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First and foremost, my UGA credentials: I was born in Athens, Georgia in 1976 (which, by the way was an SEC Championship year for the Dawgs). My entire family, most notably my father and grandfather, has always bled red and black, and from a very early age, no other team in any sport has held my unyielding devotion like Georgia football. I was also a student at UGA in the mid 1990's.

Now, after nearly thirty years of being a Bulldog, I pull for the Dawgs as hard as ever. Even after a move to the West coast in 2012, I continue to carry the torch.

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A Few Thoughts on the Biggest Georgia Fan I Know: My Grandfather

The following is an excerpt from a book I’ve been writing about Georgia football from a fan’s perspective. I’ve been working on this project off and on for several years, and I hope to finish it in...

A Little History on UGA and the NIT

jkmaxwell gives some of the history Georgia hoops have with the National Invitational Tournament


Georgia Basketball 2013-14

With the Georgia men’s basketball team completing its home schedule with Wednesday’s 66-45 beat down of Mississippi State, I feel it is time for a little reflection. Since we have a relative who...


Georgia Basketball: An Under the Radar Program

It’s not always easy being a Georgia basketball fan. Actually it’s rarely ever easy. Most of the time it’s kind of like rooting for Kentucky’s football team. That’s the best comparison I can...


The NFL Playoffs, From a Georgia Point of View: Championship Sunday Edition

We're down to the final four in the NFL playoffs, and most of the Bulldog heavy teams have been eliminated. Cincinnati, which has the most former Dawgs, lost in the first round to San Diego....

Mark Richt: Should He Stay or Should He Go?

Reader jkmaxwell gives a long and well reasoned take on the never ending Mark Richt has lost control of his seat temperature thing.

NFL Playoffs: What Dawgs are still playing

jkmaxwell lets us know which former Dawgs are still playing games in the NFL playoffs that start today.

Ghosts of Bowl Games Past, Part IX: Last year

jkmaxwell continues the series bringing us all the way to last year's Sunshine state showdown with the Cornhuskers.

Ghosts of Bowl Games Past, Part VIII: UGA vs. A&M

jkmaxwell refreshes our memories about the old Independence Bowl showdown with Texas A&M

Ghosts of Bowl Games Past, Part VII: 08 Sugar

jkmaxwell discusses Georgia's humiliation of Hawai'i

Ghosts of Bowl Games Past: The 2006 Sugar Bowl.

Warning: To this point, all of my posts in this series have featured games eventually won by Georgia. It the interest of balance, I felt it necessary to include at least a game or two that didn’t...

Ghosts of Bowl Games Past: 2003 Sugar Bowl

jkmaxwell recaps the 2003 Sugar Bowl between Georgia and Florida St.

Ghosts of Bowl Games Past, Part IV: 2000 Outback

jkmaxwell continues the excellent series looking back at past bowl games. This time takes us to the very first sporting event in the U.S. in this millennia, the 2000 Outback Bowl between Georgia and Purdue.

Ghosts of Bowl Games Past: 98 Peach

jkmaxwell continues the series reviewing Jim Donnan's Dawgs showdown with the Virginia Cavaliers in Atlanta


Ghosts of Bowl Games Past: 93 Citrus

jkmaxwell continues the series on old bowl games for the Dawgs


Ghosts of Bowl Games Past: Dogs vs. Hogs in 87

jkmaxwell gives us some history learning.


Bowl Update: 'Dawgs Returning To The Gator?

Dawg Sports reader jkmaxwell takes a look at the likely bowl scenarios, and how match ups could make the difference.


Reflecting on a crazy season, and remembering a legend

Another week, another heart-stopping finish. We should be used to this by now. After all, how many games this season have come down to the final seconds? Clemson, LSU, Tennessee, Vanderbilt,...


Forget the Clean, Old-Fashioned Part; It's Just Hate

While there are many things to love about college football, my personal favorite is the rivalries. The sport is defined by the great traditions and memories created by one team facing another...


A Few Thoughts on a Saturday in Athens

I don’t get a chance to attend many Georgia games. Most of the time I end up watching on television. But once, or sometimes twice a season, a ticket will somehow find its way into my possession...

Senior Day

jkmaxwell gives us a run down of the seniors we'll be honoring Saturday against Kentucky.


Five Things I Noticed in Between Cursing, Cheering, and Having My Insides Ripped Out.

Knock the ball down. That’s all you have to do. Knock the ball down! That’s what you’re supposed to do on a hail mary pass. Don’t try to catch it, just knock it down. Unfortunately for Georgia,...


Georgia vs Auburn: Another Instant Classic?

Reader and commenter jkmaxwell goes over some of the many classic battles held on the gridiron between Georgia and Auburn.


Todd Gurley: To Play or Not to Play

Last Saturday saw Georgia post a huge win over Florida. This week, the Dawgs step out of Conference to face Appalachian State. While any game can be a potential stumbling block, Georgia should...


Game Balls

With Saturday’s 23-20 win over Florida, the Dawgs accomplished something that no Georgia team in more than twenty years had been able to do: win three consecutive games in the series. The last...


How to beat Florida

jkmaxwell gives us his tips on how Georgia can defeat the Gators.


Top Ten Wins of the Mark Richt Era

Top Ten Wins of the Mark Richt Era

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