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2017 Georgia Dogs Schedule

Date Opponent / Event Location Time / Result TV
09/02/17 vs.Appalachian State Appalachian State Athens, Ga. TBA  
09/09/17 atNotre Dame Notre Dame South Bend, Ind. 7:30 p.m. ET
TV: NBC
09/16/17 vs.Samford Samford Athens, Ga. TBA  
09/23/17 vs.Mississippi State Mississippi State * Athens, Ga. TBA  
09/30/17 atTennessee Tennessee * Knoxville, Tenn. TBA  
10/07/17 atVanderbilt Vanderbilt * Nashville, Tenn. TBA  
10/14/17 vs.Missouri Missouri * Athens, Ga. TBA  
10/28/17 vs.Florida Florida * Jacksonville, Fla. TBA  
11/04/17 vs.South Carolina South Carolina * Athens, Ga. TBA  
11/11/17 atAuburn Auburn * Auburn, Ala. TBA  
11/18/17 vs.Kentucky Kentucky * Athens, Ga. TBA  
11/25/17 atGeorgia Tech Georgia Tech Atlanta, Ga. TBA  
Dawgs.com Presents ESPN College
Monday, 24 April 2017 11:50

The father of NFL draft hopeful Travis Rudolph[1] has been killed in an accidental shooting, the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office said in a statement Monday.

Darryl Rudolph was shot Friday morning while working on repairs inside a nightclub in the West Palm Beach, Florida, area. Rudolph, 55, was hit in the neck/back area when a gun in an adjacent room went off accidentally. He was transported to a local hospital, where he later died.

Travis Rudolph gained national fame at Florida State[2] last season after a photo of him having lunch with an autistic boy went viral. At the time, Darryl Rudolph said he was "overwhelmed with joy" when he learned what his son had done for Bo Paske.

Darryl Rudolph was a youth coach himself in the South Florida area, serving as a father figure to many young boys.

"When I used to coach and help other kids with football, basketball and sports, Travis was small but he used to pay attention to what I was doing," Darryl Rudolph said in an interview with ESPN.com last September. "I told them get your education. You can be the best athlete in the world, but without an education, you're not going very far. That's what Travis followed through on."

Travis Rudolph led Florida State in receiving each of the past two seasons before declaring early for the NFL draft. ESPN rates Rudolph as a mid-Day 3 draft prospect.

Monday, 24 April 2017 00:51

Defensive end Micah Parsons, the No. 8 ranked prospect in the 2018 class, decommitted from Penn State[1] on Sunday.

Parsons was one of two commitments ranked as a five-star recruit for the Nittany Lions, along with quarterback Justin Fields, but is now reopening his recruitment. The 6-foot-3, 234-pound prospect had taken recent visits to other programs, including Ohio State, which was part of the decision to back off his original commitment.

Penn State's recruiting class had been ranked No. 2 overall, with the second most ESPN 300 commitments behind only Miami. The Nittany Lions now have eight ESPN 300 commitments, including two ranked in the top 20 of the ESPN 300.

Sunday, 23 April 2017 23:26

UCLA[1] received some big news Sunday at an important position, as No. 3 dual-threat quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson[2] of the Class of 2018 announced his commitment to the Bruins.

Thompson-Robinson, the nation's No. 50 overall prospect, chose UCLA over Michigan as his two finalists, but he held offers from Alabama, Florida State, Georgia, LSU, Miami, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas and others.

It's a vital commitment at quarterback for the Bruins, who made a big splash at the position in the 2015 class when they signed No. 2 pocket passer and No. 50 overall prospect Josh Rosen[3]. But in the next two classes, the Bruins missed on several top targets and did not sign an ESPN 300 quarterback, bringing in four-star Devon Modster[4] and a pair of three-stars, Matt Lynch[5] and Austin Burton[6].

The Bruins could be in need of a starting quarterback in 2018 if Rosen has a successful 2017 season and leaves early for the 2018 NFL draft. Thompson-Robinson has enough ability that he could show well in an open competition to replace Rosen and potentially step in as a true freshman starter.

Of course, it's slightly premature to discuss Thompson-Robinson as a starting quarterback at UCLA, considering he hasn't yet started a game at Las Vegas Bishop Gorman. Stuck behind Ohio State spring enrollee Tate Martell[7] for the past few seasons, Thompson-Robinson has attempted only 48 passes and will take over as the starter this fall as a senior.

In fact, he caught more passes than he completed last year. He went 21-for-31 for 269 yards and three touchdowns as a quarterback, and caught 22 passes for 397 yards and eight touchdowns as a wide receiver.

Thompson-Robinson is the third ESPN 300 prospect from Bishop Gorman to announce his college decision, joining linebacker Palaie Gaoteote[8], who committed to USC, and tight end Brevin Jordan[9], who committed to Miami. Prior to Jordan's pledge to the Hurricanes, he and Thompson-Robinson spoke often of heading to the same college as a package deal. It could be worth watching to see whether Thompson-Robinson and the UCLA staff continue to recruit Jordan hard.

This commitment bookends a nice weekend for UCLA, which picked up a commitment from ESPN 300 wide receiver Kyle Philips[10] on Friday and now has eight verbal pledges in the 2018 class.

Michigan likely will turn its attention to two other quarterbacks it has offered: Joe Milton[11], an ESPN 300 prospect and the nation's No. 8 dual-threat quarterback, and Tyler Shough[12], a three-star pocket passer from Arizona who has had a big spring, adding offers from Alabama, South Carolina, Washington State and others.