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Jul. 15, 2014

DULUTH | Mark Richt said he thinks his football team will be good this fall. - Full Story

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HOOVER, ALA. | Mississippi State safety Jay Hughes won’t have to worry about going up against the now departed Johnny Manziel of Texas A&M or AJ McCarron of Alabama this season. - Full Story

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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

Former University of Georgia basketball player Brandon Morris said Monday that he is innocent of the felony-level marijuana possession charges that led to his being dismissed from the team. - Full Story

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HOOVER, ALA. | Perhaps the most high-profile player that the Southeastern Conference has to offer this season — certainly the biggest name of the quarterbacks — was scratched from his appearance Monday at the league’s annual media days. - Full Story

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HOOVER, Ala. | It’s not unusual for a coach in the Southeastern Conference to have to face questions about being on the proverbial hot seat. - Full Story

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HOOVER, Ala. | In his annual address to kick off media days, league commissioner Mike Slive quoted Dwight Eisenhower, Winston Churchill and Nelson Mandela while speaking of reform in the NCAA. - Full Story

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HOOVER, Ala. | Matt Stinchcomb, who was serving as an analyst for ESPNU, has signed a multi-year contract to work in the booth for the SEC Network. - Full Story

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HOOVER, Ala. | The departure of coach James Franklin to Penn State isn’t lowering the bar for the momentum built in the last few seasons. - Full Story

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Vanderbilt defensive lineman Adam Butler has no love lost for his former coach, James Franklin, who left for Penn State. He called Franklin “a big camera guy. He loved the camera.” - Full Story

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Former University of Georgia basketball player Brandon Morris said Monday that he is innocent of the felony-level marijuana possession charges that led to his being dismissed from the team. - Full Story

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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. 13, 2014

There’s plenty of issues to discuss in the Southeastern Conference. - Full Story

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Jul. 12, 2014

They played together on Georgia’s defense from 2004-06 and still saw each other every now and then. - Full Story

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SILVIS, ILL. | Former Georgia golfer Brian Harman is going to play in the final pairing of a PGA Tour stop for the first time. His playing partner is one accomplished part-timer. - Full Story

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They played together on Georgia’s defense from 2004-06 and still saw each other every now and then. - Full Story

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Jul. 11, 2014

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Jul. 10, 2014

The Georgia football team landed three players on the Bronko Nagurski Trophy watch list and a fourth on the Outland Trophy watch list released Thursday. - Full Story

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ATLANTA | The College Football Hall of Fame has had many incarnations from a New York brownstone to Cincinnati to South Bend, Ind. - Full Story

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Jul. 9, 2014

Georgia won’t have freshman offensive lineman Jake Edwards available this season. The 6-foot-4, 271-pound Heard County product will undergo knee surgery and redshirt, a source told Dawgs247. Edwards is believed to have torn both an ACL and LCL during agility drills. Georgia had seven other players undergo ACL surgeries since the summer of 2013. The […] - Full Story

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Jul. 8, 2014

Georgia senior center David Andrews was named to the Rimington Trophy watch list and junior tight end Jay Rome was included on the John Mackey Award watch list on
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No more than two live contact practices a week. - 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

The NCAA is suggesting that football teams hold no more than two contact practices per week during the season in guidelines that grew out of a safety and concussion summit early this year. - Full Story

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