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Georgia coach Mark Richt plans no changes to his coaching staff, deciding to keep defensive coordinator Todd Grantham despite a disappointing season. Richt said Sunday that "everybody should be back" after the No. Bulldogs (8-4) finished the regular
For Georgia's defense, the regular season finale was a microcosm of its season: Early struggles, too many big pass plays, but surprisingly solid against the run, and then improving late as a whole, at least just enough to win. Defensive coordinator
This proved to be another week that not everybody's question could be answered. My apologies for that, but the good news is once again I'll be holding my live chat Friday at noon...Now let's start with a question that gets right to the point. Scott
Todd Grantham hesitated a moment, but only a moment, when asked the question: Was it fair to say his defense hasn't played as well as he thought it would this year? "Well, I'm always gonna be a guy that's gonna strive to play as good as you can play,"
But if you don't see your question answered, or just want to talk, mark down Friday at noon. That's when I'll hold my live chat to preview the Georgia-Auburn game...But first, the slower-moving, but just as informative, mailbag: What injury do you
During the one season that Nick Marshall was a cornerback at Georgia, he was so impressive in practice that the offense gave him a nickname: Dr. Death. The name was pulled from a 1986 movie starring Robin Williams and Kurt Russell, in which Williams'
So it does bear noting that redshirt freshman Faton Bauta has officially ascended to the third spot, offensive coordinator Mike Bobo confirmed after Tuesday's practice. So if anything happened to Aaron Murray and Hutson Mason, next up would be Bauta,
Six games into a disappointing season for Georgia's defense, an alert reader asks the question: How disappointing is it when expectations shouldn't have been that high?...Isn't it fair to say that a big "problem" with the Georgia defense was the
There could be a change in the starting lineup on the offensive line. That's not the case yet at inside linebacker, at least not yet. And in the secondary, if changes are coming no one is saying quite yet. That was the news, such as it was, from
Georgia defensive coordinator Todd Grantham's customary Monday speech to his defense was not quite fire and brimstone. "It was better than I expected," freshman cornerback Shaq Wiggins said. "I thought he was gonna go buck wild on us." Perhaps