Georgia began preparations for the Missouri Tigers Monday afternoon during the hottest part of the day. The Bulldogs looked all business as practice had a quiet before the storm feel. There wasn’t much yelling or screaming, just guys doing drills and getting feedback from the staff. Below I break down each side of the ball and my takeaways from Monday’s practice Continue Reading
Name: Lee Chisolm
Family: Rebecca Brooks Chisolm (UGA class of 1999); Charlie Chisolm (Athens Academy Class of 2021); Brooks Chisolm (Athens Academy Class of 2022)
Hometown: Born in Lookout Mountain, Tenn. Reared in Selma, Ala. Graduated high school in Newnan, Ga.
Current Town: Athens, Ga,
What Years at UGA: 1992-1996
School/Degree: Franklin College of Arts and Sciences; Bachelor of Science, cum laude in Biology
Accolades: Chief of Family Medicine Athens Regional Medical Center (2010-2015); Athens Regional Medical Executive Committee (2010-2015); Medical Director of Palliative Care at Athens Regional Medical Center (2014-2016); Athens Banner Herald Best of Athens: Best Doctor (2017)
Name: Laura Whitaker
Family: Joseph (husband), Owen (10), Finley (6), Tate (1 year)
Hometown: Marietta, Ga.
Current Town: Atlanta, Ga.
What Years at UGA: 2003-2007, 2007-2010
School/Degree: Special Education, BAEd, MAed
Profession: Executive Director, ESP
ACCOLADES: Besides being a mom and wife, my greatest honor has been serving as Executive Director of ESP for 13 years. I learned so much serving in the Leadership Georgia class of 2017, on the steering committee for Leadership Georgia and I am happy to be a UGA Alumni 40 Under 40 recipient. I’m also very proud that ESP has been recognized as one of UGA’s top growing business leaders as #12 in the Bulldog 100.
After three games, all is right in the Bulldog Nation as Kirby Smart and his tenacious team continues to pound their opponents into submission. Other than too many penalties last week against Middle Tennessee, there is very little to complain about for these 2018 Dawgs.
Next stop … Operation CoMo …Continue Reading
Kevin Butler, former Georgia legendary kicker and a member of the Georgia radio broadcast team, will each week during the 2018 football season select his offensive, defensive and special teams players of the week for Bulldawg Illustrated. And this season Butler has added a new category to his superlative awards, the Bulldogs’ Unsung Contributor to the Game. Here are Butler’s selections and reasons why for the Bulldogs’ 49-7 win over Middle Tennessee State Saturday.Continue Reading
Han Vance on Georgia football: The Bulldogs begin play with Tigers teams at Mizzou in America’s heartland at noon on Saturday. Stellar quarterback Drew Lock and his big, talented receivers easily equating to the biggest challenge for the program over the first six games of the season.Continue Reading
The Missouri defense had better be ready as next Saturday on the Tigers’ home field in Columbia, Mizzou will welcome a Georgia team to town that has blinked the scoreboard to 40-plus points in all three of the Bulldogs’ games this season.Continue Reading
There wasn’t a great deal for Kirby Smart to complain about Saturday at Sanford Stadium … not when his football team went out and took care of business against 33-point underdog Middle Tennessee State, to the tune of 49-7.Continue Reading
Yesterday’s win of 49-7 against Middle Tennessee was a cause for celebration for all Bulldogs but this game holds special significance for senior Jayson Stanley. Yesterday, he made his first touchdown reception and the third catch of his career at Georgia. In the third quarter, he caught a nine-yard pass from Justin Fields for the final touchdown of the game.Continue Reading
Here are a few things we learned after watching Georgia’s win over MTSU Saturday.Continue Reading
Welcome to Bulldawg Illustrated’s Game Day Thread for the No. 3 Georgia vs. Middle Tenessee State. This is week three for the 2018 football season as the Bulldogs take on the Blue Raiders. We have your game day info, where to watch or listen to the game, college football scores, and a live chat! Tune in here for great insight on Georgia and Middle Tennessee State. Continue Reading
As you make your way to Athens, remember your manners, always say Go Dawgs, and always read Bulldawg Illustrated’s gameday preview. Today, Georgia takes on the Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders for the game two of the 2018 season! Below you can find out where to watch the game, what to expect, and a score prediction from Bulldawg Illustrated’s very own Savannah Leigh. Enjoy!Continue Reading
Kelly Smith is loving being back in Athens and her new role as the Dean of the UGA College of Pharmacy.