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Apr. 7, 2013

Make no mistake, James DeLoach wants to be a starter on Georgia’s defense when the Bulldogs kick off the 2013 season. - Full Story

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Dec. 1, 2012

ATLANTA — In a game that pits two stingy defenses and explosive running backs, special teams often goes overlooked and underappreciated. - Full Story

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Nov. 29, 2012

The Georgia Bulldogs are making their second SEC Championship game appearance in as many seasons, but junior Rantavious Wooten is finally making his first trip with the team. After playing in three games last season, Wooten was involved in a car wreck that left him with a concussion, forcing him to redshirt the rest of […] - Full Story

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Sophomore wide receiver Chris Conley said Georgia is better prepared for this season’s SEC championship game than last year’s against LSU. “We’ve been there before,” Conley said. “We know what the environment is like. This year we know how to prepare for it better.” Even freshman outside linebacker Jordan Jenkins has been told to prepare […] - Full Story

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When Michael Bennett suffered a torn ACL on Oct. 2, the sophomore wideout received a wealth of encouragement from people all over, including a pair of players who had experienced what Bennett was going through. “Thomas Davis called me,” Bennett said. “That was pretty cool to hear from him, and he just gave me some […] - Full Story

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Linebacker Jarvis Jones was named a finalist for the Lott IMPACT Trophy, awarded to the defensive player who has had the biggest impact on his team, both on and off the field. Georgia is 2-2 in SEC Championship games, winning the conference in 2002 and 2005. … Alabama leads the series with Georgia 36-25-4. The […] - Full Story

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Nov. 24, 2012

Senior linebacker Christian Robinson sat proudly in the Georgia locker room after the Bulldogs finished off their 42-10 rout of Georgia Tech on Saturday. The Governor’s Cup sat at Robinson’s feet. For the fourth consecutive year, the trophy will find its way to the display box in the Butts-Mehre Heritage Hall along with the rest […] - Full Story

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Nov. 17, 2012

Georgia coach Mark Richt may have surprised his defensive coordinator, Todd Grantham, by calling a timeout with Georgia Southern driving late in the first half of Saturday’s game. - Full Story

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Nov. 15, 2012

All-American outside linebacker Jarvis Jones continued racking up national recognition this week. - Full Story

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For freshman kicker Marshall Morgan, a few days off was the trick. - Full Story

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Jay Rome has waited patiently to hear his name called. - Full Story

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Offensive line coach Will Friend said junior tackle Austin Long has emerged as Georgia’s go-to sixth offensive lineman. - Full Story

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Freshman inside linebacker Matt Stagg was arrested on charges of DUI and underage possession or consumption of alcohol on Nov. 8, according to The Red & Black. Stagg, 18, has not played at all this season. - Full Story

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Nov. 10, 2012

Georgia’s defense had one thing on its mind in the fourth quarter against Auburn Saturday: finish the drill. “We wanted to finish strong,” safety Bacarri Rambo said. “That’s one thing we failed to do last year — finish strong.” With a 38-0 lead late in the game, Georgia coaches kept the first-team defense on the […] - Full Story

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Nov. 8, 2012

Georgia offensive lineman Mark Beard is eager for Saturday to arrive. - Full Story

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No one likes to play second fiddle. - Full Story

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For the second consecutive year, quarterback Aaron Murray and snapper Ty Frix were named to the Capital One Academic All-District football team as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) this week. - Full Story

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John Theus no longer considers himself a freshman. - Full Story

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