GREG PYKE RUMORS & GOSSIP

Georgia’s senior class was pieced together in strange fashion

ATHENS – When the entire Georgia football team holds a meeting, the seniors are given the chairs in the front of the room. It’s occurred to Kirby Smart that not many of those chairs are full. “Traditionally that’s the team that has 25 seniors, they got a pretty good football team because they’ve been in the program for a long time,” Smart said. “And when we have team...
Via Dawg Nation
8 days ago

Q&A: Georgia senior Greg Pyke wants to set things right vs. Florida

5 QUESTIONS WITH GREG PYKE ATHENS – Georgia’s Greg Pyke has tasted the thrill of victory against Florida. That makes him a rare breed among the Bulldogs who occupy their current roster. Pyke is one of only nine scholarship seniors who were around for Georgia’s last win over the Gators in 2013 and one of only six who would have played something approaching a significant role...
Via Dawg Nation
October 28, 2016

Q&A: UGA’s Greg Pyke still believes this is a special team

5 QUESTIONS WITH GREG PYKE ATHENS – There are freshmen behind him in the backfield, freshmen outside of him at wide receiver and freshmen tight ends. So forgive Greg Pyke if he sometimes feels like an uncle sometimes playing with a bunch of young nephews on Georgia’s offenses. Pyke, a fifth-year senior from Baltimore, Md., is indeed considered an elder statesmen and a respected...
Via Dawg Nation
October 07, 2016

Report: Georgia football’s Greg Pyke undergoes surgery

Greg Pyke had his appendix removed recently, according to reports. The Athens Banner-Herald was the first to report the news, then it was confirmed by The Telegraph.  Pyke underwent the surgery on Monday in order to treat appendicitis. Though Georgia has not officially confirmed the reports, the outlets did indicate that Pyke should be ready to play in […] Report: Georgia football’s...
Via Dawn of the Dawg
July 19, 2016

Georgia OL Greg Pyke undergoes surgery for appendicitis

Last week, Georgia offensive lineman Greg Pyke was selected as a media preseason All-SEC First Team player. This week, he is out of practice after he underwent emergency surgery for a case of appendicitis. It was reported by Fletcher Page of the Athens Banner-Herald that his surgery went well and it looks like he should make a full recovery. However, it did seem to be a pretty big...
Via Campus Sports Net
July 19, 2016  |  Discuss

Report: Georgia O-lineman had surgery Monday

Citing a source, the Athens Banner-Herald is reporting that Georgia fifth-year senior OL Greg Pyke had surgery for appendicitis on Monday. The recovery isn’t expected to threaten to keep him out of Week 1’s matchup against North Carolina in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game. Pyke was recently voted Preseason All-SEC by the media last Thursday, and he’s made 23 starts at offensive...
Via Saturday Down South
July 18, 2016

Report: Georgia OL Greg Pyke underwent surgery for appendicitis

Last week, the media voted Georgia offensive lineman Greg Pyke as a first-team preseason All-SEC selection at SEC Media Days. On Monday, those accolades took a back seat to the big guy’s health. According to a report from Fletcher Page of OnlineAthens.com, which cites a source close to the program, Pyke underwent surgery for appendicitis on Monday. Though a long-time contributor...
Via Dawg Nation
July 18, 2016

Six Georgia football players named to All-SEC preseason teams

This week during SEC Media Days, league reporters picked the preseason All-SEC teams, and six Georgia Bulldogs made the cut. The first-team roster included junior running back Nick Chubb and senior offensive guard Greg Pyke. Chubb became Georgia’s primary tailback in 2014 – his freshman season – when Todd Gurley was suspended (and later injured) […] Six Georgia football players...
Via Dawn of the Dawg
July 15, 2016

WATCH: Florida DT Jonathan Bullard Owns Georgia OL Greg Pyke On Third And One Play

With the change at quarterback Saturday heading into the game against Florida the Georgia Bulldogs had to be hoping that their run game could keep them in the game. However, something like that is easier said than done when that means having to control someone like Florida's big defensive tackle Jonathan Bullard (90), and get him out of the way.Greg Pyke was certainly not able to...
Via FatManWriting
October 31, 2015  |  Discuss
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