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MEDIA INFORMATION CREDENTIALS - Credentials for Georgia home games are issued for working media only and should be requested as early as possible due to space limitations and significant demand. Requests are honored from sports editors of DAILY newspapers, network affiliate television station sports directors, and websites that have a corresponding publication and/ or affiliation with a nationally recognized media entity. Requests from weekly newspapers and radio stations will be accepted only from those who will be attending games in a WORKING capacity and will be filled on a space available basis. Non-workers are not permitted in the press box. Credentials will be mailed if time permits; otherwise, they will be left at the Press Will-Call booth at Gate 9A on the South side of the stadium or at the East End will call behind the East end zone. FOOTBALL PRACTICE - Georgia football practices are open to media and photographers/videographers for a designated period of time on designated days. The sports communications office can provide details. INTERVIEWS • SUNDAY TELECONFERENCE - Coach Richt will be available to the media each Sunday afternoon following a Saturday game via telephone conference call. Media wishing to talk with Coach Richt should call the sports communications office for details. • TUESDAY MEDIA CONFERENCE Coach Richt hosts a weekly media conference each Tuesday before a Saturday game. Several players are also available for interviews. Details may be obtained from the sports communications office. Press conference notes and quotes will be posted on our website -- georgiadogs.com. • PLAYER INTERVIEWS - Players are available for interviews in person and by telephone until after practice on Wednesdays. The best times to visit with players in person are at the Tuesday media conference, or Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday, following practice. • POST PRACTICE MEDIA SESSION - Coach Richt hosts an informal media session on Wednesday and Thursday following practice. Practice notes are posted on georgiadogs.com after every practice. • POST-GAME INTERVIEWS - Members of the media desiring to visit either locker room after the game will be escorted by Sports Communications Director Claude Felton to the playing field with five minutes on the game clock. • PLAYER ROOMS, LOCKER ROOM, WEIGHT ROOM AND TRAINING ROOMS Players' dorm rooms, locker room, weight room, and training room are only open to players, coaches, and staff. PHOTOGRAPHERS - - The University of Georgia follows guidelines established by the NCAA Rules Committee and the SEC regarding sideline control which ensures the sideline as a working area. 1. Each photographer is required to wear an armband at all times. 2. Armbands must be secured in the Photographers’ Hospitality Area located in the Lumpkin Media Center behind the Georgia dressing room in the southeast tunnel. 3. No photographers are permitted in the bench area, on the playing field, or in the 12-foot area between the limit line and sideline after kickoff. 4. Cutline writers, messengers, and equipment carriers are not permitted in the sideline armband area. 5. Tripods are not permitted on the sideline. • PHOTOGRAPHERS’ HOSPITALITY AREA - A photographers’ hospitality area is located in the Lumpkin Media Center on field level behind the Georgia dressing room in the southeast tunnel. A full pre-game meal will be served in this area to all photographers approximately 90 minutes prior to kickoff. Armbands must also be picked up at this location. Internet hookups, wireless internet and phones are available in this area. PRESS BOX - The Georgia Press Box is located in the South Side Club level of Sanford Stadium. Entrance to the press box is through Gates 6. 9A or 10. • MEDIA SERVICES - Complete individual and team statistics, running play-by-play and post-game coaches' quotes are provided all working media. A pre-game meal is available to working media approximately 90 minutes before kickoff. • STADIUM PRESS BOX SMOKE/TOBACCO FREE POLICY - In accordance with University of Georgia policy, the Georgia Athletic Association has declared all areas of Sanford Stadium as smoke/tobacco-free.

• TELEPHONES/INTERNET - The Georgia Press Box is equipped with 25 long distance telephones, internet hookups, and wireless internet for use by the media at no charge. INTERNET/PHONE SERVICE AT GEORGIA-FLORIDA GAME Wireless service will be provided free of charge in the press box. Please check your gameday information packets for access and technical information. A technical rep will be on hand during the game to trouble shoot any wireless problems you may have. There will be five pool phones available in the press box. To order a line please call Jason Morrill at (904) 633-6125 (jmorrill@coj.net). SATELLITE FEEDS Same-Day Satellite Feeds including game highlights and post-game interviews will be available to television networks and stations for every Georgia home game that is NOT televised by a major network. The Tuesday Feed will feature practice footage and interviews with Georgia coaches and players on the upcoming opponent. Call the Sports Communications office for satellite schedules and coordinates. “INSIDE GEORGIA FOOTBALL WITH MARK RICHT” Will air weekly during FB season beginning September 5th, 2010. CSS 10:30am Sundays WSB TV Atlanta -12am Sundays Macon- WPGA-TV 12pm Sundays Albany -WALB-TV 12pm Sundays Georgiadogs.com – Mondays Comcast On Demand

SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE

2201 Richard Arrington Blvd. North, Birmingham, Ala. 35203-1103 Switchboard: (205) 458-3000 SEC Media Relations Dept.: (205) 458-3010; Fax 205-458-3030 www.secsports.com SEC MEDIA RELATIONS STAFF Charles Bloom Associate Commissioner Craig Pinkerton Director of Media Relations Tammy Wilson. Associate Director of Media Relations Chuck Dunlap Associate Director of Media Relations Ayanna Wakefield Assistant Director of Media Relations

SEC MEDIA SERVICES The Southeastern Conference provides a variety of media services. The Southeastern Conference provides a variety of media services during the Fall. Take advantage of the following: • Weekly Coaches Teleconference - The SEC coaches are featured on a weekly teleconference every Wednesday during the regular season. Media representatives interested in participating in the teleconference should contact the SEC Media Relations office (205) 458-3000 for details. • SEC on the Internet - www.secsports.com. The SEC operates a media only website at www.secsportsmedia.com. Media members must register on the site to gain access. • SEC Championship Game - The 2010 SEC Champion will be crowned December 4 at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. The contest will feature the Eastern and Western Division champions vying for the league's representation in the Bowl Championship Series. CBS will televise this event nationally. • Bowl Championship Series - The Rose, Sugar, Orange and Fiesta Bowls will serve as hosts for its bowl games and will rotate an additional game for the BCS National Championship each season to decide a national champion. A week following the traditional bowl dates, a site will host a second game featuring the top two teams for the national championship. This season, Glendale, Ariz. will play host to the BCS National Championship Game on Jan. 10, 2011 . Conferences with automatic berths in the Bowl Championship Series include the Southeastern, Atlantic Coast, Big East, Big Ten, Big Twelve and the Pac-10 .

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GEORGIA BULLDOG RADIO NETWORK

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ulldog fans can follow their favorite team throughout the 2010 season on the Georgia Bulldog Radio Network from ISP Sports, which will feature one of the nation’s best-known flagship stations, an affiliate list that ranks among the country’s largest, and production supplied by the premier college sports marketing and radio production company in America. ISP provides radio network production for more than 30 major college athletic programs in the SEC and other prominent conferences. Day-to-day management of the network will be overseen by the company’s “Georgia Sports Properties” staff in Athens, which also handles the sales and marketing of Bulldog sports. Play-by-play man Scott Howard returns for his 17th season covering Bulldog football and basketball, while former UGA record-setting quarterback Eric Zeier is back to provide his insightful analysis. Loran Smith and Neil “Hondo” Williamson return as co-hosts of the popular pre-game "Tailgate Show," while veteran Atlanta sportscasters Chuck Dowdle and Tony Schiavone will also contribute post-game interviews to the broadcast, including the Locker Room Show with head coach Mark Richt. Charles Youngs, Operations Director for Cox Radio Atlanta, will serve as the network's game-day engineer. The network flagship is Atlanta’s News/Talk 750 WSB. All games will also be available via the Internet at www. georgiadogs.com on a subscription basis. Additionally, every SEC football game will be carried live on XM Radio as part of a broadcast & marketing agreement between the SEC and the satellite radio provider.

Scott Howard

The voice of Scott Howard has become synonymous with Georgia athletics. As sports director for Athens radio stations WNGC and WGAU, he returns for his 17th season behind the microphone at both Georgia football and basketball games. Howard began his association with Bulldog football as a color analyst alongside Larry Munson in the 1994 season. In 2007 he broadcasted play-by-play action in all of Georgia's road football games, and the next season he became the program's primary radio voice by the third game. 2010 Georgia Bulldog Radio Network by ISP Sports crew: First Row (L-R): Scott Howard and Tony Schiavone. Back Row (L-R): Charles Youngs (engineer), Chuck Dowdle, Neil Howard has served as the Williamson and Eric Zeier. Inset: Loran Smith. Georgia basketball team's primary play-by-play reporter since the 1997 season. A 1984 UGA director, business manager of athletics and executive graduate, he also announced Georgia baseball games from director of the Georgia Bulldog Clubs. 1990-96.

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Eric Zeier

One of Georgia's greatest quarterbacks ever, Zeier begins his fourth season as a color analyst on the network. By the end of his senior season in 1994, he held 67 school passing records and 18 marks in the Southeastern Conference. Zeier played in the NFL from 1996 to 2001 with the Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens, Tampa Bay Bucs, and Atlanta Falcons. In addition to his broadcasting duties, Zeier is a Regional Vice President for Bank of America.

Loran Smith

A native of Wrightsville, Ga., Smith continues his long association with the Georgia Network as co-host of the popular pre-game “Tailgate Show.” A former Bulldog MVP and track captain, Smith has had varied responsibilities with the UGA Athletic Association over the years, including assistant sports information

All-Time Georgia Football Radio Announcers

Play-by-Play Scott Howard Larry Munson Ed Thilenius Jim Wood George Therenger Stan Raymond Marcus Bartlett Bill Munday

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Color Commentary

Eric Zeier Bob Yongue Scott Howard Jim Koger Neil Williamson Bill Munday Dave O'Brien Bill Simpson Phil Schaefer Marcus Bartlett Loran Smith Howard Williamson

A UGA graduate and veteran of more than 25 years of sports broadcasting in Georgia, Williamson co-hosts the Network's "Tailgate Show" with Loran Smith and also hosts halftime features. He is presently the Director of AM Marketing and Director of Sports Marketing for toprated WSB-AM in Atlanta.

Chuck Dowdle

Longtime TV sports anchor Chuck Dowdle hosts the post-game Locker Room Show with head coach Mark Richt. He also serves as host of the "Inside Georgia Football with Mark Richt" weekly television show. Dowdle recently retired after 25 years as Sports Director/ Anchor at WSB TV in Atlanta. Before returning to his hometown, he served in a similar capacity for WPLG TV in Miami, also announcing Dolphins and University of Miami football games, as well as Fort Lauderdale Strikers pro soccer games.

Tony Schiavone

Tony Schiavone contributes interviews to the post-game Locker Room Show for both home and away games. He is currently the sports director at WSB Radio in Atlanta, as well as the play-by-play announcer for the Atlanta Braves' AAA affiliate in Gwinnett County. Before joining WSB, Schiavone began his broadcasting career in minor league baseball in Charlotte, N.C., before serving as a TV host in professional wrestling for nearly 20 years.

2010 Georgia Bulldog Radio Network Market

Albany Albany Athens Athens Atlanta Augusta Baxley Baxley Blackshear/Waycross Blackshear/Waycross Brunswick Brunswick Calhoun Carrollton Chattanooga Clarkesville Claxton Clayton Cleveland Columbus Columbus Copperhill, Tenn. Dalton Dalton Daytona Beach, Fla. Donalsonville Douglas Dublin Dublin Eatonton Fountain Inn, S.C. Gainesville Greensboro Hartwell Hawkinsville Hawkinsville Jacksonville, Fla. Jasper Louisville Macon Moultrie Moultrie Newnan Newnan Rome Rome Sandersville Savannah Savannah Statesboro Sylvania Thomaston Thomaston Thomasville Tifton Tifton Valdosta Vidalia Young Harris

Station

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1450 103.5 106.1 960 750 580 94.5 1260 105.1 97.7 1440 107.7 900 1330 107.9 1490 1470 104.1 1350 100.1 1460 1400 1230 104.5 1380 106.3 860 107.5 1330 97.7 1600 550 103.9 980 610 103.9 1010 93.5 1420 940 1300 93.9 98.1 1400 1450 95.3 1490 95.5 630 1240 1490 101.1 1590 1240 1340 107.5 107.9 97.7 95.1

“Inside Georgia Football with Mark Richt”

— Hosted by Chuck Dowdle — Weekly during football season beginning September 5th, 2010 CSS - 10:30 a.m. Sundays Atlanta - WSB - TV - 12 a.m. Sundays Macon- WPGA-TV - 12 p.m. Sundays Albany -WALB-TV - 12 p.m. Sundays Georgiadogs.com – Mondays Comcast On Demand


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David Ching, Sports Paul Newberry/ Charles Odum, Sports ATHENS BANNER HERALD ASSOCIATED PRESS P.O. Box 912, Athens, GA 30603-0912 Centennial Tower Suite 2420 706-208-2239; 706-208-2246 (Fax) 101 Marietta St. david.ching@onlineathens.com Atlanta, GA 30303-2705 404-522-8971; 404-524-4639 (Fax) Marc Weiszer, Sports 404-754-3562, pnewberry@ap.org ATHENS BANNER HERALD 404 308-3714, codum@ap.org P.O. Box 912, Athens, GA 30603-0912 706-208-2238; 706-208-2246 (Fax) Matt Stewart, Sports marc.weiszer@onlineathens.com COMCAST SPORTS SOUTHEAST 2995 Courtyard Drive Tim Tucker, Sports Norcross, GA 30071 ATLANTA JOURNAL CONST. 770-559-7800; 770-559-2418 (Fax) PO Box 4689 matt_stewart@cable.comcast.com Atlanta, GA 30302 404-526-7003; 404-526-5977 (Fax) Chip Zeller, Sports ttucker@ajc.com WAGA TV (Fox Ch. 5) 1551 Briarcliff Rd, NE Sports Editor Atlanta, GA 30306 RED & BLACK 404-898-0150; 404-724-4454 (Fax) 540 Baxter St. Chip.zeller@foxtv.com Athens, GA 30606 706-433-3040; 706-433-3033 (Fax) sports@randb.com Jay Gilmore, Sports WGCL TV (CBS Ch. 46) Scott Howard, Dir. of Broadcast Op. 425 14th St. NW UGA ISP Sports Network Atlanta, GA 30318 575 Research Drive, Suite A 404-327-3250; 404-327-3004 (Fax) Athens, GA 30605 jay.gilmore@cbsatlanta.com 706 549 6490, ext. 212 Fax: 706 549 6402 Zach Klein, Sports showard@ispsports.com WSB TV (ABC Ch. 2) 1601 W. Peachtree St., NE David Johnston, Sports Director Atlanta, GA 30309 WRFC RADIO (AM 960 the Ref) 404-897-7000; 404-897-7370 (Fax) 1010 Tower Place zach.klein@wsbtv.com Bogart, GA 30622 706-549-6222; 706-353-1967 (Fax) Tracy Carmony, Sports david.johnston@coxradio.com WXIA TV (NBC Ch. 11) One Monroe Place Sports Director Atlanta, GA 30324 WUOG (UGA) RADIO 404-873-9146; 404-881-0675 (Fax) P.O. Box 2065 tcarmony@wxia.gannett.com Athens, GA 30609 706-542-8481; 706-542-0070 (Fax) Neil Williamson, Sports WSB RADIO (750 AM) James Dunn, Sports Producer 1601 W. Peachtree Street NE WMSL RADIO (Athens) Atlanta, GA 30309 2121 Ruth Jackson Rd. 404-897-7595; 404-897-7506 (Fax) Bogart, GA 30622 770-725-0889; Fax 678-753-0088 neil.williamson@coxradio.com news88@wmsl.fm Tony Schiavone, Sports Director Cody Chaffins, Sports Director WSB RADIO (750 AM) WNEG TV 1601 W. Peachtree Street NE Journalism Bldg., UGA Atlanta, GA 30309 120 Hooper St, Athens, GA 30602 404-897-7500/404-897-7363 (FAX) 706-542-4156; 866.560.4197 (fax) tony.schiavone@coxradio.com cchaffins@wneg32.com Matt Edgar, Sports Steve Patterson WQXI RADIO (790 The Zone) UGASPORTS.com 3350 Peachtree Rd. Suite 1610 196 Alps Rd, Suite 2-155 Atlanta, GA 30326 Athens, GA 30606 404-564-4433; 404-231-5923 (Fax) 706-380-4801 medgar@790thezone.com steve@ugasports.com Scott McFarlane , Sports Dean Legge, Sports WCNN RADIO (680 The Fan) DAWG POST 3535 Piedmont Rd. 126 Bordeaux Lane Building 14, Suite 1200 Athens, GA 30605 Atlanta, GA 30305 706-248-3576 (404) 995.5575; (404) 995-4045 (fax) dean@dawgpost.com scottmcfarlane@680thefan.com

OTHER IN-STATE Scott Michaux, Sports AUGUSTA CHRONICLE 1211 Station Dr. Watkinsville, GA 30677 706-769-2720 scott.michaux@augustachronicle.com Dave Jordan, Sports Editor BRUNSWICK NEWS P.O. Box 1557 Brunswick, GA 31525 912-265-8320; 912-280-0926 (Fax) sports@thebrunswicknews.com Murray Poole, Sports BULLDAWG ILLUSTRATED 126 Wedgewood Court Brunswick, GA 31525 912-222-5876 murraypoole082@gmail.com Kevin Price, Sports COLUMBUS ENQUIRER P.O. Box 711 Columbus, GA 31902 706-324-5526; 706-576-6290 (Fax) kprice@ledger-enquirer.com Brent Holloway, Sports Editor GAINESVILLE TIMES P.O. Box 838 Gainesville, GA 30503 770-718-3406; 770-532-0457 (Fax) bholloway@gainesvilletimes.com Will Hammock, Sports Editor GWINNETT DAILY POST 725 Old Norcross Road Lawrenceville, GA 30045 770-339-5850; 770-339-8081 (Fax) will.hammock@gwinnettdailypost.com David Hale, Sports MACON TELEGRAPH P.O. Box 4167 Macon, GA 31208 858-405-8280 dhale@macon.com John Bednarowski, Sports MARIETTA JOURNAL 580 Fairground St. Marietta, GA 30060 770-428-9411; 770-422-9533 (Fax) SportsEditor@mdjonline.com Anthony Stastny, Sports Editor SAVANNAH MORNING NEWS P.O. Box 1088 Savannah, GA 31402 912-236-9511; 912-234-6522 (Fax) anthony.stastny@savannahnow.com Jason Folk, Sports Director WAGT TV (NBC) 905 Broad Street Augusta, Ga. 30901 706-826-0026; 706-724-4028 (Fax) jfolk@nbcaugusta.com John Hart, Sports Director WJBF TV (ABC) 1001 Reynolds Street Augusta, GA 30901 706-828-7325; 706-724-6329 (Fax) jhart@wjbf.com Robert Hydrick, Sports Director WALB TV (NBC) P.O. Box 3130 Albany, GA 31706-3130 229-446-1010; 229-446-4041 (Fax) roberth@walb.com

Damon Jones, Sports Director WGXA-TV (FOX24) P.O. Box 340 Macon, GA 31202 (478) 745-2424 ext. 133 (478) 745-6057 (Fax) damon.jones@fox24.com Frank Malloy WMAZ TV (CBS) P.O. Box 5008 Macon, GA 31208 478-752-1393;478-752-1429 (Fax) fmalloy@wmaz.gannett.com Stuart Webber, Sports Director WRBL TV (CBS) 1350 13th Avenue Columbus, GA 31901 706-324-6397; 706-323-0841 (Fax) SWebber@wrbl.com Kevin Faigle, Sports Director WRDW-TV (CBS) 1301 Georgia Ave. North Augusta, SC 29841 803-278-3111 Ext. 3334 kevin.faigle@wrdw.com Dave Platta, Sports Director WTVM TV (ABC) 1909 Wynnton Rd. Columbus, GA 31906 706-494-5485; 706-327-0179 (Fax) 706-315-0176 (Cell) dplatta@wtvm.com Ken Slats, Sports WSAV TV (NBC) 1430 E. Victory Drive Savannah, GA 31404 912-644-6842; 912-651-0320 (Fax) slats@wsav.com Rick Snow, Sports Director WTOC TV (CBS) P.O. Box 8086 Savannah, GA 31412 912-238-8467; 912-232-4945 (Fax) rsnow@wtoc.com Frank Sulkowski, Sports Director WJCL TV &WTGS TV (FOX) 10001 Abercorn Street Savannah, GA 31406 912-921-2222 ext. 289; 912-921-2229 (Fax) fsulkowski@wjcl.com

OUT OF STATE Scott Adamson, Sports Editor INDEPENDENT MAIL P.O. Box 2507 Anderson, S.C. 29621 864-260-1237; 864-260-1276 (Fax) sports@independentmail.com David Paschall, Sports CHATTANOOGA TIMES FREE PRESS P.O. Box 1447 Chattanooga,TN 37401 423-757-6524; 423-668-5049 (Fax) DPaschall@TimesFreePress.com

