ATHENS - Georgia senior offensive lineman Austin Long's career has ended due to academic reasons according to Mark Richt.
Georgia Bulldogs offensive lineman Austin Long let's Johnny Manziel know that he is the man via Twitter, because real recognizes real.
By now, you’ve probably seen the video of Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel getting thrown out of a Texas frat party. Some of the attendants were a bit hostile, telling Manziel to “get the f*** out”. Well, it appears that at least one college football player is sticking up for the much-maligned quarterback – Georgia offensive tackle Austin Long.
Manziel sent out a...
Richt talks Spring break, Bobo and more:
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Thursday practice video:
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"It's been a long road," said Long, who is lining up as the first-team right guard this spring while Chris Burnette recovers from shoulder surgery...
Don't look now, but Texas A&M starting quarterback Johnny Manziel may have started a trickshot war in the SEC. Manziel's trick shot video with the Dude Perfect crew is barely a day old, and Georgia starting QB Aaron Murray and his teammates are already planning their own.
The bad news for Murray & Long: Johnny Football's already found out what they...
Last presser before Orlando:
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Austin Long has surgery on hand:
Georgia junior offensive tackle Austin Long underwent outpatient surgery at St. Mary's Hospital on Thursday for a fractured right hand.
Long, a 6-foot-5, 304-pound native of native of Memphis, Tenn., fractured his hand on Wednesday. According to UGA Director of Sports...
Richt comments after Saturday practice:
Afterwards, Bulldog head coach Mark Richt said he has been pleased with the recent practice sessions after being concerned about how the team looked last week. Saturday marked the 18th out of 29 preseason practices for the Bulldogs.
“The last two days, they have responded; I shortened practice a bit today as we’ve...
Preseason Coaches Poll:
Florida State (1)
Second best SEC DB?
Silver: Bacarri Rambo, Georgia
Along with having...
16 schools have intact coaching staffs from 2011:
Only 16 programs in the country were able to keep their entire coaching staff intact this off-season. Some coaches believe the continuity serves as a real advantage for the coaches and players. Amazingly, Chip Kelly is the only head coach in the country that will enter the 2012 season with the same 9 assistants that started...
Don't forget the canned goods:
The University of Georgia Athletic Association along with the Food Bank of Northeast Georgia are teaming up to alleviate hunger by hosting a canned food drive at the 2012 G-Day Game on Saturday, April 14 at 3 p.m.
“Through this food drive, we have an opportunity to bless people within the local community with thousands of meals,“ said...
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Cornelius Washington coming-of-age? Mark Beard says, "Yep!"
It was frustrating last year – just as it looked like he was starting to become the dominant player I’d expected with back-to-back big games against Mississippi and Mississippi State, he was suspended for the next two and never really took off after he returned.
One of the many trappings of college football is that it's forever changing, a perennial revolving door of talent and new faces on every campus and in every corner of the map. Out with the old and in with the new.
Yeah, of course you'll miss watching the exploits of quarterbacks Russell Wilson, Kirk Cousins and Kellen Moore, but those pangs will last only a few weeks, or...
The following is a guest post by Lee Duncan.
So, while I’m sitting here wondering if the coaches and players in Athens miss the fans during the offseason as much as we miss them, I started to think of some of our biggest issues that we are facing heading into spring practice. 1. What in the world are we going to do with Isaiah Crowell?! As we all know, Crowell is extremely...
In our continuing effort to bring you the best in pilfered content, we present the following analysis of Georgia's offensive line woes by The Blawg House. Today we take a look at the causes of Georgia's offensive line woes in 2011.
Following Trinton Sturdivant's injuries and Brent Benedict's transfer left Georgia in a very tough spot at tackle. Sturdivant and Benedict...