Monthly Archives: May 2014

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May. 31, 2014

Georgia has added another nonconference opponent to its men‚Äôs basketball schedule for the upcoming season and firmed up a date for another game. Florida Atlantic will visit Stegeman Coliseum on Sunday Nov. 23, according to a contract obtained under an open records request. The Owls‚Äô new coach is former Detroit Pistons coach and NBA player […] - Full Story

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May. 30, 2014

Georgia has a kickoff time for its 2014 season opener against Clemson on Aug. 30. The Bulldogs and Tigers are set for a 5:30 p.m. start in a game that will be shown nationally on ESPN from Sanford Stadium. The game will be one of the marquee matchups in the opening weekend of college football […] - Full Story

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May. 28, 2014

Two years after he was hired, Georgia director of on-campus recruiting Daryl Jones is leaving the program. Jones oversaw official and unofficial visits for the Bulldogs‚Äô football program in the support staff position in the recruiting office. ‚ÄúAfter serving the past two years as director of on-campus recruiting for the Georgia football program, I will […] - Full Story

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It is hardly the most pressing of issues to be talked about this week at the Southeastern Conference spring meetings in Destin, Fla., but the league is expected to modify when music and artificial sound can be played during football games in the fall. - Full Story

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It is hardly the most pressing of issues to be talked about this week at the Southeastern Conference spring meetings in Destin, Fla., but the league is expected to modify when music and artificial sound can be played during football games in the fall. There will be more freedom for schools to crank up the […] - Full Story

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A year ago, Danielle Collins was on the move. Looking for a coaching style that meshed for her, she left Florida after her freshman year and transferred to Virginia. Her first season as a Cavalier ended with her hoisting the NCAA women‚Äôs singles trophy on Monday afternoon at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex. Her story […] - Full Story

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May. 27, 2014

When it comes to college athletes transferring, restrictions can vary by school, conference and sport. - Full Story

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Georgia’s track and field teams garnered three annual individual Southeastern Conference awards for the outdoor season. - Full Story

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The Southeastern Conference Eastern Division football showdown between Georgia and South Carolina is set for national television. CBS will air the Sept. 13 game in Columbia with a 3:30 p.m. kickoff as the network‚Äôs first SEC game for the 2014 season. As expected, the Georgia-Florida annual game in Jacksonville, Fla., will also be a 3:30 […] - Full Story

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The Southeastern Conference Eastern Division football showdown between Georgia and South Carolina is set for national television. - Full Story

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Georgia believes it has found a way to tap into the type of energetic crowds that boosted the Bulldogs‚Äô men‚Äôs basketball team late last season. Athletic director Greg McGarity called it a ‚Äúmove-down plan,‚Äù which will allow fans a chance some time during the first half of games to fill seats closer to the Stegeman […] - Full Story

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May. 26, 2014

HUTCHINSON, KANSAS | The Georgia men’s golf team fired its best round of the NCAA Championships on Monday, yet fell short of one of the top eight spots needed to advance to match play. The Bulldogs carded a 3-under-par 277 in the third round, which began on Sunday evening and was completed Monday morning. That gave Georgia a 3-round total of 10-over 850 and an 11th-place finish. - Full Story

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Maho Kowase turned towards the crowd and offered a sheepish smile with nothing going right for Georgia after dropping the first four games of their NCAA women’s doubles finals Monday. - Full Story

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It’s about 29 miles between the campuses of UCLA and Pepperdine in Southern California. - Full Story

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Maho Kowase turned towards the crowd and offered a sheepish smile with nothing going right for Georgia after dropping the first four games of their NCAA women’s doubles finals Monday. - Full Story

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May. 25, 2014

The Georgia women’s tennis program has produced a pair of national championships, three NCAA singles winners but has yet to be the last ones standing after the doubles finals. - Full Story

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HOOVER, ALA. | Sean McMullen hit a two-run homer with two outs in the eighth inning to lift LSU to a 2-0 victory over Florida Sunday in the Southeastern Conference tournament championship game. - Full Story

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May. 24, 2014

What a mighty fine time Lauren Herring and Maho Kowase had together Saturday. - Full Story

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There was no more magic left for the No. 7 Georgia softball team Saturday afternoon. - Full Story

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May. 23, 2014

After winning a point, Maho Kowase jumps and lifts her knees to her chest, occasionally letting out a squeal in excitement. - Full Story

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HUTCHINSON, KAN. | Due to weather delays totaling more than eight hours at the NCAA championships, the Georgia men’s golf team didn’t start its first round on Friday. - Full Story

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A disastrous first inning and a pitching performance by a wily veteran spelled doom for No. 7 Georgia Friday in its NCAA super regional opener against Baylor. - Full Story

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Paige Wilson is one of just a handful of Georgia softball players who knows what it‚Äôs like to compete in an NCAA Super Regional, and her memories aren‚Äôt great ones. The Bulldogs‚Äô last appearance in what basically amounts to the final qualifying round for the Women‚Äôs College World Series was short and anything but sweet. […] - Full Story

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GREENSBORO | Georgia put a price tag on what implementing new NCAA rules for athletes, which includes allowing unlimited meals and snacks, will cost in the upcoming school year: $1.28 million. That‚Äôs what‚Äôs in the budget to cover not only feeding some 600 athletes more often but also providing transportation costs to and from their […] - Full Story

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May. 22, 2014

GREENSBORO ‚Äë A Georgia football ticket price hike appears to be on the horizon. - Full Story

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