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Georgia facilities will be best in the nation

The Georgia Bulldogs football team is getting a new indoor practice facility and head coach Mark Richt couldn’t be any happier. Next January, construction is set to begin on a $30 million indoor facility for the Bulldogs and Richt is singing some high praise. According to the coach, it will without a doubt be the best facility in the nation. Very excited about our new indoor facility...
Via Campus Sports Net
8 hours ago  |  Discuss

Georgia Bulldogs Self Report The Silliest NCAA Violation

The Georgia Bulldogs had to self report the silliest NCAA violation, because the governing body of collegiate athletics is plain crazy.
Via Gamedayr
11 hours ago  |  Discuss

Mark Fox, Georgia Agree to Extension Through 2020

Georgia Bulldogs head men’s basketball coach Mark Fox and the university have agreed to a contract extension that will keep the coach in Athens through 2020. Fletcher Page of the Athens Banner-Herald reported the agreement. Fox led the Bulldogs to a record of 21-12 (11-7 SEC) in 2015 and a spot in the NCAA Tournament, where the team lost to Michigan State in the Round of 64 despite...
Via Campus Sports Net
13 hours ago  |  Discuss

Mark Richt Says Georgia’s New Indoor Facility Will “Without A Doubt” Be The Best In The Country

Georgia’s football program has been without an indoor facility for, well, forever. This has caused some problems for the Bulldogs; last summer, recruits’ parents complained about having to sit out in the rain during an event. Georgia won’t be without an indoor facility for much longer, though.  Plans for a $30 million indoor facility have been approved and construction is...
Via College Spun
15 hours ago  |  Discuss

Report: Georgia's Nike apparel deal to pay school over $40 million

Just do it. Some iteration of those words must have been said as the Georgia Bulldogs were offered their latest deal from apparel giant Nike last summer.Details of the deal were not publicly disclosed at the time but the Athens Banner-Herald recently obtained a copy of the contract under an open records request.The deal is said to be worth at least $40.8 million over the length...
Via Fox Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Georgia Star OLB Leonard Floyd “Already Doing Everything” Following Shoulder Surgery In December

The rehabilitation process for one of Georgia’s top defensive players appears to be going very well.  Leonard Floyd, an honorable mention All-SEC player in 2014, had shoulder surgery in December. The 6-foot-4, 231-pound outside linebacker seems to be close to getting back to full health.  Floyd, who had 55 tackles and a team-high six sacks last season, is “already doing everything”...
Via College Spun
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Georgia Bulldogs 2015 Preview and Prediction

Georgia opens 2015 as the favorite to win the SEC East title. The Bulldogs finished spring without an answer under center, but the offense will...
Via Athlon Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Top 2016 WR Kyle Davis Decommits From South Carolina

Top 2016 wide receive Kyle Davis announces his decommitment from South Carolina. Can the Georgia Bulldogs land the home-state talent?
Via Gamedayr
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Georgia lands 4-star CB Chad Clay over Ohio State

The Georgia Bulldogs have landed a big in-state talent, with the announcement on Monday night that four-star cornerback Chad Clay has chosen to begin his collegiate career in Athens. Georgia was able to beat out the defending national champion Ohio State Buckeyes for Clay’s services. I just want to thank God for blessing me with this great opportunity
Via Campus Sports Net
3 days ago  |  Discuss

UGA picks up commitment from Georgia corner Chad Clay

The Georgia Bulldogs picked up their second commitment in the past four days as cornerback and Suwanee, Georgia native Chad Clay plans on staying in state and playing for the Dawgs.Clay's father Willie Clay played defensive back in the NFL and is the career interception leader in Georgia Tech history with 16 picks to his name. Losing his son to the rival Bulldogs must really sting...
Via Fox Sports
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Georgia Bulldogs commit does recruiting of his own

Once four star defensive tackle Tyler Clark committed to the Georgia Bulldogs late yesterday afternoon, he made it abundantly clear that he wanted to help bring more talent like himself to Athens. According to College Spun, the Americus, Georgia native told Rivals that he wanted to get the ball rolling immediately. “I’m fixing to start recruiting tonight,” Clark said. “My...
Via Campus Sports Net
6 days ago  |  Discuss

4-Star DT Tyler Clark Committed To Georgia, Is “Fixing To Start Recruiting” For The Bulldogs

Four-star defensive tackle Tyler Clark (Americus, Ga.) committed to his home state Bulldogs last night, and he is ready to help add a few more top players to Mark Richt’s class. Clark made things official on Twitter last night after his commitment ceremony. Ima dawg man! — Tyler Clark (@TylerClark50) May 16, 2015 “I’m fixing to start recruiting tonight. My first target...
Via College Spun
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Four-star defensive lineman prospect Tyler Clark picks Georgia

One of the top players in the Peach State plans on staying close to home, as defensive lineman Tyler Clark commits to the Georgia Bulldogs.Clark's high school coach Erik Soliday recently spoke with the Atlanta Journal-Constitution to discuss why Georgia was the choice over Auburn and Clemson. “The Georgia coaches did a good job recruiting Tyler,” Soliday said. “All the coaches...
Via Fox Sports
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Video: Nick Chubb’s 9-year-old cousin is very good