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2010 OUTLOOK Mark Richt embarks on his 10th season as Georgia’s head coach focused on getting the Bulldogs back into the upper echelon of the Southeastern Conference. Despite extending their streak of eight or more wins in a season to 13 years with an 8-5 record in 2009, the Bulldogs have grown accustomed to better. “I think it has certainly given me a lot more resolve to really continue to get this program where it belongs,” Richt said. “This past season was a disappointment for a lot of people. I don’t expect our Bulldog fans to be excited about an 8-5 season. A lot of people would say that’s really not that bad of a year with it being a winning season. But the time that we have been here, everyone was getting used to 10-win seasons, top-10 finishes, banging away at the Eastern Division, being in a position to finish as high as No. 2 or No. 3, and being in a position to play for an SEC Championship. “All those things are what we aspire to do and what we expect to do. We have everything we need to get that done. There’s a very positive buzz in the Butts-Mehre Building. Within the coaching staff and within our players, there is a great amount of excitement about what the future holds. The only thing I’m going to really try to predict is how hard we play and how disciplined we play. Those are the things that we have got to control as a coaching staff and as a group of players. I think the results will take care of themselves after that point.” The Bulldogs will enter 2010 with three new defensive coaches, marking the largest single-year turnover under Richt. New defensive coordinator Todd Grantham is putting a 3-4 defense in place. He spent nine years coaching in college with Michigan State and Virginia Tech and 11 more in the NFL, most recently with the Dallas Cowboys. The defensive staff also includes secondary coach Scott Lakatos, who came from Connecticut, and Warren Belin, who arrived from Vanderbilt. With veteran defensive line coach Rodney Garner returning, the Bulldogs have a solid group in place to install the new system. For 2010, Georgia will return 17 of 24 starters, including 10 on offense, and 49 lettermen overall. What follows is a position-byposition look at the Bulldogs, not taking into account the incoming freshmen. QUARTERBACKS The biggest uncertainty on offense is the quarterback position, where the Bulldogs will be breaking in their third starter in as many seasons. And while Georgia’s candidates have plenty of talent, they do not have much experience. Aaron Murray (6-1, 209, RFr.) was placed at the top of the depth chart after spring drills by Richt and offensive coordinator Mike Bobo. Murray has not taken a snap in a college game, but he will have been in the system for a year-and-a-half when the 2010 season opener rolls around. Versatile Logan Gray (6-2, 195, Jr.) will continue to battle for the starting job and for playing time during preseason camp. Gray is the only letterman at quarterback, having seen limited time in 2008 and 2009, and he has experience returning punts. He also is expected to get some reps at receiver during camp. RUNNING BACKS The Bulldogs return last season’s top rushers in Washaun Ealey (5-11, 211, So.) and Caleb King (5-11, 212, Jr.). Ealey rolled up 717 yards and three touchdowns in 2009, followed by King with 594 yards and seven scores. In the Bulldogs’ victory over Georgia Tech, they combined for 349 yards and two touchdowns. Georgia also has veterans in Carlton Thomas (5-7, 176, RSo.) and Dontavius Jackson (5-10, 201, RSo.), along with Cortney Newmans (5-9, 223, Jr.), Brian Brewer (5-10, 204, Sr.), Wes Van Dyk (6-0, 205, Jr.) and Alex Parsons (5-9, 196. Jr.). The fullback position will be a strength with the return of Shaun

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Chapas (6-2, 242, Sr.) and Fred Munzenmaier (6-2, 235, Sr.). Not only are they exceptional blockers, but they combined for three touchdowns last season. Georgia also has Kevin Lanier (5-11, 212, RSo.), Dustin Royston (5-11, 226, RFr.), converted linebacker Charles White (6-1, 221, Jr.), Josh Sailors (5-9, 232, Jr.), Matt Sweat (6-2, 230, So.), Cameron Allen (6-1, 215, RSo.) and Chris Young (6-1, 215, RFr.). WIDE RECEIVERS Georgia has one of the country’s premier receivers in A.J. Green (6-4, 205, Jr.) at flanker. An All-SEC pick in 2008 and 2009, Green had team-best totals of 53 catches for 808 yards and six touchdowns last season. Rantavious Wooten (5-10, 176, So.) showed flashes of his potential late in the year, including two touchdown catches against Kentucky. Israel Troupe (6-1, 215, Jr.) had a touchdown among his four grabs in 2009. Taylor Bradberry (6-3, 199, RSo.) and Brandon Harton (5-6, 165, RFr.) will provide depth. Tavarres King (6-1, 184, RSo.) will lead the charge at split end after hauling in 18 passes for 377 yards and a score last year. The Bulldogs will get a boost from the return of Kris Durham (6-5, 211, Sr.), who missed all of last season following shoulder surgery. Durham has 32 career catches, including 13 (with a touchdown) in 2008. Marlon Brown (6-5, 219, So.), Rhett McGowan (6-0, 185, RFr.) and Greg Lanier (6-1, 188, RFr.) will vie for playing time. TIGHT ENDS Four returning lettermen should make this an area of strength for the Bulldogs. Orson Charles (6-3, 235, So.) was the thirdleading receiver a year ago with 23 catches for 374 yards and three touchdowns. Aron White (6-4, 237, Jr.) earned Independence Bowl MVP honors with two touchdowns and he had four on the season


2010 OUTLOOK with 198 yards receiving. Twenty-four-game veteran Bruce Figgins (6-4, 266, Jr.) will re-enter the mix after sitting out last season following shoulder surgery. Arthur Lynch (6-5, 254, So.) played in 11 games last season, primarily on special teams. Derek Rich (6-5, 263, Sr.) will give Georgia additional options. OFFENSIVE LINEMEN With all five starters and eight overall lettermen returning, Georgia should be formidable in the trenches. A year ago, the linemen paved the way for 362 total yards and 29 points per game. All-SEC First Teamer Clint Boling (6-5, 310, Sr.) will anchor the line from his left tackle slot. Jonathan Owens (6-4, 300, RSo.) will back him up. At right tackle, the Bulldogs have Josh Davis (6-6, 310, Sr.) and early enrollee Kolton Houston (6-5, 280, Fr.). In addition, the Bulldogs will welcome back 2007 starter Trinton Sturdivant (6-5, 320, Jr.), who missed the 2008 and 2009 seasons due to knee injuries. A.J. Harmon (6-5, 310, RSo.) and Austin Long (6-5, 295, RFr.) also will work their way into the mix. Cordy Glenn (6-5, 330, Jr.) returns at left guard, and he was named the Bulldogs’ offensive MVP following the spring drills. Dallas Lee (6-4, 300, RFr.) and John Bodin (6-6, 305, RSo.) will provide depth. At right guard, the Bulldogs list Chris Davis (6-4, 300, Sr.) atop the depth chart, followed by Ben Harden (6-3, 310, Jr.) and Josh Parrish (6-4, 290, RFr.). Tanner Strickland (6-5, 322, Jr.) will vie for playing time after missing last year with a shoulder injury. Ben Jones (6-3, 300, Jr.) is back for his third year as the starting center. Chris Burnette (6-2, 291, RFr.) and Ben Reynolds (6-2, 250, RFr.) will spell Jones. DEFENSIVE LINEMEN The first line of defense in the new 3-4 alignment will be Georgia’s nose and ends. DeAngelo Tyson (6-2, 295, Jr.) will enter the preseason camp listed first at nose. Kwame Geathers (6-6, 310, RFr.) and Candler Cook (6-3, 250, Jr.) also will get a look. Converted offensive lineman Justin Anderson (6-5, 330, Jr.) made the transition to nose during spring workouts. Abry Jones (6-3, 285, So.) is the top candidate at left end, followed by Brandon Wood (6-1, 286, Sr.), Derrick Lott (6-4, 295, RFr.) and Matthew DeGenova (6-1, 225, Jr.). At right end, the Bulldogs have Demarcus Dobbs (6-2, 285, Sr.), Kiante Tripp (6-6, 290, Sr.) and Nick Franks (6-2, 250, Jr.). Jeremy Longo (6-3, 253, RSo.) also will enter the mix. Among that group, Dobbs led the way with 30 tackles, including 4.5 sacks, last season, plus he posted a team-high three caused fumbles. LINEBACKERS Georgia’s new defensive alignment will feature four linebackers, two outside and two inside. Justin Houston (6-3, 260, Jr.) has the inside track at one of the inside positions. He led the Bulldogs a year ago with 15 tackles for loss (39 overall), including 7.5 sacks. In camp, he will be backed up by Reuben Faloughi (6-5, 240, RFr.) and Brock Boleman (6-6, 223, RFr.). At the other inside linebacker slot, the Bulldogs have Cornelius Washington (6-4, 255, RSo.), Darryl Gamble (6-2, 255, Sr.) and Chase Vasser (6-3, 220, RFr.). Washington had four sacks and Gamble had 47 tackles a year ago. At outside linebacker, the Bulldogs will open at one slot with Akeem Dent (6-2, 234, Sr.) leading the way. Dent had 32 tackles in just eight games a year ago. Mike Gilliard (6-2, 220, So.), Akeem Hebron (6-1, 227, Sr.), Jason Veal (5-11, 223, RSo.), Chris Grund (6-0, 220, Sr.) and Micah King (5-9, 215, Jr.) will provide depth. The other slot has Christian Robinson (6-2, 211, RSo.) on top. Marcus Dowtin (6-2, 220, Jr.), converted tailback Richard Samuel (6-2, 235, Jr.) and Jeremy Sulek (6-1, 218, RSo.) will challenge for playing time as well. Dowtin is Georgia’s leading retuning

tackler with 57, including seven for loss. Samuel had 395 yards and two touchdowns last season, but the emergence of Ealey and Caleb King allowed Samuel, an excellent high school linebacker, to change positions. SECONDARY Despite losing three starters, the secondary has eight returning lettermen, many of whom played significant roles last season. Brandon Boykin (5-10, 183, Jr.) is the lone remaining starter at cornerback. A year ago, Boykin had 54 tackles and a team-best three interceptions. In addition, Boykin set the SEC record with three kickoff returns for touchdowns. He will be backed up at cornerback by Branden Smith (5-11, 172, So.). Smith was a weapon on both sides of the ball as he also had 208 yards rushing with two touchdowns. Special teams ace Chad Gloer (5-10, 191, Sr.), Blake Sailors (5-11, 185, RFr.) and Luis Capella (5-10, 170, RFr.) could see action as well. At the other corner, the Bulldogs have Vance Cuff (5-11, 177, Sr.) atop the depth chart. Sanders Commings (6-2, 210, RSo.), Jordan Love (6-0, 184, RFr.) and Corey Dunson (6-0, 192, RFr.) also will factor in. Nick Williams (6-2, 212, Jr.) has the inside track to start at strong safety. Quintin Banks (6-2, 208, Sr.) and Shawn Williams (6-1, 206, So.) have playing experience at safety, while Josh Murray (6-2, 204, Sr.) will provide additional support. At free safety, the Bulldogs are led by Bacarri Rambo (6-0, 211, RSo.), who had two interceptions in 2009 and a memorable pass breakup in the Auburn game. Early enrollee Jakar Hamilton (6-2, 200, Jr.) made strides during spring practice and the Bulldogs also have Eric Elliot (5-9, 186, Jr.). SPECIALISTS Georgia may have the nation’s top special teams tandem in punter Drew Butler (6-2, 207, Jr.) and place-kicker Blair Walsh (5-10, 191, Jr.). Butler won the Ray Guy Award in 2009 as the country’s best punter after he averaged 48.1 yards per attempt. Walsh, a Lou Groza Award finalist, connected on 20-of-22 field goals, including 4-of-5 beyond 50 yards, and all 42 of his extra points. Walsh and Jamie Lindley (5-11, 168, Jr.) will back up Butler, while Brandon Bogotay (6-3, 214, Jr.) and Jamie Lindley (5-11, 168, Jr.) are additional candidates at place-kicker. The snapper is Ty Frix (6-0, 207, RSo.), with Rich and Billy Johnson (6-0, 241, RSo.) as reserves. Butler will take care of the holding duties.

Akeem Dent (51) and Justin Houston (42)

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2010 FOOTBALL ROSTER Numerical Roster 1 Branden Smith, CB 2 Brandon Boykin, CB 3 Washaun Ealey, TB 4 Caleb King, TB 4 Luis Capella, CB 6 Logan Gray, QB 7 Orson Charles, TE 8 A.J. Green, FLK 10 Jordan Love, CB 11 Aaron Murray, QB 12 Tavarres King, SE 12 Austin Herod, CB 13 Drew Butler, P 13 Blake Sailors, CB 15 Marlon Brown, SE 15 Brock Boleman, OLB 16 Kris Durham, SE 16 Josh Murray, SS

17 Rantavious Wooten, FLK

18 19 22 22 23 23 25 25 26 27 27 28 28 30 30 30 31 31 32 33 35 36 36 37 37 38 39 39 42 43 43 44

Bacarri Rambo, FS Sanders Commings, CB Richard Samuel, ILB Matt Sweat, FB Jakar Hamilton, FS Greg Lanier, SE Vance Cuff, CB Rhett McGowan, SE Jeremy Sulek, ILB Dontavius Jackson, TB Cameron Allen, FB Israel Troupe, FLK Corey Dunson, CB Eric Elliot, FS Carlton Thomas, TB Micah King, ILB Quintin Banks, SS Chris Young, FB Brandon Bogotay, K Chase Vasser, OLB Michael Gilliard, ILB Shawn Williams, SS Wes Van Dyk, TB Akeem Hebron, ILB Cortney Newmans, TB Marcus Dowtin, ILB Nick Williams, SS Dustin Royston, FB Justin Houston, OLB Kevin Lanier, FB Charles White, FB Josh Sailors, FB

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No. 27 79 31 65 32 15 60 2 80 45 15 68 13 4 49 7 19 98 25 63 78 64 51 58 38 28 16 3 97 30 95 89 86 69 50 99 35 71 47 6 8 47 23 76 70 87 37 12 42 66 27

Name Pos. Class Cameron Allen FB RSo. Justin Anderson N Jr. Quintin Banks SS Sr. John Bodin OG RSo. Brandon Bogotay K Jr. Brock Boleman OLB RFr. Clint Boling OT Sr. Brandon Boykin CB Jr. Taylor Bradberry FLK RSo. Brian Brewer TB Sr. Marlon Brown SE So. Chris Burnette C RFr. Drew Butler P Jr. Luis Capella CB RFr. Shaun Chapas FB Sr. Orson Charles TE So. Sanders Commings CB RSo. Candler Cook N Jr. Vance Cuff CB Sr. Chris Davis OG Sr. Josh Davis OT Sr. Matthew DeGenova DE Jr. Akeem Dent ILB Sr. Demarcus Dobbs DE Sr. Marcus Dowtin ILB Jr. Corey Dunson CB RFr. Kris Durham SE Sr. Washaun Ealey TB So. Scott Eichler P/K RFr. Eric Elliot FS Jr. Reuben Faloughi OLB RFr. Bruce Figgins TE Jr. Nick Franks DE Jr. Ty Frix SN RSo. Darryl Gamble OLB Sr. Kwame Geathers N RFr. Michael Gilliard ILB So. Cordy Glenn OG Jr. Chad Gloer CB Sr. Logan Gray QB/WR Jr. A.J. Green FLK Jr. Chris Grund ILB Sr. Jakar Hamilton FS Jr. Ben Harden OG Jr. A.J. Harmon OT RSo. Brandon Harton FLK RFr. Akeem Hebron ILB Sr. Austin Herod CB RFr. Justin Houston OLB Jr. Kolton Houston OT Fr. Dontavius Jackson TB RSo.

Hgt. 6-1 6-5 6-2 6-6 6-3 6-6 6-5 5-10 6-3 5-10 6-5 6-2 6-2 5-10 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-3 5-11 6-4 6-6 6-1 6-2 6-2 6-2 6-0 6-5 5-11 5-11 5-9 6-5 6-4 6-2 6-0 6-2 6-6 6-2 6-5 5-10 6-2 6-4 6-0 6-2 6-3 6-5 5-6 6-1 5-10 6-3 6-5 5-10

Wgt. 215 330 208 305 214 223 310 183 199 204 219 291 207 170 242 235 210 250 177 300 310 225 234 285 225 192 211 211 185 186 240 266 250 207 255 310 220 330 191 195 205 220 200 310 310 165 227 190 260 280 201

Exp. SQ 2VL 2VL SQ SQ HS 3VL 2VL SQ SQ 1VL SQ 2VL HS 3VL 1VL 1VL SQ 3VL 3VL 2VL SQ 3VL 3VL 2VL SQ 3VL 1VL SQ SQ SQ 2VL SQ 1VL 3VL SQ 1VL 2VL 1VL 2VL 2VL SQ TR SQ SQ HS SQ HS 2VL HS SQ

Birthdate 03-22-90 04-15-88 03-04-88 07-24-90 05-08-89 11-12-90 05-09-89 07-13-90 05-06-90 12-25-87 04-22-91 04-14-91 05-10-89 12-05-89 05-02-88 01-27-91 03-08-90 05-08-89 11-14-88 06-13-88 02-01-88 04-24-89 09-27-87 11-30-87 01-22-89 08-22-91 03-17-88 06-01-89 06-06-91 03-02-89 01-03-91 12-07-88 02-15-88 09-16-89 11-17-87 10-04-90 03-06-91 09-18-89 04-29-88 10-31-88 07-31-88 06-01-88 10-02-89 11-23-87 01-05-89 11-15-90 06-29-88 07-19-90 01-21-89 07-25-91 11-11-89

Hometown High School/J.C Canton, Ga. Woodstock Ocilla, Ga. Hargrave Military Warner Robins, Ga. Houston County Covington, Ga. Paragon Academy San Diego, Calif. Grossmont College Gainesville, Ga. Gainesville Alpharetta, Ga. Chattahoochee Fayetteville, Ga. Fayette County Winder, Ga. Winder-Barrow Lilburn, Ga. Brookwood Memphis, Tenn. Harding Academy LaGrange, Ga. Troup County Duluth, Ga. Peachtree Ridge Augusta, Ga. Richmond Academy St. Augustine, Fla. Bolles Tampa, Fla. Plant Augusta, Ga. Westside Atlanta, Ga. Westminster Moultrie, Ga. Colquitt County Jefferson, Ga. Jefferson Jayess, Miss. Tylertown Kenner, La. Jesuit Atlanta, Ga. Douglas Savannah, Ga. Calvary Baptist Upper Marlboro, Md. Fork Union Mil. Acad. Albany, Ga. Radnor Calhoun, Ga. Calhoun Stillmore, Ga. Emanuel County Institute Oakwood, Ga. West Hall Kennesaw, Ga. Kennesaw Mountain Martinez, Ga. Evans Columbus, Ga. Shaw Midway, Ga. Bradwell Institute Calhoun, Ga. Calhoun Bainbridge, Ga. Bainbridge Georgetown, S.C. Carvers Bay Valdosta, Ga. Valdosta Riverdale, Ga. Riverdale Fayetteville, Ga. Starrs Mill Columbia, Mo. Rock Bridge Summerville, S.C. Summerville Orlando, Fla. Dr. Phillips Edgeville, S.C. Georgia Military Perry, Ga. Hargrave Military Louisville, Ga. Jefferson County Reidsville, Ga. Tattnall County Gaithersburg, Md. Georgia Military Woodstock, Ga. Etowah Statesboro, Ga. Statesboro Buford, Ga. Buford Franklin, Ga. Heard County


2010 FOOTBALL ROSTER 45 45 47 47 48 49 49 50 51 53 54 55 57 58 58 60 61 63 64 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 73 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 83 84 85 86 86 87 88 89 93 94 94 95 97 97 98 99

Pos. Christian Robinson, ILB No. Name 94 Billy Johnson SN Brian Brewer, TB 93 Abry Jones DE Chad Gloer, CB 61 Ben Jones C Chris Grund, ILB 4 Caleb King TB Fred Munzenmaier, FB 30 Micah King ILB Shaun Chapas, FB 12 Tavarres King SE Jason Veal, ILB 43 Kevin Lanier FB Darryl Gamble, OLB 23 Greg Lanier SE Akeem Dent, ILB 64 Dallas Lee OG Jeremy Longo, DE 73 Austin Long OT Tanner Strickland, OG 53 Jeremy Longo DE Josh Parrish, OT 85 Derrick Lott DE Blair Walsh, PK 10 Jordan Love CB Demarcus Dobbs, DE Ben Reynolds, C 88 Arthur Lynch TE Clint Boling, OT 25 Rhett McGowan SE Ben Jones, C 48 Fred Munzenmaier FB Chris Davis, OG 11 Aaron Murray QB Dallas Lee, OG 16 Josh Murray SS Matthew DeGenova, DE 37 Cortney Newmans TB John Bodin, OG 67 Jonathan Owens OT Kolton Houston, OT 55 Josh Parrish OG Jonathan Owens, OT FS 18 Bacarri Rambo Chris Burnette, C 58 Ben Reynolds C Ty Frix, SN 86 Derek Rich TE A.J. Harmon, OT 45 Christian Robinson ILB Cordy Glenn, OG 39 Dustin Royston FB Austin Long, OT 13 Blake Sailors CB Kiante Tripp, DE 44 Josh Sailors FB Ben Harden, OG 22 Richard Samuel ILB Trinton Sturdivant,OT 1 Branden Smith CB Josh Davis, OT 84 Jordan Stowe PK Justin Anderson, N 54 Tanner Strickland OG Taylor Bradberry, FLK 77 Trinton Sturdivant OT Aron White, TE 26 Jeremy Sulek ILB Cornelius Washington, OLB 22 Matt Sweat FB Jordan Stowe, PK 30 Carlton Thomas TB Derrick Lott, DE 75 Kiante Tripp DE Nick Franks, DE 28 Israel Troupe FLK Derek Rich, TE 94 DeAngelo Tyson N Brandon Harton, FLK 36 Wes Van Dyk TB Arthur Lynch, TE 33 Chase Vasser OLB Bruce Figgins, TE 49 Jason Veal ILB Abry Jones, DE 57 Blair Walsh PK DeAngelo Tyson, N 83 Cornelius Washington OLB Billy Johnson, SN 81 Aron White TE Reuben Faloughi, OLB 43 Charles White FB Brandon Wood, DE 39 Nick Williams SS Scott Eichler, P/K 36 Shawn Williams SS Candler Cook, N 97 Brandon Wood DE Kwame Geathers, N 17 Rantavious Wooten FLK 31 Chris Young FB

Class RSo. So. Jr. Jr. RSo. RSo. RSo. RFr. RFr. RFr. RSo. RFr. RFr. So. RFr. Sr. RFr. Sr. Jr. RSo. RFr. RSo. RFr. Sr. RSo. RFr. RFr. Jr. Jr. So. RSo. Jr. Jr. RSo. So. RSo. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. RFr. RSo. Jr. RSo. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. So. RFr.

