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Will Muschamp Makes His Feelings On Georgia Job Very Clear

Will Muschamp is two years removed from being the head coach of South Carolina's football program. Though his role at Georgia might be viewed as a demotion, he doesn't see it that way. During this Tuesday's press conference, Muschamp was asked about being an assistant for the Bulldogs. Muschamp, who...
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Georgia plans $68.5M overhaul of football stadium

ATLANTA (AP) — A year after the University of Georgia’s football team won a national championship, UGA is starting a $68.5 million project to overhaul its football stadium, making it easier for Bulldogs fans to get around and building more suites for premium donors. University System of Georgia regents voted Tuesday to approve the plan for Sanford Stadium, which will be paid for with private donations and borrowing by the private UGA Athletic Association. Construction on the first phase is planned to begin after the 2022 football season and the second phase would be built after the 2023 football season. The first phase would build a new entryway and plaza and widen the lower-level concourse to make it easier for fans to get around the 92,000-seat stadium. It would add new concession stands, expand bathrooms by adding more toilets and sinks and relocate and expand seating for people with disabilities. UGA President Jere Morehead called it “long overdue”
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Look: Photo Of 13-Year-Old Football Recruit Is Going Viral

David Jacobs Jr. is still several years away from playing college football, but the talented 13-year-old already has our attention. On Tuesday, a photo of Jacobs surfaced on social media. College football fans were stunned to see how mature he looks at such a young age. Jacobs is the son...
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Will Muschamp goes in-depth on what Kirby Smart has brought to Georgia football

Georgia co-defensive coordinator Will Muschamp goes way back with head coach Kirby Smart, as the two first got to know each other as teammates in Athens and eventually coached together at several different stops. Their working relationship not only resulted in the two being part of the Bulldogs’ first national championship team in 41 years, but it allowed Muschamp a chance to see up close how Smart elevated the Georgia program.
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Georgia football: Practice report from Bulldogs’ fall camp (8/9)

The Georgia Bulldogs returned to the practice field Tuesday for another fall camp practice. Media was allowed to view roughly 15 minutes’ worth of the action. The Bulldogs ran with the same two offensive line units Tuesday as they did on Thursday as well as on Sunday. The first-team unit was left tackle Broderick Jones, left guard Devin Willock, center Sedrick Van Pran, right guard Tate Ratledge and right tackle Warren McClendon. The second-team unit was left tackle Earnest Greene, left guard Xavier Truss, center Warren Ericson, right guard Dylan Fairchild and right tackle Amarius Mims.
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Michigan football: Georgia, in-state rival Spartans 'biggest motivation' for Wolverines, OL Ryan Hayes says

The Michigan football team has a few motivating factors going into the 2022 season. The defending Big Ten champions suffered a loss to the in-state rival Michigan State Spartans before finally taking down Ohio State under head coach Jim Harbaugh, and got to Indianapolis for its first-ever conference title game. From there, the team dominated Iowa and made it the College Football Playoff. Of course, the season didn’t end with a win as Michigan fell short to Georgia in the semifinal. That prompted Michigan offensive lineman Ryan Hayes to make a bold proclamation about 2021 and the upcoming season.
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Georgia football stadium renovation approved at nearly $70 million in costs

Georgia's Sanford Stadium could look quite different in a couple of years, as the university's Board of Regents approved a $68.5 million renovation project that will take place over the next two offseasons, according to Vanessa McCray of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The Bulldogs start construction following this season for the first phase, then will begin the second phase after the 2023 season.
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Sanford Stadium slated for $68.5 million in improvements

ATLANTA – The home of the national champion Georgia Bulldogs is getting some upgrades. The University System of Georgia Board of Regents voted Tuesday to make a series of improvements to the south side of Sanford Stadium. The $68.5 million project will be built in two phases to minimize disruption during the 2022 and 2023 football seasons. ...
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WATCH: Senior Randy Charlton excited about Bulldog DLine depth

Mississippi State senior Randy Charlton is entering his second and final season with the Bulldogs. Naturally, the former Central Florida transfer is feeling more comfortable with his surroundings this year and has quickly become one of the team's leaders. The defensive lineman stepped right in last season and it didn't...
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