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SEC Media Days - Georgia's Gurley isn't concerned with Heisman talk Video included

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Todd Gurley doesn't get too excited talking about being a potential Heisman Trophy candidate, but can't restrain a smile thinking about one milestone that's probably unrealistic. More>>

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Herschel Walker visits McMinn Co. and talks about NFL comeback Video included

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It was early September 1980, Georgia Head Coach Vince Dooley told the new freshman in town Herschel Walker he could travel with the team to Knoxville for the season opener, but he wasn't going to play. More>>

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Ninth-grader gets offer from UGA

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Georgia already has five commitments for the 2014 class. A commitment by the ninth-grader would give the Bulldogs one for 2016. More>>

SEC warns of counterfeit SEC Championship tickets

The SEC and the Georgia Dome will be offering a "Ticket Validation Window" at the main box office of the Georgia Dome beginning at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, December 1.
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No. 13 Georgia aims for rebound at Kentucky

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Georgia is looking to get back to its winning ways after a week off when the No. 13 Bulldogs meet Kentucky Saturday night. More>>

Georgia's Murray named SEC Offensive Player of the Week

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He finished with a career-high 427 yards passing, which is fourth best in school history and the second best in the SEC this year, and four touchdowns in the 29-24 road win over Kentucky.

 
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Richt holding off on Georgia's RB starter

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Georgia coach Mark Richt hasn't announced a starting tailback for Saturday's game at Missouri, even though freshman Todd Gurley rushed for 100 yards on just eight carries in his college debut. More>>

Georgia heading to Missouri on a 'business trip'

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While the seventh-ranked Bulldogs (1-0) recognize the significance of Missouri's first-ever SEC game, all they care about is not starting the SEC schedule with a loss. More>>

Mizzou DT banned from media day after bashing Georgia

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Missouri held talkative defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson out of media day Monday he said Georgia plays "old man football" during his postgame interview on Saturday More>>

Georgia's Gurley shares SEC Freshman of the Week honors

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University of Georgia true freshman tailback Todd Gurley has been named the Southeastern Conference Co-Freshman Player of the Week following his performance versus Buffalo More>>

Richt won't say if Rambo, Ogletree will play

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Mark Richt still isn't saying if linebacker Alec Ogletree and safety Bacarri Rambo will be suspended when No. 6 Georgia opens its season Saturday against Buffalo. More>>

Murray: Big plans for Georgia's no-huddle attack

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Aaron Murray's first season pushing the pace with a no-huddle offense created more than 200 additional opportunities for Georgia's offense than in 2010, and the junior quarterback can't wait to see what a second season in the no-huddle attack can do for the Bulldogs More>>

Schmitt goes back to school after Olympic stardom

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Allison Schmitt was a star at the Olympics. Now, she's just another student at the University of Georgia after returning to campus for classes this week More>>

US regulators accuse ex-UGA coach Donnan of Ponzi scheme

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Former University of Georgia football coach Jim Donnan used his influence to get high-profile college coaches and former players to invest $80 million into a Ponzi scheme, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission said Thursday. More>>

Richt not impressed by Georgia's scrimmage

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Georgia coach Mark Richt was upset with his team's execution in its second scrimmage of the preseason. More>>

UGA walk-on Rhett McGown receives full scholarship

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The former Calhoun standout and rising junior wideout was part of a group of seven UGA walk-ons who received scholarships from head coach Mark Richt on Sunday. More>>

Freshmen earning key roles on offense for Georgia

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At least three freshmen are on track to earning key roles in Georgia's offense with John Theus as the current starting right tackle, and Keith Marshall and Todd Gurley possibly playing lead roles in a tailback committee. More>>

Bulldogs back to work after first scrimmage

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Mark Richt praised defensive back Branden Smith, who had another standout session Thursday despite playing in a green "no-contact" jersey for a shoulder contusion. More>>

Brown, Gurley stand out in Georgia's first fall scrimmage

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The Bulldogs first units scrimmaged the second teams in a closed workout at Sanford Stadium. Head coach Mark Richt later shared his thoughts and released final stats to the media. More>>

