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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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HOOVER, Ala.—Georgia finally gets its turn at SEC Media Days Thursday when the Bulldogs kick off the last day by getting their time in front of the cameras, microphones, laptops and notepads. Mark Richt is making his 14th appearance here as Georgia football coach. They keep records of such things dating back to the first […] - Full Story

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Jul. 16, 2014

Preseason award watch lists sometimes seem all-inclusive with a boatload of names showing up. The Davey O’Brien Award list for nation’s top quarterback released Wednesday includes a relatively small 39 names. Georgia’s Hutson Mason is one of them. Mason, a fifth-year senior, is entering his first full season as the Bulldogs’ starter. He started two […] - Full Story

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HOOVER, Ala.–Steve Shaw, the Southeastern Conference coordinator of officials, played the big room Wednesday morning at SEC Media Days. Someone clapped as he was introduced. “We don’t get much applause so I appreciate that,” Shaw said. Shaw outlined the changes coming this season to the application of the targeting rule and provided some data on […] - Full Story

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Jul. 15, 2014

HOOVER, Ala.—Greetings from the big interview room of SEC Media Days, where the air condition is cranked way up and the coaches quotes from the podium are sure to include plenty of optimism and talk of how the offseason workouts couldn’t be better. It’s Steve Spurrier time today to get the day going on the […] - Full Story

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Jul. 14, 2014

HOOVER, Ala.–The two plays that crushed the spirit of Georgia and Alabama fans last November are among the final four in voting for “Best Play” in ESPN’s ESPY Awards. Auburn tight end C.J. Uzomah would pick the “Kick Six” against the Crimson Tide over the “Prayer in Jordan-Hare,” against Georgia, he said Monday at SEC […] - Full Story

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HOOVER, Ala.—Let the spectacle begin. SEC Media Days kicks off about 12:30 p.m. Monday here at the Hyatt Regency Birmingham (“We kindly request that references in articles and on air refer to the property using the Hyatt Regency Birmingham name in place of the Wynfrey name,” says a letter placed on work areas in the […] - Full Story

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Jul. 8, 2014

Georgia is putting the finishing touches on its men’s basketball schedule for the upcoming season. The latest game added is on Jan. 3, 2015 at Stegeman Coliseum against Norfolk State from the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference, according to a contract obtained through an open records request. Norfolk State returns seven players and has added seven newcomers […] - Full Story

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No more than two live contact practices a week. That’s the “guideline” the NCAA recommended Monday for college football teams during the regular season. That came after six months of work that the NCAA and the College Athletic Trainers’ Society did with medical organizations, coaches, administrators and commissioners. That practice policy has been in place […] - Full Story

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Jul. 7, 2014

You know college football is just around the corner when the watch lists begin to roll out. Georgia players are well-represented on the Maxwell and Bednarik Award preseason lists that came out Monday. Particularly the Bednarik Award, named after Hall of Famer Chuck Bednarik. Three Bulldogs are on the Bednarik list which goes to the […] - Full Story

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Jun. 19, 2014

Georgia made a couple of football players available Thursday to talk about the Special Forces-style training players did over the weekend as a team-building exercise. Sophomore backup linebacker Ryne Rankin was the lone defensive player. Naturally, he got questions about what’s happened on defense this offseason when safeties Josh Harvey-Clemons and Tray Matthews got kicked […] - Full Story

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Jun. 18, 2014

Hunter Atkinson was a late addition to Georgia’s recruiting class on the eve of national signing day, but the tight end from West Hall High School in Oakwood has decided to walk away from the Bulldogs and football. “We will miss Hunter in our freshman class but understand his decision and wish him nothing but […] - Full Story

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When Georgia signed Shattle Fenteng in February out of Hutchinson Community College in Kansas, he looked like he could be an impact recruit. The turbulent offseason for the Georgia secondary means the Bulldogs need the 6-foot-1 ½, 185-pound Fenteng to be ready to contribute, perhaps even start, now more than ever. I caught up with […] - Full Story

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Jun. 16, 2014

A warning about those betting lines circulated that have Georgia favored in all but one game for this coming season. The Bulldogs were favored in every game by the same Golden Nugget lines last summer and finished with an 8-5 overall record. In case you missed it, here are the lines this time around: vs. […] - Full Story

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Jun. 14, 2014

Former Georgia safety Tray Matthews announced on social media on Saturday that he will continue his college career playing for Auburn. Matthews joins another player who was dismissed by Georgia to land at Auburn, joining Nick Marshall, the Tigers starting quarterback. “I’m truly blessed for this opportunity and second chance that God and Coach Gus […] - Full Story

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Jun. 12, 2014

Georgia’s 2013 football signing class could be remembered not only for being supersized with 31 players arriving in Athens, but for its volatility. Six of the players are already off the team, including four transfers, another who was dismissed and another who took a medical disqualification. The group has had a handful of position changes […] - Full Story

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Jun. 10, 2014

Georgia is set to lose one of its top young athletic administrators. Josh Brooks, associate athletic director for internal operations, is expected to be announced as the new athletic director at Millsaps College, an NCAA Division III school in Jackson, Miss. Athletic director Greg McGarity has called the 34-year old Brooks a “rising star in […] - Full Story

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Jun. 9, 2014

Unlike in past years, there was no freshly minted Georgia depth chart dropped on reporters last week at the Peach State Pigskin Preview event in Macon. Georgia Tech put out its preseason depth chart. Georgia State had a post-spring depth chart. Georgia Southern’s preseason info included a spring depth chart. The Bulldogs? Crickets. And that […] - Full Story

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Georgia’s got a new title for the football recruiting position that opened up when there was a parting of ways between Daryl Jones and the Bulldogs. UGA is now hiring a Director of Player Personnel. Jones had the title Director of On-Campus Recruiting. The new hire will be “responsible for the organization of the recruiting […] - Full Story

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