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Sep. 2, 2014

Georgia wide receivers Malcolm Mitchell and Justin Scott-Wesley jogged on the side as the Bulldogs returned to practice on Tuesday afternoon. As you can see by the video above, Mitchell isn’t going at the type of pace you would see in a game. He later ran across the field still at a better pace than […] - Full Story

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It’s an open date for Georgia on the schedule, but “Bulldog Bytes” is back to chew on the big win against Clemson Saturday and the takeaways from the game. Joining Marc Weiszer and co-host Fletcher Page is guest Jason Hasty of the Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library at UGA. He is the curator of […] - Full Story

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Sep. 1, 2014

Amarlo Herrera was reminded plenty this summer that Georgia’s linebackers, particularly Ramik Wilson, were getting a lot of publicity about the type of seasons they might have. Herrera showed up in a big way in the Bulldogs’ opener Saturday and the senior inside linebacker Monday was named SEC defensive player of the week for the […] - Full Story

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Some thoughts two days after Georgia’s rousing 45-21 victory over Clemson: – Clemson led the nation in tackles for loss last year—9.5 per game—and had much of its personnel back in the front seven . How many did the Tigers end up with against a Georgia offensive line that lost three starters from last year? […] - Full Story

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Aug. 31, 2014

Georgia coach Mark Richt held his first Sunday teleconference tonight after Saturday’s 45-21 win against Clemson. Here’s some of what came out of that: –Tailback Keith Marshall, who had his last carry with about two minutes left in the third quarter, had his surgically-repaired right knee checked after the game, Richt said. “He’s fine,” Richt […] - Full Story

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Even Todd Gurley was talking about the Georgia defense on a night the star tailback scored four touchdowns, set a school record for all-purpose yards with 293 and set a new career rushing mark with 198. “Oh, man, they were incredible,” Gurley said after No. 12 Georgia’s 45-21 win over No. 16 Clemson Saturday night. […] - Full Story

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Aug. 30, 2014

Greetings from Sanford Stadium, where Georgia and Clemson kick off their seasons this evening. For a pair of top 20 teams, both have their share of uncertainty. How much improvement will Georgia have on defense under new coordinator Jeremy Pruitt? Can Clemson keep up its scoring pace on offense with Tajh Boyd, Sammy Watkins and […] - Full Story

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Aug. 29, 2014

Jay Rome didn’t have a huge game last season against the team that his father, Stan, used to play for: one catch for 10 yards in a 38-35 loss at Clemson. Rome’s health coming off a right foot injury that ended his season four games early in 2013 has kept him from being talked about […] - Full Story

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Kickoff for Georgia-Clemson is so close you can smell the tailgate grills getting fired up. We bring you the latest “Bulldog Bytes” podcast with a breakdown of the game from all angles with Dean Legge of DawgPost.com. We’ll also make our predictions on games in the SEC and nationally (we all had Temple Thursday night. […] - Full Story

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Aug. 28, 2014

Georgia will be missing two deep threats Saturday with Malcolm Mitchell and Justin Scott-Wesley not available to play. Mitchell hasn’t practiced after arthroscopic knee surgery July 31. Scott-Wesley is serving a suspension. What does that mean for Georgia’s vertical passing game? “We still have the ability to stretch the field with a few guys,” said […] - Full Story

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Aug. 27, 2014

Georgia coach Mark Richt came with a ready opening message in his last post-practice meeting with the beat writers before Saturday’s game with Clemson. “I think my No. 1 answer today will be, ‘I know, but I’m not going to tell you,’” Richt said Wednesday night. “Is that bad? I’m just trying to be honest […] - Full Story

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Aug. 26, 2014

Quarterback Hutson Mason donning the orange and white for Clemson? Mason will wear the Georgia “G” as starting quarterback Saturday, but he said Tuesday that the Tigers were heavily involved in his recruiting process out of Lassiter High. “Clemson never offered me, but I took a visit to Clemson and when I left there, they […] - Full Story

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It’s the first game week edition of Bulldog Bytes this season. We bring you what’s going on in the Clemson camp with Larry Williams of TigerIllustrated.com. We remember the legendary Dan Magill, the accomplished tennis coach who had many roles at Georgia including as sports information director and founding the Bulldog Club. And we take […] - Full Story

