1. Georgia's Mark Richt Doesn't Believe Todd Gurley Needs a Heisman Campaign

    According to Georgia head coach Mark Richt , there will be no official "Heisman campaign" for star junior running back Todd Gurley—or at least none beyond the work he does on the field...

    Brian Leigh Written by Brian Leigh about 3 months ago 14,825 reads 61 comments

  2. Georgia Football: Analyzing Todd Gurley's Heisman Trophy Chances

    If the Georgia Bulldogs want to win the SEC and the national championship, they need that one player who takes them over the top. The most likely candidate would be Todd Gurley, who has proved that he is one of the best running backs in the country...

    Brian Jones Written by Brian Jones about 3 months ago 5,498 reads 12 comments

  3. A.J. Greeley Commits to Bulldogs

    Fresno State's recruiting efforts got a huge bump Wednesday with an oral commitment from Edison High star A.J. Greeley, the type of high-profile homegrown player who in the past has chosen to leave the Valley to play college football...

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  4. UGA President 'Absolutely' Wants to Keep Auburn Series

    ATHENS - Jere Morehead, the president of the University of Georgia, is all for holding onto one of college football's most storied rivalries. "I absolutely support continuing the Auburn series," Morehead said Wednesday...

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  5. Richt Doesn't See Root Cause for Injuries

    A Georgia fan asked Mark Richt on Tuesday night about last season's injuries, and whether it could be connected to strength and conditioning.....

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  6. Georgia Football: Why Hutson Mason Is Poised for a Monster Statistical Year

    Aaron Murray rewrote the passing record book at the University of Georgia. At the end of his illustrious career, he left with practically every career mark and as the leader of a host of single-season and individual game statistical categories...

    Andrew Hall Written by Andrew Hall about 3 months ago 6,565 reads 11 comments

  7. Georgia Football: How Mark Richt Can Solve Defensive Issues in 2014

    With spring practice over, the Georgia Bulldogs can focus on what they need to do to get better before the 2014 season begins in the end of August. We know the offense will be in pretty good shape despite not having Aaron Murray under center...

    Brian Jones Written by Brian Jones about 3 months ago 4,057 reads 9 comments

  8. Where Mark Richt, Georgia Turn After in-State 5-Star OT Edoga Commits to USC

    Georgia standout Chuma Edoga announced Monday evening that he intends to sign with USC next February. His Twitter declaration left fellow finalists Tennessee, Texas A&M, Stanford ...

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  9. Georgia Football Recruiting: Breaking Down the Top 2015 Target at Each Position

    With spring practice now complete and the regular season still several months away, the Georgia Bulldogs coaching staff is spending time narrowing in on targets for the 2015 signing class...

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  10. Richt Respects Swinney's Decisions on Quarterbacks

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  11. Garrison Smith Confident His Game Tape Will Turn Scouts' Heads

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  12. Georgia Football: 5 Things Standing in the Way of an SEC Championship

    Now that spring practice is officially over for the Georgia Bulldogs, they can focus their attention on the 2014 regular season...

    Brian Jones Written by Brian Jones about 3 months ago 13,042 reads 104 comments

  13. UGA Receiving Corps Eagerly Awaits Return of Top Weapons

    On paper, Georgia's wide receiving corps looks stocked with talent. In reality, it felt like anything but that for much of this spring while two of Georgia's most explosive playmakers were sidelined again due to injury...

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  14. Friend on UGA's O-Line: We've Just Got to Figure out the Best Five

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  15. Richt Unsure About Making Punishment Public

    Georgia coach Mark Richt said he may not announce any discipline including possible suspensions for the four players who were arrested on the eve of spring practice before the Clemson opener...

    Robert Piva Written by Robert Piva about 3 months ago 267 reads 0 comments

  16. Bobo Calls Mason's Spring 'Outstanding'

    Realistically, there has never been a doubt that Hutson Mason is Georgia's starting quarterback. Entering the spring Mike Bobo at least wanted there to be the appearance of a competition, mainly to push Mason...

    Robert Piva Written by Robert Piva about 3 months ago 389 reads 0 comments

  17. UGA Offers 2 More Players from Georgia HS Powerhouse

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  18. Georgia Football: Why Aaron Murray's Draft Stock Is on the Rise

    The pro day is the final shot for college players to show scouts what they can do before the NFL draft takes place in early May. For Aaron Murray , it was his only shot as he has been recovering from an ACL injury...

    Brian Jones Written by Brian Jones about 3 months ago 10,027 reads 39 comments

  19. Mitchell, Other Injured Players Expected Back by June

    ATHENS - There were a lot of key offensive players sitting out Georgia's spring practice: Receivers Malcolm Mitchell and Justin Scott-Wesley, tight ends Jay Rome and Jordan Davis, and tailback Keith Marshall...

    David Scipione Written by David Scipione about 3 months ago 1,284 reads 0 comments

  20. Aaron Murray Pro Day: QB Proves Healthy, but Plenty of Questions Still Remain

    Former Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray proved he was healthy and ready to get his football career back on track at his pro day on Wednesday afternoon, but plenty of questions still surround the once-top passer...

    Michael Schottey Written by Michael Schottey about 3 months ago 20,946 reads 51 comments

  21. Summer Focus on Getting Leaner: 'We're Going to Have to Trim Them All Down'

    The NCAA Legislative Council passed a rule Tuesday that will allow schools to provide unlimited meals and snacks for college athletes, but it will be anything but an all-you-can-eat offseason for the Georgia football team...

    Robert Piva Written by Robert Piva about 3 months ago 19 reads 0 comments

  22. Richt Expects Three Injured Players to Be Full Speed by June

    Jay Rome is getting the screws taken out of his surgically repaired foot on Friday, the tight end tweeted.....

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  23. Pruitt: Georgia's Defensive Performance Not Award Worthy

    Georgia named linebacker Ramik Wilson its defensive MVP of the spring on Tuesday and J.J. Green was recipient of the “Coffee County Hustle Award...

    Robert Piva Written by Robert Piva about 3 months ago 207 reads 0 comments

  24. Georgia Football: Mark Richt's 4 Biggest Concerns Post-Spring Practice

    The Georgia Bulldogs held their annual G-Day spring game this past Saturday, but spring practice sessions didn't quite end there for head coach Mark Richt 's squad. The team was back at it Tuesday and will wrap up with its final practice Thursday...

    Andrew Hall Written by Andrew Hall about 3 months ago 5,693 reads 3 comments

  25. Georgia Football: 5 Things We Learned from the Bulldogs' Spring Game

    The Bulldogs are in their final week of spring practice before they break for the summer. Last Saturday, the Bulldogs took part in their annual spring game to show the fans an early look at the 2014 squad...

    Brian Jones Written by Brian Jones about 3 months ago 2,605 reads 2 comments