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Apr. 16, 2014

Aaron Murray had something to prove Wednesday. Only 141 days after the quarterback underwent surgery for a torn ACL, Murray provided a fresh reminder that he still knows how to sling the ball around. During Pro Day, Murray completed 48 of 54 scripted passes on a breezy day at Georgia’s practice fields. “Hopefully after today, […] - Full Story

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Quarterback Aaron Murray completed 48 of 54 scripted passes during his Pro Day workout at the Georgia practice facility Wednesday. Here’s a look at some of the quarterback’s program from the day: - Full Story

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The NCAA Legislative Council passed a rule Tuesday that will allow schools to provide unlimited meals and snacks for college athletes, but it will be anything but an all-you-can-eat offseason for the Georgia football team. Defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt is exiting spring practice the same way he entered it, wanting his players to continue to […] - Full Story

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Apr. 15, 2014

Georgia defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt isn’t one to toss bouquets the way of the players he’s trying to mold into a championship unit. - Full Story

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Offensive lineman John Theus missed practice Tuesday. He tweeted that he has strep throat. - Full Story

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Quarterback Aaron Murray is the headliner, but 15 others will be working out for NFL scouts today at Georgia’s Pro Day. - Full Story

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Jay Rome is getting the screws taken out of his surgically repaired foot on Friday, the tight end tweeted. - Full Story

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Center David Andrews and inside linebacker Ramik Wilson were named most valuable players in the spring on each side of the ball as Georgia announced its spring awards. - Full Story

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Georgia defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt isn’t one to toss bouquets the way of the players he’s trying to mold into a championship unit. - Full Story

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Georgia defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt spoke to reporters on Tuesday night after the 14th of 15 spring practices. He offered up his take on how the G-Day game compared to the other two spring scrimmages for the defense: “It’s been like every practice. There’s some good in it, there’s some bad and a lot of […] - Full Story

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Georgia handed out its spring football awards before practices wrapped up. Center David Andrews and inside linebacker Ramik Wilson were named most valuable players in the spring on each side of the ball. The most improved player on offense is Greg Pyke, who is holding down the starting right guard job. The most improved on […] - Full Story

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Pro Day at Georgia isn’t just about the most familiar names like Aaron Murray, Arthur Lynch and Garrison Smith. Others will be chasing their dreams as well on Wednesday, including Oconee County High product Blake Sailors. After joining the team as a walk-on, Sailors earned a reputation as a special teams standout while working as […] - Full Story

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Apr. 14, 2014

Aaron Murray sounds almost apologetic that Georgia’s Pro Day is coming weeks later this year to allow him more time recover from a torn ACL, but it’s finally here on Wednesday. - Full Story

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Georgia on Monday released more details of the UGA Day spring speaking tour schedule for football coach Mark Richt and men’s basketball coach Mark Fox. Below are more details from what we already had about coaches and administrators at each stop and the exact location for the events. You will notice that offensive coordinator Mike […] - Full Story

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Watching the replay of the G-Day spring game, here are some more things that stood out to me: –Leonard Floyd makes plays whether it’s a game or a practice. There he is going around left tackle Mark Beard. Here he is on the next series pressuring Hutson Mason and on yet another batting down a […] - Full Story

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Apr. 12, 2014

Draw conclusions at your own risk when it comes to spring football games. Proceed with caution about what transpired at Georgia’s G-Day Saturday and what you saw out of coordinator Jeremy Pruitt’s defense. The first-team offense went up against first-team defense and would have gotten points on the first four drives of the scrimmage if […] - Full Story

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G-Day was flag day when it came to the Georgia defense. - Full Story

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The offensive line intrigue this spring for Georgia had centered around the guard positions. - Full Story

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Two players listed as starters for the Black team defense were out with injuries. - Full Story

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Georgia defensive back Lucas Redd got the call to start for the Black Team in Georgia’s annual G-Day game Saturday at Sanford Stadium and experienced a day to remember. - Full Story

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Some thoughts after Georgia’s G-Day game: — If you’re a Georgia fan, you’ve got to love the fact that coach Mark Richt said after a day when starting quarterback Hutson Mason went 18 of 27 for 241 yards with a touchdown and no interceptions that his two other scrimmages “were even better than today.” — Faton Bauta […] - Full Story

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Georgia’s spring game may not be the biggest factor in determining the Bulldogs’ backup quarterback.  - Full Story

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Greetings from Sanford Stadium for G-Day 2014. The last time the Georgia football team hooked it up between the hedges with fans in the stands Todd Grantham was on the sidelines and Aaron Murray’s Senior Night ended with him being helped off the field. Now it’s Jeremy Pruitt as defensive coordinator and Hutson Mason as […] - Full Story

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Apr. 11, 2014

At a time where there’s talk in college football circles about doing away with spring games, there are compelling reasons why Georgia’s G-Day game today is worth watching. - Full Story

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For the first time he can remember, Brendan Douglas won’t be roaming the greens of Augusta National Golf Club during Masters week. - Full Story

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