Georgia Bulldogs junior defensive back Tyrique McGhee will miss four to six weeks due to a foot injury he sustained in Georgia’s scrimmage Saturday. McGhee was in the mix to start for the Bulldogs in 2018.
The Miami Dolphins released defensive tackle Gabe Wright after a dust-up at training camp with running back Kenyan Drake. Per phinmanaics.com’s Luis D. Sung, Wright “came in and punched Drake in the face.”
In Kirby Smart’s two years at Georgia, a freshman quarterback has gotten the bulk of the playing time each year. Justin Fields looks to make it three in three seasons, and his head coach isn’t counting him out.
With fall camp opening for the Georgia Bulldogs on Friday, head coach Kirby Smart updated the status of several injured Georgia players, including quarterback Jake Fromm and freshman running back Zamir White.
Four-star junior college defensive end/linebacker Jermaine Johnson committed to the Georgia Bulldogs on Thursday. Johnson, who 247Sports ranks as the No. 1 JUCO player, pushed Georgia’s Class of 2019 to No. 1.
USA Today released the Amway Coaches Poll on Thursday. The Auburn Tigers came in 10th in the poll, making Auburn third among SEC teams behind Alabama and Georgia. Auburn posted a 10-3 record in the 2017 season.
After agreeing to a four-year, $60 million extension, Los Angeles Rams running back Todd Gurley seems happier. Rams quarterback Jared Goff said as much, which prompted Gurley to offer up an unforgettable quote.
Four-star wide receiver Jonathan Mingo (Brandon, Mississippi) committed to Ole Miss on Tuesday. The 6-2, 200 pound Mingo chose the Rebels over offers from schools such as Auburn, Georgia and Notre Dame.
NFL players Nick Chubb, Jordan Jenkins, Alec Ogletree, Isaiah Wynn, Chris Conley, Malcolm Mitchell, David Andrews, Reggie Davis, Matthew Stafford, Sony Michel and Thomas Davis discussed being Georgia Bulldogs.
Five-star cornerback Andrew Booth (Lawrenceville, Georgia) has committed to Clemson. The 6-1, 188-pound Booth chose the Tigers over the likes of schools such as Auburn and Georgia. He is Clemson’s 22nd commit.
Chicago Bears rookie Roquan Smith’s holdout concerns potentially losing money due to a new NFL rule. Under the NFL’s new guideline, a player cannot initiate contact with his helmet, which could become an issue.
Georgia added three commits in running back John Emery, outside linebacker/wide receiver Makiya Tongue and outside linebacker Rian Davis. The trio’s decisions give the Bulldogs 16 commits in the Class of 2019.
Five-star defensive tackle Travon Walker committed to the Georgia Bulldogs. Even though he announced live, Walker also released a video featuring some important people in his life today and in his future.
The use of riding around in a helicopter to recruit high school athletes has become commonplace in college football. Georgia football head coach Kirby Smart spent a lot of time in a helicopter in the final week of January.
After three years in the NFL, former Georgia player Todd Gurley is cashing in as one of the league’s top running backs. Gurley and the Los Angeles have agreed to a four-year contract extension worth $60 million
If the newly-adopted redshirt rule were in place during Georgia’s run to the national title game, Kirby Smart would’ve had more flexibility. Smart gave his thoughts on the new rule and explained the benefits.
Former Auburn running back Kamryn Pettway signed with the Columbus Lions arena football team on Sunday. The former All-SEC running back joins the Lions after a brief stint in the NFL with the Minnesota Vikings.
Georgia men’s basketball coach Tom Crean has had a whirlwind two years, as he’s gone from Indiana to TV to the Bulldogs. Those closest to him share their thoughts on Crean and what he brings to the Bulldogs.
It didn’t seem as if this week’s SEC Media Days experience was Georgia defensive back J.R. Reed’s first, as any jitters were unnoticeable. He knew he had reached a major milestone – long-awaited recognition.