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Sep. 25, 2016

It’s the type of thrashing that Georgia players surely will want to flush quickly from their memory banks, with or without the 24-hour rule those around the program cite about how long they are supposed to think about the last game — win or lose — before moving on to the next opponent. There’s no […] - Full Story

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Sep. 24, 2016

Georgia turned to Rodrigo Blankenship in hope of better results Saturday on field goals. The result: he was wide right from 36 yards out on his only attempt in the second quarter. “Kickers always say the only good miss is high right,” the redshirt freshman walk-on from Sprayberry said. “That means you kind of left […] - Full Story

Two of Georgia’s top offensive linemen both left the game shaken up with injury with 4:14 left in the second quarter. With right tackle Greg Pyke and left guard Isaiah Wynn exiting, Dyshon Sims stepped in for Pyke and Kendall Baker was inserted for Wynn. “I thought the guys that came in did a great […] - Full Story

OXFORD, MISS. | Chad Kelly only had two more completions Saturday than Jacob Eason, but the Ole Miss quarterback made the most of them. He averaged 15.7 yards per completion during the 45-14 Ole Miss win, connecting on 75 percent of his passes on a day he made the Bulldogs pay with big plays in […] - Full Story

OXFORD, Miss. | Georgia star running back Nick Chubb only played one offensive snap last season against Tennessee. Now, a left ankle injury he sustained Saturday in Georgia’s 45-14 loss at Ole Miss will be worth watching to see how it may affect him as the Volunteers come to Athens next weekend. Chubb left the game […] - Full Story

  OXFORD, Miss. | Call it the midday meltdown in Mississippi. On a late September Saturday when temperatures hit the 90s, just about everything that could go wrong did for Georgia’s football team did at Ole Miss. The No. 12 Bulldogs trailed 31-0 at the half to the No. 23 Rebels and 45-0 before the […] - Full Story

OXFORD, Miss. | Good morning from Vaught-Hemingway Stadium for a rise and shine kickoff between Georgia and Ole Miss. It’s the second straight road game. The Bulldogs returned to Athens from Missouri at about 3:30 a.m. Sunday, coach Kirby Smart said. “It’s a tougher turnaround because you’re a little bit behind starting out on Monday, Tuesday […] - Full Story

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Sep. 23, 2016

The plan was for Chuks Amaechi and Lorenzo Carter to hear but not see what turned out to be Georgia’s latest example of its early season ability to pull out tight games. The Bulldog outside linebackers turned to face the crowd last Saturday at Missouri with their backs to the field at a crucial fourth-and-10 […] - Full Story

Take advantage of Ole Miss miscues Georgia is tied for the Southeastern Conference lead in turnover margin with Florida and Vanderbilt at plus-three. There should be more opportunities to add to that against an Ole Miss team that has seven lost turnovers, third most in the conference. Alabama returned two Rebel turnovers directly into touchdowns […] - Full Story

Offense Edge: Ole Miss Ole Miss is third in the SEC in scoring at 38.3 points per game, scoring more points against Alabama (43) than versus Wofford (38). Georgia is ninth at 29.0 despite playing Nicholls. After going up against the league’s top-rated passing offense last week in Missouri, Georgia gets the No. 2 team. […] - Full Story

Ole Miss QB Chad Kelly and receivers vs. Georgia pass defense Chad Kelly doesn’t have a flashy nickname like the 2012 Heisman Trophy winner from Texas A&M did as “Johnny Football,” but first-year Georgia coach Kirby Smart was having bad flashbacks this week thinking about trying to stop the Ole Miss quarterback. “I really think, […] - Full Story

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Sep. 22, 2016

 If the frustration level is boiling over in Georgia’s running back room after back-to-back weeks of pedestrian production on the ground, it’s not spilling out publicly ahead of Saturday’s game at Ole Miss. Nick Chubb, held to 63 yards last week on 19 carries against Missouri after rushing for 80 on 20 against Nicholls State, […] - Full Story

