With star QB Aaron Murray and more than a dozen other key contributors, the Class of 2009 ranks as the best in the last seven years.
Just as the Georgia offense began to heat up, so did its defense, shutting Nebraska down on its last five possessions to key a 45-31 victory in the Capital One Bowl.
Considered a top-five NFL Draft prospect, junior LB Jarvis Jones mostly talks about the good things at Georgia.
Georgia is one win away from advancing to the SEC championship, and the Bulldogs know they need faster starts on offense to reach their goals.
After a gut-wrenching loss to South Carolina on Saturday, Aaron Murray had bigger things to worry about when he learned his father faced surgery to remove a cancerous thyroid.
The notable "But what about ...?" part of spring practice and fall camp was Georgia's O-line, but three games into the season the unit is developing strong relationships, communication and a key willingness to rely on one another.
With more than 700 yards of offense and big plays from all levels of the depth chart, the Georgia Bulldogs won easily to improve to 3-0.
Georgia freshman OLB Jordan Jenkins hasn't downshifted since arriving on campus this summer, and while he's blowing past senior O-linemen, it all reminds one All-American OLB of himself.
It wasn't long into the game against Kentucky that Georgia's defense knew it was all on them. After a lackluster first quarter, they buckled down and saved the day.
Forced to go deep at wide receiver because of injuries, Dawgs find more playmakers.
Georgia's special teams nearly cost the Bulldogs against Vanderbilt, and continued lapses will not bode well against the Gators.
Players on both sides of the rivalry begin hearing about the Georgia-Florida game during the recruiting process.
The Dawgs get a lot of questions about the recent history of a rivalry with the Gators that has been very one-sided. They say their focuse is on the now.
Georgia has gotten used to playing without its full complement, so the first half agaisnt Florida, with two starters serving SEC suspensions, shouldn't be too bad.
A big win at Knoxville pushes Georgia to 4-2 and has the Bulldogs positioned well in the SEC East race.
With one sack through three games, Georgia's pass rush had critics buzzing. Todd Grantham said he knew his defense could get to the QB, and it did against Ole Miss on Saturday.