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Mar. 27, 2014

Georgia is holding its two-day high school coaching clinic. So the entire Bulldogs’ fifth spring practice was open to the media on Thursday. Reporters were asked that no photos or video were shot and the updates didn’t come until after the practice ended. Practice time for the media had been limited to about 8 to […] - Full Story

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As you might imagine, there was a lot of talk after practice today at Georgia on the ruling Wednesday allowing the Northwestern football players a chance to unionize. There will be more on that on the website later. For now, here’s video of Georgia wide receiver Chris Conley, the SEC’s representative to the NCAA Division […] - Full Story

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Mar. 26, 2014

A few midweek scheduling items to pass along: –Georgia’s home attendance in men’s basketball wasn’t helped by an SEC schedule that didn’t include Kentucky, Florida or Tennessee in Athens this past season, but all three of the NCAA Sweet 16 teams are slated to come to Stegeman Coliseum next season. Georgia will play again at […] - Full Story

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Mar. 25, 2014

So this must be what a practice is like at Northwestern or with the Chicago Bears. Or do they go indoors when the wind is whipping like it is today at Georgia’s fourth spring football practice? The Bulldogs are practicing with a wind advisory in effect until 8 p.m. Gusts are supposed to be up […] - Full Story

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A year ago, Mike Thornton was one of those countless spring practice stories about a guy finally getting his chance. From seldom-used reserve to first-team nose guard with a cute nickname—defensive lineman Garrison Smith called him “Meatball” because of his round shape– to boot. It turned out the 6-foot-1, 290-pound Thornton still didn’t get on […] - Full Story

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Mar. 22, 2014

Georgia is practicing for the third time this spring on Saturday afternoon. The defense went through a drill in which the ones, twos and threes all running to a ball thrown in the secondary. You can check the video above (again no sound, per Georgia) to see who went first, but looked like the first-team […] - Full Story

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Here’s are some comments from Georgia’s postgame news conference after the 79-71 NIT second-round loss to Louisiana Tech in Stegeman Coliseum Saturday. Coach Mark Fox General comments: “Obviously we had a terrible start and we dug such a big hole that we just couldn’t get all the way out of it. I thought we made […] - Full Story

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Mar. 20, 2014

Georgia is practicing under sunny skies and temperatures near 70 Thursday afternoon as the team goes through its second workout of the spring. Not tons to report from the 10-minute viewing time, which was actually less than that considering the reporters were asked to start heading for the exits with four minutes left on the […] - Full Story

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Hutson Mason’s time as Georgia’s starting quarterback began earlier than expected with two starts at the end of last season, but it’s clear that Bulldogs coaches don’t want Mason to think he’s not competing this spring. Or more importantly, they don’t want the guys behind him—redshirt sophomore Faton Bauta, redshirt freshman Brice Ramsey and true […] - Full Story

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Mar. 19, 2014

Georgia survived its first postseason tournament game in three years on Wednesday night. The Bulldogs 63-56 win against Vermont in the first round of the NIT was sloppy (season-high 22 turnovers) for much of the way but guard Charles Mann attacked offensively and sank free throws. He finished with a career-high 29 points, 25 in […] - Full Story

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It’s not the NCAA tournament. You are not filling out NIT brackets. OK, maybe a few of you did. Still, postseason basketball will be played at Stegeman Coliseum Wednesday night when Georgia and Vermont tangle in a first-round NIT game at 8 p.m. “There are still 30 percent, or less than 30 percent, of the […] - Full Story

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Mar. 18, 2014

Pop on a Shaggy or Incubus CD. Grab your remote for The Sopranos or Friends. Georgia football was going back to 2001 on Tuesday with an entirely new defensive staff. At least that’s what it felt like for Georgia coach Mark Richt. “We as coaches were kind of. …it felt as close to 2001 since […] - Full Story

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Georgia coach Mark Richt tonight addressed the arrests of four Georgia football players on Monday night. He answered several related questions on the subject. Here’s what he said: Q: How important was it to get off to a good start like you said earlier after the incident last night? Well, we definitely wanted to focus […] - Full Story

