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Oct. 7, 2015

Jake Ganus was running behind schedule. He finished his workout on Tuesday morning and had five minutes to cool down before heading to class. The senior linebacker is a fan of cold tubs — or baths filled with ice designed to cool down the body after a workout — but didn’t have the 10-12 minutes […] - Full Story

Nothing has changed regarding the Georgia quarterback position according to offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer. Greyson Lambert is still the starting quarterback, Schottenheimer reiterated numerous times. He also said multiple times that back-up Brice Ramsey will continue to see snaps. “It’s no secret we plan on playing Brice in every game,” Schottenheimer said. “Greyson doesn’t need […] - Full Story

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Oct. 6, 2015

It’s something Georgia has lived through more often than it would like so Malcolm Mitchell can remind younger players it can still be done. All is not lost even after a 28-point drilling by Alabama on Saturday night, the senior wide receiver said. It was another early October loss at South Carolina in 2012, a […] - Full Story

The longest pass play against Georgia’s defense last year in coordinator Jeremy Pruitt’s first season went for 38 yards by Clemson and Arkansas. In five games this season, the Bulldogs have given up three completions of 44 yards or more, including two Saturday against Alabama in a 38-10 loss. “We didn’t execute some on the […] - Full Story

Georgia starting center Brandon Kublanow practiced on a limited basis Monday while dealing with an ankle injury, according to Hunter Long, his backup. “In my mind, it’s the same thing, I prepare to be the starter every week,” said Long, who came in for Kublanow in the third quarter of the loss to Alabama and […] - Full Story

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Oct. 5, 2015

Georgia will have its latest kickoff of the season so far when Missouri comes to town. The Oct. 17 game at Sanford Stadium is set for 7:30 p.m. on the SEC Network, the conference announced Monday afternoon. The matchup is Georgia’s homecoming game. All of Georgia’s games this season have either kicked at noon or […] - Full Story

Georgia will have to wait until Saturday to get rid of the bad taste left from Alabama’s emphatic 38-10 manhandling of the Bulldogs. Tennessee is looking to stop the bleeding of its own. The Bulldogs (4-1, 2-1 SEC) tumbled down 11 spots Sunday in the Associated Press poll to No. 19 and 10 in the coaches’ […] - Full Story

When Georgia football coach Mark Richt was asked early in his weekly Sunday teleconference about how he would handle the quarterbacks heading into Saturday’s game at Tennessee, he said coaches were still reviewing film from the 38-10 loss to Alabama. Before the call of nearly 11 minutes was over, he got another quarterback question along […] - Full Story

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Oct. 4, 2015

The first pass by Greyson Lambert ended in disappointment. The first pass by Brice Ramsey ended in disaster. Lambert missed what should have been an easy touchdown to Malcolm Mitchell on Georgia’s first play of the game and Ramsey just about snuffed any sliver of hope of a Georgia comeback when he threw an interception […] - Full Story

It took five games into the season for heralded freshman defensive lineman Trenton Thompson to crack Georgia’s starting lineup. “Trent, he earned it,” defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt said. “If he practices good this next week, he’ll start. If he doesn’t practice good he won’t. That’s kind of the way it is.” The 6-foot-4, 307-pound Thompson […] - Full Story

Although it was way too early to call it a turning point, when No. 13 Alabama fumbled on its first offensive possession and No. 8 Georgia wasn’t able to convert the turnover into points, it provided the Crimson Tide with a confidence boost that lasted the rest of the rain-drenched day. “I think it was […] - Full Story

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To have any chance to remain in any conversation about any kind of championship, No. 13 Alabama needed to play better on Saturday than it had all season. Mission accomplished. Save for an 83-yard run by Georgia’s Nick Chubb on the final scrimmage play of the third quarter, the Crimson Tide thumped its hosts in […] - Full Story

Georgia’s staff designed the first play of the game with Malcolm Mitchell running toward the end zone in mind. Instead the play ended with an incompletion. And things only got worse from there. On that first play, Mitchell executed a double move and slipped behind the Alabama defense. A properly thrown ball would have given […] - Full Story

Georgia’s first trip into the redzone was a fiasco. The Bulldogs were stopped on the Alabama 18 and forced to kick a field goal. Marshall Morgan made the 35-yard kick but Alabama’s Denzell Devall roughed the snapper, which is a personal foul. The penalty gave Georgia a new set of downs on the Alabama 8. […] - Full Story

*Courtesy of UGA sports communications… Alabama Head Coach Nick Saban Opening statement… “I was really proud of our players today, our team today. I thought this was a difficult challenge for them. I told them before the game that the plan that we had for them, ordinary men couldn’t go out there and get it […] - Full Story