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Jan. 30, 2016

With the seniors starring in their final home meet, the No. 1-ranked Georgia women’s swimming and diving team earned its 100th consecutive victory at Gabrielsen Natatorium on Saturday. The Lady Bulldogs dispatched No. 17 Wisconsin 172-123 to extend their Division I swimming and diving record that began Nov. 8, 1995. Georgia is 101-1 all-time in […] - Full Story

Georgia has already gone on the road once this week — a 89-85 to LSU — and now the Bulldogs head west again. The Bulldogs (11-7) travel to Waco, Texas to take on the No. 17 Baylor Bears (16-4) at 6 p.m. on Saturday. Georgia, along with nine of its other SEC counterparts, take a […] - Full Story

Dorothy had it right. There’s no place like home. The past and present members of Georgia’s swimming and diving team know that all too well. On Saturday, the Lady Bulldogs will attempt to win their 100th consecutive meet within the friendly confines of Gabrielsen Natatorium when Wisconsin visits at 10 a.m. Georgia’s women are 100-1 all-time at home […] - Full Story

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Jan. 29, 2016

Jacob Eason calls his first three weeks on campus at the University of Georgia “an easy transition for me.” Considering that he’s some 2,800 miles away from home, that’s saying something. How he pivots going from a five-star heralded recruit in Lake Stevens, Wash., to Bulldogs quarterback will be watched closely starting this spring, rolling […] - Full Story

Throughout much of this season, when Georgia is on top of its game, good things happen in the third quarter. On Thursday night against Auburn, the Lady Bulldogs didn’t wait until after halftime, lowering the boom on the Tigers in the second quarter in a dominating 63-30 Southeastern Conference victory at Stegeman Coliseum. Georgia (15-6, […] - Full Story

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Jan. 28, 2016

Georgia’s recruiting class now has a specialist in it. Punter Marshall Long from South Rowan High in China Grove, N.C., posted on his Instagram account Thursday night that he had given the Bulldogs a verbal commitment. Long recently decommitted from Virginia Tech. Georgia’s special teams coach is former Hokies assistant Shane Beamer. “I have decided […] - Full Story

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As Georgia continues to struggle on beam, coach Danna Durante keeps fielding questions about it. But there’s no need to panic. “Alabama fell three times last week. Florida fell I don’t know how many times at different points in their career when they could have won a championship,” Durante said. “It happens. There are very […] - Full Story

Georgia will try to rebound from back-to-back losses against Kentucky at 7 p.m. tonight. Here are three things to watch when Georgia heads to Lexington: A SWITCH ON BEAM After the Gym Dogs fell four times on beam in a loss to Stanford they’d consider multiple factors — like how they’ve been training and what […] - Full Story

E.J. Price declared his intentions to play for Georgia once before and could again next week when it matters most. The Bulldogs and new coach Kirby Smart already won a battle to get the offensive tackle from Archer High in Lawrenceville to come to Athens this weekend for an official visit. “It’s been crazy, everyone’s […] - Full Story

Which Georgia team will show up to face Auburn at Stegeman Coliseum tonight? Will it be the Lady Bulldogs who displayed tremendous energy and fight in defeating then-No. 20 Florida and then-No. 10 Mississippi State, or it will be the group of players that hardly looked like a team at all in subsequent losses to […] - Full Story

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Jan. 27, 2016

Georgia already has two five-star recruits in the fold for its 2016 class on campus: quarterback Jacob Eason and tight end Isaac Nauta. That number could grow next week with national signing day coming on Wednesday. Elite recruiting ratings may not be a guarantee of making a big splash on the college level, but the […] - Full Story

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Jan. 26, 2016

College football fans from programs that are recruiting Mecole Hardman have reason to watch and try to decipher his moves leading up to the Feb. 3 national signing day. An official visit to Alabama last weekend was scrapped, he said, when winter weather made traveling difficult. The short drive from Elberton to Athens to take […] - Full Story

Charles Mann shot straight when asked about LSU freshman Ben Simmons. “He’s the best player in college basketball, and a future No. 1 pick,” the Georgia senior guard said. Mann’s shared the court with multiple NBA lottery picks in his four years, including former teammate Kentavious Caldwell-Pope. In anticipation of the Bulldogs game against the […] - Full Story

Mays High School wide receiver Randrecous Davis gave a verbal commitment to Georgia in July, but a change in the Bulldogs’ coaching staff resulted in Davis now poised to sign elsewhere next week. The three-star rated prospect decommitted from Georgia, according to his high school coach, something he said came about after a cooling of […] - Full Story

Georgia will look for its second road win of the season on Tuesday. The Bulldogs go up against the favorite to be the next No. 1 NBA draft pick in LSU’s Ben Simmons. And they’ll do it on national television. Watch Georgia will try to stop the freshman star on ESPN at 9 p.m. The […] - Full Story

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Jan. 25, 2016

After playing its best game of the season on Thursday in dispatching No. 10 Mississippi State, Georgia turned in its worst performance of the year Sunday, falling to LSU 53-46 in Southeastern Conference play. It may have been an omen when the first three field goal attempts of the game by Georgia (14-6, 2-5) were […] - Full Story

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Jan. 24, 2016

Georgia claimed a 76-73 overtime win over the visiting Arkansas Razorbacks in front of a sold out Stegeman Coliseum on Saturday. J.J. Frazier led all scorers with 26 points on 8 of 15 shooting. He finished with four three-pointers, four rebounds, three assists and three steals. And he did all of that while playing through […] - Full Story

It didn’t take long for Georgia to fill in an offensive line spot in its recruiting class after one player parted ways with the Bulldogs last week. Solomon Kindley from Raines High School in Jacksonville committed Sunday morning to the Bulldogs, he posted on his Twitter account. Kindley was in Athens over the weekend on […] - Full Story

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Jan. 23, 2016

For Georgia and Arkansas, it was a game of personal duels and one-on-one matchups. Bulldogs coach Mark Fox perfectly described what happened in the aftermath of Georgia’s 76-73 overtime victory over the visiting Razorbacks on Saturday. “It was a battle,” he said. Coming into the contest, the matchup to watch was Yante Maten versus Moses […] - Full Story

There was quite a roar from the crowd in Stegeman Coliseum at the second media timeout Saturday during the Georgia men’s basketball game. It had little to do with the home team cutting into an early eight-point Arkansas lead. After waiting in a tunnel, new Georgia football coach Kirby Smart and recruits in town for […] - Full Story

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Georgia is coming off its biggest victory of the season, a 47-43 win over No. 10 Mississippi State on Thursday, and the Lady Bulldogs want to ensure that what happened after their last triumph over a ranked team doesn’t occur again. After bouncing then-No. 20 Florida on Jan. 14 (its fifth consecutive Southeastern Conference game […] - Full Story

The No. 1-ranked Georgia women’s swimming and diving team earned its 100th overall and its 99th consecutive victory at Gabrielsen Natatorium with a 173.5-121.5 decision over No. 12 Tennessee on Saturday. The fourth-ranked Bulldogs also topped the No. 12 Volunteers 165-135. The Lady Bulldogs are 100-1 since Gabrielsen Natatorium opened Nov. 3, 1995. They also […] - Full Story