Will produce first rankings at end of October, then weekly.
Nothing has happened to Tramel Terry. He's working at safety and trying to earn a spot on the field. He hasn't to this point. Richt said he's talked to him about giving himself time to adjust to the new position.
My take on Ray Drew is he's a good kid who's working hard to give his new coaches what they want. To date, he hasn't been able to give them that. But he's a gamer and the Dogs are going to get him in. If he responds like he has the last couple of years, he'll make some plays and see his playing time increased.
Scott-Wesley's is a marijuana code violation, so it'll be one game.
There is a 0% chance you'll see JSW. Not only is he not ready physically, but he's also expected to be suspended.
Preseason rankings are very unscientific, based mostly on tradition and maybe returning starters and stuff like that. Why 12? I don't know. It's good if you're in the top 20 because it's easier to get in the mix the at the end. But as Auburn showed last season, it's not a prerequisite.
Yes, I think so. The only reason UGA used directional kicks is the coaches weren't confident Morgan could kick 'em deep enough. He seems to be proving to them he can do it consistently. And Richt has said he'd prefer to just kick touchbacks if they can.
OK, folks. That was a lot of fun. I think I answered every question that wasn't ridiculous. Think I'll go soak my fingers in Epsom salt. ... Back to 11:30 a.m. next Thursday. See y'all then!
Dogs beat Clemson by a touchdown.
Nick's not necessarily having a better camp, he just had the better scrimmage and knocked Merritt Hall on his keister on video.
Yes, Georgia can throw the ball (see last 14 years).
Answered earlier but I'd say Bennett, Conley and Mitchell when they're all well. Good group.
Top Dawg, I was telling some other scribes the other day, I think Jacob Park looks REAL good. Reminds me of kaepernick in his tall and lanky body type and athleticism. QB battle after this season is going to be real interesting because Park, Ramsey and Bauta all look good and have different attributes. Then you add the 5-star from Washington. Future is bright.
Mark Richt is Mark Richt and I think we all know who that is at this point. Pruitt definitely gets after it and I think they're a good combination. But let's see a few games before we start erecting Jeremy Pruitt statues.
I'm expecting Jordan Jenkins to have a huge year. SPOILER ALERT: I picked him as one of my five Bulldogs to watch in our preseason football edition, which comes out a week from Sunday.
Beth, there is always a chance. Who all picked FSU and Auburn to be in the title game last year?
I think Bauta has won the No. 2 job, but I'm not making the decision. We'll see.
With regard to Terry, one thing you need to know, these coaches want to win and they want to get the most out of players. They're not going to make a move like that unless they're either not getting what they want at one position or need more at another. There are no agendas in this dog-eat-dog game of SEC football.
Gaillard was a 4-star prospect and I wouldn't imagine Georgia is expecting to get a bunch out of him this season. But I could be wrong.
They'll get around to all 14.
Biggest hold up is Georgia fans stepping up and saying we want an IPF to stay competitive in the SEC and writing some big checks to make sure it happens.
Georgia will be in a four-man front probably half the time. That was the case last year, too.
I'm guessing both Michel and Chubb play this season. But you probably don't want them playing a lot. Best bet for Dogs is Gurley and Marshall stay healthy.