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Josh Harvey-Clemons and His Grandfather Sign On the Line That Is Dotted


Our brief national nightmare is over, and Josh Harvey-Clemons officially is in the fold. Go 'Dawgs!

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Sheldon Dawson Commits to Georgia


The Bulldogs have added the top defensive back in the state of Tennessee to their 2012 recruiting class. (Hat tip: o6dawg.) Go 'Dawgs!

Junior College Offensive Lineman Mark Beard Officially Signs with Georgia


Beard, an Alabama native, will enroll at the University of Georgia in January with three years of collegiate eligibility remaining. The first bale of hay is in the barn. With any luck, this will pave the way for the inking of "Dream Team II" in February. Welcome, Mark! Go 'Dawgs!

I Think We Have Found Our Uga IX


Do you remember the bulldog puppy Isaiah Crowell held up on national signing day? Of course you do. The puppy is owned by Mike Woods, whose bald dome (emblazoned with the Uga head logo) is visible during commercial bumps at Georgia sporting events. Woods was asked to allow the puppy to be used during Crowell's announcement ceremony. The puppy is named Magical Munson Woods. He comes from the Uga line; Uga VI was his great-uncle, and Woods says he's "got the papers to prove it." Woods intends to offer Magical Munson Woods to the Seilers and the school so he can serve as Uga IX. To recap: Magical Munson Woods is part of the Uga line, but he comes from an offshoot of that line, which may help from a breeding standpoint; he is named for Larry Munson; he is owned by one of the school's most well-known and visible fans; he was held up by Isaiah Crowell on national signing day. The search is over, folks. We have ourselves a winner. As soon as the Seilers say Magical Munson Woods is old enough to serve, he should ascend to the throne as Uga IX. Give that dog a bone. Go 'Dawgs!

Dr. Saturday Puts Georgia's 2011 Signing Class in Context


I was going to quote a passage from this piece, then I found myself wanting to quote all of it, so, instead, I'm just going to encourage you to go read it in its entirety. Go 'Dawgs!

Dr. Saturday Names Isaiah Crowell Co-Recruit of the Year


The newest Bulldog shares that honor with the teammate with whom he shared the stage, Gabe Wright. Dr. Saturday nicely highlights the duality of the moment, though he left out a few pivotal distinctions: 1. Crowell chose Georgia, and Wright chose Auburn. The former classmates will be opposing one another annually in the Deep South's Oldest Rivalry, and, since one of them plays offense and the other lines up on defense, they will be going up against each other literally rather than metaphorically. Auburn is Georgia's oldest rival, and the team the Bulldogs have played the most frequently; the two teams formed their first squads simultaneously, and both football programs sprang from the same fountainhead: Charles Herty and George Petrie were classmates at Johns Hopkins, where they became familiar with the sport they brought to the Deep South. 2. Mark Richt is a man of faith, character, and integrity who runs a clean program and does not oversign. Auburn is historically the cheatingest program in the SEC (which is saying something) and is currently the subject of an NCAA investigation, and Wright hopes to replace Nick Fairley, the dirtiest player in college football. 3. Crowell knows how to wear a baseball cap. Wright doesn't. The dichotomy is exquisite, and it could not be more stark. I only wish Isaiah Crowell's bulldog puppy, recalling the famous moment in 1996, had jumped up and tried to bite Wright as soon as he donned the wrong hat. Go 'Dawgs!

Isaiah Crowell Won National Signing Day


Holly says so. End of discussion. Go 'Dawgs!

Pre-Signing Day Podcast Available


Kit and I recorded this one before the Bulldogs' basketball loss to Florida, so that part is somewhat dated, but give it a listen, nevertheless. Go 'Dawgs!

Should We Be Worried?


Is Xzavier Dickson trying to sway Corey Moore to defect? Go 'Dawgs!

Florida Defensive Coordinator Bolts One Day After Signing Day


One month into his tenure as the Gators' defensive coordinator, George Edwards is leaving Gainesville to return to the NFL ranks. Coach Edwards leaves Florida one day after the team hauled in the country's top-ranked recruiting class on national signing day. Coach Edwards is heading to Buffalo, where he will serve as defensive coordinator under Chan Gailey. Coach Gailey was hired as the Bills' head coach on January 20, after the NFL franchise's season was over and two weeks before high school seniors were allowed to sign their national letters of intent. Given the stellar record of trustworthiness compiled by Urban Meyer, I feel certain this timing was purely coincidental and the Florida coaching staff in no way kept such valuable information as the impending departure of their defensive coordinator from the prospects the Gators were pursuing. Go 'Dawgs!

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