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One of the top linebackers in the state of Georgia is Kelvin Sheppard. Sheppard is a very athletic outside linebacker out of Stone Mountain, Ga. Many unofficial visits were taken over the summer and he added one more this past weekend. Sheppard drove over to Athens for the second week in a row for an unofficial. He talks about his visit and his favorites right here with[more]

Munzenmaier to UGA
by Chad Simmons
One of the hidden gems in the state of Georgia this year is Fred Munzenmaier of Norcross High School. He was sitting on eight offers until his the most recent one arrived. Offer number nine came in and it was from Georgia and that led him to give Georgia his commitment shortly there after. He talks about his decision right here at [more]

Dawgs serious about ULM
by Brad Harrison
Georgia head coach Mark Richt has done a lot since his arrival in December of 2000 to bring back memories of a time when Vince Dooley roamed the sidelines as the Bulldogs' head coach, leading the Bulldogs to the 2002 SEC title and a place among the nation's top 10 programs. This week, he's stealing another page from Dooley, building up Saturday's opponent, Louisiana-Monroe, as a team with a great chance of upsetting the Dawgs. [more]

Brown takes a breather

It was a career high day for sophomore tailback Thomas Brown. The 144 yards he amassed in the 17-15 win over South Carolina is his most so far in a single game, and has put him at No. 2 in the SEC in total yards rushed so far this season. All this after just eight carries for just 42 yards in week one. "I really do not focus on it because I know there are going to be games when I get a lot of touches and some games I may not," said the sophomore from Tucker. [more]

Georgia no longer has an interception problem :twisted: 8)

After intercepting fewer passes than all but three Division I-A teams last season, the No. 9 Bulldogs knew they needed to create more turnovers in the passing game. Most of the focus was on new techniques, better skills and different game plans, but first-year defensive coordinator Willie Martinez wanted a change in attitude, too.

Towards the end of June, Ricky Sapp, the number two ranked player in South Carolina, gave his verbal commitment to the Clemson Tigers. His verbal commitment still stands, but he has opened his recruitment back up just a bit. What other schools will get visits from Sapp? Find out right here![more]

Jennings: A Rivalry Game

Growing up in Orangeburg, S.C., Tim Jennings followed Clemson and South Carolina closely. Now, he has a chance to end his college career with a perfect record against both of them. "I just want to go out of there undefeated so I'll have something to talk about at home," Jennings said. Jennings, a 5-foot, 8-inch senior cornerback for the Bulldogs weighing in at 172 pounds, hasn't tasted defeat against either the Gamecocks or Tigers. [more]

Ready for first official

Summer workouts, two a days, camps, combines and the first day of school have all come and gone. Last week (September 1st) the coaches were allowed to call the prospects, and Micah Johnson received quite a few calls. College football kicked off last weekend and now Johnson is set to take official visits. The University of Georgia will get Johnson's first of his five official visits and that visit will start Friday. He talks about what he will look for in a school during an official right here. [more]

Richt happy with Monday practice

The Georgia football team turned its attention to this week's Southeastern Conference opener with a practice session on Monday that lasted approximately 90 minutes.

Richt talks BSU/USC :twisted:

Fresh off a :lol: 48-14 dispatching of No. 18 Boise State, Mark Richt and the No. 13 Georgia Bulldogs are getting ready to face another passing attack Saturday when Steve Spurrier's "Cock N' Fire" offense comes to town. Richt, who coached against Spurrier in 2001 at Georgia, also faced Spurrier as an assistant at Florida State from 1990 to 2000. Just from watching Thursday night's ESPN broadcast, he saw a lot of familiar images from the Gamecock offense in their 24-15 :idea: win over UCF.

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Boise State Press Conference
8/30/2005 - Football
" 8) We're excited about this game, its been talked about a lot, probably more than most for us, and that's because we're playing a great team. Boise State has a very talented football team, they are very well coached. It's a team that wins almost every time they play. I have a lot of respect for what Coach Hawkins has done with that program. I think they've won 44 games in four years and only lost six." :oops: More>>

Wednesday Practice Notes :lol:
by Todd Unzicker
The Georgia Bulldogs held practice in shorts and helmets in what head coach Mark Richt called a "dress-dress rehearsal." Normally, Thursdays before a game day are reserved for no contact and mental aspects of the upcoming game but the coaching staff felt that the players had enough of banging and needed two days of non contact. :twisted: [more]

Dennis Roland is a big man on a big offensive line. The 6-foot-9, 309 pound senior tackle has been on the two-deep depth chart for all of his career and started in 2004, and has emerged as a leader of the 2005 Georgia offense. spoke with the Coffee County Hustle Award winning after practice one Wednesday and here is a brief transcript of what he had to say.

