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May. 20, 2016

The Georgia women’s golf team treks to Eugene, Ore., this week to compete in the 2016 NCAA Championships. The NCAAs will be contested from May 20-25 at the Eugene Country Club. The Bulldogs are the No. 6 seed and look to capitalize on the momentum from sweeping the team and individual titles at the NCAA […] - Full Story

TUSCALOOSA, ALA. | Led by tournament medalist Greyson Sigg, the No. 3-ranked Georgia men’s golf team secured its berth in the upcoming NCAA Championship by winning the Tuscaloosa Regional on Wednesday at Ol’ Colony Golf Complex. The Bulldogs, who won Wednesday by four shots over South Carolina, will be gunning for the program’s third national title May […] - Full Story

TULSA, OKLA. | In search of its seventh national title in school history, the Georgia men’s tennis team opens the 2016 NCAA Round of 16 against USC today in Tulsa, Okla., at 5 p.m. ET. The seventh-seeded Bulldogs, who are 22-4 overall and finished the regular season with a perfect 12-0 SEC record, face the No. […] - Full Story

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May. 18, 2016

HOOVER, Ala. | There may have been a Georgia “G” on Kirby Smart’s visor on Wednesday and on his personalized golf bag but in this state he’s still probably best known for the work he did as Alabama’s four-time national championship winning defensive coordinator. His new job certainly didn’t stop 14-year old Lauren Karr from […] - Full Story

HOOVER, Ala. | SEC football coaches will come here to this city in suburban Birmingham, Ala., in July over a four day period for the league’s media days kickoff event. Five of them including Georgia’s Kirby Smart played in the Regions Tradition Pro-Am Wedneday before this week’s Champions Tour major. Noncoaching celebrities also were on […] - Full Story

HOOVER, Ala. | Georgia’s running back depth isn’t still at the level that coach Kirby Smart wants it at but the Bulldogs officially have another player in the fold. Smart spoke publicly for the first time on Wednesday about 2016 recruit Brian Herrien because the New Manchester High running back sent in financial aid papers […] - Full Story

Georgia baseball fought hard against in-state rival No. 22 Georgia Tech on Tuesday, but ultimately fell 6-3 after 10 innings. The Diamond Dogs (26-27) and Yellow Jackets (34-18) went back-and-forth all night but Georgia Tech hit two home runs off Blake Cairnes in the 10th frame to clinch a victory. The first was a two-run […] - Full Story

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May. 17, 2016

New Manchester High running back Brian Herrien met with Georgia coach Kirby Smart and assistants over the weekend in Athens ahead of his 2 p.m. signing ceremony Tuesday at the Douglasville school. Herrien will be on scholarship with the Bulldogs, his former coach Rob Cleveland confirmed Monday. He won’t sign a letter of intent since […] - Full Story

A Georgia quarterback is transferring out of the program but it’s not one of the three competing for the starting job. Walk-on Nick Robinson is leaving after one season, coach Kirby Smart confirmed to reporters before an alumni event in Savannah Monday evening. “Nick came and talked to me and he’s going to go,” Smart […] - Full Story

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May. 16, 2016

Georgia’s running back depth is expected to get a boost with a late addition. Brian Herrien plans to sign paperwork with UGA, likely at a Tuesday ceremony at his school, New Manchester High in Douglasville, according to Myron Terry, the school’s coach. The 6-foot-1, 210-pound Herrien rushed for 1,960 yards and scored 16 touchdowns as […] - Full Story

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May. 13, 2016

Georgia has booted defensive lineman Chauncey Rivers off the football team after a third drug-related arrest. Rivers was already suspended for three games to start the season before his third arrest for marijuana possession on Wednesday in Doraville. The sophomore faces four charges including a felony violation of Georgia’s controlled substance act after a pill […] - Full Story

Kirby Smart was apologetic when asked by a fan last week in Macon to assess the ability of Georgia’s fullbacks to help protect the quarterback. “I’m not a big fullback guy, sorry,” the first-year Bulldogs head coach said at an alumni event. “I’m one with the philosophy of I love the hard-nosed fullback but the […] - Full Story

