Former Southern University receiver Devon Gales was paralyzed from the waist down after colliding with place-kicker Marshall Morgan in a 2015 game at Sanford Stadium. UGA is once again hoping to help raise money to build the Gales' family an accessible home.
When Georgia began construction for its west end zone project, it needed to temporarily remove the hedges that surround Sanford Stadium. The university went to great lengths to keep the whereabouts of the hedges secret.
The Georgia G-Day spring game will feature a first look at the program's early enrollees, which includes quarterback Justin Fields. The spring game will also provide a glimpse as to which players will replace the stars who are off to the NFL.
Georgia football receiver Terry Godwin is still battling what appears to be a knee injury. He looked to be limited again while wearing a knee brace. Ameer Speed also appears to have an injury at practice Thursday, April 19, 2018.
Georgia head coach Kirby Smart will evaluate a lot of areas of his UGA Bulldogs football team during the G-Day spring game Saturday, April 21, 2018, at Sanford Stadium in Athens, GA. Among those will be the passing game.
Georgia basketball head coach Tom Crean announced Thursday night that the program has tabbed Joe Scott to be its second assistant coach. Scott holds previous head coaching experience from Air Force, Princeton and Denver.
Georgia announced its G-Day spring game rosters Thursday, which includes a quarterback and defensive back pulling double duty and two inside linebackers running with the first-team Black squad. G-Day will take place at Sanford Stadium Saturday.
University of Georgia inside linebacker Monty Rice originally committed to LSU in December 2016. He reversed that decision and came to Georgia as an early enrollee. He looks to have a bigger role on defense during the 2017 season.
Georgia running back Elijah Holyfield has waited his turn behind both Nick Chubb and Sony Michel the past two years. Holyfield is now ready for the chance to see more snaps on the field in what should still be a loaded backfield.
A Georgia wide receiver was limited in action on the practice field Tuesday. While the Bulldogs have been full strength at the position throughout the spring, Terry Godwin did not seem to be doing much during individual drills.
Georgia head coach Kirby Smart broke down what happened during Saturday's second scrimmage of the spring. He complimented an outside linebacker and gave another performance update on a safety he criticized just a couple of days prior.
Georgia was without a pair of defenders at Saturday's second scrimmage. Rising senior inside linebacker Natrez Patrick was not spotted at the practice and safety Jarvis Wilson was seen on crutches. An offensive player also appeared to be limited.
Georgia head coach Kirby Smart said outside linebacker Robert Beal has been a "pleasant surprise" with how he has been able to rush the passer this spring. Beal redshirted during his first year on campus in 2017.
There isn't an in-season game for Georgia's players to be rewarded with after a hard week of practice. Therefore, the Bulldogs' players and coaches have other ways to motivate one another through the grind of spring practice.
Georgia head coach Kirby Smart was asked separately about receiver/return specialist Mecole Hardman and safety Richard LeCounte. Smart said he wanted to see more out of both of those former five-star athletes.
Georgia receiver Michael Chigbu hasn't been at practice recently due to some injuries, head coach Kirby Smart said. Smart also noted that Chigbu might be considering retiring from football as a result of the injuries.
Georgia receiver Terry Godwin has become known for making one-handed catches in practice throughout his career. His one-handed grab against Notre Dame easily went viral. In Thursday's practice, Godwin once again came down with a highlight-reel catch.
Jenna Staiti was once a five-star women's basketball recruit from the state of Georgia who chose to attend Maryland. Upon her transfer, the Lady Bulldogs got some great help from Kirby Smart to ensure they landed the promising post player.
Georgia's Mecole Hardman averaged 11.8 yards per punt return during the 2018 season. While he was impressive, he was unable to get into the end zone. He's looking for that to change as a junior, which will also be his second season in this role.