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Aug. 9, 2014

A former Georgia player is the men’s basketball program’s new operations coordinator. Matt Bucklin, a walk-on guard for Georgia from 2008-12, was promoted after two seasons as a graduate assistant for the program under coach Mark Fox. The Marietta, Ga., native replaces Byron Samuels, who served one season on the Georgia staff before being hired […] - Full Story

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Aug. 8, 2014

Georgia is back on the practice field Friday for two more preseason practices. The morning practice is being held under overcast skies. Here’s some of what was gleaned during the seven minutes the media were permitted to view: –Defensive lineman Chris Mayes wasn’t practicing today. He didn’t show up to interviews on Thursday, an indication […] - Full Story

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Aug. 7, 2014

The Georgia men’s basketball team will open Southeastern Conference play at home against Arkansas on Jan. 6 and have its home finale March 3 against Kentucky, according to a draft of the team’s league schedule. After the Arkansas league opener, the Bulldogs will then have road games at LSU and Vanderbilt before returning home to […] - Full Story

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Georgia is practicing under the hottest conditions so far this preseason Thursday afternoon with the temperature at 96 degrees early in the workout. There was good news on the injury front with cornerback Shattle Fenteng taking part in the full pads practice in a non-contact jersey after being out for a few days. Also, outside […] - Full Story

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Aug. 6, 2014

Tight end Jackson Harris from Columbia, Tenn., has signed a financial aid agreement with Georgia. Harris announced on June 12 that he had given a verbal commitment to the Bulldogs and signed the agreement this week. Harris, a four-star rated recruit, is the lone prospect to sign such an agreement thus far with Georgia in […] - Full Story

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Georgia has several players missing or limited from practice this preseason due to injuries. That’s hardly out of the ordinary considering the Bulldogs wrapped up their sixth preseason practice on Wednesday morning. Inside linebacker Ramik Wilson and junior college transfer cornerback Shattle Fenteng missed another day of practice. Both were on hand watching, but their […] - Full Story

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As Chicago Cubs legend Ernie Banks would say, let’s play two. Or in the case of Georgia, it’s practicing two times on Wednesday. The Bulldogs are holding their first two-a-day practices. They will do it four times total before breaking preseason camp next week. Nothing of major significance apparent in terms of new injuries after […] - Full Story

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Aug. 5, 2014

Georgia still has plans to build a full-fledged indoor practice facility for football and it will be discussed at the next athletic board meeting in September, athletic director Greg McGarity said Tuesday. “Everybody keeps asking about the indoor facility,” McGarity said. “I’m sure it will be a discussion at our board meeting. There’s nothing beyond […] - Full Story

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Georgia put the full pads on for the first time this preseason on Tuesday afternoon. What followed was a spirited show for some former lettermen, the media and those on the team. Voices were raised. Players’ toughness was questioned. It was a grudge match between the offense and defense 3-on-3 style. We have been warned […] - Full Story

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Jeremy Pruitt says he doesn’t think he has a secondary at Georgia ready to play “winning football” after just four preseason practices. The Bulldogs’ first-year defensive coordinator coaches the defensive backs. It’s a group that lost some key components this offseason due to dismissals and a transfer and gained several new pieces with newcomers. “Right […] - Full Story

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Aug. 4, 2014

Georgia is practicing on Monday afternoon with inside linebacker Ramik Wilson, last year’s SEC tackles leader, sitting out with an apparent injury. Wilson was sitting on the steps of the trainer’s shed viewing practice. It wasn’t clear what might be keeping him out. The good news for Georgia is tight end Jay Rome is back […] - Full Story

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Aug. 3, 2014

Georgia is practicing in pads for the first time this preseason in a rare Sunday practice. Not full pads, mind you, but “shells,” which is helmets, shorts and shoulder pads. This is easily the hottest day so far with the temperature in the upper 80s and expected to climb into midweek. During the 15 minutes […] - Full Story

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Aug. 2, 2014

John Theus figures to be a pivotal player this year on Georgia’s offensive line, whether at left or tight tackle. Tight end Jay Rome, returning from surgery on his right foot that kept him out all spring, certainly will have the opportunity to the fill the void in the passing game left by the departure […] - Full Story

