Monthly Archives: February 2013

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Feb. 28, 2013

STARKVILLE, Miss. — Mississippi State raced to a 10-0 lead and withstood several rallies to upset No. 11 Georgia, 50-38, at Humphrey Coliseum on Thursday night. - Full Story

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Most of the good uneven parallel bar performers need to enjoy flying through the air like Superman. - Full Story

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Feb. 27, 2013

There will be plenty of defensive talent on display at Georgia next month. - Full Story

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The Vanderbilt Commodores have had so many games slip away in the Southeastern Conference this season that maybe it was just time they finally got a lucky bounce. Kevin Bright hit a pull-up jumper with 0.8 seconds left that bounced off the rim and then the backboard before falling through, and Vanderbilt […] - Full Story

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When the calendar clicks down to the end of February and into March, freshmen tend to wear down. - Full Story

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Most eyes may be on the defense when Georgia starts spring practice on Saturday, but the biggest news out of a teleconference with coaches today is that the already thinned tailback spot is down to one healthy scholarship player. Keith Marshall pulled a hamstring on Feb. 9 running the 60 meters for the Georgia track […] - Full Story

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Fullback Zander Ogletree’s Georgia football career is over. The school confirmed that this morning in an email saying the rising senior won’t play for the Bulldogs again “due to medical concerns.” There has been speculation about Ogletree’s status on the team for weeks. Georgia put out a statement hours before coach Mark Richt, offensive coordinator […] - Full Story

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Feb. 26, 2013

The pushback from athletic directors and coaches on loosened NCAA recruiting rules may lead to some of the proposals being modified or tabled before they go into effect. - Full Story

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Georgia can helps its seeding in the Southeastern Conference tournament by earning at road win against Vanderbilt tonight. - Full Story

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Georgia State erased a couple of three-run deficits to defeat Georgia 10-7 Tuesday at the GSU Complex. - Full Story

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Feb. 25, 2013

Georgia guard Shacobia Barbee was named the Southeastern Conference’s Freshman of the Week for her efforts in the Lady Bulldogs’ wins against Ole Miss and Arkansas. - Full Story

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The eighth-ranked Georgia men’s tennis team wrapped up its pre-conference schedule with a 5-2 win over East Tennessee State on Monday at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex. - Full Story

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A former Georgia pitcher was arrested for shoplifting a bag of peanuts early Sunday morning in downtown Athens. - Full Story

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Feb. 24, 2013

Georgia’s first lesson to learn this season is how to deal with frustration. - Full Story

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Andy Landers became just the fourth major college women’s basketball coach to record 900 career victories on Sunday as the No. 13 Georgia women’s basketball team dispatched Ole Miss 73-54 in Oxford, Miss. - Full Story

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The eighth-ranked Georgia men’s tennis team defeated Furman 6-1 on Sunday afternoon in the first outdoor match of the season at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex. - Full Story

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Feb. 23, 2013

Georgia finally got things to go its way down the stretch. - Full Story

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Georgia won the women’s team title at the Southeastern Conference swimming and diving championships for the fourth consecutive year on Saturday at Texas A&M. - Full Story

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Although his career landmarks are clicking by like freeway overpasses, Georgia coach Andy Landers doesn’t like to talk about them. - Full Story

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Junior Hilenn James, freshman Chanice Porter and sophomore Garrett Scantling secured their spot in Georgia track and field history on Saturday as they captured Southeastern Conference individual crowns. - Full Story

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CATHEDRAL CITY, Calif. — The No. 13 Georgia softball team dropped a 14-2 decision to the No. 23 Washington Huskies on the final day of the Mary Nutter Collegiate Challenge on Saturday. - Full Story

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The No. 5 Georgia women’s tennis team picked up a thrilling doubles point and three singles matches to claim a 4-3 victory over in-state rival No. 24 Georgia Tech on Saturday. - Full Story

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Georgia reserve tight end Ty Flournoy-Smith was arrested Friday night on a misdemeanor charge of filing a false report of a crime. University of Georgia police chief Jimmy Williamson said that Flournoy-Smith filed a police report with UGA in the last few days about stolen textbooks. “He went through this whole story of his books […] - Full Story

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Feb. 22, 2013

Coming off excruciating back-to-back road losses, Georgia returns home this afternoon for a quick turnaround as part of a CBS nationally televised basketball doubleheader. - Full Story

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