Clemson, USC and UGA players got a shot in the UFL
Six former University of Georgia athletes showed off their skills this season as employees of the United Football League, the Anderson Independent Mail reports.
On-field success props up recruiting, reads an ESPN.com headline. UGA is making its way into the BCS standings for the first time since 2008. Are the elite prospects gravitating toward the Bulldogs?
Ranking the Five All-Time Greatest Traditions in Georgia Bulldogs Football History
A Bleacher Report columnist reminisces on his favorite experiences between the hedges, including the pre-game Dawg Walk and Calling the Dawgs during every kickoff.
Georgia falls to Alabama in Tuscaloosa
The UGA volleyball team lost to the Alabama Crimson Tide Friday, bringing its record to 9-14 overall and 5-8 in the Southeastern Conference, The Red and Black reports.
Ugly game, beautiful result for Georgia
Anderson Independent Mail reports the University of Georgia’s 24-20 football victory over the Florida Gators Saturday. The Bulldogs’ record is now 6-2 overall and 5-1 in the SEC.
Dawgs have major opportunity, reads a Fox Sports South headline. The team will try to extend its winning streak to four games Saturday against Tennessee.
Bulldogs excited about first-place tie in SEC East
Georgia, South Carolina and Florida have 2-1 league records, reports the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Georgia Notebook: Crowell named Freshman of the Week
UGA running back Isaiah Crowell has been named SEC Freshman of the Week. Through five games, Crowell is averaging 103 yards per game, topping all freshmen in the SEC, the Gainesville Times reports.
UGA Athletic Association names director for compliance
The Red & Black reports Jim Booz, former Associate Athletic Director for Compliance at the University of Virginia, has been named the Senior Associate Athletic Director for Compliance at UGA.
UGA linebacker suspended after DUI arrest
Outside linebacker Cornelius Washington has been suspended for the next two games after being arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.