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ImYourHuckleberry - Recap of Week 1 of Spring Practice Coach Shotty a Hit - In Brian Schottenheimer's 1st week on the practice field with the team it is clear that the players have taken to him.  When players have been allowed to speak publicly there is nothing but positives about Coach Shotty and it feels very similar to the feel...

ImYourHucklelberry - Spring Practice Day 1 - Football is Back! Yes, March Madness is here and the Bulldog Nation is excited to have the Dawgs back in the "Big Dance" but the smell of football is back in the air.  Spring Practice means so much in the State of Georgia.  It is the signal that winter is officially over in the South, the Masters is only a month...

Back to the Future in the SEC East in 2015? The SEC East looks like a division in the midst of a swing in power as spring practice opens across the country.In the nineties and early 2000's the SEC East was absolutely dominated by Florida and Tennessee and the rest of the East couldn't come close to keeping up.  It was until 2002 when...

ImYourHuckleberry - 8 Player Predictions for Spring Practice #1 - Keith Marshall is a Stud - All the talk at the running back position is about  Nick Chubb and Sony Michel but Marshall is finally 100% healthy and has a different gear than Chubb or Michel.  Don't be surprised if Marshall goes off for a big G-Day game.#2 - Shattle Fenteng Becomes #1...

ImYourHuckleberry - 8 Predictions for UGA Spring Practice #1 - Keith Marshall is a Stud - All the talk at the running back position is about  Nick Chubb and Sony Michel but Marshall is finally 100% healthy and has a different gear than Chubb or Michel.  Don't be surprised if Marshall goes off for a big G-Day game.#2 -...

ImYourHuckleberry - 5 Keys for UGA During Spring Practice #1 - Quarterback Battle - The Bulldogs come into Spring Practice with proven commodities at nearly every position other than QB.  The competition will be a 3-Way battle between Brice Ramsey, Jacob Park and Faton Bauta.  With Coach Shotty came a blank slate and it is a wide open...

#65 - Kendall Baker - Review & Looking Forward I consider Kendall Baker the biggest wildcard on the offensive line under new OL coach Rob Sale.  UGA has...

#64 - Jake Edwards - Review & Looking Forward Edwards was one of the best stories of the Class of 2014 for the Bulldogs.  A young man who dreamed of being a Bulldog and worked his ass off in the weight room and on...

#60 - Josh Cardiello - Review & Looking Forward Josh Cardiello is now entering his third season on campus at UGA and this is the first year where a true opportunity has presented itself for Josh.  Josh was brought to Athens to play either C or OG and...

#59 - Jordan Jenkins - Review & Looking Forward Jenkins was the most underrated and under-appreciated player by the fan base and pundits in general in 2014.  Jordan was the Bulldogs best player and nobody else was even close.  However, it seems that he has been overshadowed by the flashier Leonard Floyd and now Lorenzo Carter.  Each...

#55 - Dyshon Sims - Review & Looking Forward Coming out of HS, Sims was one of the most athletic offensive lineman the Bulldogs had signed in the last several years.  At 6'4 275 pounds with long arms and a great first step he certainly looked like he had the potential to develop into a very good SEC offensive lineman in a few years....

#53 - Lamont Galliard - Review & Looking Forward 2014 was a redshirt year for the highly touted four star recruit from North Carolina.  When Lamont arrived in Athens it was pretty quickly decided that he would need a redshirt season because he needed to reshape his body and replace bad weight with good weight.  He also needed to elevate his...

#45 Reggie Carter - Review & Looking Forward Much like Kimbrough, Reggie Carter was not going to see a ton of the field on defense in 2014 barring injury to Herrera or Wilson.  However, when on the field Carter did some very impressive things.  He was solid against the run and did a very good job tackling.  However, where he perhaps looked...

#42 - Tim Kimbrough - Season Review & Looking Forward 2014 was a very good season for Kimbrough.  It was always known that he would not play a huge role on defense barring injury to Herrera or Wilson but when on the field Kimbrough had some flash plays.  He is a stoutly built middle linebacker with very good short area burst and he is a thumper.  On...

#45 - Reggie Carter - Review & Looking Forward Much like Kimbrough, Reggie Carter was not going to see a ton of the field on defense in 2014 barring injury to Herrera or Wilson.  However, when on the field Carter did some very impressive things.  He was solid against the run and did a very good job tackling.  However, where he perhaps looked...

#42 - Tim Kimbrough - Review & Looking Forward 2014 was a very good season for Kimbrough.  It was always known that he would not play a huge role on defense barring injury to Herrera or Wilson but when on the field Kimbrough had some flash plays.  He is a stoutly built middle linebacker with very good short area burst and he is a thumper.  On...

