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Nov. 18, 2014

As the Georgia women’s basketball team embarks on its first road trip of the season, there’s an area of the game where the Lady Bulldogs already need vast improvement. - Full Story

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Nov. 16, 2014

The Georgia women’s basketball team that came out in the second half Sunday against TCU scarcely resembled the team that played the first half, and that’s a good thing. - Full Story

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The Auburn Tigers came into Saturday’s Southeastern Conference game against Georgia with one of the more potent offenses in the country, but they left Sanford Stadium toothless and declawed, courtesy of a stout Bulldogs defense. - Full Story

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Nov. 13, 2014

“Home, Sweet Home.” “Take Me Home.” “Hold On, We’re Going Home.” - Full Story

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Although he’s well known for meticulous scouting and preparation, Georgia women’s basketball coach Andy Landers admits he doesn’t know a whole lot about the Lady Bulldogs’ first few opponents on the 2014-2015 schedule. - Full Story

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Although he’s well known for meticulous scouting and preparation, Georgia women’s basketball coach Andy Landers admits he doesn’t know a whole lot about the Lady Bulldogs’ first few opponents on the 2014-2015 schedule. - Full Story

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Nov. 7, 2014

Away from football, Georgia’s Jordan Jenkins is regarded by his teammates as part stand-up guy, part stand-up comedian and someone that knows his way around a microwave. But on the field, the 6-foot-3, 252-pound outside linebacker can be downright hostile to opposing team members, a development that has come about this season thanks to an […] - Full Story

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Oct. 31, 2014

With more than 260 points scored in his career, Georgia kicker Marshall Morgan has proven to be a reliable commodity for the No. 9 Bulldogs when called upon. - Full Story

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Oct. 23, 2014

While coaches and players always look forward to game day, they also enjoy the respite offered by an off week. - Full Story

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Georgia freshman Christian Payne admits that a year ago he never thought he’d be making the transition from playing middle linebacker and tight end at nearby Prince Avenue Christian to playing fullback for the No. 9 Bulldogs. - Full Story

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Oct. 16, 2014

Georgia junior Quayvon Hicks can be excused for pondering from play to play and game to game where he’ll wind up in the Bulldogs’ offensive scheme. - Full Story

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Oct. 14, 2014

The Georgia Lady Bulldogs reached the NCAA Tournament for the 20th consecutive year last season and posted the 29th 20-win campaign in Andy Landers’ long tenure in Athens, but the team endured an ugly 7-9 run in Southeastern Conference play, one of the few times a Georgia team has fallen below .500 in the league. - Full Story

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Oct. 8, 2014

Georgia freshman Jeb Blazevich was well aware of the Bulldogs’ great history of tight ends, from Randy McMichael, Benjamin Watson and Leonard Pope to Arthur Lynch and Orson Charles, among others. - Full Story

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Oct. 4, 2014

On Saturday afternoon, Georgia cornerback Devin Bowman had a big surprise for his friend and teammate Rico Johnson, and then Bowman enjoyed a pleasant surprise himself during the No. 12 Bulldogs’ 44-17 Southeastern Conference victory over Vanderbilt. Just a few days prior, Johnson, a freshman, learned his football career had come to an end as […] - Full Story

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For the past three years, a popular slogan amongst the denizens of the Bulldog Nation has been “Run like a Gurley,” a tribute to the take-no-prisoners rushing style of junior tailback Todd Gurley. Now might be a good time to print up some new t-shirts reading “Throw like a Gurley.” Just a week after scorching […] - Full Story

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Oct. 2, 2014

Georgia senior Kosta Vavlas rarely makes the highlight reel, unless he happens to be a supporting actor for somebody else’s breakout performance. He’s not flashy, he’s not loud and his stats aren’t remarkable. It might surprise some Bulldogs fans to know he’s even on the team. - Full Story

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Sep. 27, 2014

On his 66th pass attempt of the year, Georgia quarterback Hutson Mason had an experience like no other this season – the Bulldog senior threw an interception. - Full Story

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Sep. 25, 2014

Although Georgia junior Devin Bowman grew up in Chattanooga, playing college football at Tennessee never seemed to be in his future plans. - Full Story

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Sep. 20, 2014

Clearly, No. 13 Georgia owes a lot to the Florida-based American Heritage School for its 66-0 victory Saturday over Troy. - Full Story

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Sep. 19, 2014

When senior defensive tackle Toby Johnson learned he’d received the nod to start against South Carolina last weekend, he was happy enough to do a back handspring. - Full Story

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Sep. 10, 2014

Injuries to flanker Malcolm Mitchell and split end Justin Scott-Wesley, among others, have left No. 6 Georgia somewhat thin in the receiving ranks, but a lack of depth at the position could well mean an excess of opportunity for the right Bulldog. - Full Story

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Sep. 5, 2014

Although linebacker Tim Kimbrough had a handful of family members on hand at Sanford Stadium last Saturday when Georgia defeated Clemson 45-21 in both teams’ season openers, most of his family and friends were watching back home in Indianapolis. - Full Story

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Aug. 30, 2014

Based in part on the steamy climes and in part on the import of the task they faced, a handful of Georgia freshman received their birth under fire Saturday evening against Clemson. - Full Story

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Aug. 29, 2014

At this point in his career at Clemson, senior quarterback Cole Stoudt is perhaps best known for three things. - Full Story

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Aug. 18, 2014

When Brendan Douglas arrived in Athens last summer, he had no idea — and therefore, no expectations — about the Georgia football season that awaited. - Full Story

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