Posted September 01, 2012 on
ATHENS – For Rantavious Wooten, Georgia’s season opener for Buffalo was like a new beginning.
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ATHENS, Ga. -- Mark Richt knows Georgia fans will be eager to see freshman tailbacks Todd Gurley and Keith Marshall when the No. 6 Bulldogs open their season against Buffalo on Saturday.
The coach promises fans will get their wish.
Gurley and Marshall, who signed from North Carolina high schools, are two of the biggest names in Georgia's 2012 freshman class. Another top freshman...
Todd Gurley stole the show with three touchdowns in his debut as a backup.
The freshman tailback could have an opportunity to move into a starting role in No. 6 Georgia's Southeastern Conference opener at Missouri on Saturday.
Gurley ran for 100 yards on only eight carries in Georgia's 45-23 opening win over Buffalo. He ran through arm tackles for a 10-yard touchdown run...
2011 Record: 10-4 (7-1 in SEC)
Head Coach: Mark Richt
Last Bowl Game: 2011 Outback Bowl: lost to Michigan State 30-33
Returning Starters: (Offense: 7; Defense: 9)
Key Offensive Returnees: QB Aaron Murray (35 TD, 14 INT), WR Tavarres King (46 rec, 8 TD), WR/DB Malcolm Mitchell (45 rec, 4 TD), WR Michael Bennett (32 rec, 5 TD)
Key Defensive Returnees: OLB Jarvis Jones ...
When you're a big acting star like Samuel L. Jackson, that gives you the ability to drop in anywhere and be welcomed with open arms.
Last week, Sam decided to stop by a Georgia Bulldogs football practice and below is a photo of him talking to the kids:
(Courtesy of Lost Letterman)
ATHENS - Tavarres King after Georgia's win over Buffalo.
ATHENS - Mark Richt after the Bulldogs' 45-23 win over Buffalo.
ATHENS - Todd Gurley ran for three touchdowns, Aaron Murray threw three scoring passes and No. 6 Georgia overcame a sloppy first half to beat Buffalo 45-23 on Saturday.
True freshman Todd Gurley had a stellar performance against Buffalo Saturday in Georgia’s season opener, but how did the rest of the Bulldogs play?
Obviously Grantham wasn’t happy with the way the defense performed against Buffalo, but he doesn’t appear to be concerned about what that will mean for next week either. When asked how he feels about Mizzou looking at what Buffalo QB Alex Zordich was able to do did and perhaps thinking they will find similar success next week with their QB, Grantham stated, “…I’m sure they’ll...