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Lorenzo Carter buried his helmet into Nathan Peterman‚Äôs chest on a pivotal third down play in the third quarter, knocking the quarterback‚Äôs neck back and sending him crashing into the dirt. - Full Story
Spiking the ball after a touchdown for Todd Gurley was just like hurdling a defender during a long, fourth-quarter run. - Full Story
There was a time former Florida quarterback Tim Tebow wouldn‚Äôt be received so well in Athens. - Full Story
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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Georgia fans are reliving the glory days of football in the Vince Dooley era with an exhibit at the university‚Äôs Russell Research Library Building. - Full Story
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Limitations due to class standing is quickly becoming a thing of the past in college football. - Full Story
Precocious young football players remind you of yearlings romping about a white fenced pasture of bluegrass in the rolling hills of Kentucky. You envision that there are big races for them to win before they move on to stud. - Full Story
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) ‚Äî Tennessee has dismissed running back Treyvon Paulk from the team for what Volunteers coach Butch Jones described as a "personal conduct issue."
Jones said at his weekly news conference Monday that, "We hold our players to a very high standard and expectation of being a member of our football family." Jones didn't go into detail on the situation that resulted in Paulk's dismissal.
Paulk, a freshman from Alpharetta, Georgia, hadn't appeared in any of Tennessee's first three games. Paulk was rated as a three-star prospect by most recruiting services when he signed with Tennessee in February.
Tennessee (2-1, 0-0 Southeastern Conference) is playing at No. 12 Georgia (2-1, 0-1) on Saturday.
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Georgia‚Äôs defenders found themselves near the end zone they were protecting on Saturday, with Troy having marched down near the goal line twice in the Bulldogs‚Äô 66-0 win.¬† - Full Story
The University of Georgia is moving ahead with plans to build an indoor football practice field. The board of the UGA Athletic Association voted Friday to pay an architectural firm $400,000 to design and find a place for the huge building, which would measure in the range of 70 by 140 yards and 75 to […] - Full Story
Offensive line coach Will Friend kept his starting rotation under wraps prior to this season. - Full Story
Georgia‚Äôs matchup with Troy is set to kick off at noon Saturday. - Full Story
J.J. Green is no stranger to change. - Full Story
The kickoff for Saturday‚Äôs matchup between Georgia and South Carolina was scheduled for 3:39 p.m., barring inclement weather. - Full Story
John Theus missed last Wednesday‚Äôs practice with what coach Mark Richt called a sprained ankle. - Full Story
When Georgia takes on South Carolina in Columbia on Saturday, both team‚Äôs coaches and players will highlight September as National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. - Full Story
Marshall Morgan is on the brink of SEC history. - Full Story
Steve Spurrier knows what‚Äôs at stake in Saturday‚Äôs game between South Carolina and Georgia, even if recent history suggests otherwise. - Full Story
After roughly eight years of football, Taylor Maxey finally has a position he calls his own. - Full Story
Todd Gurley‚Äôs odds of winning the Heisman Trophy went from 14/1 to 7/1, according to Bovada, after his monster game in the opener when he rushed for 198 yards and three touchdowns and scored on the kickoff return. He was also named one of four weekly honorees for the Paul Hornung Award for a versatile, single-game performance. ‚Ä¶Junior college transfer cornerback Shattle Fenteng and freshman cornerback Malkom Parrish didn‚Äôt play against Clemson because they weren‚Äôt ready to play, defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt said. Fenteng missed most of the preseason practices with a shoulder injury. ‚ÄúSome guys had to play that weren‚Äôt ready to play,‚Äù Pruitt said. ‚ÄúWe can say that, too.‚Äù ‚Ä¶Nose guard Chris Mayes, who started seven games last year, didn‚Äôt play Saturday after missing practice time with an injury. ‚ÄúI‚Äôm more concerned about getting him healthy and full speed,‚Äù defensive line coach Tray Rocker said. ‚Ä¶Receiver Jonathon Rumph didn‚Äôt play due to a lingering injury, Bobo said. ‚ÄúWe‚Äôre going to have to have Rumph,‚Äù offensive coordinator Mike Bobo said. ‚ÄúHe‚Äôs going to have to play for us this season. So this is a big week and a half for Jonathon.‚Äù - Full Story
Georgia climbed four spots in the Amway Coaches Poll and received a first-place vote after topping Clemson on Saturday. - Full Story
After over a week‚Äôs worth of worry regarding Georgia‚Äôs Ramik Wilson‚Äôs status as a starter, the senior linebacker was on the field for the game‚Äôs first series. - Full Story