Georgia coach Mark Richt announced on Tuesday that redshirt freshman receiver Uriah LeMay is transferring. LeMay had a decent spring on the field for the Dawgs, but he would likely have been buried on the depth chart with the return of Malcolm Mitchell and Justin Scott-Wesley, who had their 2013 seasons cut short by ACL injuries.
about 747 days ago | Edward Aschoff | Georgia Bulldogs
It's almost that time. Georgia is scheduled to open spring practice next week. In previous weeks, we've broken down several players and position groups to watch this spring. As we lead up to the Bulldogs' first-team workout, this week we're making five predictions related to the upcoming practices.
about 808 days ago | David Ching | Georgia Bulldogs
Georgia has another top-10 class lined up for national signing day, but its final ranking next week could rise or fall depending on how the Bulldogs finish within their own state -- particularly whether they land their top remaining target, Lorenzo Carter.
about 851 days ago | David Ching | Georgia Bulldogs
Mark Richt painted a realistic picture last week when asked what it might take for Georgia's secondary to improve beyond its dismal showing of 2013. It's a matter of inexperienced players -- basically the only kind of defensive back on the Bulldogs' roster -- developing confidence, he said.
about 881 days ago | David Ching | Georgia Bulldogs
With the camp season over and the fall season rapidly approaching, DawgNation takes a look back at the biggest recruiting news of the summer. 1. Summer has been very, very good to Georgia Heading into June, Georgia had five commitments, after going without one in May.
about 1042 days ago | Kipp Adams | NCF On The Trail
ATHENS, Ga. -- The list of visitors for the annual Dawg Night camp at Georgia this Friday reads like a who's who of the Bulldogs' top recruiting targets. The coaching staff will be hard-pressed to spend quality time with each of the big-name prospects who have said they will attend.
about 1054 days ago | Radi Nabulsi | Georgia Bulldogs
ATHENS, Ga. -- The Georgia coaching staff has addressed some of its pressing needs for the Class of 2014, but they still have half the class to go. Here are the top five positions of need for the Bulldogs: Offensive tackle: After missing out on Laremy Tunsil last year and Avery Young the year before, the staff would love to get a bookend tackle to play opposite of John Theus.
about 1063 days ago | Radi Nabulsi | NCF On The Trail