Georgia adds another bit of good news with yet another commitment for its 2019 class. The Bulldogs adds its second commitment in three days with Xavier Truss. He took to Twitter Sunday afternoon and announced his commitment to Georgia. His commitment marks the first offensive tackle of the 2019 class. Continue Reading
At Kirby Smart Football Camp, elementary, middle, and high school kids were thrown into a real Georgia football practice where they all advanced their skills on the football field. They learned what it was like to be a true Georgia Bulldog, and from what I’ve seen and heard they all thoroughly enjoyed the camp, so I’d like you to hear what their favorite part was and what is so special about the camp!
Georgia found its quarterback for the 2019 class. John Rhys Plumlee took to Twitter and announced his commitment to the Bulldogs Friday night. His commitment gives Georgia nine pledges for the 2019 class and the first one since the end of April. Continue Reading
ATHENS, Ga. — Georgia track and field junior Denzel Comenentia has been named one of the 10 semifinalists for The Bowerman, which is given annually to the nation’s most elite collegiate male and female in the sport.
This announcement from the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) comes a day after Lady Bulldog senior Keturah Orji and freshman Lynna Irby were included as two of the 10 women’s semifinalists.Continue Reading
NCAA has approved a couple of rules changes that will have an impact on the college football landscape from the minute they take effect. The most widely heralded change will allow athletes to transfer with having to obtain permission from their schools. Continue Reading
Georgia track and field freshman Lynna Irby and senior Keturah Orji have been named two of the 10 semifinalists for The Bowerman, which is given annually to the nation’s most elite collegiate male and female.
Orji, who was named the National Women’s Field Athlete of the Year for the fourth time by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) earlier on Wednesday, became the first four-time semifinalist (2015-18) in the award history. She was also one of three finalists for The Bowerman in 2016 and 2017.Continue Reading
Petros Kyprianou said during this interview that a recruit’s father told him recently that Kyprianou has “made Georgia sexy” by winnin the women’s indoor and men’s outdoor national championships this year. Recruiting is the lifeblood of all college sports and nothing sells recruits like national championships – that parent is on target.
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University of Georgia pitcher/outfielder C.J. Smith is among the 32 standout players named to the the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) Freshman All-American Team, the organization announced Monday.
A 6-1, 186-pound native of Royston, Ga., Smith made 14 appearances on the mound with five starts and posted a 1-2 record and a 2.48 ERA. He registered 27 strikeouts in 36.1 innings pitched. His first career victory came over Georgia Tech at SunTrust Park in front of a crowd of 17,741 that completed a series sweep. Also, he appeared in 27 games as a position player with 17 starts in centerfield, one in right field and one as a designated hitter. Smith batted .300 with two doubles, a home run and nine RBI in 80 at bats. He fielded perfect 1.000 in 44 total chances as an outfielder. Smith was named to the NCBWA Freshman All-American Second Team as a utility player.Continue Reading
The Lady Bulldogs fell one point shy of sweeping indoor and outdoor nationals to take second at the NCAA Track & Field Championships in Eugene, Ore., on Saturday.
The Georgia women used seven scorers to score 52 points and finish a point behind Southern California (53) for the title. The Trojans won the final 4×400-meter relay to clinch the one-point victory after Oregon accomplished the same feat last year to top the Lady Bulldogs by 1.8 points. Stanford (51), Kentucky (46) and Florida (42) rounded out the top five on the women’s side this year.Continue Reading
USCw edged Georgia by one point in the last race of the event. It was an amazing race that included a ruling of incidental contact in favor of Southern Cal:
You gotta see this! #ncaaTF https://t.co/vT2sSrKkIR
The Bulldogs captured their first national team track and field title with 52 points at the NCAA Championships in Eugene, Ore., on Friday.
This team title for the Bulldog men comes three months after the Lady Bulldogs captured their first team title at the 2018 NCAA Indoor Championships.Continue Reading
The Songwriters Hall of Fame has announced its class of 2018, and two Bulldogs are on the list. UGA alumni Bill Anderson ABJ ’59 and Steve Dorff ABJ ’71 are two of the 10 songwriters and musicians to be welcomed into the hall of fame this year, alongside household names like Alan Jackson and John Mellencamp.
The inductees will be celebrated at the Hall of Fame’s 49th annual induction and awards ceremony in New York. Anderson, who grew up outside of Atlanta, is not only an accomplished songwriter but also a world-renowned country singer, earning the famed nickname “Whisperin’Bill” for his soft vocal style. His songwriting credits include collaborations with artists like Conway Twitty, Kenny Chesney, and Brad Paisley. Dorff is a popular songwriter and composer who has written songs for artists like George Strait and Kenny Rogers. His career has included both country and popular music credits, alongside many compositions for film and television. He is a three-time Grammy and six-time Emmy nominee.