Georgia: 44     Kentucky: 35   


           Saturday night in Kentucky, the Dawgs played what should have been a very close game. A early fumble by the wildcats led to running back Washaun Ealey's first touchdown for the night. Later in the first quarter, Washaun rushed for 3 yards for his second TD. A forced fumble by Bacarri Rambo, and a fumble on the 4 yard line would lead to two more Washaun touchdowns. Opening the second half corner back Brandon Boykin received the kickoff and took it 101 yards for his fourth career kick return touchdown. The wildcats would return with a long drive that was concluded with a pass to the endzone which was intercepted by free safety Saunders Commings (to the left.) Georgia's defense played very good and very bad. In the first half, they let up only ten points and had four sacks. In the second half, the defense let up twenty five points, and let the Kentucky offense have 14 first downs. Kentucky out gained georgia with 440 total yards, the defense cannot afford to play like this against Florida next week, who has a bye coming into the cocktail party. The Dawg offense played a very good game. Aaron Murray had his worst game of the season with a mediocre 9/12 with 113 yards and no touchdowns. The player of the game was running back Washaun Ealey who had 28 carries for 157 yards and a tied school record of 5 touchdowns! Next week versus Florida running back Caleb King returns after his two game suspension, this might put a dent in Washauns two game hot streak of 130+ yard games.

Article: 10/24/10

Georgia: 43 Vanderbilt: 0


           As we saw earlier today as the Dawgs took on the 2-4 (1-2 SEC) Vanderbilt commodores, for the first time this season the defense shut out the Vandy offense. The 45th ranked rushing offense was held to only 58 yards. The Dawg defense had 2 turnovers this afternoon, a interception by Saunders Commings with 3:22 in the 3rd quarter, and a fumble recovery. As far as the offense is concerned, the player of the game in my opinion is running back #3 Washaun Ealey (as seen to left.) Washaun totaled for 17 carries for 123 yards and a touchdown, with a 7.2 yard average. Washaun, who had been struggling with fumbling issues, had no fumbles today versus the Commodores. Redshirt Freshman quarterback Aaron Murray 15/24, with 287 yards and 2 touchdowns, one to #16 Kris Durham, and another to #8 A.J Green. Georgia is on a 2 game winning streak which is sadly the highest winning streak this year. Georgia played very well for the 92,746 in attendance, but can they play just as well in Kentucky next week versus the Wildcats, who just knocked off #12 ranked South Carolina.

Article: 10/16/10

Georgia: 41  Tennessee: 14


         The Dawgs now have a SEC win under their belt, and its about time. On saturday afternoon in Sanford stadium, the real Georgia team came to play against the hated Vols. Many players are worth mentioning with outstanding performances, but none compared to the performance of redshirt freshman quarterback, Aaron Murray. Aaron threw 17/25 for 266 yards, and 2 touchdowns. Not to mention his 7 rushes for 41 yards and another 2 touchdowns. Aaron Murray combined for 28 out of the Dawgs 41 points. All-American wide out A.J green had another outstanding game with 6 receptions for 96 yards and a touchdown. Rushing was not the Dawgs strongest point on saturday as they only racked up 136 yards. The Dawg Defense played an outstanding game, they only let up 9 rushing yards, and 260 passing yards! on the special teams side, kicker Blair Walsh accounted for 6 points as he went 2-2 on the day. All in all, the Dawgs played a great game which could give defensive coordinator Todd Grantham, and head coach Mark Richt a little leeway when it comes to their job security.

article: 10/11/10

Georgia: 27     Colorado: 29

In the 29-27 loss to the Colorado Buffaloes, There were many things that went right, but there were more things that went wrong. In A.J Greens first game back after suspension, he caught 7 passes for 119 yards and 2 touchdowns as well as one rush for 40 yards! His first three touches in the game were his 40 yard rush and his 2 touchdowns. Aaron Murray threw 16/27 for 223 yards and 3 touchdown passes. Caleb King, who came back from his ankle injury, ran 12 times for 100 yards. Overall the Offense played better than we have seen them play all year. The mistakes came from the defense, special teams, and turnovers. In the second quarter the Dawgs had a chance to score before the half. Aaron Murray took a shot to the back which led to a bad pass causing a endzone interception. Also, in the third quarter, a field quarter inside the redzone that would put the Dawgs in the lead was missed by kicker Blair Walsh, his first miss of the year. In the fourth quarter, the dawns were driving down the field and had reached field goal range which would've win the game. A flea flicker went bad and Caleb King hit the ball on his knee and it was recovered by the Colorado defense insuring a buffalo win. Overall the defense for the Dawgs was our weakest point with multiple blown coverages and missed tackles. Hopefully the dawns can bounce out of this slump and make a bowl appearance like they have every year since 1996.

Article; 10/3/10

Preview: Georgia vs Colorado

Colorado is not exactly at the top of the polls when it comes to football, but are they a team to overlook? No, the last time the Dawgs took on the Buffalos was on Sep. 23, 2006. The game was played in between the hedges and it was a nail biter. The Dawgs were trailing 7-13 in the 4th quarter and it was not looking good, but with 9:11 left in the game, quarterback Joe Cox threw a touchdown for 23 yards to fullback Brennen Southerland. Although Georgia was a high ranked team, we only won by an extra point. Four years later the Dawgs will take on the Buffalos in Colorado. After losing 3 straight the Dawgs could be looking at some trailing in the 4th deja vu. We will find out this Saturday at 7:00.

article 9/30/10

Georgia VS Mississippi State

During Georgia's Game vs Mississippi St. what we saw was not pleasing. Running Back Washaun Ealey rushed 10 times for only 36 yards and 1 fumble that caused the Dawgs a much needed touchdown. As far as receiving is concerned, without our all-american wide-reciever A.J Green, Quarter-Back Aaron Murray threw to Tavarres King twice for 72 yards, and to Kris Durham four times for 64 yards. Aaron Murray played a great game going 18/31 with 271 yards and a touchdown. He also rushed the ball seven times for 32 yards. 
The defense: the defense did not play as hot as we hoped they would coming out of the Arkansas game, they let up 314 total yards. 135 passing, and 179 on the ground. As the Dawgs drop to second to last place in the SEC, there is not much to be optimistic for.

article 9/26/10