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Nov. 27, 2015

Jordan Jenkins thought he knew what Georgia’s rivalry against Georgia Tech was all about after going up against the Yellow Jackets in 2012 and 2013. It turned out he didn’t truly. The Bulldogs won by a lopsided margin (42-10) and in a tight one (41-34 in overtime) before falling 30-24 in overtime last season. “You […] - Full Story

During his five years in a Georgia football uniform, Kanon Parkman had the good fortune to be on teams that went 5-0 against Georgia Tech. But had Parkman not been around, at least two of those games might have gone the other way. As a freshman in 1991, the Stone Mountain native kicked a 34-yard […] - Full Story

Georgia Tech offensive line vs. Georgia defensive front Some of Georgia Tech’s rushing numbers are eye-popping. There was 161 yards against Virginia Tech, 144 against Virginia and 71 against Clemson. This from a triple-option offense that led the nation in rushing last year at 342 yards per game. This is not that team. The Yellow […] - Full Story

Offense Edge: Georgia Tech Georgia scored 23, 20 and 27 points the last three games and that’s an uptick from where it was entering the month. It includes a punt return touchdown and an overtime touchdown. Isaiah McKenzie, who has two offensive touchdowns on runs the last two games, may not go due to a […] - Full Story

Knock Jackets down while they are wobbly Georgia coach Mark Richt said this week that Georgia Tech just as easily could be 8-3. Maybe it’s bad luck. It also could be a team that can’t finish games. Georgia needs to add to the Jackets’ misery if the game is in the balance. “It’s kind of […] - Full Story

1. Clemson 2. Alabama 3. Iowa 4. Oklahoma — Jumped three spots after beating TCU 30-29 and upsets above in poll. 5. Michigan State 6. Notre Dame 7. Baylor 8. Ohio State — The 17-14 defeat to Michigan State was one loss, but it felt like more with how team reacted afterwards. 9. Oklahoma State […] - Full Story

Dropouts: Alex Collins. BERT (aka Bret Bielema) and company turned their game against Mississippi State into a Big 12 game, and there is no room for running backs in the Big 12 15. Brandon Allen, Arkansas (last week: NR): I know I am breaking rule No. 1 by putting a second quarterback on the SEC […] - Full Story

Preparing to defend Georgia Tech’s triple-option offense can present challenges for teams in a regular game week. Georgia at least has the luxury of having just gone up against Georgia Southern’s own option offense before facing the Yellow Jackets on Saturday. “I won’t say I like it,” Georgia cornerback Malkom Parrish said. “I don’t like […] - Full Story

The Lady Bulldogs are in Northridge, Calif., to play in the Radisson Chatsworth Thanksgiving Classic. Georgia plays BYU at 8 p.m. today and either Cal State Northridge or Penn State on Saturday. Here are three things to know. IN REVIEW Georgia played its best game of the season Tuesday in a 75-28 squash of winless […] - Full Story

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Nov. 26, 2015

Georgia went almost 15 minutes in the second half without making a shot against High Point on Wednesday. And the Bulldogs won. Charles Mann had 13 points and went 8-for-8 at the free throw line, as the Bulldogs squeaked past the Panthers, 49-46. High Point shot 7-17 at the free throw line and missed 14 […] - Full Story

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Nov. 25, 2015

Georgia has a wide range of options for its bowl destination. They aren’t expected to include a repeat trip to Charlotte.  Landing in sunny Orlando seems unlikely. Athletic director Greg McGarity said going to the Belk Bowl in North Carolina will be avoided under the SEC’s tie-ins and he thinks playing Louisville for the second […] - Full Story

As Joni Taylor hit full stride delivering her take on freshman Caliya Robinson’s play following Tuesday’s win over Georgia Southern, the Georgia coach felt something change in the post-game interview room. “I think watching Caliya, you can see her athleticism and when she figures it out,” Taylor said before hesitating. … “Is she standing behind […] - Full Story

