Despite being the lone early enrollee in Georgia's 2014 signing class, quarterback Jacob Park knows there is a high likelihood of a redshirt season.
A new NCAA football proposal allowing defenses to substitute within the first 10 seconds of the 40-second play clock has received significant backlash from coaches who prefer a quicker offensive pace.
The Georgia Bulldogs have signed 14 Rivals.com five-star prospects under coach Mark Richt, with tailback Sony Michel of Plantation, Fla., becoming the 14th earlier this month.
Georgia safety Josh Harvey-Clemons, who was suspended twice during the 2013 season for violating the school's marijuana policy, was dismissed from the football program Tuesday by coach Mark Richt.
Isaiah McKenzie could be the first member of Georgia's 2014 football signing class to claim a starting role for the Bulldogs, though it wouldn't occur on offense or defense.
The Georgia Bulldogs have been the surprise of Southeastern Conference basketball this season — twice.
Georgia picked up its fourth football commitment for the 2015 signing class this past weekend when defensive end Chauncey Rivers gave Bulldogs coaches a nonbinding pledge.
Tracy Rocker is thrilled to be Georgia's new defensive line coach, but for the longtime Bulldogs, his arrival is 30 years too late.
Georgia football coach Mark Richt announced Tuesday that running backs coach Bryan McClendon is adding the title of recruiting coordinator.
That's a wrap, and a convincing one.
Georgia senior offensive tackle Mark Beard was back Friday morning doing winter workouts with the Bulldogs.
It was the same setup every year.
Georgia football coach Mark Richt completed his coaching staff Thursday with the hiring of Mike Ekeler, who will work with the inside linebackers.
Georgia had its borders penetrated during the recruiting cycle that ended Wednesday, but Bulldogs had plenty of success in bordering states to compile yet another successful class in the Mark Richt era.
ATHENS, Ga. — Compiling a top-10 recruiting class is nothing new for Georgia.