The Georgia Bulldogs football team continues to make headlines on the recruiting trail, and both hoops teams come up big.
Over the weekend we saw some great Georgia Bulldogs recruiting news, including the commitment of 2024 speed demon, Dwight Phillips. Looking even further down the road, a highly-regarded 2025 recruit, Jontae Gilbert, had what the called an “amazing” visit to Athens over the weekend. The cornerback out of Douglass High School in Atlanta is currently committed to Ohio State. Looks like a flip could be in the future.
With the AFC and NFC Championship game wins by Kansas City and Philadelphia, respectively, there will be four former Bulldogs participating in this year’s Super Bowl.
The official Georgia Bulldogs 2022 football highlight reel was released, and it will send chills down your spine. Reliving some of the most special moments of one of the greatest seasons in program history could cause some ocular discharge. Have tissues on hand
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It was a great weekend for both the men’s and women’s Georgia basketball teams. The men’s team pulled out an important overtime victory over South Carolina, thanks to the heroics of Kario Oquendo. The Lady Bulldogs absolutely dominated Mississippi State for their second straight win after dropping three consecutive SEC games.
ESPN draft specialist Matt Miller has given first-round grades to two Georgia football players, predicting Jalen Carter to go No. 3 overall, and even comparing him to the legendary Fletcher Cox, and then giving offensive tackle Broderick Jones a first-round nod at No. 16. Miiller also gives Darnell Washington an outside shot at a first-round pick.
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ESPN has ranked the top five states for college football recruiting, and the state of Georgia has made the list, but are they No. 1?
CBS sportswriter Dennis Dodd thinks the College Football Playoff could expand to 16 teams a lot sooner than many think. The postseason tourney is slated to expand to 12 teams within the next two seasons.