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Sep. 17, 2014

Frank Crumley, a top UGA athletics administrator who had worked in the department for more than 20 years, has resigned, the school said on Wednesday. Crumley stepped down Tuesday, according to athletic department spokesman Claude Felton, who did not have details on the reasons behind the departure. “I can’t comment,” athletic director Greg McGarity said. […] - Full Story

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Sep. 6, 2014

The tone was set on the opening kickoff of Georgia’s season when the Bulldogs’ coverage team lined up. Included on the unit were cornerback Damian Swann, inside linebackers Ramik Wilson and Amarlo Herrera as well as tailbacks Keith Marshall, Sony Michel and Nick Chubb. “This year, if you don’t play special teams you’re not going […] - Full Story

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Sep. 2, 2014

Georgia made its biggest one-week jump in the Associated Press college football poll during a season since 2007 on Tuesday when it moved up six spots to No. 6 in the nation. The Bulldogs impressed poll voters by knocking off then No. 16 Clemson 45-21 Saturday. Georgia moved up four spots in the USA Today […] - Full Story

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Aug. 28, 2014

High-profile season openers against ranked opponents haven’t gone so well for Georgia lately. No. 16 Clemson provides another chance Saturday for the 12th-ranked Bulldogs to get off to a fast start. “I think it kind of shows the character of your team right off the bat,” fifth-year senior wideout Michael Bennett said. “We haven’t done […] - Full Story

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Aug. 24, 2014

Dan Magill, a name synonymous with Georgia athletics and Athens for nearly a century and beloved by generations of Bulldogs fans, died Saturday night at the age of 93. “I’ve always thought and still do that he’s probably the greatest Bulldog of all time,” Georgia athletic director Greg McGarity said in May, 2012. What didn’t […] - Full Story

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Aug. 4, 2014

Georgia Athletic Association senior administrators and other employees got boosts in pay heading into a new academic year. The raises came with a university pay freeze no longer in effect and with some taking on added responsibilities after the departure of a key athletic official, athletic director Greg McGarity said. Executive associate athletic directors Frank […] - Full Story

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Aug. 2, 2014

During a season in which Georgia lost several marquee skill position players to season-ending ACL injuries, tight end Jay Rome saw his season cut short by a right foot injury that required surgery. He missed the final four games of the season and spring practices as well, but has returned this preseason to a position […] - Full Story

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Jul. 29, 2014

Greg McGarity’s beach vacation last week didn’t have as much rest and relaxation as the Georgia athletic director would have preferred. “Let’s just say it was frequently interrupted,” he said Tuesday. Back home, two Georgia football players were arrested bringing the total this offseason in the program to seven. Defensive lineman Jonathan Taylor was dismissed […] - Full Story

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Nov. 11, 2013

Georgia is heading back to the Plains in back-to-back years for the first time in the Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry to go up against an Auburn team that has transformed offensively from feeble to formidable. Under first-year Tigers head coach Gus Malzahn, Auburn has flipped the script from 3-9 last year to 9-1 this year. […] - Full Story

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Oct. 27, 2013

Even without playing a game, Georgia had a good Saturday for the first time in weeks. No key players (presumably) were injured and South Carolina did the Bulldogs a big favor by upsetting Missouri 27-24 in double overtime. “Yes!!!!! Thank God !! Missed field goal,” Bulldogs safety Tray Matthews tweeted after a 24-yard Missouri field […] - Full Story

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Sep. 6, 2013

Breaking down the big threat: How do you stop Clowney? Five keys to Saturday’s game UGA-South Carolina: Who has the edge? Matchup to Watch: UGA’s offense vs. Clowney and defensive front Dawson ready to be leader for Dogs’ defense Bulldogs’ Smith adds nose guard to repertoire Gamecocks’ Spurrier doesn’t feel old Georgia hate Most SEC […] - Full Story

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Aug. 9, 2013

Several of Georgia’s freshmen football players were made available after today’s practice for the first time this preseason. Here are interviews with three of them. Wide receiver Tramel Terry talks about his difficulties returning from a torn ACL sustained last winter in an all-star game. Wide receiver Reggie Davis speaks about his speed and his […] - Full Story

