Jim Donnan, Radi Nabulsi, and Dayne Young discussed the comments from Kirby Smart, JT Daniels, and Jordan Davis at SEC Media Days. We also play sound clips from each them from Hoover. Topics include NIL, vaccinations, build up to the Clemson game, and much more. The show wraps with listener questions from YouTube.
Blayne Gilmer, Jed May, and Trent Smallwood gave their reaction to Keon Sabb and Daylen Everette committing to Clemson and what prospects are still on the table for Georgia at defensive back in the Class of 2022.
Lots of questions from the loyal members of UGASports.com were answered on the air. Who will Georgia be able to flip? Which players are most likely to end up in the class for Georgia? How good is Carlton Madden Jr.? What are the chances with Travis Shaw and Walter Nolen? What is the latest on Branson Robinson and Dani Dennis-Sutton? The UGASports staff answered all those and more.
Jim Donnan, Radi Nabulsi, and Dayne Young update you on what Georgia players and coaches are doing in the summer as we rapidly approach the football season. Coach Donnan shares a couple of possible breakout players and we spend the majority of the show answering listener questions.
UGASports.com recruiting reporters Blayne Gilmer and Jed May launch a weekly recruiting centric podcast on our channel called "Georgia Recruiting: Rumors vs. Facts." The show takes listener questions and explains what is happening in Bulldogs recruiting.
In this launch episode, Blayne and Jed discuss overlooked prospects with committable offers, a review of the best recruiters on Georgia's staff, Georgia's strategy of recruiting at wide receiver and the offensive line, and much more.
Jim Donnan, Radi Nabulsi, and Dayne Young are back with UGASports Live. We spend the show answering listener/viewer questions on topics including NIL, playoff expansion, UGA wide receivers, the game vs. Clemson, recruiting, and much more.
Brent Rollins and Dayne Young discuss current Heisman Trophy odds and if Georgia's JT Daniels has a legitimate chance to win the award. They discuss trends based on recent Heisman winners and use that as a framework to determine who is should be viewed as the favorites.