Here's all the latest Georgia Bulldogs news from around the athletics department and the nation.
Former Georgia quarterback Stetson Bennnett's status with the Los Angeles Rams has been a question for nearly a year now. After leaving the team for undiscolosed reasons, the question has become whether or not the former Bulldog would be back in 2024. Sean McVay's latest press conference gave few answers.
Fans at Sanford Stadium will be able to purchase and consume beer this season, according to a release from the school. Georgia is the last SEC school to permit alcohol sales inside the stadium. Patrons will be able to buy beer and seltzer but at this time there are no plans to expand the offerings.
The Georgia basketball team gave up a 16-point lead and dropped a game to yet another ranked opponent, losing to the SEC-leading Alabama Crimson Tide on Wednesday night, 85-76. The loss drops Georgia to 4-4 in SEC play and 14-7 overall.
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Former Georgia running back James Cook, who now plays for the Buffalo Bills, took a shot at the College Football Playoff committee for their perceived snub of Georgia last season. "They didn't want to see us go back-to-back-to-back" Cook said of the playoff committe's decision, comparing this last year's 13-1 team to the 2021 team who lost the same SEC Championship game to Alabama, but went on to win the national title.
Four former Bulldogs are currently on the top 50 prospect list for the NFL draft, according to Sports Illustrated. Tight end Brock Bowers, offensive lineman Amarius Mims, defensive back Karmari Lassiter, and wide receiver Ladd McConkey are all currently projected to go in the first two rounds of the draft.
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Iowa basketball start Caitlin Clark has officially moved into second place on the women's all-time scoring list after her 35-point game against Northwestern. She is currently on pace to break the all-time record held by former Washington star, Kelsey Plum.
The State of Tennessee has filed a federal lawsuit against the NCAA that could determine the direction of college sports in the future. The suit argues that the NCAA is "violating federal antitrust laws by limiting a student athlete’s earning potential by forcing them to commit to a school before knowing their NIL potential at that school."
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