Georgia Rumors & News

  • 2017 4-Star LB Breon Dixon Announces Decommitment From Georgia

    College Spun "Today, Breon Dixon announced his decommitment from the Georgia Bulldogs’ football program. He released a statement on Twitter with the additional caption, “No interviews until further notice… Takin my time w the process rn.” You can read his message here: " August 21

  • 4-star DE Adam Anderson commits to Georgia for 2018

    Dawg Nation "Adam Anderson became Georgia’s newest commitment on Friday morning. The junior outside linebacker counts his blessings when few others would describe his life away from the field that way. First, there’s the impressive tally of physical traits that have led to him being rated as the nation’s..." August 06

  • Maurice Smith's mom says Nick Saban blocking transfer to Georgia

    ESPN "The mother of Alabama reserve defensive back Maurice Smith told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution that her son is being blocked from transferring to Georgia by coach Nick Saban. Smith, a senior from Sugar Land, Texas, is still listed on Alabama's roster online. With two career starts under his..." August 03

  • Georgia's Jurkovic seeks medical disqualification due to knee injuries

    Dawg Nation "Georgia offensive lineman Mirko Jurkovic is pursuing a medical disqualification, due to chronic knee trouble, head coach Kirby Smart confirmed on Monday. It’s not finalized, per Smart, but is on track. “The doctors have advised him that long term it would be better for him to put football..." July 26

  • Leonard Fournette still feels Nick Chubb's the best running back in the SEC

    Macon Telegraph "A year ago at SEC Media Days, Leonard Fournette called Nick Chubb the best running back in the SEC. After a season in which Fournette, the Heisman Trophy favorite entering the 2016 season, ran for 1,953 yards and 22 touchdowns, Fournette was asked if he’d reassessed his opinion. “I still..." July 14

  • Kirby Smart says Jonathan Ledbetter will face 'discipline' and be offered help

    Atlanta Journal-Constitution "Georgia defensive lineman Jonathan Ledbetter will be receive unspecified “discipline” after his second alcohol-related arrest, as well as what the school is calling “an intensified education, counseling, and medical assistance program.” In a statement released on Monday morning, head coach..." July 12

  • Smart says Chubb and Michel are still ‘question marks’ for opener

    Dawg Nation "Nick Chubb and Sony Michel’s availability for Georgia’s season opener is up in the air. And it’s going to take awhile before it is known. That was the takeaway from head coach Kirby Smart’s session with reporters at SEC media days on Tuesday, where he updated the injury and rehabilitation..." July 12

  • Georgia's Jonathan Ledbetter arrested Sunday

    Dawg Nation "Jonathan Ledbetter, the Georgia defensive lineman who had alcohol charges dismissed earlier this year, was arrested again on Sunday morning. Ledbetter was charged with DUI and underage possession, both misdemeanors. He was booked at 6:05 a.m. and released on $2,000 bond at 10:24 a.m., according..." July 11

  • Georgia lands 4-star running back Toneil Carter

    Today's U "The University of Georgia added to a strong 2017 recruiting class after running back Toneil Carter announced his intention to join the Bulldogs’ program." July 11

  • No. 7 DE Robert Beal commits to the Georgia Bulldogs

    Scout "Robert Beal has ended his recruitment completely this time. The No. 64-ranked prospect in the country has committed to the Georgia Bulldogs. Beal chose Georgia over Alabama, Florida State, Notre Dame, Texas and so many others. The 6-foot-4, 230 pound jumbo-athlete out of Norcross (Ga.) will..." July 05

  • Georgia RB Sony Michel breaks arm

    Yahoo! Sports "Georgia running back Sony Michel suffered a broken arm in what’s being termed an “off-field incident” over the weekend. According to UGASports.com, Michel was involved in an ATV accident Sunday evening. He had surgery for a fractured left forearm on Monday morning. He underwent successful..." July 05

  • Report: Georgia CB dismissed for stealing $30 headphones

    College Spun "The Apple earbuds, those nearly ubiquitous white circular headphones that come with every iPhone, retail for $30. Georgia freshman cornerback Chad Clay was arrested for stealing a pair on June 20, and it cost him his career with the Bulldogs. On Wednesday night, Georgia announced Clay’s dismissal...." June 23

  • Georgia's Chubb says he'll be back for opener

    The Score "Georgia running back Nick Chubb expects to be on the field and in uniform when his team opens the 2016 season against North Carolina on Sept. 3. Chubb, who missed the last half of the 2015 season due to a torn PCL in his knee, has vowed to "be ready to play in Atlanta" on Labor Day..." June 21

  • Four-star offensive lineman D'Antne Demery chooses Georgia over Alabama

    Macon Telegraph "Georgia’s class of 2017 just got bigger in numbers and in size. Brunswick offensive lineman D’Antne Demery, a four-star recruit according to the 247Sports.com composite, announced his commitment to the Bulldogs early Wednesday afternoon. Demery is a 6-foot-5 and 319-pound prospect who fits the..." June 15

  • Former Georgia Star Hines Ward Still Really Wants To Coach At His Alma Mater

    College Spun "In February, former Georgia star and longtime NFL wide receiver Hines Ward made it clear during an interview with 247Sports: he wants to coach at his alma mater. Nearly four months later, Ward still badly wishes to join former teammate Kirby Smart’s staff in Athens. In an interview with the..." June 08