ImYourHucklelberry - State of the UGA Football Program With Signing Day now behind us and the Class of 2015 complete it is officially the start of a new season.  Offseason workouts are well underway with Coach Hocke implementing a new way of training and preparing the minds and bodies of the team.  The offensive players are feverishly studying the...

#37 - Devin Bowman - Season Review & Looking Forward In 2014 Bowman found himself on top of the depth chart at cornerback, at the bottom and everywhere in between.  The 6'0 181 pound corner has had an up and own career in Athens and he is a young man who would like to finish his career on an up note.  The 2014 season showed flashes of Bowman's...

#35 - Aaron Davis - Review & Looking Forward Davis was one of the most pleasant surprises of the 2014 season.  Nothing was expected from the walk-on but he emerged in spring practice under Jeremy Pruitt and earned overachieved all season long in a starting role.  Davis is a glue guy.  He is an incredibly intelligent football player that not...

#33 – Detric Bing-Dukes– Review & Looking Forward As was expected with two stalwart seniors returning at inside linebacker Bing-Dukes was redshirted.  He even got some looks at the fullback position with the injury of Merritt Hall but Bing-Dukes long term future is at inside linebacker.  He is downhill player with a very good initial burst and...

#31 Shattle Fenteng - Review & Looking Forward When Fenteng signed with the Bulldogs he was expected to come in and make an instant impact.  After some promising signs early his season was derailed by a shoulder injury that led to a medical redshirt.  From the limited information out there it appears his recovery is progressing well and he...

#28 Tramel Terry - Review & Looking Forward Although it was not evident on Saturdays, Tramel Terry made some big strides as a defensive back in 2014.  It has been a difficult transition for Terry to convert from a dynamic offensive weapon to the defensive side of the ball after tearing his ACL in an all-star game.  Terry has had to learn...

#26 - Malcolm Mitchell - Review & Looking Forward 2014 was a very frustrating year for Malcolm.  He had an outstanding spring and was finally healthy and then in fall practice right before the season he tweaks his knee again.  He missed the first four games of the season and when he returned he was never quite his explosive self.  The explosion...

#24 – Dominick Sanders – Review & Looking Forward Dominick Sanders was the first “Pruitt Guy” for UGA.  Upon Pruitt's arrival in Athens the Tucker HS standout was one of Pruitt's priority targets.  Pruitt was a big fan of Sanders ball skills and his speed but I don't think anyone could have projected the impact he would have as a true freshmen....

#23 – Shakenneth Williams – Review & Looking Forward In 2014 Shakenneth surprisingly saw the field as a true freshmen after injuries had a major impact once again on the Georgia receiving corps.  His playing time was limited but when on the field you saw a combination of size, speed and fluidity that looked very promising.  Also, he did an...

#22 – Brendan Douglas – Review & Looking Forward The 2014 season was an up and down ride for Douglas.  He had a bigger role than anyone could have predicted in 2013 with the injuries to Gurley and Marshall and then in 2014 his role was expected to be taken over by a pair of 5-Star Freshmen and a healthy Gurley and Marshall ahead of him....

#17 – Davin Bellamy – Review & Looking Forward 2014 was a year of what if's for Bellamy.  The 6'5 251 OLB had an excellent spring and even better fall camp but had trouble getting on the field with Jenkins, Floyd and Carter ahead of him.  As I have mentioned the Bulldogs have an embarrassment of riches at OLB on the roster.  Bellamy saw time...

#13 - Jonathan Ledbetter - Review & Looking Forward Ledbetter has already arrived on campus as an early enrollee and has been told he will wear #13 during his Bulldog career.  During his senior season at Tucker HS Ledbetter played all over the field but primarily at defensive end and tight end.  Regardless of position Ledbetter was a man amongst...

Health calendar In January, Low winter, a dramatic increase in risk of myocardial infarction (ami). The elderly and coronary heart disease risk groups once symptoms such as chest tightness, heart palpitations, angina pectoris, should be timely call "120". Angina pectoris not only show the area before the heart...

#8 – Blake Tibbs – Review & Looking Forward 2014 was a disappointing season for Blake. The 6'2 185 pound receiver had shown some flashes of potential in 2013 and the coaches talked about him making progress and becoming more reliable in spring and fall practice. Unfortunately, he was unable to show that progress under the bright...

#7 – Jacob Park – Review & Looking Forward Jacob Park arrived in Athens from Stratford HS in Goose Creek, SC as Mr. Football for the state of South Carolina.  The 6'4 210 pound quarterback came to Athens knowing that we was going to redshirt and embraced the opportunity to gain experience and lead the scout team offense.  Over the course...

