Posted October 10, 2012 on
Georgia coach Mark Richt talked about his team and the bye week Wednesday with reporters.
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ATLANTA -- Mark Richt insists his confidence in his Georgia players and assistants remains firm after a lopsided loss to South Carolina left the Bulldogs in a hole in the SEC East.Georgia has an open week before it plays at Kentucky on Oct. 20. The No. 14 Bulldogs (5-1, 3-1 Southeastern Conference) trail two undefeated teams, No. 3 South Carolina and No. 4 Florida, in the Eastern...
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Tweet � � The Georgia Bulldogs suffered a disappointing 35-7 loss to the South Carolina Gamecocks last weekend, dropping them from 5th to 14th in the Associated Press rankings. More than a few fingers were pointed in the direction of junior quarterback Aaron Murray, who completed just 11 of 31 passes for a season-low 109 [...]
ATHENS - Mark Richt spoke with reporters on Sunday after Georgia's loss to South Carolina.
Given the current state of the football program, and by “state” I mean they really seem to be going through a series of unfortunate gut checks in Butts-Mehre right now, it doesn’t surprise me that some of the guys on the roster are already thinking about the next chapter in their football lives—count linebacker Alec Ogletree among them. “I’m going to talk to my family...
Now that half the free world has either run or written a story about the vandalizing of Aaron Murray’s home in Athens, the local police of Athens-Clarke County have announced they will step up patrols around the residences of player homes when they are out of town on game day. Another Georgia player who lives at the house, senior fullback Dustin Royston, filed a formal report...
ATHENS - Mark Richt insists his confidence in his Georgia players and assistants remains firm after a lopsided loss to South Carolina left the Bulldogs in a hole in the SEC East.