Georgia Bulldogs

2-0 (1-1 ATS)

Team Snapshot
Passing Yards 278.7 35th
Rushing Yards 286.7 8th
Points For 49.3 10th
Points Against 7.7 3rd
2019 SEC Standings
WEST CONF OVR
Florida 1-0 3-0
Georgia 1-0 3-0
Missouri 0-0 2-1
Tennessee 0-0 1-2
Kentucky 0-1 2-1
South Carolina 0-1 1-2
Vanderbilt 0-1 0-2
Injuries
  • DL
    Julian Rochester (Knee) is questionable Saturday vs Arkansas State
  • OL
    Isaiah Wilson (Ankle) is questionable Saturday vs Arkansas State
  • WR
    Kearis Jackson (Hand) is out indefinitely
  • WR
    Tommy Bush (Undisclosed) is questionable Saturday vs Arkansas State
  • OL
    Owen Condon (Undisclosed) is questionable Saturday vs Arkansas State
  • DB
    DJ Daniel (Hamstring) is questionable Saturday vs Arkansas State
  • QB
    D'Wan Mathis (Head) is questionable Saturday vs Arkansas State
  • DL
    Tramel Walthour (Lower Body) is questionable Saturday vs Arkansas State

Georgia Bulldogs News

  • Fansided: Georgia football disrespected by ESPN's RBU list

    One thing that most college football fans know Georgia football with is its running backs and how the Dawgs always seem to have some of the most talented in the country toting the rock each week.

    However, according to ESPN, these are the top-ten RBU's:

    1: Alabama

    2: Wisconsin

    3: LSU

    4: Oklahoma

    5: Miami

    6: Pittsburgh

    7: Texas

    8: Oregon

    9: Arkansas

    10: Auburn

    In the article, ESPN Stats & Information looked at all-conference performers, All-Americans, NFL draft picks, and stars from the pro ranks.

    One thing that most college football fans know Georgia football with is its running backs and how the Dawgs always seem to have some of the most talented in the country toting the rock each week.

    However, according to ESPN, these are the top-ten RBU's:

    1: Alabama

    2: Wisconsin

    3: LSU

    4: Oklahoma

    5: Miami

    6: Pittsburgh

    7: Texas

    8: Oregon

    9: Arkansas

    10: Auburn

    In the article, ESPN Stats & Information looked at all-conference performers, All-Americans, NFL draft picks, and stars from the pro ranks.

  • UGA Wire: Watch: Mecole Hardman Jr. surprises his mother with a house

    Former UGA wide receiver Mecole Hardman Jr. surprised his mother with a new house this week. The Kansas City Chief used money from his rookie contract to pay for it. Bulldog fans must watch the video Hartman Jr. posted of it:

    I been dreaming of buying my mama a house since I was 8 and now to finally do it words can't explain how happy i am I love you ma x1000000000 It's my turn to take care of you now pic.twitter.com/nHpwQbMGvB

    "It's a good feeling," said Hardman. "I'm ready to get this furniture in and get her moved in.

    Former UGA wide receiver Mecole Hardman Jr. surprised his mother with a new house this week. The Kansas City Chief used money from his rookie contract to pay for it. Bulldog fans must watch the video Hartman Jr. posted of it:

    I been dreaming of buying my mama a house since I was 8 and now to finally do it words can't explain how happy i am I love you ma x1000000000 It's my turn to take care of you now pic.twitter.com/nHpwQbMGvB

    "It's a good feeling," said Hardman. "I'm ready to get this furniture in and get her moved in.

  • Fansided: Georgia Football: the three best Sam Pittman 'yes sir' videos

    Sam Pittman became the offensive line coach for Georgia football and is part of Kirby Smart's original staff.

    He started the trend during the 2018 recruiting cycle and it kind of stuck. Fans loved it, and Pittman seems to like posting these videos on Twitter.

