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Aug. 1, 2013

When preseason camp opens it usually corresponds with the end of the summer school session, so players don’t have anything to do except think about football. So they begin preseason workouts sequestered with nothing on their schedules except team meetings and workouts, which makes their downtime precious. “It’s probably the time when you build the […] - Full Story

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Jul. 15, 2013

Scott Stricklin took over as Georgia’s head coach only a few days before the Major League First-Year Player Draft. - Full Story

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Jun. 14, 2013

Scott Stricklin’s top assistant at Kent State will stay at Kent State. - Full Story

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Jun. 5, 2013

Scott Stricklin formally met the Bulldog Nation on Wednesday. He wasted no time stating his objective for the program, to factor into the Southeastern Conference title without fail. “Our goal No. 1 is we’re going to compete for an SEC championship every single year,” Stricklin said. “The reason I say that, if you’re competing for […] - Full Story

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Jun. 4, 2013

Although Georgia will be more than 2,500 miles from home, it should have a large contingent of supporters just from the Bulldogs’ teammates. - Full Story

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Jun. 3, 2013

Georgia made it official on Monday. - Full Story

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Jun. 2, 2013

A former Georgia Tech assistant will be the next Georgia baseball coach. Georgia has reportedly hired current Kent State coach Scott Stricklin to replace David Perno. The announcement could come as early as Monday, multiple sources have said. Stricklin is a one-time Georgia Tech assistant coach who has has guided Kent State to five regional […] - Full Story

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May. 31, 2013

The NCAA regionals have begun. The Southeastern Conference spring meetings have ended. But the waiting game continues for Georgia’s hunt for a baseball coach. - Full Story

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May. 30, 2013

MILTON — Georgia’s final round at the NCAA national championships felt like the third act of the same play. - Full Story

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May. 29, 2013

MILTON — On a day when much of the field made a major move, Georgia treaded water. - Full Story

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May. 28, 2013

MILTON — The late afternoon sun baked the Capital City course’s greens as hard as a parking lot. - Full Story

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May. 24, 2013

Emilie Burger’s Georgia career came to an end about a chip shot away from her home locker room for the last four years. - Full Story

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Southern Cal went to the course on Friday with a plump lead and forward momentum. - Full Story

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May. 23, 2013

Auburn took to the UGA Golf Course early Thursday morning with more on its mind than playing golf. - Full Story

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Thursday began with Southern California looking to preserve a double-digit lead over the rest of the field. - Full Story

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May. 22, 2013

A slow start stung Emilie Burger for the second time in two days at the NCAA women’s golf championship. - Full Story

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When Southern California left the course after its first round on Tuesday, it felt like a big-time score in the second round sat within reach. But the Trojans didn’t know how big that round would be. - Full Story

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May. 21, 2013

Emilie Burger’s putter left her with plenty to be frustrated with Tuesday. But the lone Georgia representative said she is confident that the putts she missed in the first round will start to drop today in the second round of the NCAA women’s golf championships at the UGA Golf Course. “I hit the ball really […] - Full Story

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Oklahoma and Oklahoma State took to the UGA Golf Course for the NCAA women’s national championship with more on their minds than swinging clubs. - Full Story

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May. 20, 2013

David Perno has been always been somebody who preferred to look at positives rather than negatives. So when his 12-year run as Georgia’s head baseball coach came to an end on Sunday, Perno focused on the Bulldogs’ wins against their biggest rivals in his last week. “I loved my time at Georgia,” Perno said. “There’s […] - Full Story

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May. 18, 2013

Georgia has had plenty of moments to forget in 2013. But the Bulldogs made some memories with how it ended by beating their two biggest rivals. - Full Story

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May. 16, 2013

The postseason suspense ended for Georgia on Thursday. - Full Story

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May. 15, 2013

The defining moments of Georgia’s Class of 2013 have come more often at the Shepherd Center than on the trophy stand. - Full Story

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ATLANTA — Not much has gone well for Georgia this season. But one thing the Bulldogs have been able to do is beat Georgia Tech. Georgia rallied twice to knock off Georgia Tech 14-13 in 11 innings on Tuesday at Russ Chandler Stadium to take the regular-season series against the Yellow Jackets for the first […] - Full Story

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May. 14, 2013

Emilie Burger’s first trip to compete in the NCAA national championships will be more than a little bittersweet. - Full Story

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