Monthly Archives: January 2014

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Jan. 31, 2014

Chelsea Davis is a reliable anchor. - Full Story

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Georgia coach Mark Fox was quick to downplay the impact a home loss to Vanderbilt could have on the Bulldogs season by saying on Wednesday “they all count the same.” - Full Story

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Two former Georgia players with NFL experience are among those who have applied for recent job openings with the football program. Kregg Lumpkin, a running back for the Bulldogs from 2003-07, is among more than 70 who responded seeking to fill an assistant strength and conditioning position. After four seasons in the NFL with Green […] - Full Story

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Georgia will be paying $50,000 more to its new defensive line coach than it did last season. Tracy Rocker, who coached the last three seasons for the NFL’s Tennessee Titans, will get an annual salary of $300,000. He replaced Chris Wilson, who had a salary of $250,000 in his one season. Kevin Sherrer, hired after […] - Full Story

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Jan. 30, 2014

Samarie Walker doesn't know what to make of Kentucky's recent struggles. - Full Story

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Depending on which recruiting rankings you reference, Norcross defensive end Lorenzo Carter is a top-15 prospect nationally or top-40 on the low end. - Full Story

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Outside of those Saturdays during the fall, Georgia has officially reached one of the biggest weekends of the year. - Full Story

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Jan. 29, 2014

Neither snow nor icy roads could keep Vanderbilt from continuing its winning ways against Georgia on Wednesday night. - Full Story

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If Georgia has designs on climbing out of the Southeastern Conference hole it has thus far plowed, the Lady Bulldogs’ bench will play a vital role. - Full Story

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Georgia women’s tennis player Lauren Herring has been named Southeastern Conference Player of the Week, it was announced Wednesday. - Full Story

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Game on. That’s the decision made this morning after Georgia and SEC officials consulted about tonight’s men’s basketball game in Athens against Vanderbilt. The game will still be held as scheduled at 7 p.m. in Stegeman Coliseum, but won’t be televised because a crew couldn’t get to town for the CSS broadcast due to road […] - Full Story

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Jan. 28, 2014

If Georgia is shorthanded against Vanderbilt again tonight, it isn’t likely to get any sympathy from the Commodores. That’s because visiting Vanderbilt is down to seven scholarship players and added senior manager Rob Cross to its roster before a game against Missouri on Jan. 16. Georgia typically has used a rotation 10-deep in SEC games, […] - Full Story

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Georgia officially named Tracy Rocker its defensive line coach on Tuesday, three days after his hiring was first reported. Rocker is the 1988 Outland and Lombardi Award winner and was a two-time All-American at Auburn who has coached for 17 years in college and spent the past three years coaching the defensive line for the […] - Full Story

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A group of Georgia football players took part in a quiet protest seeking NCAA reform during a game in September. Now, some are expressing support today with news that Northwestern football players are asking to be represented by a labor union, according to ESPN’s Outside the Lines. I like what the Northwestern players are doing!!!! […] - Full Story

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By Dean Legge DawgPost.com What a difference a day makes – at least for Dominick Sanders. Dominick Sanders wasn’t so sure he would visit Georgia on Sunday. By Monday? He was committed to Georgia. He is the younger brother of Chris Sanders, the defensive back who was dismissed from Georgia in February 2012. “Georgia has […] - Full Story

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Jan. 27, 2014

What a difference a day makes – at least for Dominick Sanders.

Dominick Sanders wasn’t so sure he would visit Georgia on Sunday. By Monday? He was committed to Georgia.
"Georgia has been coming by, and I think it was just a matter of time before they came through with an offer," he said Monday after committing. "This was a process of waiting. I was waiting for it, and that was pretty tough. But I was going to have to continue to do what I have to do."

That meant sticking out until nearly Singing Day to pick the Bulldogs. Sanders, a three-star defensive back from Tucker, said he had built a great relationship with new defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt.

One of the big reasons was Coach Pruitt, and the relationship we have, and his personality. I remember that since he was at FSU. He told me that they loved me, and that (my offer) was coming. I think that when he got there it happened."

Sanders had been committed to UCF, and said Sunday that there was a "50/50 chance" that he would officially visit this coming weekend. That visit could still happen, but this time with Sanders being committed to Georgia. - Full Story

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After a disappointing season in 2013, Georgia baseball is aiming for a trip to Omaha this year. - Full Story

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Jan. 26, 2014

Georgia’s men’s and women’s tennis teams each defeated their opponents on Sunday to earn berths in the ITA National Team Indoor Championships.  - Full Story

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The number of days left until signing day can now be counted on two hands, making this next week the most important of the recruiting season. - Full Story

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Alabama rallied from a 12-point deficit with just more than seven minutes remaining to defeat Georgia 69-66 at Foster Auditorium on Sunday. - Full Story

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Jan. 25, 2014

LEXINGTON, KY. — Things figured to be hard enough for Georgia against No. 14 Kentucky before Bulldogs coach Mark Fox found out before Saturday’s game that he would be without guards Kenny Gaines and Juwan Parker. - Full Story

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While both Georgia and Alabama come into today’s Southeastern Conference battle in Tuscaloosa with considerable impetus, the Crimson Tide may have a slight edge in the momentum department. - Full Story

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Georgia learned firsthand in 2013 that you can’t have enough talented running backs. - Full Story

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The match came down to Hernus Pieters on court five. - Full Story

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Chase Kalisz returned from suspension to win three events for Georgia en route to a win over Tennessee on Saturday. - Full Story

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