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Former UF Assistant To Face Georgia Saturday

Yes, the former Iowa State head coach and Florida assistant still has plenty of energy even after

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Florida Drops Two Spots in AP Poll

The Florida Gators looked solid on Saturday against Toledo. They allowed only 205 yards and six points. They dominated the line of scrimmage in their 24-6 victory over the Rockets. However, it wasn’t enough for the Gators to avoid

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UGA WR Tears ACL Celebrating

Georgia’s first touchdown of the season turned out to be costlier than anyone could have expected. Bulldogs coach Mark Richt announced Sunday evening that his team’s top receiver, Malcolm Mitchell, will miss the remainder of the season after injuring

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Georgia Has High Expectations

Georgia comes into the season with high expectations. The fifth-ranked Bulldogs will find out pretty quickly if their outlook is justified. No one has a tougher start than Georgia, which will travel to Clemson on Saturday night to face

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Look Ahead To Week 1 In College Football

Andrew Melnick of Fansided.com talked about the return of college football and the matchups to look forward to

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AP Poll Opens with Gators Ranked 10th

The Associated Press College Football Preseason Poll was released on Saturday, the first of the season. Unsurprisingly, the Alabama Crimson Tide opened up the rankings on top, with 58 first-place votes. No. 2 Ohio State and No. 5 Georgia

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Murray Leads Georgia’s Chase For SEC Title

Aaron Murray is on pace to leave Georgia with most of the school's major passing records

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Tuck: I’d Take 20 NFL Pass Rushers Over Jadeveon Clowney

Georgia coach Mark Richt calling Clowney the best football player in the world wasn't thought out enough.

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Georgia’s Mark Richt Becomes The SEC ‘Professor’

He's earned his dean status

Florida Picked to Finish 3rd in SEC East

Florida was picked to finish behind Georgia and South Carolina in the media’s preseason poll at the Southeastern Conference’s Media Days on Thursday. Alabama was projected to win the conference with 182 first-place votes, while Georgia (38), South Carolina