Atkins Ascension Up the UGA Depth Chart

By Kaitlin Long UGA defensive lineman John Atkins finally made his way to the top of the depth chart for the upcoming season. Although he had 10 game appearances last season, Atkins will be starting his redshirt sophomore season. Football is an obligation for him that requires daily dedication and that is how he received…

Fire Off: 9 Burning UGA Football Questions

By James Robert Saffo The college football regular season is rapidly approaching, and as usual intrigue surrounding the University of Georgia has reached a fever pitch. UGA is a perennial contender, always in the mix when the season starts, but that has yet to coalesce into the results the Bulldawg Nation so craves, as the team hasn’t…

Moving Forward: Oregon Football

By: Damian C. Reynolds The most recent Heisman trophy winner, Marcus Mariota, now plays for the Tennessee Titans. However, despite an improving Pac-12, No. 7 Oregon is expected to compete in the conference title game. Replacing Mariota is the biggest question mark for the Oregon Ducks, but they’re not worried. Eastern Washington transfer Vernon Adams…

Unfinished Business: TCU Football

By Jaylon Thompson Texas is Football. This is the general thought among many Texans in the “214”. The Dallas Fort-Worth area code is home to the Dallas Cowboys. The team draws the most attention as the city’s biggest attraction. People come from miles away to witness AT&T Stadium or “Jerry’s World” as we call it….

Who is Greyson Lambert?

By Kennington Smith   University of Georgia football made headlines yesterday when it was announced that University of Virginia quarterback Greyson Lambert would be transferring to the school. Graduating this summer, Lambert will have two years left of eligibility and can play immediately.   Lambert has now entered his hat in what was a three-man…

Chris Conley: A Man of Character

By Kaitlin Long Chris Conley created a colorful résumé in order to prepare himself for the National Football League Draft, which begins on April 30. He is a man of many talents on and off the field. He set records at the NFL combine as a wide receiver for both the vertical jump (45 inches)…

Crossing the Line

By Kaitlin Long JJ Green’s  journey from a  Georgia Bulldog to a Georgia Tech Yellow Jacket The rivalry between the University of Georgia and Georgia Institute of Technology is over 106 years old. As the last season game of the year for both teams, it is one that has encompassed the lives of many dedicated…

We Were All In, What’s Next

Reactions from the first College Football Playoff By James Saffo NCAA concluded the inaugural edition of the College Football Playoff on Sunday night, to rousing success in more ways than one. Fourth-seeded Ohio State’s convincing victory over No. 2 Oregon validated the implementation of the new system in the place of its predecessor. Under the former…

We Are All In, What Now?

  By Damian Reynolds Former Indianapolis Colts coach Jim Mora gave sports fans a rant to remember—which applies to college football now—after losing on November 25, 2001 to the San Francisco 49ers: “Playoffs? Don’t talk about—playoffs!” As of December 7, 2014, with the inaugural College Football Playoff set, only four teams remain for a chance…