Bulldogs focus on special teams in first two-a-days

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The sixth-ranked Georgia football team conducted its first of two two-a-days slated for the 2012 preseason camp with a pair of 90-minute sessions on Tuesday. More>>

Former UGA diver Colwill disappoints in second Olympics

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Former Georgia diver Chris Colwill finished a disappointing 18th in the men's 3-meter springboard diving competition at the 2012 London Olympics on Tuesday. More>>

Richt likes intensity as Bulldogs practice in full pads

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The University of Georgia football team put on full pads for the first time this fall in its fifth practice of preseason camp Monday morning. More>>

UGA's Schmitt finally captures elusive gold medal

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The 22-year-old became the first University of Georgia swimmer to win an individual gold medal when she blew away the field in the women's 200-meter freestyle final Tuesday in London. More>>

UGA swimmer eyes gold after training with Phelps

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Allison Schmitt had been training with Michael Phelps during the summer for the previous four years, but became his full-time training partner last year when she decided to redshirt her senior season at the University of Georgia to focus on the Olympics. More>>

Jarvis Jones ready to lead after Georgia's rocky offseason

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Georgia linebacker Jarvis Jones passed on being a first-round NFL draft pick to honor his commitment to head coach Mark Richt More>>

Georgia seniors have 'unfinished business' in SEC

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Georgia hopes to overcome several offseason obstacles to take the SEC's Eastern Division back to the top of the league after last year's title game letdown More>>

Georgia swimming well-represented at London Olympics

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Georgia swim coach Jack Bauerle served as the head coach for Team USA in 2008, but this year will watch as a fan as 12 current or former Bulldogs swim for seven different countries (including five for Team USA) in this year's Summer Olympics More>>

SEC reveals TV schedules for first three weeks of 2012 season

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Tennessee's rivalry game against Florida on September 15 will not be televised by CBS for the first time since the network signed a contract with the conference More>>

LSU, Bama lead All-SEC preseason coaches rosters

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Defending national champion Alabama and defending Southeastern Conference champion LSU each have 11 players on the 2012 Southeastern Conference pre-season Coaches All-SEC rosters, which where released by the league Thursday. More>>

UGA's Jones, Jenkins on Bednarik watch list

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Junior outside linebacker Jarvis Jones and senior nose tackle John Jenkins are two of 65 players chosen to vie for the prestigious trophy, which goes out annually to the nation's top defensive player. More>>

UT's Bray and Rogers join UGA's Murray on Maxwell watch list

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Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray and receiver Da'Rick Rogers joined Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray in being named to the watch list for the 77th annual Maxwell Award. More>>

Ex-Bulldog Crowell enrolled at Alabama State

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Former Georgia running back Isaiah Crowell has enrolled at Alabama State and is expected to play for the Hornets this season. More>>

UPDATED: UGA's Crowell dismissed following arrest

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Georgia's rising sophomore tailback Isaiah Crowell was arrested early Friday morning in Athens and is facing three weapons charges, two of them felonies. More>>

Georgia's Schmitt adds to her London Olympic schedule

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University of Georgia rising senior Allison Schmitt added another race to her growing Olympic schedule by winning the 200-meter freestyle at the U.S. swimming trials Thursday night. More>>

Former UGA star Isner named to U.S. Olympic Tennis Team

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Former University of Georgia men's tennis player and four-time All-America John Isner has been named to the U.S. Olympic tennis team for singles and doubles, it was announced Tuesday. More>>

UGA and Bama win, Lady Vols upset in NCAA softball openers

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Georgia and Alabama softball claim wins in the opening game of their NCAA Regionals, but Tennessee was upset by Miami (Ohio) in a 1-0 loss More>>

Draft wait finally ends for Alabama's Upshaw, Georgia's Glenn

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Alabama defensive end Courtney Upshaw (Ravens) and Georgia offensive tackle Cordy Glenn (Bills) were both selected early in the second round of the NFL Draft after going undrafted in Thursday's first round More>>

Georgia's defense may have edge in G-Day game

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Georgia's offense, led by quarterback Aaron Murray, has been overmatched at times this spring when lining up against a defense that returns nine starters. More>>