By jumping out to an early lead and maintaining its intensity the rest of the way, Georgia was able to provide playing time to some youngsters and a significant respite for its front-line players. All 10 of Lady Bulldogs who got on the floor Tuesday put points on the board as Georgia hammered Georgia Southern […] - Full Story

Three things to know when UGA hosts High Point on Wednesday (5 p.m.) ON THE MEND With Thanksgiving fast approaching, coach Mark Fox expressed thanks on Tuesday that his team has played only two games in the season. “I think with the injuries we’ve had, I’m kind of glad we haven’t had a ton of […] - Full Story

Growing up, Georgia guard J.J. Frazier wasn’t the best basketball player in his family. That title belonged to his sister, Kadeshia. “She was always better. It was just one of those things where she was just good even though she was like 4-11, she could always shoot the ball,” J.J. said. So J.J., two years […] - Full Story

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Nov. 24, 2015

Between spotlighting his visits to see three committed 2016 recruits in the last two weeks and talking about how much-hyped quarterback Jacob Eason will be in the mix for playing time after he arrives on campus, Mark Richt has shifted some focus to next season at Georgia. Whether the head coach will be back for […] - Full Story

When Georgia and Georgia Tech play Saturday in Atlanta, it will be the latest chapter of what’s known as “Clean, Old Fashioned Hate.” There will only be love for Warren and Denise Marshall when they watch their sons represent teams on different side of the state rivalry. Keith is a senior tailback for Georgia. Marcus […] - Full Story

Greyson Lambert is a novice when it comes to Georgia’s rivalry game with Georgia Tech, but there’s a chance he will have more starting experience at Bobby Dodd Stadium Saturday than the Yellow Jackets’ quarterback. Lambert played in Atlanta last season against Georgia Tech as Virginia’s starter. It wasn’t his best game. He was 19 […] - Full Story

Georgia running back Keith Marshall has missed the last two games with a sprained ankle sustained in the second half of the Kentucky game when he had a season-high 13 carries for 60 yards. “Is Keith still playing?” Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson joked Monday when asked if he would welcome Marshall to his house […] - Full Story

A year after they squared off in a top 20 matchup, Georgia and Georgia Tech collide Saturday in Atlanta in a game pairing unranked teams. It will be the 8-3 Bulldogs against the 3-8 Yellow Jackets at noon in a game that will be aired on ESPN2. Georgia Tech stumbles into the in-state rivalry with […] - Full Story

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Nov. 23, 2015

BACK ON TOP, BACK TO THE GRIND:After a nightmare road trip to Michigan State, Georgia improved to 2-1 with a convincing 78-66 victory over Georgia Tech on Sunday, and the Lady Bulldogs will close out the week and the month hosting Georgia Southern at 7 p.m. Tuesday before heading to California for back-to-back games in […] - Full Story

Kenny Gaines scored a career-high 35 points and guided Georgia to its first win of the season on Friday. He received an award on Monday. The senior guard was named Co-SEC Player of the Week for his effort against Murray State. Gaines shared the honor with Kentucky point guard Tyler Ulis, who helped the Wildcats […] - Full Story

Georgia was certainly glad to have outside linebacker Leonard Floyd still around playing college football in overtime Saturday against Georgia Southern when he showed his NFL potential. If it was his final plays in Sanford Stadium, which most expect, the fourth-year junior wasn’t ready to say Monday. Floyd, named Monday as a finalist for the […] - Full Story

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Nov. 20, 2015

Benjamin Watson was a first-round draft pick four years before John Lilly arrived at Georgia, so the Bulldogs assistant never coached him. Lilly does talk up the 12-year NFL veteran’s success to recruits when selling the school’s tight end tradition. Watson is becoming known for much more than making catches. He’s written a new book, […] - Full Story

Some bad injury news and some worse injury news The bad news is Georgia is still waiting on freshman center Derek Ogbeide to be healthy enough to play. “Derek, whenever he meets certain benchmarks, he comes back,” coach Mark Fox said. Ogbeide wore a sling on his right shoulder last week after the freshman from […] - Full Story