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Feb. 5, 2016

When some of Georgia’s early enrollees were made available for media interviews Wednesday, two of them were former five star recruits — Isaac Nauta and Jacob Eason. As the pair picked their respective seats, most of the media flocked to Eason, the 6-foot-5 superstar quarterback of the future. Nauta, a tight end who’s 6-foot-4 237 […] - Full Story

COLUMBIA, Mo. | Behind a 17-2 fourth-quarter run that was sparked by nine points from Tiaria Griffin, the Georgia Lady Bulldog basketball team (17-6, 5-5) pulled the upset over No. 21 Missouri (18-5, 6-4) by a 65-50 tally on Thursday night at Mizzou Arena. Caliya Robinson registered a double-double in the contest with 12 points […] - Full Story

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Feb. 4, 2016

After what Georgia coach Danna Durante called a “crazy” month of travel, the 11th-ranked Gym Dogs are ready for the comforts of home. For the next three weeks, they’ll get to sleep in their own beds. Wednesdays off will be true days off. And school work will be done in real time, not by playing […] - Full Story

Georgia begins a long home stretch against three-time defending national champion Florida at 7 p.m. Friday. Here’s what to watch when the 11th-ranked Gym Dogs (2-3, 2-1 in the SEC) host top-ranked Florida (4-0, 2-0): ROGERS’ BUSY WEEKEND Georgia senior Brittany Rogers, who trained with Canada’s national team this summer and fall, will make a […] - Full Story

The 20-player recruiting class that Kirby Smart and his Georgia football coaching staff landed on Wednesday will have a chance to make an impact starting this fall. A healthy Nick Chubb, of course, already has proven he changes the complexion of how potent Georgia’s offense can be in 2016. Smart didn’t field any questions during […] - Full Story

Georgia comes into Missouri tonight with a two-game winning streak and a score to settle. The Lady Bulldogs need to continue to progress in the Southeastern Conference, so a win against the No. 21 Tigers is important, but at least one player wants to beat Missouri to avenge Georgia’s 54-48 loss to Missouri in early […] - Full Story

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Feb. 3, 2016

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Feb. 2, 2016

Georgia had a few breaks go its way against No. 25 South Carolina at Stegeman Coliesum Tuesday night. Aiming for the first home win over a ranked team in almost four years, the Bulldogs didn’t leave those breaks to chance. They earned them. Freshmen provided a boost off the bench. Junior star scorer J.J. Frazier […] - Full Story

Georgia’s football recruiting efforts since hiring Kirby Smart brought a sprint to signing day that included long days and nights, plenty of miles on the road and texts, direct messages, phone calls and visits. Fifty-nine days after he was officially hired, Smart’s first class at Georgia will come to fruition. That’s not a lot of […] - Full Story

Kirby Smart shared some of the finer points and intricate details of what went into Alabama’s defensive success with high school coaches at a clinic in Atlanta last week. When the new Georgia football coach opened the floor to some questions after speaking for more than 50 minutes, one coach asked him a question: “Kirby, […] - Full Story

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Feb. 1, 2016

Coveted recruits get wooed by well-known college football coaches who can offer early playing time, a chance to win championships, fabulous facilities and helping to get a player to the NFL. Those close to a player may swing a decision one way or another. In the case of Jackson defensive tackle Michail Carter, that’s Maudine […] - Full Story

With time running out for Georgia to pick up quality wins, it welcomes one of the best teams in the SEC to Stegeman Coliseum at 7 p.m. Tuesday. South Carolina (19-2, 6-2) already has more wins this season, both overall and in conference, than it did all of last season. And last year, the Gamecocks […] - Full Story

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Jan. 31, 2016

NASHVILLE, TENN. | Behind standout performances from Shacobia Barbee, Caliya Robinson and Tiaria Griffin, the Georgia Lady Bulldog basketball team (16-6, 4-5) emerged from Vanderbilt’s (15-6, 4-4) Memorial Gymnasium victorious for the first time in a decade with a 64-58 win Sunday afternoon. Barbee led all scorers in the contest with 15 points, finishing only […] - Full Story

WACO, Texas | Rico Gathers had 17 points and nine rebounds, and No. 17 Baylor used a quick start to the second half to beat Georgia 83-73 in the Big 12/SEC Challenge on Saturday night. Gathers had one of Baylor’s five three-point possessions during a 17-2 run in the first 4 minutes after halftime to turn a 35-32 deficit into a […] - Full Story

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Jan. 30, 2016

Sunday, Sunday — can’t trust that day. As has been breathlessly reported, Georgia has acquitted itself well during Southeast Conference play on Thursdays — winning three of four league games this month — but has floundered significantly on Sundays, losing three times and looking pretty bad while doing it, especially against Alabama and LSU. Can […] - Full Story

With the seniors starring in their final home meet, the No. 1-ranked Georgia women’s swimming and diving team earned its 100th consecutive victory at Gabrielsen Natatorium on Saturday. The Lady Bulldogs dispatched No. 17 Wisconsin 172-123 to extend their Division I swimming and diving record that began Nov. 8, 1995. Georgia is 101-1 all-time in […] - Full Story

Georgia has already gone on the road once this week — a 89-85 to LSU — and now the Bulldogs head west again. The Bulldogs (11-7) travel to Waco, Texas to take on the No. 17 Baylor Bears (16-4) at 6 p.m. on Saturday. Georgia, along with nine of its other SEC counterparts, take a […] - Full Story

Dorothy had it right. There’s no place like home. The past and present members of Georgia’s swimming and diving team know that all too well. On Saturday, the Lady Bulldogs will attempt to win their 100th consecutive meet within the friendly confines of Gabrielsen Natatorium when Wisconsin visits at 10 a.m. Georgia’s women are 100-1 all-time at home […] - Full Story

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Jan. 29, 2016

Jacob Eason calls his first three weeks on campus at the University of Georgia “an easy transition for me.” Considering that he’s some 2,800 miles away from home, that’s saying something. How he pivots going from a five-star heralded recruit in Lake Stevens, Wash., to Bulldogs quarterback will be watched closely starting this spring, rolling […] - Full Story

Throughout much of this season, when Georgia is on top of its game, good things happen in the third quarter. On Thursday night against Auburn, the Lady Bulldogs didn’t wait until after halftime, lowering the boom on the Tigers in the second quarter in a dominating 63-30 Southeastern Conference victory at Stegeman Coliseum. Georgia (15-6, […] - Full Story

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Jan. 28, 2016

Georgia’s recruiting class now has a specialist in it. Punter Marshall Long from South Rowan High in China Grove, N.C., posted on his Instagram account Thursday night that he had given the Bulldogs a verbal commitment. Long recently decommitted from Virginia Tech. Georgia’s special teams coach is former Hokies assistant Shane Beamer. “I have decided […] - Full Story

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As Georgia continues to struggle on beam, coach Danna Durante keeps fielding questions about it. But there’s no need to panic. “Alabama fell three times last week. Florida fell I don’t know how many times at different points in their career when they could have won a championship,” Durante said. “It happens. There are very […] - Full Story

Georgia will try to rebound from back-to-back losses against Kentucky at 7 p.m. tonight. Here are three things to watch when Georgia heads to Lexington: A SWITCH ON BEAM After the Gym Dogs fell four times on beam in a loss to Stanford they’d consider multiple factors — like how they’ve been training and what […] - Full Story

E.J. Price declared his intentions to play for Georgia once before and could again next week when it matters most. The Bulldogs and new coach Kirby Smart already won a battle to get the offensive tackle from Archer High in Lawrenceville to come to Athens this weekend for an official visit. “It’s been crazy, everyone’s […] - Full Story