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  1. UGA week in review: Scrimmaging again

    David Ching

    ATHENS, Ga. -- With G-Day just one week away, Georgia's football team will return to Sanford Stadium this morning for its second spring scrimmage. The Bulldogs' regrouping defense won the day in the first scrimmage of spring practice, which they s...

    Blog | March 30, 2013
  2. Five remaining targets for UGA

    Kipp Adams

    With 30 commitments, the University of Georgia already has the second largest class of the 2013 cycle to date, and one of its biggest in school history. But with less than 70 players on scholarship and the possibility of 15 or more graduating or leav...

    Blog | December 06, 2012
  3. DawgNation on the radio

    Radi Nabulsi

    Georgia's victory over archrival Florida could have saved the season for the Bulldogs, but there is still a lot of football to be played. DawgNation joined ESPN's Athens affiliate 960 The Ref to talk about that and more. Some of the topics discussed ...

    Blog | October 30, 2012
  4. Game breakdown: Tennessee at Georgia

    David Ching

    TENNESSEE AT NO. 5 GEORGIA Saturday, 3:30 p.m. Sanford Stadium/Athens, Ga. CBS Records: Georgia 4-0 (2-0 SEC), Tennessee 3-1 (0-1) Last week: Georgia blasted Vanderbilt 48-3. Tennessee scored the final 17 points in the fourth quarter t...

    Blog | September 28, 2012
  5. Georgia Bulldogs show out for 30 NFL teams at UGA pro day

    David Ching

    Twelve former Bulldogs attempted to put forth their most draft-worthy efforts Monday at UGA's pro day, hoping to wow 46 scouts and team personnel from 30 NFL teams.

    Story | Conversation | March 05, 2012
  6. Prospect DeVondre Seymour could be a Georgia Bulldogs progeny

    Kipp Adams

    Careful to never overstep his place or abuse his status, NFL Pro Bowl player Richard Seymour has guided his adopted son DeVondre Seymour's development into a great 2013 prospect.

    Story | Conversation | November 30, 2011