Senior cornerback Tim Jennings has seen a lot of good passing teams and wide receivers in his career at Georgia, and this Saturday the season opener against Boise State will be nothing new. caught up with Jennings Wednesday after practice to get his thoughts on how game preparations are going, his take on the Bronco offense, and other issues. Here is a Q&A. "People like to talk a lot about them because of the kind of past that they have had, but they have not come across a team like Georgia....."

by Jeremy Crabtree of
Teams from all over the country have already racked up quite a few commitments – Texas already has 24 pledges and North Carolina is right behind them with 22 – but for most college programs around the nation, recruiting season officially heats up on Thursday. That's when for the first time since May college coaches can contact recruits on the telephone.[more]

Jancek Confident
by Steve Patterson
John Jancek has a lot of big shoes to fill. Not only is he taking over for Brian VanGorder as Georgia's linebacker coach, but he is also fielding a first team unit that were not starters in 2004. Nevertheless, he is confident as the Bulldogs head into their season opener against Boise State this Saturday. [more]

SEC Storylines - Week I
by Brent Beaird
Football season in the SEC begins this Thursday night with Central Florida traveling to South Carolina and Wake Forest hosting Vanderbilt. There are many interesting themes in the first week of season. Rece Davis, studio host of ESPN's GameDay Final, shares some of his opinions on the important storylines of the SEC openers. [more]

Dawgs hope to outlast Broncos
by Steve Patterson

It seems as if took forever to get here, but at long last it is; Georgia will open the 2005 season against Boise State this coming Saturday in Athens. "I remember back in the spring I was like: we've got to go through the whole summer, we've got to go through fall camp, we've got to go through so much just to get to September 3rd," said quarterback D.J. Shockley. "Now all that flew by and the summer went so fast and now it's here - it's really here." [more]

Sanders, Knighton, Reynolds meet in Macon :twisted:

The Observer (Registration Required) | 8 hours ago
It was a reunion of sorts for three former Colquitt County players when Valdosta State met Fort Valley State on Saturday at Henderson Field in Macon in the season-opener for both teams.2.7
Topics: Sports, University of Georgia, NCAA Football
Big shoes to fill

Brunswick News | 20 hours ago
ATHENS - Quentin Moses knows how all those guys coming along after Herschel Walker must have felt.2.7
Topics: Sports, Cincinnati Bengals, NFL, University of Georgia, NCAA Football

Growing up in Athens town . . .
Atlanta Journal-Constitution (Registration Required) | 22 hours ago
I grew up Red & Black. My grandfather played baseball for Wally Butts down in Milledgeville ... I could hear the constant chant, "It's great to be a Georgia Bulldog.2.7