Georgia, Lady Vols split dramatic softball doubleheader

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Krysten Sandberg broke up a no-hitter with a solo homer with two outs in the seventh and the tenth-ranked Lady Bulldogs rallied to beat ninth-ranked Tennessee 3-1 in eleven innings in the opener of an SEC doubleheader on Wednesday afternoon. More>>

Report: Georgia's Ogletree, Rambo suspended for 2 games

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DawgPost.com, which is a Scout.com site, reported Wednesday night both rising senior safety Bacarri Rambo and rising junior linebacker Alec Ogletree have been suspended for at least two games -- and up to as many as four -- for an unspecified violation of team rules. More>>

Mitchell hopes to help Georgia on offense, defense

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Malcolm Mitchell doesn't lack confidence that he can star at both receiver and cornerback for Georgia. Two days into spring practice, Mitchell says he's getting more comfortable in his temporary switch to cornerback. More>>

Georgia TB Carlton Thomas to transfer

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Bulldogs coach Mark Richt announced Tuesday that Thomas has decided to switch schools for his senior season. Richt said he and Thomas discussed the decision and that he wishes him the best. More>>

UGA women get No. 4 seed, MTSU faces Vandy in first round

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Georgia (22-8) received a No. 4 seed in the NCAA Women's Tournament on Monday night despite losing in the quarterfinals of the Southeastern Conference tournament. More>>

Georgia's Richt, Grantham get new deals

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Georgia coach Mark Richt has agreed to a new five-year contract that will carry him through the 2016 season; defensive coordinator Todd Grantham also gets an extension More>>

Another UGA arrest overshadows Richt's new contract

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During a news conference to preview spring practice, the first question was about the latest of three 2011 Georgia starters who have been arrested -- cornerback Branden Smith on a misdemeanor marijuana possession charge in Abbeville, Ala. More>>

Vandy runs away from Georgia in SEC quarterfinal win

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John Jenkins scored 15 points and Vanderbilt overcame a shaky first-half for a comfortable 63-41 victory over Georgia on Friday night in the second round of the Southeastern Conference tournament. More>>

Former Georgia tight end Charles charged with DUI

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Athens-Clarke County police spokeswoman Hilda Sorrow says Charles was arrested at 3 a.m. Friday after he was stopped while driving in Athens. More>>

Former UGA star Brown finding his stride as Mocs' assistant

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Former University of Georgia running back Thomas Brown is settling into his new role as running backs coach for the Chattanooga Mocs More>>

Georgia tops South Carolina in regular season finale

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Gerald Robinson scored 23 points to lead Georgia to a 67-55 win over South Carolina Saturday in the regular season finale for both teams. More>>

No. 1 Kentucky rolls over Georgia, 79-49

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Darius Miller hit five 3-pointers and finished with 17 points, and No. 1 Kentucky beat Georgia 79-49 on Thursday night to extend the nation's longest home winning streak to 52 games and push its overall run to 21 in a row. More>>

No. 18 Georgia women pull away from Ole Miss 87-52

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Meredith Mitchell scored 20 points and 18th-ranked Georgia pulled away in the second half for an 87-52 Southeastern Conference victory over Mississippi on Thursday night. More>>

Georgia falls at LSU for third straight loss

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Andre Stringer scored 18 points to lead LSU to a 61-53 victory against Georgia in a Southeastern Conference game on Wednesday night. More>>

Armstrong's free throws lift Lady Dawgs past South Carolina

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Anne Marie Armstrong sank two foul shots with 5 seconds left, lifting No. 18 Georgia to a 61-59 win over No. 25 South Carolina Thursday night. More>>

South Carolina takes down Georgia 57-56

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Malik Cooke had 13 points including the go-ahead basket with 19 seconds left and Damontre Harris blocked a layup attempt by Georgia's Gerald Robinson Jr. to save South Carolina's 57-56 victory Wednesday night. More>>

Georgia cornerback suspended 2 games after arrest

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Georgia cornerback Sanders Commings has received a two-game suspension following his arrest on a domestic violence charge. More>>

Former UGA RB Thomas Brown joins Mocs' coaching staff

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Chattanooga head coach Russ Huesman has hired former Georgia running back Thomas Brown as the Mocs' new running backs coach and Itawamba Community College assistant Alex Atkins as the Mocs' new offensive line coach More>>

