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Jul. 7, 2016

Georgia senior center Brandon Kublanow was included on the 2016 Rimington Trophy Watch List, according to an announcement from the award’s committee on Wednesday. The committee will announce its finalists for the nation’s premier center on Dec. 5. The Rimington Trophy committee uses these three prestigious All-America teams to determine a winner: Walter Camp Foundation, […] - Full Story

Georgia junior Jeb Blazevich has been included on the 2016 John Mackey Award Watch List, which features candidates for the nation’s most outstanding collegiate tight end. The award recipient is selected by vote of the John Mackey Award Selection Committee. The 2016 Mackey Award recipient will be announced on Dec. 7 and then presented live on Dec. […] - Full Story

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Jul. 4, 2016

Sony Michel, Georgia’s top running back while Nick Chubb has been out with a knee injury, now is sidelined himself, leaving plenty of uncertainty at the position with the talented duo’s health in question. Michel sustained a broken left forearm Sunday evening in an “accident” and underwent surgery Monday at Athens Regional Medical Center, a […] - Full Story

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Jul. 3, 2016

Georgia head swimming and diving coach Jack Bauerle will be the assistant coach for the United States Olympic Team, his third time coaching in the games. Bauerle will coach the men Aug. 6-13 during the swimming portion of the 2016 Summer Games in Rio de Janeiro, according to an announcement Sunday from the University of […] - Full Story

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Jun. 30, 2016

Joni Taylor’s cell phone makes at least three different noises. One tone, the most prevalent during a late-June conversation with a guest in her office at Stegeman Coliseum, is probably for texts. Another might be emails. The last chime could be Facebook Messenger. Or new Twitter followers. Or Instagram likes. “My marketing plan is so […] - Full Story

Safety J.R. Reed, who left Tulsa’s football team after the spring semester, filed paperwork last week with Georgia to be able to transfer into the program on scholarship. The financial aid agreements Reed signed with Georgia and the SEC on June 22, obtained by Onlineathens.com through an open records request, cover the next three academic […] - Full Story

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Jun. 24, 2016

Georgia has lined up a nonconference opponent slated for its 2020 football schedule. East Tennessee State has agreed to visit Sanford Stadium at a date that season to be determined, according to a memorandum of understanding obtained by OnlineAthens.com on Friday. Georgia will pay the FCS school $550,000 and will provide 1,500 tickets. The MOU […] - Full Story

Another strong spring sports showing will help give Georgia a second straight top 15 finish in the Learfield Directors’ Cup. Led by third-place finishes nationally in men’s tennis and women’s track and field and fifth place for the softball team that reached the College World Series, the Bulldogs are poised to land at No. 15 […] - Full Story

Without any official scholarship offers entering the summer before his senior season at Sprayberry High School, DJ Worthy took advantage of the bevy of satellite camps in Georgia this month to get in front of college football coaches. The running back/middle linebacker was among more than 200 who took part in Cartersville’s camp at the […] - Full Story

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Jun. 20, 2016

Football carried Jeff Owens from his home in South Florida to the University of Georgia and then to a stint in the NFL with the Philadelphia Eagles. Owens was still involved in the sport coaching back home at Plantation High when he realized the next step his life should take. It happened when he was […] - Full Story

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Jun. 17, 2016

Georgia’s quarterback battle will roll into August for a second straight year. One of those who competed for the starting job last year is again waged in another competition for a coach he played for previously. Faton Bauta and redshirt junior Nick Stevens are vying to start for second-year Colorado State coach Mike Bobo, the […] - Full Story

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Jun. 16, 2016

ATLANTA |As a Georgia satellite camp was getting under way on a field at Kipp Atlanta Collegiate Wednesday afternoon, it was hard to miss a Florida Gators bus parked out in front of the high school that was orange on one side and blue on the other. The SEC East rivals held back-to-back camps in […] - Full Story

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Jun. 15, 2016

EMERSON | A bleary-eyed Mike Bobo arrived on a red-eye flight from Colorado. Georgia coach Kirby Smart and three assistant coaches had a much shorter trip by plane Wednesday morning to nearby Cartersville. Former Bulldogs defensive lineman Brandon Tolbert helped them beat rush hour by picking them up and driving them to the LakePoint Sports […] - Full Story

