4:29 AM EST, Sat November 28, 2015
Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Washington cruises past Division II Golden Eagles 74-57

WSU played without leading scorer and rebounder Josh Hawkinson, who sat out with a groin injury. The Cougars led from the opening minutes and built a 37-25 lead by halftime. Dieter Horton spent four years as an assistant coach at USC, a Pac-12 Conference rival of Washington State, before taking the head coaching job with the Golden Eagles last season. Coach Ernie Kent said the Gonzaga Bulldogs plan to indefinitely end their long-running series with the Cougars after next Wednesday's game in Pullman.

DogBytes | Athens Banner-Herald

Hunter Long set to move from backup to starting center

Hunter Long is poised to get his first college start in his final home game for Georgia. The fifth-year senior center from Memphis has played in 19 games for the Bulldogs all in reserve. With Greg Pyke dealing with a knee injury, Brandon Kublanow has shifted from starting center to right guard. Kublanow started every […]

Augusta Chronicle

Georgia assistant Mike Ekeler got carried away with excitement

AUBURN, Ala. — By the end of the game Saturday, Georgia’s defensive players had handled what Auburn offered up on offense reasonably well during the Bulldogs’ 20-13 victory. They might need to still be on guard for any mishaps involving their assistant coaches. Fiery inside linebackers coach Mike Ekeler briefly put safety Rico McGraw on the injury list when Georgia came off the field after a third-quarter three-and-out. read more

Augusta Chronicle

Georgia-Auburn game loses luster this year

  AUBURN, Ala. — Georgia-Auburn was supposed to be a potential prelude to the Southeastern Conference championship game between teams on their ways to division titles. That’s not at all how it turned out. The Bulldogs and Tigers, preseason favorites in their respective divisions, meet Saturday hoping to take a step toward upgrading their bowl prospects. Both are having disappointing seasons marred by injuries and quarterback troubles. Neither team will be vying for titles but it’s still a rivalry game. read more

DogBytes | Athens Banner-Herald

RB Sony Michel happy to ‘show everybody what Georgia football really looks like’

Saturday turned out to be a sunny day and a Sony day. Sophomore tailback Sony Michel has been Georgia’s featured runner since Nick Chubb’s knee injury at Tennessee a month ago, and in the Bulldogs’ 27-3 Southeastern Conference victory over Kentucky on Saturday, Michel rushed 24 times for a career-high 165 yards and a touchdown, […]