It’s Super Bowl weekend, and while some former Georgia Bulldogs will be playing in the big game, some current and future Dawgs are making news.
Transfer wide receiver RaRa Thomas, who was arrested last month on charges of assault and false imprisonment, posted a rather cryptic update on his Instagram page. In his stories section (where photos are only temporarily available) Thomas posted a picture of himself in front of his Georgia Bulldogs locker. No official word has come from the school or Thomas, but that could be a promising sign.
Georgia currently has the No. 1 recruiting class for 2024, and one more big-time recruit is trending to the Bulldogs for that class. Four-star athlete Aaron Butler out of Calabasas, Ca. is set to announce his commitment in July, but already his connections to Atlanta and UGA have most experts pegging him to pick Georgia.
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A panel of college football experts from ESPN has overwhelmingly picked Georgia to return to the College Football Playoff in 2023. Here’s how the panelists broke down their early playoff bracket:
Blake Baumgartner: Georgia, Alabama, Michigan, USC
Alex Scarborough: Georgia, Ohio State, USC, Alabama
David M. Hale: Alabama, Ohio State, USC, Oregon
Chris Low: Georgia, Alabama, Michigan, USC
Tom VanHaaren: Georgia, USC, Alabama, Michigan
Heather Dinich: Georgia, Alabama, USC, Michigan
Adam Rittenberg: Georgia, Ohio State, Alabama, Washington
Bill Connelly: Georgia, Michigan, Oregon, Ohio State
Shame on you, David M. Hale.
You can see our predictions for Georgia’s potential CFP opponents here.
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It’s now official, Texas and Oklahoma will be joining the SEC starting in the 2024 season. SI’s Ross Dellenger was the first to report the news, which was later confirmed by the conference.
Deion Sanders is trying to tap his Florida roots and bring recruits to Colorado, explaining that “it’s not really that cold” which is apparently a common roadblock for Sunshine State recruits.
Mario Cristobal is continuing to reshape his coaching staff at Miami, and former Texas head coach Charlie Strong has become the latest coach let go in Cristobal’s effort to find the right team of coaches.