Hgt. 6-0 6-3 6-3 5-11 5-9 6-1 5-11 6-1 6-4 6-5 6-3 6-4 6-0 6-5 6-0 6-2 6-1 6-2 5-9 6-4 6-4 6-0 6-2 6-5 6-2 5-11 5-11 5-9 6-2 5-11 6-5 6-5 6-5 6-1 6-0 5-7 6-6 6-1 6-2 6-0 6-3 5-11 5-10 6-4 6-4 6-1 6-2 6-1 6-1 5-10 6-1

Wgt. Exp. 241 SQ 290 1VL 300 2VL 212 2VL 215 HS 184 1VL 212 SQ 188 SQ 300 SQ 295 SQ 253 SQ 295 SQ 184 SQ 254 1VL 185 SQ 235 2VL 209 SQ 204 SQ 223 SQ 300 SQ 303 SQ 211 1VL 250 SQ 263 SQ 211 1VL 226 SQ 185 SQ 230 SQ 232 2VL 172 1VL 222 SQ 322 SQ 320 2VL 218 SQ 230 HS 176 SQ 290 1VL 215 1VL 295 2VL 205 SQ 220 SQ 223 SQ 191 2VL 255 1VL 237 2VL 221 SQ 218 2VL 206 1VL 285 1VL 176 1VL 215 HS

Birthdate 05-11-90 09-08-91 07-02-89 01-10-88 09-07-89 07-14-90 09-02-89 02-19-89 10-18-89 12-12-90 10-19-89 06-18-90 12-31-90 06-17-90 02-01-90 01-22-88 11-10-90 08-12-84 10-31-89 11-16-89 11-09-90 06-27-90 07-23-90 02-08-88 05-17-90 12-28-90 05-23-91 03-21-89 02-03-91 12-19-89 10-18-89 07-28-89 01-18-89 12-20-89 09-07-89 04-27-89 10-08-87 11-04-88 04-12-89 09-21-89 04-29-91 05-27-90 01-08-90 09-10-89 09-08-88 09-20-88 04-20-89 05-13-91 02-14-87 09-26-89 12-01-90

Hometown Braselton, Ga. Warner Robins, Ga. Centreville, Ala. Norcross, Ga. Reidsville, Ga. Mount Airy, Ga. Woodstock, Ga. Clarksville, Ga. Buford, Ga. Memphis, Tenn. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Kennesaw, Ga. Glen Allen, Va. Dartmouth, Mass. Calhoun, Ga. Norcross, Ga. Tampa, Fla. Tampa, Fla. Macon, Ga. Blountsville, Ala. Norcross, Ga. Donalsonville, Ga. Bainbridge, Ga. Gainesville, Ga. Norcross, Ga. Royston, Ga. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Cartersville, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. Lilburn, Ga. Nashville, Ga. Wadesboro, N.C. Dacula, Ga. Fayetteville, Ga. Frostproof, Fla. Atlanta, Ga. Tifton, Ga. Statesboro, Ga.

High School/J.C Buford Northside Bibb County Greater Atlanta Christian Tatnall County Habersham Central Marist Habersham Central Buford Briarcrest Christian Cardinal Gibbons North Cobb Deep Run Dartmouth Calhoun Norcross Plant Univ. of Tampa Mount De Sales Susan Moore Wesleyan Seminole County Bainbridge Connecticut Greater Atlanta Christian Stephens County Oconee County Oconee County Cass Washington Parkview Berrien Count Anson Dacula Starr’s Mill Frostproof Westlake Tift County Statesboro

Gainesville, Ga. Lilburn, Ga. Boca Raton, Fla. Hephzibah, Ga. Columbia, Mo. Columbia, S.C. Bainbridge, Ga. Damascus, Ga. Buchanan, Ga. Belle Glade, Fla. Hinesville, Ga.

Chestatee Parkview Cardinal Gibbons Burke County Rock Bridge Blythewood Bainbridge Early County Haralson County Glades Central Bradwell Institute

Highland Park, Texas Highland Park

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2010 PRE-SEASON DEPTH CHART OFFENSE SE

LT LG C RG RT TE

QB FB

TB

FLK

12 16 15 25 23 60 67 71 64 65 61 68 58 63 76 55 78 66 7 81 89 88 86 11 6 49 43 39 43 44 22 31 3 30 27 45 36 29 8 17 3 87

Injured 48 4 27 70 77 73 54 36 28 19

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DEFENSE

Tavarres King (6-1, 184, RSo.) Kris Durham (6-5, 209, Sr.) Marlon Brown (6-5, 219, So.) Rhett McGowan (6-0, 182, RFr.) Greg Lanier (6-1, 185, RFr.) Clint Boling (6-5, 310, Sr.) Jonathan Owens (6-4, 300, RSo.) Cordy Glenn (6-5, 328, Jr.) Dallas Lee (6-4, 300, RFr.) John Bodin (6-6, 300, RSo.) Ben Jones (6-3, 300, Jr..) Chris Burnette (6-2, 290, RFr.) Ben Reynolds (6-2, 245, RFr.) Chris Davis (6-4, 300, Sr.) Ben Harden (6-3, 310, Jr.) Josh Parrish (6-4, 290, RFr.) Josh Davis (6-6, 310, Sr.) Kolton Houston (6-5, 280, Fr.) Orson Charles (6-3, 235, So.) Aron White (6-4, 236, Jr.) Bruce Figgins (6-4, 260, Jr.) Arthur Lynch (6-5, 254, So.) Derek Rich (6-5, 263, Sr.) Aaron Murray (6-1, 209, RFr.) Logan Gray (6-2, 192, Jr.) Shaun Chapas (6-2, 245, Sr.) Kevin Lanier (5-11, 209, RSo.) Dustin Royston (5-11, 230, RFr.) Charles White (6-1, 224, Jr.) Josh Sailors (5-9, 225, Jr.) Matt Sweat (5-11, 231, So.) Chris Young (6-5, 215, Fr.) Washaun Ealey (5-11, 211, So.) Carlton Thomas (5-7, 176, RSo. Dontavius Jackson (5-10, 205, RSo.) Brian Brewer (5-10, 204, Sr.) Wes Van Dyk (6-0, 208, Jr.) Alex Parsons (5-9, 196, Jr.) A.J. Green (6-4, 205, Jr.) Rantavious Wooten (5-10, 176, So.) Taylor Bradberry (6-3, 197, RSo.) Brandon Harton (5-5, 170, Fr.)

LE

Fred Munzenmaier (6-2, 235, Sr.) Caleb King (5-11, 212, Jr.) Cameron Allen (6-1, 209, RSo.) A.J. Harmon (6-5, 310, RSo.) Trinton Sturdivant (6-5, 320, Jr.) Austin Long (6-5, 295, RFr.) Tanner Strickland (6-5, 322, Jr.) Cortney Newmans (5-9, 219, Jr.) Israel Troupe (6-1, 215, Jr.) Craig Sager (6-2, 209, Sr.)

P

93 97 85 64 N 94 99 98 RE 58 74 86 OLB 83 50 33 OLB 42 95 15 ILB 51 35 37 49 47 30 ILB 45 38 22 26 CB 2 1 47 13 4 SS 39 31 36 16 FS 18 23 30 CB 25 19 10 28

Abry Jones (6-3, 290, So.) Brandon Wood (6-1, 286, Sr.) Derrick Lott (6-4, 295, RFr.) Matthew DeGenova (6-1, 225, Jr.) DeAngelo Tyson (6-2, 294, Jr.) Kwame Geathers (6-6, 310, RFr.) Candler Cook (6-3, 250, Jr.) Demarcus Dobbs (6-2, 285, Sr.) Kiante Tripp (6-6, 290, Sr.) Nick Franks (6-2, 250, Jr) Cornelius Washington (6-4, 255, RSo.) Darryl Gamble (6-2, 255, Sr.) Chase Vasser (6-3, 220, RFr.) Justin Houston (6-3, 259, Jr.) Reuben Faloughi (6-5, 240, RFr.) Brock Boleman (6-6, 223, RFR.) Akeem Dent (6-2, 233, Sr.) Mike Gilliard (6-2, 220, So.) Akeem Hebron (6-1, 227, Sr.) Jason Veal (5-11, 223, RSo.) Chris Grund (6-0, 220, Sr.) Micah King (5-10, 220, Jr.) Christian Robinson (6-2, 211, RSo.) Marcus Dowtin (6-2, 225, Jr.) Richard Samuel, 6-2, 232, Jr.) Jeremy Sulek (6-1, 218, RSo.) Brandon Boykin (5-10, 183, Jr.) Branden Smith (5-11, 175, So.) Chad Gloer (5-10, 193, Sr.) Blake Sailors (5-11, 185, RFr.) Luis Capella (5-10, 170, RFr.) Nick Williams (6-2, 219, Jr.) Quintin Banks (6-2, 213, Sr.) Shawn Williams (6-1, 206, So.) Josh Murray (6-2, 204, Sr.) Bacarri Rambo (6-0, 210, RSo.) Jakar Hamilton (6-2, 200, Jr.) Eric Elliot (5-9, 186, Jr.) Vance Cuff (5-11, 177, Sr.) Sanders Commings (6-2, 214, RSo.) Jordan Love (6-0, 185, RFr.) Corey Dunson (6-0, 192, RFr.)

Injured 79 Justin Anderson (6-5, 330, Jr.) 53 Jeremy Longo (6-3, 253, RSo.)

SPECIALISTS

PK SN H

13 57 99 57 30 99 69 86 94 13

Drew Butler (6-2, 203, Jr.) Blair Walsh (5-10, 185, Jr.) Jamie Lindley (5-11, 168, Jr.) Blair Walsh (5-10, 191, Jr.) Brandon Bogotay (6-3, 214, Jr.) Jamie Lindley (5-11, 168, Jr.) Ty Frix (6-1, 206, RSo.) Derek Rich (6-5, 245, Sr.) Billy Johnson (6-0, 225, RSo.) Drew Butler (6-2, 203, Jr.)


DOG TRACKS Bulldog Fall Storylines: Four Things To Watch

2010 Georgia Schedule

Sept. 4 Univ. of La.-Lafayette TBA Sept. 11 @*South Carolina TBA Sept. 18 *Arkansas TBA Sept. 25 @*Mississippi State TBA Oct. 2 @Colorado TBA Oct. 9 *Tennessee TBA Oct. 16 *Vanderbilt TBA Oct. 23 @*Kentucky TBA Oct. 30 %*Florida TBA Nov. 6 Idaho State TBA Nov. 13 @*Auburn TBA Nov. 27 Georgia Tech TBA Dec. 4 SEC Championship TBA Bold indicates homes games;*SEC game; % - Jacksonville (Fla.) Municipal Stadium

2009 Georgia results

Sept. 5 @ #9 Oklahoma State (ABC) L, 24-10 Sept. 12 *South Carolina (ESPN2) W, 41-37 Sept. 19 @*Arkansas (ESPN) W, 52-41 Sept. 26 Arizona State (ESPNU) W, 20-17 Oct. 3 #4 *LSU (CBS) L, 20-13 Oct. 10 @ *Tennessee (SEC Net.) L, 45-19 Oct. 17 @ *Vanderbilt (SEC Net.) W, 34-10 Oct. 31 % #1 *Florida (CBS) L, 41-17 Nov. 7 Tennessee Tech (PPV) W, 38-0 Nov. 14 #25 *Auburn (ESPN2) W, 31-24 Nov. 21 *Kentucky (ESPN2) L, 34-27 Nov. 28 @ #7 Georgia Tech (ABC) W, 30-24 Dec. 28 ~Texas A&M (ESPN2) W, 44-20 Bold indicates homes games;*SEC game; % - Jacksonville (Fla.) Municipal Stadium ^ - Homecoming ~ - Independence Bowl, Shreveport, La.

Non-Conference Success

Under the direction of Mark Richt, Georgia owns a 38-4 record against teams from outside the Southeastern Conference. The only losses came in bowl games to Boston College (20-16, 2001 Music City) and West Virginia (38-35, 2006 Nokia Sugar) and during the regular season to Georgia Tech (45-42, 2008) and Oklahoma State (24-10, 2009). In 2009, the Bulldogs beat Arizona State (2017), Tennessee Tech (38-0), #7 Georgia Tech (3024) and Texas A&M (44-20 in the Independence Bowl) and lost to the #9 Cowboys (24-10) to finish with a 4-1 non-conference record. The Bulldogs are 25-1 against non-conference foes at home.

2010 Key Dates

July 31: Fall practice begins Sept. 4: Season opener vs. Univ. of La.-Lafayette Sept. 11: SEC opener @ South Carolina

*The Search For A Signal Caller: For the second year in a row, Georgia will have a new quarterback directing the offense. The candidates for the starting spot are redshirt freshman Aaron Murray and junior Logan Gray. Freshman Hutson Mason, who was the Class AAAAA Player of the Year from Lassiter HS, could also play into the mix. The Bulldogs return the other 10 starters on offense. *Switching To A 3-4: Todd Grantham joined the Bulldog coaching staff as Georgia’s new defensive coordinator in January 2010 and installed a 3-4 defense. Grantham came to UGA from the Dallas Cowboys. Also, secondary coach Scott Lakatos and linebackers coach Warren Belin are newcomers on the staff. *Who Will Emerge As The Defensive Leaders With The New Scheme? Justin Houston is one of the top returning defensive threats in the SEC. Houston finished third in the league in sacks with 7.5 and second in the league with TFLs with 15 in just 10 games last season. With the new 3-4 defense, Houston is expected to line up at one of the outside linebacker spots. Senior Demarcus Dobbs and sophomore Abry Jones have been slotted to fill the needs on both ends of the defensive line. *Questions Linger At Receiver: Junior A.J. Green will headline the Bulldog receivers after leading the team with 53 catches for 808 yards and six TDs. Tavarres King (18-377-1) and Rantavious Wooten (10197-2) are the other top returning receivers. Georgia will welcome back Kris Durham to the lineup after he missed the 2009 season with a shoulder injury. Durham led the Bulldogs with three catches for 54 yards and a touchdown at the G-Day game.. One of Georgia’s strengths will be at tight end as Aron White, who was the MVP of the 2009 Indepedence Bowl, Orson Charles and Arthur Lynch will be joined by Bruce Figgins, who is returning after redshirting with an injury last season. Lynch had a 39-yard scoring catch at G-Day.

Winning With Richt

Mark Richt is one of only seven head coaches who has won 90 or more NCAA Division I football games in his first nine seasons. His victories in that span include two SEC Championships and 29 wins over ranked teams. Georgia has attended a bowl game every season since Richt took over as head coach and the team’s current streak of post-season appearances stands at 13. Coach (1st 9 Seasons) ...................................School, 9-Year Mark George Woodruff (1892-1900).......................Pennsylvania, 114-7-2 Pete Carroll (2001-09) ...................................USC, 97-19 Bob Stoops (1999-2007) ...............................Oklahoma, 97-22 Urban Meyer (2001- ) ....................................Bowling Green, Utah, Florida, 96-18 Amos Alonzo Stagg (1890-98).......................Springfield, Chicago, 94-35-8 Barry Switzer (1973-81) ................................Oklahoma, 90-13-3 Mark Richt (2001- ) .....................................Georgia, 90-27

Eight In 13 Straight

Georgia leads the country with 13 consecutive seasons with eight or more wins. Texas and Virginia Tech rank second with 12 each. The next closest team in the Southeastern Conference is LSU with 10, which is tied for fifth in the nation.

Georgia Among Best in the SEC Under Mark Richt Since 2001 1. LSU ............................... 91-26 2. Florida ........................... 91-28 3. Georgia ......................... 90-27 4. Auburn........................... 80-35 5. Tennessee ...................... 76-39

Specializing In Specialists

Georgia features three of the nation’s top specialists. 2009 Ray Guy winner Drew Butler, 2009 Lou Groza Award finalist Blair Walsh and kickoff return standout Brandon Boykin all return for the Bulldogs. Boykin set an SEC record with two 100-yard kickoff returns for touchdowns in the same season and a school-record 988 return yards.

Georgia Among Bowl Leaders

Georgia played in a bowl game for a record 13th consecutive season in 2009. The Bulldogs made their 45th appearance in post-season play at the Independence Bowl in Shreveport, La. The Bulldogs’ bowl record is 26-16-3.

Nation’s All-Time Top Bowl Teams Entering 2010 Season

Team 1. Alabama T2. Texas T3. Tennessee T3. Southern Cal T5. GEORGIA T5. Nebraska 7. Oklahoma

Bowl Games 57 49 48 48 45 45 43

W-L-T 32-22-3 25-22-2 25-23-0 32-16-0 26-16-3 23-22-0 25-17-1

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DOG TRACKS Under Coach Richt Mark Richt: Miami (Fla.) 1982 UGA/Overall: 90-27 (9 years) Notes: One of only seven men in NCAA Division I-A history to record 90 or more wins in his first nine seasons...Two SEC titles, three SEC Championship Game appearances...Nine straight bowl games...38-4 non-conference record, including 25-1 at home...Named the 2005 SEC Coach of the Year after a 10-3 season, SEC title and a No. 10 final Coaches poll ranking...Named the 2002 SEC Coach of the Year after directing the Bulldogs to their first SEC title in 20 years... Set a school record with a 13-win season in 2002...Posted Sugar Bowl wins over Florida State and Hawaii...In 2001, posted best record by a first-year coach at Georgia since 1920 when Herman Stegeman went 8-0-1, Richt’s team went 8-4...Came to UGA from Florida State (1990-2000), including serving as Offensive Coordinator from 1994-2000.

Bulldog Assistant Coaches

Rodney Garner ....... ..Asst. Head Coach, Recr. Coord./Def. Line Mike Bobo .................................. Offensive Coord./Quarterbacks Todd Grantham ...........................Defensive Coord./Linebackers Stacy Searels ...........Running Game Coordinator/Offensive Line Tony Ball ............................................................. Wide Receivers Warren Belin ............................................................ Linebackers Scott Lakatos ...............................................................Secondary John Lilly .................................................................... Tight Ends Bryan McClendon ............................................... Running Backs Dave Van halanger .......................Dir. Strength & Conditioning Support Staff/Grad. Assistant Coaches: Daniel Bettis, Brad hutcherson, Todd hartley, Mitch Doolittlee Coaching Duties for Special Teams Punt Cov.: John Lilly; Punt Returns: Bryan McClendon; KO Cov.: Warren Belin; KO Returns: Tony Ball; XP/FG: Stacy Searels; Block: Rodney Garner

Winningest Active Division I-A Coaches

By Winning Percentage

Coach, Curr. School

Yrs W L

T Pct.

