Junkyard Blawg 

Lifelong Bulldog Bill King offers a fan's perspective on UGA sports

Dawgs have to learn to deal with early success, rapid rise

  • 11:15 am Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014 by Bill King

I’ve noticed a mild debate among fans online about just how much celebration there should be over the defeat of Clemson and Georgia’s rapid rise in the polls.

Many are taking the tack of Mark Richt, noting that it’s just one game and a long season remains, including some pretty tough challenges. As one fan put it in commenting on the Blawg, “Time to slow it down a tad. I suggest that everyone and team watch 1st half of 2012 Carolina game, before our heads burst.”

Others are just enjoying the ride as the talking heads of ESPN proclaim the Dogs an early [More]

UGA vs. Notre Dame? Check. Now, bring on Texas!

  • 3:07 pm Saturday, June 28th, 2014 by Bill King
Gerogia Texas Helmets

With the long-rumored Georgia-Notre Dame home-and-home football scheduling deal finally a reality this week, a lot of UGA supporters are already planning on trying to be among the 8,000 Bulldog fans who’ll get tickets to the Sept. 9, 2017, game in South Bend.

With the two schools only having played once before (and that resulting in a national championship for the Bulldogs), a regular season pairing of Georgia and Notre Dame is a dream matchup.

And while it’s true such big-time scheduling deals offer enough complications (mainly loss of one home game) that you’re not likely to see them on an every-season [More]

Just how high should ‘high expectations’ for Mark Richt’s Dawgs go in 2014?

  • 11:15 pm Wednesday, May 21st, 2014 by Bill King

What sort of football season should Georgia Bulldogs fans expect in 2014?

Speaking at his UGA Day appearance in Augusta earlier this week, The Augusta Chronicle reported, head coach Mark Richt said he hoped fans have “high expectations.”

“We all have high expectations for our team for our season,” Richt said. “The fact we have Hutson Mason as our starting quarterback [replacing the departed Aaron Murray] doesn’t make me feel like it can hold us back in any way. I think he’s ready for the challenge. I feel a lot better about him as a starter now that he’s done it [More]