Rewind: Tough weekend on SEC front for UGA teams

1:35 pm Apr. 20, 2015

MONDAY REWIND:

1. It was a tough weekend for Georgia on the conference championship front. The Bulldogs competed for four tournament titles over the weekend and did not land a one of them.

What’s more, the competitions

UGA’s Mark Richt: ‘We always expect to win the East’

6:00 am Apr. 17, 2015

THE REST OF THE STORY …

ATHENS — In this day and age, it’s never too early to start talking about expectations. So never-minding that Georgia only minutes earlier wrapped up spring football practice Thursday night, I asked coach Mark Richt whether he thought the Bulldogs can win the SEC’s Eastern Division in 2015.

“Well, we’re always expecting to win the East,” Richt said, chuckling at having to answer such a question in

Ten@10: Georgia’s defense ramps up the pressure

10:02 am Apr. 7, 2015

1. Georgia moved Chuks Amaechi to outside linebacker from inside linebacker last week and, by the weekend, it looked like a brilliant gesture.

In the Bulldogs’ second scrimmage of the spring this past Saturday, Amaechi responded

Richt sees ‘flashes’ of good work in scrimmage

7:00 pm Mar. 28, 2015

ATHENS — Georgia’s first spring scrimmage at Sanford Stadium just got over and we got some time with coach Mark Richt afterward. So I’m just going to post a couple of videos of some of Richt’s post-practice commentary and list the statistics that he shared from the closed scrimmage to provide you a quick update. Then I’ll have to get busy on my report for the Sunday paper and MyAJC.com.

You’ll

Georgia ‘still in the hunt’ for Jaylen Brown

1:29 pm Mar. 27, 2015

Having not yet visited the UGA campus in an official or unofficial recruiting capacity, it’s generally thought the Georgia Bulldogs don’t have much of a chance of landing Jaylen Brown, the state’s latest super-prospect in

Q&A: The World According to UGA’s Jacob Park

10:19 am Mar. 26, 2015

ATHENS — Jacob Park is an interesting Dog. There haven’t been many other Georgia quarterbacks I’ve covered the last decade or so who would refer to a reporter as “bro” when answering his question. There’s