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Sep. 3, 2015

When coach Mark Richt was offering some insight into Georgia’s three scholarship quarterbacks last week, the first thing he said about 6-foot-5, 220-pound Greyson Lambert was: “He’s tall.” In fact, the Bulldogs’ newly named starter on Saturday will become the tallest quarterback to play for Georgia going back a half century, according to the school. […] - Full Story

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Wide receiver Justin Scott-Wesley is doubtful to play this season due to his latest right knee injury, coach Mark Richt said. Richt had indicated last month Scott-Wesley may not play again and the senior wide receiver at one point told his high school coach he thought he was done playing. Scott-Wesley is serving as a […] - Full Story

More than two and a half years after hip replacement surgery, Georgia football coach Mark Richt is finally pain-free. “I’m in a really good place right now,” said the 55-year old Richt. “I’m as healthy as I’ve been in a long time. That hip was bothering me two years prior to surgery and two years […] - Full Story

Georgia defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt didn’t make many appearances to speak with the media last season, but he made a point one of those times of speaking his mind about the urgent need for the team to have an indoor practice facility to use. Now that Georgia’s athletic board on Monday took the next step […] - Full Story

Eleven swimmers with ties to the Georgia program have been named to the 2015-16 United States National Team, according to an announcement by USA Swimming. The National Team roster consists of 107 men and women and is comprised of the six athletes with the highest world rankings in each Olympic event between Jan. 1-Aug. 10, […] - Full Story

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Sep. 2, 2015

Seniors go out and freshmen come in. That’s the way it works in college football, with returning players in the middle trying to fill available spots while also helping and competing against talented newcomers. This is the circumstance Josh Dawson, Sterling Bailey, Chris Mayes and James DeLoach face with the season-opener versus UL Monroe now […] - Full Story

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Sep. 1, 2015

The news that Greyson Lambert had won the Georgia starting quarterback job showed up on Buddy Geis’ iPhone in Jacksonville, Fla., on Monday night. Geis quickly sent off a message offering congratulations and the two traded texts. The former NFL and college assistant coach was emotionally invested in the decision that Bulldogs coach Mark Richt […] - Full Story

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Aug. 31, 2015

Seven weeks after arriving on campus, Greyson Lambert is Georgia’s starting quarterback. Coach Mark Richt made the surprising announcement that the Virginia graduate transfer will start Saturday’s season opener against Louisiana Monroe at Sanford Stadium. Brice Ramsey was the top backup to Hutson Mason last year, has a strong arm and was considered by most […] - Full Story

Georgia’s outside linebackers can get after a quarterback. Jordan Jenkins, Leonard Floyd and Lorenzo Carter combined last year to ring up a combined 15 ½ sacks. It’s other aspects of their game that players at the position have accentuated this offseason, particularly doing a better job of being run stoppers. “It’s always an emphasis for […] - Full Story

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Aug. 30, 2015

Nick Chubb, the workhorse running back, readily admits it now, The guy who nearly singlehandedly carried the Georgia offense on his broad shoulders when his team needed him the most last year sure felt all those carries. The 38 in a Bulldog rout at Missouri followed by another 30 a week later in Little Rock […] - Full Story

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Aug. 29, 2015

On a Sunday evening the day before classes began for the fall semester at the University of Georgia, incoming freshmen pulled out smartphones to snap selfies with Mark Richt inside Sanford Stadium. Entering year 15 as the Bulldogs’ head football coach, Richt may seem as synonymous with the university as the Arch, the Chapel Bell […] - Full Story

Keith Marshall knows what it’s like to be playing at a position where talent seemingly is in abundance. Marshall and the Bulldogs running back group are considered one of the tops around, but the Bulldogs tight ends just might match them for their depth. “Yeah, I think so actually,” said Marshall, behind Nick Chubb and […] - Full Story

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Aug. 28, 2015

Georgia seems like it will rely on freshmen wide receivers Terry Godwin and Michael Chigbu not only for early playing time but close to the top of the rotation at a position the Bulldogs are thin. “Just with the lack of depth there, they’re going to have to take on a little more responsibility than […] - Full Story

Tracy Rocker was talking about Trent Thompson, the big defensive tackle with big-time expectations, when Rocker remembered what his wife Lalitha tells him. That he needs to be more patient. “In this day and time, patience gets your butt fired,” the Georgia defensive line coach said laughing. Thompson, a freshman, is coming along and each […] - Full Story

Freshman defensive lineman Jonathan Ledbetter, who has missed much of preseason with an undisclosed injury, appears to be doubtful to be available at the season’s start. “He’s trying to get well right now, he’s rehabbing, we’re hopeful that we’ll know something in the next couple of days,” defensive line coach Tracy Rocker said. “He’s moving […] - Full Story

Ohio State started two different starting quarterback last year and won a national championship. Notre Dame and LSU rotated quarterbacks on the way to national championship game appearances in 2013 and 2012 respectively. In 2006 Florida rotated Chris Leak and Tim Tebow on its way to a national title.  So while Georgia fans might be […] - Full Story

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Aug. 26, 2015

Five-star quarterback Jacob Eason isn’t the only 2016 commitment that has signed financial aid papers with Georgia. Ben Cleveland, who struck up a friendship with Eason, also has sent in signed papers to Georgia, according to copies obtained by the Athens Banner-Herald under an open records request. Cleveland is a four-star offensive lineman from Stephens […] - Full Story

The scrimmage Thursday will be more a competitive scrimmage like the first two than a “practice game scrimmage” like in most years in the past. That means there won’t be a scout team simulating Louisiana-Monroe. “There’s still more guys we’re trying to evaluate,” coach Mark Richt said. “There’s a lot of competition going on even […] - Full Story

Georgia’s competition for the starting quarterback job isn’t trimmed to three just yet, according to coach Mark Richt. “No, not really,” he said after Wednesday’s practice. “We’ve changed the rotation a little bit but we’re still evaluating all three of those guys on a daily basis.” Brice Ramsey and Greyson Lambert seemed to have been […] - Full Story

Aaron Davis is now a former walk-on. The redshirt sophomore cornerback from Locust Grove has been awarded a scholarship after starting 10 games last season. He had 40 tackles with five pass breakups and an interception. Davis seemed a likely choice for an open scholarship, but was reluctant to put it out there when asked […] - Full Story

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Aug. 19, 2015

After Oconee County linebacker Jaleel Laguins made his verbal commitment to Georgia, he bowed his head and covered his face with his hand. His family wrapped their arms around him and the emotion of his decision, finally made public to his family and his friends on Wednesday, was clear. “Once I got the first offer, […] - Full Story

Isaiah Wynn may be the lightest member of a Georgia starting offensive line that includes 313-pound Greg Pyke and 303-pound John Theus, but his teammates have no doubt Wynn can more than hold his own in the trenches. “He’s undersized honestly for the SEC, but he’s one of the most athletic guys I’ve ever watched,” […] - Full Story

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Aug. 18, 2015

Georgia’s tempo on offense under its first-year coordinator will be at a quicker pace than he is accustomed to in his previous stops. “It’s as fast as I’ve ever been around,” Brian Schottenheimer, offensive coordinator for nine seasons with the NFL St. Louis Rams and New York Jets, said this week. “Obviously, these guys are […] - Full Story