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Looking Back - 2017 Running Backs - How Did Georgia Do?

We could talk about the history of running backs at The University of Georgia until we're blue in the face. Most Dawg fans could recite names, awards, and stats in their sleep. The prestige of the running back position at UGA is unmatched. As Ric Flair would say, "often imitated, but never duplicated". We can go on and on talking about the RB-U tradition at Georgia, but I'm going to end this introduction like D'Andre Swift's dad was ready to end the Auburn Tigers: Georgia identified D'

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Jason Brassell in Looking Back

Looking Back - 2018 Receivers - How Did Georgia Do?

The University of Georgia is known for having some of the best running backs in the history of college football. From Herschel Walker to Nick Chubb, there's no college football program around that can compare to the excellence that has come from that position in Athens, Georgia. Each player that has come through and toted the rock for the Georgia Bulldogs did it with their own unique capabilities. Each recruit that comes in understands the importance of continuing the tradition set by the absolu

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Jason Brassell in Looking Back

Looking Back - 2018 Defensive Tackle - How Did Georgia Do?

It's always fun to look back and review the recruiting choices that Georgia made. There are always going to be guys that you can look back on and say "man, I wish we would have gone after him", especially in-state guys. We're never going to say UGA was wrong in signing a player that came to Athens and gave his all to help the team. If they came here, put in the work, stayed out of trouble, then I believe they deserve some respect for that. We'll never be the type of site to bash our own, whether

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Jason Brassell in Looking Back

Looking Back - 2019 Running Back - How Did Georgia Do?

Every Sunday from here on out, I'm going to go back and see how UGA fared on the recruiting trail according to how our payers' stats stand up against top targets that went elsewhere. Of course this isn't meant to be anything to diminish our guys or how much they mean to our program. They're Dawgs and we appreciate every single one of them. We just want to see how UGA's choice stacks up against guys that wanted to come here and we didn't have room and guys that chose to go elsewhere. We probably

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