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Sep. 30, 2014

Georgia offensive coordinator Mike Bobo spoke to reporters on Tuesday night about Hutson Mason and a passing game that will (we think) get back Malcolm Mitchell and Justin Scott-Wesley. On Mason: ‚ÄúWe can‚Äôt be afraid to make plays. I‚Äôve got to take some ownership on that. I believe sometimes I overcoach or robotize as a […] - Full Story

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It‚Äôs been a while since Georgia wide receiver Malcolm Mitchell has run routes and had a ball thrown to him in practice. Before this week, it was a brief appearance on the first day of spring before an injury sidelined him again. Now, Mitchell is back this week after arthroscopic knee surgery in late July. […] - Full Story

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Yes, Hutson Mason said he has put too much pressure on himself in his season as Georgia‚Äôs starting quarterback. Too much pressure to succeed. That‚Äôs what he told offensive coordinator Mike Bobo before practice on Monday about what the fifth-year senior could do better. So he‚Äôs taking a new mindset into Saturday‚Äôs game against Vanderbilt. […] - Full Story

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It‚Äôs Vanderbilt week. That may not have the same juice in past years when James Franklin and Todd Grantham made the ho-hum SEC East matchup a little more compelling. In the latest ‚ÄúBulldog Bytes podcast, Marc Weiszer and Fletcher Page break down Georgia‚Äôs 35-32 victory over Tennessee and bounce around what‚Äôs going on with Hutson […] - Full Story

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Sep. 29, 2014

Head coach Mark Richt, on his call-in show, fielded a question about if Georgia might rotate quarterbacks. The Bulldogs rank 111th in the nation in passing behind starter Hutson Mason. “I think anything’s possible, but I’m not going to sit here and start trying to tell the whole world what we’re going to do before we even talk to our players about how we’re going to rotate things like that.” …Tailback Sony Michel, Richt said, won’t need surgery for his injured left shoulder that is expected to keep him out a while. …Saturday’s UGA captains: center David Andrews and Gurley (offense), Jenkins (defense) and cornerback Damian Swann (special teams). - Full Story

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Georgia’s starting tailback for last year’s game at Vanderbilt was J.J. Green. - 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. - Full Story

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Offensive tackle John Theus heard a teammate Monday at practice say: “That looks good.” - Full Story

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Georgia’s starting tailback for last year’s game at Vanderbilt was J.J. Green. - Full Story

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Todd Gurley was named the SEC offensive player of the week Monday night, the second time the junior tailback has won the award this season. - Full Story

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It’s not something that Brandon Kublanow has to think about every football season. - Full Story

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Georgia‚Äôs 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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Sep. 28, 2014

Georgia will head into the October portion of its schedule with its top freshman shelved for a while, its receiving corps about to get a boost and the SEC East there for the taking. - Full Story

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Georgia will head into the October portion of its schedule with its top freshman shelved for a while, its receiving corps about to get a boost and the SEC East there for the taking. - Full Story

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Georgia will head into the October portion of its schedule with its top freshman shelved for a while, its receiving corps about to get a boost and the SEC East there for the taking. - Full Story

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Georgia will have to make due without freshman tailback Sony Michel for a considerable amount of time, coach Mark Richt confirmed Sunday. ‚ÄúI can‚Äôt imagine him playing any time real soon,‚Äù 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 began a stretch of seven straight Southeastern Conference games Saturday against Tennessee not looking too much like the 12th-ranked team in the nation. A career-high 208 rushing yards and two touchdowns from star tailback Todd Gurley and a pivotal fumble recovery in the end zone for a touchdown from Josh Dawson allowed the Bulldogs […] - Full Story

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On his 66th pass attempt of the year, Georgia quarterback Hutson Mason had an experience like no other this season – the Bulldog senior threw an interception. - Full Story

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GRADING THE BULLDOGS - Full Story

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Lorenzo Carter buried his helmet into Nathan Peterman’s chest on a pivotal third down play in the third quarter, knocking the quarterback’s neck back and sending him crashing into the dirt. - Full Story

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A week after returning a punt 52 yards for a score, Isaiah McKenzie set up another touchdown with another big return. - Full Story

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A week after returning a punt 52 yards for a score, Isaiah McKenzie set up another touchdown with another big return. - Full Story

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Spiking the ball after a touchdown for Todd Gurley was just like hurdling a defender during a long, fourth-quarter run. - Full Story

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Georgia began a stretch of seven straight Southeastern Conference games Saturday against Tennessee not looking too much like the 12th-ranked team in the nation. - Full Story

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Georgia‚Äôs 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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