Seth Emerson

Seth Emerson lives in Athens, where he has covered Georgia athletics since 2010. He has also covered Georgia in previous stints at the Macon Telegraph and the Albany Herald, and covered South Carolina for The State. His first job was at The Washington Post, where he was once asked to get coffee for Ben Bradlee.  UGA / DawgNation

Latest from Seth Emerson

A playoff scenario few at Georgia have discussed
 Welcome back to the UGA Mailbag, the special Thanksgiving edition, and by that we mean nothing except this is running on a
            holiday. There will be no corny “What Georgia has to be thankful for” nonsense, or corny “What the Bulldogs are having for
            dinner” gibberish .. nothing corny, including...

Posted: 5 hours ago

Welcome back to the UGA Mailbag, the special Thanksgiving edition, and by that we mean nothing except this is running on a holiday. There will be no corny “What Georgia has to be thankful for” nonsense, or corny “What the Bulldogs are having for dinner” gibberish .. nothing corny, including...
Georgia has pushed the right buttons to improve offensive line
 ATHENS – The reputation of Ben Cleveland was burnished, at least in the mind of Isaiah Wynn, when the two were bench-pressing
            together early last year, soon after Cleveland had arrived on campus. Wynn, a fellow offensive lineman and no slouch himself when it comes to strength, tells the story: “We were paired up in...

Posted: 21 hours ago

ATHENS – The reputation of Ben Cleveland was burnished, at least in the mind of Isaiah Wynn, when the two were bench-pressing together early last year, soon after Cleveland had arrived on campus. Wynn, a fellow offensive lineman and no slouch himself when it comes to strength, tells the story: “We were paired up in...
Looking into the lack of catches for Georgia tight ends
 ATHENS – Isaac Nauta grinned as the question was asked: How many times does he get asked about his lack of catches, or for
            that matter the lack of catches for all Georgia tight ends? “I get it quite a bit,” Nauta said, smiling, but turning back to the company line, one which also happens to have factual
    ...

Posted: a day ago

ATHENS – Isaac Nauta grinned as the question was asked: How many times does he get asked about his lack of catches, or for that matter the lack of catches for all Georgia tight ends? “I get it quite a bit,” Nauta said, smiling, but turning back to the company line, one which also happens to have factual ...
Georgia practice report: Good-on-good and intense cut-blocking
 ATHENS — The media usually doesn’t get to see very much at Georgia football practices, especially at this late point in the
            season, but for whatever reason Tuesday was a bit different. It wasn’t a long session, but the media was able to see Georgia use what appeared to be its two-minute offense in good-on-good...

Posted: 2 days ago

ATHENS — The media usually doesn’t get to see very much at Georgia football practices, especially at this late point in the season, but for whatever reason Tuesday was a bit different. It wasn’t a long session, but the media was able to see Georgia use what appeared to be its two-minute offense in good-on-good...
Kirk Herbstreit on Georgia and its best SEC title hopes
 ESPN and ABC college football analyst Kirk Herbstreit was gracious enough to spend a few minutes Tuesday answering questions about the Georgia football team. Herbstreit touched on Jim Chaney’s offensive strategy, what he thinks of Jake Fromm, the Georgia defense, the national perception of the Mark Richt and Kirby Smart decisions, and...

Posted: 2 days ago

ESPN and ABC college football analyst Kirk Herbstreit was gracious enough to spend a few minutes Tuesday answering questions about the Georgia football team. Herbstreit touched on Jim Chaney’s offensive strategy, what he thinks of Jake Fromm, the Georgia defense, the national perception of the Mark Richt and Kirby Smart decisions, and...
Kirk Herbstreit discusses all aspects of Georgia, including Jake Fromm, Kirby Smart
 ESPN and ABC college football analyst Kirk Herbstreit was gracious enough to spend a few minutes Tuesday answering questions
            about the Georgia football team. Herbstreit touched on Jim Chaney’s offensive strategy, what he thinks of Jake Fromm, the
            Georgia defense, the national perception of the Mark Richt to Kirby...

Posted: 2 days ago

ESPN and ABC college football analyst Kirk Herbstreit was gracious enough to spend a few minutes Tuesday answering questions about the Georgia football team. Herbstreit touched on Jim Chaney’s offensive strategy, what he thinks of Jake Fromm, the Georgia defense, the national perception of the Mark Richt to Kirby...
Q&A: Kirk Herbstreit on Georgia, Jake Fromm and Kirby Smart
 ESPN and ABC college football analyst Kirk Herbstreit was gracious enough to spend a few minutes Tuesday answering questions
            about the Georgia football team. Herbstreit touched on Jim Chaney’s offensive strategy, what he thinks of Jake Fromm, the
            Georgia defense, the national perception of the Mark Richt and...

Posted: 2 days ago

ESPN and ABC college football analyst Kirk Herbstreit was gracious enough to spend a few minutes Tuesday answering questions about the Georgia football team. Herbstreit touched on Jim Chaney’s offensive strategy, what he thinks of Jake Fromm, the Georgia defense, the national perception of the Mark Richt and...
Georgia practice report: Updates on Ben Cleveland and cut-blocking prep
 ATHENS — It looks like Georgia liked what they saw from Ben Cleveland in his starting debut last Saturday night. Cleveland, the redshirt freshman who started at right guard against Kentucky, was back with the first team during the media
            viewing period of Monday’s practice. Solomon Kindley, the previous starter who...

Posted: 3 days ago

ATHENS — It looks like Georgia liked what they saw from Ben Cleveland in his starting debut last Saturday night. Cleveland, the redshirt freshman who started at right guard against Kentucky, was back with the first team during the media viewing period of Monday’s practice. Solomon Kindley, the previous starter who...
Georgia on pace to throw football less than any SEC team
 Georgia is on pace this year to throw it less than any SEC team in five years, and the question going forward is whether the run-pass balance can continue if the Bulldogs want to win the SEC championship and more. Kirby Smart, asked about that on Monday, acknowledged that his team needs to run and pass well. “To be able to win a championship...

Posted: 3 days ago

Georgia is on pace this year to throw it less than any SEC team in five years, and the question going forward is whether the run-pass balance can continue if the Bulldogs want to win the SEC championship and more. Kirby Smart, asked about that on Monday, acknowledged that his team needs to run and pass well. “To be able to win a championship...
Kirby Smart on the ‘Catch-22’ of Georgia’s run-pass balance
 ATHENS — Georgia is on pace this year to throw it less than any SEC team in five years, and the question going forward is
            whether the run-pass balance can continue if the Bulldogs want to win the SEC championship and more. Kirby Smart, asked about that on Monday, acknowledged that his team needs to run and pass well. &ldquo...

Posted: 3 days ago

ATHENS — Georgia is on pace this year to throw it less than any SEC team in five years, and the question going forward is whether the run-pass balance can continue if the Bulldogs want to win the SEC championship and more. Kirby Smart, asked about that on Monday, acknowledged that his team needs to run and pass well. &ldquo...
At Second Glance: The Georgia offensive philosophy and ongoing tweaks
 Each week during the football season we re-watch the previous Georgia football game, in order to provide more analysis, blending
            what we saw from the press box, what players and coaches said afterwards, and what we saw on second glance. This week we review
            the 42-13 win over Kentucky and ask ourselves the big question...

Posted: 3 days ago

Each week during the football season we re-watch the previous Georgia football game, in order to provide more analysis, blending what we saw from the press box, what players and coaches said afterwards, and what we saw on second glance. This week we review the 42-13 win over Kentucky and ask ourselves the big question...