  • Georgia Apologizes for Ludacris Deal, Which Cost $65,000 and a Box of Condoms

    Bleacher Report "The Georgia Bulldogs were so desperate to get an entertainment act for their spring football game they were willing to provide just about anything to the performer. Seriously. Peanut butter and jelly? Absolutely. Wine? Sure thing. Toiletries? Got it. Condoms? No problem. According to the..." May 27

  • Georgia made a dumb law to protect UGA from what seems like a made-up problem

    SB Nation "The state of Georgia has a new Open Records law meant to give the Bulldogs (and, technically, other teams) much more time than most programs to deal with public records requests. People who study these things are aghast: "I've never seen anything like this before," said David Cuillier, an..." May 16

  • After third arrest, Georgia football dismisses Chauncey Rivers

    The Red & Black "After a third arrest for marijuana possession in seven months, Georgia sophomore defensive lineman Chauncey Rivers was dismissed from the team Friday. The move is program policy, as players are removed from the team after a third violation mandates a dismissal under the UGA student-athlete drug..." May 13

  • Report: Georgia cheerleaders suffer more concussions than football players

    Sportsnaut "Apparently, it’s safer to play college football in the SEC than it is to be a cheerleader at the University of Georgia, where cheerleaders have reportedly suffered more concussions than the football players the past four years. Jon Solomon of CBS Sports reported on this Tuesday..." May 11

  • Four-star OL Netori Johnson commits to Georgia

    SI - College Football "Four-star offensive guard Netori Johnson has committed to Georgia, he announced Tuesday on Twitter. Johnson, a native of Ellenwood, Ga., is the No. 184 overall recruit in the class of 2017 and 11th-ranked player at his position, according to Scout.com. Johnson and his mother visited Georgia..." April 19

  • No. 12 CB William Poole has committed to the Georgia Bulldogs

    Scout "William Poole made Georgia work a little harder than many expected, but on Saturday, the No. 12-ranked cornerback in the country pledged to Kirby Smart and the in-state Bulldogs." April 16

  • "Kirby's Law" Will Make It Harder To Report On Georgia Athletics

    Deadspin "Georgia Governor Nathan Deal signed into law yesterday legislation that will give state university athletic departments an unprecedented right to delay responding to open records requests. This is good news for that state’s biggest programs—new UGA football coach Kirby Smart personally lobbied..." April 12

  • UGA players released on bond, face felony charges for shooting BB gun in dorm

    Dawg Nation "Georgia freshman football players Julian Rochester and Chad Clay were released from Athens-Clarke County Jail Tuesday morning on a $2,000 bond. Each player stands accused of two felonies on charges related to shooting and possessing a BB gun in their dorm room. Rochester and Clay were each..." April 12

  • Will Muschamp on Kirby Smart: 'I'm looking forward to whippin' his ass'

    Alabama "When it comes to Kirby Smart, Will Muschamp is looking forward to "whippin' his ass." Let's be clear about this: The two coaches are friends, not that it matters much. However, when Muschamp's South Carolina Gamecocks meet Smart's Georgia Bulldogs on Oct. 8 in an SEC East showdown,..." April 05

  • Georgia's Kirby Smart not budging on transfer restrictions

    The Score "Kirby Smart has faced criticism for his transfer restrictions on running back A.J. Turman, but he isn't changing his stance. The Georgia head coach wouldn't allow Turman to transfer to Miami, Florida (both in the running back's home state), or any other SEC school. Smart told Edward Aschoff of..." April 01

  • Georgia's Smart won't allow transfers to Miami

    The Score "Kirby Smart is laying down the law at Georgia. If any Bulldogs are hoping to follow former head coach Mark Richt to Miami, Smart has some news for them. "I wanted to set the precedent for the future that kids would not be able to go to Miami right away," Smart told Seth Emerson of..." March 22

  • Georgia’s Jonathan Ledbetter arrested on misdemeanor charges

    SI - College Football "Georgia sophomore defensive lineman Jonathan Ledbetter was arrested on Sunday morning on two misdemeanor charges, according to the Athens-Clark County Jail website. Ledbetter was released an hour after he was booked into jail on charges of underage possession of alcohol and possession of false..." March 22

  • 5-Star Robertson Inks Financial papers w/ UGA

    Scout "That’s according to a high-level source at UGA. This means the Bulldogs may have nearly unrestricted communication with the 5-star athlete from Savannah. Robertson has also signed the same agreement with both Cal and Georgia Tech. " March 22

  • Georgia adjusts policy, will now block transfers to certain schools

    CBS Sports "Under Mark Richt, Georgia would not restrict the future destinations of outgoing transfers, granting them full releases of their scholarships so they could continue playing at the program of their choice. Now tht Richt is gone, the Bulldogs have a new transfer policy under coach Kirby Smart..." March 20

  • Nick Chubb is progressing ‘really well’

    Dawg Nation "Nick Chubb continues to show tangible signs of progress, though as expected he will not participate in team drills during Georgia’s spring practice. “We’re excited about where he is,” head coach Kirby Smart said on Tuesday. “And he’s progressed really well.” Smart added that he couldn’t say..." March 15

  • Quarterback Jake Fromm flips commitment from Alabama to Georgia

    Alabama "Alabama has lost its class of 2017 quarterback commit. Jake Fromm, a four-star recruit from Warner Robins, Ga., flipped his commitment from Alabama to Georgia on Thursday. Fromm announced his commitment on Twitter, noting that "it feels good to be home." Fromm had been committed to..." March 03

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