At halftime of the Clemson-Georgia game, many began to question the Bulldogs’ use of Todd Gurley. The star junior running back had just five touches through two quarters, with the contest tied, 21-21.
The people questioning Mark Richt’s use of his star included the player himself.
“First half, they didn’t really give me the ball,” Gurley said post-game, “so I started...
Georgia's head coach Mark Richt picked up some students caught in the rain on campus.
The Georgia football team is hoping to do something this season it hasn’t in nearly 10 years: win the SEC.
The Bulldogs, who last won the conference in 2005, are a serious contender to win the SEC East and play in the conference championship game.
Mark Richt’s program will be attempting to notch wins on a different looking field. The Bulldogs have changed the way they cut...
Expectations are high for the Georgia football football team this season. The Bulldogs, ranked No. 12 in the preseason AP Poll, are many people’s pick to win the SEC East.
ESPN’s Desmond Howard thinks Mark Richt’s squad will surpass the expectations.
The World Wide Leader broadcasted a “Season Preview” episode of its “College GameDay” program this morning. At the...
This is actually really impressive. I guess head coaches are up for just about anything to help get their guys through camp. [Instagram]
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A familiar theme surfaced during a Mark Richt press conference to kick off fall camp.
Off-field player issues.
You might have heard -- Mark Richt has lost control of his program.
For, like, the seventh straight year.
That's the convenient narrative.
Yes, Georgia has had its share of problems with players, this offseason included. At least five players have faced...
Prospective employees in the job market aren’t the only ones who should be wary of what they post on social media to protect their jobs.
College football players need to be smart, too, apparently.
Georgia Bulldogs head football coach Mark Richt says he cut a recruit after the coach wasn’t fond of the unidentified player’s posts on Twitter.
Richt told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution...
Social media giveth and social media taketh away.Such was the case when Mark Richt recently revealed that he pulled a scholarship offer from a player committed to the Georgia program because of the commit's behavior on Twitter.The Atlanta-Journal-Constitution has more on the story:“There’s guys that we drop from the recruiting process because of things that we may find out...
A few days ago, Penn State offensive line coach/run game coordinator Herb Hand made headlines for tweeting out that he stopped recruiting a player due to their “social media presence.” Apparently, this practice is a more common than we know, as Georgia head coach Mark Richt said on Friday that he has also ended his recruitment of players due to their conduct on social media....