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Oct. 25, 2016

Georgia should see the return of cornerback Deandre Baker Saturday against Florida, coach Kirby Smart said after practice on Tuesday, but the sophomore is not moving quite like he was before he sprained an ankle that kept him out of the Vanderbilt game. “He’s full go like he can go as full as he can, […] - Full Story

Mel Tucker will return to the sidelines at EverBank Field on Saturday. The players he coaches on Georgia’s defense as a first-year coordinator may need to be reminded of his history in Jacksonville. “He used to be the D-coordinator there, right?” outside linebacker Davin Bellamy said. “He doesn’t really talk about that a lot.” Tucker […] - Full Story

It may be frowned upon in some circles to call the annual Georgia-Florida game by the name it was long known by but Verne Lundquist doesn’t feel the need to toe the line. “Verne, what’s that game called?” analyst Gary Danielson asked during an in-game promo during the CBS SEC broadcast over the weekend for […] - Full Story

The words from a couple of decades ago that Kirby Smart uttered as a Georgia junior safety probably still hold true today in his first year as Bulldogs head coach. “Losing is bad enough, but losing to Florida every year is worse,” Smart said in 1997 in the Orlando Sentinel. “It was mentally draining. We were very […] - Full Story

Georgia and Kentucky will play under the lights in Lexington on Nov. 5. The Nov. 5 kickoff at Commonwealth Stadium is set for 7:30 p.m. and will be shown on the SEC Network, according to an announcement on Monday. Kentucky (4-3, 3-2 SEC) is currently in second place in the SEC East after winning its […] - Full Story

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Oct. 24, 2016

Georgia will have its top two tacklers available to play No. 14 Florida on Saturday. The school announced Monday that sophomore inside linebackers Roquan Smith and Natrez Patrick will not be suspended after university police investigated a report suspected marijuana use in a dorm of room on Oct. 15. Police didn’t file any charges. “After […] - Full Story

Jacob Eason as a Florida Gator? The thought may have caused heart palpitations for Bulldog fans the first week of December in between Mark Richt’s firing and Kirby Smart’s hire at Georgia. The coveted five-star quarterback recruit traveled cross country from Lake Stevens, Wash., to take an official visit to Gainesville, Fla. “We tried to […] - Full Story

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Oct. 20, 2016

Former Georgia inside linebacker Tim Kimbrough hopes to play football next in the NFL. The Indianapolis native parted ways with the Bulldogs in August before his senior season in what the program termed a “mutual decision.” Kimbrough posted on social media on Thursday that he intended to be a draft prospect in 2017. “I’ve been […] - Full Story

Without a game looming on Saturday during its bye week, Georgia drilled down this week in practice to try to turn around parts of its team that have most hurt the Bulldogs so far this season. “If I had to pick one area, I would say special teams is the biggest area,” coach Kirby Smart […] - Full Story

It may have come slower than Georgia preferred, but dependable targets in the passing game for Jacob Eason are starting to emerge from newcomers as the season progresses. Tight end Isaac Nauta and wide receiver Riley Ridley–both freshmen–came on against Tennessee on Oct. 1. Against Vanderbilt Saturday, junior college transfer wide receiver Javon Wims joined […] - Full Story

The playing status of Georgia inside linebackers Roquan Smith and Natrez Patrick for the Bulldogs’ next game Oct. 29 against Florida isn’t clear after university police searched a dorm room they were in for marijuana Saturday night but did not charge either. “Right now, really all I can comment on is we’re continuing to gather […] - Full Story

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Oct. 19, 2016

Georgia has reached the SEC men’s basketball tournament semifinals each of the last three seasons. That’s something only Kentucky can say. The Bulldogs stand a good chance to get there again this season based on preseason projections. Georgia, is picked to finish fourth in the SEC, according to voting done by a panel of regional […] - Full Story

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Oct. 18, 2016

University of Georgia police Saturday night searched a dorm room occupied by two of the football team’s leading tacklers after a resident assistant reported the smell of burning marijuana, but no charges were filed, according to a UGA Police incident report. Police responded to a call Saturday at 9:14 p.m. at the McWhorter Hall room […] - Full Story

Georgia is moving three reserve players to new positions in practice during its bye week to try squeeze more out of a roster on a team that has lost three of its lost four games. Coach Kirby Smart announced Tuesday that sophomore defensive lineman Michael Barnett will move to offensive tackle, redshirt freshman running back […] - Full Story

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Oct. 16, 2016

As humiliating as losing at home to Vanderbilt Saturday was for Georgia, living with it for the next two weeks before the Bulldogs’ next game won’t be tons of fun either. “I hope it’s a tough few weeks,” junior outside linebacker Lorenzo Carter said. “I plan on pushing our players. The leadership is going to […] - Full Story

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Oct. 15, 2016

Move over Tennessee Hail Mary, Georgia on Saturday walked into a homecoming humbling by Vanderbilt. The Bulldogs are certainly making it hard on the home fans. In the first game between the hedges since a last gasp defeat to a top 15 Volunteers team two weeks earlier, the Bulldogs went tumbling down again to 14-point […] - Full Story

Georgia already ranked third to last in the SEC in most penalties before Saturday. It had eight penalties for 53 yards in the loss to Vanderbilt, committing at least that many penalties for the fifth time this season and for the fourth straight game. Three more Georgia penalties were declined. “That’s just not executing,” tight […] - Full Story

Lorenzo Carter is making up for lost time when it comes to sacks. The junior outside linebacker had two more sacks on Saturday, giving him four on the season, all in the last three games. Carter, who was a five-star recruit out of Norcross, went all of last season and the first four games of […] - Full Story

On a day Georgia’s special teams again had a rough day, Rodrigo Blankenship booting three field goals won’t be talked about much in the aftermath of a 17-16 loss to Vanderbilt. “One part was good but the whole wasn’t,” coach Kirby Smart said. Blankenship, the redshirt freshman walk-on, made all three of his field goal […] - Full Story

In Saturday’s loss against Vanderbilt, Georgia quarterback Jacob Eason did what coach Kirby Smart knew was possible all along. He completed 27 of 40 passes for 346 yards and a touchdown. He connected with nine different targets, and found eight of them at least twice. “It’s great confidence,” Smart said. “It shows he can throw […] - Full Story

With the possible exception of Rodrigo Blankenship’s performance, Georgia’s special teams were considerably short of ordinary during Saturday’s 17-16 homecoming loss to Vanderbilt. Blankenship brought some confidence to the Bulldogs’ beleaguered field-goal corps, accounting for 10 of Georgia’s 16 points on successful kicks of 45 yards (a career best), 22 yards and 36 yards, and […] - Full Story

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