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Scout saw five future Georgia Bulldogs play live over the weekend and we grade their performances here.
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Despite the fact that most coaches will say they take it ‘one game at a time’, we all know that Richt & Company are likely already looking towards Columbia and Mizzou. That game may not have the buzz that Boise State did last season, but it does have plenty of excitement building around it and I, for one, will be happy to see the Dawgs play a relatively easy opponent in game...
…If so, the University of Georgia has released a 60-minute video which not only chronicles what the team was feeling after a heartbreaking loss to Michigan State in the Outback Bowl at the end of last season, but also follows the mood coming into spring and summer and offers how the players and coaches feel about the upcoming season. No Regrets: The 2012 Georgia Bulldogs
Georgia QB Aaron Murray is one top quarterbacks in the country heading into 2012. Mike Zarrilli/Getty Images North America
The 2012 college football season is almost here and that means the Bulls Football Report is finally underway here at QCS.
The Bulls Football Report will go over everything you need to know regarding UB football. We’ll have game previews, scouting reports and...
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.
When asked Tuesday what he expected Saturday from the two defensive leaders, Richt smiled and said ''Time will tell.''
Rambo led the Southeastern Conference with eight interceptions last season. His...
Love this video, I have to say. Commit to the ‘G’
As he does every year since he was 17, Georgia’s head football coach, Mark Richt, kicks off the season with a back flip into the pool. The second video gives you the back story. This caught on about 2 years ago when there was finally video of Mark doing this ritual with all of his [...]
ATHENS - Mark Richt and a delegation of players met with the media Tuesday during the Bulldogs’ weekly press luncheon. They offered the following comments: