Junkyard Blawg 

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

If Richt likes rotating QBs, why the hesitancy?

  • 11:18 pm Sunday, October 5th, 2014 by Bill King
Mark Richt is being coy about whether Brice Ramsey will continue to get designated series. (Brant Sanderlin / AJC)

Some random notes and observations from Georgia’s win over Vanderbilt and a topsy-turvy weekend in college football …

Brice Ramsey seems to have definitely settled in to the No. 2 QB position for the Dogs (Faton Bauta only got in for one play against Vandy, a 1-yard loss on a keeper), and Ramsey’s initial appearance on the third series of the game was scripted in advance.

He made a couple of passes and overthrew several others (he was a bit pumped up, which is to be expected), but generally seemed sure of himself and, frankly, looked better making fakes than starter Hutson [More]

Fan talk: Offensive line talent, defensive backfield concerns, true silver britches and Jacksonville! (Updated)

  • 10:51 am Saturday, May 17th, 2014 by Bill King

Let’s get straight to some of this week’s Junkyard Mail. …

Larry Tucker writes: Bill, Any thoughts on why we seem to miss out on so many O-Line prospects? This year the state is loaded and already the top 5 are committed to out of state schools. When was the last time we have had an O-Lineman go in the first round of the draft?

First of all, Larry, I think it’s way too early to be fretting about the 2015 recruiting class. However, you’re not alone in worrying about how the OL will perform this coming season, particularly considering all [More]

Mark Richt’s incredible shrinking football team

  • 11:17 am Wednesday, May 14th, 2014 by Bill King
Shaq Wiggins makes a play during the G-Day game.  (Hyosub Shin / AJC)

We were in Chapel Hill late last week for my son’s graduation from UNC (he already has two degrees from UGA) when one of his old Athens roommates tweeted the news that Shaq Wiggins was transferring.

It came as a bit of a surprise considering Wiggins provided some of the few brights spots in Georgia’s secondary last season despite some inconsistent play, but then again the news wasn’t really a bolt out of the blue considering new defensive coordinator/secondary coach Jeremy Pruitt started a walk-on over Wiggins in the G-Day game.

That was probably a major factor in his decision to leave, [More]