Recapping all the Georgia Bulldogs news from the last 24 hours, we’ll start with some good news on the 2023 Georgia football roster.
Wide receiver Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint has announced that he will return to Georgia in 2023. This is great news for a position group that has been hurt in recent days by the departures of key players to the portal and NFL Draft.
Former Georgia head coach Mark Richt gave his thoughts on a possible national championship 3-peat for the Bulldogs in a recent podcast segment on ESPN. Richt discussed the similarities between this Georgia dynasty and the teams he was involved with at Florida State, and how players are patient and want to stay and play.
Two Georgia players who entered the transfer portal made their choices prior to the winter window deadline. Tight end Arik Gilbert will join the Nebraska Cornhuskers, and Linebacker Trezmen Marshall will become a member of the Alabama Crimson Tide. This is the second straight year a player has transferred from Georgia to Alabama.
Check out all the latest 2023 roster movement updates here on our roster tracker.
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The Georgia Men’s basketball team will try to rebound from their disappointing loss on the road to Kentucky. The Hoop Dawgs will be meeting the 9-9 Vanderbilt Commodores at Stegeman Coliseum in Athens on Saturday. Georgia is 10-0 at home this season.
Georgia’s Sanford Stadium made the list of the world’s most stunning sports venues. The home of the Bulldogs was No. 7 overall on the list, and the No. 4 college football venue behind Colorado’s Folsom Field, Utah’s LaVell Edwards Stadium, and the Rose Bowl.
Georgia offensive coordinator Todd Monken is a hot name for coaching vacancies in the NFL and NCAA, and with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers firing offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich, Monken’s name is being mentioned as a prime candidate to replace him in Tampa.
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Deion Sanders continues to make the headlines in Colorado, this time for flipping five-star cornerback Cormani McClain from the Miami Hurricanes to his Buffaloes.
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