Richt, Bulldogs hope to right wrongs against Troy

3:26 pm Sep. 16, 2014

ATHENS — Georgia coach Mark Richt and selected players met with reporters Tuesday to discuss this past Saturday’s loss to South Carolina and this coming Saturday’s game against Troy.

Richt was working hard to come up with accolades for the visiting Trojans (0-3), who are coming into Sanford Stadium off losses to UAB, Duke and, most recently, Abilene Christian. He lauded Troy and 24-yard coach Larry Blakeney for putting more players

Five early observations of Georgia’s defense

3:14 pm Mar. 26, 2014

ATHENS – Georgia has completed just four of its 15 spring football practices so far and had its first full pads workout only yesterday. But slowly and surely things are starting to come into focus

Richt: UGA’s 4 arrestees already getting disciplined, more to come

7:37 pm Mar. 25, 2014

ATHENS –  Georgia coach Mark Richt came a little closer Tuesday to revealing some of his disciplinary plans for the players who have run afoul of team and school policies since last season. But he stopped shortly of making a definitive ruling on the four players accused of theft.

Tray Matthews, Uriah LeMay, Jonathan Taylor and James DeLoach have continued to practice with the team since they were arrested on theft

Tackle John Theus (71) hits the bag held by Tackle Zach DeBell (76) during Georgia's first day of Spring Practice at the Woodruff practice fields on Tuesday, Mar.18th. 2014 in Athens, Ga. ( photo by John Kelley )

Richt: ‘We’re going to address everything head on, handle it appropriately and move on’

8:20 pm Mar. 18, 2014

ATHENS — Technically it was a nondescript first day of spring football practice. But because four of his players were arrested and jailed on theft charges 18 hours before it started, Georgia coach Mark Richt was greeted by a couple of dozen media members and cameras from all four of Atlanta’s network television stations after the 90-minute practice concluded.

None of them got the answer they were seeking: How does he

Players’ arrests came on eve of first spring practice

12:51 am Mar. 18, 2014

ATHENS – On the eve of Georgia’s first spring football practice of the year, four players were arrested and jailed on charges of theft by deception.

Updates: What the players are accused of doing

Sophomore safety Tray Matthews, junior outside linebacker James DeLoach, redshirt freshman receiver Uriah LeMay and redshirt sophomore defensive end Jonathan Taylor all were booked into Athens-Clarke County jail around 9 p.m. Monday on multiple counts