Georgia's Robinson named SEC Player of the Week

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Senior guard Gerald Robinson, Jr. earned the league honor after playing key roles in Georgia's back-to-back wins over Arkansas and No. 18 Mississippi State More>>

Robinson has 27, Georgia beats Arkansas 81-59

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Gerald Robinson scored a career-high 27 points and Georgia ended a four-game losing streak by beating Arkansas 81-59 on Wednesday night to keep the Razorbacks winless on the road. More>>

Richt dismisses 3 Georgia football players

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Sanford Seay of Leesburg, Nick Marshall of Rochelle, and Chris Sanders of Tucker were dismissed Friday morning after meeting with head coach Mark Richt. More>>

No. 21 Georgia women beat Mississippi State

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Khaalidah Miller shook off a two-game shooting slump as she and teammate Jasmine Hassell scored 16 points each and No. 21 Georgia defeated Mississippi State 70-60 in a Southeastern Conference game Thursday night. More>>

Georgia finally gets its guy, LB Josh Harvey-Clemens

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Georgia has finally locked up its top prospect from signing day, linebacker Josh Harvey-Clemons, who faxed in his national letter of intent Thursday morning More>>

Ward, free throws help Auburn defeat Georgia 59-51

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Varez Ward scored 17 points and led a productive night at the free-throw line for Auburn in a 59-51 win over Georgia on Wednesday night. More>>

Georgia expecting signing day drama

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Rodney Garner, Georgia's recruiting coordinator, expects to have a busy Wednesday. The Bulldogs are in the mix for several players who have waited until signing day to announce their plans. More>>

Foggie leads Vandy women past No. 17 Georgia, 68-48

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Christina Foggie's career-high 34 points and seven 3-pointers helped Vanderbilt top 17th-ranked Georgia 68-48 on Thursday night. More>>

No. 1 Kentucky cruises to 57-44 win over Georgia

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Darius Miller came off the bench to score 19 points and Kentucky cruised in its first game since returning to No. 1 in the rankings, beating Georgia 57-44 on Tuesday night. More>>

Georgia cornerback Commings arrested in Athens

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UGA Police Chief Jimmy Williamson says the 21-year-old senior cornerback was arrested early Saturday after he struck his girlfriend in the face on a street corner in downtown Athens. More>>

No. 6 Kentucky holds off Georgia women, 69-64

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Kentucky took the lead with a 9-0 run in the second half and the No. 6 Wildcats wore down short-handed Georgia and beat the No. 15 Lady Bulldogs 69-64 on Thursday night. More>>

Georgia's Boykin wins Paul Hornung Award

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Georgia senior cornerback/return specialist Brandon Boykin has been named the 2011 Paul Hornung Award winner as the nation's most versatile player, according to an announcement by the Louisville Sports Commission and Paul Hornung on Monday morning. More>>

MSU tops Georgia in 3 OT's at Outback Bowl

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Kirk Cousins threw for 300 yards and one touchdown and Dan Conroy kicked a 28-yard field goal in the third overtime, giving No. 12 Michigan State a 33-30 victory over No. 18 Georgia in the Outback Bowl on Monday. More>>

Michigan State, Georgia aim for strong finish in Outback Bowl

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Michigan State looks to snap a 5-game bowl losing streak, while Georgia aims to erase last year's bowl loss in the Outback Bowl on Monday afternoon More>>

No. 17 Georgia women beat Arkansas 67-57

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Center Jasmine Hassell had 19 points and No. 17 Georgia made 10 3-pointers in a 67-57 victory over Arkansas on Sunday in the Southeastern Conference opener for both teams. More>>

Georgia holds off Deleware State for 5th straight win

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Gerald Robinson scored six of his eight points in the final two minutes, helping Georgia defeat Delaware State 58-51 Friday. More>>

Ga. Tech looks to snap bowl skid in Sun Bowl

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Trying to avoid a seventh consecutive postseason loss, Georgia Tech faces Utah in the Sun Bowl on Saturday in El Paso, Texas. More>>

No. 17 Georgia women rout Furman

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Anne Marie Armstrong scored 19 points and led short-handed No. 17 Georgia to an 83-58 win over Furman on Wednesday night. More>>

