Georgia safety J.J. Green, a sophomore who started three games for the Bulldogs over the past two years, will be transferring out of the program, the school announced today. Green, a 5-foot-9, 185-pound defensive back, was a three-star recruit in the 2013 class. Georgia sophomore safety J.J. Green, who started 3 games last 2 years, will transfer — Brett McMurphy (@McMurphyESPN...
Photos: It’s Go-To-The-Pool Day For The Georgia Football Team And The Bulldogs Are Incredibly Excited
Preseason camp can be a grueling time for college football players, especially at Georgia, where there’s no air-conditioned indoor facility and temperatures are consistently in the 90s. Mark Richt realizes this. Today, the Bulldogs coach, as he does every year, gave his team the afternoon off so they can go swimming at the Ramsey Student Center on campus. They’re pretty excited...
The Georgia Bulldogs fell flat in 2013 thanks in part to injuries and in part to a porous defense. This off-season has already brought them the dismissal of starter Josh Harvey-Clemons as well as an off-season incident for starter Tray Matthews. With Jeremy Pruitt taking over the defense, the Dawgs have a long off-season ahead of them. Two of the most important players for Georgia...
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