Opposing view: Greyson Lambert from a Virginia perspective

7:45 pm Jun. 3, 2015

Normally we reserve this feature – an interview with another media member – for games. But we also bring it out for special occasions, and the addition of a quarterback who’s eligible immediately certainly qualifies.

Jerry Ratcliffe has been covering Virginia athletics for a mere 33 years. That includes the three seasons that Greyson Lambert was with the Cavaliers, including his nine games as the starting quarterback in 2014.

Now Lambert is

Georgia and SEC have plenty on agenda in Destin

6:00 am May. 26, 2015

DESTIN, Fla. – Long ago, the SEC recognized that it really doesn’t have an offseason, and that its annual meetings, held on the beaches of the Florida panhandle, were just another step on the way

Bulldogs inspired, motivated by Mercer’s stunning win over Duke

5:49 pm Mar. 21, 2014

Not that they need any more at the moment, but the Mercer Bears have some fans in the Georgia Bulldogs. In fact, one Bulldog in particular predicted Mercer’s upset over Duke in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Friday.

“That’s one of the upsets I called right,” said Georgia point guard Charles Mann, shortly before the Bulldogs’ practice Friday and soon after the Bears’ 79-71 victory. “Me and J.J.

UPDATED: UGA baseball opener is postponed, gym meet canceled, basketball team still in Starkville

11:34 am Feb. 13, 2014

UPDATE: Georgia baseball’s season opener against Georgia Southern scheduled for Friday night has been postponed until noon Saturday and will be the first game of a double-header. Field conditions are unplayable. . . . Also, the Gym Dogs’ home meet against Missouri scheduled for Friday night has been canceled due to travel issues for the Tigers. . . . The men’s basketball team, which beat Mississippi State 75-55 on Wednesday

Beat-up Bulldogs hope to heal before Vanderbilt

4:37 pm Jan. 27, 2014

Apparently the Bulldogs are even more beat up than previously thought.

It’s well known that Georgia played without shooting guards Kenny Gaines (thigh bruise) and Juwan Parker (hamstring) this past Saturday at Kentucky. But forward Donte Williams also had to leave that game after slamming his head on the court while trying to take a charge from 250-pound Julius Randle. And guard J.J. Frazier had to get an MRI and X-rays