Sports - College - UGA

Ganus making effective transition from UAB to UGA

Published Apr. 24 2015

Jake Ganus is not one for sitting still.

Mending Gurley rocketing up NFL draft charts

Published Apr. 23 2015

Todd Gurley's stock is rapidly rising, and just in time for next Thursday night's first round of the NFL draft...

Georgia inside linebackers relishing the challenge

Published Apr. 17 2015

Reggie Carter is well aware of the weak-link conversation concerning this year's Georgia football team.

Georgia's A.J. Turman hoping to be factor at tailback

Published Apr. 15 2015

Last Saturday's G-Day performance by Georgia redshirt sophomore tailback A.J. Turman can be viewed a couple of ways.

Georgia promotes Crenshaw to women's head coach

Published Apr. 13 2015

Georgia athletic director Greg McGarity went down the bench to find the successor to women's basketball coach Andy Landers.

G-Day doesn't sharpen Georgia's QB picture

Published Apr. 12 2015

ATHENS, Ga. -- Saturday's G-Day football game was not the end of spring practice at Georgia, and it certainly wasn't...

Wynn hoping to snap up starting center role

Published Apr. 12 2015

ATHENS, Ga. -- Offensive linemen often go unnoticed in football games unless they are called for holding.

Inexperienced quarterbacks on display at G-Day

Published Apr. 11 2015

Georgia lost its offensive coordinator, starting quarterback and top two receivers from last season's 10-win team.

Davis confident in Georgia's receivers

Published Apr. 10 2015

With tailbacks Todd Gurley and Nick Chubb serving as Georgia's primary offensive weapons last football season, there were some Bulldogs...

Georgia Bulldogs turning attention to G-Day

Published Apr. 8 2015

It's game week for the Georgia Bulldogs.

Bauta, Ramsey post similar stats in Georgia scrimmage

Published Apr. 5 2015

Naming a starting quarterback is not a priority this spring for Georgia football coach Mark Richt, but his candidates may...

Georgia's Marshall Morgan insists more to come

Published Apr. 3 2015

So what could he possibly have in store for a grand finale?

Bowman eager to make most of final season at Georgia

Published Apr. 1 2015

Georgia improved across the board defensively last season in Jeremy Pruitt's first year as Bulldogs coordinator, and no player may...

Georgia conducts first spring scrimmage

Published Mar. 29 2015

Georgia held its first football scrimmage of the spring Saturday afternoon at Sanford Stadium.

Georgia's Barnett enrolls early, only to wait

Published Mar. 28 2015

Even planning ahead doesn't always yield the desired results.

Georgia's Mauger glad to be over Charlotte concussion

Published Mar. 27 2015

Georgia's 37-14 whipping of Louisville in last December's Belk Bowl clinched a 10-win season, but the triumph could not be...

Georgia's Jay Rome ready for fun for a change

Published Mar. 25 2015

If given the choice of describing his Georgia career as enjoyable or frustrating, redshirt senior tight end Jay Rome chooses...

Georgia defenders have greater comfort level

Published Mar. 22 2015

If there is one dominant theme through the early stages of Georgia's spring football practices, it's that the defense seems...

Michigan State holds off Georgia 70-63 in NCAA East Region

Published Mar. 20 2015

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- At times, Michigan State showed off its tournament-tested look, getting out in transition and pushing back with...

Georgia's Lorenzo Carter eager to build off freshman season

Published Mar. 20 2015

The biggest strength of Georgia's football team later this year could be at outside linebacker.

Gurley having to relive 'dumb mistake' with NFL scouts

Published Mar. 19 2015

The biggest name at Georgia's Pro Day on Wednesday didn't run, catch or lift.

Georgia begins spring practice with new offensive leadership

Published Mar. 18 2015

The Georgia Bulldogs held their first of 15 spring football practices Tuesday, with senior right tackle Kolton Houston working for...

Bobo-less Georgia Bulldogs kick off spring practice

Published Mar. 17 2015

And then there were none.