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The Lady Sportswriter:
Reuben Foster has long been labeled as a priority prospect for the Georgia Bulldogs, and everyone on the staff—from Richt on down the line—has made it clear that they want him in Athens next season. rHowever, recent statements by the five-star talent are making some question whether that’s a scenario that has any chance of happening. “Right now, I am still committed to Auburn,” Foster said. “If Trooper Taylor stays at Auburn, I am all in. If he goes, I will see where he goes too. I just need to see where he ends up. If he goes to another school, I will go there. Hopefully that school will want me too because I would love to follow him.” Georgia recently had the No. 24 prospect in the country on campus, and although the 6-foot-2, 240-pound linebacker is strongly considering the Bulldogs, he admitted they could face an uphill battle in their pursuit of his commitment. “I would say Georgia’s chances of getting me are somewhat dependent on Trooper Taylor being there too,” Foster said. “H
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As Georgia prepares for the capital one bowl showdown with Nebraska, coach Mark Richt can think back to his childhood as a Nebraska fan.
Richt's parents were born in the same neighborhood in Omaha, Nebraska. They grew up there before dating and eventually getting married. That's where Richt was born and where he was raised, spending his childhood rooting for the Huskers...
Coach: Mark Fox (3 seasons at Georgia 50-46) Overall 173-89, 8 years
2011-12: Record 15-17 overall, 5-11 in SEC ( 10th)
Starters Returning (3) Kentavious Caldwell Pope, Marcus Thornton, Donte Williams
Preseason Tournament: Legends Classic in Brooklyn
Top Non-Conference Games: at South Florida, at Georgia Tech, vs. USC
Transfer Out: None
Transfer In : None
A year after making...
JESUP, Ga. - Krenwick Sanders surprised many last week when he committed to the Georgia Bulldogs. He is a talented junior from a small town in south Georgia and commitment means something to him.
The 2012 SEC Championship game ended in a heartbreaker for the Georgia Bulldogs. Georgia played like it was the last game on Earth. Fans and the media question why the Bulldogs didn't spike the football at the end of the game. I look at this game as a success for Georgia- they gave Bama all they had.I've criticized Aaron Murray and Mark Richt all season. They proved me wrong...
The Georgia Bulldogs continued to struggle mightily on this basketball season, dropping last night's game 62-54 to Georgia Tech. It was more of the same, no continuity on offense, defensive lapses, and being out of timeouts with at least two minutes remaining in a game.(ok that one is just more of a pet peeve I have) Again, the leading scorer for the Dawgs was Kentavious Caldwell...
ORLANDO - Mark Richt met with the media about the Bulldogs' trip to the Capital One Bowl.