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Apr. 25, 2013

They held a farewell reception on campus earlier this week for outgoing University of Georgia president Michael Adams, who still has a little more than two months to go before he steps down. Among his list of things to do in the weeks ahead, he said, won’t be getting athletic director Greg McGarity another raise […] - Full Story

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Apr. 21, 2013

WACO, Texas – The No. 3 University of Georgia equestrian team fell to the No. 4 Auburn Tigers in a ride-off for the National Collegiate Equestrian Association National Championship on Saturday at the Extraco Events Center. The Bulldogs also faced Auburn for the Hunt Seat National Championship and fell 4-3 before falling in the ride-off, […] - Full Story

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Apr. 2, 2013

Georgia posted a 2-1 win over Kennesaw State Tuesday in Kennesaw. Georgia (11-19) took a 2-0 lead in the fourth after a couple of miscues by the Owls. Second baseman Nelson Ward reached on a leadoff error and then senior Curt Powell was hit by a pitch. Sophomore outfielder Hunter Cole lined a single to […] - Full Story

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Dec. 14, 2012

Freshman Carter to transfer Kyle Carter’s Georgia career has come to an end before it really started. Georgia baseball spokesman Christopher Lakos confirmed that Carter is no longer a member of the Bulldogs baseball program early Friday morning. Carter, who was arrested twice during the fall semester, will seek a transfer for the spring semester, […] - Full Story

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Dec. 13, 2012

After Wisconsin and Montee Ball ran all over Nebraska in a Big Ten title game rout, one of the top storylines of the Capital One Bowl matchup became how Georgia’s “Gurshall” could have a ball on New Year’s Day. The flipside of that is this: Can the Bulldogs defense slow down a Nebraska ground game […] - Full Story

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Receiver Malcolm Mitchell likes the upside of cornerback Sheldon Dawson, who is completing his freshman season. “He’s going to be a great player, just watch him,” Mitchell said. “I see something really different in him. … I see his drive, and he wants it. When you got that, you’re going to go get it.” … […] - Full Story

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Georgia’s four-month preseason workout regimen has almost ended. - Full Story

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Feb. 27, 2012

BISHOP — The No. 3 Georgia equestrian team defeated Fresno State 17-1 at the UGA Equestrian Complex to improve to 9-1 overall. The Bulldogs swept MVP honors as Carly Anthony, Megan Southam, Maria Salazar and Sami Belcher each took home the honor. Georgia next competes March 9 when at SMU and, on the same day, […] - Full Story

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Feb. 25, 2012

BISHOP — The third-ranked University of Georgia equestrian team cruised to a 13-6 win over No. 4 Baylor, moving to 8-1 on the season and 7-1 against ranked opponents Michelle Morris, Megan Hawkins and McKenzie Lantz each earned MVP rides for Georgia. Morris used an 82-76 win over Lisa Goldman to win the MVP in […] - Full Story

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Dec. 17, 2011

While Mark Richt and Georgia hammer out details of a contract extension, the Bulldogs football coach again forcefully swatted away speculation Friday linking his name to other jobs. “If I know in my heart this is where I want to be, then I don’t want to play a game for any reason,” Richt said. “All […] - Full Story

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Georgia teammates Aaron Murray and Orson Charles went to dinner Thursday and had what Murray called “a long talk” about the big decision ahead for Charles. The All-Southeastern Confernce tight end is weighing whether to enter the NFL Draft after his junior season. So is AP All-American safety Bacarri Rambo. Charles, who leads Georgia with […] - Full Story

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Dec. 6, 2011

Georgia landed seven athletes on the All-Southeastern Conference Coaches’ Football Team released Tuesday, including four first-team selections, and two have been named to the SEC All-Freshman Team. Tight end Orson Charles and offensive lineman Cordy Glenn were named first-team offense members and linebacker Jarvis Jones and defensive back Bacarri Rambo were first-team defensive picks. Second-team […] - Full Story

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Dec. 5, 2011

Georgia tailback Isaiah Crowell was named the Southeastern Conference Freshman of the Year and the Bullodgs landed 6 players on the All-SEC team released Monday, including four first-team selections. Georgia linebacker Jarvis Jones, who earlier in the day was named an AFCA All-American first-teamer, was one of three unanimous first-team selection on the AP team. […] - Full Story

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