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Oct. 18, 2014

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. | Two things became increasingly more clear as Georgia built a 32-point first-half lead, thanks to a mix of explosive scores and wonderfully-schemed defense, in Saturday’s road win at Arkansas. These Bulldogs don’t have an identity crisis — they know who they are and focus only on doing things their way. And […] - Full Story

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What happened No. 10 Georgia scored 38 straight points in the first half and held on for a 45-32 win against Arkansas in the last SEC game scheduled for War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock. What it means The Bulldogs carry momentum and control of the SEC East into an off week before the annual […] - Full Story

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Oct. 13, 2014

Requests for autographs, photos and real stout handshakes followed Garrison Hearst everywhere he went at Monday’s Touchdown Club of Athens meeting. The former NFL All-Pro and consensus college All-American running back is still a fan favorite two decades after finishing third in the Heisman Trophy voting. That was the closest a Bulldogs player has come […] - Full Story

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Requests for autographs, photos and real stout handshakes followed Garrison Hearst everywhere he went at Monday’s Touchdown Club of Athens meeting. - Full Story

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Oct. 11, 2014

COLUMBIA, Mo. | Georgia defenders polled in the lead-up to Saturday’s match-up with No. 23 Missouri said they understood what was at stake. The winner of this game the last two seasons represented the East in the conference championship. So, the unit was already hyped, according to linebacker Jordan Jenkins, but what flooded social networks […] - Full Story

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Grading the Bulldogs What happened No. 13 Georgia travelled to No. 23 Missouri without its best player, Todd Gurley, and put forth its best performance of the season in a 34-0 victory. What it means Georgia is at the top of the SEC East and controls its own destiny in the race to December’s matchup […] - Full Story

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Oct. 7, 2014

The downtown Athens scene caused a confusing situation for a Georgia football player for the second consecutive weekend. - Full Story

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Oct. 4, 2014

With the national audience’s gaze on the arms race of the SEC West on Saturday, No. 13 Georgia made sure not to trip up against lowly Vanderbilt. Bulldogs star Todd Gurley had more than 100 rushing yards for the 17th time in his career and even threw a 50-yard pass as the Bulldogs defeated the […] - Full Story

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Hutson Mason planned to, “let it rip,” with the passing attack against Vanderbilt. That’s what he said earlier this week as the questions about lacking downfield capabilities mounted and the idea of back-up Brice Ramsey taking over the offense made more sense to the ever-dramatic message board know-it-alls. You get the feeling Mason would like […] - Full Story

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Grading the Bulldogs What happened No. 13 Georgia wasn’t dominant, but did plenty enough to get by a struggling Vanderbilt, 44-17, on Saturday. What it means The Bulldogs offense scored more than 40 points for the third time this season and the defense showed improvement, especially in the secondary. What’s next The Bulldogs take two […] - Full Story

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Oct. 3, 2014

Ramik Wilson makes a ton of tackles, but he doesn’t use many words when summoned by the media for an interview.  - Full Story

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Sep. 20, 2014

GRADING THE BULLDOGS - Full Story

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There was Brice Ramsey being hoisted into the sky by big John Theus just seconds after Ramsey fired his first career touchdown pass on Saturday. - Full Story

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Sep. 19, 2014

David Andrews learned from his grandfather early in life that the colors blue, orange and yellow weren’t to be worn on college football Saturdays. - Full Story

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Sep. 13, 2014

WHAT HAPPENED - Full Story

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COLUMBIA, S.C. | Georgia has dropped three in a row in Columbia and is now 6-16 all-time when Steve Spurrier is in charge of the opposing sideline. - Full Story

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Sep. 5, 2014

Georgia has arguably the deepest and most talented backfield in college football, a case made legitimate by 222 yards rushing and five touchdowns in the season opener against Clemson. - Full Story

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Aug. 30, 2014

You don’t get a do-over on first impressions. - Full Story

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Aug. 27, 2014

Jordan Jenkins pulled off another remarkable athletic feat on Wednesday. - Full Story

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Aug. 13, 2014

A little more than two weeks. - Full Story

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A little more than two weeks. - Full Story

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Aug. 12, 2014

With the recruiting chase growing exponentially more national than it is local, keeping Georgia boys in line to wear red and black still counts.  - Full Story

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Aug. 5, 2014

First-year Georgia assistant Tracy Rocker knows a headlining defensive lineman when he sees one. That‚Äôs made easy because that‚Äôs what he use to be. The former Auburn All-American and College Football Hall of Fame inductee says his unit doesn‚Äôt have the kind of name to scroll in the marquee, but adds that it‚Äôs not a […] - Full Story

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Aug. 3, 2014

Ray Drew is preparing for his final season at Georgia, now practicing under the direction of his third line coach since he arrived. JJ Green moved from offense to defense this offseason, working out both at safety and star in fall camp. You can watch and listen to what both had to say in the […] - Full Story

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Aug. 1, 2014

New Sports Editor Fletcher Page arrived on the scene just in time for UGA fall camp. After two years away from the Georgia beat covering the Big Ten and Illinois, Page has returned to his comfort zone. Here are three things he gleaned from the first day back at an SEC football practice‚Ķ UGA has […] - Full Story

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