    There are ten 'yes sir' videos to date ranging from Oct. 2017 to June 2019. The latest video came on June 10 when Joshua Braun committed to the Dawgs.

    The first ever video was on Oct. 6, 2017, while Pittman was sitting in his office with two pom-poms shaking them and yelling yes sir.

  • UGA Wire: Top-10 Georgia football players for 2019 - No. 10

    This week we will be ranking the top-10 Georgia football players for the 2019 season. At No. 10, we will start out with senior linebacker Tae Crowder, who is entering his redshirt senior season.

    Crowder plays mainly the MIKE linebacker position, which is your typical inside linebacker who just wants to hit somebody. Crowder is coming off a great 2018 in which he started five games and appeared in 13. He had 53 total stops.

    What's more impressive is that this is all still pretty new for him, as he came to Georgia as a running back and switched mid-season to linebacker.

  • Fansided: Georgia Football: Kelee Ringo proves worth at Rivals 5-star Challenge

    While Kelee Ringo is already a significant target for Georgia football, he proved how valuable he would be for a team in the Rivals 5-Star Challenge.

    Georgia football currently has 14 members in its 2020 recruiting class with one cornerback committed. Jalen Kimber is the lone secondary player so far in the 2020 class, and after the way, Ringo put on a show, he was in his ear to commit to the Dawgs.

    Ringo's entire performance that made me drool.

    Major #UGA target Kelee Ringo is absurdly fast with the laser 4.

  • Fansided: Three 2020 Georgia football offensive line prospects that could commit

    Since Sam Pittman joined the Georgia football staff, the offensive linemen recruiting has been incredible.

    For the 2020 class, the Bulldogs currently hold the No. 4 overall and the No. 3 SEC class on 247Sports Composite team rankings.

    The current offensive linemen committed to the Dawgs are 5-star offensive tackle Boderick Jones, 4-star offensive tackle Tate Ratledge, and 4-star offensive tackle Joshua Braun.

    Georgia lost Akinola Ogunbiyi a 4-star offensive guard on June 23 who flipped to Texas A&M. However, the de-commitment is understandable because his mother has some health issues, and he chose to be closer to her.

  • Fansided: Three 2020 Georgia football offensive line prospects that could commit

    Since Sam Pittman joined the Georgia football staff, the offensive linemen recruiting has been incredible.

    For the 2020 class, the Bulldogs currently hold the No. 4 overall and the No. 3 SEC class on 247Sports Composite team rankings.

    The current offensive linemen committed to the Dawgs are 5-star offensive tackle Boderick Jones, 4-star offensive tackle Tate Ratledge, and 4-star offensive tackle Joshua Braun.

    Georgia lost Akinola Ogunbiyi a 4-star offensive guard on June 23 who flipped to Texas A&M. However, the de-commitment is understandable because his mother has some health issues, and he chose to be closer to her.

  • UGA Wire: Georgia's Cordy Glenn to play larger role for Bengals after Jonah Williams' injury

    Former Georgia Bulldog offensive tackle Cordy Glenn is going to need to step up for the Cincinnati Bengals in 2019. He initially switched from tackle to guard after the Bengals selected Jonah Williams. Now, he may switch back to left tackle after Williams, the Alabama Crimson Tide product, suffered a severe shoulder injury:

    The Bengals traded for Glenn during the 2018 off-season. Glenn has previously been successful as a left tackle for the Buffalo Bills, but was reportedly moving to left guard before today's news. NFL.com's Ian Rapoport described the Bengals' tackle situation before the Williams injury.

    The Bengals selected Jonah Williams with the 11th pick of the 2019 NFL Draft.

  • UGA Wire: Dawgs hopeful to land 2020 No. 1 ranked CB

    Kirby Smart and the Bulldogs are ready to make another recruiting splash after receiving a third crystal ball prediction for the five-star, number 1 ranked 2020 cornerback Kelee Ringo.

