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Oct. 23, 2014

Only eleven Bulldogs, between both offense and defense, have started all seven games this season. Only one of those plays in the secondary. And only one of those is a freshman. - Full Story

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Oct. 22, 2014

The 22nd-ranked Georgia soccer team (10-3-1, 5-2-1) will play another split weekend this time out, traveling to take on Alabama on Friday night at the Alabama Soccer Stadium in Tuscaloosa, then returning home to meet Kentucky on Sunday in Athens. Georgia enters the weekend in third place in the conference standings with three to go. - Full Story

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Oct. 21, 2014

You need only glance at the name Kosta Vavlas to be immediately aware of the man’s Greek heritage. All we need is a bouzouki, a few broken plates and a tumbler of retsina to connect with the Agean Sea and the island of Kalymnos from which his forebears hailed. - Full Story

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Oct. 18, 2014

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. | Many expected the call of the Hogs to dominate the stadium on Saturday, but “Nick Chubb on the carry” sounded throughout the speakers at War Memorial 30 times, easily outnumbering the Arkansas chant. For the second week in a row, the freshman running back has been an offensive keystone for two […] - Full Story

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LITTLE ROCK, Ark. | Georgia’s first-half performance on defense was nearly perfect in its 45-32 win over Arkansas on Saturday, but the second half was rife with penalties and points given up. During the Razorbacks’ opening drive that resulted in 75 yards and a touchdown on 13 plays, Georgia’s defense looked weak against the run […] - Full Story

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LITTLE ROCK, ARK. | Two things became increasingly more clear as Georgia built a 32-point first-half lead, thanks to a mix of explosive scores and wonderfully-schemed defense, in Saturday’s road win at Arkansas. - Full Story

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Oct. 17, 2014

“The Art of War,” the ancient Chinese text attributed to military leader Sun Tzu, includes the following advice: “If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.” - Full Story

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Oct. 16, 2014

Freshman Lorenzo Carter got his first career quarterback sack in the Missouri game. - Full Story

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Oct. 13, 2014

When news of Georgia running back Todd Gurley’s indefinite suspension hit last week, many self-proclaimed “Gurley Girls” shifted their devotion to Georgia’s other running back and rising star Nick Chubb, giving birth to the “Chubby Girl” phenomenon. - Full Story

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Oct. 9, 2014

Dominick Sanders is a freshman who has put himself in the right position to play at Georgia, regardless of where it may be in the Bulldogs’ defensive backfield. “He doesn’t make a lot of mental errors,” Richt said. “He does tackle well in space. He competes extremely well. He’ll make a mistake here and there. […] - Full Story

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Oct. 8, 2014

David Andrews is a young man who likes to play outdoors. Put him in a deer stand, and he is home. Home is also a dove field or waving sagebrush where a covey of quail might flush in front of a birddog on a point — a scene worthy of an artist’s brush on canvas. - Full Story

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Oct. 7, 2014

A five-star recruiting prospect, accused of felony burglary, watched a University of Georgia athlete while she slept and continues to use the iPhone he denied taking from the dorm room she shared with other female athletes, according to a search warrant released by the Clarke County Clerk’s Office last week. - Full Story

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A five-star recruiting prospect, accused of felony burglary, watched a University of Georgia athlete while she slept and continues to use the iPhone he denied taking from the dorm room she shared with other female athletes, according to a search warrant released by the Clarke County Clerk’s Office last week. - Full Story

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A five-star recruiting prospect, accused of felony burglary, watched a University of Georgia athlete while she slept and continues to use the iPhone he denied taking from the dorm room she shared with other female athletes, according to a search warrant released by the Clarke County Clerk’s Office last week. - Full Story

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Oct. 4, 2014

Malcolm Mitchell nearly watched another game from the sidelines Saturday. Anyone who glanced at the week’s headlines would have expected both Mitchell and Justin Scott-Wesley, the junior wideouts who had yet to play a game this season, to play in the Vanderbilt game. Head coach Mark Richt wasn’t so sure of that in the day […] - Full Story

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Oct. 2, 2014

In a season where Georgia lost nearly every offensive weapon, losing to Vanderbilt seemed to be as bad as it could get. - Full Story

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Freshman cornerback Rico Johnson’s football career at Georgia is over. - Full Story

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Sep. 27, 2014

GRADING THE BULLDOGS - Full Story

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Spiking the ball after a touchdown for Todd Gurley was just like hurdling a defender during a long, fourth-quarter run. - Full Story

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Lorenzo Carter buried his helmet into Nathan Peterman’s chest on a pivotal third down play in the third quarter, knocking the quarterback’s neck back and sending him crashing into the dirt. - Full Story

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Sep. 26, 2014

There was a time former Florida quarterback Tim Tebow wouldn’t be received so well in Athens. - Full Story

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Sep. 25, 2014

Senior wideout Chris Conley was named a semifinalist for the William V. Campbell Award in an announcement made by the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame on Thursday.  - Full Story

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TAKE IT WAY, KEEP IT AWAY - Full Story

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OFFENSE: GEORGIA - Full Story

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Georgia fans are reliving the glory days of football in the Vince Dooley era with an exhibit at the university’s Russell Research Library Building. - Full Story

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