Georgia missed on landing a top-ten back in 2013. With seven targets in the 2014 class, the Bulldogs are focused on landing some big-name backs.
USC's track record in non-marquee December bowl games isn't very good, so Trojans fans might want to be wary of their Sun Bowl matchup with Georgia Tech.
Alabama used its offensive line to plow its way through Georgia on the road to the BCS title game. Now, the Tide know they face another battle with the Irish.
Alabama nose tackle Jesse Williams embodied the Tide's perseverance in winning the SEC Championship game against Georgia, as he fought through an injury to impact the victory.
Georgia Bulldogs wilted under the power of Alabama, but still came just seconds from their BCS championship goal.
DawgNation writers David Ching and Radi Nabulsi stop by the TideNation Roundtable this week to discuss the Georgia Bulldogs and the SEC title game.
Arkansas, Auburn and Tennessee are among programs looking for new coaches. Those new coaches are entering an SEC that's as powerful at the top as ever with six 10-win programs.
After Alabama's "Blackout" rout of Georgia in 2008 reversed the directions of both programs, the Bulldogs get a second chance. Now the roles have switched up.
Freshmen running backs have factored heavily into Alabama and Georgia's runs to SEC Championship game -- T.J. Yeldon for the Tide, Todd Gurley and Keith Marshall for the Dawgs.
Todd Grantham has built Georgia's 3-4 defense much like one of his mentor's. The UGA defensive coordinator will face Nick Saban for the first time a the college level Saturday.
Zach Mettenberger, who transferred to play for the Tigers, could see a quick rise in his first season playing at LSU, similar to that of Bama's efficient passer.
The nation's No. 2 prospect schedules an afternoon press conference, during which it's possible he'll decommit from Bama.
The ESPN 150 athlete from Marietta, Ga., says his heart is with Alabama -- but Georgia is among four SEC East schools next on his list.
ESPN 100 star Devonta Pollard finally signed with Alabama on Friday.
Despite missing warmups at the NFTC due to some bad GPS guidance, ESPN 150 CB Brendan Langley performed well enough to earn a coveted invite to The Opening.
ESPN 150 running back Alvin Kamara said Saturday he plans to join Reuben Foster and Tray Matthews at either Alabama or Georgia, once his fellow ESPN 150 members decide which one is going to flip.