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May. 5, 2016

MACON | Georgia football coach Kirby Smart was ready to open the floor Wednesday night to questions at his first UGA Day alumni event in state since being hired when he remembered something important. “Oh, yeah, yeah,” Smart told the crowd at the Walnut Creek Shooting Preserve. “I forgot one thing. No quarterback questions.” The […] - Full Story

MACON | The first two Septembers in Kirby Smart’s time as Georgia’s football coach will bring some high-profile nonconference matchups. His first game is against North Carolina in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game in the Georgia Dome Sept. 3. The Bulldogs go to Notre Dame for a game on Sept. 9, 2017 and the Irish return […] - Full Story

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May. 4, 2016

Georgia’s wide receiver corps exited the spring seemingly less of a question mark than it was entering. Experienced players Reggie Davis and Isaiah McKenzie worked on the second team offense at G-Day, a sign of the strides made by 6-foot-2 sophomores Jayson Stanley and Michael Chigbu who were with the starting unit along with top […] - Full Story

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May. 3, 2016

The only real developments for Georgia quarterbacks this week is they will be taking spring semester final exams like the rest of students at the university starting on Wednesday. “Our kids are off, they’re getting ready for finals,” coach Kirby Smart said. “When we got through the spring game, they’ve had discretionary periods. They haven’t […] - Full Story

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May. 1, 2016

Kirby Smart and Georgia missed out on the commitment of five-star class of 2016 wide receiver Demetris Robertson at noon Sunday. The Bulldogs didn’t wait long for a replacement to emerge. Trey Blount, a 2017 four-star wideout from Pace Academy, declared his commitment to Georgia on Twitter five hours after Robertson picked Cal. A 6-foot-2, 185-pound […] - Full Story

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Apr. 30, 2016

Georgia’s leading tackler from 2015 is signing as an undrafted free agent. Inside linebacker Jake Ganus confirmed via text that he has an agreement with Minnesota. Defensive linemen Chris Mayes and Josh Dawson are signing with Atlanta as undrafted free agents. Dawson tweeted out the news and Mayes said by phone he picked the Falcons […] - Full Story

John Theus’ family has made the drive to Athens from Jacksonville to watch him during his four seasons as a starter for Georgia. Road trips now will be a lot longer because the offensive tackle went in the NFL draft’s fifth round on Saturday to San Francisco. The 49ers selected Theus with pick No. 145. […] - Full Story

Malcolm Mitchell didn’t put up eye-popping statistics during a college career sidetracked by injuries, most notably a torn ACL, but the wide receiver showed enough as a senior for Georgia when he stayed healthy to think his best may still to be come. The New England Patriots certainly hope that’s the case. They picked Mitchell […] - Full Story

There were 32 cupcakes laid out at Jordan Jenkins’ home representing all the NFL teams that could possibly select him in the NFL draft. His mother, Phyleshia, ordered them from a bakery in nearby Columbus. The destination became known on Friday night when the New York Jets selected the Georgia outside linebacker in the third […] - Full Story

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Apr. 29, 2016

Yante Maten’s homecoming trip back to Michigan with the Georgia basketball team next season comes for a game two days before Christmas. Georgia plays at Oakland University in Rochester, Mich., Dec. 23 in the second of a three-game series, according to a contract signed by the schools last month obtained in an open records request. […] - Full Story

Georgia recognized its 2016 football signees at the G-Day game on April 16. Allen Williams was in Sanford Stadium that day, too. The Appling County offensive lineman was joined by family on the trip to Athens. He’s returning this summer as a preferred walk-on. “He’s locked in and ready to go,” Appling County offensive coordinator […] - Full Story

The Diamond Dogs have a chance to bolster their postseason resume this weekend in Nashville. The Dogs are set to face No. 6 Vanderbilt (31-10, 10-8 SEC) in three games, beginning tonight at 7:30. Georgia (22-20, 7-11 SEC) earned a 13-5 win Tuesday night over then-No. 25 Georgia Tech to give the team a boost […] - Full Story

Georgia’s Kirby Smart and other college football coaches who stashed away proposed plans for satellite camps are putting them into action once again after a ban was rescinded on Thursday. The NCAA Division I Board of Directors reversed a rule passed by the Division I Council that outlawed FBS coaches from holding or working at […] - Full Story

