No. 13 Georgia steamrolls Troy, posts largest margin of victory...

by Marc Weiszer

There were no lightning delays, only gorgeous weather and plenty of points for Georgia Saturday in Sanford Stadium. Full Story

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Georgia’s Oct. 4 home football game against Vanderbilt is set for a 4 p.m. kickoff on the SEC Network.

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Sep. 22, 2014

Georgia will play an afternoon game in Sanford Stadium for the third week in a row on Oct. 4 against Vanderbilt. This time it will be late afternoon. The Bulldogs and Commodores will have a 4 p.m. kickoff on the SEC Network, it was announced Monday. Georgia plays its second straight noon game this Saturday […] - Full Story

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Sep. 21, 2014

Tennessee hasn’t won against Georgia since fifth-year senior Hutson Mason was still playing for Lassiter High School but the quarterback has sounded a warning about the approach the Bulldogs need to take this week ahead of Saturday’s SEC game in Athens. - Full Story

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Georgia coach Mark Richt couldn’t say Sunday evening whether tailback Keith Marshall will be available for Saturday’s game against Tennessee, but said that Marshall does not have another ACL injury. Richt said on his weekly teleconference that he had yet to get an official injury report from the medical staff. Richt was asked if Marshall’s […] - Full Story

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There were no lightning delays, only gorgeous weather and plenty of points for Georgia Saturday in Sanford Stadium. Georgia kept the home fans in a good mood by pounding Troy on the ground with a little Todd Gurley and a lot of Sony Michel and rolled out to a big lead that it would only […] - Full Story

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Sep. 20, 2014

There were no lightning delays, only gorgeous weather and plenty of points for Georgia Saturday in Sanford Stadium. - Full Story

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There were no lightning delays, only gorgeous weather and plenty of points for Georgia Saturday in Sanford Stadium. - Full Story

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GRADING THE BULLDOGS - Full Story

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Georgia tailback Keith Marshall was surrounded by more than half dozen trainers and other medical staff on the sideline after leaving the game in the third quarter Saturday. - Full Story

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Georgia’s defenders found themselves near the end zone they were protecting on Saturday, with Troy having marched down near the goal line twice in the Bulldogs’ 66-0 win.  - Full Story

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There was Brice Ramsey being hoisted into the sky by big John Theus just seconds after Ramsey fired his first career touchdown pass on Saturday. - Full Story

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Clearly, No. 13 Georgia owes a lot to the Florida-based American Heritage School for its 66-0 victory Saturday over Troy. - Full Story

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The news appeared to be good on tailback Keith Marshall after Georgia’s 66-0 thrashing of Troy. Marshall left the game in the third quarter and was on crutches outside the locker room after the game after being helped to the sideline with what Georgia called a “right lower extremity injury,” but coach Mark Richt said […] - Full Story

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Greetings from Sanford Stadium for your brunch edition of the Gameday blog. We’ve got two weeks in a row of noon kickoffs here. The early start and the 0-3 visitors from the Sun Belt Conference may mean a muted crowd with some empty seats. Troy knows what it’s up against. “There is no good time […] - Full Story

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Sep. 19, 2014

The University of Georgia is moving ahead with plans to build an indoor football practice field. The board of the UGA Athletic Association voted Friday to pay an architectural firm $400,000 to design and find a place for the huge building, which would measure in the range of 70 by 140 yards and 75 to […] - Full Story

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Georgia athletic director Greg McGarity already struck a deal for a home-and-home football series with Notre Dame in 2017 and 2019 and he told the UGA athletic board Friday that similar-type games are coming for the Bulldogs. “I feel like over the next seven years just be expecting some more games of this magnitude,” McGarity […] - Full Story

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David Andrews learned from his grandfather early in life that the colors blue, orange and yellow weren’t to be worn on college football Saturdays. - Full Story

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Welcome to your Friday installment of “Bulldog Bytes.” We put to bed the South Carolina loss and how the Georgia coaches this week addressed the fallout. Now on to Troy. Well, more about Georgia really. Should Nick Chubb play this week after thumb surgery? Which freshman that hasn’t played yet just might? And we get […] - Full Story

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When senior defensive tackle Toby Johnson learned he’d received the nod to start against South Carolina last weekend, he was happy enough to do a back handspring. - Full Story

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OFFENSE EDGE: GEORGIA - Full Story

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1. WAKE UP EARLY ON DEFENSE - Full Story

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Troy has used two quarterbacks this season after the departure of Corey Robinson, the Sun Belt Conference’s career passing yardage leader with 13,477. He threw 20 touchdown passes last season. - Full Story

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Sep. 18, 2014

The man who coaches his home games at Larry Blakeney Field got a vote of confidence this week from his athletic director. - Full Story

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Offensive line coach Will Friend kept his starting rotation under wraps prior to this season. - Full Story

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Georgia’s matchup with Troy is set to kick off at noon Saturday. - Full Story

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J.J. Green is no stranger to change. - Full Story

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