Bowls

1. Urban Meyer, UF

9

96 18 0 .842 6-1

2. Bob Stoops, OU

11

117 29 0 .801 5-7

3. MARK RICHT, UGA 9

90 27 0 .769 7-2

4. Gary Patterson, TCU 10 86 28 0 .754 5-4 6. Joe Paterno, PSU

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44 394 129 3 .751 24-11-1

33-6 In An Opponent’s Stadium

Including 11-3 Against Ranked Foes

Year 2001 2001 2001 2001 2002 2002 2002 2002 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 2004 2004 2004 2004 2005 2005 2005 2005 2006 2006 2006 2006 2007 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009

Opponent #6 Tennessee Vanderbilt Ole Miss #21 Ga. Tech South Carolina #22 Alabama Kentucky #24 Auburn Clemson #11 LSU #13 Tennessee Vanderbilt Ga. Tech South Carolina Arkansas Kentucky #3 Auburn Miss. State #8 Tennessee Vanderbilt #20 Ga. Tech South Carolina Ole Miss Kentucky #5 Auburn #16 Alabama Tennessee Vanderbilt Ga. Tech South Carolina Arizona State #11 LSU Kentucky Auburn #9 Oklahoma State Arkansas Tennessee Vanderbilt #7 Ga. Tech

Final W, 26-24 W, 30-14 W, 35-15 W, 31-17 W, 13-7 W, 27-25 W, 52-24 W, 24-21 W, 30-0 L, 17-10 W, 41-14 W, 27-8 W, 34-17 W, 20-16 W, 20-14 W, 62-17 L, 24-6 W, 23-10 W, 27-14 W, 34-17 W, 14-7 W, 18-0 W, 14-9 L, 24-20 W, 37-15 W, 26-23 L, 35-14 W, 20-17 W, 31-17 W, 14-7 W, 27-10 W, 52-38 W, 42-38 W, 17-13 L, 24-10 W, 52-41 L, 45-19 W, 34-10 W, 30-24

FINISh ThE DRILL

18 Victories When Tied Or Trailing Late

Year 2001 2001 2002 2002 2002 2003 2004 2004 2005 2006 2006 2006 2007 2007 2008 2008 2009 2009

Opponent @#6 Tennessee Kentucky Clemson @ #22 Alabama @ #24 Auburn UAB vs. ^Purdue @ S. Carolina @ #20 Ga. Tech Colorado #16 Ga. Tech #14 *Va. Tech @ #16 Alabama @ Vanderbilt @ Kentucky @ Auburn Arizona State #25 Auburn

Start of 4th Qtr. 17-17 29-29 28-21 CU 25-24 UA 21-17 AU 13-13 27-27 (end of 4th) 16-13 SC 7-7 13-0 CU 12-7 GT (8:50 4th) 21-13 VT 20-20 (end of 4th) 17-14 VU 38-35 (12:09 4th) 13-10 (11:05 4th) 17-14 ASU 24-24 (14:11 4th)

Final 26-24 43-29 31-28 27-25 24-21 16-13 34-27 OT 20-16 14-7 14-13 15-12 31-24 26-23 OT 20-17 42-38 17-13 20-17 31-24

^Capital One Bowl, Tampa, Fla.; *The largest comeback under Richt was 18 points against Va. Tech in the 2006 Chick-fil-A Bowl. Georgia trailed 21-3 at the half.

Special Teams Under Richt

Georgia has blocked 18 Punts, 11 Field Goals and 3 PATs since 2001 and converted them in to 114 points. 2009 (5): 2 Punt, 1 PAT, 2 FG = 12 points. 2008 (2): 2 Punts = 7 points. 2007 (1): 1 Punt = 7 points. 2006 (2): 1 Punt, 1 FG = 7 points. 2005 (2): 2 Punts = 14 points. 2004 (2): 2 Punts = 7 points. 2003 (7): 4 FGs, 2 Punts, 1 PAT = 17 points. 2002 (9): 5 Punts, 4 FGs = 40 points. (Set school record) 2001 (2): 1 Punt, 1 PAT = 3 points. The Bulldogs have 15 Special Teams TDs plus two safeties in the last nine seasons. There is one current Bulldog who has scored three Special Teams TDs: Brandon Boykin: 100-yard kickoff return against South Carolina in 2009; 100-yd. KOR at Tennessee in 2009; 81-yard KOR vs. Texas A&M in Independence Bowl

Georgia Among Best in the SEC Under Richt

Georgia is third in the SEC since 2001 with a 90-27 record.

1. LSU ............................... 91-26 2. Florida ........................... 91-28 3. Georgia ......................... 90-27 4. Auburn........................... 80-35 5. Tennessee ...................... 76-39

Inside the Numbers Under Richt

Record (*SEC) ................................... 90-27 (52-23) home/Away/Neutral .................... 46-11/33-6/11-10 Versus Ranked Teams (h/A/N)........... 9-8/11-3/9-8 Versus Top 10 Teams (h/A/N)............... 1-2/4-2/3-5 Day/Night.................................................63-18/27-9 After Bye Week ................................................. 11-4 SEC East/*West/Non-Conf. .......... 28-16/24-7/38-4 Conference Record (h/A/*N) ......... 22-10/26-5/4-8 Score First/Opp. Scores First ................67-9/23-18 Leading/Trailing/Tied at half......... 70-7/17-19/3-1 Leading/Tr./Tied after 3rd Q ............ 77-5/8-22/5-0 Scoring < 18 Pts. / 18 + Pts.....................11-18/79-9 Allowing less than 20 Pts.................................. 63-7 Allowing 20+/30+ Pts. .............................21-10/6-11 Rushing for less than 100 yards .................... 14-12 Rushing for over 100 yards ............................ 76-15 Rushing for 200+ yards .................................... 20-2 Passing for 300+ yards ..................................... 18-4 Totaling less than 300 yards........................... 18-12 400+ yards of Total Offense ............................. 44-5 Allowing less than 100 yds. rushing ................ 48-3 Allowing less than 300 yds. Total Off. ............. 54-6 Allowing 400+ yds. total offense ........................ 9-9 having 100-yard rusher ................................... 39-3 Opp. have 100-yard rusher ............................ 13-10 No turnovers / takeaways.........................19-0/8-10 In August/September ..................................3-0/29-5 In October ....................................................... 25-10 In November...................................................... 23-9 In December ........................................................ 5-2 In January ........................................................... 5-1 * - includes 2002 SEC Championship game win over #22 Arkansas; 2003 SEC Championship game loss to #3 LSU; 2005 SEC Championship game win over #3 LSU


DOG TRACKS OFFENSE

The QB Race

Redshirt freshman Aaron Murray will join junior Logan Gray as the candidates to become the starting signal caller in 2010. Murray (6-1, 206) has been enrolled at UGA since January 2009 and redshirted last season. Murray competed at the Elite 11 camp after returning from an injury to lead Plant HS to a state title his senior season. Gray is the only one of the two candidates who has appeared in a game at quarterback for the Bulldogs. He saw action during the 2009 season and went 5-of-12 for 31 yards with two INTs. Gray has seen his most action as a punt returner. In two seasons, he has two punt returns for 70 yards while handling most of Georgia’s “fair catch” situations. Gray has also scrambled 56 yards on 11 carries from his quarterback position during those two years. Here is what each did during the annual G-Day spring game: Logan Gray: 10-for-17, 132 yds., 1 TD Aaron Murray: 8-of-19, 96 yds., 1 INT

Offensive Front Returns Intact For 2010

The Bulldog offensive line led the SEC with the fewest sacks allowed in 2009. The unit allowed only 12 sacks in 13 games for a loss of 96 yards last season. During the season, they employed six different lineups. Georgia rolled up 339 yards on the ground to help knock off #7 Georgia Tech and gained 1,216 yards on the ground over the final five games. Josh Davis began starting at RT for the Bulldogs against Vanderbilt after returning from an injury. Clint Boling, who had started the first six games at RT as a junior last year, got the nod at LT the last six games while playing at RG for one game during the middle of the year. He was named to the 2009 AP All-SEC second team. After playing in 13 games and starting five in 2009, Justin Anderson has been moved to nose with the new 3-4 defensive alignment. Georgia started Trinton Sturdivant (LT), Chris Davis (LG), Ben Jones (C), Cordy Glenn (RG) and Boling (RT) in their season opener. Sturdivant, who was a Freshman All-American after starting 13 games in 2007 and then missed the 2008 season due to a left knee injury, re-injured his knee at #9 OSU and was lost for the rest of the 2009 season. Sturdivant is expected to return for the 2010 season. Georgia’s Rushing Attack Final 5 Games of 2009 Opponent Att. Yards TDs Tenn. Tech 39 304 3 #25 Auburn 38 169 3 Kentucky 44 196 0 #7 Ga. Tech 44 339 2 Texas A&M 40 208 3 Total 205 1,216 11 Yards/Attempt: 5.9 1st 8 Games Total 242 877 6 Yards/Attempt: 3.6

Plenty Of Options At TE

The Bulldogs feature one of the deepest and most versatile groups of tight ends in the country. Aron White started 12 games as a redshirt sophomore last season and was named the Offensive MVP of the Independence Bowl after hauling in two touchdown passes. He finished with 13 catches for 198 yards and four TDs on the year. Orson Charles earned Freshman All-America honors after appearing in all 13 games, including three starts. He ranked third on the team with 23 catches for 374 yards and three scores. In his freshman season, Arthur Lynch saw action in 11 games and had two catches for 17 yards in 2009. Lynch also hauled in a 39-yard touchdown during the annual G-Day game. The Bulldogs also welcome back Bruce Figgins who redshirted in 2009 with a shoulder injury. In his Bulldog career, Figgins has appeared in 24 games, including three starts, with five catches for 56 yards and one touchdown.

Green Gearing For 1,000 Yards

A.J. Green finished second in the SEC receiving yards/game (80.8) and rec./game (5.3) and was named to the AP All-SEC first team as a sophomore in 2009. Green missed three games late in the year due to a shoulder injury, but returned to lead the Bulldogs in the bowl win over Texas A&M after snagging six catches for 57 yards. Green’s top performance in 2009 came against Arizona State when he snagged eight catches for 153 yards and a touchdown. It was his fourth career 100-yard game, and he was named the SEC Offensive Player of the Week. He also blocked his first career field goal late in the fourth quarter against the Sun Devils to help secure the win. Green will be complemented with the return of senior Kris Durham after Durham redshirted in 2009 with a shoulder injury. Durham has 32 catches for 450 yards in his career and highlighted the 2010 G-Day game with three catches for 54 yards, including a touchdown. Redshirt sophomore Tavarres King, sophomores Rantavious Wooten and Marlon Brown also provide the Bulldogs with additional targets.

Year 2008 2009 TOTAL

G/GS 13/11 10/8 23/19

Rec. 56 53 109

Green’s Bulldog Career Yds. Per/Rec. Per/Game 963 17.2 74.1 808 15.2 80.8 1,771 16.2 77.0

TD 8 6 14

LG 54 UF 65 VU 65 VU

Bulldog Tailbacks Strong Down The Stretch

The Bulldogs had four different leading rushers in 2009, but finished the year by employing a combination of Caleb King and Washaun Ealey. The Bulldogs tallied 1,216 yards rushing in their last five games, including 339 in the road win over #7 Georgia Tech. The 339 rushing yards was the most in a game since 1988 when the Bulldogs rumbled for 372 yards on 53 carries in a 59-24 win over William & Mary. Also, the Bulldogs had two 100-yard rushers against the Yellow Jackets for the first time since 2004. Ealey tallied a career-high 183 yards on 20 carries (9.1/carry) while King registered a career-best 166 yards on 19 carries (9.2/carry) and two touchdowns. Ealey was named the SEC Freshman of the Week for the second time this season after the Georgia Tech game. Ealey had a career-high 98 yards rushing on 18 carries and one touchdown versus Auburn and was also named SEC Freshman of the Week. King started the final five games of 2009.

Paving The Way For The Tailbacks

Seniors Shaun Chapas and Fred Munzenmaier return for their final season at fullback for the Bulldogs. This duo has the ability to run-block, but has also shown the ability to move the chains. Chapas gained 45 yards on seven carries and had one score plus nine catches for 50 yards and one score in 2009. Munzenmaier had 10 carries for 36 yards and two TDs and also caught three passes for 21 yards. Munzenmaier sat out the spring after having shoulder surgery but is expected to make a full recovery for the fall.

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DOG TRACKS DEFENSE

Bulldog Defense Welcomes Three New Coaches, Will Debut 3-4 Scheme

Mark Richt retooled his defensive staff following the 2009 season. Georgia’s defensive staff in 2010 will be led by defensive coordinator/outside linebackers coach Todd Grantham, assistant head coach/defensive line/recruiting coordinator Rodney Garner (12th year at UGA), defensive backs coach Scott Lakatos and inside linebackers coach Warren Belin. Grantham came to Georgia from the Dallas Cowboys where he was the defensive line coach from 2008 to 2009. Before arriving in Athens, Grantham had spent 11 seasons in the NFL but also has had assistant coaching experience at Virginia Tech and Michigan State. Lakatos came the Bulldogs from Connecticut where he was the secondary coach since 2004. Lakatos helped the Huskies have a national ranking of No. 9 in pass efficiency defense in 2008. Belin arrived in Athens after spending the last eight seasons coaching linebackers at Vanderbilt. The 20-year coaching veteran also spent the last two seasons as the Commodores recruiting coordinator. With Grantham running the defense, Georgia made the switch to a 3-4 alignment this spring. New terminology includes two ends and a nose. The linebackers are “Sam”, “Will”, “Mike” and “Mo”.

Who Will Be The Men Up Front?

Georgia’s switch to a 3-4 defense puts the spotlight on who will fill the role at nose. The Bulldogs lost their top three defensive linemen in Jeff Owens, Geno Atkins and Kade Weston. Junior DeAngelo Tyson played in all 13 games last season and finished with 12 tackles. A younger lineman looking to make an impression is sophomore Abry Jones, who played in 12 games and had eight tackles and two tackles for loss. Jones and senior Demarcus Dobbs emerged as the leaders to fill the end spots on the line. Dobbs started all 13 games of 2009 at one of the defensive end spots and finished with 30 tackles and 4.5 sacks as a junior.

houston Is SEC’s Top Returning Sack-Master

Despite playing in only 10 games as a sophomore, Justin houston finished second in the SEC with a team-leading 7.5 sacks and 15 tackles for loss. For his efforts, he was named to the AP AllSEC second team. The Bulldogs registered 30 sacks in 2009 compared to just 12 by their opponents. Houston has now been slotted to play one of the outside linebacker spots for Georgia’s 3-4 defense.

No Dowtin The Bulldog Linebackers

In Georgia’s new 3-4 scheme, the linebackers will play an important role in slowing the opposition’s offensive attack. The Bulldogs’ top returning tackler is junior linebacker Marcus Dowtin. Dowtin registered 57 tackles last season, including seven TFLs and two sacks. He appeared in 11 games with four starts. One of those starts came against Texas A&M in the Independence Bowl as Dowtin recorded a career-high nine tackles to lead the Bulldog defense. Georgia’s returning linebackers also include seniors Darryl Gamble, who had 47 tackles, and Akeem Dent, who finished with 32 stops. After spring practice, the Bulldogs set to start at the four linebacker spots are Gamble (Mike), Dent (Mo), Justin houston (Will) and redshirt sophomore Cornelius Washington (Sam). Washington finished 2009 as a defensive end with 13 tackles, four tackles and 15 QBPs.

New Faces Abound In Secondary

Brandon Boykin returns for his junior season to lead the Bulldogs’ youthful secondary in 2010. Boykin was fourth on the team in 2009 with 54 tackles and three interceptions while starting 12 of 13 games. Boykin is the lone returning member of the secondary as Prince Miller and Bryan Evans graduated and Reshad Jones entered the NFL Draft early. Redshirt sophomore safety Bacarri Rambo played in 11 games for the Bulldogs last season and finished with 25 stops and two INTs. Also getting snaps at defensive back in 2009 were Branden Smith and Vance Cuff. Smith started one game and played in all 13 and in addition to his 14 tackles, he had 17 carries for 211 yards and two scores on offense. Cuff had 21 tackles in 2009 after starting one game and playing in nine. In addition, redshirt sophomore Sanders Commings will be attempting to earn more playing time after playing in all 13 games last year and finishing with 12 tackles and one interception. Mid-year enrollee Jakar hamilton joined the Bulldogs in January and is expected to make an immediate impact. Hamilton had 50 tackles, four picks and eight pass break-ups for Georgia Military College in 2009. Junior Nick Williams, who saw action in the secondary and at linebacker in 2009, enters the fall as one of the candidates at strong safety. He led all the tacklers at G-Day with seven stops.

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SPECIAL TEAMS

Georgia Returns Nation’s Best Kicking Tandem In Butler, Walsh

Georgia junior punter Drew Butler and junior place-kicker Blair Walsh rank among the nation’s best at their respective positions. In 2009, Butler was a consensus AllAmerican. He was also the Ray Guy Award winner, which is given to the nation’s top punter, while Walsh was one of three finalists for the Lou Groza Award, which is given to the nation’s top place-kicker. Georgia had never won either award before 2009. Butler became only the third Bulldog in school history to lead the NCAA in punting, joining Zeke Bratkowski (1953, 42.6) and Bobby Walden (1958, 45.3). Butler averaged 48.1 on 56 punts. Butler and the Bulldogs also led the NCAA in Net Punting with an average of 42.0. This was the first time since 1969 that Georgia led the country in Net Punting. Walsh ranked among the best in school history in Field Goal Percentage for a single season. He drilled 20-of-22 FGs (90.9 percent) in 2009, including 4-of-5 from 50 or more yards. Billy Bennett holds the school record after hitting 13-of-14 (92.86 percent) in 2000. Walsh has also connected on all 92 of his PATs during his career and was 42-for-42 in 2009.

Boykin Owns KOR Record

Defensive back Brandon Boykin set the school record for kickoff return yardage in a single season with 988 kickoff return yards on 38 returns in 2009. He also had the most kickoff returns in a season, breaking the old mark of 28 shared by Gene Washington (1974) and Asher Allen (2007). Vanderbilt’s Warren Norman holds the SEC record for return yardage after registering 1,050 return yards on 40 returns in 2009. Boykin is the first player in SEC history with two 100-yard kickoff returns for touchdowns in the same season after picking up his second one during the matchup at Tennessee. Boykin, Norman and Tennessee’s Willie Gault (1980) share the SEC record for KOR TDs in a season with three. Boykin owns the school record with three kickoff returns for touchdowns in a season. Boykin and Jimmy Campagna are the only Bulldogs in school history with three return touchdowns in a season. Campagna had two punts and one KOR in 1952. Boykin’s first 100-yard kickoff return of the year came against South Carolina. This was the longest scoring play for Georgia in Sanford Stadium history. Boykin, who also had an INT in the game, finished with the second-most kickoff return yards in a single game (187), missing the school record by just three yards (Scott Woerner, 1977, Kentucky).


HEAD COACH MARK RICHT ead Coach Mark Richt came H to Georgia with the motto, “Finish the drill.” After nine

The Mark Richt Record

Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Total

seasons between the hedges, he’s demonstrated what that means by winning two SEC Championships (2002, ‘05), three SEC Eastern Division titles and tied for another, and his 90-27 record is third best in the country in winning percentage among active coaches (.769). And his emphasis on graduation has come to fruition as 173 Bulldog players have earned their degrees since December, 2001. Richt was named SEC Coach of the Year in both 2002 and 2005. His record against non-conference teams is 38-4 and his teams are 33-6 when playing in an opponent’s home stadium. He is one of only nine head coaches in Division I-A history to record 60 or more wins in his first six seasons and 70 or more wins in his first seven seasons, one of only seven to reach 80 wins in his first eight seasons and 90 wins in his first nine seasons. Richt is also one of only six coaches in history to win two SEC championships (2002, 2005) in his first five years, and one of only five head coaches in SEC history to record four straight 10-win seasons (2002-05). The excitement produced by Richt’s teams on the field has been matched by many other aspects surrounding the program. Richt has generated an atmosphere of excitement and unity among the Georgia people. Georgia supporters and fans became impressed with his sincerity, openness, family values, and the casual and genuine way he carried himself. They liked his ideas on building a football program, his commitment to discipline, and the importance he placed on standards of excellence on and off the field. And they liked the way he refused to set limitations on what would be a satisfactory season. “I like to set our goals high,” he said. “I never want to put a ceiling on what we

George Woodruff (1892-1900)................. Pennsylvania, 114-7-2

Pete Carroll (2001-2009) .................. Southern California, 97-19 Bob Stoops (1999-2007) ................................. Oklahoma, 97-22

Urban Meyer (2001-current) .............B. Green, Utah, Fla., 96-18

Amos Alonzo Stagg (1890-98) .... Springfield, Chicago, 94-35-8 Barry Switzer (1973-81) ...............................Oklahoma, 90-13-3

Mark Richt (2001-current)............................... Georgia, 90-27

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. .667 .929 .786 .833 .769 .692 .846 769 .615 .769

SEC Reg. Season 5-3 (T3rd/East) 7-1 (1st/Champs) 6-2 (T1st/East) 6-2 (2nd/East) 6-2 (1st/Champs) 4-4 (T3rd/East) 6-2 (T1st/East) 6-2 (2nd/East) 4-4 (T2nd/East) *48-19 (.716)

*Includes 2-1 in SEC Championship games

can accomplish.” Richt also had a reputation for developing quarterbacks at FSU and that has continued at UGA. Among the highlights of his first year was redshirt freshman quarterback David Greene being named SEC Freshman of the Year after a season in which Greene set the school record for passing yards (2,789) and passing TD’s (17) by a freshman. And in ‘02, Greene led the SEC in passing efficiency and was the consensus choice for All-SEC first team. By the end of his career, Greene had become the SEC’s all-time leading passer (11,528 yards) and set the NCAA Division 1-A record for career victories by a starting QB with 42. D.J. Shockley followed Greene in 2005 and led the SEC in passing efficiency. Matthew Stafford came next (2006-08) and set the Georgia record for season total offense in 2008 (3,499 yards) and finished third in career passing yardage (7,731). The NFL is also looking Georgia’s way on a regular basis. Fifty-one of Richt’s players have been RICHT IN THE “90 IN 9” CLUB chosen in the NFL draft over the last nine years including eight Mark Richt is one of only seven men in NCAA Division IA chosen in the 2002 NFL draft-the most Georgia players ever history to record 90 or more wins in his selected in a single year. first nine seasons as a head coach.

