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Saturday, October 10, 2015

Articles tagged: Georgia Football

Mark Fox attends Georgia football game in body paint, spiked pads

The Georgia Bulldogs football team hosted Alabama in a big Saturday showdown, and Georgia basketball coach Mark Fox was ready for the occasion. Fox turned up at Sanford Stadium to see the 8th ranked Bulldogs host the 13th ranked Crimson Tide, and he did it in style. He wore body paint, spiked pads, and a…Read More

Roquan Smith flips from UCLA to Georgia, says Jim Mora misled him

Four-star linebacker Roquan Smith verbally committed to UCLA on National Signing Day last week, but he never sent in his paperwork. Since then, Smith has maintained that he was torn between UCLA and his hometown Georgia Bulldogs. He committed to Georgia on Friday. Why the flip? During an interview with on Wednesday, Smith explained…Read More

Georgia fans have great Nick Chubb, Todd Gurley sign

Georgia played without suspended running back Todd Gurley for the first time this season on Saturday, and the Bulldogs didn’t skip a beat. They dominated No. 23-ranked Missouri and leaned heavily on freshman Nick Chubb, who became the feature back in Gurley’s absence. As you can see, one Georgia fan was prepared for Chubb’s big…Read More

Mark Richt sending Georgia recruits portraits of themselves

Georgia head coach Mark Richt has found a unique way to grab the attention of recruits this offseason, and it may be working. In an era where teams feel that sending recruits dozens of letters in a single day is a great way to make an impression, Georgia has been sending prospective players something much…Read More

Aaron Murray took Georgia offensive linemen out for ice cream

Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray looked like a legitimate Heisman Trophy candidate in a 45-41 shootout victory over LSU on Saturday. The senior threw for four touchdowns and ran for another. Much of his success is owed to the stellar play of the Bulldogs offensive line. Murray was hardly touched against the Tigers. He was not…Read More

Georgia LB Leonard Floyd gets signal to fake injury (Video)

Faking injuries to slow down hurry-up offenses is a trend we are going to see all season long in college football unless rules are changed to close this loophole. Cal football coach Sonny Dykes was livid with Northwestern for slowing down their “Bear Raid” offense by getting hurt on almost every play Saturday night, and…Read More

Steve Spurrier thinks Georgia should have spiked the ball

Steve Spurrier loves to tweak opposing coaches whenever possible. In April, he said he liked playing Georgia early in the season because they were always guaranteed to have a few top players suspended. On Sunday, he seemed happy to point out another misstep by the Dawgs. Spurrier, like many others, believes Georgia should have spiked…Read More

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