Malcolm Mitchell's Dirty Little Secret


Here's something the AJC will never tell you: Georgia star receiver Malcolm Mitchell is an avid reader and attends local book club on a monthly basis. What I find most amusing about this is not that one of my favorite Dawgs is an enthusiastic member of a book club (UGA is a "Public Ivy," after all), but rather the company he keeps there- Mitchell is not only the only man who attends the book club, but every other member of the club is older than his mother! To be a fly on the wall at these monthly meetings...

The Georgia Way


There seems to be a constant debate about the way we do things versus the way the rest of the SEC does things. We do not win at all costs; instead, UGA wins with integrity. I may not agree with our policies completely, but I do agree with the spirit in which they were conceived. Integrity in the SEC is a rare thing, and what Boykin says reinforces that and should make you proud that the University of Georgia has it.

SEC as Game of Thrones Houses


Pretty funny stuff if you are a Game of Thrones fans, Best ones are the UGA and LSU houses

RIP Torrin Lawrence


Former SEC and NCAA champ Torrin Lawrence passed away yesterday in a traffic accident on I-75 near Cordele.

Davin Bellamy Arrested for DUI/Underage Drinking/Speeding


And the march to not fielding a defense at all this fall continues.

Mark Richt as One of the Greats


A hot topic around the college football world since Coach Richt rejuvenated a dormant UGA football program many moons ago has been where he stands among his SEC coaching peers, and also where he stands among all-time greats. Dawg Sports has provided readers with the Mark Richt Victory Watch after every Bulldog victory; Kyle did an incredible series last year on Coach Richt and his place among UGA's greatest coaches at certain stages of their careers. This nifty little series of graphs from the ABH shows readers where Coach Richt stands among the household names of SEC coaches these days. Did you know that Coach Richt... -has a higher winning percentage than both Steve Spurrier and Vince Dooley? -needed fewer games to get to 100 wins than Bear Bryant and Nick Saban? -has a higher bowl winning percentage than any of the guys on the list? Critics will always say that Coach Richt falls short of the only number that matters- the ranking at the end of the season. I'm not going to say I'm pleased that Georgia hasn't won a national championship in my 30 years on this earth. What I will say is that we have a darn good coach and a darn good man running our football program. That championship will come, maybe even sooner than you think. We finally have a capable defensive coordinator in Athens!

Mark Richt has lost control of


Sports Illustrated's Andy Staples and Zac Ellis discuss Mark Richt and Georgia's strict policies and whether or not they're hindering the Bulldogs.

Nick Marshall cited for weed


Move along nothing to see here.

Yet another reason to be proud to have CMR


Coach Richt has started the Paul Oliver Network to help former players live life after football ends. Oliver was a 5-star defensive back in the 2003 class who ended his own life in September 2013. "I don't want any one of our guys to feel like, 'I don't know where to go. I don't know where to turn.'" Read the full story at the Macon Telegraph here.

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