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Sep. 24, 2016

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May. 22, 2016

Senior Tina Iosefa and freshman Lacey Sumerlin each homered and recorded two RBI to lead 16th-seeded Georgia (42-17) to a 5-2 win over Northwestern (27-27) on Saturday afternoon at Jack Turner Stadium. With two RBI in the contest, Iosefa tied former Bulldog Alisa Goler for the school and SEC record with 83 RBI in a […] - Full Story

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Mar. 22, 2016

Georgia’s Nick Chubb at practice Georgia running back Nick Chubb again practiced in a black jersey on Tuesday, doing “run polish” in a drill in which he took a handoff from Brice Ramsey and did straight away running and wasn’t hit. Brendan Douglas, coming off wrist surgery, also remains in a black jersey signifying he’s […] - Full Story

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Nov. 10, 2015

John Theus moving from starting left tackle to right tackle may have turned out to be the second most significant thing that happened to the Theus brothers Saturday. Older brother Nathan Theus, Georgia’s long snapper, was right there when Kentucky’s Ryan Timmons fumbled a Brice Ramsey punt after the Wildcats were flagged for being offsides […] - Full Story

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Nov. 5, 2015

Malcolm Mitchell knows what it’s like to switch positions. During his early years at Georgia, Mitchell, who leads the team in receptions and receiving yards this season, bounced between playing cornerback and wide receiver. So when Brice Ramsey flipped from quarterback to punter, he wasn’t surprised with the results. “It’s not too difficult, not if […] - Full Story

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Nov. 3, 2015

Here’s some positive Georgia football news: Leonard Floyd is one of the 10 semifinalists for the Butkus Award. The prize goes to the nation’s top linebacker. The redshirt junior from Eastman leads Georgia with 3 ½ sacks, is second with 6 ½ tackles for loss and third with 44 tackles. He returned a fumble 96 […] - Full Story

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Oct. 9, 2015

Tennessee quarterback Josh Dobbs vs. Georgia defense Junior quarterback Josh Dobbs hasn’t led Tennessee to wins in big games this season, but he still is one of the most dangerous quarterbacks in the SEC. “He’s a guy that definitely has our attention,” Georgia coach Mark Richt said. The 6-foot-3, 216-pound Alpharetta product is 7-7 as […] - Full Story

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Oct. 3, 2015

Put Alabama in third-and-long Creating unfavorable down and distance to let Leonard Floyd, Jordan Jenkins and Lorenzo Carter loose to get after Jake Coker will be advantage Georgia. The Crimson Tide are converting on 36.8 percent of their third downs — tied for 10th in the SEC — and have sometimes run routes that have […] - Full Story

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Oct. 2, 2015

Alabama and Georgia regularly flex their recruiting muscle and land high-end prospects. So it’s no surprise they were tied for fourth among schools that churned out players who are on NFL rosters this year. Yet Alabama’s starting quarterback doesn’t come from signing classes ranked top in the nation four straight years by Rivals.com before being […] - Full Story

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Sep. 25, 2015

Hey, Georgia fans, what are you most excited about Saturday? Watching the Bulldogs play Southern? That it’s another day closer to the huge game against Alabama. Watching Southern’s band, known as the “Human Jukebox?” On the latest edition of “Bulldog Bytes,” Marc Weiszer and Fletcher Page of the Athens Banner-Herald talk about some the angles […] - Full Story

Peyton Thomas had no idea. She had no idea that Georgia was going to beat South Carolina. Or that her boyfriend’s claim as Senior of the Week was a fabrication. She thought the photographers were at midfield to take pictures of her and her football-playing boyfriend. So she was genuinely surprised when Jake Ganus got […] - Full Story

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Sep. 24, 2015

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Sep. 22, 2015

Greyson Lambert was near perfect in Georgia’s destruction of South Carolina Saturday night. How did the Bulldogs starting quarterback go from being shaky against Vanderbilt to spectacular against the Gamecocks? Marc Weiszer and Fletcher Page of the Athens Banner-Herald look at what went right for Lambert and Brian Schottenhimer’s offense Saturday in the latest edition […] - Full Story

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Sep. 20, 2015

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Sep. 12, 2015

NASHVILLE, Tenn. | If you saw Jordan Jenkins after his performance against Vanderbilt, you would’ve thought he just gave the musical performance of a lifetime. His voice was raspy, his hands were shaking and he was losing feeling in the extremities of his body. But Jenkins didn’t belt out the lyrics to an iconic song […] - Full Story

NASHVILLE, Tenn. | As things currently stand, this isn’t going to work.  Not against Alabama. Or at Tenneseee. Maybe not next weekend when Steve Spurrier returns to Sanford Stadium. Georgia’s offense, with Nick Chubb and all, can’t get the Bulldogs to the SEC Championship and beyond. Not with the look it has in the passing […] - Full Story

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Sep. 10, 2015

Click below to hear/see Mark Richt address the media for the last time before Saturday's game at Vanderbilt... - Full Story

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Sep. 9, 2015

Jake Ganus played in his 37th college football game last Saturday, making his 33rd career start. That doesn’t mean the UAB transfer inside linebacker wasn’t feeling the emotions when he lined up on the front line of Georgia’s kickoff return unit at the start of the game against Louisiana-Monroe. “I ran out there, everyone’s going […] - Full Story

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Sep. 6, 2015

Click below to hear Brice Ramsey talk about UGA’s season-opening win • Check out more photos from Saturday’s game in our slideshow.  - Full Story

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Aug. 4, 2015

Georgia football coach Mark Richt met the media on the first day of preseason practices Tuesday with a a new podium in front of him to address issues heading into camp. There was plenty of quarterback talk was, of course. “We’re going to rotate the top three guys, the top three scholarship quarterbacks,” he reiterated. […] - Full Story