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*Check out anticipated freshman linebacker in the video above Lorenzo Carter. Georgia is back on the practice field for its second preseason workout Saturday afternoon. It’s a tad bit warmer than yesterday but comfortable with temps in the lower 80s. Not much to glean of major significance in the 15-minute viewing period in another day […] - Full Story

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Aug. 1, 2014

  There is football again on the Georgia practice fields. The Bulldogs first preseason practice meant a lot of teaching, correcting and getting on players by coaches. There was about 45 minutes open to the media with temperatures pushing 80. Some impressions and observations: –Lorenzo Carter is a big dude. Just like some of his […] - Full Story

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On the day Georgia announced Malcolm Mitchell underwent arthroscopic knee surgery–putting his status for the start of the season up in the air–coach Mark Richt didn’t sound that optimistic about when another explosive wide receiver will be good to go. Justin Scott-Wesley is expected to miss the season opener as suspension for his marijuana arrest […] - Full Story

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Malcolm Mitchell didn’t make it through Georgia’s first spring practice this year and won’t be available when the Bulldogs open preseason practices Friday and for an undetermined period beyond that. Mitchell’s status for the start of the season is now in question after the oft-injured wide receiver underwent arthroscopic surgery on his right knee Thursday […] - Full Story

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Jul. 30, 2014

Two days before preseason practices begin, Georgia defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt and offensive coordinator Mike Bobo provided updates today on their respective units. Here are some quick hitters from each. First from Pruitt: –On how his preparation for the season has been impacted by the offseason attrition: “To me, I don’t know. Everybody had a […] - Full Story

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Jul. 29, 2014

Georgia released an updated football roster on Tuesday. You can find the jersey numbers for the newcomers on there. They include duplicate 7s (Lorenzo Carter and Jacob Park) and 31s (Shattle Fenteng and Chris Conley). Also noticeable are some weights that have gone up and down in numbers that are changed on the roster for […] - Full Story

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Jul. 28, 2014

Athens-Clarke County police on Monday provided more details about the DUI and speeding arrest of University of Georgia linebacker Davin Bellamy early Saturday. Bellamy was clocked traveling at 52 mph in a 35-mph zone heading east on College Station Road in Athens at 2:58 a.m. when his 2001 Volvo was pulled over in the Kroger […] - Full Story

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Jul. 24, 2014

Georgia was hit with injuries at every offensive skill position last season. There were season-ending ACL injuries to receivers Malcolm Mitchell and Justin Scott-Wesley, tailback Keith Marshall and quarterback Aaron Murray. Tight end wasn’t immune to the walking wounded. Jay Rome missed the final four games with a right foot injury and didn’t practice this […] - Full Story

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Jul. 23, 2014

While fans and players count down to the start of the 2014 football season, Georgia already has set an important date for 2015. The G-Day spring football game is scheduled to be held on Saturday April 11, 2015. In case you are wondering, that is the same weekend as the Masters golf tournament in Augusta. […] - Full Story

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Jul. 21, 2014

Given all of the wild and thrilling games that Georgia was involved in last football season, you had to figure that the Bulldogs would be well represented on a listing of the 25 games from 2013. ESPNU is counting them down with rebroadcasts in the next couple of weeks. Georgia’s 44-41 win over LSU on […] - Full Story

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Quarterback has generally been a position of stability at Georgia under Mark Richt. David Greene (2001-04) and Aaron Murray (2010-13) were four-year starters. Matthew Stafford became the man during his freshman season in 2006 and started the next two seasons until leaving for the NFL, where he was the No. 1 overall pick. D.J. Shockley […] - Full Story

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Jul. 17, 2014

HOOVER, Ala.–Georgia’s player representatives for SEC Media Day showed up looking sharp with each going with the bow-tie look. Check out what junior running back Todd Gurley had to say. And here is wide receiver Chris Conley, who is always engaging: Linebacker Ramik Wilson also offers his take to reporters: - Full Story

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