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Georgia is widely considered one of the favorites to challenge Alabama's dominance in the Southeastern Conference.
Whether that is realistic could be decided by the end of September.
Georgia was picked to win the Eastern Division in a media poll released Thursday, but the Bulldogs have a brutal early-season schedule, including games against potential top 10 teams Clemson, South Carolina and LSU.
Georgia coach Mark Richt said Thursday his team is ''in a race'' to be in midseason form by the time it travels to play Clemson on Aug. 31.
Georgia is led by senior quarterback Aaron Murray, who is the first in SEC history to have at least 3,000 yards passing in three straight seasons. The Bulldogs return 10 offensive starters and four on defense.
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University of Georgia football has been on quite a run of recruiting successes lately, but this Saturday could prove to be one of the biggest catches of the year for Mark Richt and staff. The Bulldogs' coaching staff will do their best to impress the heck out of five-star
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Georgia Bulldogs quarterback Aaron Murray responded to Jadeveon Clowney's statement that he is scared during his turn at 2013 SEC Media Days.
HOOVER,Ala. -- To the surprise of no one, a poll taken of the assembled press members at SEC Media Days showed Alabama as a runaway favorite to win the SEC West and the SEC Championship game in Atlanta. Slightly more surprising was the preseason prediction that Georgia would repeat as the SEC East champion.
Georgia has plenty of talent. With Aaron Murray, Keith Marshall, Todd Gurley...
When the Georgia Bulldogs snagged JUCO wide receiver Jonathon Rumph for the 2013 class, it was significant because he was perceived to be a needed addition on a team primed to lose two veteran receivers in Marlon Brown and Tavarres…Read more →
HOOVER, Ala. - Georgia head coach Mark Richt meets with members of the media at Media Days.
HOOVER, Ala. - Georgia DL Garrison Smith meets with members of the media at Media Days.
HOOVER, Ala. – Georgia TE Artie Lynch meets with the press at SEC Media Days.
HOOVER, Ala. - Dawg Post's cameras capture the Georgia Bulldogs' entire day in one minute of video.
Georgia's Aaron Murray is certainly one of the best quarterbacks in the SEC, if not in the nation. He's set to break numerous school passing records (that he hasn't already topped) and has led the Bulldogs to two straight SEC Championship games, nearly nipping Alabama last year for a shot a the BCS Championship.
But for all the good things Murray has done, there is one...
HOOVER, Ala. – No, Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray said, he’s not scared of South Carolina stud defensive end Jadeveon Clowney.
HOOVER, Ala. - Georgia QB Aaron Murray meets with members of the media at Media Days.
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Speaking at SEC media day, Jadeveon Clowney said that there are some opposing quarterbacks in the conference who are scared of him.
Jadeveon Clowney probably scares most quarterbacks, even if they wouldn’t want to admit it.
At 6-foot-6, 274 pounds, it’s easy to see why some would be scared of the South Carolina defensive lineman. Not only can he deliver bone-crushing hits, like the one he laid on Michigan’s Vincent Smith in last year’s Outback Bowl, but he can also run pretty fast for his size — 40...
Another day, another response to South Carolina star Jadeveon Clowney’s controversial quote from the SEC Media Days on Monday. In case you’ve forgotten, Clowney said he knows that certain quarterbacks “fear” him – and he cited Clemson’s Tajh Boyd and Georgia’s Aaron Murray.
Well, we saw Boyd’s former teammate DeAndre Hopkins stand up for his former signal-caller yesterday...