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Jan. 24, 2015

Danna Durante is usually calm and collected, her preferred method of teaching constructed with positivity and encouragement. That side of the Georgia gymnastics coach had to go away in the aftermath of Georgia’s frustrating loss at Denver earlier this week. The third-year coach dropped the pats on the back and instead asked her squad a […] - Full Story

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Georgia enters the second leg of a four-game stretch versus ranked conference foes today at 2 p.m. in Knoxville. There’s no looking back — to Thursday’s victory over No. 10 Texas A&M — or ahead to No. 14 Kentucky or top-ranked South Carolina, though. Keeping the focus solely on Tennessee hasn’t been difficult. The No. […] - Full Story

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Jan. 23, 2015

The Georgia Gym Dogs faced two choices following Monday’s disappointing loss at Denver. They could roll over and quit after dropping two of the season’s first three meets or fight to restore order. According to coach Danna Durante, one of those wasn’t really an available route to take. “I don’t roll over. We don’t roll […] - Full Story

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Jan. 15, 2015

Back inside Stegeman Coliseum. That’s where the No. 7 Georgia Gymdogs will be Friday night at 7 p.m. for their first Southeastern Conference meet of the season. But the matchup with Missouri (2-0) won’t be the first time spent on the home mats this week. After losing to then-No. 8 Michigan last Saturday, Georgia coach […] - Full Story

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Jan. 10, 2015

Shortly after splitting a pair of competitions with Texas on Saturday, Georgia swim coach Jack Bauerle huddled with Longhorns’ coaches Eddie Reese and Carol Capitani. The group of great friends talked and laughed for as long as possible before team and media obligations pulled them apart. Reese and Baurele were the United States Olympic coaches […] - Full Story

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Jan. 9, 2015

Jack Bauerle doesn’t pay attention to rankings. The Georgia swim coach instead evaluates his squads and opponents by a simple measure: Are they good? This Saturday’s opponent passes Bauerle’s test. Texas enters with the No. 1 men’s and No. 6 women’s teams in the country. And nobody knows the Texas program and personnel like the […] - Full Story

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Jan. 8, 2015

Georgia turned to a former Alabama man — Jeremy Pruitt — last January to fix its defense. Now the Bulldogs have hired a Florida Gator to continue its successful run on offense. Mark Richt announced the hiring of Brian Schottenheimer (after years of typing Bobo, it will take a few double glances to make sure […] - Full Story

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Dec. 12, 2014

It’s hard not to look back and wonder what could have been. There’s nothing that can be changed — and it’s almost never good for our mental health — but it’s so easy to slip back into thoughts of where things could have ended up. You know, instead of where they did. Either Oregon quarterback […] - 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. 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. 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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Jul. 24, 2014

When is the last time Georgia went into Louisiana and pulled a top prospect away from the in-state Tigers and programs from neighboring Texas? - Full Story

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