Monthly Archives: February 2014

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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. 19, 2014

Some thoughts and a look at some of the moving parts in the aftermath of Georgia cutting ties with Josh Harvey-Clemons: –There‚Äôs no doubt that Harvey-Clemons was a talented player. He was a five-star recruit out of Lowndes High who CBSSports.com lists as the No. 2 strong safety prospect for the 2016 NFL draft. If […] - Full Story

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Feb. 13, 2014

Amidst a state of emergency issued due to an onslaught of ice and snow, Georgia baseball has an opening series with Georgia Southern to prepare for.  - Full Story

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Feb. 11, 2014

After the effort Georgia had to expend to reach their destination, today’s game against Mississippi State may seem almost easy in comparison. - Full Story

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When Marlon Brown, the oft injured Georgia receiver whose career in Athens ended with ACL surgery, got scant attention at the NFL combine last spring, he didn’t let it affect his attitude. - Full Story

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Feb. 4, 2014

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Months and months of road trips, camps, evaluations, film study, home visits, text messages and sweet talk have led to the moment of truth for college football recruiters. - Full Story

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Safety Kendall Gant, who committed to Georgia in July, will sign on Wednesday at Marshall, according to his coach at Lake Gibson High School in Lakeland, Fla. Gant, a four-star prospect by Scout.com, is in danger of not qualifying academically. Marshall can take NCAA partial qualifiers while Georgia can‚Äôt. ‚ÄúMarshall can do some more things […] - Full Story

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Georgia will be getting at least one national letter of intent on Wednesday‚Äôs national signing day from a player from American Heritage School in Plantation, Fla. Tailback Sony Michel is a five-star tailback who has been committed to Georgia for months. The Bulldogs could also get his good friend and teammate Isaiah McKenzie as well, […] - Full Story

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Feb. 3, 2014

All but a few players in Georgia’s football recruiting class that already were publicly on board, committed back in the summer or spring. - Full Story

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The final weekend before national signing day on Wednesday was a big one for Georgia. - Full Story

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Georgia defensive tackle commitment Lamont Gaillard from Fayeteville, N.C., looks to be sticking with the Bulldogs after visiting Miami over the weekend, his coach at Pine Forest High School said late Monday afternoon. ‚ÄúThere was some conversation back and forth, but I think he‚Äôs still pretty much set on Georgia,‚Äù Bill Sochovka said. ‚ÄúRight now, […] - Full Story

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I set out to take a short video of each gymnasts’ routine on each rotation during the Gym Dogs’ meet Saturday against Kentucky. Here are 132 seconds from Georgia’s win: FLOOR Brandie Jay Brittany Rogers Mary Beth Box Morgan Reynolds Cat Hires BEAM Sarah Persinger Kaylan Earls Lindsey Cheek Brittany Rogers Ashlyn Broussard Mary Beth […] - Full Story

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Georgia has picked up another commitment for its current signing class. Cornerback Shaq Jones from Merritt Island High School in Florida confirmed Monday evening that he will sign with the Bulldogs on Wednesday. Merritt Hall coach and athletic director Jeff McLean said earlier Monday that Jones had committed. Jones took an official visit to Georgia […] - Full Story

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Feb. 2, 2014

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STARKVILLE, MISS. | Despite a career-high 27 points by Erika Ford, Mississippi State still defeated the Georgia Lady Bulldogs 80-67 at Humphrey Coliseum on Sunday afternoon. - Full Story

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Feb. 1, 2014

The best game of sophomore Merritt Hempe‚Äôs career could not have come at a better time for Georgia. The 6-foot-2 center from Fredericksburg, Va., posted the first double-double of her 51-game tenure on Thursday, scoring 15 points and grabbing 11 rebounds as the Lady Bulldogs recorded a 58-56 Southeastern Conference upset victory over No. 13 […] - Full Story

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AUBURN, ALA. ‚Äî Auburn‚Äôs Chris Denson and KT Harrell got an abundance of scoring help for a change.Denson scored 18 points to lead five players in double digits and the Tigers made six straight free throws over the final 34 seconds in a 74-67 victory over Georgia on Saturday. The Tigers (10-9, 2-6 Southeastern Conference) […] - Full Story

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There is an exchange Danna Durante saves to share with Sarah Persinger before a routine. - Full Story

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In Georgia’s final dual meet of the season, the swimming and diving teams swept Alabama and honored the 11 seniors on Saturday. - Full Story

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Georgia went all in on junior college transfers in its huge 2013 football signing class. - Full Story

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Georgia went all in on junior college transfers in its huge 2013 football signing class. - Full Story

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The best game of sophomore Merritt Hempe’s career could not have come at a better time for Georgia. - Full Story

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AUBURN, ALA. — Auburn’s Chris Denson and KT Harrell got an abundance of scoring help for a change.Denson scored 18 points to lead five players in double digits and the Tigers made six straight free throws over the final 34 seconds in a 74-67 victory over Georgia on Saturday. - Full Story

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