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Louisville lands SEC transfers Shaq Wiggins, Ja'Quay Williams
May 22, 2014 12:27 pm ET
The 2015 Louisville Cardinals just got a roster boost.
Former Georgia cornerback Shaq Wiggins and Texas A&M receiver Ja'Quay Williams informed...
The Georgia Bulldogs secondary is looking scarier by the minute…and not in a good way. Since the arrival of defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt, the Bulldogs have seen quite an exodus from the defensive side of the ball—Shaq Wiggins being the most recent—and…Read more →
The Georgia Bulldogs defense have suffered another big blow in the secondary (Josh Harvey-Clemons being dismissed was the first) as cornerback Shaq Wiggins, who lead the team in interceptions last season, is transferring from the University of Georgia.
“Shaq and I have been talking over the last few days, and a fresh start is what he believes is in his best interest,” Georgia...
The Georgia Bulldogs have just lost an integral part of their future.
CBS Sports is reporting that Georgia cornerback Shaq Wiggins will be transferring to another school.
Georgia CB Shaq Wiggins is transferring – http://t.co/8XLmuMn6o9 Started 8 games as a freshman last year.
— Eye on College FBall (@EyeOnCFB) May 9, 2014
“Shaq and I have been talking over the last few days...
Georgia Bulldogs CB Shaq Wiggins was arrested after being pulled over for speeding. When the officer pulled him over, he ran his info and realized he was on a suspended license for failing to appear in court. From the Athens-Clarke County police:
Wiggins was pulled over Sunday night for speeding after he was clocked driving 52 miles per hour in a 35 mph zone. The arresting officer’s...
Georgia Bulldogs cornerback Shaq Wiggins was arrested on Sunday night for driving on a suspended license.
Georgia freshman cornerback Shaq Wiggins may have just made the play of the game for the Bulldogs against Vanderbilt. With his team already trailing 14-10 on the road, Wiggins jumped a screen route perfectly and took the ball back 39 yards for the Bulldogs’ second touchdown of the afternoon. Wiggins apparently was not fooled by the Commodores’ unorthodox formation: