The Alex Wood Trade: A Fan’s Perspective

July 31, 2015 Timothy Peacock 2

News of the Alex Wood trade, as it started to come down Wednesday night, disappointed me greatly. Micah Smith offered an incredibly good opinion on the validity of the trade from a team building standpoint. I'm not here to try to argue the other side of it, or even address the value of the trade…

Georgia/ Vanderbilt from 30,000 feet

October 5, 2014 Timothy Peacock 0

Saturday was a classic "soft spot" on the Georgia schedule. After a 60 minute contest against an improving rival in Tennessee and before a pivotal road "pay back" game against Missouri, Georgia hosted the hapless Vanderbilt Commodores. This group from Nashville is not very good, even by historical Vanderbilt standards. It's actually striking just how…

Georgia/ Tennessee from 30,000 Feet

September 29, 2014 Timothy Peacock 0

First of all, I apologize for being a day late with this. Saturday was a little scary for Georgia fans, to say the least. A loss to Tennessee would have put the Bulldogs squarely behind the 8-ball in the SEC East. No Georgia team has ever lost to two Eastern division foes and still won…

Georgia/ South Carolina from 30,000 Feet

September 15, 2014 Timothy Peacock 0

A week or so ago on this site, I predicted a 24-20 Georgia win. The 73 total points scored in the game surprised me, but the fact that it was a 60 minute contest that swung on 2 or 3 plays did not. That's the nature of SEC football, particularly when a home underdog has…

Remembering Columbia trips past….

September 8, 2014 Timothy Peacock 3

It's Monday night now. Five days from right now, we'll know the outcome of Georgia @ South Carolina. Either the Gamecocks will be virtually eliminated from the SEC race while it's still hot outside, or the Dawgs will suffer a major set back in their own quest to reach Atlanta. It's always a war over…

Georgia/ Clemson from 30,000 Feet

September 1, 2014 Timothy Peacock 0

Saturday represented one of the most anticipated season openers in recent memory for the University of Georgia. Between the hire of Jeremy Pruitt and the revamping of the defensive staff, to the return of Todd Gurley and a whole stable of wide receivers, Georgia fans are right to be optimistic about 2014. For me personally,…

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