2007 Georgia Football

Looking for Current Georgia Bulldogs football information? If so, see 2010 Georgia Bulldogs Football.

Congrats to Georgia football. Rivals.com has ranked their current (2007-2008) recruiting class as the 6th best in the nation.

Wow -- Georgia Football looked awesome last night! The Bulldogs beat Hawaii 41-10 in the Sugar Bowl and the game was not as close as the score indicates.... Dominating performance as Georgia showed Hawaii what SEC football is all about. The Dogs smothered Hawaii's highly touted offense led by Heisman Trophy candidate Colt Brennan.

There will be lots of discussion about whether Georgia is the best team in the SEC and whether it should have been in the National Championship game. It didn't happen because we don't have a playoff system. You can read more about that at College Football Playoff.

The Georgia Bulldogs look strong going into 2008. Really strong. They will battle it out with Florida for the SEC East Championship and probably the SEC Championship. Maybe the National Championship. They had a young team in 07. So, QB Matt Stafford and RB Knowshon Moreno both return along with most of the Bulldog's starters on defense. Look out for Georgia Bulldogs football!

Georgia Bulldogs team huddle

Georgia Bulldogs team huddle. Thanks to Jimmy_Joe at flickr.com for the picture.

Our very early prediction is that Georgia will be the 3rd straight SEC football team to win college football's national championship. Surely, the BCS won't pick another Big Ten team to go the NC game. So, likely opponent is USC.

Georgia will take out USC in the 2008 BCS National Championship game (played in Jan 09). Maybe then, everyone will finally accept, that SEC football is indeed THE BEST! More to come.

Prior Comments:

Congrats to the Bulldogs for getting a BCS bowl bid. Georgia plays undefeated Hawaii in the Sugar Bowl.

Georgia football is a deeply ingrained tradition in the State of Georgia - and beyond. Under head coach Mark Richt, the Bulldogs have won two SEC Championships and played in six bowl games in the past six years.

Georgia has some of the best all-time SEC football rivalry games - including "The World's Largest Cocktail Party" game with Florida and "The Deep South's Oldest Rivalry" with Auburn. Then, of course, there is the annual showdown with in-state rival Georgia Tech in the last game of the season.

Georgia football's "Sanford Stadium" is one of the best SEC football stadiums.

2006 was a disappointing year for Georgia football. They lost to Tennessee, Florida, Kentucky - and - at home - to Vanderbilt.

Thanks to JEFFHREED at flickr.com for this photo of UGA QB Matt Stafford.

But, the Bulldogs finished the year strong, beating Auburn, Georgia Tech and Virginia Tech (in the Chick-fil-A Bowl). They ended up 9-4, ranked 23rd nationally.

Last season, Coach Richt stuck with freshman QB Matthew Stafford, who completed 135 passes but gave up 13 interceptions. He was inconsistent, but showed great potential, coming on strong at the end of the season. Stafford was named offensive MVP at the Chick-fil-A Bowl and was named to the Freshman All-SEC Team. Sticking with Stafford last year; allowing him to get crucial big-game experience, will pay dividends for Georgia football in 2007.

Georgia quarterback Matthew Stafford runs away from Auburn defender

Georgia quarterback Matthew Stafford runs away from Auburn defender. Thanks to klondike_kid at flickr.com for the picture.

The Bulldogs look to improve this season; but they still have question marks in the offensive line and defensive secondary. Georgia is putting a lot of faith in running back Kregg Lumpkin, who rushed for 798 yards and scored 7 touchdowns last season. Corner Paul Oliver, who was ranked one of the best corners in football, is another player Georgia is counting on.

It will be another rebuilding year for Georgia football. Coach Richt continuously talks about how he thinks they are going to improve their secondary team. He plans on utilizing some younger players this year. Richt is placing a lot of pressure on sophomores Prince Miller and Asher Allen to come through and play big this year. Thomas Flowers is returning at corner after his injury kept him absent for most of last season.

Bottom line is we predict the 2007 version of Georgia Football will be better than the 2006 version. But, not that much better. We think they'll end up 3rd in the SEC East (probably tied with at least one other team). But, they'll still go to a nice bowl - and win it.

We think Stafford and the Bulldog offense will come into its own in 2008.

We think you'll love your Georgia Bulldogs Merchandise and Apparel, Tickets, and Georgia Bulldog Fight Song Poster too.

