Monthly Archives: November 2012

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Nov. 28, 2012

Georgia coach Mark Richt said he will check to see if kicker Marshall Morgan and punter Collin Barber, both freshmen, can get in early to the Georgia Dome on Friday before Georgia holds its open practice. “If those guys think that would benefit them and we could do it logistically, we might do that,” he said. - Full Story

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Two-time All-SEC men’s tennis player Sadio Doumbia this week was chosen to represent the University of Georgia Terry College of Business as a 2012-13 “Who’s Who Among American Universities and Colleges” recipient. - Full Story

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Georgia spent last weekend playing in the mile-high altitude of New Mexico. - Full Story

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Georgia outside linebacker Jarvis Jones picked up the first of what should be several All-American honors Wednesday. The redshirt junior was named to the American Football Coaches’ Association All-America team. Jones has a busy week ahead even after the Southeastern Conference championship game against Alabama Saturday in Atlanta. He’ll be in Charlotte on Monday for […] - Full Story

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Nov. 27, 2012

Terrence Cody now plays for the Baltimore Ravens, but the former Alabama nose guard’s name has come up again this week with comparison’s to Georgia nose tackle John Jenkins. - Full Story

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Two years before college football’s four-team playoff begins, No. 3 Georgia and No. 2 Alabama get a taste with a Southeastern Conference championship game serving as its own national semifinal. - Full Story

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Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray was excused from interviews with the media this week not only because of a big game but a busy week of school, Mark Richt said. - Full Story

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Georgia receiver Malcolm Mitchell (shoulder contusion) practiced in a non-contact jersey Tuesday. “We’re a little banged up,” offensive coordinator Mike Bobo said of the receiving corps. “It’s a little area of concern for those guys, how much volume, how much reps they’ve had, but I know they’ll be a lot of juice on Saturday.” Cornerback Damian Swann (strained neck) also practiced in non-contact jersey. - Full Story

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Georgia may be playing its most impressive stretch of defense under third-year coordinator Todd Grantham heading into Saturday’s Southeastern Conference championship game, but its best half still came a year ago in the Georgia Dome. - Full Story

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When: 7 p.m. - Full Story

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Georgia swimming coach Jack Bauerlee announced two more signings on Tuesday — Kimberlee John-Williams from Trinidad and Tobago and Anna Kolanowski from Maryland. - Full Story

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Maybe I’m getting jaded, but I’m just not getting as worked up about Georgia players saying they think their defense is as good as anyone around heading into the Southeastern Conference championship game. Probably because it rings familiar. Sanders Commings pre-Alabama 2012 sounds pretty similar to Sanders Commings pre-LSU 2011. “They’ve played well this year, […] - Full Story

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Nov. 26, 2012

Mike Bobo, the play-caller for a Georgia offense that has set school records for points and touchdowns in a season, is among five finalists for the Broyles Award, which goes to the nation’s top assistant coach. - Full Story

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Southeastern Conference championship week already included plenty of talk about how No. 3 Georgia’s fortunes could ride on the play of Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray. - Full Story

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The top freshman tailback in the Southeastern Conference will be on display Saturday in the Georgia Dome. - Full Story

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Georgia and Alabama haven’t played since 2008, but there have been more frequent battles on the recruiting trail in recent years on players from the Peach State. - Full Story

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Georgia football coach Mark Richt said on his radio show Monday night he would turn to Hutson Mason in the Southeastern Conference title game if Murray was “out for the rest of the game or the rest of the season. Then I think Hutson would jump in there and play.” Mason is otherwise heading for a redshirt season. “He’d be willing to jump in and help us win that game because it does mean so much.” - Full Story

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Mike Bobo, the play-caller for a Georgia offense that has set school records for points and touchdowns in a season, is among five finalists for the Broyles Award, which goes to the nation’s top assistant coach. Bobo, 38, is finishing his sixth full season as the Bulldogs’ offensive coordinator. The former Georgia quarterback has been […] - Full Story

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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Georgia volleyball player Jasmine Eatmon has been named to the Southeastern Conference All-Freshman Team. - Full Story

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The top freshman tailback in the Southeastern Conference will be on display Saturday in the Georgia Dome. Georgia’s Todd Gurley and Alabama’s T.J. Yeldon can make their case in the league title game. Gurley is second in the SEC in rushing with 1,138 yards with 14 touchdowns. Yeldon is 12th with 847 yards and 10 […] - Full Story

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Georgia senior free safety Bacarri Rambo has been named the Southeastern Conference Co-Defensive Player of the Week following his performance in the Bulldogs’ 42-10 rout of Georgia Tech. - Full Story

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Nov. 25, 2012

The first SEC championship matchup pitting Georgia and Alabama comes with the Bulldogs at the peak of their game. - Full Story

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Georgia’s most bitter in-state rival turned out to be less of an impediment in the Bulldogs’ march toward a bid to the national title game than its NCAA Football Championship Subdivision foe from downstate last week. - Full Story

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Georgia’s commitment list continues to grow. - Full Story

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Georgia’s Mark Richt and Alabama’s Nick Saban were available to reporters this evening on a teleconference heading into their team’s SEC championship game next week. Here are some highlights from each coach. Richt: –On similarities on the team from running back tandems, 3-4 defense and injuries to receivers: “As far as how we approach it, […] - Full Story

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