Sports Round-Up

October 21, 2011 by  

No excuse for coaches behaving badly, reads a headline on The Atlanta Journal-Constitution website. Bulldogs defensive coordinator Todd Grantham was in a postgame confrontation with Vanderbilt University’s James Franklin.

SEC investigating Georgia-Vandy fracas
The Southeastern Conference began an investigation into the heated exchange between UGA’s Todd Grantham and Vanderbilt’s James Franklin, ESPN reports.

Former UGA Quarterback David Greene Helps Raise Money for Kids Affected by HIV/AIDS in Savannah
UGA HEROs held a fundraiser to help youth in Savannah attend Camp High Five, a summer program designed for kids affected by HIV/AIDS. Former UGA quarterback David Greene was the special guest, the WSAV website reports.

Dawgs have 3 in updated ESPNU 150
ESPN reports that UGA is in the mix for the most desired commitments in the country, including the school’s top commits, John Theus of Jacksonville, Fla., and Jonathan Taylor of Millen, Ga.

UGA Mark Richt sings ‘Happy Birthday’ to football recruit
Newnan High School’s Tray Matthews received a personalized birthday wish from UGA head coach Mark Richt. Matthews turned 17 Tuesday, reports The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

 

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