- 9:55 am Monday, September 22nd, 2014 by Chip Towers
MONDAY MORNING REWIND
1. Georgia went into the Troy game this past Saturday with a plan of throwing the ball around a little more. But that didn’t happen. The Bulldogs ended up rushing for 367 yards on 39 attempts, or 64 percent of the time. That was up from 62 percent in the previous two games.
Coach Mark Richt said that trend had more to do with opportunity than philosophy.
“There were some times we had passes called that (quarterback Hutson Mason) checked out of because they were vulnerable to the run,” Richt said Sunday. “So a lot of it had to do [More]
- 12:42 pm Monday, September 1st, 2014 by Chip Towers
1. No. 12 Georgia’s 45-21 win over No. 16 Clemson was impressive. It’s being compared to the 2007 “Blackout Game” against Auburn and I think that’s a pretty good parallel. Remember, the Bulldogs actually trailed Auburn 20-17 in the third quarter of that game. Saturday’s contest was similarly close, tied 21-all well into the third quarter. But then Georgia got hot and put together a 24-0 finish to turn it into a rout.
I don’t think you have to go back as far in terms of an electric atmosphere in Sanford Stadium. Lest we forget, the house was [More]
- 11:06 am Wednesday, August 13th, 2014 by Chip Towers
ATHENS — Back over at the Butts-Mehre football complex this morning as the Bulldogs conduct practice number 15 of 29 this preseason. That’s, of course, counting yesterday’s practice, which happened to be conducted in a pool. They are in full pads this morning and will come back tonight in shells to complete the last two-a-days session of camp.
Lots to get to from this morning’s 14-minute media viewing period, most of it on the injury front:
The most notable new injury appears to be Reggie Davis. The sophomore wide receiver had his left hand completely clubbed up in a cast. No details [More]
- 9:48 am Monday, August 11th, 2014 by Chip Towers
MONDAY MORNING REWIND
ATHENS – Back over at The Butts this morning for practices 12 and 13 of Georgia’s preseason camp. The Bulldogs are in full pads this morning and will go again tonight in a closed practice.
I’ll be filing reports and blogs all day, so check back frequently. In the meantime, he’s your regular review of UGA happenings over the weekend:
1. Georgia’s defense garnered the headlines after Saturday night’s scrimmage because it didn’t get burned for any big plays such as fans saw all too often last season. But lost in that accomplishment was the fact that the [More]
- 2:48 pm Monday, August 4th, 2014 by Chip Towers
Q&A WITH J.J. GREEN
ATHENS – J.J. Green is listed at 5-foot-9 on Georgia’s football roster. But so forthright and honest is the sophomore defensive back from Kingsland that he’ll actually correct people on his height.
“More like 5-8,” he says with a big smile.
Green doesn’t see his height – or lack of it – as a liability when it comes to his ability to defend opposing receivers from the “Star” position he currently holds in the Bulldogs’ secondary. In that role, Green or whoever happens to be in that spot often draws the most dynamic and versatile offensive play-makers, such as [More]
- 5:30 am Wednesday, February 5th, 2014 by Chip Towers
ATHENS – Good morning and welcome to national signing day. We have big plans for you.
I’m at Georgia’s Butts-Mehre Heritage Hall this morning monitoring the Bulldogs’ recruiting efforts. NCAA rules allow for national letters-of-intent to be signed as early as a 7 a.m. and I’ll be in place to report the first one.
If you’re keeping up from home or the office, there are two ways to monitor the day’s events. First, you can follow me on my Twitter page — @ajcuga. I’ll be putting up the bare bones news there as soon as it comes in. If you search [More]
- 9:40 am Tuesday, February 4th, 2014 by Chip Towers
Georgia has apparently come forth with a late offer for a South Florida athlete. But unlike a lot of times when that happens, this kid isn’t marginal as a recruiting prospect.
Wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie (5-8, 175) is a 4-star prospect out of American Heritage High in Plantation, Fla. You may have heard of his teammate — 5-star running back and UGA commitment Sony Michel. McKenzie projects as a wideout in college but also played running back in high school and showed tremendous versatility in the Under Armour All-America game. He had 24 yards of rushing on four carries as a [More]