Ten@10: QB Everett Golson will visit UGA this week

9:59 am May. 12, 2015

THE TEN AT 10:

1. Everett Golson is going to visit the University of Georgia, probably not today but likely this week. This much I’ve been able to confirm.

Beyond that, it’s anybody’s guess what that means.

Golson

Ten@10: Georgia’s Ray Drew gets shot at NFL dream

10:04 am May. 5, 2015

THE TEN AT 10:

1. Well, it wasn’t exactly the Georgia career that everyone envisioned for Ray Drew. But regardless, the former 5-star phenom landed a free-agent deal with the Miami Dolphins and is going to

Ten@10: Gurley, Conley latest NFL prodigies from UGA

10:12 am Apr. 28, 2015

THE TEN AT 10:

1. It’s interesting the way something that seems nothing but positive on its own merit can get twisted into a negative. Take Georgia’s success at producing NFL players.

The NFL Draft gets under

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

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

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