UGA Football: Check Out These First Round Draft Picks from The University of Georgia

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UGA Recruiting: Zeus Discusses G-Day Visit, WIns 100 Meter Dash


“The Georgia visit was great,” White told Dawgs247. “The crowd was awesome. The game was my favorite part. Georgia is a great program that is building up again. The fans, players, and coaches are great there. Nick Chubb and Sony Michel are great guys.”




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UGA Recruiting: Dawgs Hard After Fast Rising Tight End


“I snaked through an offensive line drill to the middle of the field to where coach Smart was coaching up Eason and he goes ‘Wait’ and says hello to me and tells me to be sure to wait until after the game so he can talk to me after the game. That was cool. That was very cool,” he told DawgNation. “That showed how much he cares about getting to recruit me.”



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UGA Recruiting: Dawgs Could Land This QB if Recent Cal QB Adrian Martinez Decommit Chooses Tennessee


“It was great meeting with coach Chaney at Georgia and hear about his past,” Cooper told Scout.com. “I think all eight of the past guys he’s coached are playing in the NFL, so that’s really huge for me and what I’m looking for. I want to be developed and that’s a coach that could do that for me.



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UGA Baseball: Bulldogs Clinch Tech Series With 7-5 Win

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ATLANTA—–Georgia cruised to a 7-5 win over Georgia Tech Tuesday to clinch the season series in front of a Russ Chandler Stadium crowd of 2,373.
Georgia (17-25) used a two-out rally in the fourth to score four runs on three hits to break open a scoreless contest. With two on and two outs, sophomore designated LJ Talley got the scoring started with an RBI-single. After a walk to freshman second baseman Will Proctor, freshman centerfielder Tucker Maxwell delivered a two-run single. Freshman right fielderTucker Bradley capped the scoring with an infield single that marked his first career RBI and a 4-0 advantage.

Tech responded with single runs in the fourth and fifth frames to make it 4-2. In the seventh, sophomore catcher Michael Curry blasted a two-out, two-run shot for a 6-2 lead. It was his ninth of the year and gave him 41 RBI, both team-highs. Tech centerfielder Ryan Peurifoy closed the gap to 6-3 with a leadoff home run in the seventh. Curry added an RBI-single in the ninth. The Bulldogs scored all seven of their runs with two outs, going 5-for-14.

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UGA Track and Field: Two Dogs Earn SEC Weekly Track Honors

April 26, 2017

ATHENS, Ga. — Georgia sophomore Denzel Comenentia has been named the Southeastern Conference Men’s Field Athlete of the Week while redshirt freshman Kate Hall has earned the Women’s Freshman of the Week honor following the Bulldogs’ weekend at the Virginia Challenge.

Comenentia was named the SEC Freshman of the Week once last year indoors and once outdoors in 2016.  This marks Hall’s first weekly league honor.

The Bulldogs have now had five SEC weekly award winners outdoors.  Freshman Beatrice Llano became Georgia’s first winner following the Texas Relays and senior siblings Devon and Kendell Williams garnered conference honors after sweeping the Bulldog Decathlon/Heptathlon in Athens.

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UGA Baseball: A Quick Chat With … Michael Curry

April 26, 2017

By John Frierson
UGAAA Staff Writer

In a way, Georgia baseball catcher Michael Curry went off to college a couple of years before graduating from Gainesville (Ga.) High School. That may explain how the sophomore, who has already started 92 career games for the Bulldogs, settled in so well to a vital role on the team.

Curry grew up in the tiny and quaint western North Carolina town of Murphy, which has a population of about 2,500 and an elevation of about 1,600 feet. He moved to Gainesville for his last two years of high school to further his baseball development, helping the Red Elephants reach the Class AAAAA state championship game as a senior.

In Georgia’s 7-5 win at Georgia Tech on Tuesday night, Curry hit a two-run home run in the seventh inning that proved critical. He’s now ninth in the SEC with a .344 batting average, with a team-high nine home runs and 42 RBIs.

Curry sat in the Georgia dugout before practice Wednesday and talked Murphy and Gainesville, a little Merle Haggard, his first home run and much more. Here’s some of what he had to say:

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UGA Recruiting: Is it Over for Cox After Choosing the Buckeyes Over the Dawgs?




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