ImYourHuckleberry - Problems @ ILB? Recruiting Update The Dawgs have exceptional athletes and potential at the OLB position this season and could potentially have an outstanding group return in 2015 if Leonard Floyd and Jordan Jenkins were to decide to return to Athens.  The inside linebacker position is much more of a question mark with Ramik...

ImYourHuckleberry - Recruiting Update/Defensive Line Talent Deficiency I would argue that the Class of 2015 is the most important recruiting class for the Bulldogs since Mark Richt has arrived in Athens.  While sitting in the stands in Jacksonville, Florida it became very clear that the Bulldogs have a severe talent deficiency at multiple positions – especially on...

ImYourHuckleberry – OL Camp Update LT1 – John TheusLT2 – Mark BeardLG1 – Brandon KublanowLG2 – Isaiah WynnC1 – David AndrewsRG1 – Greg PykeRG2 – Watts DantzlerRT1 – Kolton HoustonRT2 – Watts DantzlerUpdateThe picture is becoming clearer on the offensive line as fall...

ImYourHuckleberry - QB Camp Update #1 – Hutson Mason#2a – Faton Bauta#2b – Brice Ramsey#3 – Jacob ParkUpdateNews coming out of camp regarding the quarterbacks has been somewhat quiet and for the most part that is a good thing.  Hutson Mason is proving to be who we thought he would...

ImYourHuckleberry: Summer Schedule Primer - South Carolina Gamecocks Post Spring RankingsAthlon - #9Phil Steele - #10ESPN - #102013 Season Review & AttritionMuch like I mentioned with Clemson, the Gamecocks are coming off of one of their most successful seasons in program history finishing 11-2 and...

UGA Schedule Summer Primer – Week 1 – Clemson Tigers Post-Spring Rankings:Athlon - #21Phil Steele - #23ESPN - #222013 Season Review & AttritionThe Clemson Tigers are coming off of one of their most successful seasons in the programs recent history at 11-2 including a BCS victory...

STARTING Secondary v. Clemson? Jeremy Pruitt has made it clear that there are no starters on defense and that those decisions will be made early in fall practice after the staff has had the opportunity to evaluate the progress players made over the summer and the skill level of incoming freshmen.  However, when you look at the...

SEC Top 20 Impact Freshmen - #8 Lorenzo Carter - UGA After spring practice defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt made it clear that there is one thing he wants more than anything else on his defense - SPEED!  With Lorenzo Carter you get a ton of speed in a 6'6 238 pound frame.  By no means am I saying that Carter is Jadeveon Clowney (or going to be...

Pruitt Making INTENSE First Impression If you bleed Red & Black the reports coming out of the first two spring practices regarding Jeremy Pruitt.  There are several things that have caught my eye through two practices:(1) Tempo – The Bulldogs are practicing at a very high tempo.  There is not much standing...

Commit to the "G" or Go Somewhere Else... Enough talk about “theft by deception” and you won't hear those words mentioned again from me until a decision is made on the punishments to are handed out to those players.  Since we are moving on from that I want to address what I thought the most telling quote from Richt was in press...

ImYourHuckleberry – Richt Getting it Right, Yet Again When Richt stepped to the podium for the first press conference after spring practice he knew the first question that was going to come.  He knew it was going to be about the four players who were arrested for allegedly committing “theft by deception”.  You all know the background story by now so...

ImYourHucklebery - Arrest Means You are DONE! With the arrests of John Taylor, James DeLoach, Tray Matthews and Uriah Lemay for what allegedly appears to be check fraud if proved true all of these players have lost the privilege to wear the "G" in my mind.  If proved to be true stealing is stealing and fraud is even worse in my...

ImYourHuckleberry - #1 ESSENTIAL Key for This Spring! ~~It is too say that the #1 goal for a team in spring practice is to stay healthy.  Of course you would like to stay healthy and not lose any players for the season but that is impossible to predict and odds are if you practice and tell they guys to stay healthy more will end up getting injured...

ImYourHuckleberry - This Teams Two BIGGEST Question Marks?!?! #2 - Fundamentals - This team has a ton of athletic talent.  Sometimes it appears that players rely on their god-given abilities to get by and don't put enough work into building their fundamentals and having a solid base upon which to build upon.  A lot of the time you see that...

ImYourHuckleberry - 3 Keys for OFFENSE This Spring! #3 - Chemistry Between Mason and Receivers - Most of the top receivers on UGA roster Chris Conley, Michael Bennett and Malcom Mitchell have spent a majority of their careers catching passes from Aaron Murray.  Conley and Bennett could read what Murray was going to do before he did it and that...

ImYourHuckleberry - 4 Goals for the DEFENSE This Spring! 4 Days Until Spring Practice!!#4 – Change the Mindset – This defense needs a complete mental overhaul from the last year of the Todd Grantham era.  It was a defense that was hesitant and afraid and in the SEC that is not going to work.  This spring it is key for them to develop...