Measured by his own body of work, running back Sony Michel’s production Saturday in Georgia’s win at Missouri was modest: nine carries for 37 yards and three catches for 19. It was another step forward from a broken left forearm sustained in what he called a “crazy accident” July 3 while out riding an ATV […] - Full Story

Two scholarship athletes from different SEC schools put their skills to the test against each other back in May. Mackenzie Engram would have owned the bragging rights if it was a jump shooting contest. The junior is one of the top returning players for a Georgia women’s basketball team coming off an NCAA tournament trip. […] - Full Story

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Sep. 20, 2016

A Georgia wide receiver who didn’t make the trip to Missouri last weekend could be back for Saturday’s game at Ole Miss. Freshman Riley Ridley is practicing in a regular jersey after sustaining a broken bone in his right hand working on the punt team against Nicholls State on Sept. 10. Ridley underwent surgery to […] - Full Story

The suspension of Georgia sophomore defensive lineman Jonathan Ledbetter will carry into Saturday’s game at Ole Miss. After that? Coach Kirby Smart didn’t want to go there when asked after practice Tuesday. “He’s suspended this week,” Smart said. Ledbetter was twice arrested on alcohol charges and his suspension could be six games as mandated by […] - Full Story

 Only 36 and a half hours after Georgia closed the book on a thrilling 28-27 road win at Missouri, Kirby Smart clearly had spent a lot of time since that game studying tape of Ole Miss, this week’s opponent. That didn’t leave many minutes for the Bulldogs coach to fuss with his appearance. “They’ve played […] - Full Story

Georgia may be 3-0 and coming off a dramatic 28-27 victory at Missouri Saturday, but the mood was anything but light when Kirby Smart met with the media on Monday for his weekly press conference. The first-year Bulldogs coach was as combative as he’s ever been since his December hire during his 20 minute session. […] - Full Story

Neither Georgia’s kicking jobs seem secure as the fourth game week of the season began Monday. William Ham could need a good week of practice in the lead-up to Saturday’s Ole Miss game to handle field goals again after missing both his attempts at Missouri. Rodrigo Blankenship’s kickoff job also could be on the line […] - Full Story

Christian Robinson is in his second season as an Ole Miss graduate assistant, but may not be 100 percent Rebel when it comes to Saturday’s game against Georgia. At least that’s how Georgia inside linebacker Reggie Carter sees it. “My boy, C-Rob,” Carter said. “He’s the one that’s going to be torn if anything. He’s […] - Full Story

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Sep. 18, 2016

Kirby Smart held his thumb and index finger barely apart to make his point in a cramped press conference not far from Georgia’s locker room following the Bulldogs’ 28-27 nail-biting win against Missouri Saturday night. “Look guys we’re this close, this close to losing that one,” Smart said. “We’re this close to being 1-2. We […] - Full Story

COLUMBIA, Mo. | A pair of emerging gunslinging quarterbacks turned Saturday night into a shootout at Faurot Field. Georgia true freshman Jacob Eason, making his first road start and second in college, passed for 308 yards and three touchdowns. The last one gave the highly-touted Washington state product a signature moment early in his career and […] - Full Story

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Sep. 17, 2016

COLUMBIA, Mo. | Jacob Eason’s second straight start at quarterback for Georgia was kept under wraps. Then Eason provided Georgia with the gift of some clutch passing on a night he threw three for touchdowns and rolled up 308 yards through the air on 29 of 55 passing with an interception in a thrilling 28-27 win […] - Full Story

COLUMBIA, MO. | Isaiah McKenzie continues to show that he has expanded his game well beyond just being a dangerous return man. He’s now Georgia’s go-to receiver. He had a career-high 10 catches for 122 yards and two touchdowns, including the game-winning 20-yard touchdown with 1:29 to play in Georgia’s 28-27 win at Missouri Saturday night. […] - Full Story