Coach (1st 9 Seasons) ............ School(s), Record 1st 9 Seasons

W L 8 4 13 1 11 3 10 2 10 3 9 4 11 2 10 3 8 5 90 27

Mark Richt Year by Year 2009: Georgia upset #7 Georgia Tech in the regular season finale and then won its fourth straight bowl game to complete the season at 8-5. 2008: Georgia finished with a 10-3 mark and number ten final national ranking—the sixth time in seven years the Bulldogs won ten or more games and also finished among the nation’s top ten

teams in the final national polls. 2007: One of the youngest teams in the country, was 4-2 after six games but won the last seven in a row including victories over rivals Florida, Auburn, and Georgia Tech to finish 11-2. The ‘Dogs defeated 10th ranked Hawai’i in The Allstate Sugar Bowl and finished No. 2 in the final AP poll and No. 3 in the coaches poll. 2006: After starting out 5-0, his 2006 team struggled through the middle of the schedule, but rebounded to defeat three top 20 teams in a row: #5 Auburn, #16 Georgia Tech, and #14 Virginia Tech in the Chick-filA Bowl. He was chosen to coach the 2007 Hula Bowl game in Hawaii. 2005: Picked to finish third in the SEC East, his 2005 team exceeded all expectations with a 10-2 regular season finish and SEC championship defeating third-ranked LSU in the title game. He was elected 2005 SEC Coach of the Year by the SEC Coaches. 2004: His 2004 team finished 10-2, won a third straight bowl game, and finished in the nation’s top six in the final national rankings for the third consecutive season. Along the way in ‘04, the ‘Dogs defeated defending national champion LSU, Georgia Tech for the fourth straight time and upended Florida for the first time since 1997. DE David Pollack became the most decorated defensive player in Georgia history with a third straight first tean All-America selection and was recipient of the Lombardi, Bednarik, Lott, and Hendricks Trophies. 2003: Richt led the ‘Dogs to the SEC title game for the second time in a row in ‘03, defeated Purdue in the Capital One Bowl, and had the ‘Dogs in the top ten again with a final USA Today/ESPN Coaches ranking of 6th and a final AP ranking of 7th. Richt’s team ranked 2nd nationally in Scoring Defense (14.5 ppg), 4th in Total Defense (276.86 ypg), 6th in Passing Defense (174.5 ypg), and 14th nationally in Turnover Margin (+.79). 2002: ‘Dogs go 13-1, win first SEC championship in 20 years, defeated Florida State in the Nokia Sugar Bowl, and finished the season with a number three national ranking. Georgia’s championship run was a complete team effort, with the Dogs winning five games by a touchdown or less. Among Richt’s team were three first team All-Americans and eight first team All-SEC

2002, 2005 SEC Coach of the Year

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HEAD COACH MARK RICHT

(Back: l-r) Jon, Anna, David, Katharyn, Mark; (Front) Anya, Zack performers. Richt himself was a consensus choice as SEC Coach of the Year and was a finalist for the Bear Bryant National Coach of the Year Award. In addition, the ‘02 Bulldogs led the SEC in both scoring offense (32.2 ppg) and scoring defense (15.1 ppg). 2001: By the time his inaugural season in 2001 came to a close (8-4), he had become the first Georgia coach since H.J. Stegeman in 1920 to win eight games in his inaugural season. He had also handed Tennessee its only regular season defeat (in Knoxville on national television) and beaten arch rival Georgia Tech (for the first time since 1997).

The Road To Athens

His career as a Bulldog began as a Christmas present that actually came the day after most gifts had been opened. On Dec. 26, 2000, Richt was named head coach at the University of Georgia after serving on the staff at Florida State for 15 years—the last seven as offensive coordinator. Richt, a 1982 graduate of the University of Miami, coached the quarterbacks for 14 seasons at FSU. As offensive coordinator, he developed offenses that were among the most prolific in college football history while becoming one of country’s most respected coaches. His personal and professional development paid off as athletic director Vince Dooley introduced him to the Personal: media and the Georgia people as UGA’s Hometown: Boca Raton, Fla. 25th head football coach at a day-afterChristmas press conference. College: University of Miami, ‘82 Under Richt’s direction, the FSU Birthdate: Feb. 18, 1960 offense had been a national leader. Birthplace Omaha, Nebraska In this seven years as offensive coorWife: Katharyn Francis dinator, the Seminoles finished in the Children: Jon, 3/11/90; David, 12/1/94 nation’s top five in scoring offense on Zach 5/15/96, Anya 2/13/97 five occasions, top 12 in total offense Coaching Positions: five times, and top 12 in passing ofYears as college coach: 25 fense five times. His 2000 offense Florida State - Graduate Assistant (1985-86); finished the regular season ranked Volunteer Assistant (1987-88) first nationally in total offense (549.0 East Carolina- Offensive Coordinator (1989) ypg), first in passing offense (384.0 ypg), and third in scoring offense Florida State - Quarterbacks (1990-2000); Offensive Coord. (1994-2000) (42.4 ppg). Georgia Head Coach (2001-current)

MARK RICHT QUICK FACTS

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Richt sent six FSU quarterbacks into the NFL between 1987 and 2000. In addition to Weinke (Carolina Panthers), Washington Redskin Casey Weldon was the runner-up for the Heisman Trophy in 1991. His teammate at FSU, Brad Johnson (now Richt’s brother-in-law), was a Pro Bowl selection for Washington in 2000 and led the Tampa Bay Bucs to the Super Bowl title in 2003. Other Richt pro proteges include Danny Kanell (New York Giants), Danny McManus (Kansas City Chiefs) and Peter Tom Willis (Chicago Bears). A native of Omaha, Nebraska, Richt came to Tallahassee with an astute knowledge of the passing game after playing the position for the Miami Hurricanes under Howard Schnellenberger. Richt spent most of his career at Miami as a backup to former Buffalo Bills star Jim Kelly. In one of Richt’s years at Miami, his teammates included Kelly, Vinny Testaverde, Bernie Kosar, and quarterbacks coach Earl Morral. Richt is married to the former Katharyn Francis of Tallahassee. They have four children - Jonathan (20), a junior quarterback at Mars Hill College, David (16), Zach (14), and Anya (13). Jon was married to the former Anna Cearley in May, 2010.

Winningest Active Football Bowl Subdivision Coaches By Winning Percentage

Coach, Curr. School 1. Urban Meyer, UF 2. Bob Stoops, OU 3. MARK RICHT, UGA 4. Gary Patterson, TCU 5. Joe Paterno, PSU

Year 2001 2001 2002 2002 2002 2003 2004 2004 2005 2006 2006 2006 2007 2007 2008 2008 2009 2009

Yrs 9 11 9 10 44

W 96 117 90 86 394

L 18 29 27 28 129

T 0 0 0 0 3

Pct. .842 .801 .769 .754 .751

18 Victories When Tied Or Trailing Late

Opponent @#6 Tennessee Kentucky Clemson @ #22 Alabama @ #24 Auburn UAB vs. ^Purdue @ S. Carolina @ #20 Ga. Tech Colorado #16 Ga. Tech #14 *Va. Tech @ #16 Alabama @ Vanderbilt @ Kentucky @ Auburn Arizona State #25 Auburn

Start of 4th Qtr. 17-17 29-29 28-21 CU 25-24 UA 21-17 AU 13-13 27-27 (end of 4th) 16-13 SC 7-7 13-0 CU 12-7 GT (8:50 4th) 21-13 VT 20-20 (end of 4th) 17-14 VU 38-35 (12:09 4th) 13-10 (11:05 4th) 17-14 ASU 24-24 (14:11 4th)

Bowls 6-1 5-7 7-2 5-4 24-11-1

Final 26-24 43-29 31-28 27-25 24-21 16-13 34-27 OT 20-16 14-7 14-13 15-12 31-24 26-23 OT 20-17 42-38 17-13 20-17 31-24

^Capital One Bowl, Tampa, Fla.; *The largest comeback under Richt was 18 points against Va. Tech in the 2006 Chick-fil-A Bowl. Georgia trailed 21-3 at the half.


HEAD COACH MARK RICHT Building a Family Richt married Katharyn in 1987. They have four children. Two came along the usual way — Jon and David. But two came in a very special way. “We were in Sunday School class one day talking about the ills of society,” said Richt. “We explored questions like ‘who’s in charge of taking care of the poor and the elderly.’ We felt like the church should do its share.” Also, Katharyn’s brother and sister-in-law had previously adopted children from the Ukraine. Months later, Katharyn was in the Ukraine, a former republic of the Soviet Union, arranging the adoption of two children, classmates in the same orphanage. She spent 31 days there while Mark spent about eight days. When they returned in July, 1999, they had Zack and Anya, in tow. “They have been a special blessing to all our family,” said Katharyn.

In the Richt Era (2001-09)

NFL Draftees Total GEORGIA ......................51 LSU ...................................50 Florida ...............................50 Tennessee ..........................46 Alabama ............................36 Auburn ..............................31 S. Carolina.........................28 Arkansas............................23 Ole Miss ............................20 Kentucky ...........................13 Miss. State ......................... 11 Vanderbilt ..........................10

AP All-SEC Total Florida ...............................66 LSU ...................................63 GEORGIA .......................62 Tennessee ..........................49 Arkansas............................47 Auburn ..............................46 Alabama ............................45 Kentucky ...........................32 Ole Miss ............................30 Miss. State .........................21 S. Carolina.........................20 Vanderbilt ..........................15

Coaches All-SEC 1st Team GEORGIA .......................33 LSU ...................................33 Alabama ............................32 Florida ...............................32 Auburn ..............................27 Tennessee ..........................22 Arkansas............................21 Ole Miss ............................16 Kentucky ...........................14 S. Carolina.........................10 Vanderbilt ............................8 Miss. State ...........................4

NFL 1st Round Totals Tennessee ..........................10 Florida .................................9 GEORGIA .........................8 LSU ....................................8 Auburn ................................6 Arkansas..............................6 Ole Miss ..............................5 Alabama ..............................3 S. Carolina...........................3 Vanderbilt ............................2 Kentucky ............................1 Miss. State ..........................0

AP All-SEC 1st Team GEORGIA .......................36 LSU ...................................30 Florida ...............................32 Alabama ............................28 Auburn ..............................24 Tennessee ..........................20 Arkansas............................17 Kentucky ...........................16 Ole Miss ............................16 Vanderbilt ............................8 S. Carolina...........................8 Miss. State ...........................7

Freshman All-SEC Total GEORGIA .......................26 Vanderbilt ..........................26 Arkansas............................25 Alabama ............................23 Miss. State .........................22 Auburn ..............................20 Florida ...............................20 Tennessee ..........................19 LSU ...................................16 Kentucky ...........................16 Ole Miss ............................15 S. Carolina.........................15

NFL 1st Round Total GEORGIA .........................8 LSU .....................................8 Tennessee ............................8 Auburn ................................6 Arkansas..............................6 Florida .................................6 Ole Miss ..............................5 S. Carolina...........................3 Vanderbilt ............................2 Kentucky .............................1 Alabama ..............................1 Miss. State ...........................0

Coaches All-SEC Total Florida ...............................73 LSU ...................................64 GEORGIA .......................62 Alabama ............................55 Tennessee ..........................50 Auburn ..............................44 Arkansas............................41 Kentucky ...........................33 Ole Miss ............................29 Vanderbilt ..........................24 S. Carolina.........................20 Miss. State .........................17

1st TeamAll-Americans Total LSU ...................................14 Florida ...............................16 GEORGIA ....................... 11 Tennessee .......................... 11 Alabama ............................10 Auburn ................................8 Arkansas..............................7 Ole Miss ..............................4 S. Carolina...........................3 Kentucky .............................1 Vanderbilt ............................1 Miss. State 0

National Awards Won Total Florida .................................8 LSU .....................................6 GEORGIA .........................5 Kentucky .............................4 Ole Miss ..............................4 Alabama ..............................4 Auburn ................................1 Arkansas..............................1 Tennessee ............................1 Miss. State ...........................0 S. Carolina...........................0 Vanderbilt ............................0

Only Coaches To Win

Two SEC Titles in First Five Years Frank Thomas, Alabama (1933, ’34) Bernie Moore, LSU (1935, ’36) Vince Dooley, Georgia (1966, ’68) Steve Spurrier, Florida (1991, ’93) Nick Saban, LSU (2001, ’03) MARK RICHT, GEORGIA (2002, ’05) Urban Meyer, Florida (2006, ’08) Only SEC Coaches To Record Four Straight 10-Win Seasons Paul “Bear” Bryant, Alabama (1971-74, 1977-80) Vince Dooley, Georgia (1980-83) Phillip Fulmer, Tennessee (1995-98) MARK RICHT, GEORGIA (2002-05) Steve Spurrier, Florida (1993-98)

Inside the Numbers Under Richt

Record (*SEC) ................................... 90-27 (52-23) Home/Away/Neutral .................... 46-11/33-6/11-10 Versus Ranked Teams (H/A/N)........... 9-8/11-3/9-8 Versus Top 10 Teams (H/A/N)............... 1-2/4-2/3-5 Day/Night.................................................63-18/27-9 After Bye Week ................................................. 11-4 SEC East/*West/Non-Conf. .......... 28-16/24-7/38-4 Conference Record (H/A/*N) ......... 22-10/26-5/4-8 Score First/Opp. Scores First ................67-9/23-18 Leading/Trailing/Tied at Half......... 70-7/17-19/3-1 Leading/Tr./Tied after 3rd Q ............ 77-5/8-22/5-0 Scoring < 18 Pts. / 18 + Pts.....................11-18/79-9 Allowing less than 20 Pts.................................. 63-7 Allowing 20+/30+ Pts. .............................21-10/6-11 Rushing for less than 100 yards .................... 14-12 Rushing for over 100 yards ............................ 76-15 Rushing for 200+ yards .................................... 20-2 Passing for 300+ yards ..................................... 18-4 Totaling less than 300 yards........................... 18-12 400+ yards of Total Offense ............................. 44-5 Allowing less than 100 yds. rushing ................ 48-3 Allowing less than 300 yds. Total Off. ............. 54-6 Allowing 400+ yds. total offense ........................ 9-9 Having 100-yard rusher ................................... 39-3 Opp. have 100-yard rusher ............................ 13-10 No turnovers / takeaways.........................19-0/8-10 In August/September ..................................3-0/29-5 In October ....................................................... 25-10 In November...................................................... 23-9 In December ........................................................ 5-2 In January ........................................................... 5-1 * - includes 2002 SEC Championship game win over #22 Arkansas; 2003 SEC Championship game loss to #3 LSU; 2005 SEC Championship game win over #3 LSU

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COACHING STAFF

Tony Ball

Wide Receivers Tony Ball was named running backs coach at the University of Georgia on Feb. 14, 2006, after serving as wide receivers coach at Virginia Tech for eight years (1998-2005). He was named Georgia receivers coach in January, 2009, and in his first year mentored All-SEC first team selection A.J. Green. His most recent running back pupil is Knowshon Moreno, 2009 first round draft choice of the Denver Broncos. He also coached running backs Thomas Brown, Kregg Lumpkin, Danny Ware, and Brannan Southerland. At UGA, he's been part of a staff that has Birthdate: July 29, 1959 led Georgia to a 38-14 record including 4-0 in bowl Birthplace: Chattanooga, TN games. High School: Brainerd Ball has a long history of coaching both receivers and College: UT-Chattanooga; '83 running backs. Prior to joining the Virginia Tech staff, Ball served as receivers coach at Louisville (1995-97), Coaching Experience: running backs coach at the College of The Holy Cross 1985-86, Austin Peay (Grad (1992-94), receivers coach at UT-Chattanooga (1990-91), running backs coach at East Tennessee Asst.); 1987, South Carolina (1989), and receivers coach at UT-Chattanooga (1988). (volunteer running backs coach); During the summers of 1996 and ’97, Ball participated in the National Football League’s Minor1988, UT-Chattanooga (Receivity Internship Program with the Baltimore Ravens. In 2003 Ball participated in an internship with ers); 1989, East Tennessee the Denver Broncos. (Running Backs); 1990-91, UTA native of Chattanooga, Tenn., Ball was part of Virginia Tech's rapid rise to national prominence Chattanooga (Receivers); 1992having accompanied the Hokies to eight consecutive bowl games while helping them become a 94, Holy Cross (Running Backs); regular in the nation’s top ten rankings. 1995-97, Louisville (ReceivBall is credited with coaching some of the school's greatest receivers including Ernest Wilford ers); 1998-2005, Virginia Tech (2002-03), the school's all-time receptions leader, the first player in school history to post two 50-catch (Receivers); 2006-08, Georgia seasons, and a fourth round choice in the 2004 NFL draft. In addition, Ball coached Andre Davis, (Running Backs); 2009-10, Georone of the Virginia Tech's top three receivers in career catches, receiving yards, and touchdown gia (Receivers). receptions. Davis was a 2002 second round NFL selection of the Cleveland Browns. A graduate of UT-Chattanooga, Ball began his coaching career as a graduate assistant at Austin Playing Experience: Peay (1985-86) earning his master's degree in health and nutrition. UT-Chattanooga — (1977-80) Ball played football for the late Joe Morrison at UTC where he was a standout running back – Running back who set numer(1977-80) who set numerous school kickoff return records. In 1977 Ball led the nation in kickous school kick return records…. off returns with a 36.4 named to UT-Chattanooga’s Allper return average. In Century Team. Brainerd High 2007, he was inducted School (1974-77) into the school's Hall of Fame and in 2003, was named to the UTC All-Century Team. He "Coach Ball is great to play earned his undergradufor. He cares about you not ate degree in criminal only as player but also as a justice. Ball is married person. He stresses fundamento the former Maria Ann tals and is a great mentor on Slayden. They have two and off the field." children: Anthony, 19, -- A.J. Green and Keshea, 18.

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COACHING STAFF

Mike Bobo

Offensive Coord./QB's Mike Bobo, one of the most prolific passers in University of Georgia history, was brought back home by head coach Mark Richt in January, 2001, to coach the Bulldog quarterbacks. He was promoted to Offensive Coordinator in 2007. Bobo had served one year as assistant coach at Jacksonville State University after working as an administrative assistant and graduate assistant at UGA in 1998 and '99. During his nine years at UGA, he has been part of a staff that has led Georgia to 90 victories, two SEC championships, three SEC Eastern Division titles, seven bowl victories, and six top ten finishes in the Birthdate: 4-9-74 final national polls including No. 2 in 2007 and No. Birthplace: Augusta 3 in 2002. He's also coached Matthew Stafford, the first High School: Thomasville pick of the 2009 NFL draft (Lions), and the winCollege: Georgia '97 ningest quarterback in NCAA Division 1-A history at the time--David Greene--who won 42 games as a Coaching Experience: starter and set the Bulldog and SEC records for Ca1998, Georgia (Administrative reer Passing Yards (11,528). In 2002, the Bulldogs Assistant); 1999, Georgia (Gradu- finished as the SEC's top scoring (32.14 ppg) and ate Assistant); 2000, Jacksonville pass efficiency (138.91) offense. His 2005 QB, D.J. Shockley, earned All-SEC first team honors and led State (QBâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s); 2001-06,Georgia (Quarterbacks); 2007-10, Georgia the SEC in passing efficiency (148.3). Bobo also filled in as the Bulldogs' running backs coach for part of the '02 season and TB Musa Smith earned consensus All-SEC honors. (Offensive Coordinator/QB's) A four-year letterman for the Bulldogs from 1994-97, Bobo is coaching on the same field where he became a record-setting quarterback. A native of Thomasville, Ga., Bobo finished his Playing Experience: Bulldog career leading the team in passing in both 1996 and '97. He currently ranks high in the Georgia (1993-97) -- Finished his Georgia passing record books in several categories including: season completion percentage (first, playing career ranked second in the 65.0%, 1997), season passing efficiency rating (first, 155.80, 1997), career pass attempts, third, 755), career pass completions (third, 445), season passing yards (third, 2,751, 1997), career passGeorgia record books in passing yards (third, 6,334), season TD passes (third, 19), career TD passes (second, 38), most passing ing yards (6,334), pass attempts yards by a junior (second, 2,440), most passing yards by a senior (second, 3,396), and career total (766), pass completions (445), and offense (third, 6,054). TD passes (38)... team captain in Bobo also set a Georgia record completing 19 consecutive passes leading Georgia to a 33-6 vic1996 and 1997.. .MVP of the 1998 tory over Wisconsin in the 1998 Outback Outback Bowl...Thomasville H.S. Bowl. He completed 26 of 28 passes for 267 yards and one touchdown and was named the (1990-93) -- USA Today Georgame's Most Valuable Player. gia Player of the Year...Atlanta Elected team captain (1996-97) and perJournal-Constitution Class AAA manent team captain of the 1997 Bulldogs, Offensive Player of the Year... Bobo was named the SEC's Offensive Player broke every school and region ca- of the Week twice following performances reer passing mark and the Georgia against South Carolina (19x33, 285 yards, high school career yardage record. two TD's) and Georgia Tech (30x39, 415 yards, 4 TD's). As a star quarterback at Thomasville High School, Bobo was named the 1993 Georgia Player of the Year by both USA Today and "Coach Bobo really knows the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. As a senior, he completed 143x245 passes for what it takes for a quarterback 2,477 yards and 23 TD's. In his career, he to be successful, and he is a completed 329x590 passes for 5,167 yards great coach. and 42 TD's. He also rushed for 15 TD's. He stresses fundamentals, He is married to the former Lainie Meandi sagr eatt eacher." shad. They have five children, a son, Drew, -- Aaron Murray 6; triplets - Olivia, Jake and Ava Grace, 4 and Kate born Sept. 28, 2007.