    Ringo, the 6'2" 205 lb corner out of Scottsdale, Arizona, now has three crystal balls for Texas and three for Georgia.

    The dawgs are coming off an offseason of massive losses on both sides of the ball.

  • Fansided: Georgia Football keeps plucking Florida talent out of Sunshine State

    Usually, Georgia football locks down the state of Georgia by getting all the Peach State kids to stay home. However, since Kirby Smart took over, he has not only taken over Georgia but Florida as well.

    In 2016, he nabbed three out of the Sunshine state with 3-star Solomon Kindley from Jacksonville, Fla., 4-star Riley Ridley from Deerfield Beach Fla., and 5-star Isaac Nauta from IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla.

    Granted Nauta's originally from Buford, Ga., so we will go with two officially from Florida and three that played high school ball there.

    For 2017, Georgia grabbed three players out of Florida.

  • UGA Wire: UGA target, four-star DT announces commitment date

    Kirby Smart and the Georgia Bulldogs will be looking to add another commitment to their impressive class of 2020 this Saturday. Four-star defensive tackle Darrion Henry announced his commitment date today:

    Henry would be an excellent addition to Georgia's class of 2020 defensive line. Unfortunately, Henry hails from Ohio and is expected to stay in his home state and attend Ohio State.

    You never know until a recruit commits. Kirby Smart may be able to pull off some more magic. With a 6-4, 279 lbs frame, Henry could help beef up the defensive trenches for the Dawgs.

  • UGA Wire: CBS Sports includes three Bulldogs on top-100 NFL players of 2019

    Pete Prisco of CBS Sports has released Top 100 players in the NFL list, and it included three former Bulldogs.

    Georgia great Todd Gurley, now with the Los Angeles Rams, checked in at No. 29 on the list, making him the fourth highest running back. Saquon Barkely. Ezekiel Elliott and Alvin Kamara ranked above Gurley.

    "He would be higher on this list were it not for the knee concerns. If he's healthy, he's a top-15 player. Big if," Prisco wrote.

    AJ Green was in at No. 31 on the list, ranking as the No.

  • UGA Wire: 4-star OL flips commitment from Georgia

    Georgia's 2020 recruiting class has been building an absolute wall on the offensive line, however, on Sunday night that wall took a bit of a hit.

    The Dawgs lost a commitment from 4-star offensive guard Akinola Ogunbiyi on Thursday night (Sugar Land, TX), flipping back to his home-state Texas A&M Aggies.

    Ogunbiyi's decision to flip to the Aggies had little to do with football. He told Dawgnation that his mother had a stroke and he wanted to be closer to home.

    "This decision was bigger than football - my Mom had a stroke back in March 2018," Ogunbiyi said.

  • Fansided: Georgia Football: Next Dawg up in receiving room with JJ Holloman gone

    JJ Holloman is no longer on the Georgia football team. Head coach Kirby Smart announced on Friday in a Covington News article that broke the news that he is no longer on the team because of what happened.

    He allegedly hit the victim on April 22, 2018, but the victim went to the police department on June 2, to report the assault.

    While the mistake happened and losing Holloman is a blow, it is not the death of the 2019 team.

    Holloman had 24 catches for 418 yards and five touchdowns last season and was the Dawgs leading returning wideout.

  • Fansided: June, more like a speed race for Georgia Football

    Georgia football added Corey Wren to its 2020 class on June 21 giving the Bulldogs its fifth commit for June.

    According to 247Sports Composite rankings, Wren ranks as the No. 35 ATH and the No. 23 prospect in Louisianna.

    He is a 5-9 170-pound athlete from John Curtis High School in New Orleans, La.

    Wren's pledge is the second of the week after Marcus Rosemy committed to the Dawgs earlier.

    It came down to Georgia and Houston for Wren's final two. He took his official visit to Houston on June 14 and was in the Classic City during the scavenger hunt weekend.

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