Found October 25, 2011 on Fox Sports:
It was easy to spot Alec Ogletree in Georgia's first practice of the week. Just look for the most hyper inside linebacker. Linebacker Chase Vasser, who calls Ogletree ''a freak of nature,'' said Tuesday the sophomore's enthusiasm was obvious in No. 22 Georgia's workout for Saturday's game against Florida. Ogletree is returning this week after breaking his right foot in the Bulldogs' opening loss to Boise State on Sept. 3. Vasser says Ogletree ''was all hyped up'' and ''jumping around'' in Monday's practice. A smiling Ogletree says he just had the freshest legs. Ogletree, who was expected to be a key to the middle of the defense, says he may need a few plays against Florida before he feels comfortable making his much-anticipated return for the Bulldogs.

Just UGA QB Aaron Murray Wearing FSU Shirt, Holding Natty Light

We’ve been keeping an eye on Georgia QB Aaron Murray’s Twitter page for about eight months know thanks to a back-and-forth he was having with a UGA coed with dreams of becoming a sideline reporter. We’re pretty sure he was drilling for oil. Anyway, someone in Tallahassee had their camera out for this shot of Murray in his FSU shirt and holding a Natty with a former Georgia...

Mark Richt: The Florida Game is "A Big Deal...A Big Game"

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Tony Barnhart, seat thermometer

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Quick Look: Florida Gators vs. Georgia Bulldogs

Without the benefit of research or any real thought comes the quick look. This time around we look at an event formerly known as the World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party. If you want to be official, it’s the Florida vs. Georgia Football Classic, but few call it that (I have a t-shirt that ignores that name entirely). They know what it really is and what it was intended to be...

Oct 26, Georgia vs Florida 2011 Preview

The Georgia Bulldogs will be facing the Florida Gators this Saturday on nationally televised game. Georgia is on a 5 game winning streak and hoping to

"Freak of Nature" Ready to Return

ATHENS – It was easy to spot Alec Ogletree in Georgia's first practice of the week.

Georgia’s leading WR doubtful against Florida

Georgia could very well be playing against rival Florida this week without their leading receiver. Freshman Malcolm Mitchell already missed the Vanderbilt game because of a hamstring injury, and has been classified as doubtful for this Saturday’s game after re-aggravating the injury. “He’s doubtful. I’m hopeful. That’s my quote on that,” said coach Mark Richt.…

Your move, Mr. Spock.

An artistic recreation of Will Muschamp and Charlie Weis preparing the Georgia gameplan The Gainesville Sun’s Gator beat writer thinks Will Muschamp is up to something. Is Brantley really going to play Saturday in Jacksonville? Or does Muschamp just want Richt and the Bulldogs to think he is? I have a feeling Muschamp is playing mind games here. I think he wants the Georgia defense...

Game Notes: Gators Prepare For Annual Tilt With Georgia In Jacksonville

For the first time in the history of the series, both the Florida Gators (4-3, 2-3 SEC) and Georgia Bulldogs (5-2, 4-1 SEC) enjoyed a much needed bye week before heading to Jacksonville, Fla., for the annual meeting between the two Southeastern Conference Eastern Division rivals.
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