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COACHING STAFF

Warren Belin

Inside Linebackers Coach Belin is a high energy coach who is very knowledgeable about the linebacker position which has proved to be very beneficial to all of us. He is very passionate about what he does and for that we are grateful.² -- Darryl Gamble

Birthdate: Oct. 20, 1967 Birthplace: Marshville, N.C. High School: Forest Hills College: Wake Forest ‘90 Coaching Experience: 1991, Cornell (Linebackers); 1992, East Tennessee State (Linebackers); 1993-94, Cornell (Linebackers); 1995, William and Mary (Defensive Line); 1996, William and Mary (Linebackers); 1997-01, SMU (Linebackers); 2002-05, Vanderbilt (Linebackers); 2006-07, Vanderbilt (Linebackers/Special Teams Coordinator); 2008-09, Vanderbilt (Linebackers/Recruiting Coordinator); 2010, Georgia (Linebackers Playing Experience: Wake Forest (1987-90) – As a linebacker, two-time Academic Honor Roll recipient and ACC All-Academic Team in 1990….. Forest Hills High School (198285) – All State linebacker and fullback, three year team captain, led team to state title in ’84 and championship game in ’85.

"Coach Belin is a fundamentally sound coach. He's a player's coach that looks to get the best out of all of us on and off the field. Those are the type coaches that players need to be successful." --- Marcus Dowtin

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Warren Belin joined the Georgia staff as linebackers coach in February, 2010, after serving in a similar capacity at Vanderbilt for the previous eight seasons. The 20-year veteran also served two years as recruiting coordinator (2009-’10) at Vanderbilt after working as special teams coordinator in 2006-07. During Belin’s tenure at Vanderbilt, he developed numerous outstanding linebackers. In 2008, junior Patrick Benoist earned second team All-SEC honors while Chris Marve became an All-SEC freshman pick selection. Both were among the SEC’s top tacklers. In 2006-07, Belin worked with All-SEC pick Jonathan Goff and versatile Marcus Buggs. Both are now in the NFL: Goff with the New York Giants and Buggs with the Buffalo Bills. In 2004-05, Moses Osemwegie was a first team All-SEC player. In 2002, Hunter Hillenmeyer earned the National Student Athlete Award after leading the league in tackles and garnering All-SEC honors. Belin served in a similar role at Southern Methodist before going to Vanderbilt. In five years at SMU (1997-01), at least one of Belin’s linebackers was named All-Western Athletic Conference each year of his service. Vic Viloria was named first team All-WAC as a junior. Another SMU pupil, Jason Simonton, was a two-time All-WAC selection. A third player, Chris Bordano, was WAC Western Division Defensive Player of the Year in 1997. Prior to joining the SMU staff, Belin worked as an assistant coach at Cornell (1991, 1993-94), East Tennessee State (1992), and William & Mary (1997-01). A native of Marshville, N.C., Belin was a three-year starter and four-year letterman at Wake Forest from 1987-90. He earned a B.S. in Health and Sports Science from Wake Forest (’90), graduating cum laude. He was named to the ACC All-Academic Team in 1990, and was a two-time ACC Academic Honor Roll recipient. Belin is married to the former Yolanda Taylor. They are the parents of three daughters: Camryn and twins, Morgan and MacKenzi.


COACHING STAFF

Rodney Garner

Asst. Head Coach/Def. Line/ Recruiting Coordinator

Birthdate: 6-30-66 Birthplace: Leeds, Ala. High School: Leeds College: Auburn '90 Coaching Experience: 1990-95, Auburn (Recruiting Coord., Tight Ends, Asst. Strength and Conditioning); 1996-97, Tennessee (Offensive Tackles,Tight Ends); 1998-04, Georgia (Defensive Line, Recruiting Coordinator); 2005-010, Georgia (Assistant Head Coach, Defensive Line, Recruiting Coordinator). Playing Experience: Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1989), Pittsburgh Gladiators (1989), Auburn (1984- 1988) All-SEC and honorable mention All-America his senior season... Captain of 1988 SEC Championship Team Leeds H.S. (1981-83) A first team All-America and All-State; Birmingham News "Super 12," Birmingham Post-Herald "Ten Most Wanted," Blue Chip Illustrated first team All-South, voted team captain as a senior.

"Coach G. is the best coach I've had because it's not about football for him. He wants you to be successful in all aspects of life and to become great men and fathers." ---- Brandon Wood

Rodney Garner added the title of Assistant Head Coach in 2005 after serving as defensive line coach and recruiting coordinator at Georgia since January, 1998. During his nine years at UGA, he has been part of a staff that has led Georgia to 90 victories, two SEC championships, three SEC Eastern Division titles, seven bowl victories, and six top ten finishes in the final national polls including No. 2 in 2007 and No. 3 in 2002. Garner was part of the 2005 Georgia team that finished 8th nationally in scoring defense (16.4 ppg). He also was part of the 2003 SEC Eastern Division Champion Bulldog defense that finished 2nd nationally in scoring defense (14.5 ppg), 4th in total defense (276.86 ypg), 6th in passing defense (174.50 ypg, 1st in the SEC),14th nationally in turnover margin (+.79), and 4th in number of scoreless quarters (25) among the AP's final Top Ten teams. He was also part of the 2002 Bulldog defense that finished first in the SEC and fourth nationally in scoring defense (15.1 ppg), first in the SEC in red zone defense (58.8%), second in the SEC in rushing defense (114.0 ypg), and allowed only 31 second half points in the final seven games of the season. The 2002 Bulldogs finished 13-1, won the SEC and Nokia Sugar Bowl Championships, and were ranked third in the final national polls. Garner participated in the inaugural Minority Coaches Forum in Scottsdale, Ariz., in May, 2006. He was also selected one of 10 coaches from throughout the country to participate in the 2004 NCAA Expert Coaching Academy in Indianapolis and one of only 20 chosen for the NCAA's 2004 Advanced Coaching Academy in Orlando. In the past nine seasons, he has coached four NFL first round draft choices -- Richard Seymour (Patriots) and Marcus Stroud (Jaguars), both Pro Bowl starters; Charles Grant (Saints); and Johnathan Sullivan (Saints). He has also coached Corvey Irvin (3rd, Panthers, '09), Kedric Golston (6th, Redskins, '06), Emarlos Leroy (6th, Jaguars, '99), and free agent linemen Ken Veal (Chargers, '04), Paul Snellings (Colts, 2000), and Brandon Miller (Colts, 2000). Originally from Leeds, Ala., Garner coached tight ends and offensive tackles at Tennessee in 1997 after coaching tight ends for the Volunteers in 1996. Prior to his tenure at Tennessee, Garner served in several capacities on the Auburn staff from 1990-95 including recruiting coordinator, tight ends coach, and assistant strength and conditioning coach. The personable Garner was named All-SEC and honorable mention AllAmerica as a senior at Auburn in 1988. He captained his team that captured the 1988 SEC Championship. Garner had a free agent tryout with the NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers and played with the Pittsburgh Gladiators arena football team in1989. Garner was an outstanding high school player at Leeds High School receiving many national, state, and local honors. He is married to Kimberly Lawson Garner and they have six children, Bridgett (24), Brielle (13), Jaiden (8), Kai (7), and Sydney and Milan (6 years).

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COACHING STAFF

Todd Grantham

Defensive Coord./Outside Linebackers Dallas Cowboys defensive line coach Todd Grantham, an 11 year NFL veteran coach with nine years college experience, was named defensive coordinator at Georgia in January, 2010. Grantham was with the Dallas Cowboys for two seasons after spending three seasons as defensive coordinator with the Cleveland Browns (2005-07), and six years as defensive line coach for both the Houston Texans (2002-04) and Indianapolis Colts (1999-01). Prior to his stint in Indianapolis, Grantham had significant experience on the college level Birthdate: Sept. 13, 1966 serving three seasons as the defensive line Birthplace: in Pulaski, Va. coach and one as assistant head coach at MichiHigh School: Pulaski County gan State (1996-98). Grantham also spent six College: Virginia Tech, ‘89 seasons (1990-95) at his alma mater, Virginia Tech, coaching defensive ends and inside Coaching Experience: linebackers from 1990-91 and defensive tackles 1990-91, Virginia Tech (Defensive from 1992-93. Ends/Linebackers); 1992-93, VirAt the conclusion of the 2009 regular ginia Tech (Defensive Tackles); season, the Cowboys’ defensive unit ranked 1994-95, Virginia Tech (Defensive second in the NFL in scoring defense (15.6 Line); 1996-97, Michigan State points per game), fourth in rushing defense (90.5 yards per game), seventh in sacks (42.0 per (Defensive Line); 1998, Michigame), and ninth in total defense (315.9 yards per game). The Dallas defensive unit finished gan State (Assistant Head Coach/ eighth in the NFL in total defense in 2008 and led the league with 59 sacks - 13.5 coming from Defensive Line); 1999-2001, the defensive linemen. Indianapolis Colts (Defensive In addition, Dallas noseguard Jay Ratliff, a sixth round draft choice, has been named to two Line); 2002-04, Houston Texconsecutive Pro-Bowls and was named Thursday to the sportswriters All-Pro team. In addition, ans (Defensive Line); 2005-07, All-Pro Demarcus Ware recorded a career high 20 sacks in 2008. Cleveland Browns (Defensive During his career Grantham has worked under several successful head coaches and defenCoordinator); 2008-09, Dallas Cowboys (Defensive Line); 2010, sive coordinators on both the pro and college levels including Frank Beamer and Bud Foster at Virginia Tech, Nick Saban at Michigan State, Romeo Crennel at Cleveland, Dom Capers at Georgia (Defensive Coordinator/ Houston, and Wade Phillips at Dallas. Linebackers) While at Michigan State the Spartans ranked 19th in total defense in 1996 and 13th in 1997, making consecutive bowl trips. Playing Experience: In 1995 the Hokies ranked first nationally in rushing defense, fifth in scoring defense and Virginia Tech – Guard and tackle from 1985-88 who earned second- 10th in total defense. Virginia Tech racked up 50 sacks en route to the Big East title and a team All-South and honorable Sugar Bowl triumph over mention All-America honors as Texas in 1995. a senior….Pulaski County H.S. (1981-83) –Offensive and defenGrantham played guard sive lineman and tackle for the Hokies from 1984-88. He earned second-team All-South and honorable mention All-America “Coach Grantham brings a new honors as a senior. He excitement and enthusiasm to this earned a bachelor's deteam. It is very obvious that he gree in sports managehas great knowledge and experiment. Grantham was ence with the game of football.” born Sept.13, 1966, in – Demarcus Dobbs Pulaski, Va. He and his wife, Paige, have a son, Corbin, and a daughter, Olivia.

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COACHING STAFF

Scott Lakatos Secondary

Birthdate: July 3, 1965 Birthplace: Long Valley, N.J. High School: West Morris Central College: Western Connecticut ‘88 Coaching Experience: 1988-89, Western Connecticut (Defensive Backs); 1990-91, Boston University (Outside Linebackers); 1992-93, Syracuse University (Defensive Grad. Asst./Safeties); 1994, University of New Haven (Defensive Coordinator/ Linebackers); 1995, University of Maine (Secondary); 1996-99, University of Maine (Secondary/ Special Teams Coord.); 2000, University of Maine (Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers); 200103, Rutgers University (Secondary); 2004-09, University of Connecticut (Secondary); 2010, Georgia (Secondary). Playing Experience: Western Connecticut (1984-87) – Earned four varsity letters as a linebacker….West Morris H.S. (1979-82) – Linebacker and fullback earning All-County honors on defense. “Coach Lakatos is a great teacher, very enthusiastic, and relates to his players.” --Brandon Boykin

Scott Lakatos joined the Georgia staff in January, 2010, after serving six years as secondary coach at the University of Connecticut. Lakatos came to Georgia right after the Huskies defeated South Carolina, 20-7, in the 2010 Papajohns.com bowl in Birmingham which represented the fifth bowl game in Lakatos’ career. In 2008, the UConn secondary helped the Huskies achieve a national ranking of No. 9 in pass efficiency defense. Cornerback Darius Butler was selected in the second round of the 2009 NFL Draft by the New England Patriots while safety Dahna Deleston signed a free agent contract with the Chicago Bears. Led by Oakland Raiders draftee Tyvon Branch, UConn was 10th nationally in passing efficiency defense in 2007 and 17th in passing defense en route to the BIG EAST Championship. In 2005, UConn again led the BIG EAST in total defense. The major reason was its passing defense, where the Huskies ranked fourth nationally in least yards allowed per game and seventh in passing efficiency defense. UConn was 25th nationally in passing defense in 2006. In 2004, the Huskies ranked first in the BIG EAST, and in the top 20 nationally, in passing defense, yielding just 190.0 yards per game. The low sum helped UConn also lead the BIG EAST in total defense in 2004. Leading the unit was first-team All-BIG EAST selection, and Kansas City Chiefs signee, Justin Perkins, who made five interceptions on the year and tied for 14th in the nation in passes defended. Lakatos came to Storrs in 2004 after spending the previous three seasons as the secondary coach at Rutgers. In 2003, Rutgers ranked second in the BIG EAST in passing defense, yielding 216.42 yards per game, a total surpassed in the conference only by national-leader Miami. Cornerback Nate Jones earned CoSIDA Academic All-America honors for the second year in a row and was drafted in the seventh round by the Dallas Cowboys. Also that year, cornerback Brandon Haw signed with the Seahawks. Lakatos also coached free safety Shawn Seabrooks who earned a spot on the All-BIG EAST second team in 2002. Lakatos graduated from Western Connecticut in 1988 after earning four varsity letters on the gridiron, four of them under the tutelage of former Syracuse head coach Paul Pasqualoni. The 1985 Colonial squad went 10-2 and advanced to the NCAA Division III Playoffs. Immediately after earning his degree in Justice & Law Administration from WCSU, Lakatos began his coaching career at the Danbury school, working with the Colonials' defensive backs during the 1988 and 1989 seasons. A native of Long Valley, N.J., Lakatos graduated from West Morris Central High School in 1983 where he played both linebacker and fullback, earning All-County honors on defense. He and his wife, Amanda, have a daughter, Sarah Bailey and a son, Cole.

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COACHING STAFF

John Lilly Tight Ends

Birthdate: June 21, 1968 Birthplace: Beckley, WVa. High School: Woodrow Wilson College: Guilford ‘90 Coaching Experience: 1991-94, Northwest Guilford High School, Greensboro, N.C.; 1995, Florida State University (videographer); 1996-97, Florida State University (Grad. Asst.); 1998-2007, Florida State University (Tight Ends, Recruiting Coordinator); 2008-10, Georgia (Tight Ends). Playing Experience: Guilford (1986-89) – Quarterback, wide receiver…won Golden Helmet Award as the ideal Guilford player and chosen team captain as a senior…Deans List all four years. Woodrow Wilson High School: Quarterback. .

"Coach Lilly is a great coach with an unbelievable work ethic and a high football I.Q. But what makes him great is his character. It's his ability to connect with his players and the fact that he never gives up on them." -- Art Lynch

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John Lilly was named tight ends coach at UGA on Jan. 24, 2008, after serving as tight ends coach and recruiting coordinator at Florida State University from 1998-2007. Lilly, a native of Beckley, West Virginia, is a 1990 graduate of Guilford College (N.C.). During his two seasons at UGA the Bulldogs have won 18 games including two bowl victories. Aron White, his starting tight end in 2009, was named the Most Outstanding Offensive Player in the 2009 Advocare V100 Independence Bowl following his two-TD performance. His true freshman tight end, Orson Charles, was named to most of the Freshman All-America first teams after finishing as the team's third leading receiver with 23 catches for 374 yards adn three TD's. Lilly has also headed up the Bulldogs' punt team since his arrival in Athens and in 2009 the unit, led by Consensus All-American and Ray Guy Award winning Punter Drew Butler was first in the nation in Net Punting with an average of 41.95 yards per punt. Lilly’s tight ends at FSU were a productive part of the Seminole offense especially in recent years. In 2006, his tight ends recorded 38 catches, the most receptions as a group since 1990 and secondmost receptions in FSU history by the tight end position. In 2006, he coached Brandon Warren, the first tight end in school history to receive freshman All-America honors and only the third tight end ever at FSU to receive All-America recognition. In 2005 and ’06 his tight ends registered back-toback seasons with 30 or more catches for the first time since 1990 and ’91. Under Lilly’s direction, four of FSU’s recruiting classes between 2002 and 2007 were ranked in the top four in the nation. The Seminoles’ 2001 and 2005 classes were ranked number one nationally in some polls. Prior to being named recruiting coordinator and tight ends coach, Lilly served as a graduate assistant (1996-97) and videographer (1995) at FSU. He was an assistant coach at Northwest Guilford High School in Greensboro, N.C., from 1991-94. Lilly played quarterback, wide receiver and special teams for the Guilford Quakers and was named recipient of the Golden Helmet Award as the ideal Guilford College player as a senior. He was a Dean’s List student all four years at Guilford and was chosen team captain as a senior. Lilly is married to the former Cheryl Brown of Tallahassee, Fla. They have one daughter, Allison Catherine, born August 9, 2009.


COACHING STAFF

Bryan McClendon Running Backs

A former wide receiver for the Bulldogs, Bryan McClendon was named running backs coach in February, 2009, after serving two years (2007-08) as a graduate assistant coach working with the Georgia offense.

Birthdate: 12-12-83 Birthplace: Chicago, Ill. High School: Mays College: Georgia '05 Coaching Experience 2007-08, Georgia (Grad. Asst., offense); 2009-10, Georgia, running backs. Playing Experience: Georgia (2002-05), Wide receiver ...member of senior class that won 44 games at UGA, 2 SEC titles, 3 SEC Eastern Division titles, played in four bowl games... caught 56 career passes for 830 yards and six TD's. Mays H.S. PrepStar All-American, Superprep All-Dixie Team...as a senior, rushed for 424 yards and four TD's on 62 carries...also caught 37 passes for 736 yards...played in Georgia-Florida ll-Star game.

As a first year coach he helped develop two of the SEC's most promising young backs: sophomore Caleb King (114x594 yards, 5.2 yards per carry, 7 TD's) and true freshman Washaun Ealey who led the team in rushing with 125x717 5.7 yards per carry, and 3 TD's . He was a four-year letterman with the Bulldogs (2002-05) and his senior class won 44 games--most by any class in Georgia history. During his tenure, the Bulldogs won three Southeastern Conference Eastern Division titles (2002, '03, '05), two SEC championships (2002, '05), and played in four bowl games (2003 Nokia Sugar, '04 Capital One, '05 Outback, '06 Nokia Sugar), winning three of them. McClendon's career blossomed in his senior season during which the Bulldogs won the SEC championship. The Atlanta, Ga., native caught 35 passes, six going for touchdowns. He caught the game-winning TD pass in the closing minutes against Georgia Tech, and then blocked a punt in the SEC Championship game, which led to the Bulldogs' third TD in the 34--14 victory over LSU. Following his Georgia career, McClendon signed a free agent contract with the NFL's Chicago Bears and spent an off-season in that camp. He graduated in December, 2005, with a degree in Recreation and Leisure Studies. He is the son of former Georgia tailback Willie McClendon, 1978 SEC Player of the Year and running back for the Chicago Bears. He is married to the former Amber Arnold of Atlanta, Ga. They have one son, Bryan, who is three years old.

