The first-team defense led the Black team to victory Saturday in Georgia's spring game. Here are five things we learned from the annual scrimmage.
With G-Day upon us, here are the players and positions to watch at Georgia's spring game.
Georgia's third junior day of 2014 was to be an exclusive, invite-only event. Weather marred the turnout, but the prospects in attendance made the most of it.
The Georgia Bulldogs have plenty of big names coming in for the one-day Mark Richt Camp on Saturday.
While Georgia had an early lead for linebacker Naim Mustafaa, Georgia Tech has entered the mix. The battle could come down to the two rivals
Among the prospects who stood out at Saturday's NFTC in Buford, Ga., were two rising juniors who hold offers from Georgia.
This week's DawgNation Roundtable takes a question from a DawgNation Insider subscriber: "What is the No. 1 thing you will be watching in the G-Day game this Saturday?"
Carrying on the best start to a recruiting year in the Mark Richt era, Snellville, Ga., linebacker Reggie Carter committed Monday to the Georgia Bulldogs.
The Bulldogs prepare for their second spring scrimmage Saturday, and coaches say they're looking at individual performances that tell them someone can help out when the competition counts.
Four Grayson HS prospects, including top in-state (and maybe top national) recruit Robert Nkemdiche, spent Saturday taking in their own personalized junior day of sorts at UGA.
Some 3,500 of the Bulldog nation gathered Saturday with Vince Dooley, Mark Richt and family members to honor announcing legend Larry Munson.
Four different bowls are in the mix for Georgia, which will await decisions about Arkansas' selection before knowing its postseason fate.
Stand-up coaches seem to be a priority for RB prospect Todd Gurley out of North Carolina, and Mark Richt and Co. are near the top of his list.
With the versatility that's automatic with a receiving tight end, prospect Blake Jackson likely would see the field early at UGA, and says he would love to team up with Orson Charles.
Top targets remaining on the board were watching, and they resoundingly applauded Georgia's efforts in going from 0-2 to the SEC East title.
Excitement was everywhere Saturday for the Bulldogs' SEC East championship, and UGA's 2012, 2013 and even 2014 commits added plenty of happy interjections.