The Georgia football team made its annual trip to Camp Sunshine in Rutledge, Georgia, Wednesday afternoon. Camp Sunshine is a one-week summer camp where children with cancer can participate in a myriad of activities.
UGA landed two quality commitments over the weekend, which moved its 2019 recruiting class to No. 5 in the nation. The Bulldogs are in the running for a lot of other top prospects, which could ultimately land this class at No. 1.
The NCAA changed its rule on how redshirts will be applied in football. This means coaching staffs around the country, including UGA, will be able to use a player for four games while still applying a redshirt to him by the season's end.
A recent U.S. Supreme Court decision paved the way for each of the individual states to decide whether to allow sports betting. While the NCAA is concerned, the state of Georgia may not have sports betting arrive any time soon.
Defensive back recruit Nadab Joseph, out of Miami Norland, will not enroll at Georgia this fall. Instead, Joseph will attend Independence Community College in Kansas. The plan is for Joseph to play at Independence for two seasons.
With Georgia's 2018 football season less than three months away, the Bulldogs will likely see a few freshmen play those roles this year, such as Brenton Cox, Zamir White, Tyson Campbell, Channing TIndall and Jake Camarda.
Georgia men's basketball head coach Tom Crean was recently asked about a potential ACC proposal that would add four teams to the NCAA Tournament. The ACC suggested adding four additional play-in games to expand the field.
Of the 12 teams Georgia faces on its regular-season schedule, there are quite a few players who will be tough to compete against. Here is a list of the top 12 players the Bulldogs will go against during the upcoming 2018 season.
The 2018 college football season is less than three months away from kicking off. With that in mind, here is an early look at how each of the teams on Georgia's schedule rank when it comes to quality of opponent.
The National Football Foundation released this year's ballot for the College Football Hall of Fame, which contains a total of 176 players and 38 coaches. Among the nominees is former Georgia defensive lineman David Pollack.
The SEC voted to approve two new additions to league legislation involving graduate transfers and the serious misconduct policy. Graduate transfers will no longer need to sit out a year if they decide to attend a school in the SEC.
Georgia head men's basketball coach Tom Crean revealed who the Bulldogs will open with during the 2018-19 season Wednesday at SEC spring meetings. Georgia will open with Savannah State on Nov. 9 and may be a double-header with the women's team.
Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn had some strong words about a new NCAA rule that will limit teams to 20 headsets per game. Malzahn went as far as to call this new piece of game legislation a "joke" when speaking at SEC spring meetings.
When Jimbo Fisher took the Texas A&M head coaching job, he sought out Georgia assistant James Coley to be his offensive coordinator. While he was unable to hire him, Fisher had positive things to say about Coley at the annual SEC spring meetings.
Last year, Georgia proposed an SEC rule to allow graduate student-athletes the freedom to transfer within the conference without any penalty. Tabled a year ago, this proposal appears to have more supporters now.
Since SEC expansion, Georgia and Auburn have both run into problems when it comes to their schedules. Both head coaches, Kirby Smart and Gus Malzahn, would be in favor of the SEC balancing out their schedules in the near future.
Georgia has a talented duo at quarterback in Jake Fromm and Justin Fields. But with third-string quarterback Stetson Bennett electing to transfer, the Bulldogs are now in a precarious position in the event of injury at the position.
Georgia third-string quarterback Stetson Bennett has been contemplating a transfer from the program. His decision has been made, with the Pierce County native deciding to leave the program for a junior college.
The University of Georgia Athletics Association Board of Directors has approved a record-setting budget for the 2019 fiscal year. There will be an increase of $15.8 million to the budget for the upcoming athletics season.
While there have been discussions behind the scenes about various football-related projects, Georgia athletics director Greg McGarity said his administration is following protocol when it comes to announcing them to the public.