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Sep. 29, 2014

Georgia’s attrition in the secondary is continuing even in-season. Junior Sheldon Dawson is no longer on the team, coach Mark Richt said in a brief meeting with reporters Monday evening but did not take questions on whether Dawson was dismissed or left on his own. Dawson has played in only two games this season and […] - Full Story

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The kickoff time and TV network for Georgia’s Oct. 11 game at Missouri won’t be determined until after this weekend’s games. CBS is using a six-day option for its game selections for that date. CBS has a doubleheader with games at noon and 3:30 p.m. ET. CBS picks first for its 3:30 game and ESPN […] - Full Story

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Sep. 28, 2014

Georgia will have to make due without freshman tailback Sony Michel for a considerable amount of time, coach Mark Richt confirmed Sunday. “I can’t imagine him playing any time real soon,” Richt said. Michel is second on the Bulldogs with 223 rushing yards on 23 carries, a 9.7 average, and third on the team in […] - Full Story

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Sep. 27, 2014

Georgia’s longest pass completion went for 20 yards and quarterback Hutson Mason had his first two interceptions of the season. The Bulldogs gave up 284 passing yards and three touchdowns through the air. They do still have Heisman Trophy frontrunner Todd Gurley and that can make all the difference in the world on days when […] - Full Story

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Greetings from Sanford Stadium for what’s the actual first fall Saturday in Athens. And it actually feels like it a bit. At least this morning. We are in the upper 60s and should be pushing into the 70s before kickoff on a cloudy day. Georgia and Tennessee hook it up at 12:01 p.m. “I was […] - Full Story

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Sep. 26, 2014

We are inside 24 hours to kickoff for Georgia-Tennessee. What better way to gear up for the SEC East clash than with our latest installment of “Bulldog Bytes” to take you to your tailgate? Marc Weiszer and Fletcher Page break down the matchup and the developments this week out of the Georgia camp. And we […] - Full Story

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Sep. 25, 2014

Tramel Terry’s first college snap came on the same type of play that ended his high school playing days in a way he never could have wanted. Terry tore the ACL in his left knee on the opening kickoff in the Shrine Bowl all-star game on Dec. 15, 2012 in Spartanburg, S.C., after his senior […] - Full Story

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Sep. 24, 2014

Georgia cornerback Shattle Fenteng, considered a contender for a starting spot when preseason practices began, is expected to need shoulder surgery, likely ending his season. “I think Shattle, it will be doubtful that he’ll play again this season,” coach Mark Richt said Wednesday night. “I’m pretty sure he’s going to require some surgery on his […] - Full Story

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Sep. 23, 2014

Here is some video from Tuesday night interviews at the Butts-Mehre complex. Georgia running back Todd Gurley gives his thoughts on the Tennessee matchup, freshman Sony Michel and the offensive identity. “It’s Georgia, we’re always going to run the football,” he said. “We’re always going to have pretty good backs.” Here is Gurley: Offensive coordinator […] - Full Story

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Georgia quarterback Hutson Mason and inside linebacker Amarlo Herrera were among the players who met with the media on Tuesday in advance of Saturday’s game against Tennessee. Mason spoke about the offense, Georgia’s freshmen, being recruited by Butch Jones and more: Herrea on the impact of freshmen now in college football and going up against […] - Full Story

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With the drubbing of Troy behind now, Georgia is gearing up for Saturday’s SEC East battle against Tennessee in Athens. Marc Weiszer and Fletcher Page hit on what we learned from the 66-0 blowout on today’s podcast and we get some insights on the Volunteers from Patrick Brown of the Chattanooga Times Free Press. Listen […] - Full Story

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Sep. 22, 2014

Georgia’s receiving corps will remain shorthanded again this week. Coach Mark Richt said on his radio show Monday night that Justin Scott-Wesley, Malcolm Mitchell and Jonathon Rumph aren’t expected to play Saturday against Tennessee. “We’re hopeful that they’ll all be back by the Vanderbilt game,” Richt said. “It just doesn’t look real promising this week.” […] - Full Story

