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Aug. 27, 2014

— As widely expected, coach Mark Richt confirmed Tuesday that wide receivers Malcolm Mitchell and Justin Scott-Wesley won’t play Saturday. Mitchell hasn’t practiced after arthroscopic knee surgery July 31. Scott-Wesley is serving a suspension for a marijuana arrest. - Full Story

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Quarterback Hutson Mason donning the orange and white for Clemson? - Full Story

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Collin Barber remains a “little bit ahead recently” of Adam Erickson in the competition at punter, assistant John Lilly said Tuesday night. - Full Story

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A day after the release of Georgia’s depth chart made waves when All-SEC inside linebacker Ramik Wilson was listed as a second-teamer, Amarlo Herrera was succinct when asked if too much is made of what’s on paper. - Full Story

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Aug. 26, 2014

Meet the new guys who Georgia will be counting on in its overhauled secondary. - Full Story

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Quarterback Hutson Mason donning the orange and white for Clemson? Mason will wear the Georgia “G” as starting quarterback Saturday, but he said Tuesday that the Tigers were heavily involved in his recruiting process out of Lassiter High. “Clemson never offered me, but I took a visit to Clemson and when I left there, they […] - Full Story

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It’s the first game week edition of Bulldog Bytes this season. We bring you what’s going on in the Clemson camp with Larry Williams of TigerIllustrated.com. We remember the legendary Dan Magill, the accomplished tennis coach who had many roles at Georgia including as sports information director and founding the Bulldog Club. And we take […] - Full Story

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Aug. 25, 2014

Keith Marshall felt at one point like this Saturday would never arrive. - Full Story

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At least on paper, preseason All-American inside linebacker Ramik Wilson has lost his starting job. - Full Story

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Wide receiver Chris Conley practiced in a non-contact jersey Monday for the shoulder injury that had limited him some this preseason. He missed at least part of practice late last week. …Georgia is favored by 7 ½, according to Vegasinsider.com. …Georgia’s captains Saturday: quarterback Hutson Mason, center David Andrews, defensive lineman Sterling Bailey and special teamer Kosta Vavlas. …Calling the game Saturday for ESPN: Brad Nessler, Todd Blackledge and Holly Rowe. - Full Story

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There remain lingering questions about who might be counted on to play in No. 12 Georgia’s secondary Saturday against No. 16 Clemson. - Full Story

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Keith Marshall felt at one point like this Saturday would never arrive. Time can move slowly on the road back from a torn ACL. The tailback’s 2013 season ended prematurely last Oct. 5 at Tennessee. Now Georgia and Marshall get going for 2014 in just days against Clemson. “It felt like it took forever,” Marshall […] - Full Story

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At least on paper, preseason All-American inside linebacker Ramik Wilson has lost his starting job. When Georgia’s depth chart for the Clemson game was released Monday, sophomore Tim Kimbrough was listed ahead of Wilson at the Mike inside linebacker position. That doesn’t mean Wilson, an All-SEC selection last season, won’t be out there ahead of […] - Full Story

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Aug. 24, 2014

John Theus is poised to start just where he wants to be on the Georgia offensive line. At the pivotal left tackle spot after two seasons manning right tackle. The new gig comes with a hazardous job description: blocking Clemson All-American defensive end Vic Beasley in the opener Saturday in Sanford Stadium. “When we played […] - Full Story

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Georgia is dispensing with the catchy slogans this time around. - Full Story

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It was sort of like Microsoft nabbing a bigwig from Apple days after the launch of the iPhone. - Full Story

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Before Todd Gurley ever played a down at Georgia, a senior who tried to corral him in practice compared him to Trent Richardson, who had just gone No. 3 overall in the NFL draft. - Full Story

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Dan Magill, a name synonymous with Georgia athletics and Athens for nearly a century and beloved by generations of Bulldogs fans, died Saturday night at the age of 93. “I’ve always thought and still do that he’s probably the greatest Bulldog of all time,” Georgia athletic director Greg McGarity said in May, 2012. What didn’t […] - Full Story

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Aug. 23, 2014

The day before preseason camp began at Georgia, Hutson Mason got a text from the person who set the Georgia standard for making the most out of a one-and-only season as the starting quarterback. - Full Story

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If Georgia had its full complement of wide receivers available, figuring out who would be the starters in a three or four receiver set would probably be easier, but it doesn’t. There are no signs that Malcolm Mitchell will be available for the opener against Clemson after arthroscopic knee surgery. Justin Scott-Wesley, expected to be […] - Full Story

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Aug. 22, 2014

Just a week out from the season-opening game against Clemson, Georgia coaches seem fine with leaving some uncertainty on whether All-SEC inside linebacker Ramik Wilson will be starting. - Full Story

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Georgia coaches are playing it close to the vest when it comes to how their depth chart is shaking out. - Full Story

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When asked about Bulldogs freshman Isaiah McKenzie returning kicks, assistant coach Tony Ball also mentioned five other candidates starting with Todd Gurley. The star running back hasn’t returned a kick since 2012 when he returned a kickoff 100 yards against Buffalo. He had seven for 243 yards that season. “Everyone’s a possibility,” Ball said. “Anybody that can help us win.” Ball also mentioned Reggie Davis, Sony Michel and Malcolm Mitchell and Justin Scott-Wesley when available. …McKenzie and Reggie Davis are the possibilities at punt returner. The fact that McKenzie is a freshman won’t keep him out of the lineup. “He’ll figure it out,” Ekeler said. “You’d probably like to have one but if there’s two guys that are pretty equal and you want to get a look at them, it’s like rotating quarterbacks.” - Full Story

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The push made this offseason for Georgia defensive players to slim down to get quicker and recover easier has shown results this preseason. - Full Story

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