ImYourHuckleberry - 5 Players Who Need to Emerge as LEADERS! When I look at the current UGA Roster there are two players that I clearly see as leaders – David Andrews and Amarlo Herrera.  It is clear from the way teammates spoke about these two last season that they were the heart and soul of this team last year along with guys like Aaron Murray, Arthur...

ImYourHuckleberry - 6 Most Athletically GIFTED Players at UGA 6 Days Until Spring Practice!!#6 - Shaq Wiggins - Watching Shaq Wiggins last season it blew me away to watch how athletic he is.  While he may not have great top end speed or a 40+ inch vertical he does have one incredible athletic skill -...

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ImYourHuckleberry – Going BIG on the Offensive Line ~~As the Bulldogs head into spring practice there is only one person with a guaranteed starting spot on the offensive line – David Andrews.  He will be lining up at center and he will be the anchor for this unit that will be relied upon to provide leadership.  Outside of that, everything else is...

ImYourHuckleberry - 7 Position BATTLES This Spring! Only 7 days til Spring Practice so enjoy 7 Position Battles to watch this Spring!#7 - Right Tackle - There are so many options for the Bulldogs at right tackle.  Starting spring it is going to be Kolton Houston's position to lose but he is going to face strong competition...

ImYourHuckleberry - 8 Players That Could EMERGE This Spring! It is only eight days until the Bulldogs put on the shells and a new era of Georgia Bulldog football begins under Mark Richt.  There will finally be questions answered that the Bulldog Nation has been waiting for since the day Jeremy Pruitt and the entire new defensive coaching staff was hired....

Grown men will cry this week!!! It is that time of year again. We all will tremble at the thought of one of our recruit commits switching at the last moment. Georgia fans do it. Auburn fans do it. Florida and Alabama fans also. Even fans of poor ole Georgia Tech do it although they really do have the right to worry about guys...

C'Mon Man - Harvey-Clemmons Should be DISMISSED! My opinion might not be popular but I feel strong about it.  Mark Richt and Jeremy Pruitt need to set the tone for this off-season and kick Harvey-Clemmons of the team.  This is a kid with all the talent in the world but he just can't get it together off the field or on the field for that...

Recruitment Opening Up for 5-STAR Recruit? The recruitment of 6'4 225 pound outside linebacker Christian Miller from Spring Valley HS in Columbia, SC has taken a very interesting turn.  When it was made public last night that Charlie Strong was able to lure Alabama defensive line coach Chris Rumph to Texas that changed the game in...

ImYourHuckleberry - 2014 Defense - Who Starts? Who Sits? SDE - Sterling Bailey - Status:  AverageSterling Bailey was one of the breakout players in 2013.  He showed good athleticism and was also stout at the point of attack.  However he will face a lot of competition in the fall from guys like John Atkins and Toby...

ImYourHuckleberry - 2014 Offense - Who Starts? Who Sits? QB:         Hutson Mason – Status:  StrongMason has patiently waited his turn and Richt is loyal to veterans for the most part.  Brice Ramsey, Faton Bauta or Jacob Park would have to do something special in spring and fall practice in order to unseat...

Position Changes Everywhere! It looks like the Bulldogs are using Bowl Practice to do a lot of experimenting for next year and possibly to make changes before spring practice even begins.  The two most notable names that are reportedly experimenting at new positions are Tramel Terry and Brendan Langley.Tramel was...

Grantham WILL Bring Back Junkyard Dawgs Defense This season there has been a great deal of criticism surrounding the direction of the Bulldog defense.  That is no surprise given the struggles on the field from Week 1 all the way through the final game of the regular season against Georgia Tech.  Some argue that Grantham is not capable of...

Mitchell MISSED More Than You Know Georgia's season got off to an ominous start this season when Todd Gurley exploded for a 75-yard TD in the first quarter against Clemson and his teammate Malcolm Mitchell jumped to celebrate with Gurley and when he landed his ACL popped.  When those kinds of things happen part of me tends to...

ImYourHuckleberry - BIG CHANGES Ahead in 2014! It is a great time for this team to have an off week.  It is time for guys like Todd Gurley, Michael Bennett, Tray Matthews and hopefully Chris Conley and Josh Harvey-Clemons to get healthy.  It is also time for this team to get their minds right and gather themselves after all of their season...

UGA Receiver FINALLY Getting HEALTHY! One of the big gets in UGA's 2013 recruiting class was when they were able to snag the 6'5 215 pound Jonathan Rumph as one of the last members of the class.  During his season spent at community college he was known for his big frame, strong hands and deceiving speed that allowed him to make a...































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