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Report: Jacob Eason taking over first string reps this week for Georgia

The UGA quarterback battle has been fairly even so far during fall camp. Grayson Lambert has performed as expected. Bryce Ramsey has performed better than some expected. Jacob Eason has shown some flashes of brillance and some proof that he’s still a true freshman. How it looks like the coaching staff is going to really gage what Eason can do this week….. UGASports.com (pay link...
Via The Student Section
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Rio 2016: University of Georgia has 10 medals, one less than host Brazil

The Georgia Bulldogs have some pretty impressive athletes and if you don’t believe that, all you have to do is look at the Rio Olympics. Their former athletes have been doing fairly well this year and have more medals than some countries across the world. Former Georgia athletes have racked up a total of 10 medals this year, which is just one less than host nation Brazil. That...
Via Campus Sports Net
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Kirby Smart must prepare as if Nick Chubb, Sony Michel are out

Five-star freshman quarterback Jacob Eason has a chance to start for Georgia right out of the gate. However, even though Eason has more pure arm skill than any Bulldogs passer since Matthew Stafford, it might be unwise to have him air it out immediately. He needs to get his feet wet in the SEC first. First-year coach Kirby Smart, a longtime disciple of Nick Saban at Alabama, will...
Via Saturday Down South
9 days ago

FOX Sports’ columnist predicts an up and down season for Georgia

One of the biggest wildcards in the SEC heading into the 2016 season, Georgia is a team many are finding difficult to peg considering all the unknowns in Athens. The Bulldogs are of course led by first-time head coach Kirby Smart and will likely to be led on offense by freshman quarterback Jacob Eason, all the while playing three of its first four games and six of the first nine...
Via Saturday Down South
9 days ago

Towers: Indoor facility can’t get here quick enough for Kirby

ATHENS — Another Georgia practice, another weather delay. It hasn’t been awful this year, but weather and those infamous Georgia late-summer thunderstorms have been something the Bulldogs have had to negotiate regularly. That has always been the case since UGA hasn’t had indoor practice facility, but it’s especially problematic now that they’re having to bus three miles...
Via Dawg Nation
9 days ago

Video: Analyzing Georgia’s RB depth heading into week 1

Perhaps the biggest question surrounding Week 1 for the Georgia Bulldogs is the availability of star running back Nick Chubb. Rehabbing relentlessly back from the severe knee injury suffered against Tennessee in 2015, Chubb has made it a goal to feature in the season opener against North Carolina on Sep. 3. Featuring on ESPN’s SEC Network, Atlanta Journal Constitution writer...
Via Saturday Down South
10 days ago

Georgia Recruiting: Jaden Hunter is Still All Dawg

Jaden Hunter is firmly committed to the Georgia Bulldogs.  He may take visits elsewhere, but as long as the coaching staff stays in his ear, there is absolutely no threat of him signing elsewhere.  Add to that, he’s made it… Read more → The post Georgia Recruiting: Jaden Hunter is Still All Dawg appeared first on The Lady Sportswriter.
Via The Lady Sportswriter
10 days ago

Maurice Smith makes an immediate impression at Georgia: ‘He’s been vocal’

ATHENS – A few hours after finally being cleared to join the Georgia football team, Maurice Smith stood before his new teammates on Friday night. Head coach Kirby Smart brought Smith to the front of the room. ‘We all know what he’s been through, what he went through trying to get over here,” Smart said, to the best of junior safety Dominick Sanders’ recollection. “He...
Via Dawg Nation
11 days ago

Once again, Chubb and Michel exchanging reps

ATHENS — Coach Kirby Smart continues to downplay Sony Michel’s presence on the practice field. With just under three weeks to go to the season opener, Georgia’s leading rusher from last season remains in a black, non-contact jersey. But his work outside of full-contact situations certainly has to be an encouraging sight with regard to his possible availability in the first...
Via Dawg Nation
11 days ago

Georgia swimmer Gunnar Bentz on armed robbery: ‘We are all safe’

Georgia swimmer Gunnar Bentz was among four U.S. swimmers robbed at gunpoint early Sunday morning, a United States Olympic Committee spokesperson confirmed. The Bulldogs standout has been in Rio as a participant in the 2016 Olympic Games. The school and athlete tweeted out that all is well despite the scary incident. Gunnar Bentz was one of the U.S. swimmers robbed in Rio, but...
Via Dawg Nation
12 days ago

Top Georgia recruit Jamyest Williams enjoys visit to UGA

With his decision just weeks away, 4-star 2017 recruit Jamyest Williams has a lot to think about. He’s deciding between the home state Bulldogs, South Carolina and Ohio State and the Gamecocks have been trending well recently. That made his visit with Georgia all the more important. And it looks like things went very well. Kirby and Mel made the UGA visit well worth the trip
Via Dawg Nation
13 days ago

