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Oct. 31, 2014

A redshirt freshman wide receiver for Georgia back in 2011 could hardly believe how one-sided Florida’s hold was on the border rivalry. - Full Story

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1. CREATE TURNOVERS - Full Story

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Florida’s offense needs a spark. - Full Story

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Oct. 30, 2014

Three weeks after Todd Gurley was first suspended by Georgia, there is finally closure. An NCAA reinstatement committee on Thursday night denied the school’s appeal to have the star running back’s four-game suspension reduced, according to the NCAA. So Gurley won’t return until the Nov. 15 game against Auburn. He will miss Saturday’s game against […] - Full Story

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If Georgia is unsuccessful in getting running back Todd Gurley’s four-game suspension reduced through appeal, the star running back will finish out the regular season entirely between the hedges at home in the Bulldogs last three games. - Full Story

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Another game week has been dominated by the status of Todd Gurley. Marc Weiszer and Fletcher Page of the Athens Banner-Herald break down the NCAA’s decision that Gurley will miss two more games (barring a change under appeal) for taking more than $3,000 for his autograph from memorabilia dealers. We talk about it from the […] - Full Story

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Oct. 29, 2014

Georgia has added a home game for the 2017 season against Samford, according to a  memorandum of understanding obtained by the Athens Banner-Herald in an open records request. - Full Story

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Georgia’s four turnovers lost are the fewest in the nation, just ahead of Oregon, Duke and Northern Illinois. - Full Story

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The neutral site for the annual Georgia-Florida game wasn’t considered too neutral for some on the Georgia side when the Bulldogs were on the losing end too often during a two decade stretch. - Full Story

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Georgia has added a home football game for the 2017 season against Samford, according to a memorandum of understanding obtained by the Athens Banner-Herald in an open records request. The agreement, signed Wednesday by UGA athletic director Greg McGarity, calls for the FCS school from Birmingham, Ala., that plays in the Southern Conference to get […] - Full Story

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Georgia star running back Todd Gurley must serve two more games as part of his suspension for accepting more than $3,000 in cash from multiple memorabilia dealers for his autograph, the NCAA announced Wednesday morning. The school is appealing the decision. If it stands, it would mean the No. 9 Bulldogs won’t have Gurley for […] - Full Story

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Oct. 28, 2014

Georgia and Florida will be wearing their home dark jerseys for the first time since 1970, according to Georgia. The Bulldogs will be in red jerseys and Florida will be in blue. Mike Bobo said of Hutson Mason: “I hope he’s not color blind. If he throws it to one of them, that will be the reason.” Mason said he hadn’t thought about the impact no white jerseys would have on him as he throws to his receivers. “Now you got me a little paranoid,” he said. Georgia is actually designated as the home team for the game, but agreed to allow Florida to wear their home jersey. …Tailbacks Sony Michel (shoulder) and Keith Marshall (ankle) aren’t expected to be ready to play Saturday, Mark Richt reiterated. Michel looked fine running in practice bu McClendon said he’s trying to “gauge how much contact he goes into.” Michel is still undergoing tests on his shoulder, McClendon said. …The kickoff time Saturday is 3:39 p.m. - Full Story

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Amarlo Herrera shrugged off not getting much attention in the preseason for award watch lists. - Full Story

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Georgia’s offensive line, a bright spot this season, may lose only one starter after this season if Kolton Houston gets his way. - Full Story

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Quarterback Hutson Mason said Georgia’s preparation for Florida hasn’t been negatively impacted by the uncertain status of star tailback Todd Gurley. - Full Story

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Drum roll please. - Full Story

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Drum roll please. - Full Story

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Georgia offensive coordinator Mike Bobo met with reporters Tuesday night after practice. He talked about quarterback Hutson Mason’s play, preparing with the uncertainty of Todd Gurley’s status and Florida’s defense. - Full Story

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Third downs used to leave Georgia outside linebacker Leonard Floyd bracing for the worst. - Full Story

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Georgia’s offensive line, a bright spot this season, may lose only one starter after this season if Kolton Houston gets his way. The right tackle said Tuesday he plans to apply to the NCAA for one more season of eligibility. “We’ll definitely go ahead and apply for it and we’ll see where that takes us,” […] - Full Story

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NCAA president Mark Emmert credited Georgia with how it has dealt with its investigation of whether running back Todd Gurley signed autographs for money. “From the facts that we know today, publicly, Georgia’s behavior has been commendable,” Emmert said in an interview with the Associated Press Monday. “They, apparently, saw something that concerned them, and […] - Full Story

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Oct. 27, 2014

Another day passed on Monday without Georgia knowing whether its reinstatement request for Todd Gurley will allow him to play Saturday against Florida. “It’s been stressful, of course, for the coaches and players and, of course, Todd,” nose guard Mike Thornton said. “We have to continue preparing and we have been.” The star running back […] - Full Story

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Picking the best Georgia linebacker this season may be in the eye of the beholder. The Butkus Award named two Bulldogs Monday among the 15 semifinalists for the nation’s top linebacker: junior Jordan Jenkins and senior Ramik Wilson. Wilson, an inside linebacker from Tampa, is second on Georgia and ranks ninth in the SEC with […] - Full Story

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Besides the physical play, one other thing stood out to linebacker Leonard Floyd playing in his first Florida game last year. “There’s a lot of trash talk going on out there,” Floyd said. “We’ve got bad blood for ‘em. We’re going to be pretty amped up ready to play them.” …Head coach Mark Richt was […] - Full Story

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Besides the physical play, one other thing stood out to otuside linebacker Leonard Floyd playing in his first Florida game last year. “There’s a lot of trash talk going on out there,” Floyd said. “We’ve got bad blood for ‘em. We’re going to be pretty amped up ready to play them.” …Georgia head coach Mark Richt was asked on his radio show about tailbacks Sony Michel (shoulder) and Keith Marshall (ankle): “I don’t know for sure if they’ll be ready this week. I would not be holding my breath on that.” …As reported in March, both teams will wear their home jerseys Saturday in this game for the first time since the 1960s. Georgia will wear red and Florida is expected to be in blue. …Georgia’s Monday practices coming off an open date are often full pads like a regular Tuesday practice, but the Bulldogs held a lighter practice for the first of the week. …Florida quarterback Jeff Driskel, benched as the starter, missed practice time last week with a sore back, Will Muschamp said. …Saturday’s Georgia captains: quarterback Hutson Mason, center David Andrews, cornerback Damian Swann and kicker Marshall Morgan. …Offensive tackle John Theus spent the off weekend in New Jersey at the wedding of quarterback Faton Bauta’s sister. - Full Story

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