"Coach McClendon is not only a great coach, but also a great friend. He helps you become a better player, and is a great mentor for all the running backs." -- Washaun Ealey

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COACHING STAFF

Stacy Searels

2009 GEORGIA BULLDOGS

Off. Line/Running Game Coord.

Stacy Searels was named offensive line coach for the Bulldogs in January, 2007, after serving four years coaching the offensive line at LSU during which time the Tigers won a national championship (2003), one SEC title (2003), and two SEC East titles (2003 and ’05). He added the duties of Running Game Coordinator in 2009. In each of his first two seasons he took offensive lines with three freshman starters and molded them into formidable units that were instrumental in the Dogs' 11-2 and 10-3 records and top ten final rankings. A native of Trion, Ga., and 1990 graduate of Auburn, Searels was an All-America lineman for the Tigers in 1987 when he was a teammate of current Georgia defensive line coach Rodney Garner. Prior to joining the LSU staff, he coached the offensive line at Cincinnati (2000-02), AppalaBirthdate: 05 19-65 chian State (1994-2000), and served as a graduate assistant Birthplace: Trion, Ga. at Auburn (1992-93). High School: Trion LSU’s offensive unit in 2006 finished first in the SEC College: Auburn, '90 in total offense and scoring offense and was third in rushing offense and passing offense. Searels made a habit of producing All-America linemen for LSU. He coached two First-Team All-Americans in Stephen Coaching Experience: Peterman and Rimington Award winner Ben Wilkerson and a Second-Team All-America in Andrew 1992-93, Auburn (Grad Asst.); Whitworth. Five of his Tiger linemen earned spots on NFL rosters. 1994-2000, Appalachian State In addition, during that four-year stretch, LSU’s offensive line produced a pair of First-Team (Off. Line); 2000-2002, Cincinnati Academic All-Americas in Rodney Reed and Rudy Niswanger. LSU had an offensive lineman named First-Team Academic All-America four straight years. (Off. Line); 2003-06, LSU (Off. Niswanger became the most decorated student-athlete in school history in 2005, winning the Line); 2007-08, Georgia (Off. Draddy Award as college football’s top scholar-athlete as well as being the inaugural recipient of Line); 2009-10, Georgia (Off. the Wuerffel Trophy. Line, Running Game Coord.) Searels joined the staff at LSU after a two-year stint as offensive line coach at Cincinnati. While with the Bearcats, Cincinnati played in two bowl games as well as winning the school’s first Playing Experience: conference title since 1964 by capturing the 2002 Conference USA crown. Auburn (1984-87)--First team Prior to joining Cincinnati, Searels served as an assistant coach at Appalachian State from 19942000, helping the I-AA squad to five playoff appearances and a pair of Southern Conference titles. All-America offensive lineman While at Appalachian State, Searels was presented with the NCAA Award of Valor, recognizing in 1987; First team All-SEC in him for his act of courage following a head-on collision involving a van carrying members of the ’86 and ’87; Ken Rice Award as Mountaineer football team and support staff on Sept. 30, 2000. Auburn’s best blocking lineman in Searels got his start in coaching as a graduate assistant at Auburn in 1992, working with the ’87; named to Auburn’s “Team of Tiger squad that posted a perfect 11-0 mark in 1993. As a senior in 1987, Searels earned First Team All-America honors from both the Associated Press the ‘80’s”’; played in 1988 Japan and Football News. Searels was a three-year starter for Auburn, blocking for Heisman Trophy winner Bowl and Senior Bowl; 2000 Bo Jackson in 1985 and All-America Brent Fullwood in 1986. He also participated in four bowl. NCAA Award of Valor; drafted in A First-Team All-Southeastern Conference selection as both a junior and senior, he was honored fourth round of 1988 NFL draft with the team’s Ken Rice Award as the school’s best blocking lineman in 1987. He played in both by San Diego Chargers (1988the Japan Bowl and the Senior Bowl following the 1987 season. In 1990, the Birmingham Post-Herald named Searels to the Auburn team of the 1980’s. 89); Miami Dophins (1990); New Searels was a fourth round draft York/New Jersey Knights, World pick by the San Diego Chargers in League of American Football 1988, playing two seasons there before (1991). moving to the Miami Dolphins for the 1990 season. He ended his professional career in 1991 with the New York/New Jersey Knights of the World League of American Football. Searels graduated from Auburn with a degree in marketing and transportation in 1990. He followed “Coach Searels comes to work that with a Master’s degree in higher every day. He pushes each play- education administration from Auer to reach his fullest potential.” burn in 1995. Searels is married to the former – Ben Jones Patricia Hale and they have two daughters, Taylor (13) and Savannah (10).

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COACHING STAFF

Dave Van Halanger

Director of Strength & Conditioning “Coach Van is a intense and driven coach who always is able to motivate his players, no matter what they’re asked to do. He is constantly there to give us words of encouragement and everybody is willing to work for him every day. I wouldn’t trade Coach Van for any other strength and conditioning coach anywhere.” --- Brandon Boykin

Legendary Florida State strength and conditioning coach Dave Van Halanger was named director of strength and conditioning at UGA in January, 2001. During his nine years at UGA, he has been part of a staff that has led Georgia to 90 victories, two SEC Birthdate: 10-15-53 championships, three SEC Eastern Division titles, Birthplace: Turtle Creek, Pa. seven bowl wins and six top-10 national finishes inHigh School: Turtle Creek cluding No. 2 in 2007 and No. 3 in 2002. College: W. Virginia, '76 Van Halanger spent 18 years as FSU's strength and conditioning coach from 1983-2001 and five years as Coaching Experience: head strength coach at his alma mater, West Virginia, where he is credited with starting WVU's first orga1977, West Virginia (Gradunized weight training program. ate Asst./Head J.V. Coach); Van Halanger has worked with 29 consecutive bowl 1978-1983, West Virginia (Head teams spanning his tenures at UGA, FSU and WVU, Strength Coach), 1983-2000, with those teams compiling a 21-7-1 record. He has Florida State (Strength and Contutored more than 30 NFL first-round draft picks. ditioning Coach), 1999, East-West In June, 2001, Van Halanger was awarded the title Shrine Game (Strength Coach), of Master Strength and Conditioning Coach, the highest honor presented by the Collegiate Strength and 2000 Gridiron Classic (Strength Coach), 2001-10, Georgia (Direc- Conditioning Coaches Association. It is given for tor of Strength and Conditioning) professionalism, knowledge, experience, expertise, and longevity in the field. He was also inducted into the Strength and Conditioning Hall of Fame in June, 2003. Under Van Halanger's direction, the average student-athlete gained 20-25 pounds, added 100 Playing Experience: pounds to his bench press and 200 pounds to his squat during his years at FSU. He was one of Atlanta Falcons (1976) -- Signed three strength coaches featured in a July 1998 issue of Sports Illustrated. He served as strength with Falcons ...West Virginia coach of the 2000 Gridiron Classic in Orlando and in 1999 became the first strength coach in the (1972-75) -- Played four-years and 75-year history of the East-West Shrine Game to be asked to coach the team. Van Halanger also served as strength and conditioning coach for both teams at the 2004 Gridrion Classic. In addition, was three-year starter as an offenhe was named the 1993 Strength Coach of the Year by the NFL Coaches. sive lineman...co-captain of 1975 A three-year starter under Coach Bobby Bowden at West Virginia, Van Halanger was co-captain West Virginia Peach Bowl Team... of the 1975 West Virginia Peach Bowl team. An offensive tackle, he earned All-East honors his All-East in 1974 and 75...1975 junior and senior seasons and was an honorable mention All-America selection as a senior. He honorable mention All-America played professionally with the Atlanta Falcons in 1976 before returning to WVU as a graduate Greenbriar Prep (1972) -- Team assistant and head junior varsity coach. He became the full-time strength coach at WVU in 1978. Van Halanger was also a leader in FSU's Fellowship of Christian Athletes group. captain...won the Van Halanger, Plumbo Award, given to the atha native of Turlete who showed the most effort tle Creek, Pa., academically and on the field. and his wife, Turtle Creek H.S. (1968-72) -Michele, have Team captain. five children - Danielle, Michael, Matthew (a freshman offensive line lineman at the U.S. Naval Academy), Julie and Katelyn.

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COACHING STAFF

Joe Tereshinski

Strength and Conditioning / Video Coordinator

Birthdate: 7-24-53 Birthplace: Washington, D.C. High School: St. John's College High, '72 College: Georgia '77 Experience: 1982-84 Georgia (Offensive Line, Special Teams, Asst. Strength Coach); 1985-86 Georgia (Asst. Strength Coach, Adm. Asst. to head coach); 1987-09Georgia (Asst. Strength Coach, Video and Game Analysis) Playing Experience: Georgia (1972-76) Starting center on 1975 Georgia Cotton Bowl team that finished 9-3 and on the 1976 SEC Champion Sugar Bowl team that finished 10-2, voted by teammates as offensive team captain. St. Johnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s College High (196871) Four year starter at defensive tackle/fullback. All Metropolitan, junior and senior year...team captain senior year.

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A native of Washington, D.C., Joe Tereshinski has served as an Assistant Strength and Conditioning coach since 1982. He also serves as video and game analysis coordinator, the walk-on program director and summer camp cocoordinator. Since 1998 he has coordinated the Annual Football Gala where fans are hosted by the Georgia players. The night is highlighted by silent auction/ dinner and senior recognition. Tereshinski is an integral part of the staff that in the last nine years has led Georgia to 90 victories, two SEC championships, three SEC Eastern Division titles, seven bowl victories, and six top ten finishes in the final national polls including No. 2 in 2007 and No. 3 in 2002. His oldest son, Joe, III, is a former UGA QB, while his youngest son, John, is a 2008 graduate of Wake Forest where he was a standout receiver. In his early Bulldog career he also served as an assistant in the areas of offensive line and special teams. The son of former Bulldog football letterman and second team All-SEC performer Joe Tereshinski, Sr., he was an outstanding high school lineman at St. John's College High in Washington, D.C. Tereshinski followed in his dad's footsteps and became a Georgia Bulldog and during his career, he was a two-year starter at center on a pair of Georgia's finest teams. His brother, Wally Tereshinski, was a starting tight end on the 1976 championship team. The 1975 Bulldogs finished 9-2 and earned an invitation to the Cotton Bowl. Tereshinski also started on the 1976 Bulldog team that posted a 10-1 regular season record and won the SEC championship. The '76 team earned an invitation to play in the Sugar Bowl. During his career, Tereshinski was recipient of the prestigious Coffee County Hustle Award, Wallace Butts Memorial Award, Hugh Hendrix Memorial Award, and Wallace Butts family scholarship. Tereshinski is married to the former Cathleen Givens of Denver, Colo.


COACHING STAFF

John Eason

Director of Player Development

Birthdate: 7-30-45 Birthplace: Ocala, Fla. High School: Howard College: Florida A&M, '69 Coaching Experience: 1970-71, Vanguard H.S. - Ocala, Fla.; 1973-79, Leon H.S. - Tallahassee,Fla.; 1981-94, Florida State (Wide Receivers); 1995-98, South Carolina (Asst. Head Coach, Off. Coord., Wide Receivers); 2000, Toronto Argonauts (Assoc. Head Coach, Off. Coord.); 2001-04, Georgia (Asst. Head Coach, Wide Receivers); 2005-08, (Assoc. Head Coach, Wide Receivers); 2009, (Director of Football Operations); 2010 (Director of Player Deveopment) Playing Experience: Montreal Alouettes (1972) -Oakland Raiders (1968) -Florida A&M (1966-68) -- Set the school record for most touchdowns receiving, highest punting average, and longest punt...196667 All-Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference team .2.. SIAC Player of the Year...American Football Coaches Association Small College All-America team. Howard H.S. (1959-63) -- AllState wide receiver...also played defensive back.

John Eason, who came with Mark Richt to Georgia as receivers coach and assistant head coach in 2001, was named Director of Football Operations in February, 2009, and Director of Player Development in February, 2010. A former wide receivers coach at Florida State University and offensive coordinator at South Carolina, he also served as Associate Head Coach at UGA from 2005-08. During his nine years at UGA, he has been part of a staff that has led Georgia to 90 victories, two SEC championships, three SEC Eastern Division titles, seven bowl victories, and six top ten finishes in the final national polls including No. 2 in 2007 and No. 3 in 2002. His most recent pupils as a receivers coach are Mohamed Massaquoi, second round pick of the Cleveland Browns in the 2009 NFL draft, and current Georgia junior A.J. Green, two-time consensus All-SEC selection. In 2002, the Bulldogs finished as the SEC's top scoring (32.14 ppg) and pass efficiency (138.91) offense and in 2005, led the SEC in passing efficiency (144.0) and was second in scoring offense (29.5 ppg). Eason also coached Georgia's all-time career pass receiving leader and first team All-SEC performer Terrence Edwards, along with fellow All-SEC first team selections Fred Gibson and Reggie Brown. Eason, who has a Ph.D. degree (1987) in Educational Administration from FSU, also served as an assistant professor in the Department of Human Service and Wellness at the University of Central Florida in 1999-2000. In addition, he held positions as offensive coordinator and associate head coach of the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League during the 2000 season while on leave from UCF. Eason served as offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach at South Carolina from 199598 following 12 years as wide receivers coach at FSU from 1981-94. During his tenure at FSU, the Seminoles won one national championship (1993) and eight bowl games—two Orange, two Fiesta, one Cotton, one Sugar, one Blockbuster, and one All-American. In his 12 seasons, Eason coached seven wide receivers who received All-America recognition including three first team selections — Lawrence Dawsey, Tamrick Vanover, and Kez McCorvey. A bachelors and masters degree graduate from Florida A&M University, Eason also served as an Assistant to the Athletic Director for Academic/Student Affairs during a tenure at FSU which actually began in 1981. After graduating from Florida A&M, Eason played one season with the Oakland Raiders (1968) in which they won the AFL Western Division championship. While at Florida A&M, Eason set the school record for most touchdowns receiving, highest punting average, and longest punt. He was named to the All-Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference team in 1966-67, was named the SIAC Player of the Year, and to the American Football Coaches Association Small College All-America Team. He is married to the former Vanessa Long of Tallahassee, Fla. They have two children, Amanda and Michael.

“Coach Eason expected perfection from all of his players. He really knows what he is talking about and is an expert at what he does. He pushed us constantly and always knew what to do to make us all better." -- Mohamed Massaquoi

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COACHING STAFF

Josh Brooks

Director of Football Operations

Birthdate: 5-28-1980 Birthplace: Hammond, LA High School: Hammond College: LSU â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;02 Coaching Experience: 1998-2001, LSU (Student Manager); 2001-2002, LSU (Student Assistant); 2002-2003, LouisianaMonroe (Graduate Assistant); 2004-2005, 2007 - LouisianaMonroe (Director of Football Operations); 2008-2009, Georgia (Assistant Director of Football Operations); 2010, Georgia (Director of Football Operations). Playing Experience: Hammond HS (1994-98) Linebacker, All-State Academic Team

"We're very fortunate to have Josh Brooks on our staff. He's an incredibly hard worker and always a pleasure to be around. If anyone on the team ever has a question we know Josh will have the answer. He's always on top of things and a huge asset to our program." -- Shaun Chapas

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Josh Brooks is entering his first season as the director of football operations after serving the past two seasons as the assistant director of football operations at UGA. Brooks is responsible for assisting head coach Mark Richt in all football administration duties; as well as serving as the liaison to the business office, compliance and other university areas. His responsibilities range from team travel, roster management, and team community service projects. Brooks came to UGA from the University of Louisiana-Monroe in 2008 after serving as Director of Football Operations. In 2007, ULM became bowl eligible for the first time in school history. He began at ULM as a graduate assistant coach on offense in 2002, working with Receivers. The following year he moved over to the defensive side of the ball working with safeties. During that season he helped mentor current NFL safety, Chris Harris (Carolina Panthers). He was then promoted to Director of Football Operations in 2004. Brooks gained experience as a student at LSU, working as an equipment manager and a student assistant coach. During his four years at LSU, the Tigers participated in the 2000 Peach Bowl , 2002 Sugar Bowl, and won the 2001 Southeastern Conference championship. A native of Hammond, LA, he graduated from LSU in 2002 with a degree in Kinesiology. He and his wife, the former Lillie Harrell, have twin sons, Jackson and James, born in July of 2009.


SUPPORT STAFF Keith Gray

Assoc. Head Strength & Conditioning Coach

Keith joined the Georgia Strength & Conditioning staff as a full-time assistant in 1999, and was promoted to Associate Head Strength Coach in July 2003. As an assistant with football, Gray has worked with the 2002 and 2005 SEC Championship Teams, as well as the 2003, 2006 and 2008 Allstate Sugar Bowl Teams. Gray worked as Director of Strength & Conditioning with the UGA Women’s Tennis team that won the 2001 SEC Tournament Championship, 2002 National Indoor Championship and 2002 SEC Championship. Gray has worked as an assistant strength coach and Director of Strength & Conditioning for the UGA Women’s Gymnastics program, working with the 2001, 2002, 2004, 2005 and 2006 SEC Championship teams, as well as the 2005 and 2006 NCAA National Championship Teams. Gray had previously worked at Auburn University where he was a graduate assistant for Strength & Conditioning from 1997-1999, working with the football and baseball teams. Before assuming his duties at Auburn, Gray was a graduate assistant at Southern Illinois, directing the strength program for the football team. Gray played linebacker at Virginia Tech from 1991-1994, lettering in football and earning Virginia Tech’s highest strength honor, Super Iron Hokie. A native of Stuart, VA, Gray completed his undergraduate work at Virginia Tech in English. Gray is beginning his 12th season at Georgia and is entering his 14th straight year working for an SEC team.

Clay Walker Strength and Conditioning

Clay Walker, a member of the 1999 Georgia Bulldog football team, is in his eighth year as a full-time assistant strength and conditioning coach for Coach Mark Richt’s staff. Walker served as a graduate assistant coach under Coach Dave Van Halanger for the 2001 and 2002 seasons, while earning a Master’s Degree in Sport Studies/Physical Education. During those two seasons, Walker assisted in the strength and conditioning of the football team and instructed the strength program for the men’s golf team. In 2000, Walker served as a student assistant coach under defensive line coach Rodney Garner and strength and conditioning coach Erick Fears while completing his undergraduate requirements. Walker is a certified strength and conditioning coach through the CSCCa. A native of Abbeville, Ga, Walker attended Wilcox County High School where he lettered in football (center/DE) and baseball for three years. In his senior year, he earned the best offensive lineman award. He also earned the top scholar athlete award for his academic and athletic successes.

Ann Hunt Adm. Sec. to Coach Richt

Lindsay Fletcher Recruiting Intern

Charlie Cantor Recruiting Asst.

Tammy Mettenberger Adm. Secretary

Connie Connelly Recruiting Asst.

Kevin Purvis Asst. Equipment Mgr.

Rex Bradberry Strength and Conditioning

Rex Bradberry is beginning his eighth year as a member of the strength and conditioning program. Bradberry, who was an intern from 2002-03 and a graduate assistant from 2003-10, joined the staff as a full-time strength and conditioning coach and team nutritionist in April 2010. Bradberry has assisted the strength staff with the design and implementation of programs for the football team and has taught the character education curriculum for the freshman football players. He also was the director of the strength and conditioning for the men’s golf team that won the 2003 SEC title and the 2005 national championship. Bradberry also has NFL experience. He served as the personal trainer for ex-Bulldog David Pollack in Cincinnati in 2005, and he trains Georgia players for the NFL Combine each winter. Bradberry earned his bachelor’s degree in Health Education and Exercise Science from Georgia College and State University in 2002. He earned his Master’s degree in Sports Studies from Georgia in 2005 and his Ph.D. in Kinesiology from UGA in 2010. His research interests include injury prevention, nutrition and speed development. He serves as a guest lecturer for the Kinesiology department for several undergraduate and graduate classes. A native of Watkinsville, Bradberry is a graduate of Oconee County High School where he played football, baseball and basketball and won several school and area awards. He came to Georgia in 2001 as a preferred walk-on under former coach Jim Donnan.

Ray Lamb Coordinator High School Relations

Ray Lamb was named Coordinator of High School Relations July, 1993, after a 35-year high school coaching career in Georgia and South Carolina. A graduate of Tennessee Wesleyan, Lamb serves as a liaison between the Georgia coaches in all sports and high school coaches throughout the state and region. A past president of the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association, Lamb won three state football championships at two different high schools during his coaching career: two at Warren County and one at Commerce H.S. Ray and his wife, Linda, have three children and six grandchildren. Their sons, Bobby and Hal are both involved in football: Bobby at Furman University and Hal at Calhoun High School in Calhoun, and their daughter, Lynn, is a teacher and tennis coach - her husband Michael Davis is a teacher and coach in the Calhoun School system. Coach Lamb was recently inducted into the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association Hall of Fame.

