4:49 PM EDT, Sun March 29, 2015
DogBytes | Athens Banner-Herald

Passing not pressing issue for Bulldogs during scrimmage

Working to identify the possible starting quarterback remains a high priority this spring at Georgia but there are other issues, perhaps more pressing, for the offense. Keith Marshall’s hamstring injury left him a spectator Saturday afternoon in Sanford Stadium along with fellow tailback Sony Michel for the first spring scrimmage. The wide receivers are “really […]


College basketball: Brandon Bailey picks up where he left off for Bulldogs - Wed, 18 Mar 2015 PST

The Tommy John surgery that took Brandon Bailey’s senior season of high school baseball also disrupted his freshman season of college, even if he was still Gonzaga’s best pitcher. Bailey led the Bulldogs in wins (six), earned-run average (3.69) and threw four of the team’s five complete games. But the elbow surgery took away his slider and affected the pitcher’s control, so Bailey’s strikeout numbers were average and his 26 walks in 102 1/3 innings also led the team, by a wide margin.

Augusta Chronicle

Georgia's NCAA hopes rest heavily on injured players

ATHENS, Ga. — Georgia’s NCAA Tournament outlook rests heavily on its medical report. At full strength, the Bulldogs could be capable of challenging Michigan State in Friday’s game in Charlotte, N.C. But Georgia might face a quick exit if it can’t get past the injuries which helped lead to its exit from the Southeastern Conference Tournament. read more

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Bulldogs jump to SEC semifinals after pulling away from South Carolina

NASHVILLE, Tenn. | Georgia got some payback against South Carolina late Friday night, turning the tables on the team that swept it in the regular season. Of course, as has been a theme for the Bulldogs, injury worries were a big backdrop of the 74-62 SEC tournament quarterfinal victory at Bridgestone Arena. South Carolina rallied from a […]

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SEC Tourney double bye gives Dogs a chance to rest, recover

The way the seeds shook out in the end for this week’s Southeastern Conference tournament impacts not only the path to advance but teams having more time to let injuries mend. Georgia was among those that landed the double bye that goes to the top four teams. The No. 3 seeded Bulldogs open play Friday […]