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Georgia will play an afternoon game in Sanford Stadium for the third week in a row on Oct. 4 against Vanderbilt. This time it will be late afternoon. The Bulldogs and Commodores will have a 4 p.m. kickoff on the SEC Network, it was announced Monday. Georgia plays its second straight noon game this Saturday […] - Full Story

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Sep. 21, 2014

Georgia coach Mark Richt couldn’t say Sunday evening whether tailback Keith Marshall will be available for Saturday’s game against Tennessee, but said that Marshall does not have another ACL injury. Richt said on his weekly teleconference that he had yet to get an official injury report from the medical staff. Richt was asked if Marshall’s […] - Full Story

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Sep. 20, 2014

The news appeared to be good on tailback Keith Marshall after Georgia’s 66-0 thrashing of Troy. Marshall left the game in the third quarter and was on crutches outside the locker room after the game after being helped to the sideline with what Georgia called a “right lower extremity injury,” but coach Mark Richt said […] - Full Story

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Greetings from Sanford Stadium for your brunch edition of the Gameday blog. We’ve got two weeks in a row of noon kickoffs here. The early start and the 0-3 visitors from the Sun Belt Conference may mean a muted crowd with some empty seats. Troy knows what it’s up against. “There is no good time […] - Full Story

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Sep. 19, 2014

Georgia athletic director Greg McGarity already struck a deal for a home-and-home football series with Notre Dame in 2017 and 2019 and he told the UGA athletic board Friday that similar-type games are coming for the Bulldogs. “I feel like over the next seven years just be expecting some more games of this magnitude,” McGarity […] - Full Story

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Welcome to your Friday installment of “Bulldog Bytes.” We put to bed the South Carolina loss and how the Georgia coaches this week addressed the fallout. Now on to Troy. Well, more about Georgia really. Should Nick Chubb play this week after thumb surgery? Which freshman that hasn’t played yet just might? And we get […] - Full Story

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Sep. 18, 2014

When Atlanta Falcons defensive end Jonathan Massaquoi was in Watkinsville in March for a youth clinic run by the NFL team, I asked him about this Saturday’s Troy-Georgia game. Massaquoi played for Troy in 2010-11, racking up 19 1/2 sacks and 128 tackles. I put it this way to him at the time: “What’s your […] - Full Story

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Sep. 16, 2014

Georgia offensive coordinator Mike Bobo met with reporters Tuesday night for the first time since Saturday’s 38-35 loss at South Carolina. That meant he addressed for the first time the much-talked about, much-criticized play call on first-and-goal at the 4-yard line in the fourth quarter that drew an intentional grounding. Here’s video of Bobo: And […] - Full Story

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Mark Richt called an unscheduled press conference on Tuesday night. Sort of. There were no questions actually. The Georgia head coach just wanted to clear the air after thinking he left the wrong impression when he spoke to TV cameras earlier in the day about the first-and-goal at the 4 call that offensive coordinator Mike […] - Full Story

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Quarterback Hutson Mason said Tuesday that he doesn’t have any qualms with the much-talked about play-call that resulted in an intentional grounding for Georgia in Saturday’s 38-35 loss at South Carolina. The SEC provided an explanation to coach Mark Richt on why the penalty was called despite the fact it was deflected by a South […] - Full Story

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Ready to turn the page on Georgia’s tough 38-35 loss at South Carolina Saturday? No, not yet? Good. Marc Weiszer and Fletcher Page dive in one last time in this “Bulldog Bytes” installment on some of the issues that arose in the latest loss in Columbia. And we have some talk about Troy, the next […] - Full Story

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Sep. 15, 2014

Georgia could be without second-leading rusher Nick Chubb for Saturday’s game against Troy, but coach Mark Richt isn’t ruling him out. The freshman underwent surgery for a broken left thumb on Monday. “Knowing Nick, I’d say it’s about 50-50,” Richt said about his availability for the game. Chubb sustained the injury last week in practice. […] - Full Story

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Georgia will have back-to-back noon kickoffs at Sanford Stadium. The Bulldogs’ home football game on Sept. 27 against Tennessee is set for 12 p.m., it was announced on Monday morning. The game will be shown nationally on ESPN. It’s the first time Georgia-Tennessee has been on ESPN since 2006. The 13th-ranked Bulldogs (1-1, 0-1 SEC) […] - Full Story

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