Monthly Archives: February 2014

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Feb. 28, 2014

Georgia’s surge during Southeastern Conference play has Mark Fox being talked about for league Coach of the Year honors at the same time his name can be found on national lists of coaches considered on the hot seat. - Full Story

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Mary Beth Box has a laugh that can bring grown man to tears. - Full Story

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Nelson Ward delivered a walk-off double in the 11th to give Georgia a 4-3 victory Friday over Binghamton at Foley Field. - Full Story

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Georgia is catching Arkansas coming off a big, emotional win against Kentucky. Again. That was the scenario in January before the Bulldogs beat the Razorbacks in Athens 66-61 in overtime. They meet again Saturday at 4 p.m. at Bud Walton Arena. This time Arkansas turns around to play a hot Georgia team after the Razorbacks […] - Full Story

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Feb. 27, 2014

COLUMBIA, S.C. | South Carolina coach Dawn Staley grinned widely as she watched her fourth-ranked Gamecocks celebrate their first Southeastern Conference regular-season title. - Full Story

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The Georgia men’s tennis team began the outdoor portion of its 2014 schedule with a 4-0 victory over Georgia Tech Thursday afternoon at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex. - Full Story

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The hole the Georgia men‚Äôs basketball team dug itself in during nonconference play has left the Bulldogs still barely in the conversation for an NCAA tournament at-large bid despite racking up the wins of late. The Bulldogs are No. 84 in the RPI, which means even a third-place standing in what‚Äôs considered a weak SEC […] - Full Story

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Feb. 26, 2014

Georgia blanked Georgia State for six innings before giving up three runs in the top of the seventh and falling 3-2 on Wednesday at Foley Field. - Full Story

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As the regular season winds down, Georgia faces perhaps the sternest challenge tonight it has seen all year long. - Full Story

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Georgia blanked Georgia State for six innings before giving up three runs in the top of the seventh and falling 3-2 on Wednesday at Foley Field. - Full Story

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The Mark Richt spring speaking tour, known now as UGA Day, will kick off before Georgia is scheduled to hold its final spring football practice. It begins on April 16 in Greenville, S.C., one of 12 stops in four states this year, according to a listing on the website of UGA Alumni Association, which hosts […] - Full Story

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Feb. 25, 2014

Posting a winning record in Southeastern Conference play is nothing to gloss over with a history like Georgia in men‚Äôs basketball in the last quarter century. The Bulldogs fabulous February continued with 71-56 home throttling of NCAA tournament hopeful Missouri Tuesday night, ensuring they will finish above .500 in league play. That‚Äôs something only five […] - Full Story

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RIO GRANDE, PUERTO RICO | The No. 7 Georgia men’s golf team came in third in the Puerto Rico Classic on Tuesday. - Full Story

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It took a new lineup, but the Georgia baseball team (2-5) finally managed to notch its second win of the season on Tuesday, defeating Furman 6-4 at Foley Field. - Full Story

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Game times don‚Äôt matter much to Charles Mann, the Georgia sophomore guard insists. ‚ÄúIf it‚Äôs an 8 o‚Äôclock in the morning game, I‚Äôll be ready,‚Äù Mann said. ‚ÄúIt doesn‚Äôt matter what time.‚Äù Fans may have a different take on that. Georgia tips off against Missouri tonight at 9 p.m. in Stegeman Coliseum in a game […] - Full Story

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Feb. 24, 2014

There is a bit more separation today in the Southeastern Conference standings between Georgia and the rest of the pack that trails Florida and Kentucky. - Full Story

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Jeremy Pruitt‚Äôs Georgia defense could get a boost this season from Imagine Dragons or Eminem. Sanford Stadium‚Äîand other Southeastern Conference stadiums for that matter‚Äîwill be able to play recorded music in between plays in an effort to pump up the in-game atmosphere, Georgia athletic director Greg McGarity said. ‚ÄúIf you need to get people revved […] - Full Story

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Feb. 23, 2014

AUBURN, ALA. | In a game with double-digit ties and lead changes, Auburn surged ahead in the final moments en route to a 67-59 victory over Georgia on Sunday. - Full Story

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Feb. 22, 2014

For the fifth consecutive season, the Georgia women’s swimming team won the Southeastern Conference title. - Full Story

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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. | No. 4 Florida State scored four runs in the seventh inning and two runs in the eighth Saturday to take a 10-4 victory over Georgia, dropping the Bulldogs’ season record to 1-5. - Full Story

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“We need to come back and train even harder, train even faster,” Vreeland said. “We all swam way faster than we even anticipated. … We know that we can get in the water and swim even faster in practice.” - Full Story

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Jack Bauerle is “in jail.” - Full Story

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On the heels of another upset victory in the Southeastern Conference, Georgia heads to Auburn today with plans to upset some recent disquieting trends. - Full Story

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COLUMBIA, S.C.–It was a good Saturday for the Georgia men‚Äôs basketball team. And it got better after the Bulldogs left Colonial Life Arena following their 73-56 romp over South Carolina. Tennessee lost in overtime to Texas A&M. And that was just the start. By the time the night ended in the SEC, the third-place Bulldogs […] - Full Story

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COLUMBIA, S.C. | Georgia did what top-tier teams do in its league. - Full Story

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