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Apr. 19, 2014

On paper, Georgia’s wide receiving corps looks stocked with talent. - Full Story

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Apr. 18, 2014

This will be a different summer for Georgia football players and others around the nation as a new NCAA rule allowing more access to players goes into effect. Georgia coaches were to meet Friday with the strength and conditioning staff to talk about the change which allows eight hours a week of required preparations for […] - Full Story

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Apr. 17, 2014

Neither the Southeastern Conference’s leading tackler last season nor Georgia’s sack leader were called a starter publicly by coaches as the Bulldogs finished spring practice on Thursday. - Full Story

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Mike Bobo said he’s a pretty pessimistic person by nature. - Full Story

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Now that spring practices are over, Georgia offensive coordinator Bobo plans to meet individually with all the quarterbacks. - Full Story

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Add receiver Justin Scott-Wesley to the list of injured offensive players that Georgia expects to be good to go sometime in June. - Full Story

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Georgia coach Mark Richt said he may not announce any discipline including possible suspensions for the four players who were arrested on the eve of spring practice before the Clemson opener. - Full Story

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Georgia coach Mark Richt and offensive coordinator Mike Bobo offered their perspective on where things stand with the Bulldogs after the final practice of the spring on Thursday. - Full Story

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Another backup big man on the Georgia basketball team is departing. Rising senior forward/center Tim Dixon is transferring, the school confirmed Thursday night. Dixon, from Columbus, played in all but one game this past season, averaging 7.8 minutes, 1.3 rebounds and 0.8 rebounds per game. Reserve center John Cannon also left the team with the […] - Full Story

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Georgia is closing spring practice with a lot less fanfare than it began. That’s the nature of things now that the new defensive coaching staff is finishing up its 15th and final practice of the spring Thursday afternoon. And G-Day has come and gone. The Bulldogs still had two practices this week. The team is […] - Full Story

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Gone in 60 seconds isn’t just the title of a Nicolas Cage and Angelina Jolie movie. It’s also how long it took for Yante Maten and Osahen Iduwe to scoop up the scholarships the Georgia men’s basketball had available for its signing class, coach Mark Fox said Wednesday. The program announced the frontcourt additions on […] - Full Story

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Apr. 16, 2014

Aaron Murray had something to prove Wednesday. Only 141 days after the quarterback underwent surgery for a torn ACL, Murray provided a fresh reminder that he still knows how to sling the ball around. During Pro Day, Murray completed 48 of 54 scripted passes on a breezy day at Georgia’s practice fields. “Hopefully after today, […] - Full Story

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Gone in 60 seconds isn’t just the title of a Nicolas Cage and Angelina Jolie movie. - Full Story

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The NCAA Legislative Council passed a rule Tuesday that will allow schools to provide unlimited meals and snacks for college athletes, but it will be anything but an all-you-can-eat offseason for the Georgia football team. Defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt is exiting spring practice the same way he entered it, wanting his players to continue to […] - Full Story

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Apr. 15, 2014

Georgia defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt isn’t one to toss bouquets the way of the players he’s trying to mold into a championship unit. - Full Story

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Offensive lineman John Theus missed practice Tuesday. He tweeted that he has strep throat. - Full Story

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Quarterback Aaron Murray is the headliner, but 15 others will be working out for NFL scouts today at Georgia’s Pro Day. - Full Story

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Jay Rome is getting the screws taken out of his surgically repaired foot on Friday, the tight end tweeted. - Full Story

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Center David Andrews and inside linebacker Ramik Wilson were named most valuable players in the spring on each side of the ball as Georgia announced its spring awards. - Full Story

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Georgia defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt isn’t one to toss bouquets the way of the players he’s trying to mold into a championship unit. - Full Story

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Georgia defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt spoke to reporters on Tuesday night after the 14th of 15 spring practices. He offered up his take on how the G-Day game compared to the other two spring scrimmages for the defense: “It’s been like every practice. There’s some good in it, there’s some bad and a lot of […] - Full Story

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Georgia is set to add another high-profile game to its nonconference men’s basketball schedule next season. - Full Story

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Georgia handed out its spring football awards before practices wrapped up. Center David Andrews and inside linebacker Ramik Wilson were named most valuable players in the spring on each side of the ball. The most improved player on offense is Greg Pyke, who is holding down the starting right guard job. The most improved on […] - Full Story

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Pro Day at Georgia isn’t just about the most familiar names like Aaron Murray, Arthur Lynch and Garrison Smith. Others will be chasing their dreams as well on Wednesday, including Oconee County High product Blake Sailors. After joining the team as a walk-on, Sailors earned a reputation as a special teams standout while working as […] - Full Story

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Apr. 14, 2014

Aaron Murray sounds almost apologetic that Georgia’s Pro Day is coming weeks later this year to allow him more time recover from a torn ACL, but it’s finally here on Wednesday. - Full Story

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