ground game and stout defense. What direction will head coach Mark Richt take in recruiting to help get the Bulldogs over the hump? Stephen Nelson was joined...Show More Summary
The 2015 NFL draft has come to an end, and the Georgia Bulldogs had a great weekend, as five former players had their names called in Chicago. According to GeorgiaDogs.com, 79 Bulldogs have been drafted since Mark Richt became the team's...Show More Summary
Jim Harbaugh may have a lot of things going for him in his new role as the head coach at Michigan, but Georgia’s Mark Richt will always (...)
The 2015 NFL draft is right around the corner, and many Georgia fans will be watching because there's a chance four or five former Bulldogs will get their names called over the weekend. Ever since head coach Mark Richt was hired before the 2001 season, the success rate for Bulldogs reaching the NFL has been one of the best in college football. Show More Summary
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...
The G-Day Game was played on Saturday, and the Georgia Bulldogs were able to give the fans a show before the team gears up for fall camp and the 2015 season. Head coach Mark Richt should be pleased with a lot of things he saw during the spring game. Show More Summary