Despite 35 ex-Bulldogs on active NFL rosters in 2012, Georgia hopes to finally end an eight-year drought since a Dawg defender became a first-round pick.
Largely whiffing on the Peach State's best recruits doesn't mean the Georgia Bulldogs have been doomed. Contrarily, UGA excels in spite of that.
Nick Saban and John Calipari are opposites personality-wise. But when it comes to building and maintaining an elite program, the coaches have a lot of similiarities.
Alabama and head coach Nick Saban continue to pick from the best of the best recruits because they win national titles and send a large group of players to the NFL.
Considered a top-five NFL Draft prospect, junior LB Jarvis Jones mostly talks about the good things at Georgia.
Alabama will get some much-needed workouts for reserve players like Gene Smith as the Crimson Tide prepare for the NCS national title game.
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.
Georgia is prepared to reward defensive coordinator Todd Grantham with a two-year contract extension.
The son of a late NFL player, UGA target Orlando Brown Jr. shares his father's mythological nickname and propensity for mauling opponents.
Former UGA tackle Cordy Glenn leads a group of Bulldogs alumni looking to be drafted before the end of the week.
DawgNation catches up with former participants of The Opening to find out whether they would recommend to up-and-coming prospects their participation in other notable camps in hopes of earning an invite this year.
Former UGA tight end Orson Charles has taken stock of where tight ends are typically selected in the NFL draft. He is determined to stay patient and work hard. And, he says, 'I just want a job.'
Possible first-round pick Cordy Glenn dramatically improved his draft stock by returning for his senior season at Georgia, showing off a versatility on the line that NFL teams can't ignore.
Twelve former Bulldogs attempted to put forth their most draft-worthy efforts Monday at UGA's pro day, hoping to wow 46 scouts and team personnel from 30 NFL teams.
DawgNation looks at the eight former Georgia Bulldogs who are showing off their skills at this week's NFL Combine.
UGA Recruit 411: Get to know QB Faton Bauta, who plans to prepare for 2012 as if he were the starting QB, because, he says, who knows? He could be.