Monthly Archives: November 2012

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Nov. 30, 2012

TAMPA, Fla. — Anthony Collins had 17 points and 10 assists to lead South Florida past Georgia 64-53 on Friday night - Full Story

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One prominent backstory to today’s Southeastern Conference championship heavyweight matchup between No. 3 Georgia and No. 2 Alabama is the similarities between the combatants. - Full Story

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Georgia cornerback Damian Swann probably has more experience in the Georgia Dome than most of his teammates. - Full Story

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FIVE KEYS FOR THE BULLDOGS - Full Story

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This time last year, Justin Scott-Wesley and Jay Rome were watching their team play in front of the tube. - Full Story

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This might be C.J. Mosley’s first time playing in the Southeastern Conference Championship, but he’s treating it like any other game. - Full Story

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TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — That running back duo in the Southeastern Conference championship game has been punishingly effective all season. - Full Story

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AJ McCarron’s standard reply about handling big-game pressure is a shrug and a look that says, What’s the big deal? - Full Story

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Wayne Ingle was a football player who was considered an over achiever, one who was always doing his best to help the team, understanding his role and appreciating both the scholarship, which was a badge of honor, and the opportunity to play for the University of Georgia. - Full Story

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In the early going last Saturday, Georgia Tech and its unconventional offense were causing the Bulldogs to fret as the Yellow Jackets had driven 83 yards down the field with the objective of tying the game 7-7. That possibility looked very likely. - Full Story

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TAMPA, Fla. — Anthony Collins had 17 points and 10 assists to lead South Florida past Georgia 64-53 on Friday night - Full Story

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Wayne County wide receiver Krenwick Sanders has already moved on to basketball season, but not before making a big decision. - Full Story

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From Dean Legge of DawgPost.com: Georgia has picked up its third commitment already for its 2014 football class. Wide receiver Krenwick Sanders from Wayne County High School picked Georgia on Thursday night. Sanders has already moved on to basketball season, but not before making his big decision. The 6-foot-3, 180-pound Sanders said that he’d been […] - Full Story

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Nov. 29, 2012

Will Friend received a text message early this week from Michael Ray, his friend and former college teammate, informing him he was torn about Saturday’s Southeastern Conference championship game. Friend and Ray played on the offensive line for Alabama in the mid-1990s, but Friend now coaches the Georgia offensive line that will go up against […] - Full Story

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The Georgia Bulldogs are making their second SEC Championship game appearance in as many seasons, but junior Rantavious Wooten is finally making his first trip with the team. After playing in three games last season, Wooten was involved in a car wreck that left him with a concussion, forcing him to redshirt the rest of […] - Full Story

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Sophomore wide receiver Chris Conley said Georgia is better prepared for this season’s SEC championship game than last year’s against LSU. “We’ve been there before,” Conley said. “We know what the environment is like. This year we know how to prepare for it better.” Even freshman outside linebacker Jordan Jenkins has been told to prepare […] - Full Story

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When Michael Bennett suffered a torn ACL on Oct. 2, the sophomore wideout received a wealth of encouragement from people all over, including a pair of players who had experienced what Bennett was going through. “Thomas Davis called me,” Bennett said. “That was pretty cool to hear from him, and he just gave me some […] - Full Story

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Linebacker Jarvis Jones was named a finalist for the Lott IMPACT Trophy, awarded to the defensive player who has had the biggest impact on his team, both on and off the field. Georgia is 2-2 in SEC Championship games, winning the conference in 2002 and 2005. … Alabama leads the series with Georgia 36-25-4. The […] - Full Story

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Georgia played last season without many places to go if the front-line forwards needed relief. - Full Story

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Cornerback Damian Swann was rooting for Alabama to beat LSU on Nov. 3 because he thought an unbeaten Crimson Tide would be needed to get Georgia to the BCS title game. It turned out that even with an Alabama loss to Texas A&M a week later, Kansas State and Oregon stumbled to open the path […] - Full Story

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Nov. 28, 2012

Mike Bobo and Kirby Smart have been friends for most of their adult lives and one of the things that keeps them together is their enjoyment of competition. - Full Story

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They helped Georgia get to Atlanta but won’t be able to play in the Southeastern Conference championship game Saturday in the Georgia Dome. - Full Story

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Georgia outside linebacker Jarvis Jones picked up the first of what should be several All-American honors Wednesday. - Full Story

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Georgia is all but guaranteed a spot in the BCS national title game with a win Saturday, but a loss would leave the Bulldogs’ bowl destination less certain. - Full Story

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Georgia is all but guaranteed a spot in the BCS national title game with a win Saturday, but a loss would leave the Bulldogs’ bowl destination less certain. - Full Story

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