Revelations aplenty at Georgia’s open scrimmage

11:19 am Aug. 20, 2014

ATHENS – OK, so yesterday was a little unusual in terms of practice coverage. Normally Georgia would conduct a workout, I’d attend the media observation period early on along with other reporters and file a

Update: Dogs’ TE Jay Rome hobbled during Sunday’s practice

4:30 pm Aug. 3, 2014

ATHENS – A quick update from Sunday’s practice, Georgia’s third of the preseason:

Don’t read too much into it at this stage, but tight end Jay Rome had to come out of drills and get some attention from trainers due to his troublesome right foot. The junior from Valdosta had off-season foot surgery and actually had been somewhat of a surprise going nearly full tilt in the Bulldogs’ first two practices

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Keith Marshall practicing as if he doesn’t want to redshirt this fall

9:39 pm Apr. 1, 2014

ATHENS – Georgia’s Keith Marshall could possibly take a medical redshirt and sit out this coming season. In fact, at one point it seemed like the best option. But the junior tailback appears to be doing everything in his power to see that doesn’t happen.

The Bulldogs’ had a full-contact practice on Tuesday — their third in a row this spring — and there was Marshall dressed out in full pads.

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

REWIND: Tough start for Diamond Dogs, tough finish for men’s hoops

10:17 am Feb. 17, 2014

MONDAY MORNING REWIND

ATHENS – Tough start to the Scott Stricklin’s career as Georgia baseball coach. The Bulldogs were trounced for a second time Sunday by Georgia Southern, 18-4. That gave the Eagles a 2-1 victory in the season-opening, three-game series and disappointed a goodly crowd of people who came out to welcome in the new era, Stricklin among them.

“It was great to see the crowds we had Saturday and (Sunday),”

What kind of signing day drama awaits the Georgia Bulldogs?

5:30 am Feb. 5, 2014

ATHENS – Good morning and welcome to national signing day. We have big plans for you.

I’m at Georgia’s Butts-Mehre Heritage Hall this morning monitoring the Bulldogs’ recruiting efforts. NCAA rules allow for national letters-of-intent to be signed as early as a 7 a.m. and I’ll be in place to report the first one.

If you’re keeping up from home or the office, there are two ways to monitor the day’s

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Allen-Williams decides to stick with South Carolina

2:11 pm Feb. 3, 2014

UPDATE: Cedar Grove’s Bryson Allen-Williams, who waffled on his commitment to South Carolina after taking an official visit to UGA this past weekend, tweeted Monday night that he has decided to stick with the Gamecocks.

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Garrison Smith: Look out for Toby and ‘Meatball’

4:22 pm Jan. 31, 2014

Garrison Smith is having a blast. He’s down in Pensacola, Fla., training hard for the NFL draft with a group called Athletes Performance Institute. He’s optimistic about his NFL prospects and, with his UGA degree already in hand, feels ready for whatever the future holds for him.

But in a lot of ways Smith wishes he could still be in Athens getting ready for another football season next fall. Smith was