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Feb. 10, 2016

LEXINGTON, Ky. | Kentucky usually found the basket, while Georgia often emerged frustrated when it shot. So explains a surprisingly easy victory for the 22nd-ranked Wildcats. Jamal Murray scored 24 points, Tyler Ulis added 14 and Kentucky held Georgia to a season-low 22 percent shooting to coast to an 82-48 victory Tuesday night. Picking up […] - Full Story

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Feb. 9, 2016

Five times. Georgia’s gone to Lexington, Kentucky, into what is now called Rupp Arena, and beaten the Wildcats five times. Dennis Felton did it in his first season. Jim Herrick did it in his last. Hugh Durham pulled it off in 1985 — Georgia’s first win at Kentucky since its first in 1923. The last […] - Full Story

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Feb. 7, 2016

On Jan. 10, Georgia stood at 0-3 in the Southeastern Conference and was at the bottom looking up at everyone else. Fast forward four weeks and the Lady Bulldogs are part and parcel of an entirely different storyline. With a 70-56 SEC victory Sunday over Ole Miss at Stegeman Coliseum, Georgia (18-6, 6-5) won its […] - Full Story

Georgia picked up its second win of the week as it bested the visiting Auburn Tigers 65-55 in Stegeman Coliseum on Saturday. It wasn’t a pretty game for the Bulldogs, but three players finished in double figures and coach Mark Fox called the defensive effort, “consistently solid.” Yante Maten picked up his fifth double-double of […] - Full Story

Mark Fox will take an ugly win over a pretty loss. Any coach would at this point in the season, with NCAA Tournament resumes taking form. Georgia’s game against Auburn Saturday wasn’t full of highlights or memorable moments. Sure, the Bulldogs (13-8, 6-4) won by a score of 65-55 in Stegeman Coliseum, but the game […] - Full Story

Going into its game this afternoon against Ole Miss, Georgia is in the relatively unfamiliar position of being the favorite. After opening Southeastern Conference play with losses to No. 12 Texas A&M, No. 18 Kentucky and No. 21 Missouri, the Lady Bulldogs (17-6, 5-5) sandwiched dreadful performances against Alabama and LSU between impressive victories. But […] - Full Story

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Feb. 6, 2016

The term “freshman 15” has been around longer than Jacob Eason has been alive. The Georgia quarterback may have already put on that amount of weight in his first month on campus. The 6-foot-5 early enrollee is up to 230 pounds, which he says is 10 or 15 more than when he arrived in Athens. […] - Full Story

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Feb. 5, 2016

Before Georgia began its final rotation against top-ranked Florida on Friday, they huddled and listened. Senior Brandie Jay had something to say. “(We) said that this is our house and they’re not taking that away from us and that floor was our event,” Jay said. “We’ve been working so hard on this and we’re not […] - Full Story

At the midpoint in SEC play, the Georgia Bulldogs (12-8, 5-4) aren’t in a bad spot. But that doesn’t mean they’re sitting pretty either. They picked up their best win of the season on Tuesday when they beat No. 25 South Carolina at home by 13. They also own a 23-point victory over Clemson at home. […] - Full Story

Roquan Smith, who could have a more prominent role for Georgia as a sophomore at inside linebacker, will miss spring practices after undergoing wrist surgery Jan. 28. The Macon County product is expected to be a full participant in summer workouts, according to UGA. Smith had surgery to repair a ligament injury to his left […] - Full Story

Two months before he was hired as Georgia’s football coach, Kirby Smart saw firsthand that the Bulldogs big-play ability was in short supply on the outside at wide receiver. Smart was defensive coordinator for an Alabama team that held the Bulldogs to 106 passing yards in a 38-10 Crimson Tide win. “To me, you have […] - Full Story

Georgia went down to South Florida to find its last two placekickers. From Blair Walsh arriving in 2008 to Marshall Morgan following in 2012, the torch was passed and held for four seasons. Each left the Bulldogs with their place in the SEC record books. Walsh is the league’s all-time leading scorer with 412 points […] - Full Story

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