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Mark Richt going off the deep end.
One of Georgia's cherished traditions may be in danger of coming to an end. Bulldog head football coach Mark Richt says that the hip replacement surgery he underwent in February may cause him to skip out on his annual high dive backflip at the team's pool party.
"I'm trying to get my nerve up," according to Richt. "But I don't know how wise it would be to
do that right now. I thought by now I'd be a little farther along as
far as the confidence level to do something like that, but if you land
wrong at all, and your legs spread a little bit in the process, it could
be bad. Right now if you ask me, I'd predict that I won't do it. Maybe
I'll go off the 3-meter, but the 10-meter, I'm not sure I'm ready for
Richt claimed last year that his need for hip replacement surgery was due to an unfortunate accident involving a swing-set swing when he was trying to im...
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Georgia received an important boost for 2013 on Thursday when offensive lineman Kolton Houston finally won his long battle for eligibility.
Houston was granted reinstatement by the NCAA following three years under suspension for an anabolic steroid he was given for shoulder surgery.
Houston was declared ineligible in January of 2010, his first semester at Georgia, following routine...
The University of Georgia Athletic Department sent out a long-awaited press released today regarding the reinstatement of offensive lineman, Kolton Houston. According to the release, Houston is now eligible to play after being declared ineligible due to drug screening issues for the last three years.
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Charges dropped against Morrison.
The Florida state attorney's office has dropped charges against Gator linebacker Antonio Morrison involving the "barking at a police dog" fiasco. (The Gainesville Sun)
Antonio Morrison's suspension should not be lifted. Because Andy Hutchins says...
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