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College GameDay announces it’s headed to Jacksonville for Georgia-Florida

College GameDay announces it’s headed to Jacksonville for Georgia-Florida

Based on the schedule for next week, the Georgia-Florida game is the biggest game on tap. And now with College GameDay headed to Jacksonville, it almost certainly will be the most talked about national game. The No. 8 Bulldogs take on the No. 11 Florida Gators at 3:30 p.m. on CBS and WSB Radio will also broadcast the game on 95.5 FM or AM 750.
WATCH: Jeremy Pruitt has keys to stop Alabama, but not players

WATCH: Jeremy Pruitt has keys to stop Alabama, but not players

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Tennessee coach Jeremy Pruitt had a pretty good idea what it would take to beat Alabama on Saturday, but he didn’t have the team to execute it. “You look at their sideline and look at our sideline,” Pruitt said after the Crimson Tide crushed the Vols, “and they don’t hardly look the same.
Georgia, talented secondary and speedy receivers, best SEC East matchup for Alabama

Georgia, talented secondary and speedy receivers, best SEC East matchup for Alabama

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Somewhere, some time on Saturday, Georgia football coach Kirby Smart was watching the Alabama-Tennessee game. Football is a relationship business, and coaches keep up with one another and the players they recruited. It’s why Florida coach Dan Mullen said he’d watch LSU play his former program at Mississippi State on Saturday.
Ask Griff: Georgia football busy during bye week prepping for Florida showdown

Ask Griff: Georgia football busy during bye week prepping for Florida showdown

ATHENS, Ga. — Georgia coach Kirby Smart used the bye week to round off some corners and evaluate some young talent, the Bulldogs prepping for the key stretch of the 2018 season. A 36-16 loss at LSU exposed some of the weaknesses Smart had spoken about even as Georgia was off to a 6-0 start a No. 2 ranking.
WATCH: Georgia basketball reveal ‘little things’ that make Tom Crean special

WATCH: Georgia basketball reveal ‘little things’ that make Tom Crean special

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Georgia senior point guard William “Turtle” Jackson said the little things new coach Tom Crean is preaching could lead to big success for the Bulldogs. “Coach Crean preaches details, the little things,” Jackson said at SEC Tipoff 19, the league’s annual media day event.
By the numbers: Criticism of Jake Fromm is probably overstated

By the numbers: Criticism of Jake Fromm is probably overstated

Georgia football fans can get their statistical fix each week with By the Numbers — a stats-based look at how UGA coach Kirby Smart is doing in his attempt to keep the Bulldogs on top of the SEC and continue the program’s pursuit of a national championship. This week’s edition of By the Numbers looks at Georgia quarterback
WATCH: The DawgNation conversation with 5-star RB John Emery Jr.

WATCH: The DawgNation conversation with 5-star RB John Emery Jr.

How does 5-star RB John Emery Jr. feel about his connection to UGA? That’s all there for an interested reader and viewer in our latest DawgNation conversation. This sitdown with Emery appeared first on the DawgNation’s “Before the Hedges” weekly live stream. That show goes live at 4 p.m.
The five Georgia players who need to have a strong ‘work week’

The five Georgia players who need to have a strong ‘work week’

Welcome to  Good Day, UGA , your one-stop shop for Georgia football news and takes. Check us out every weekday morning for everything you need to know about Georgia football, recruiting, basketball and more. As Kirby Smart explained earlier this week, there is no off week for Georgia.
WATCH: Tom Crean proud Georgia ‘found a way to win’ 56-54 at UAB

WATCH: Tom Crean proud Georgia ‘found a way to win’ 56-54 at UAB

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Georgia basketball coach Tom Crean said the 56-54 exhibition win at UAB wasn’t pretty, but it was a step in the right direction. The Bulldogs trailed for most of the game (29 minutes, 22 seconds) before stepping up the defensive end and on the glass in the second half to beat the Blazers before a rowdy crowd of 3,437 on Thursday night.
Georgia basketball opens Tom Crean Era with hard-fought exhibition win at UBA 56-54

