Monthly Archives: October 2012

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Oct. 31, 2012

Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray finally has that signature, top-10 victory that had eluded him, but it was hardly one of his top individual showings. The redshirt junior got pats on the back as well as questions after tying his career-high with three interceptions Saturday against Florida to continue an up-and-down stretch of games over the […] - Full Story

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Before flying back to Athens after Georgia’s victory over Florida Saturday, offensive coordinator Mike Bobo asked freshman tailback Todd Gurley about his antics after his 10-yard touchdown run in the first quarter. - Full Story

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* Zander Ogletree is poised to start at fullback Saturday after Merritt Hall missed his third straight day of practice with a sprained right ankle. - Full Story

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Nose guard John Jenkins missed practice Wednesday with a sprained left ankle. - Full Story

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Denzel Nkemdiche will return to his home state
to play against Georgia on Saturday. - Full Story

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Zander Ogletree is poised to start at fullback Saturday after Merritt Hall missed his third straight day of practice with a sprained right ankle. - Full Story

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Ole Miss can go uptempo on offense, but picks and chooses when it does. - Full Story

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To leave the end zone on a kickoff return or take a knee? That is the question. The answer is pretty simple to Georgia coach Mark Richt. ‚ÄúI don‚Äôt want them to come out,‚Äù Richt said. ‚ÄúHere‚Äôs the thing, if you‚Äôre not sure then you‚Äôve got to come out, if you‚Äôre not sure whether you‚Äôre […] - Full Story

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Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray finally has that signature, top-10 victory that had eluded him, but it was hardly one of his top individual showings. - Full Story

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Georgia’s Chris Haack will be inducted into the Golf Coaches Association of America’s Hall of Fame later this year, according to an announcement Wednesday by the GCAA. - Full Story

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Oct. 30, 2012

There was plenty of build-up to the game all week. A fire was lit underneath the Georgia football team. The defense responded with its best showing of the season with the opponent held without a touchdown. Georgia’s 17-9 victory against Florida held true to the same script the Bulldogs’ had in their 48-3 destruction of […] - Full Story

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Jordan Jenkins knew he had a pretty good game against Florida simply from the feedback from fellow linebacker Amarlo Herrera. - Full Story

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Zander Ogletree hadn’t taken an offensive snap this season prior to last Saturday’s game against Florida. - Full Story

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Senior receiver Tavarres King was held without a catch against Florida for the first time since the Georgia Tech game in 2010, breaking a streak of 22 straight games with a catch. - Full Story

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JACKSONVILLE — Outlined against a backdrop of gray skies and turbulent winds off the St. John’s River Saturday, the one horseman rode again. - Full Story

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Jarvis Jones‚Äô performance against Florida had Georgia coach Mark Richt Tuesday taking his praise for the junior outside linebacker to a new level from earlier in the season. After his dominant showing against Missouri on Sept. 8, Richt said Jones ‚Äúmay be the best defensive player in America.‚Äù He went further Tuesday after initially repeating […] - Full Story

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Oct. 29, 2012

Shawn Williams, Georgia’s senior safety, called for his teammates to show more emotion. They delivered Saturday in a 17-9 upset of then-No. 3 Florida, a game where defensive players ran to the ball and both teams had players that ran their mouths with some jawing. The Bulldogs made plays all over the field, but also […] - Full Story

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Only eight years removed from being the two-time state champion head coach at Briarcrest Christian High School in Memphis, Hugh Freeze is turning around Ole Miss in his first season. - Full Story

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Two starters on Georgia’s offensive line are dealing with injuries. - Full Story

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CBS has an SEC doubleheader Saturday. Georgia-Ole Miss precedes Alabama-LSU at 8 p.m. Calling the Georgia game: Tim Brando, Steve Beurlein and Marty Snider. - Full Story

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Georgia’s Nov. 10 football game at Auburn is set for a 7 p.m. ET kickoff on ESPN2, the Southeastern Conference announced today. The Bulldogs will have a chance to clinch the SEC East with a victory over the Tigers if Georgia beats Ole Miss Saturday. This will be the first nighttime kickoff at Auburn for […] - Full Story

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Georgia linebacker Jarvis Jones is one of only two defensive players that were named Monday as a semifinalist for the Maxwell Award for the nation’s top collegiate player. Jones and Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o are among 16 on the Maxwell list and both are also among 16 semfinalists for the Chuck Bednarik Award for […] - Full Story

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Oct. 28, 2012

A return trip to Atlanta is well within reach for Georgia. - Full Story

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The last time Georgia beat Florida for a second straight year, the Dallas Cowboys had just traded Herschel Walker for half of Minneapolis earlier that month. - Full Story

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MCKINNEY, Texas — Justin Bolli closed with a 6-under 65 on Sunday to win the Web.com Tour Championship, making him one of three players who moved into the top 25 on the money list to earn a PGA Tour card for next season. - Full Story

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