UGA drops Bama, gets Mizzou in new SEC schedule

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The University of Georgia is one school that appears to catch a break in the new 2012 football schedule released by the Southeastern Conference on Wednesday. More>>

Georgia defense shuts down Furman, 64-50

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Kentavious Caldwell-Pope scored 17 points to lead Georgia over Furman 64-50 Friday night. More>>

Robinson leads Georgia past Mercer, 72-58

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Georgia broke open a close game with a strong start to the second half and Gerald Robinson had 10 of his 20 points in the final 6 minutes as the Bulldogs beat Mercer 72-58 on Tuesday night. More>>

Report: Richt helps staff, breaks NCAA rules

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The Atlanta Journal-Constitution was first to report Richt violated NCAA rules when he paid a total of $25,000 out of his own pocket to staff members over a three-year period because he felt they were under compensated. More>>

Spartans can earn respect with win over Georgia

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A win over a Southeastern Conference team would certainly turn heads, especially after Michigan State lost 49-7 to Alabama in last season's Capital One Bowl. More>>

Trio of Bulldogs, 6 Tide players on AP All-America teams

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A total of nineteen Southeastern Conference players, including three from the University of Geoergia, were selected to The Associated Press All-America team released Wednesday. More>>

Dalton's Dantzler enjoys remarkable ride with Bulldogs

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Dalton High graduate Watts Dantzler got to play in three games this season as a true freshman at the University of Georgia while spending most of the year listed as the backup right tackle More>>

Georgia Tech snaps 35-year drought in Athens

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Georgia Tech took control with a dominant start to the second half and beat Georgia 68-56 on Wednesday night for the Yellow Jackets' first win in 35 years on the campus of their state rival. More>>

Nation's top running back commits to Georgia

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North Carolina prep standout Keith Marshall, who is ranked by most recruiting services as the top running back in the country, gave his verbal commitment to UGA. He chose the Bulldogs over Clemson, Florida and South Carolina. More>>

Dogs' Richt expects 'competitive situation' at TB

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Mark Richt says he is expecting "a competitive situation" at tailback as No. 18 Georgia has almost a month to prepare for its Outback Bowl game against Michigan State. More>>

SEC championship: 2 teams with nothing to lose?

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In all likelihood, the Tigers have already put together a resume that's impressive enough to get them to New Orleans for the BCS title game - even if the 12th-ranked Bulldogs pull off a huge upset Saturday. More>>

Kilpatrick leads Cincinnati past Georgia 57-51

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Sean Kilpatrick scored 22 points, Dion Dixon added 19 and Cincinnati held off Georgia 57-51 in the Big East-SEC Challenge on Friday night. More>>

Richt, Georgia get shot at redemption in return to Georgia Dome

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Two months removed from the hot seat, head coach Mark Richt and his Bulldogs are riding a ten-game winning streak right into the program's fourth SEC Championship Game appearance. More>>

No. 1 LSU remains motivated vs No. 12 Georgia

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While top-ranked Louisiana State may not need to win the SEC to reach the national championship football game, the Tigers remain motivated heading into their matchup on Saturday against No. 12 Georgia. More>>

Dogs expect to have Crowell against LSU

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Georgia hopes to have freshman starting tailback Isaiah Crowell back this week. Crowell missed the 31-17 win over Georgia Tech with a left ankle injury. More>>

Roberson leads Colorado to 70-68 win over Georgia

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Andre Roberson had 15 points and 15 rebounds, Spencer Dinwiddie scored 16 points and Colorado beat Georgia 70-68 on Monday night. More>>

Balanced No. 12 Xavier beats Georgia 70-56

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Tu Holloway scored 12 points despite a sore finger on his right hand Friday night, and the Musketeers turned to their balance and their youngsters for a 70-56 victory over poor-shooting Georgia. More>>

Dawgs' Grantham, Tech's Groh building 3-4 defenses

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As No. 13 Georgia prepares to visit No. 25 Georgia Tech on Saturday, defensive coordinator Todd Grantham's Bulldogs boast one of the nation's top-rated defenses. More>>