Georgia basketball opens Tom Crean Era with hard-fought exhibition win at UBA 56-54

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — The Tom Crean Era is officially underway, and if Thursday night’s exhibition game was any kind of indicator, Georgia has a resilient group. The Bulldogs turned away UAB in a rowdy Bartow Arena in downtown Birmingham, 56-54. “We learned a lot about our team,” Crean said. “The bottom line is we found a way to win.
WATCH: UGA great Terrence Edwards breaks down 4-star commit Makiya Tongue

WATCH: UGA great Terrence Edwards breaks down 4-star commit Makiya Tongue

What do you get when an all-time Georgia great breaks down the film of future Bulldog Makiya Tongue? Did Terrence Edwards keep it real amid our “Reel Talk” on DawgNation? He sure did. Terrence Edwards joined DawgNation this week on “Before the Hedges” to break down 4-star UGA commit Makiya Tongue.
WATCH: Georgia football players share lessons from LSU defeat, preview Florida

WATCH: Georgia football players share lessons from LSU defeat, preview Florida

ATHENS — Kirby Smart said he would rather his team learn their lessons while the No. 8-ranked Bulldogs are winning, but sometimes a loss can have a greater effect. Georgia players met with the media earlier this week and were asked by DawgNation to share what they learned from last Saturday’s 36-16 loss at LSU.
UGA commit Ryland Goede eyes fall return after season-ending knee injury

UGA commit Ryland Goede eyes fall return after season-ending knee injury

Owen Condon. Azeez Ojulari. Zamir White. Kearis Jackson. Justin Fields. Rian Davis. Now add the name Ryland Goede to that list. At first glance, that looks like a pretty sporty list of elite prospects who chose to commit and eventually sign with the University of Georgia.
How to watch: Week 8 college football, with TV times, network, streaming

How to watch: Week 8 college football, with TV times, network, streaming

Here are the TV times, networks and streaming opportunities for all FBS games Thursday, Friday and Saturday. All times are EDT, and all TV information is for the Atlanta TV market.  » Thursday, Oct. 18 7:30pm, Georgia State at Arkansas State, ESPNU  9pm, Stanford at Arizona State, ESPN » Friday, Oct.
DN90: Florida’s Dan Mullen unsure how Georgia will respond after LSU loss

DN90: Florida’s Dan Mullen unsure how Georgia will respond after LSU loss

Don’t have the time to listen to the DawgNation Daily podcast? Receive a 90-second summary of the latest big Georgia football news from host Brandon Adams. On Wednesday, Adams discussed the uncertainty new Florida coach Dan Mullen says on how Georgia will respond to its first loss of 2018.
Georgia basketball players unfazed by low projection at SEC preseason media event

Georgia basketball players unfazed by low projection at SEC preseason media event

MOUNTAIN BROOK, Ala. — Georgia coach Tom Crean said he wants to be sure not to expect too much his basketball team. The media panel at SEC basketball’s “Tipoff 19” certainly aided his cause, the Bulldogs picked to finish 13th in the 14-team league, and none of the Georgia payers were among the 12 players selected to the first or second team.
Tight ends embrace block-first role in Bulldogs’ offense

Tight ends embrace block-first role in Bulldogs’ offense

» Complete UGA coverage on ajc.com Charlie Woerner made his football reputation as a swift-footed wide receiver and free safety at Rabun County High School who might even occasionally take some snaps at running back. That all changed when he got to Georgia. The Bulldogs immediately identified the fast-growing Woerner as a tight end, and he quickly found himself in foreign territory.
Charlie Woerner, Georgia tight ends embrace block-first role in offense

Charlie Woerner, Georgia tight ends embrace block-first role in offense

ATHENS – Charlie Woerner made his football reputation as a swift-footed wide receiver and free safety at Rabun County High School who might even occasionally take some snaps at running back. That all changed when he got to Georgia. The Bulldogs immediately identified the fast-growing Woerner as a tight end, and he quickly found himself in foreign territory.
A look at the best in the SEC in first half of season