Topics: Sports, NCAA Basketball, NCAA Women's Basketball, Georgia Bulldogs Women's Basketball, Georgia Bulldogs Basketball, University of Georgia, NCAA Football
On to the big kennel... presented by Peasley Transfer & Storage.
KTIK Boise | Yesterday
Oh yeah, the Bronco Stadium of the new century has been rockina . More often than not now ita s sold out, and it will be again this season.2.7
Topics: Sports, Boise State Broncos Football, Boise State University, University of Georgia, NCAA Football
Sizing up the SEC East
The Birmingham News (Registration Required) | Sunday
RECORD: 10-3, 7-1 SEC COACH: Phillip Fulmer . BET ON IT: The Vols are the league's most talented team, with two top QBs , breakout TB Gerald Riggs Jr.2.7
Topics: Sports, Florida Gators Football, University of Kentucky, University of Florida, Kentucky Wildcats Football, University of Georgia, NCAA Football
QB or not QB?the Associated Press
The Sun Herald | Sunday
Micheal Spurlock bided his time for three years behind Mississippi's star quarterback Eli Manning.2.7
Topics: Sports, University of Georgia, NCAA Football
Broncos thrive on play action
Atlanta Journal-Constitution (Registration Required) | Yesterday
Athens At first look, Boise State might appear to be one of those offensive ooh and aah teams.2.7
Topics: Sports, Boise State Broncos Football, University of Georgia, Boise State University, NCAA Football
Terry's Preseason Sweet 16
Yahoo | Friday Aug 26
USC 2. Texas 3. Tennessee 4. Ohio State 5. Michigan 6. LSU 7. Virginia Tech 8. Oklahoma 9. Miami 10.2.7
Topics: Sports, Florida Gators Football, University of Florida, Florida State University, Ohio State Buckeyes Football, University of Southern California, Ohio State University, USC Trojans Football, Florida State Seminoles Football, Michigan Wolverines Football, University of Georgia, University of Michigan, NCAA Football
Brotherly love brings backs together
The Red and Black | Friday Aug 26
Left to right, Thomas Brown, Kregg Lumpkin and Danny Ware pose for portraits outside of the Butts-Mehre building after practice Wednesday evening.
Topics: University of Georgia, NCAA Football
From athlete to quarterback
Atlanta Journal-Constitution (Registration Required) | Saturday Aug 27
And so far, those talents have carried the senior right into the top spot on the roster for the 13th-ranked Bulldogs.2.7
Topics: Sports, University of Georgia, NCAA Football
8/26 Early schedule loaded for Navarro
Corsicana Daily Sun | Friday Aug 26
The Navarro Bulldogs get things going Saturday night against the Tyler Junior College Apaches at Chapel Hill High School after scrimmaging Kilgore College last Saturday at Tiger Field.2.9
Topics: Sports, University of Georgia, NCAA Football
Thomson Football Team Rallies Around Teammate
WAGT | Friday Aug 26
On July 24th, Sgt. James Kinlow was killed while serving in Iraq. The news stunned Kinlow's hometown of Thomson and it's left a lasting impression on the Bulldogs football team.2.7
Topics: Sports, University of Georgia, NCAA Football
Southern accent
Daily News | Friday Aug 26
Patrick Turner and Kyle Moore knew they were different than their USC teammates before they ever met.2
Topics: Sports, Tennessee Titans, University of Southern California, USC Trojans Football, NFL, University of Georgia, NCAA Football
Georgia scrimmages at Sanford Stadium
WDUN Gainesville | Friday Aug 26
U.S. House of Rep. U.S. Senate The White House U.S. Rep. Nathan Deal U.S. Senator Saxby Chambliss U.S. Senator Johnny Issacson State State of Georgia Ga.2.7
Topics: Sports, University of Georgia, NCAA Football
No. 3 Rome visits Cedartown
The Cedartown Standard | Thursday Aug 25
Cedartown Head Coach Matt Hollis is shown in the above photo sitting down with starting quarterback Drew Forston during Friday night's win over Paulding County.2.7
Topics: Sports, University of Georgia, NCAA Football
Trojans have outstanding showing in preseason jamboree
Suwanee Democrat (Registration Required) | Thursday Aug 25
The Hamilton County Fighting Trojans traveled to Mayo last Thursday for preseason jamboree action against the host Mayo Hornets and the Perry Bulldogs.2.7
Topics: Sports, University of Georgia, NCAA Football
Deacon's Corner
The Cleburne News | Thursday Aug 25
As summer quickly becomes fall, Friday evenings on high school campuses around the state have one focus, football.2
Topics: Sports, University of Georgia, NCAA Football
No. 1 state prospect is huge on the recruiting map
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer | Wednesday Aug 24
While he may not have a blue ox named Babe, Justin Anderson appears to be cut from the same mold as Paul Bunyan.3.4
Topics: Sports, High School Football, University of Georgia, NCAA Football
The Best and Worst in UF history (Registration Required) | Wednesday Aug 24
You can't go back in time except in your mind. I've thought about different milestones in my life, the good and the bad.2.7
Topics: Sports, Florida Gators Football, University of Florida, University of Georgia, NCAA Football
Jackson Herald | Wednesday Aug 24
Its a young Commerce squad, but one that felt it had to uphold an old reputation.1.3
Topics: Sports, University of Georgia, NCAA Football
Players endure longest wait
Atlanta Journal-Constitution (Registration Required) | Wednesday Aug 24
ATHENS Welcome to "Are we there yet?" week. Players are tired of practicing. Fans are tired of waiting.2.7
Topics: Sports, University of Georgia, NCAA Football
Lowndes, Valdosta win openers
The Observer (Registration Required) | Tuesday Aug 23
MOULTRIE a " Defending Class AAAAA state champion Lowndes High was not expected to struggle with Tri-Cities in its opener on Friday at Martin Stadium.2.7
Topics: Sports, University of Georgia, NCAA Football
'Air Raid' offense stuffs Comets
Atlanta Journal-Constitution (Registration Required) | Saturday Aug 20
As much of a deal as South Gwinnett students made about David Montgomery North Gwinnett transfer and "traitor" as they chanted at him during the coin toss all the senior running back really was Friday night was ...2.7
Topics: Sports, University of Georgia, NCAA Football
Longwell kicks Packers to win over Chargers
The Fresno Bee | Friday Aug 12
Fresno State football faces new conference opponents and new challenges this season.2.9
Topics: Sports, Fresno State Bulldogs Football, California State University, Fresno, San Diego Chargers, NFL, University of Georgia, Green Bay Packers, NCAA Football
Weis refuses to let Irish be mediocre
Atlanta Journal-Constitution (Registration Required) | Sunday Aug 21
The first thing you notice about Charlie Weis is not only is he evolving into the next Rockne, Leahy, Parseghian and Holtz before the Fighting Irish's eyes, but nobody fibbed about his unyielding ways.2.7
Topics: Sports, University of Notre Dame, University of Georgia, NCAA Football, Notre Dame Fighting Irish Football
Summer not best of times for University
The Red and Black | Thursday Aug 11
At least four members of the University community died this summer. The University lost its second serviceman in the war in Iraq when graduate 1st Lt.
Topics: University of Georgia, NCAA Football
Gibson makes most of opportunity
Herald-Standard | Thursday Aug 11
By his own admission, rookie wide receiver Fred Gibson got off to a slow start. However, he's picked up the pace this week.2.7
Topics: Sports, Pittsburgh Steelers, NFL, University of Georgia, NCAA Football
Bulldogs Miller gives up football
The Macon Telegraph | Wednesday Aug 10
Bartley Miller had a rough day of practice Monday. It turned out to be the last in a long string of tough days for the junior offensive lineman.2.7
Topics: Sports, University of Georgia, NCAA Football
Robinson's Road Trip
Yahoo | Friday Aug 5
GEORGETOWN, Ky. It was over an hour into practice and the Cincinnati Bengals ' next vital link to the run defense was getting chewed out again.2.7
Topics: Sports, Cincinnati Bengals, University of Georgia, NCAA Football
Bengals, second-round pick agree to deal
WIXT East Syracuse | Tuesday Aug 2
A new treatment that could drastically reduce the risk of suicide attempts. Home News Storm Team Family Healthcast Consumer Orange Extra Athlete of the Week NFL Playbook NHL Zone NCAA Basketball NCAA Football ...2.7
Topics: Sports, University of Georgia, NCAA Football
MEET and GREET: Pough and other coaches meet fans in Columbia
The Times and Democrat | Jul 27, 2005
COLUMBIA , It was a Dog Day in the Capital City in more ways than one on Tuesday.3.2
Topics: Sports, University of Georgia, NCAA Football
Governor Perdue Announces Executive Appointments
The Weekly | Jul 26, 2005
Governor Sonny Perdue announced today the following executive appointments. Board of Community Affairs H. Clifford "Cliff" Sheppard, Jr., 53, Sandersville, GA Third Congressional District - Sheppard is the ...2.7
Topics: Sports, University of Georgia, NCAA