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Apr. 28, 2016

Leonard Floyd’s journey from small town Chauncey, Ga., to the big time of the NFL culminated on Thursday night when Chicago made the Georgia outside linebacker the No. 9 overall draft pick in the first round. Floyd signed to play at Georgia out of Dodge County High in 2012 and then again in 2013 after […] - Full Story

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Apr. 27, 2016

The NFL draft starting Thursday night will provide three days of live programming for the second straight year from Chicago for ESPN and the NFL Network. Former Georgia wide receiver Malcolm Mitchell flew to that city recently to film a segment on the “Steve Harvey” show about the children’s book he wrote. It airs Wednesday […] - Full Story

After getting shut out in their last two games at Florida last weekend, the Diamond Dogs were in need of a shot in the arm. They got it Tuesday night, defeating No. 25 Georgia Tech 13-5 at Foley Field. Georgia (22-20) got its offense rolling early and often against the Yellow Jackets (27-14). The Diamond […] - Full Story

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Apr. 26, 2016

The gauntlet continues for Georgia baseball. The Diamond Dogs (21-20) are on a 22-game stretch against nationally-ranked opponents, which resumes tonight against No. 25 Georgia Tech (27-13). Georgia hosts its biggest in-state rival hoping to snap a two-game losing streak. After beating then-No. 2 Florida last Thursday in Gainesville, Flordia, Georgia was outscored 10-1 thanks […] - Full Story

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Apr. 23, 2016

GAINESVILLE, Fla. | Logan Shore pitched a complete game two-hitter to lead second-ranked Florida to a 6-0 win over Georgia Friday at McKethan Stadium. The Gators (35-6, 12-5 SEC) jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the first, taking advantage of a leadoff error, two walks and three stolen bases.  Freshman Jonathan India had a two-run […] - Full Story

North Carolina named Mitch Trubisky Friday to start at quarterback against Georgia on Sept. 3 in the season opener in the Georgia Dome. Meanwhile, Georgia coach Kirby Smart signaled Thursday that it could be deep into August before the Bulldogs sort out their quarterback pecking order, but he did lay out a timetable of sorts […] - Full Story

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Apr. 22, 2016

Georgia’s 2018 nonconference football slate is nearly complete. Murray State, an FCS program in Kentucky, will come to Sanford Stadium on Sept. 15, 2018, according to a contract signed by both schools in March and obtained in an open records request. The Ohio Valley Conference school will be paid $500,000 for the game. Georgia and […] - Full Story

The late addition of landing Ludacris to perform prior to last Saturday’s G-Day game brought added excitement to Georgia’s spring football game, but Sanford Stadium may have been filled up anyway, Bulldogs coach Kirby Smart said. “It probably was overrated with the fans that came,” Smart said Thursday in an interview with SiriusXM Radio. “I […] - Full Story

The Georgia men’s tennis team is accustomed to pressure provided by expectations. For the fourth consecutive year, the Bulldogs enter the Southeastern Conference Tournament the No. 1 seed. The No. 6 Bulldogs (18-3, 12-0) rolled through the regular season, perfect against conference foes and winning their final 14 matches. “We have a lot of confidence […] - Full Story

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Apr. 21, 2016

The tight ends weren’t quite an endangered species in the Georgia offense last season, but they weren’t as big a part of it as many expected given how much its new coordinator relied on the position at his previous stops in the NFL. That may have provided a cautionary tale for talk this spring that […] - Full Story

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Apr. 19, 2016

We’ll take sports equipment you might find on a Georgia football sideline this season, Alex. For $100, what are shoulder pads? Yep. For $300, what is a helmet? Correct. For $500, what is a lacrosse stick? Wait, what? Is this Johns Hopkins or Duke? “I don’t know much about lacrosse,” Georgia coach Kirby Smart said. […] - Full Story

It’s been said that, in sports, winning solves all problems. The Georgia baseball team can certainly relate to that cliché. Georgia entered last Tuesday’s game at Georgia Tech on a four-game skid. Clemson came to Foley Field on April 5 and cut the Diamond Dogs down after they had just won their first series in […] - Full Story