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Sep. 2, 2014

Georgia ran the ball down Clemson’s throats Saturday. - Full Story

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Wide receivers Malcolm Mitchell and Justin Scott-Wesley jogged on the side as the Bulldogs returned to practice on Tuesday afternoon. - Full Story

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Georgia made its biggest jump in the Associated Press poll during a season since 2007 when it moved up six spots on Tuesday to No. 6 in the nation. - Full Story

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Given where Georgia’s defense left off, its showing in a season-opening win against Clemson was quite the building block in its first game under defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt. - Full Story

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Georgia’s rise up to No. 6 in the AP poll and its impressive fourth quarter in a 45-21 win over Clemson Saturday doesn’t mean that the Bulldogs’ coaches aren’t using the bye week to get even better. Defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt (above) was pleased with his players’ effort throughout the game, but there are other […] - Full Story

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Georgia wide receivers Malcolm Mitchell and Justin Scott-Wesley jogged on the side as the Bulldogs returned to practice on Tuesday afternoon. As you can see by the video above, Mitchell isn’t going at the type of pace you would see in a game. He later ran across the field still at a better pace than […] - Full Story

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Georgia made its biggest one-week jump in the Associated Press college football poll during a season since 2007 on Tuesday when it moved up six spots to No. 6 in the nation. The Bulldogs impressed poll voters by knocking off then No. 16 Clemson 45-21 Saturday. Georgia moved up four spots in the USA Today […] - Full Story

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It’s an open date for Georgia on the schedule, but “Bulldog Bytes” is back to chew on the big win against Clemson Saturday and the takeaways from the game. Joining Marc Weiszer and co-host Fletcher Page is guest Jason Hasty of the Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library at UGA. He is the curator of […] - Full Story

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Sep. 1, 2014

Amarlo Herrera was reminded all preseason that Georgia’s linebackers, particularly Ramik Wilson, were getting a lot of publicity about the type of seasons they might have. - Full Story

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The first interception for Georgia under new defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt stood out to head coach Mark Richt. - Full Story

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The availability of wide receivers Malcolm Mitchell and Justin Scott-Wesley for the South Carolina game on Sept. 13 is uncertain even after coach Mark Richt was asked about them on his radio call-in show on Monday night. - Full Story

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Georgia coach Mark Richt delivered a message to his team when they met on Monday afternoon two days after a win that had Georgia being talked about as a playoff-type team - Full Story

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Georgia’s athletic board is expected to hear about future plans for an indoor practice facility at its meeting this month, but coach Mark Richt said on his radio show that practicing outside in the heat paid dividends against Clemson. “We could have taken a few days off here and there because it was so hot,” Richt said. “A lot of teams have that indoor facility that they go inside and practice, but we stayed out in the heat and we kept grinding and there were some times I wondered if we were going too hard.” …There were no injuries of significance to report out of the Clemson game, Richt said. “I think we came out extremely well,” said Richt, noting he didn’t think anyone would miss the South Carolina game from an injury in the opener. - Full Story

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Georgia has prided itself on trying to have balance on offense in putting up school-record numbers the last couple of years. - Full Story

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Amarlo Herrera was reminded plenty this summer that Georgia’s linebackers, particularly Ramik Wilson, were getting a lot of publicity about the type of seasons they might have. Herrera showed up in a big way in the Bulldogs’ opener Saturday and the senior inside linebacker Monday was named SEC defensive player of the week for the […] - Full Story

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Some thoughts two days after Georgia’s rousing 45-21 victory over Clemson: – Clemson led the nation in tackles for loss last year—9.5 per game—and had much of its personnel back in the front seven . How many did the Tigers end up with against a Georgia offensive line that lost three starters from last year? […] - Full Story

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Aug. 31, 2014

Unbridled optimism is running rampant following Saturday’s uplifting lid-lifter for the Georgia football team against Clemson. Todd Gurley and the Bulldogs deep stable of running backs churned out 328 rushing yards. Jeremy Pruitt’s defense shut out Clemson for the final 37 minutes and held the Tigers without a rushing yard in the second half. The […] - Full Story

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Unbridled optimism is running rampant following Saturday’s uplifting lid-lifter for the Georgia football team against Clemson. - Full Story

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Georgia coach Mark Richt held his first Sunday teleconference tonight after Saturday’s 45-21 win against Clemson. Here’s some of what came out of that: –Tailback Keith Marshall, who had his last carry with about two minutes left in the third quarter, had his surgically-repaired right knee checked after the game, Richt said. “He’s fine,” Richt […] - Full Story

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Even Todd Gurley was talking about the Georgia defense on a night the star tailback scored four touchdowns, set a school record for all-purpose yards with 293 and set a new career rushing mark with 198. “Oh, man, they were incredible,” Gurley said after No. 12 Georgia’s 45-21 win over No. 16 Clemson Saturday night. […] - Full Story

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Todd Gurley was every bit the high-wattage star expected and then some Saturday night in Georgia’s season-opener. The junior tailback didn’t have the heaviest workload, but showed a national television audience why he’s a Heisman Trophy frontrunner by making the most of the touches he did have as No. 12 Georgia ran away from No. […] - Full Story

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Aug. 30, 2014

Greetings from Sanford Stadium, where Georgia and Clemson kick off their seasons this evening. For a pair of top 20 teams, both have their share of uncertainty. How much improvement will Georgia have on defense under new coordinator Jeremy Pruitt? Can Clemson keep up its scoring pace on offense with Tajh Boyd, Sammy Watkins and […] - Full Story

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Five Keys for Bulldogs Show stamina Clemson’s uptempo pace will test Georgia’ offseason emphasis on get quicker and faster on defense. In the past, the Bulldogs had trouble making substitutions and players wore down. “We tended to do worse and worse as the game progressed,” outside linebacker Jordan Jenkins said. Georgia coach Mark Richt said […] - Full Story

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Aug. 29, 2014

A new college football season for Georgia gets underway Saturday with an old rival coming to town for a top-20 showdown right out of the gates. - Full Story

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Looking at the Georgia football program from afar, the task of replacing a four-year starter who threw for more touchdown passes, yards and completions than anyone else in Southeastern Conference history jumps out to many as sort of a big deal. - Full Story

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