2007 Georgia Football Schedule:

  • Sep. 1 Oklahoma State Home
  • Sep. 8 South Carolina Home
  • Sep. 15 Western Carolina Home
  • Sep. 22 Alabama Away
  • Sep. 29 Ole Miss Home
  • Oct. 6 Tennessee Away
  • Oct. 13 Vanderbilt Away
  • Oct. 27 Florida Neutral
  • Nov. 3 Troy Home
  • Nov. 10 Auburn Home
  • Nov. 17 Kentucky Home
  • Nov. 24 Georgia Tech Away
Matt Stafford at Georgia line of scrimmage

Thanks to JEFFHREED at flickr.com for this photo of QB Matt Stafford and his offensive line at the line of scrimmage.

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2007 Georgia Football Roster:

#1 SE, Jr., Mohamed Massaquoi
#2 CB, So., Asher Allen
#3 CB, So., Bryan Evans
#4 Sr., Sean Bailey
#5 S, Jr., C.J. Byrd
#6 TB, Sr., Kregg Lumpkin
#7 QB, So., Matthew Stafford
#9 S, Fr., Reshad Jones
#10 DB, So., Donovan Baldwin
#11 CB, So., Ramarcus Brown
#12 ILB, Sr., Brandon Miller
#13 P, Fr., Drew Butler
#14 QB, So., Joe Cox
#15 QB, Jr., Blake Barnes
#16 SE, So., Kris Durham
#17 S, So., Antavious Coates
#18 Sr., A.J. Bryant
#19 QB, Fr., Logan Gray
#20 TB, Sr., Thomas Brown
#22 TB, Fr., Caleb King
#23 CB, So., Prince Miller
#24 TB, Fr., Knowshon Moreno
#26 P, Jr., Brian Mimbs
#26 FL, Fr., Tony Wilson
#27 FL, Sr., Mikey Henderson
#28 WR, Fr., Israel Troupe
#29 CB, Sr., Thomas Flowers
#30 SS, Sr., Kelin Johnson
#31 S, Fr., Quintin Banks
#33 OLB, Jr., Dannell Ellerbe
#35 LB, Fr., Rennie Curran
#36 FB, Jr., Brannan Southerland
#38 DE, Sr., Marcus Howard
#39 FB, Sr., Jason Johnson
#41 DE, So., Roderick Battle
#42 DE, Fr., Justin Houston
#43 LB, Fr., Charles White
#44 ILB, Jr., Marcus Washington
#45 DT, So., Tripp Taylor
#47 S, Sr., Drew Williams
#48 FB, Fr., Fred Munzenmaier
#49 FB, Fr., Shaun Chapas
#50 ILB, Fr., Darryl Gamble

#51 OLB, Fr., Akeem Dent
#52 OLB, So., Darius Dewberry
#54 OG, Fr., Tanner Strickland
#55 DE, Jr., Jeremy Lomax
#56 DT, So., Geno Atkins
#58 DE, Fr., Demarcus Dobbs
#59 DE, Fr., Michael Lemon
#60 OL, Fr., Clint Boling
#63 OG, Fr., Chris Davis
#64 C, So., Ian Smith
#65 LS, Sr., Jeff Henson
#67 OT, Sr., Chester Adams
#70 OG, Jr., Aott Haverkamp
#72 OT, So., Vince Vance
#73 OL, Fr., Chris Little
#74 C, Fr., Kevin Perez
#75 C, Sr., Fernando Velasco
#76 OL, Fr., Ben Harden
#77 OT, Fr., Trinton Sturdivant
#78 OT, Fr., Josh Davis
#79 OG, Fr., Justin Anderson
#80 WR, Fr., Walter Hill
#81 TE, Fr., NaDerris Ward
#82 SE, So., Mike Moore
#83 SE, Sr., T.J. Gartrell
#84 TE, Sr., Coleman Watson
#85 FL, Jr., Demiko Goodman
#86 TE, Jr., Tripp Chandler
#87 WR, Fr., Aron White
#88 SE, Jr., Kenneth Harris
#89 TE, Fr., Bruce Figgins
#90 DT, Jr., Corvey Irvin
#91 DT, So., Kade Weston
#92 DE, Fr., Neland Ball
#93 K, Sr., Andy Bailey
#94 DE, Fr., Kiante Tripp
#95 DT, Jr., Jeff Owens
#96 K, Sr., Brandon Coutu
#97 DT, Fr., Brandon Wood
#98 DT, Fr., Ricardo Crawford
#99 DE, Jr., Jarius Wynn

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