Georgia Bulldog Football News

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    Week 9 - Recruiting
    Sandwiched between the disapoint loss to Florida and the thrilling upset win over TCU, the Bulldowgs add three new members to the 2013 Georgia Bulldog family. The Bulldogs obtained commitments from 2 ESPN 150 players when 4 Star DE Joseph Rogers and 4 Star WR Mark Williams committed to Georgia. Georgia also received a commitment from 3 Star CB Vince Roland. Roland will help add depth to the secondary and Rogers will be counted on to anchor the defense line in the years to come.​
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    Week 10 Preview - #10 Georgia vs Auburn
    Week 10 will see the Georgia Bulldogs traveling to east Alabama to take on the Auburn Tigers. Georgia enters the game ranked 10th in the latest poll with a 6-2 record overall and 3-2 in the SEC. Even though the Tigers coming off a loss to Florida and enter with a 3-6 record overall and 0-6 in the SEC, the Bulldog staff knows they are a dangerous team because this is the Deep South's Oldest Rivalry so you can throw the records out the window and expect both teams to be ready to play. Auburn enters the game with one of the better rushing offense in the SEC while Georgia will counter with one of the better passing offenses. As with any SEC contest, especially between bitter rivals, the game will be deiced by which team makes the fewest mistakes and who can capitalize on those mistakes.​
     
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    Week 11 Preview & Recruiting Update

    Week 11 saw no movement on the recruiting trail for the Bulldogs following last weeks heartbreaking loss to Auburn. The Dogs fell to 22nd in the latest polls follwong the loss. Next up the Bulldogs host the Ole Miss Rebels who enter the game at 5-2 overall and 1-4 in the SEC. The Bulldog faithful are hopeful the Washun Ealey will be able to play this week and bolster the struggling Georgia running game.
     

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