The news for the Georgia Bulldogs hasn’t stopped since their national championship win over TCU. Here’s the latest on the Dawgs.
Wide receiver Ladd McConkey has officially announced he will be returning to Georgia. This is great news for the team and fans, as McConkey was a key element to Georgia’s success the last two seasons. Georgia’s wide receiver corps just got a big shot in the arm!
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The Georgia basketball team had a tough road game in Lexington, Kentucky, and unfortunately fell to the Wildcats and star player Oscar Tshiebwe, 85-71. The Dawgs were able to hang with Kentucky for most of the game, but the Cats pulled away late and Georgia was never able to recover.
Offensive coordinator Todd Monken is getting calls from not only other colleges, but reportedly NFL teams are now interested in his services. After two straight national titles and turning around what had been an anemic offense in years past, it’s no wonder Monken is climbing the list of candidates in both leagues.
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The Bulldogs have set up verified GoFundMe accounts in support of offensive lineman Devin Willock and recruiting staff member Chandler LeCroy, who were both killed in a car crash over the weekend. Below are the two verified pages where you can donate and show your support
Sports Illustrated will be releasing a special Georgia Bulldogs National Championship commemorative issue. It will be available in both soft and hardcover.
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An outgoing athletic director has voiced his ire over NIL and claims it’s allowing programs to “buy a team”.
247 Sports has updated its rankings of players currently in the transfer portal. College football’s winter transfer window closes this week, and players who have not chosen a new team must wait until the spring window before committing.
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