4:58 PM EDT, Sun April 26, 2015
Augusta Chronicle

Quarterback battle is big focus of G-Day Game

ATHENS, Ga. — Perhaps the biggest stars that will make plays this fall in Sanford Stadium won’t be the featured attractions in today’s G-Day Game. Outside linebacker Leonard Floyd, who bypassed the NFL Draft to stick around with the Bulldogs, is sidelined this spring while recovering from shoulder surgery. Tailback Nick Chubb, fresh off a 1,547-yard rushing freshman season, is practicing but combined for three carries in the Bulldogs previous two spring scrimmages. read more

Florida Times-Union

Focus on Georgia spring game: the quarterback battle

ATHENS, GA. | Perhaps the biggest stars who will make plays this fall in Sanford Stadium won’t be the featured attractions in Saturday’s Georgia spring game. Outside linebacker Leonard Floyd, who bypassed the NFL draft to stick around with the Bulldogs, is sidelined this spring while recovering from shoulder surgery. Tailback Nick Chubb, fresh off a 1,547-yard rushing freshman season, is practicing, but combined for three carries in the Bulldogs’ previous two spring scrimmages. read more

DogBytes | Athens Banner-Herald

Bulldogs RB Marshall returns from hamstring injury

Georgia tailback Keith Marshall returned to the practice field Tuesday afternoon after being sidelined with a pulled hamstring, but his status for Saturday’s G-Day game remains uncertain. Coach Mark Richt said Marshall isn’t at 100 percent, “but he did get reps. He got more work than I thought he would.” Fans haven’t seen Marshall carry […]

Augusta Chronicle

Tailback Turman turns heads in Georgia scrimmage

ATHENS, Ga. — A.J. Turman, who has never played in a regular-season game for Georgia, is emerging as a tailback to watch in 2015. Turman, a third-year sophomore, led the Bulldogs in rushing Saturday for the second straight scrimmage. He ran for 140 yards and two touchdowns to gain momentum for next week’s spring game. With Todd Gurley preparing for the NFL draft, Nick Chubb being closely monitored and Keith Marshall and Sony Michel out with injuries, Turman has benefited from an increased workload this spring. read more