Defensive back Maurice Smith joins Georgia team in scrimmage

ATHENS, Ga. (AP) Defensive back Maurice Smith has started his acclimation to Georgia a day after the Southeastern Conference cleared his transfer from Alabama as a graduate student. Smith was assigned a No. 2 jersey and was with the Bulldogs for Saturday's scrimmage at Sanford Stadium. Coach Kirby Smart, the former Alabama defensive coordinator, said Smith's new teammates were...
Via AP on Fox
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Tackled during scrimmage, Nick Chubb passes another test

ATHENS — The remarkable return of Nick Chubb continued on Saturday with another major milestone run down ahead of schedule. Chubb was tackled on Saturday as the Georgia Bulldogs conducted their first scrimmage of preseason camp at Sanford Stadium. And this wasn’t the grab-you-and-ease-down kind of tackling. The Bulldogs were ordered to bring down number 27 the same way Georgia’s...
Via Dawg Nation
13 days ago

Photo: Georgia, North Carolina show off Chick-fil-A Kickoff uniforms

The Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game at the Georgia Dome has been a tradition since 2008 and this year’s game will be the final one played before it moves into Mercedes Benz Stadium next year. The Georgia Bulldogs and North Carolina Tar Heels both take to the dome for the second time to open the season. This week, in anticipation of the big game, the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game Twitter account...
Via Campus Sports Net
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Former Georgia QB announces 2017 commitment

Nick Robinson, a former walk-on quarterback at Georgia, announced his plans for the 2017 season on Twitter Friday evening. pic.twitter.com/HZaBQrRZMM — Nick Robinson (@nickrobinson_2) August 12, 2016 Robinson, who left UGA in May, was considered the Bulldogs’ fourth-string quarterback exiting spring practice. At Saddleback College in Mission Viejo, Calif. he’ll be much closer...
Via Saturday Down South
13 days ago

Georgia coach Kirby Smart on Maurice Smith waiver: ‘We are all all anxious to move forward’

The Maurice Smith transfer saga is over, and he will join the Georgia football team this weekend. For that, Bulldogs coach Kirby Smart is very grateful. “I want to express appreciation to Southeastern Conference Commissioner Greg Sankey for granting the waiver which will allow Maurice Smith to pursue his dreams at the University of Georgia as a graduate transfer,” Smart said...
Via Dawg Nation
13 days ago

Georgia and North Carolina will both wear home jerseys in season opener

As if the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game could get any better, it was announced Friday that both Georgia and North Carolina will wear their home jerseys for season-opening game; as the game is technically considered a home game for both teams. The Bulldogs will of course be wearing Georgia Red with the Tarheels wearing Carolina blue. The Chick-fil-A official twitter sent out this tweet...
Via Saturday Down South
14 days ago

Georgia LB Kimbrough plans transfer to Division II school

ATLANTA (AP) Georgia senior linebacker Tim Kimbrough says he will transfer to a Division II school after being forced off the team by coach Kirby Smart. Kimbrough told The Associated Press in a phone interview Thursday that Smart said ''he was going to kick me off the team or I had to transfer.'' Kimbrough, who was third on the team with 67 tackles last season, did not participate...
Via AP on Fox
15 days ago  |  Discuss

SQ College Football Top-25 Preview: #17 Georgia

The college football season is rapidly approaching, with the anticipation building as each day passes. As the hunger for the upcoming season gets stronger, here at SQ we’ve got something that will hold your appetite for the time being. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be rolling out previews of the teams in our top-25. We last covered North Carolina, which came in...
Via The Sports Quotient
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Georgia QB race could be affected by health of top RBs

ATHENS, Ga. (AP) Georgia offensive coordinator Jim Chaney says the health of the Bulldogs' top running backs could help decide who opens the season as the starting quarterback. Star tailback Nick Chubb ran with the first-team offense on Saturday as he continues his recovery from left knee surgery midway through the 2015 season. So far, Chubb has been practicing with no restrictions...
Via AP on Fox
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Top 25 College Football Countdown: No. 15 Georgia Bulldogs

Georgia Bulldogs 2015 Record: 10-3 overall, 5-3 SEC (beat Penn State 24-17 in the TaxSlayer Bowl) 1 Burning Question: How good will Georgia be in year one of the Kirby Smart era? Last year, the Georgia Bulldogs finished 10-3. Most college football fanbases would be in heaven if their team finished with double-digit wins. Not Georgia. Mark Richt was a very good coach for the Georgia...
Via The Comeback
20 days ago  |  Discuss

2018 4-Star OLB Adam Anderson Commits To Georgia

Four-star prospect Adam Anderson reportedly committed to the Georgia Bulldogs this morning. His decision was shared on Twitter through head coach Kirby Smart. Great way to start off my Friday!! Another Georgia boy staying home to represent his STATE. #RareBreed18 #CommitToTheG — Coach Kirby Smart (@KirbySmartUGA) August 5, 2016 The 6-foot-5, 225 pound prospect chose his home...
Via College Spun
21 days ago  |  Discuss
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