2 different QBs, 2 very effective styles in UGA-GT rivalry

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Georgia's Aaaron Murray has thrown more touchdown passes in a season than any quarterback in school history, while Ga. Tech's Tevin Washington is putting up some huge numbers running the ball out of Georgia Tech's triple-option offense. More>>

Caldwell-Pope leads Georgia past Notre Dame 61-57

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Kentavious Caldwell-Pope scored a career-high 16 points, including the go-ahead 3-pointer late in the game, helping Georgia to a 61-57 victory over Notre Dame on Tuesday night in the third-place game of the CBE Classic. More>>

Kamp leads No. 20 Cal to 70-46 rout of Georgia

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Harper Kamp was perfect from the field and finished with 16 points, Jorge Gutierrez added 14 and No. 20 California cruised into the CBE Classic championship game with a 70-46 rout of overmatched Georgia on Monday night. More>>

Georgia mourns the voice of the Dogs, Larry Munson

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Georgia is pausing to remember the longtime voice of the Bulldogs, Larry Munson, while preparing for its traditional season finale against Georgia Tech. More>>

Georgia pulls away to beat South Dakota St. 72-61

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Donte' Williams scored 17 points to lead Georgia to a 72-61 lead over South Dakota State on Wednesday night. More>>

Georgia's Richt trying to 'finish the drill'

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Richt said Tuesday he told his players after a Sept. 10 loss to South Carolina he was more convinced than ever they could be a special team, even when the 0-2 start left little reason for optimism. More>>

Georgia defeats Wofford 62-49 in tough opener

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Kentavious Caldwell-Pope scored 15 points, Dustin Ware added 14 and Georgia held off Wofford for a 62-49 victory in the season opener for both teams on Friday night. More>>

Auburn hopes healthy Blake, Reed can aid passing game

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An open date helped top wide receivers Emory Blake and Trovon Reed recover from injuries that had sidelined them for a combined seven games. More>>

Richt keeps the faith, helps Bulldogs bounce back

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Mark Richt's message of unity and trust may have saved not only the season for Georgia football, but perhaps Richt's job in Athens More>>

Georgia freshman back in lineup after suspension

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Freshman Isaiah Crowell will be back in the starting backfield for No. 14 Georgia's crucial game Saturday against 24th-ranked Auburn. More>>

Georgia taking advantage of depth at receiver

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Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray has turned to a variety of receivers after losing Malcolm Mitchell, this year's top target who will miss his third straight game this week with a hamstring injury. More>>

AP sources: Georgia running backs failed drug test

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Two people familiar with the results say Isaiah Crowell and two other Georgia tailbacks were suspended for Saturday's game against New Mexico State after failing drug tests administered last week. More>>

Georgia suspends 3 running backs, loses Samuel to injury

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Georgia will be without its top four tailbacks when it hosts New Mexico State this Saturday More>>

Georgia LB Jones gets it done with determination

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Jones was named the SEC's defensive player of the week Monday after recording four sacks and forcing a fumble in 18th-ranked Georgia's 24-20 victory over Florida Saturday More>>

Can No. 22 Georgia flip series script on Florida?

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No. 22 Georgia has lost 18 of the last 21 against Florida, a lopsided stretch that baffles players, frustrates fans and sparks constant debate about one of the Southeastern Conference's most revered rivalries. More>>

Fox still working to make Georgia hoops relevant

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Last season, Fox's second in Athens, the Bulldogs took some important steps, earning their first NCAA tournament appearance in nine years and first Top 25 ranking since 2003. More>>

Muschamp on new side in Florida-Georgia rivalry

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Florida head coach Will Muschamp played four years at Georgia in the 1990s - and has some highlights to show for it - but insists any stories about him coaching against the Bulldogs would be "wasted ink." More>>

Murray looking to avoid turnovers against Gators

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Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray, a third-year sophomore, says he can't repeat his freshman mistakes during his second appearance in the rivalry game. He said he'll have better control of his emotions this time. More>>

Ogletree 'hyped up' to return for Georgia

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Ogletree is returning this week after breaking his right foot in the Bulldogs' opening loss to Boise State on Sept. 3. Vasser says Ogletree "was all hyped up" and "jumping around" in Monday's practice. More>>

