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Notes on the Georgia Bulldogs' Football Recruiting: Four Thoughts Following "Dawg Night"

The Georgia Bulldogs secured commitments galore from top high school football prospects at the annual "Dawg Night" recruiting event. What does the Red and Black's recent recruiting success say about Mark Richt's job security?

Will Ralph Friedgen be the Georgia Bulldogs' Next Offensive Line Coach?: Why Hiring This Good Coach Would be a Bad Idea

Rumors were flying fast and furious on Thursday night that former Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets offensive coordinator and Maryland Terrapins head coach Ralph Friedgen was the frontrunner to replace Stacy Searels as the Georgia Bulldogs' offensive line coach. Dawg Sports explains why hiring this good coach would be a bad idea.

Nall was asked if he was interested in getting back into coaching at some point. "Not unless my...

Nall was asked if he was interested in getting back into coaching at some point. "Not unless my boss says I need to," he said.

Seth Emerson strongly suggests Hugh Nall will not be Stacy Searels's replacement. Go 'Dawgs!

Doug Gillett Offers His Take on Stacy Searels

It's worth the read, and I like his suggestion of Robbie Caldwell as a potential replacement . . . provided, of course, that he apologizes for his spurious assertion that some city in South Carolina, rather than Cordele, was the Watermelon Capital of the World. Go 'Dawgs!

Stacy Searels Reportedly Leaving Athens for Austin

If this turns out to be true, I wish Stacy Searels well. I believe him to be a good man, but, given the way the offensive line has performed the last couple of years, I can't say I'm sad to see him go. Go 'Dawgs!

Tennessee Volunteers 45, Georgia Bulldogs 19: Hitting Rock Bottom on Rocky Top

The Georgia Bulldogs' lopsided loss to a weak Tennessee Volunteer squad was the worst Red and Black defeat of the last decade. Dawg Sports offers an unvarnished assessment of the state of Mark Richt's program in the wake of the sorry performance in Knoxville.

Stacy Searels Is Staying

Stacy Searels has decided to stay on as the offensive line coach of the Georgia Bulldogs rather than returning to his alma mater to coach the Auburn Tigers. Dawg Sports rejoices.

Stacy Searels was robbed

No offense to the Oklahoma offensive coordinator, but did the Sooners have to contend with anything like the offensive line issues Georgia faced? The Broyles Award now ranks right behind the Heisman Trophy as the least credible award in sports. I hope Vince Dooley, who had a vote, at least lobbied for the most deserving candidate, who lives in Athens rather than in Norman. Go 'Dawgs!

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