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stories from | Sep 03, 2017
Lee County (GA) safety/linebacker Otis Reese constantly had coaches around him at Saturday’s game against Appalachian State. Linebackers coach Glenn Schumann spent a lot of time with the four-star defender, and outside linebackers coach Kevin Sherrer took him aside with his group of friends about an hour before kickoff. It’s clear he’s a top priority and very coach on the sideline made sure to come say hello to him and his family.Full Story
stories from | Sep 03, 2017
Georgia’s secondary was already without starting cornerback Malkom Parrish with a foot injury that still had him in a walking boot and on crutches Saturday.Full Story
stories from | Sep 03, 2017
In the fourth quarter when Georgia had a comfortable lead over Appalachian State Saturday, more than half of Georgia’s defense included true freshmen on the field at the same time.Full Story
stories from | Sep 02, 2017
The jobs for players on Georgia coverage units were eased Saturday night by the punting of Cameron Nizialek and the kickoffs of Rodrigo Blankenship.Full Story
stories from | Sep 02, 2017
Staff reportsFull Story
stories from | Sep 02, 2017
As expected, all eyes were on the quarterback tonight. But not Jacob Eason - Jake Fromm.Full Story
stories from | Sep 02, 2017
While quarterback Jacob Eason’s first-quarter injury posed some temporary challenges for No. 15 Georgia in its 31-10 season-opening victory over Appalachian State Saturday, it may have been more troublesome for the Mountaineers.Full Story
stories from | Sep 02, 2017
To Georgia coach Kirby Smart, the Bulldogs did exactly what they should have done defensively in a 31-10 win over visiting Appalachian State Saturday.Full Story
stories from | Sep 02, 2017
Offense B+Full Story
stories from | Sep 02, 2017
As Year 2 of the Kirby Smart era at Georgia dawned Saturday, Bulldogs fans brought high spirits and high expectations.Full Story
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