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They are actually holding a spring football practice today at Georgia. The team is out there for the first of 15 practices with temperatures in the lower 50s. Yes, safety Tray Matthews, defensive end James DeLoach, defensive lineman Jonathan Taylor and receiver Uriah LeMay are out there going through drills after being booked Monday night […] - Full Story

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Mar. 17, 2014

Let’s do a starting five for this week heading into Georgia’s NIT matchup with Vermont: 1. Georgia coach Mark Fox is 2-0 against Vermont, winning in back-to-back seasons while coaching Nevada. Fox’s No. 22 ranked team snapped Vermont’s 14-game home winning streak with a 77-62 win at Vermont on Nov. 23, 2005. “I remember the […] - Full Story

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Mar. 15, 2014

ATLANTA–There weren’t any plans immediately after Georgia’s 70-58 SEC tournament semifinal loss to Kentucky Saturday for the Bulldogs to get together to watch their postseason fate on TV on Sunday night The Bulldogs are likely to land an NIT bid with their NCAA tournament hopes now all but over. There was disappointment in the locker […] - Full Story

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ATLANTA–Mark Fox returned to his team’s Georgia Dome locker room early Saturday morning after his postgame news conference. Most of his Georgia players had already headed for the bus to the team hotel after the 75-73 SEC tournament quarterfinal victory against Ole Miss, but Fox reminded those lingering they needed to get going because another […] - Full Story

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Mar. 14, 2014

ATLANTA–Don’t look for the alcohol to start flowing inside the stadium in Jacksonville for the Georgia-Florida football game. Alcohol sales to the general public for the annual game are “highly unlikely,” a source said. SEC athletic directors talked some this week in Atlanta about reviewing the alcohol policy for neutral site games and home games […] - Full Story

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Mar. 12, 2014

) Mark Fox coaches a Georgia team that finished tied for second in the Southeastern Conference. Kentucky, the team the Bulldogs shared that spot in the standings with at 12-6, of course has a huge following that will be heard and seen this week at the SEC tournament in Atlanta. “I’m sick of hearing about […] - Full Story

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Georgia athletic director Greg McGarity has been reserved up until now in commenting publicly on how this season has unfolded in Southeastern Conference play for the Bulldogs men’s basketball team. This was a pivotal season for fifth-year coach Mark Fox, who led Georgia to a surprising tie for second with Kentucky, but McGarity has said […] - Full Story

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Mar. 11, 2014

) When Todd Gurley showed up at Georgia’s pre-spring practice media day last week, the tailback said he wasn’t quite prepared to have answers because he forgot about the obligation. Asked if he was thinking more about spring practice or spring break, Gurley flashed a big smile and laughed: “Break.” Players and coaches are enjoying […] - Full Story

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Mar. 10, 2014

Not to rain on the considerable feel-good vibes surrounding the Georgia men’s basketball program, but the Bulldogs’ NCAA tournament hopes still rest on winning the Southeastern Conference tournament in Atlanta this week. At least that’s how Jerry Palm, CBSSports.com’s NCAA bracket expert, sees it. “They need to win,” Palm said. “They’re not an at-large. They’ve […] - Full Story

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Mar. 9, 2014

Georgia’s four new defensive assistant coaches aren’t the only new staff members the Bulldogs will have this spring. There are four additions to the staff as quality control assistants: George Helow, Alex Jackson, Kelin Johnson and Jon Richt. That brings the total of graduate assistants and quality control assistants to nine, according to UGA. That’s […] - Full Story

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Mar. 8, 2014

Georgia nailed down the No. 3 seed in the Southeastern Conference tournament on Saturday night and will head home from Baton Rouge, La. having finished the regular season in a tie for second-place with Kentucky. That’s pretty heady stuff for a Bulldogs team picked to finish 11th in the media preseason poll and was 6-6 […] - Full Story

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Mar. 7, 2014

Georgia will be the No. 3, 4 or 5 seed at the SEC tournament next week depending on what happens on Saturday. The top four seeds get double byes into the quarterfinals at the Georgia Dome. Coach Mark Fox said Friday that he hasn’t talked to his team about conference tournament implications entering the final […] - Full Story

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