A.J. & T.J. ready

by Steve Patterson
One of the burning questions around Athens the past few months has been who would step up at receiver to replace those who left following the 2004 season. Starters Bryan McClendon and Sean Bailey have been able to hold down the first team assignments, but for the longest time nobody really surfaced from the gaggle of talent behind them to provide depth, but late last week the picture began to come clear. [more]

Lumpkin talks comeback
by Todd Unzicker

Fans may feel like it is taking forever for the season to begin but it has felt especially long for running back Kregg Lumpkin. In the opening practice a year ago, Lumpkin tore his ACL and was forced to redshirt last season. Now, Lumpkin is simply ready to show that he will back a factor again in the SEC. Lumpkin talks about his comback, the difference between his new and old running back coach, and thoughts on Boise State.[more]

Saturday Practice Notebook :D
by Todd Unzicker

Head coach Mark Richt was pleased with his teams' effort today, one week from the season opener against Boise State, in practice. "I look at it from the type of tempo we have and what kind of energy we have," said Richt. "The number one offense looked very sharp today."[more]

2006 Football 101 Applications now Available
"Football 101 For Women" is a course offered by Coach Mark Richt and the Georgia coaching staff to teach the game of football and to help endow a women's scholarship. More»

Golston Earns Leon Farmer Strength and Conditioning Award
Senior Kedric Golston has been awarded the 2005 Leon Farmer Strength and Conditioning Award, head coach Mark Richt announced on Thursday. Golston's honor tops what was an impressive summer of weight room results by the entire Georgia football team. More»

UGA Linebacker Tony Taylor Named to Butkus Award Watch List
University of Georgia junior linebacker Tony Taylor was one of 65 collegiate linebackers named to the 2005 Butkus Award Watch List, according to an announcement this week by the Downtown Athletic Club of Orlando, Inc. More»

Coach Richt presents Damon Evans with Check
The Football 101 session held recently on the University of Georgia campus has resulted in a scholarship for future Lady Bulldog athletes. More»

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