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2015 Schedule
0-0, 1st in SEC - East
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Georgia ready to kick off against the Warhawks (3:46)
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Who's under pressure in the SEC? (4:38)
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Elijah Holyfield's unique announcement

Evander Holyfield was "The Real Deal" ... and so was his son's verbal commitment to play football at the University of Georgia on Friday. Bring on the puppies

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Holyfield's son commits to Georgia (1:45)
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Scout's Take: Elijah Holyfield

Holyfield should fit well within a Georgia offensive system that is not afraid to ride running backs -- like Todd Gurley and Nick Chubb, writes Tom Luginbill. Well-rounded (Insider)

Georgia looks to jump

In Mark Schlabach's preseason prediction extravaganza, he tabs the Bulldogs as the favorites of the SEC East. Even if they manage to win the division, can they finally conquer the SEC Championship Game? Schlabach's list of lists

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Who's in? Georgia

Can Georgia finally break through the SEC and reach the College Football Playoff? The Bulldogs' campaign begins Saturday against Louisiana-Monroe. Who's in? Georgia

Holyfield's son commits to Georgia

ESPN 300 RB Elijah Holyfield, son of former heavyweight champ Evander Holyfield, committed to the Bulldogs today over Auburn, Tennessee, Alabama and South Carolina. He rushed for 1,735 yards and scored 28 TDs last season at Woodward Academy in Atlanta.

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12hGerry Hamilton

Real deal: Holyfield's son commits to Georgia

ESPN 300 running back Elijah Holyfield, the son of former heavyweight boxing champion Evander Holyfield, has decided to stay home and attend Georgia, he announced Friday.

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13hEdward Aschoff

SEC viewer's guide: Week 1

Louisville-Auburn and Wisconsin-Alabama are the games to watch this week as we present a look at the SEC lineup for Week 1.

Bulldogs favored again in opener

Including Georgia's upcoming opener against Louisiana-Monroe, the Bulldogs have been the favorite in 17 consecutive games.

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Tom Luginbill picks impact freshman (1:31)

Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

With Jake Rudock getting the start for Michigan, that means seven teams, including six Top 25 teams, could end up starting QBs this season who were playing elsewhere within the last two years. The wild card is Alabama, but Jake Coker is the expected starter for the Tide. He was with FSU two years ago. Rudock, who threw an interception on his first series, is a graduate transfer from Iowa. The others are Vernon Adams at Oregon (Eastern Washington), Everett Golson at FSU (Notre Dame), Chad Kelly at Ole Miss (Clemson), Greyson Lambert at Georgia (Virginia) and Baker Mayfield at Oklahoma (Texas Tech).

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Seven bizarre college football stadium facts

A mascot mausoleum, a rehabbed garbage dump and massive telescope mirrors ... who knew the strange history that lurks around, under and inside some of college football's most hallowed stadiums?

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Gary: Being No. 1 in the country 'makes me work harder' (1:46)

2015 Team Stats

Passing Yards199.986th
Rushing Yards255.012th
Points For41.035th
Points Against21.223rd

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