Posted August 24, 2013 on
ATHENS - In many respects, Creekside High School cornerback De’Antre Turman followed in the footsteps of Georgia cornerback Damian Swann.
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ATHENS - Kolton Houston might not crack Georgia’s starting lineup right away, but it’s clear that the plan is for the offensive lineman to get a significant amount of snaps in his first college game Aug. 31 at Clemson.
The fourteen coaches in the Southeastern Conference made quite a statement this week, voting Georgia Bulldogs senior quarterback Aaron Murray as 1st team All-SEC over the likes of Alabama’s AJ McCarron and, most notably, reigning Heisman winner Johnny Manziel.
Murray is coming off of an excellent 2012 campaign in which he threw for 3,893 yards with 36 touchdowns and just 10 interceptions...
ATHENS - The fifth-ranked Georgia Bulldogs practiced at Sanford Stadium Thursday for the second straight day.
Kentucky head football coach Mark Stoops had a nice surprise for his players today – the entire team was given iPads. We’ve seen college athletes utilize these before – for example, the Georgia Bulldogs use them to view their playbook.
We’re not sure if Kentucky will follow in UGA’s footsteps, but it wouldn’t be a surprise. Here’s a photo right after the team was gifted...