Sports Round-Up

October 14, 2011 by  

Top UGA Receiver won’t play against Vandy, reads a headline on The Atlanta Journal-Constitution website. Malcolm Mitchell will be sidelined because of a pulled hamstring this week. The freshman leads the Bulldogs with 25 catches for 438 yards.

UGA’s Gilliard, Walsh receive player-of-week honors from SEC
The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports that inside linebacker Mike Gilliard was named Defensive Player of the Week while placekicker Blair Walsh was named Special Teams Player of the Week. Both players received awards for their performance during last week’s victory against Tennessee.

UGA notes: Ogletree set to return at linebacker
Starting inside linebacker Alec Ogletree is back on the field after being out since the first quarter of the season, reports The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Dawgs inspire 2014 RB commit
ESPN reports that 2014 Bulldog commitment Stanley Williams used the team’s rough start this season as an example to encourage his own high school team not to give up and to keep fighting.

O-line recruit Greg Pyke ready to experience ‘big college campus life’
Pyke, a 6-foot-6 315-pound commit from Baltimore, Md., said one of  the main reasons he committed to UGA is because of the size of the school. The offensive lineman comes from an all-boy private school with less than 300 students, The Red & Black reports.

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