Defensive lineman Jay Hayes is the second graduate transfer to join the Bulldogs for this upcoming season, joining Murray State punter Landon Stratton. It’s part of a recent trend of Georgia adding grad transfers.
A trio of starting defensive backs are no longer with the Georgia football program. Therefore, the Bulldogs have some ongoing competition to fill those spots. One DB was called a potential breakout player by safety J.R. Reed.
Georgia had a season to remember in 2017 by finishing 13-2 and as the runner-up to Alabama in the national championship. But while it was a great year, the Bulldogs don’t want to be satisfied with what it accomplished in the past.
Georgia recently landed a transfer commitment from former California receiver Demetris Robertson. Head coach Kirby Smart spoke about his excitement with being able to land the player he recruited out of high school two years ago.
Georgia defensive end Jonathan Ledbetter has been cross-training at the outside linebacker position to give the Bulldogs football team more flexibility against the run, he said at SEC Media Days in Atlanta, GA.
Monty Rice flipped his commitment from LSU to Georgia, and UGA football has benefited, head coach Kirby Smart said during SEC Media Days. Rice is now part of a revamped group of inside linebackers for the Bulldogs.
While Georgia didn’t take the stage to open SEC Media Days, it still saw some news generated with its program. That’s because offensive lineman recruit Warren McClendon pledged to play football for the Bulldogs.
Former California receiver Demetris Robertson decided on his transfer destination Saturday afternoon. Choosing between Alabama, Georgia and West Virginia, Robertson ultimately decided on continuing his football career with the Bulldogs.
Former Georgia tight ends coach and special teams coordinator Shane Beamer took a promotional opportunity at Oklahoma after wrestling with the idea for a week. He explained one of the major deciding factors in why he left Georgia.
Former NFL head coach Bruce Arians had a lot of positive things to say about the state of Georgia's quarterback room, which features sophomore Jake Fromm and freshman Justin Fields. Arians got to see them practice this spring.
Georgia quarterback Jake Fromm has had an eventful offseason on the minor injury front. But head coach Kirby Smart said his young quarterback isn't doing anything different from what he did when he was in college.
Search for a location for home for injured football player Devon Gales is over, funds have come in for the construction, but it needs a designer to make it accessible. Gales, who played for Southern, was hurt in game against UGA in 2015.
George quarterback Jake Fromm faces stiff competition from freshman Justin Fields of Harrison this season. For the third consecutive year, Bulldogs head coach Kirby Smart will face questions about the quarterback position.
Georgia freshman quarterback Justin Fields recently spent some time on a practice field with former Clemson and current Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson. Watson won a national championship while with the Tigers.
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.