Georgia fans, listen up. You guys know that Todd Gurley is gone and Nick Chubb has become a phenom running the ball for you guys. But, excuse me while I channel my inner-Hulk Hogan, “Whatcha gonna do, when Chubb ditches you for the NFL, brother?” Why, sign his cousin of course. The Bulldogs have already began looking for their next running back to carry the team into the future...
Via Campus Sports Net
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Georgia Recruiting: 2016 LB Jaleel Laguins Feels the Pull of the Home Team

The Georgia Bulldogs are definitely in the market for a quality ILB—they are all stocked up at OLB, but ILB has been a sore spot for quite some time now—and if they can haul one in from right around the… Read more → The post Georgia Recruiting: 2016 LB Jaleel Laguins Feels the Pull of the Home Team appeared first on The Lady Sportswriter.
Via The Lady Sportswriter
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Video: Georgia Football’s John Theus Absolutely Destroys A Golf Club On A Comically Awful Swing

Georgia offensive tackle John Theus is very good on the gridiron; he was an AP Honorable Mention All-SEC player in 2014. He is not, however, a great golfer. by any stretch. In an Instagram video taken by Georgia back Keith Marshall, Theus attempts to take a few swings with an iron, but things don’t quite go as planned. Observe: Video I just received of @jtheus71 working...
Via College Spun
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Georgia Recruiting: 2016 WR Tyler Simmons Has an Offer on the Table

The Georgia Bulldogs extended an offer to McEachern High School wide receiver, Tyler Simmons (Powder Springs, GA) last week. The 5'11, 184 pound, speedster was happy to get the offer, but is as even-keeled as it comes where his overall enthusiasm is concerned—though the home state Bulldogs already have made a strong impression on his mom. Read more → The post Georgia Recruiting...
Via The Lady Sportswriter
11 days ago  |  Discuss

SEC schools rejoice as Derrick Brown, the nation's top DT, is still on the market

Despite rumors to the contrary, Derrick Brown has not given a silent commitment to the Georgia Bulldogs.  Brown surely caused a few SEC coaches a sigh of relief with this tweet: At 6'4" and weighting in at 304 pounds, Brown has the measurables every college coach wants on the interior of their defensive front. No wonder nearly every program in the country is knocking at the door...
Via Fox Sports
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Georgia Recruiting: Julian Rochester, “Anything can happen…”

Five-star defensive tackle prospect Julian Rochester (Powder Springs, GA) has held the Georgia Bulldogs in high-esteem for quite some time now. Their honesty and overall transparency with him have always impressed and, as he gets closer to making a decision… Read more → The post Georgia Recruiting: Julian Rochester, “Anything can happen…” appeared first on The Lady Sportswriter.
Via The Lady Sportswriter
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Georgia Recruiting: Michail Carter, “I’d be a great fit…at Georgia”

The Georgia Bulldogs have certainly made sure to touch base with all of the top prospects in the state of Georgia this recruiting season and, as far as the defensive line goes, they are certainly taking advantage of a plethora… Read more → The post Georgia Recruiting: Michail Carter, “I’d be a great fit…at Georgia” appeared first on The Lady Sportswriter.
Via The Lady Sportswriter
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Georgia Is Still Battling Post-Urban Meyer Stress Disorder

The Georgia Bulldogs sure sounds too scared to schedule any games against Ohio State, because the team is still battling Post-Urban Meyer Stress Disorder.
Via Gamedayr
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Georgia Football: Another Position Change On The Way?

Make no mistake, the Georgia Bulldogs are aching at wide receiver. Even with an incoming lot that will include the likes of Michael Chigbu and Terry Godwin, the Bulldogs need more depth at the position. That said, an incoming frosh… Read more → The post Georgia Football: Another Position Change On The Way? appeared first on The Lady Sportswriter.
Via The Lady Sportswriter
23 days ago  |  Discuss

Georgia Bulldogs 2015 Spring Football Preview

Georgia opens spring practice as the early favorite in the SEC East. The Bulldogs just missed on a division title last season and return 12 starters...
Via Athlon Sports
March 18, 2015  |  Discuss

Graphic Designer Reveals 2 Georgia Concept Helmets

When it comes to college football helmets, Georgia’s is a pretty recognizable one. The classic red helmet with the black “G” has been around since 1964, though the design has received some minor tweaks over the years.  Recently, graphic designer Empire Graphics put out two new Georgia helmet concepts that keep the “G” but look a lot different otherwise. Here they are:...
Via College Spun
March 05, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Georgia WR Chris Conley Gives Scouts Something to Watch at the Combine

If you look at this stat sheet from his days playing for the Georgia Bulldogs wide receiver Chris Conley did not do a lot to distinguish himself in the eyes of scouts. Last season he had just 36 receptions for 657 yards, but he did have eight touchdowns (not bad). Over the course of his four seasons he made 117 receptions for 1938 yards and 20 touchdowns. Nothing to shake a stick...
Via FatManWriting
February 21, 2015  |  Discuss

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