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Oct. 20, 2014

Georgia had a rollicking good time in Little Rock (well, certainly in the first half), picking up its second straight SEC road win in pretty convincing fashion again. Marc Weiszer and Fletcher Page of the Athens Banner-Herald review the victory over Arkansas, another big game from Nick Chubb and how the Bulldogs roll on during […] - Full Story

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Oct. 19, 2014

Whether it’s Nick Chubb or Todd Gurley carrying the load, Georgia has pounded out yards rushing the football game after game this season. Now the Bulldogs are getting a little more help from Hutson Mason in the passing game. Under offensive coordinator Mike Bobo, Georgia came out throwing behind Mason Saturday against Arkansas. “He wanted […] - Full Story

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Some quick updates from Mark Richt’s Sunday evening teleconference as Georgia rolls into its second bye week of the season before playing Florida Nov. 1 in Jacksonville: –Richt was asked if he thought word might come this week on star running back Todd Gurley’s status. “I’m not going to say anything again about this thing […] - Full Story

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Oct. 18, 2014

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. | Back in the offseason, a two-week stretch on the road to places Georgia hasn’t ventured to a heck of lot in its long history looked like potential danger spots. That was before the whole Todd Gurley suspension soap opera began. Lo and behold, the Missouri-Arkansas two step became back-to-back double-digit wins […] - Full Story

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Georgia’s had a 100-yard rusher every game this season, including Nick Chubb with his 202-yard performance on Saturday. Chris Conley gave the Bulldogs their first 100-yard receiving game of the season in the No. 10 Bulldogs 45-32 win against Arkansas. The senior wideout had five catches for 128 yards. His first catch from Hutson Mason […] - Full Story

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LITTLE ROCK, Ark.–Could Georgia go on the road again and sustain its level of play after a dominant, emotional road win against Missouri? The halftime score of 38-6 Saturday against Arkansas provided a resounding answer. “Soon as we got off the bus, we had confidence we could win the game,” outside linebacker Leonard Floyd said. […] - Full Story

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LITTLE ROCK, Ark.—Greetings from Arkansas where the Georgia football team will be playing. Woo. Pig. Sooie. Razorback fans will be saying that here in their home away from home at War Memorial Stadium. I got up close with the tailgate scene trying to find the media parking lot. Spirited Razorback fans (with a smattering of […] - Full Story

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Oct. 17, 2014

LITTLE ROCK, Ark.—Georgia’s football team headed to this capital city for Saturday’s game against Arkansas without star tailback Todd Gurley for the second straight week. The school confirmed Friday morning that Gurley did not make the trip. There was no indication that the school had yet to seek reinistatement from the NCAA after suspending Gurley […] - Full Story

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Oct. 16, 2014

Georgia inside linebackers coach Mike Ekeler will be on the sideline Saturday not suited up, but he sounded this week like he wishes he could be on the field. - Full Story

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OFFENSE: GEORGIA - Full Story

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1. CONTROL THE BALL - Full Story

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Georgia is heading to Little Rock to play Arkansas. And it looks now like Todd Gurley won’t be on the trip for the second straight week. Marc Weiszer and Fletcher Page of the Athens Banner-Herald discuss on the latest “Bulldog Bytes” podcast the latest on Gurley’s suspension, including the Thursday (early) morning update from Mark […] - Full Story

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A tweet prior to sunrise on Thursday from Georgia coach Mark Richt shed some new light on Todd Gurley’s status for Saturday’s game at Arkansas. The Bulldogs look like they won’t have their star running back for a second straight game. “I will try to clear up Todd’s status,” Richt tweeted at 6:30 a.m “’We […] - Full Story

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Oct. 15, 2014

Even before Georgia’s defense pitched a shutout last week at Missouri, inside linebacker Ramik Wilson was a confident guy. - Full Story

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Tailback Keith Marshall is doubtful for Saturday’s game, coach Mark Richt said, but has progressed in practice this week after missing three games with a sprained ankle and sprained knee. … J.J. Green is “learning quickly” again after returning from safety to tailback this week. “I think he can help us in a pinch,” Richt said. “The more he proves what to do the better chance he has of getting in there.” Richt said Green realizes the move to offense “is a short-term deal,” and is fine with it if it can help the team win. … Arkansas still had 2,400 tickets remaining for Saturday’s game on Wednesday. “Hopefully we can get that taken care of,” coach Bret Bielema said. - Full Story

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Georgia’s secondary had a couple of players practice in non-contact jerseys Wednesday, but coach Mark Richt expects them both to be ready Saturday. - Full Story

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Whether at a gas station or while eating at Cracker Barrel, Georgia wide receiver Michael Bennett has been recognized and asked if he would sign an autograph. - Full Story

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Georgia expects to know by Friday before it leaves for Arkansas whether suspended star tailback Todd Gurley will be able to return to the field to play for Saturday’s game. Coach Mark Richt said after practice Wednesday that “if he’s eligible to play, he’ll travel. If he’s not, he won’t travel.” Gurley has been suspended […] - Full Story

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Oct. 14, 2014

A new indoor football practice facility is in the works at Georgia, but it sure would have come in handy on a day like Tuesday. - Full Story

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Todd Gurley is handling his suspension about as well as could be expected, according to teammates. - Full Story

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J.J. Green is back at tailback for Georgia. - Full Story

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The much-anticipated visit to Athens from Alabama in 2015 will come on the first weekend in October, according to Georgia’s football schedule for next season released on Tuesday night. - Full Story

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With Malcolm Mitchell back playing from his knee injury, receiver Michael Bennett has been able to play more in the slot. He had five catches for 53 yards and a touchdown against Missouri. “I think that’s probably my niche,” Bennett said. “As much as I don’t want to say that, I think it really is, honestly. I feel like I do a good job finding holes in zones. Matching up against safeties and linebackers is kind of more my niche.” …Georgia played its most complete game of the season Saturday in the 34-0 rout of Missouri and it has carried over to this week. “Even our scout teams are getting better,” coach Mark Richt said. “(Monday) was probably the best day ever, this season, with our special teams scout team flying around making life miserable for the starters.” - Full Story

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It’s been 282 days since an SEC West team lost a game outside its own division. - Full Story

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The much-anticipated visit to Athens from Alabama in 2015 will come on the first weekend in October, according to Georgia’s schedule for next season released on Tuesday night. The Bulldogs will open the season with a nonconference game against Louisiana-Monroe on Sept. 5 and its SEC opener will be at Vanderbilt a week later on […] - Full Story

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