For all of the goals Georgia had prior to the season, and the ones that have been accomplished, the most important one is on the line Saturday against Tech on The Flats – the State Championship. Now, 10-1 on the season, this game for the state pride is a de facto national […]
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Georgia continued preparations for Georgia Tech on Tuesday as the media got to see a brief six-minute viewing period. The Defense focused on cut blocks for the second day in a row. It was fundamental Tuesday with a twist by adjusting the usual drills to fit Tech’s style. Cut blocks are more […]
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Kirby Smart addressed the media about the tight end debacle during his press conference on Tuesday. The head coached didn’t understand why people worry about the tight ends getting the ball. According to him, they do get the ball, but they have other responsibilities to take care of as well. However, Smart mentioned a […]
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Sony Michel and Nick Chubb have played their last game in Sanford Stadium but Michel is happy the he and Chubb were able to share the load so effectively. Michel entered Georgia’s top 5 rushing list this season and his storied career has seen him share the load. For many running backs, […]
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Lorenzo Carter had a great chance of getting drafted in the last NFL draft, but he has no regrets with his decision of staying and helping lead the Bulldogs to an impressive season. Carter and the Bulldogs defense have had a vast improvement in year two under head coach Kirby Smart and […]
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