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Jun. 10, 2016

Herschel Walker. The name automatically conjures up words like football legend and Heisman Trophy-winning running back for Georgia fans. Back in April, Walker was recognized not for what he did at Sanford Stadium but for Georgia’s track and field team. “Things have changed so much today where almost every sport is year round,” Walker said […] - Full Story

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Jun. 7, 2016

Florida just spent its first season using a new $17 million indoor practice facility. More upgrades for the football program are on the horizon under coach Jim McElwain. Kentucky completed $120 million worth of renovations to Commonwealth Stadium for last season and is slated to open a $45 million football training facility next month. Georgia’s […] - Full Story

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Jun. 5, 2016

OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. | Junior Maeve McGuire registered a RBI for the third-consecutive game at the Women’s College World Series, but Georgia’s offense never found a rhythm as the Bulldogs (46-19) fell to Louisiana State (52-17), 4-1, on Sunday at ASA Hall of Fame Stadium. The loss ends the season for the Bulldogs after they […] - Full Story

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Jun. 3, 2016

Georgia and Kirby Smart have signed the first-year football coach’s contract that pays him $3.75 million annually through the end of the 2021 season, according to a document obtained by the Athens Banner-Herald on Friday through an open records request. Smart had previously signed a memorandum of understanding with the school at the time of […] - Full Story

OKLAHOMA CITY | Somehow, Georgia keeps pulling upsets. An unearned run in the top of the seventh inning gave the Bulldogs a 5-4 win over Florida State on Thursday in the Women’s College World Series. Georgia, the lowest seed in the series, took advantage of seven errors by the Seminoles that tied aWorld Series record. The way Georgia scored the winning […] - Full Story

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Jun. 1, 2016

It’s fair to say that of the eight teams that qualified, Georgia is perhaps the least likely entry in this year’s Women’s College World Series. In fact, a week ago, the only people giving No. 16 Georgia a shot were the Bulldogs themselves. “No one expected us to be there, so there’s no pressure on […] - Full Story

DESTIN, Fla. | Nick Saban went a little Nikita Khruschev when getting worked up talking about satellite camps Tuesday on the first day of the SEC spring meetings. The Alabama football coach banged a lectern to make his point about what he views as the “wild, wild West.” Georgia coach Kirby Smart spoke dispassionately about […] - Full Story

DESTIN, Fla. | Back in March, Georgia football coach Kirby Smart announced that defensive lineman Jonathan Ledbetter was suspended for one game for his arrest on two misdemeanor alcohol-related charges. His update on Tuesday as SEC spring meetings began: Stay tuned. Ledbetter had charges dropped last week for underage possession of alcohol and using a […] - Full Story

Greyson Lambert spent time in Gulf Shores, Ala., and went through graduation ceremonies at his old school, the University of Virginia. Jacob Eason returned home to Washington state and served as a counselor in a quarterback camp in San Diego that included the likes of Clemson’s DeShaun Watson and Texas A&M’s Trevor Knight. They, along […] - Full Story

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May. 31, 2016

DESTIN, Fla. | Kirby Smart’s first SEC spring meeting media availability didn’t draw a big crowd. It was just five media members who cover Georgia. Later, a reporter from Bleacher Report joined in the Emerald Room B at the Sandestin Beach Hilton to speak to the Bulldogs first-year football coach. It’s not that Smart isn’t […] - Full Story

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May. 29, 2016

As a first-time head coach, Tom Herman followed up a national title as Ohio State’s offensive coordinator by guiding Houston last season to a top-10 finish and a 13-1 record capped by a New Year’s Six bowl win over Florida State. So he knows a little something about how to make a smooth transition from […] - Full Story

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May. 27, 2016

A reserve Georgia offensive lineman is leaving the program and has already found a new home. Jake Edwards is transferring from the Bulldogs to Georgia Southern he said Friday afternoon, just after visiting the school in Statesboro. “I told the coaches I was going to be going down there to play ball at Southern,” he […] - Full Story