Monthly Archives: March 2014

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Mar. 31, 2014

Georgia will pass the midway point of spring football practices when it holds its eighth workout on Tuesday afternoon. Here are eight takeaways from what’s transpired so far: 1. Offensive tackles are solidifying their jobs There’s been change at both left guard and right guard this spring with Mark Beard giving way to Zach DeBell […] - Full Story

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Mar. 30, 2014

Georgia offensive line coach Will Friend’s candidates to start at right guard this season include a player who fired on goal with a stick in his hands in high school and another who showed a knack swinging a racket to hit balls over the net before he was a teenager. - Full Story

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ATHENS | The No. 9 Georgia women’s tennis team blanked Missouri 4-0 Sunday afternoon, capping a perfect weekend and improving to 15-3 on the season and 8-1 in conference play. The Bulldogs are one of three teams that sit atop the SEC standings with just one loss in conference play. - Full Story

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Georgia offensive line coach Will Friend’s candidates to start at right guard this season include a player who fired on goal with a stick in his hands in high school and another who showed a knack swinging a racket to hit balls over the net before he was a teenager. - Full Story

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Texas A&M narrowly escaped being on the wrong end of a series sweep as the Aggies defeated Georgia 9-5 on Sunday.  - Full Story

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Mar. 29, 2014

Saturday was a good day for J.J. Green to be a Georgia cornerback instead of a Georgia running back. - Full Story

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AUSTIN, TEXAS | The Georgia men’s swimming team placed fifth at the NCAA men’s swimming and diving championships on Saturday, completing its second-best finish ever at the national meet. - Full Story

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Ray Drew had a unique perspective when it came to dropping out of the starting defensive line during spring practice. - Full Story

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Greg Pyke and Zach DeBell were the starting offensive guards on Saturday. - Full Story

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The No. 2 quarterback job behind Hutson Mason didn’t appear to get any clearer after Saturday. - Full Story

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Georgia picked up the tab for the buyout in Jeremy Pruitt’s Florida State contract when it landed the national championship-winning defensive coordinator in January. - Full Story

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Georgia (16-11-1, 3-4-1 in SEC) nabbed a 6-1 win over visiting No. 22 Texas A&M (17-11, 3-5) Saturday. - Full Story

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Georgia held its first spring scrimmage on Saturday at Sanford Stadium. The No. 1 offense went against the No. 1 defense and No. 2 offense against the No. 2 defense. Here are statistics provided by coach Mark Richt: Rushing Brendan Douglas 8-36 A.J. Turman 10-20 Hutson Mason 3-15 Kyle Karempelis 8-15 TD—9 yards Todd Gurley […] - Full Story

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Mar. 28, 2014

The Georgia baseball team posted a 3-2 walkoff win over No. 22 Texas A&M Friday at Foley Field. After the Bulldogs (15-11-1) and Aggies (17-10, 3-4 SEC) traded two-run innings in the first and third, respectively, the pitcher’s duel held until the bottom of the ninth. Freshman Stephen Wrenn led off Georgia’s final inning with […] - Full Story

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AUSTIN, Texas — Georgia’s Chase Kalisz won the 400 individual medley in record-breaking fashion on Friday in the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships in the Jamail Center on the University of Texas campus. Behind Kalisz, the Bulldogs solidified their fifth-place spot in the team standings with 200 points. Texas (318.5) and California (312.5) are heading […] - Full Story

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The competition for the No. 2 quarterback job gets its biggest stage so far today with the first spring scrimmage. - Full Story

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Quarterback Hutson Mason sees a difference from last year in energy that he attributes to new defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt. - Full Story

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If they gave out awards after six spring practices, Georgia starting quarterback Hutson Mason knows which player he would hand one out to at wideout. - Full Story

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There was another change in the first-team offensive line on Friday. - Full Story

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Georgia sophomore Brittany MacLean’s statement was received loud and clear. - Full Story

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What’s done is done, but Ramik Wilson is happy to see that the NCAA Football Rules Committee made a change to the targeting rule that impacted Georgia in a big way last season in a loss at Vanderbilt. - Full Story

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It has been a rainy Friday in Athens, but the wet stuff wasn’t falling as Georgia began its sixth spring practice late in the afternoon. As suspected, offensive tackle Watts Dantzler wasn’t practicing after leaving practice on Thursday. The injury report later should update what his injury may be. The punt team was working during […] - Full Story

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Mar. 27, 2014

The day after the National Labor Relations Board’s regional director in Chicago ruled football players at Northwestern are university employees and can form a union, Georgia tailback Keith Marshall showed teammates a study on his smartphone in the locker room. - Full Story

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AUSTIN, Texas | Chase Kalisz earned a silver medal and Georgia broke three school records to highlight the Bulldogs’ showing on Thursday at the NCAA swimming and diving championships in the Jamail Center on the University of Texas campus. The Bulldogs stand fifth with 74 points after one day of competition. Texas has the team lead […] - Full Story

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Redshirt sophomore Greg Pyke worked the first-teamers at right guard on Thursday, replacing Brandon Kublanow. - Full Story

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