Brantley expected to play against Georgia

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Florida quarterback John Brantley is returning to practice and is expected to play against No. 22 Georgia on Saturday. More>>

SEC suspends 2 Georgia players, 1 Vandy player

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The SEC suspended two Georgia players and one Vanderbilt player for the first halves of their next games as punishment for incidents in the Bulldogs' 33-28 win on Saturday, but coaches escape punishment after post-game exchange More>>

UGA's Gilliard, Walsh earn SEC weekly honors

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Georgia junior inside linebacker Mike Gilliard and senior place-kicker Blair Walsh have been awarded weekly honors following their performances during the 20-12 victory at Tennessee. More>>

Franklin opening up Vandy QB competition ahead of UGA game

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Vanderbilt coach James Franklin will be looking at Larry Smith and Jordan Rodgers before deciding which quarterback starts Saturday night against Georgia. More>>

Tennessee, Georgia both looking for benchmark wins

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Both the Vols and Bulldogs are looking to add a marquee SEC win to their early season schedule More>>

Murray shrugs off stats as long as Bulldogs win

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As long as his team keeps winning, Murray will be content putting up numbers that are similar to last year, even if that leads some to question whether his progress has stalled as a sophomore. More>>

Dooley: Crowell is Georgia's missing piece

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UGA freshman phenom Isaiah Crowell enters this week's game at Tennessee ranked fourth in the SEC in rushing with more than 500 yards in his first five career games. More>>

Dawgs savoring 3-way tie for 1st in SEC East

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ATHENS, Ga. (AP) - The chatter started not long after South Carolina was upset at home by Auburn. It picked up steam when Florida was blown out by Alabama. Texts, tweets, phone calls - all carrying the More>>

UGA's Washington suspended 2 games for DUI charge

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University of Georgia starting linebacker Cornelius Washington will miss Saturday's game at Tennessee and next week's game at Vandy after being arrested and charged with DUI More>>

Georgia starts fast, tops Mississippi State, 24-10

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Aaron Murray threw two touchdown passes in the first quarter, Isaiah Crowell ran for 104 yards and Georgia took advantage of a strong start to beat Mississippi State 24-10 on Saturday. More>>

Owens, Malcome plan to transfer from Georgia

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ATHENS, Ga. (AP) - Georgia coach Mark Richt says cornerback Derek Owens and running back Ken Malcome have left the team and plan to transfer. Owens, a sophomore, had two tackles in three games this season. More>>

Georgia's defense bolstered by 2 straight wins

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Georgia's defense has allowed only one touchdown in two straight wins, giving Mark Richt confidence the unit is better prepared than last year to face a physical Mississippi State attack. More>>

Georgia's Williams ready at safety or linebacker

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Georgia's Shaun Williams made a surprise move from strong safety to inside linebacker last week, but coach Mark Richt says the move is not permanent More>>

Georgia entering stretch of 5 straight SEC games

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Georgia plays at Mississippi on Saturday to begin a stretch of five straight Southeastern Conference games. Four of the five will be played away from Athens. More>>

UGA Notes: Caldwell-Pope cleared, Hamilton to transfer

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Georgia freshman basketball player Kentavious Caldwell-Pope has been cleared by the NCAA compliance office for the 2011-12 season; junior safety Jakar Hamilton leaves football team More>>

Vols, Dawgs Oct. 1 game times set

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The SEC announces start times for games on October 1, including Tennessee's game with Buffalo and Georgia's home date with Mississippi State More>>

Legendary Georgia radio announcer recovering

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Georgia spokesman Claude Felton says Friday that Larry Munson was in stable condition while recovering from a respiratory infection More>>

UGA's Dooley, Adams show support for Richt

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Rumors of Mark Richt's demise are greatly premature, at least in the eyes of former Georgia coach and athletic director Vince Dooley and school president Michael Adams More>>

Coastal Carolina coach goes viral ahead of game at UGA

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Coastal Carolina head coach David Bennett is drumming up some celebrity this week heading into a matchup with Georgia after an epic press conference rant went viral. More>>