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May. 12, 2016

JEFFERSON | Eleven days after he announced a commitment to California at the College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta, Demetris Robertson says he is still hearing from Georgia. The Bulldogs were hoping to land the nation’s No. 1 rated 2016 wide receiver from Savannah Christian. Since his verbal pledge isn’t binding, Georgia is still […] - Full Story

Marquette will visit Georgia this coming men’s basketball season as part of a home-and-home series, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. The game in Athens will be in early December and Georgia will play at Marquette in the 2017-18 season, a source told the Sentinel. Former Duke assistant coach and player Steve Wojiciechowski is entering […] - Full Story

Georgia baseball continued its winning ways Wednesday evening at Foley Field, defeating Western Carolina, 6-0. The Diamond Dogs (24-25) notched their first shutout win since defeating Lipscomb 1-0 on March 12. Georgia used four pitchers on a planned committee day to keep the Catamounts (23-24) quiet all evening. “I thought the entire staff pitched well,” […] - Full Story

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May. 11, 2016

There will be no “Countdown” this summer in Athens. The “Countdown to Kickoff” charity fan event held the past 10 years won’t be held but could return as early as next year. Logistical issues with construction for the indoor practice facility around the Butts-Mehre building contributed, according to former Georgia offensive lineman Matt Stinchcomb. The […] - Full Story

When “Ain’t No Grave” by Johnny Cash plays through the speakers at Foley Field, it can only mean one thing: Heath Holder’s about to pitch. What isn’t always clear, though, is when exactly Holder will take the mound. The fifth-year senior began this season as a starter for the Diamond Dogs, notching his first career […] - Full Story

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May. 10, 2016

Nate McBride was unaware an NCAA rule recently changed that allowed college football coaches to send unlimited text messages to recruits. The Vidalia High School inside linebacker already has felt the effect on his iPhone. “I’ve been getting texts so I guess that’s what that is,” said McBride, rated the No. 68 overall prospect for […] - Full Story

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May. 9, 2016

Davin Bellamy and Leonard Floyd were pretty competitive as Georgia teammates. Whether it was playing the NBA2K video game or even who would win a race to get to the front passenger seat to ride shotgun. “If we end up getting there at the same time, it would be a big fight,” Bellamy said. Floyd […] - Full Story

Georgia (23-25, 8-16) got a fantastic start from senior Heath Holder, who allowed only one run and three hits in seven innings of work, and the offense exploded in a 13-2 win over No. 7 Ole Miss (36-13, 14-10) on Sunday afternoon at Foley Field. With the win, Georgia finished its school-record 22 consecutive games […] - Full Story

The Diamond Dogs are on the brink of seeing their postseason hopes slip away after Saturday’s 7-3 loss to No. 7 Ole Miss, but the Diamond Dogs were dealt a different kind of blow, too. Senior designated hitter Daniel Nichols was slated to start the game but was hit in the head with a bat […] - Full Story

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May. 7, 2016

For the second game in a row, Robert Tyler looked human. The junior pitcher started for Georgia baseball Friday night against No. 7 Ole Miss and was never able to settle in, leading to a 6-4 win for the Rebels. Georgia (22-24, 7-15 Southeastern Conference) scored four early runs to give Tyler a two-run advantage […] - Full Story

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May. 6, 2016

Alabama football coach Nick Saban wins a lot. Games, national championships and more than his share of recruiting battles, but not all of them. That includes some going head-to-head with new Georgia coach Kirby Smart, who spent 11 seasons coaching under Saban including the last nine at Alabama where he was defensive coordinator for eight […] - Full Story

The Diamond Dogs can finally see the light at the end of the tunnel. Georgia baseball is nearing the end of a 22-game stretch against ranked opponents. The streak, which is a program record, has pitted the Diamond Dogs against the likes of South Carolina, Florida and Vanderbilt, among others. After Georgia completes a three-game […] - Full Story