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Aug. 25, 2014

Keith Marshall felt at one point like this Saturday would never arrive. Time can move slowly on the road back from a torn ACL. The tailback’s 2013 season ended prematurely last Oct. 5 at Tennessee. Now Georgia and Marshall get going for 2014 in just days against Clemson. “It felt like it took forever,” Marshall […] - Full Story

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At least on paper, preseason All-American inside linebacker Ramik Wilson has lost his starting job. When Georgia’s depth chart for the Clemson game was released Monday, sophomore Tim Kimbrough was listed ahead of Wilson at the Mike inside linebacker position. That doesn’t mean Wilson, an All-SEC selection last season, won’t be out there ahead of […] - Full Story

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Aug. 22, 2014

Georgia’s assistant coaches met with the media Friday night for the first time since the first week of preseason practices. Offensive coordinator Mike Bobo and a few other assistants were available. Defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt was not. Here’s some of what Bobo had to say as the Bulldogs close in on the Aug. 30 season […] - Full Story

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Georgia has added a nonconference football game for the 2016 season. Nicholls State, an FCS school from Thibodaux, La., will get $525,000 for the game in Athens. The exact date for the game in 2016 has not been determined, according to a memorandum of understanding signed this month by the athletic directors at both schools […] - Full Story

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The lastest edition of “Bulldog Bytes” is here for your listening pleasure. Click here to get the podcast. UGA beat writer Marc Weiszer and sports editor Fletcher Page talk about what’s going on with inside linebacker Ramik Wilson, who is drawing plenty of All-American attention but isn’t a certainty to start in the opener. T. […] - Full Story

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Aug. 21, 2014

Georgia outside linebacker Jordan Jenkins got the news Thursday night that he was picked second-team All-SEC by the coaches while chatting with reporters after practice. “It’s definitely an honor and I appreciate that but right now I’m just ready to get out there and see what happens when everything is all is said and done,” […] - Full Story

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Aug. 20, 2014

Ramik Wilson seems to be on everybody’s preseason All-American team, but is the inside linebacker’s place in the Georgia starting lineup assured? With Wilson sidelined for more than a week earlier this preseason with a concussion, Georgia coach Mark Richt for the second straight day painted a picture of Wilson having some work to do […] - Full Story

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Aug. 19, 2014

When Georgia returned to the practice field after a couple of days off, it did so in a different way. Students were invited to watch in Sanford Stadium late Tuesday afternoon, with “Beat Clemson” shirts and free pizza handed out. “So practice is open today?” wide receiver Chris Conley tweeted Tuesday. A few hundred students […] - Full Story

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When Georgia returned to the practice field after a couple of days off, it did so in a different way. Students were invited to watch in Sanford Stadium late Tuesday afternoon, with “Beat Clemson” shirts and free pizza handed out. “So practice is open today?” wide receiver Chris Conley tweeted earlier in the day. A […] - Full Story

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Because you can’t get enough of us on Dogbytesonline.com, Onlineathens.com and Twitter, the Athens Banner-Herald’s UGA coverage will now be coming to your headphones and smartphones. Today marks the debut of “Bulldog Bytes” where we will talk Georgia football, basketball and whatever else might be on our minds. You can listen to the first show […] - Full Story

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Aug. 17, 2014

From Dean Legge of DawgPost.com: Four-star defensive lineman Jonathon Ledbetter didn’t want to remain publicly committed to Alabama any longer, and Georgia couldn’t be happier to hear what he had to say late on Saturday night. After completing a scrimmage at Tucker High in DeKalb, Ledbetter drove to Athens and committed to the Bulldogs. It […] - Full Story

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From Dean Legge of DawgPost.com: Georgia’s steady climb up the recruiting rankings and toward meeting the projected target of adding 30 prospects in the current class continued on Saturday when Creekside wide receiver Jayson Stanley picked the Bulldogs over Auburn. He made his announcement on Twitter. Stanley, the son of a running back at Georgia […] - Full Story

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