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After visiting several schools unofficially, running back A.J. Turman gave his verbal pledge to the Georgia Bulldogs. It was a family decision for the 6-foot, 200-pound standout from Boone (Orlando, FL). Both parents were very much involved in his decision and were thrilled with his choice. The Turmans talk about joining the UGA family right here.
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It’s no secret the Georgia Bulldogs want Alvin Kamara—at least it’s not to any fan whose been following Bulldog recruiting with more than a passing interest— he’s been a longtime staple on the team’s 2013 recruiting wish list. That said, Kamara made it clear from the beginning that he wasn’t in a hurry to make a decision about his collegiate playing future, and his...
Let’s hope that neither big John nor any of his teammates have to worry about their “livelihoods” after this game is in the books. Related articles Hard work, patience paying dividends for GSU’s William Banks One stat — wins — most important for Georgia Southern’s Barker, Williford
ATHENS, Ga. -- Georgia outside linebacker Chase Vasser will have surgery to repair a torn labrum in his left shoulder and miss the remainder of the season. Vasser has 19 tackles, including four for losses, in five games. He was suspended for the first two games. He started in two of his five games but hasn't played in No. 5 Georgia's last three games. Georgia announced...
Josh Harvey-Clemons was recruited to play linebacker at the University of Georgia. However, he’s made it clear that he prefers and wants to play safety—period. “I’m really looking forward to playing safety, really.” There will also be more of a need at safety in 2013, with seniors Shawn Williams and Bacarri Rambo set to leave, and no obvious replacement. The linebacker...
Let me tell you, Keith Marshall is a great kid with a phenomenal attitude—and he’s done a stand-up job for the Georgia Bulldogs this season—but to hear him say he thought the level of competition would be harder made me pause for just a nano second. And while he certainly meant no disrespect by it, you can hardly chastise him for speaking his mind—after all, he and his counterpart...
Georgia head coach Mark Richt reviews the week for the Bulldogs.
Southern Miss heads to Athens, GA tonight to take on the Georgia Bulldogs. One player hungry to get on the court again is high energy guy Michael Craig. The junior took a few minutes to preview the game with GoldenEaglePride.com, and also talks about his role and the start of the season.
It doesn’t seem like Georgia freshman linebacker Matt Stagg landing a DUI is that big of a deal. It happens. Thankfully, he didn’t hurt anyone. The DUI isn’t even why we’re here.
It’s your run-of-the-mill DUI stops from the Athens fuzz.
The officer pulled Matthew Carlton Stagg, 18, over by the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity house and reportedly explained to Stagg why he...
I suspect those pesky Eagles will be looking to neutralize Jarvis Jones immediately, but Jones has been known to find ways to stay in the game—when healthy. Hopefully, the Bulldogs seize control of this one early enough that Jones won’t have to play the hero.
9-year NFL veteran George Foster joins the crew to talk about Kid-N-Play sack celebrations, Georgia Bulldogs football and false Falcons braggadocio. The post Podcast: Enjoying Kid-N-Play Shenanigans As George Foster Joins The Crew appeared first on The Sports Fan Journal.
Capital One Bowl, 1/1/13
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SEC 2nd pick vs Big Ten 2nd pick
Georgia (this could be Florida, but we think the Dawgs will be higher ranked at year’s end and bring in more tourists to Orlando)
Sugar Bowl, 1/2/13
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8:30pm ET on ESPN
SEC 1st pick vs BCS at-large pick
Alabama (we believe the Crimson...
Southern Miss got off to a great start to the 2012-2013 basketball season with a huge win over Western Kentucky to open the year. Now, they head over to their first road test in the Georgia Bulldogs. Eagle freshman Deon Edwin talked with GoldenEaglePride.com about the game and his role early in the season.