A look at the best in the SEC in first half of season

- Complete UGA coverage on ajc.com It's no surprise that top-ranked Alabama is once again the class of the Southeastern Conference halfway through the season. And considering his ample talent, the emergence of Tide quarterback Tua Tagovailoa as an offensive force could have been easily predicted.
Join DawgNation at Marlow’s Tavern on Oct. 24

Join DawgNation at Marlow’s Tavern on Oct. 24

Join Brandon Adams, Jeff Sentell and former Georgia quarterback David Greene for the DawgNation Gameday Insider event at Marlow’s Tavern in Dunwoody, GA on Wednesday night. Greene is our special guest, as he will provide his inside knowledge of the Georgia football program. Also hear Adams and Sentell provide their commentary of everything UGA football.
Young Bulldogs defensive linemen impressing Kirby Smart

Young Bulldogs defensive linemen impressing Kirby Smart

Although there weren’t a lot of bright spots in No. 8 Georgia’s loss to LSU on Saturday, there were several less-seasoned Bulldogs who saw increased playing time in the game and made a favorable impression on coach Kirby Smart, who emphasized that the only way to get better – and move up the depth chart -- is through hard, smart work.
WATCH: Chip and Griff Show tackles Georgia football controversies, questions

WATCH: Chip and Griff Show tackles Georgia football controversies, questions

ATHENS — Georgia football coach Kirby Smart says the No. 8-ranked Bulldogs have plenty to work on during the bye week, so he doesn’t have much time to pay attention to what’s being said outside of his program. Obviously much of the narrative in the wake of the 36-16 loss at No.
DN90: Georgia’s top recruits remaining committed following LSU loss

DN90: Georgia’s top recruits remaining committed following LSU loss

Don’t have the time to listen to the DawgNation Daily podcast? Receive a 90-second summary of the latest big Georgia football news from host Brandon Adams. On Monday, Adams put to rest any notion that the loss to LSU is having a negative impact on the recruiting trail.
Kirby Smart updates Georgia football injuries: tailback D’Andre Swift ankle injury

Kirby Smart updates Georgia football injuries: tailback D’Andre Swift ankle injury

ATHENS — Georgia football coach Kirby Smart said tailback D’Andre Swift has a sprained ankle, but outside linebacker D’Andre Walker was merely cramping up at LSU and carries no injury designation. Swift was not at Tuesday’s practice, but Smart doesn’t anticipate the injury leading to any missed playing time.
Practice Report: No. 8 Georgia Bulldogs get back to basics in spirited workout

Practice Report: No. 8 Georgia Bulldogs get back to basics in spirited workout

ATHENS — There was a back-to-basics feel — and sound — to Georgia’s practice on Tuesday. The Bulldogs returned to Woodruff Practice Fields for the first time since Saturday’s 36-16 upset loss to LSU in Baton Rouge. Since then, Georgia (6-1, 4-1 SEC) has dropped from No. 2 to No. 8 in the Associated Press Top 25 poll.
Leading rusher: UGA running backs in the NFL

Leading rusher: UGA running backs in the NFL

The University of Georgia has an impressive contingent of running backs in the NFL. Todd Gurley is currently the league’s leading rusher. Here is a look at how Gurley and three other running backs are faring this season.
The facts indicate Georgia has probably under-utilized QB Justin Fields

The facts indicate Georgia has probably under-utilized QB Justin Fields

ATHENS – One hundred and two plays. You think Georgia ought to play Justin Fields more? That’s what you’re basing it on — 102 plays. Through seven games, that’s how much Fields has played for the Bulldogs this season. That’s all, some might ask? Yes, that’s all.
Georgia football: 7 key questions, 7 snappy answers after loss at LSU

Georgia football: 7 key questions, 7 snappy answers after loss at LSU

ATHENS, Ga. — Georgia football still controls it’s own destiny, in terms of the opportunity to win the SEC East Division and play in the league title game, but there’s plenty of work to be done in the bye week. RELATED: Kirby Smart says UGA not going away, goals still in reach The Bulldogs’ 36-16 loss to LSU dropped Georgia to No.
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