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Jul. 23, 2014

Last week’s look at Mark Richt’s career at Georgia (found here) led to a few readers asking for some deeper insight into how the coach’s numbers compared to others. Some mentioned contemporaries, like Nick Saban and Les Miles, and a few others asked about coaching legends like Vince Dooley and Paul “Bear” Bryant. So I […] - Full Story

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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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An arrest warrant has been issued for an elite wide receiver prospect out of Florida who attended Georgia’s Dawg Night camp last week. Darnell Salomon is accused of felony burglary after two female athletes reported items missing from a dorm room. After an investigation by University of Georgia police, a warrant was issued on Tuesday. […] - Full Story

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Jul. 22, 2014

Georgia has booted defensive lineman Jonathan Taylor off its football team. The move was announced Wednesday afternoon by the school about three hours after Taylor bonded out of the Clarke County Jail where he spent the night. Taylor is facing a charge of felony aggravated assault/family violence. Police allege the redshirt sophomore choked and struck […] - Full Story

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Jul. 21, 2014

A football recruit in town this past weekend while attending a camp at Georgia is suspected in a burglary at a UGA dorm, according to police. - Full Story

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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. 19, 2014

When it rains it pours. - Full Story

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The rain let up Saturday just in time for the annual Countdown to Kickoff event. - Full Story

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Trinity Christian Academy defensive back Deontai Williams may feel a little uncomfortable when Georgia plays Florida in 2015. - Full Story

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Jul. 18, 2014

Dawg Night got started in the daytime for Georgia on Friday. - Full Story

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Former Georgia gymnastics coach Suzanne Yoculan, All-America football player and assistant coach Steve Greer, and soccer pioneer Stephanie Yarem Ransom have been chosen for induction into the University of Georgia's Circle of Honor. - Full Story

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Georgia tailback Todd Gurley and linebacker Ramik Wilson are among the 50 college football players named Friday to the Walter Camp Football Foundation's Player of the Year Award watch list. - Full Story

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Jul. 17, 2014

HOOVER, ALA. | Most coaches take stock of preseason predictions and move on. - Full Story

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HOOVER, ALA. | Southeastern Conference players have mostly been content to let league administrators and coaches take up the drumbeat for NCAA reform — not that they’re complaining. - Full Story

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HOOVER, Ala. | Georgia fans certainly notice when one of its players gets sacked with a drug-related suspension under the school’s stringent drug policy. - Full Story

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HOOVER, Ala. | At age 54, Mark Richt became a grandfather last week. - Full Story

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HOOVER, Ala. | Georgia needs all the help it can get in the secondary. - Full Story

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HOOVER, Ala. | The three players representing each team at SEC Media Days go to their separate corners of the big ballroom at the Hyatt Regency Birmingham and hold court for about 20 minutes. - Full Story

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HOOVER, Ala. | Georgia should see Tray Matthews again in 2015 after the safety transferred to Auburn following his dismissal after an offseason in which he was arrested for double-cashing tuition checks and was disruptive in class. Said Georgia coach Mark Richt: “Obviously whether we’re playing Auburn or Tennessee or Florida, we want to win that game. I’m not too concerned about who’s over there, did he play for us, all that kind of thing. It doesn’t come into my mind.” Richt said “life’s too short,” and he wants any player dismissed to get a fresh start and realize their dreams. - Full Story

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HOOVER, ALA. | The Southeastern Conference’s Media Days lacked the usual star power from its players until about 8 a.m. Central Time on Thursday, when Georgia’s Todd Gurley walked into the Hyatt Regency Birmingham. - Full Story

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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

HOOVER, ALA. | If the college football playoff was in place two years ago, Georgia’s SEC championship game loss to LSU in 2012 probably would have sent the Bulldogs to the Sugar Bowl to play Kansas State instead of to the Capital One Bowl to play Nebraska. - Full Story

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