Monthly Archives: April 2014

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Apr. 30, 2014

The decision by the Southeastern Conference to stick with an eight-game league schedule means programs can now ramp up lining up opponents for 2016 and beyond. - Full Story

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Chris Burnette and Aaron Murray were named members of the National Football Foundation Hampshire Honor Society. - Full Story

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Apr. 29, 2014

With just more than a week until the NFL draft begins, most analysts project at least seven other quarterbacks will be selected before Aaron Murray is taken. - Full Story

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The Georgia women’s tennis team earned the No. 1 seed in the 2014 NCAA tournament and will host first- and second-round action at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex, the NCAA announced Tuesday. - Full Story

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With just more than a week until the NFL draft begins, most analysts project at least seven other quarterbacks will be selected before Aaron Murray is taken. - Full Story

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Suzanne Yoculan sat wired with a microphone in front of an ESPN camera for a collective of 10 hours. - Full Story

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Reaction by Georgia athletes, former and current, about the NBA’s decision to ban Donald Sterling slowly trickled in Tuesday afternoon. Here is some of it: Glad to see the NBA's decision on Donald Sterling .. No room for racism in society today — Keith Marshall (@Truthh4) April 29, 2014 That's only 1% on the racism […] - Full Story

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The Southeastern Conference’s edict that league schools must play one game each year against the other five power conference schools in future schedules has Georgia getting major props for its nonconference schedules in recent years. - Full Story

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The Southeastern Conference’s edict that league schools must play one game each year against the other five power conference schools in future schedules has Georgia getting major props for its nonconference schedules in recent years. ESPN’s Ivan Maisel noted Georgia has played 15 nonconference games “against teams from the other equity conferences over the last […] - Full Story

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Apr. 28, 2014

Georgia wide receiver Chris Conley released the first trailer of his Star Wars fan film, which he titled Retribution. In the trailer, which is just more than a minute and a half long, stormtroopers invade UGA’s campus, holding students hostage in multiple locations. The trailer shows fight scenes outside of the Miller Learning Center, in […] - Full Story

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Apr. 27, 2014

Georgia got what it wanted out of the Southeastern Conference’s future football schedules with the rivalry with Auburn preserved on an annual basis and the league sticking with each team playing eight conference games. The SEC announced Sunday night it is continuing its existing format—with one permanent cross-division rival–and adding a strength of schedule component […] - Full Story

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Apr. 26, 2014

Prospective campers planning to hit the pool at Georgia between May 31 and June 13 found an important website update this month: “Jack Bauerle will not be present for any of the 2014 Summer Swim Camps.” - Full Story

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NASHVILLE | Carson Fulmer pitched seven shutout innings to lead 25th-ranked Vanderbilt to an 11-0 series-clinching victory over Georgia on Saturday. - Full Story

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Maho Kowase has a big month ahead of her. - Full Story

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Apr. 25, 2014

ST. SIMONS ISLAND | After the first round of the Southeastern Conference championship Friday, the Georgia men’s golf team is in third place with a 3-under 277. The Bulldogs are tied with South Carolina and both trail Alabama (8-under 272). - Full Story

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You probably already know that Georgia wide receiver Reggie Davis is fast. Remember this? Davis, from Tallahassee, Fla., is using that speed on the track now for Georgia. The rising sophomore in football but still a freshman in track debuted with the Bulldogs Friday at the Drake Relays in Des Moines, Iowa, running the 100 […] - Full Story

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Herschel Walker is feeling pretty confident at the half-century mark. The 52-year-old former Georgia running back and Heisman Trophy winner entered the world of mixed-martial arts fighting a few years ago with his renowned physique intact, and this week he told USA Today that he believes he could make it in the NFL again. “I […] - Full Story

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Apr. 24, 2014

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. | The No. 13 Georgia softball team dropped a 4-2 decision to No. 7 Alabama on Thursday. Georgia’s Alex Hugo provided the runs for the Bulldogs on a two-run home run in the fifth. It was Hugo’s 20th home run of the year. Samantha LaZear was productive from the plate, going 2-for-3, while […] - Full Story

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In some ways, Joey Garber is just like any other college guy. - Full Story

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Georgia coaches gave Greg Pyke the award for the most improved player on offense this spring. - Full Story

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Mark Fox will have a change to his Georgia men’s basketball coaching staff for the second straight offseason. Assistant coach Stacey Palmore will not return next season. “Let’s just say we’re just moving in a new direction,” Fox said Thursday afternoon. “Stacey worked his tail off for us, and I’ve got great respect for him. […] - Full Story

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Apr. 23, 2014

The sports drink Powerade is the official beverage of choice around the Georgia football program. Coach Mark Richt has a cup placed before him on hot days at his postpractice news conference. New inside linebackers coach Mike Ekeler is partial to an energy drink that can apparently be found in large quantities in his Butts-Mehre […] - Full Story

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Apr. 22, 2014

GAINESVILLE | Spring practices are in the rearview mirror for Mark Richt. That means it’s full speed ahead for the spring speaking tour for the Georgia football coach. Last week it was Greenville, S.C. On Tuesday night, Richt hit the Gainesville Civic Center’s grand ballroom for the UGA Day event. Get ready, Dalton, Richt is […] - Full Story

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The No. 13 Georgia softball team dropped a 4-2 decision to Georgia State in the final non-conference game of the season on Tuesday. Chelsea Wilkinson suffered the loss for the Bulldogs to fall to 24-6 on the year. She allowed four runs, two of which were earned, on 10 hits and three walks. She also […] - Full Story

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LAWRENCEVILLE | Despite seeing the leadoff batter reach base in five innings, Georgia was unable to give its pitching staff enough support and fell to Kennesaw State 3-1 Tuesday at Coolray Field. David Sosebee got the start for Georgia after having the rare occurrence of recording a save in his previous outing. The Cleveland, Ga., […] - Full Story

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