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  1. DawgNation links: Williams' voice carried

    Recruiting Nation staff

    David Ching writes: Shawn Williams made a difference this season when he spoke out about what he perceived as soft play by his Georgia teammates. Ching: The Bulldogs hit the practice field Wednesday with refreshed, healthier bodies. Radi Nabuls...

    Blog | December 13, 2012
  2. TideNation, DawgNation links

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    Roundtable: DawgNation and TideNation staffers discuss the keys to Saturday's game, the two QBs, some big recruiting misses between UGA/Bama and more. David Ching writes: Georgia defensive leader Jarvis Jones doesn't expect too many one-on-one pa...

    Blog | November 28, 2012
  3. DawgNation links: Blackout, indeed

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    David Ching writes: Georgia is still looking to avenge its 2008 loss to Alabama -- when the team and fans wore black, but only eclipsed its own momentum while the Tide saw the light. Ching : This season's Bulldogs found a way to bounce back from...

    Blog | November 27, 2012
  4. DawgNation links: Gurley overshadowed

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    David Ching writes: Running back Todd Gurley is among the best freshmen in the history of the SEC, even if he's likely to finish as runner-up to Texas A&M's Johnny Manziel for freshman of the year honors. Kipp Adams writes: Defensive back Bren...

    Blog | November 20, 2012
  5. DawgNation links: Defending option

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    David Ching writes: There's no 'Amen Corner' stretch of tough, late games on SEC schedules anymore. With many of the conference's heavyweights preparing to face their biggest rivals next weekend, most opted to squeeze in an FCS opponent this Saturday...

    Blog | November 14, 2012
  6. DawgNation links: Defending the option

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    David Ching writes: Georgia is no stranger to the triple option employed by neighboring Georgia Southern and Georgia Tech, but it's still a tricky challenge to defend. Ching : Scouting report capsule on Ga. Southern. Radi Nabulsi writes : 2015 ...

    Blog | November 13, 2012
  7. DawgNation links: Weak starts for D

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    David Ching writes: Georgia defensive coordinator Todd Grantham likes the way his players have closed out games, but he wants to see the unit start better. Ching: Tuesday evening, Bulldogs teammates had their opportunity to respond to safety Shawn...

    Blog | October 24, 2012
  8. DawgNation links: King vs. UF

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    David Ching writes: WR Tavarres King tends to play big against rival Florida. Georgia might need it again this year against the nation's undefeated No. 2 team. Ching : Kentucky was shockingly successful running against Georgia on third-and-long in...

    Blog | October 22, 2012
  9. DawgNation links: Starting over

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    David Ching: WR Tavarres King is among the Bulldogs who say coming out of the bye they must forget the stinging loss to South Carolina. Radi Nabulsi writes (with video): LB Amarlo Herrera grades the UGA defense and looks at the remainder of the se...

    Blog | October 15, 2012
  10. DawgNation links: Bama on Kamara's mind

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    David Ching writes : Perhaps the biggest feel-good story in Georgia's first six games was the performance by the Bulldogs' new 1-2 punch at tailback from freshmen Todd Gurley and Keith Marshall. DawgNation grades their performance leading into UGA's ...

    Blog | October 09, 2012
  11. DawgNation links: Bulldogs vs. Gamecocks

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    David Ching writes : Last year's fourth-quarter collapse and overtime loss against the South Carolina Gamecocks are back at the forefront of the Bulldogs' minds. Ching : Amid a sloppy win over Tennessee, freshman RB Keith Marshall stood out and bo...

    Blog | October 01, 2012
  12. DawgNation links: UGA-UT on, off field

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    David Ching writes : Talented Tennessee comes to Athens on Saturday and poses a bit of a trap-game problem before taking on border rival and No. 6-ranked South Carolina. It's a pratfall to which the Dawgs fell in 2004, and one of five storylines to w...

    Blog | September 27, 2012
  13. DawgNation links: Depth at WR

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    David Ching writes : Michael Bennett knows one week he could be the star wide receiver, while another week a teammate will shine -- and says it's a strength for UGA's offense with QB Aaron Murray and offensive coordinator Mike Bobo. Ching : Freshm...

    Blog | September 26, 2012
  14. DawgNation links: Mitchell's two-way role

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    David Ching writes: Malcolm Mitchell could soon return to two-way-threat status and get more touches on offense as suspended players return to the defense. Kipp Adams writes: ESPN 300 ATH and South Carolina commit Brendan Langley visits Georgia ...

    Blog | September 24, 2012
  15. DawgNation links: Murray's deep game

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    David Ching writes: Quarterback Aaron Murray has worked out the kinks he suffered with the deep-passing game last season - and Georgia's offense is thriving. Kipp Adams writes: South Carolina cornerback commit Brendan Langley, who had favored Geo...

    Blog | September 19, 2012
  16. DawgNation links: LB Jenkins arrives

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    David Ching writes: Jordan Jenkins was thought of as the next Jarvis Jones -- but the freshman linebacker wasn't expected to be counted on this soon. Radi Nabulsi writes: Running back Chris Jordan (Thomson, Ga./Thomson) was not exactly on the rad...

    Blog | September 18, 2012