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While the University has yet to announce either move officially, Cameron Forte, a JUCO F, will be joining Mark Fox's program next season, while coach Kwanza Johnson will not be around.
Mississippi native and 6'6 F Kenny Paul Geno has committed to play basketball for Georgia next season.
Sophomore wing, and reigning SEC Player of the Year, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, has decided to take his talents to the NBA, where it is expected he will be drafted in the middle of the first round.
Game preview and open comment thread for tonight's 9:00 matchup with the Cal Golden Bears. The winner heads to the Final Four in New Orleans, with the game televised by ESPN.
We've got lots of catching up to do since the last installment of Beyond the Hedges. Here's a quick rundown of results accompanied by a few quick thoughts here and there. MEN'S TENNIS The guys...
An NCAA championship, a pair of national honors for a softballer, men's tennis climbs the rankings, and more.
Georgia knocked off Iowa St to survive and advance in the NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament. Next up will be the winner of Stanford and Michigan on Saturday, March 30.
Only two Bulldogs teams have been in action since we last got up to speed -- baseball and softball -- and Georgia went 1-1 in the last two days. BASEBALL The Furman Palladins were in Athens...
We have a whole lot of information to squeeze into your Monday morning, so grab another cup. TRACK AND FIELD The NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships were held this weekend in Fayetteville,...
It's spring break for students, but student-athletes are putting in work. Georgia's got golf, softball, track, baseball, gymnastics and basketball going today.
7. Georgia. So … Mark Fox’s team is 8-4 since Jan. 26. The Bulldogs have knocked off Kentucky and Tennessee in their past two games. Fox’s young squad has matured in recent weeks. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (18.2 PPG, 7.0 RPG, 2.1 SPG) is a star. But without an offensively astute crew around him, the Bulldogs have focused on defense (56th in adjusted defensive efficiency, per Ken Pomeroy). Georgia hasn’t even cracked the RPI’s top 100. This is not a bubble team. But it’s certainly a dream killer right now.