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Davin Bellamy tweeted a photo of himself and two other prospects with four girls in a room while he was visiting Oregon. According to Bellamy, he didn’t realize that there was a bong in the room on the table in front of him when the picture was taken. Bellamy told the AJC that he didn’t realize the bong was there. “We were leaving some apartments, and a couple of girls wanted to take a picture with us. So we were in their room for like 30 seconds. I didn’t even know the (bong) as in the picture. After I tweeted out (the picture), I started getting all kinds of text messages. Then I looked closely at the picture, and I was like ‘What?’ I deleted the picture, but it was already out there.” Bellamy said the picture was discussed with Oregon’s coaches before he left campus on Sunday morning. “I told them the story, and that none of the football players had anything to do with it. It as just some girls I was taking pictures with. I guess the girls were using it before we got there. It...
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Oregon defensive end recruit Davin Bellamy posted a photo on Twitter of him posing with some friends and a bong sitting on the table.
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The University of Georgia and Mark Richt confirmed that Richt had hip surgery yesterday.
UGA confirms that coach Mark Richt had his hip replacement surgery on Saturday. Signing day press conference still scheduled for Wednesday.
— Marc Weiszer (@marcweiszer) February 4, 2013
This comes right before National Signing Day but will probably not have an effect on recruiting. UGA made...
When you think of the Oregon Ducks, you think about speed. That is exactly what running back Kenjon Barner is. Barner was a key piece of the Oregon offense and scored 19 touchdowns on the ground, averaging over seven yards a carry.
We talked to Michael Welbon from FishDuck, a site that covers the Oregon Ducks, and he helped us get a little more insight into the explosive runningback...