Harris English turns pro, joins Nationwide Tour

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The former Baylor School golfer announced his intentions to turn pro as a member of the Nationwide Tour Tuesday at Black Creek Club, his former home course with the Red Raiders. More>>

Crowell to start against Coastal Carolina

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Georgia coach Mark Richt says it is time to confirm the obvious: Isaiah Crowell is the team's No. 1 tailback. More>>

Bray, Barron and Crowell claim SEC weekly honors

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Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray, Alabama safety Mark Barron and Georgia running back Isaiah Crowell were among the players receiving weekly honors from the SEC Monday More>>

South Carolina WR Byrd suspended 4 games

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South Carolina freshman receiver Damiere Byrd has been suspended four games by the NCAA for his involvement with a mentoring organization. More>>

Dogs' defense bracing for Carolina's Lattimore

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Slowing down South Carolina's Marcus Lattimore may be difficult for Georgia with a freshman or a walk-on possibly starting at linebacker in place of the injured Alec Ogletree More>>

Opening loss turns up pressure on Georgia's Richt

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Mark Richt and his Georgia players are feeling the heat after only one loss, raising the stakes heading into this week's Southeastern Conference game against No. 12 South Carolina. More>>

LSU up to No. 2, Auburn and Georgia drop from AP rankings

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No. 1 Oklahoma held on to the top spot in the first regular-season rankings, while the Tigers used their 40-27 victory against Oregon to jump rival Alabama, which slipped to No. 3. More>>

Spurrier wants to see improved passing game vs. Georgia

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Spurrier was glad to see Stephen Garcia freshly shaven and hair cut before the 12th-ranked Gamecocks defeated East Carolina 56-37 Saturday, but shook his head over lack of production. More>>

Boise State holds 3 players out of opener vs. UGA

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Boise State coaches say three foreign-born players are being held out of the season opener against Georgia because the players are undergoing a review of their eligibility by the NCAA. More>>

Next Herschel? Georgia giddy over freshman Crowell

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Crowell might start his first college game for the 19th-ranked Bulldogs. He'll surely get plenty of carries Saturday night in a crucial opener against No. 5 Boise State. And, say this, he's certainly not lacking for confidence. More>>

Georgia trying to regain swagger against Boise State

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Mark Richt knows the best way to forget about Georgia's first losing season of his tenure is by getting a season-opening statement win against a top-five team like Boise State. More>>

Murray vs. Moore headlines Boise-Georgia showdown

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Aaron Murray's resume is still very much a work in progress, but he'll get a chance to see how he stacks up Saturday night against Kellen Moore and fifth-ranked Boise State More>>

English, Jaeger both fall at US Amateur

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Mocs' golfer Stephan Jaeger falls on the final hole, while Georgia's Harris English is ousted 4 and 3 in the match play round of 32 at the US Amateur More>>

Richt: Scrimmage shows UGA not yet ready for opener

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Brandon Boykin had two long interception returns and Tavarres King caught a winning touchdown pass Wednesday in No. 19 Georgia's scrimmage against win a Bulldogs scout team running Boise State's playbook. More>>

Mocs' Jaeger, Georgia's English in USGA match play

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UTC's Stephan Jaeger weathered an overnight delay to survive a 20-man playoff and advance through stroke play, joining fellow former Baylor School star Harris English in match play More>>

Georgia's Crowell recovering from groin injury

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Georgia freshman tailback Isaiah Crowell participated in Friday's practice even though he still wore the green jersey reserved for injured players while he continues to recover from a strained groin. More>>

Georgia's Charles cleared in Miami investigation

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Georgia says tight end Orson Charles has been cleared by the NCAA after being linked to a former Miami booster who told Yahoo! Sports he provided impermissible benefits to dozens of Hurricane football players and other athletes. More>>

James' 3-point play pushes Georgia women into Sweet 16

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Jasmine James scored on a putback with 2.1 seconds left, then made the subsequent free throw to lift Georgia to a 61-59 victory over Florida State on Tuesday night in the second round of the NCAA tournament. More>>

Dawgs blow out South Carolina, 64-48

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Trey Thompkins scored 20 points, Travis Leslie added 15 and Georgia cruised to a win it had to have, blowing out South Carolina 64-48 Saturday night. More>>

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