2007: The Dawg Post Photo Story
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01/01/2008
Georgia crushes Hawai'i in the 2008 Sugar Bowl. The Bulldogs end the season as the #2 ranked team in the country - behind only LSU.

01/05/2008
On national television A.J. Harmon drops Clemson and picks Georgia - Saying "I am doing this for Wadley, Georgia."

01/17/2008
Chris Burnette commits to the Bulldogs' coaches a quietly in the middle of January to become the Dawgs' first commitment of 2009.

01/28/2008
ECI teammates Washaun Ealey and Dexter Moody commit to the Bulldogs. Hearing Georgia accepted the verbal from one linebacker, another, Chase Vasser, commits later that night.

02/02/2008
Zach Mettenberger, a local quarterback with huge upside, picks the school he grew up pulling for.

02/06/2008
Georgia signs 23 players including A.J. Green to pull the #5 class in the country according to Scout.com. However, the Dawgs miss out on Dwayne Allen, who picks Clemson on Signing Day even though he held a press conference two days before announcing that he was going to Georgia.

03/16/2008
Georgia, the #6 seed from the SEC East, beats a #1, #2 and #3 seed to win the SEC Tournament. The Bulldogs won four games in four days - including two in one day (also surviving a tornado) - to win the SEC for the first time since 1990.

03/20/2008
Dennis Felton's Bulldogs fight, but can not get past Xavier in the NCAA Tournament.

04/05/2008
Georgia finishes up a rather dull G-Day with the news that Abry Jones, one of the top defensive tackles in the South, committed to them.

04/19/2008
Dallas Lee, who plays offensive and defensive line for Buford, picks his childhood favorite to play for in college.

04/24/2008
Aaron Murray, arguably the top signal caller in the country, picks Georgia over Florida. The commitment is considered a major coup for the Dawgs.

04/28/2008
Memphis' Austin Long picks the Bulldogs. A powerful offensive tackle, Long is yet another out-of-state pick up for the Dawgs.

05/10/2008
Valdosta's Mike Gilliard picks Georgia over a number of schools. Gilliard is the Dawgs' third linebacker commitment for the class.

06/25/2008
Georgia Baseball finishes a magical season one win short of the national title.

07/10/2008
Jordan Love commits to the Bulldogs.

08/12/2008
Arthur Lynch announces that he will be going to Georgia at a press conference in his hometown.

08/19/2008
Toby Jackson reaffirms his commitment to Georgia.

08/30/2008
#1 Georgia opens the season with a 45-21 win over Georgia Southern. The Bulldogs lost the #1 ranking they entered the season with only one day after their first win of the season. Mascot UGA VII was introduced to the Bulldog Nation before the game.

09/06/2008
Knowshon Moreno steals the show in Georgia's 56-17 win over Central Michigan.

09/13/2008
Georgia survives another scare from South Carolina this time with a goal line stand.

09/20/2008
For the first time in decades Georgia plays a regular season game across the Mississippi River. The Dawgs stomp Arizona State 27-10.

09/27/2008
Alabama slams Georgia 41-30. The Bulldogs' third blackout turns Georgia's season south.

10/08/2008
Derrick Lott, a defensive lineman from North Cobb, picks Georgia days after getting a written offer from the Dawgs.

10/11/2008
Georgia has its way with Tennessee - beating the Vols for the first time since 2005.

10/18/2008
Georgia jumped out to a 14-0 lead over Vandy, but struggled to put them away. Still, Georgia won 24-14.

10/19/2008
Rantavious Wooten picks the Dawgs the Monday after the win over Vanderbilt.

10/25/2008
Georgia thrashes LSU 52-38. It appears the Dawgs are back on track, but the defense surrenders 30 points for the second, but not last, time in 2008.

11/01/2008
In what was billed as one of the biggest games between the two rivals, Georgia falls apart totally in the third quarter - Florida punished the Dawgs 49-10. Florida coach Urban Meyer calls timeouts in the closing moments of the game to rub in the loss.

11/08/2008
Matthew Stafford finds A.J. Green for the game-winning touchdown with minutes left in the 4th quarter in Georgia's 42-38 win. Demarcus Dobbs intercepts a Kentucky pass to preserve the win.

11/15/2008
Georgia beats Auburn for the third consecutive time (for the first time since 1980-82). Still, it takes another goal line stand to preserve the 17-13 win.

11/29/2008
In perhaps the most disappointing result in a year of disappointing results, Georgia Tech beats Georgia for the first time since 2000. The Bulldogs allow 45 points to the Yellow Jackets - the most Tech scored on the Dawgs since 1999.

12/04/2008
Georgia accepts a bid to the 2009 Capital One Bowl to play Michigan State.