Each week, Tales From The Road will provide news and updates about where Georgia’s coaches have been and what prospects are standing out.This week’s targets: A few days after having ESPN 150 offensive tackle David Sharpe (Jacksonville, Fla.
The Georgia Bulldogs are the early trendy favorite to take the SEC Eastern Division this year. Maybe this guy can help the offense out a little more in 2015.
The Bulldogs have won 10 or more games in three of the past four years, twice capturing the SEC East crown. This season they’re looking for even more.
In a little more than two months, Greg Sankey will follow Mike Slive as SEC commissioner. What makes him the right man for the job?
The linebacker who chose UCLA on signing day and then flipped to Georgia has potential to make an impact from the jump.
Class rankings: May 20 update sees Georgia, USC rise and Stanford debut.
The 2014 football season is old news, but that doesn't mean a few things that happened last season won't have ramifications for the 2015 season.We take a look at five such moments in the SEC:1.
Versatile defender still developing physically, could be a nice fit in several roles in the Bulldogs' secondary.
The Oakland Opening represented one of the final opportunities for prospects across the country to compete for an invitation to The Opening Finals.
Defensive backs head coach Eugene Jackson called it the best group of defensive backs they've seen at any of this year's Opening Regional events.
The West region's elite talent will have an opportunity to assert itself this Sunday, as the Nike Opening Regionals returns to California.
Georgia announced Wednesday that wide receiver Blake Tibbs is leaving the program and seeking a transfer.