John Meshad Equipment Manager

John Meshad began working for the Athletic Association in 2002 as an intern in the Athletic Directors office. In 2004 he was named Assistant Equipment Manager for the football team. He was a part of the 2005 SEC Championship team, and following the 2006 season was promoted to the position of Head Equipment Manager for the Bulldogs. John attended The University of Georgia in 1995-96 where he first started working in the equipment room as a student manager. He finished his degree at The University of Montana where he also developed an interest in fly-fishing. He is now an avid fly fisherman who also enjoys playing golf in his free time. A native of Mobile, Ala., John attended McGill-Toolen High School where he lettered in football for three years.

Bobby Lankford Character Ed. Coord.

Thomas Settles Team Chaplain

Kevin Hynes Team Chaplain

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SUPPORT STAFF Brad Hutcherson Program Coordinator, Offense

Brad Hutcherson, a native of Savannah, Ga., was named a graduate assistant on offense for Georgia’s coaching staff in the spring of 2009. Hutcherson’s history with the Bulldog football team dates back four years when he became a student assistant for the team’s offensive coaches in 2005. During Hutcherson’s time with the Bulldogs, Georgia captured the 2005 Southeastern Conference title and has won four bowl games. The Bulldogs have also recorded three 10-win seasons since 2005 and had three offensive players drafted in the first two rounds of the 2009 NFL Draft, including Matthew Stafford who was the first overall pick by the Detroit Lions. Hutcherson graduated from the University of Georgia with a degree in Sport Management in December, 2008.

Mitch Doolittle Program Coordinator, Defense

Mitch Doolittle, a native of Ninety Six, S.C., joined the Georgia staff in June, 2009 as a program coordinator with the Bulldogs’ defense. He was instrumental in preparation of the Georgia defense for the 2009 Independence Bowl at a time only one full time assistant was on staff. Doolittle came to Athens following two years on the football staff at UAB, where he served as a video assistant for the Blazers’ defense. Doolittle played quarterback, wide receiver and special teams at Presbyterian College in Clinton, S.C., from 2003-06. He played for the Blue Hose under head coach Tommy Spangler, a letterwinner on Georgia’s 1982 SEC Championship team who later served as a graduate assistant coach for the Bulldogs. Doolittle was the quarterback for consecutive state championship teams at Ninety Six High School in 2000 and 2001. His father, Mike, was head coach of those squads and is now the offensive line coach at Gardner-Webb University. His brother, Stan, currently plays quarterback for Gardner-Webb as well. Doolittle earned his bachelor’s degree in history with a minor in psychology from Presbyterian in 2007.

Todd Hartley Graduate Assistant, Defense

Todd Hartley, a native of Gray, Ga., and graduate of Jones County High School, was named a graduate assistant on defense for Georgia’s coaching staff following the 2009 spring practice. Hartley originally joined the Bulldogs as a student assistant at the end of the 2005 season and worked with the offense and special teams until the spring of 2008. Georgia had an 11-win season and tallied three bowl victories during Hartley’s years working with the Bulldogs in 2006-07-09 including a 4110 rout of #10 Hawai’i in the 2008 Sugar Bowl. He was instrumental in preparation of the Georgia defense for the 2009 Independence Bowl at a time only one full time assistant was on staff. Hartley joined former Georgia tight ends coach Dave Johnson, who became West Virginia’s offensive line coach in 2008, on the Mountaineers staff before the 2008 season as an offensive graduate assistant. Hartley worked with the running backs and slot receivers and assisted with recruiting as the Mountaineers wrapped up their season with a 9-4 record, including a victory over North Carolina in the Meineke Car Care Bowl. Hartley graduated from the University of Georgia with a degree in Health and Physical Education in May, 2008.

Nick Jones Graduate Assistant, Offense

A four-year letterman for the Bulldogs from 2003-06, Nick Jones joined the staff as an offensive graduate assistant in June, 2010. Jones was a second team All-SEC selection at center as a senior and was elected as the permanent co-captain and offensive captain of the 2006 Bulldogs. A native of Bowdon, Ga., Jones started 32 consecutive games for the Bulldogs and was part of a senior class that compiled a 40-12 record, 3-1 bowl record, played in two SEC championship games, and won the 2005 SEC title. A graduate in Risk Management and Insurance, Jones was named the team’s Most Valuable Offensive Player in 2006 and was recipient of the Leon Farmer Strength and Conditioning Award. Following his senior season he was selected to play in the Hula Bowl All-Star Game.

SPORTS MEDICINE Graduate Assistants

Ryan McGovern, ATC Athletic Trainer Ryan McGovern, a native of Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, has been a graduate assistant Athletic Trainer for football since June 2010.

Anish Patel, ATC, NREMT-B Athletic Trainer

Anish Patel, a native of Milledgeville, Georgia, has been a graduate assistant Athletic Trainer for football since May 2010.

McGovern IS a graduate of James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia (May, 2008).

Anish is a graduate of the University of Georgia (December, 2009), with a degree in Exercise and Sport Science (emphasis on Athletic Training).

For the past two years he has been the Head Athletic Trainer at Bishop McDevitt High School in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

For the past year, he has been working as a graduate assistant for the University of Georgia cheerleading.

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2010 BULLDOGS 79 Justin Anderson N, Jr., 6-5, 330 Ocilla, Ga. Hargrave Military

2010: Moved to defensive line but missed most of spring drills due to injury. 2009: Appeared in all 13 games making five starts. *Named to Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for

summer semester. *Recipient of Col. Robert L. Jackson Family Scholarship. 2008: Named to Phil Steele’s All-Freshman Second Team. *Named to CollegeFootballNews.com’s Freshman Honorable Mention Team and Freshman All-SEC by SEC Coaches. *Appeared in 12 games making seven starts (vs. No. 8 Alabama, vs. Tenn., vs. No. 22 Vanderbilt, at No. 11 LSU, vs. No. 5 Florida, at UK). *Made first-career start at right tackle at No. 24 Arizona State. *Made Bulldog debut against Georgia Southern. 2007: Entered Georgia in January; listed as number two RT at conclusion of spring drills; redshirted. Prep School: Hargrave Military, coached by Robert Prunty…Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super Southern 100…Rivals.com Prep School Top 50…EA Sports Second-Team All-American…Team finished 7-3. High School: Irwin County High School, coached by Jute Wilson…USA Today All-USA First Team Offense and Pre-Season Super 25…Superprep All-America…EA Sports second team All-America…The Atlanta JournalConstitution Super 11 and Super Southern 100…Three-time First-Team Class AA All-State by the Georgia Sports Writers Association and 2005 All-State selection by Atlanta Journal-Constitution…FSN South Countdown to Signing Day All-South Second Team…Invited to play in the U.S. Army All-American Game…PrepStar 100…Rivals.com Top 7 Offensive Guards and Top 100 recruit …Scout.com No. 21 offensive lineman in the nation…CSTV and ESPN Top 150 in America…Tifton Gazette All-Tift Area Team…His team advanced to the state playoffs in three of his four seasons…played basketball and track until his senior year. Personal: JUSTIN K. ANDERSON; Born: April 15, 1988; Major: Housing.

31 Quintin Banks SS, Sr., 6-2, 208 Warner Robins, Ga. Houston County HS

Career Highs: 4 tackles vs. Ole Miss in 2007 2010: Recorded a tackle in spring G-Day game. 2009: Appeared in four games making three tackles. *In first action of season, posted two tackles at Vanderbilt; also played against Tennessee Tech, No. 7 Ga. Tech and vs. Texas A&M. *Named to Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and Dean’s List for summer semester. *Limited in spring drills due to knee injury. *Recipient of Jack and Joy Davis Football Scholarship. 2008: Suffered a torn medial collateral ligament during preseason workouts and suffered another knee injury prior to the Vanderbilt game and missed the remainder of the season. *Received the Coffee County Hustle Award at the end of spring practice. 2007: Appeared in 12 games with six tackles. *Two tackles in Georgia’s 41-10 rout of #10 Hawai’i in the Sugar Bowl. *Had a career-high four tackles including 1.5 for a loss vs. Ole Miss. *Recipient of the Jack and Joy Davis Football Scholarship. *Listed as number two SS at conclusion of spring drills. 2006: Redshirted. High School: Houston County, coached by Doug Johnson...Outstanding Scout Team Special Teams Player….The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Class AAAAA All-State First Team DB and Best Safety in Georgia…Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAAAA All-State Defensive Team as a DB…All-Region 1 AAAAA at DB…PrepStar Top 200, No.19 overall at defensive back…Rivals. com No. 11 overall safety…Rated 13th in Rivals.com postseason Top 50… First Team All-Middle Georgia and All-Houston County…Selected to the GACA North-South All-Star Team…Region 1-AAAAA Defensive Player

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of the Year…Recipient of the Golden Helmet Award for MVP of Houston County…Team Captain who played free safety, QB, and wingback…Career stats of 193 tackles, 2 interceptions, 22 pass break ups, 5 forced fumbles, 3 fumble recoveries, 2 blocked kicks and 174 yards of total offense. Personal: QUINTIN BANKS; Born: March 4, 1988; Major: Studio Art. Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2007 12/0 6 2 8 0/0 1.5/4 0 0 0 0 0 2008 1/0 0 0 0 0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 2009 4/0 3 0 3 0/0 1.0/3 0 0 0 0 0 Total 17/0 9 2 11 0/0 2.5/7 0 0 0 0 0

32 Brandon Bogotay PK, Jr., 6-3, 214 San Diego, Calif. Grossmont College

Career Highs: 1 kickoff (2x), last at Arkansas, 2009 2010: Made a 32-yard field goal in G-Day game. 2009: Appeared in two games, vs. S. Carolina and at Arkansas, recording one kickoff in each game. *Named to fall 2009 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. *Recipient of Durward and Betsy Pennington Family Scholarship. 2008: Junior College – Grossmont College (El Cajon, Calif.)....Named to the Southern Conference’s All-Conference First Team after finishing 15-of-23 on FGs, including a long kick of 52 yards, and leading the SEC in points per game for a kicker at 7.2 and FGs per game at 1.50...Scout.com’s list of Top Junior College Kickers of 2008...listed No. 3 on the California Community College Athletic Association’s list for most points scored kicking (72) in 2008... honored as his conference’s Special Teams/All-Purpose Player of the Week on Oct. 13, 2008 after connecting on all four of his FG attempts and going 3-for-3 on his PATs...had a performance of three FGs, including a 43-yarder, and was 6-for-6 on PATs during Grossmont’s 51-16 win over Chaffey ...had a career-high four FGs, including a 44-yarder, versus Long Beach in 2008. High School: Attended Patrick Henry...named to the San Diego UnionTribune’s Eastern League First Team in soccer. Personal: BRANDON BOGOTAY; Born: April 8, 1989; Major: PreBusiness/Marketing.

60 Clint Boling OT, Sr., 6-5, 310 Alpharetta, Ga. Chattahoochee HS

2010: His 36 career starts is second best among all current Georgia players. 2009: Named All-SEC first team by Sporting News and All-SEC Second Team by Associated Press and Phil Steele *Recieved Honorable Mention from All-College Football Insiders. *Appeared in 13 games making 13 starts. *Started at right tackle for the first six games, made a start at right guard vs. Vanderbilt and then started the final six games at left tackle. *Named SEC Offensive Lineman of the Week (9/14) after helping Georgia tally 308 yards of offense vs. S. Carolina. *Named Preseason All-SEC First Team by Lindy’s and All-SEC Second Team by Phil Steele, SEC Coaches and SEC Media. *Named Best All-Around Offensive Player at conclusion of spring drills *Recipient of Wallace Butts Football Scholarship. 2008: Named to CollegeFootballNews.com’s All-Sophomore Second Team. *Named First Team All-SEC by Associated Press, also Phil Steele’s AllSEC Second Team. *Appeared in 12 games making 12 starts. *Started at LT vs. No. 22 Vanderbilt, at No. 11 LSU, vs. No. 5 Florida, at Kentucky, at Auburn, vs. No. 18 Ga. Tech and vs. No. 19 Michigan State. *Named SEC Offensive Lineman of the Week (10/13) following win over Tennessee in which UGA tallied 458 yards of total offense; Boling started at right guard but an injury to a teammate forced him to move to left tackle during the game. *Started at RG at No. 24 Ariz. St., vs. No. 8 Alabama, vs. Tennessee.


2010 BULLDOGS *Started at right tackle against Central Michigan and at South Carolina. *Named preseason All-SEC 4th team by Phil Steele. 2007: Appeared in 13 games making 11 starts, 10 at RG and one at RT. *Freshman All-America First Team by Scout.com and Freshman AllAmerica Second Team by Rivals.com. *Named SEC All-Freshman by SEC Coaches and Sporting News. *Made first-career start at RT before switching to RG for the final 10 games *Made Bulldog debut vs. Oklahoma St. High School: Chattahoochee…named to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Class AAAAA First Team Offense…2006 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Top 50 In Georgia and Northside All-Area Team…Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAAAA All-State Team…SuperPrep All-Dixie Team and Top 50 in the Dixie Region…Prep Star All-American…Voted All-Area Player of the Year…UGASports.com #22 Overall prospect in Georgia…Rivals.com Top 10 offensive line and Top 35 overall recruit in Georgia…Scout.com Top 5 offensive tackles in Georgia and No. 71 offensive tackle in U.S…honored as 2004 and 2005 Academic Athlete for Chattahoochee High School Football…started as tight end his sophomore year before moving to offensive line and defensive end his junior and senior years…Led his team to the playoffs his senior season…started for the basketball team…High School Coach: Terry Crowder. Personal: CLINT BOLING; Born: May 9, 1989; Major: Management Information Systems.

2 Brandon Boykin CB, Jr., 5-10, 183 Fayetteville, Ga. Fayette County HS

Career Highs: 8 tackles vs. No. 25 Auburn in 2009 *1 interception (3x), last vs. No. 25 Auburn in 2009 *6 kickoff returns (2x), last vs. No. 1 Florida in 2009 *187 kickoff return yards vs. S. Carolina in 2009 *Long kickoff return of 100 yards (2x), last at

Tennessee in 2009 *1 kickoff return TD (2x), last at Tennessee in 2009 2010: Named to Lott Trophy Watchlist. *Named one of team’s Most Improved Players for defense following spring. *Recorded two tackles in spring G-Day game. 2009: Named All-SEC Fourth Team as a kickoff return specialist by Phil Steele *Earned team’s Most Improved Player award for special teams. *Appeared in 13 games making 12 starts with 54 tackles, six pass breakups and three interceptions. *Set school records with 38 kickoff returns, 988 kickoff return yards and three kickoff returns for touchdowns. *In Independence Bowl against Texas A&M, set a school record and tied an SEC record with his third kickoff return for a touchdown on the season (81 yards); Also posted six tackles and a pass-break up. *Became the first player in SEC history to return two kickoffs 100 yards in a season doing so against S. Carolina and at Tennessee. *Recorded a career-high eight tackles and an INT vs. No. 25 Auburn. *Tied for the team lead with seven tackle vs. No. 1 Florida. *Earned CollegeFootballPerformance.com Kickoff Returner Performance of the Week after he returned four kicks for 128 yards including a 100yard return for a touchdown at Tennessee. *Named SEC Special Teams Player of the Week (9/14) and earned CollegeFootballPerformance.com Kickoff Returner Performance of the Week after returning four kickoffs for 187 yards including a 100-yard return for a TD in the second quarter, the longest in UGA history, vs. S. Carolina; also registered four tackles and an INT in the game. *Had three tackles including a sack in spring G-Day game. *Named Most Improved Defensive Back at conclusion of spring drills. *Recipient of Tommy Reeder Football Scholarship. 2008: Named one of team’s Newcomer of the Year Award winners for defense. *Appeared in 13 games recording six tackles. *Season-high two tackles in debut vs. Ga. Southern. *Named to SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll. *Named to Director’s Honor Roll for fall 2008 semester. High School: Fayette County, coached by Tommy Webb…SuperPrep All-America and All-Dixie Teams…PrepStar All-Southeast Region…2007 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super Southern 100 and Class AAAA AllState…Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAAA All-State…2007 Georgia Football Magazine All-State second team…2008 Rivals.com Rivals 250, cornerbacks (15), Georgia Top 50 (18)…UGASports Georgia Top 50 (8)… Scout.com four-star prospect, Top 150, #161 player in America,

#14 CB in America, #91 player in the South, #14 player in Georgia… as a senior in 2007, recorded 23 tackles, recorded five interceptions and nine pass breakups…appeared on offense at QB, completing 33 of 43 passes for 416 yards and three TDS, rushed 94 times for 600 yards and six TDS. Personal: BRANDON BOYKIN; Born: July 13, 1990; Major: Pre-Journalism/Broadcast News. Defensive Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2008 13/0 5 1 6 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 2009 13/12 40 14 54 0.0/0 2.5/5 0 0 6 3 1 Total 26/12 45 15 60 0.0/0 2.5/5 0 0 6 3 1 Year 2009 Total

Ret. 38 38

Yards 988 988

Kickoff Returns Avg TD LG 26.0 3 100 SC, UT 26.0 3 100 SC, UT

45 Brian Brewer TB, Sr., 5-10, 204 Lilburn, Ga. Brookwood HS

Career Highs: Carried three times for six yards in spring G-Day game. *On pace to graduate in December. 2009: Member of the scout team. *Named to 2009 summer and fall Athletic Direc-

tor’s Honor Roll. 2007-08: Enrolled but did not participate in football. High School: Brookwood, coached by Mark Crews…Two year letterman in football…Three sport scholar athlete playing football, baseball and basketball…Senior captain…Awarded Powell Senior Leadership Award. Personal: BRIAN BREWER; Born: December 25, 1987; Major: PreMed...Double major in Biology and Exercise & Sport Science.

15 Marlon Brown SE, So., 6-5, 219 Memphis, Tenn. Harding Academy

Career Highs: 2 receptions at TN in 2009 *15 receiving yards at Tennessee in 2009 *Long reception of nine yards at TN in 2009 2009: Appeared in eight games. *Recorded first two career receptions at Tennes-

see for 15 yards. *Made Bulldog debut vs. S. Carolina. *Earned Herbie Award as #6 ranked “Fresh Approach: Top True Freshmen” *Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and Dean’s List for summer semester. *Recipient of Vickie and Leon Farmer Football Scholarship. High School: Harding Academy, coached by Ryan Derrick...Totaled 1,785 all-purpose yards with 19 TDs in 2008 including 338 yards and four TDs in the state championship game...First Memphis private schooler to be named a PARADE All-American in 2009...2009 USA Today All-USA Second Team...Named Tennessee’s Mr. Football for 2008...2008 Tennessee Sports Writers Association Division 2-A All-State...2008 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super Southern 100...Caught 41 passes for 861 yards and six TDs in 2007 while rushing for 629 yards and 10 TDs...2007 Tennessee Sports Writers Association Division 2-A All-State...Caught 41 passes for 780 yards and eight TDs in 2006...Ranked as country’s No.5 WR by Rivals.com...Ranked No. 53 on Rivals.com 100...Ranked No. 1 on Rivals.com Tennessee Postseason Top 35Ranked No. 3 wide receiver by ESPN.com...Ranked No. 24 on ESPNU 150...Ranked No. 2 WR in the country by Scout.com...Under Armour All-American...Played basketball at Harding and was named to the 2008 Tennessee Sports Writers Association Division 2-A All-State Team. Personal: MARLON BROWN; Born: April 22, 1991; Major: Pre-Business/Management. Receiving Year G/GS Rec. Yards Per/Rec. Per/Gm. TD LG 2009 8/0 2 15 7.5 2.1 0 9 UT Total 8/0 2 15 7.5 2.1 0 9 UT

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2010 BULLDOGS 68 Chris Burnette C, RFr., 6-2, 291 LaGrange, Ga. Troup County HS

2009: Redshirted, member of the scout team *Named to 2009 fall and summer Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and earned Dean’s List recognition for summer semester. *Recipient of Susan and Mark Tomlinson Scholarship. High School: Troup County, coached by Bubba Jeter..2008 MaxPreps Medium School All-America Team...PrepStar Top 100 Dream Team...2008 SuperPrep All-Dixie Team...2008 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Georgia’s Super 11, Super Southern 100, Georgia 150 and Class AAA All-State first team...2008 Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAA All-State selection...2009 Rivals.com four-star prospect, Rivals 100 (81), OG (3) and Georgia Postseason Top 75 (4)...2009 Scout.com three-star prospect ranked #9 in Georgia, #76 in the South, #147 in the nation, and #31 OG...UGASports 2009 Georgia Top 75 (5) ...Ranked #58 overall and #2 at OG in ESPNU 150...2009 Athlon Consensus 100 (88)...2008 Georgia Football Magazine/Georgiafb.com All-State Phenoms first team...2009 U.S. Army All-American Bowl participant and named honorable mention for “best feet” award. Personal: CHRIS BURNETTE; Born: April 14, 1991.; Major: Pre-Business/ Finance.

13 Drew Butler P, Jr., 6-2, 207 Duluth, Ga. Peachtree Ridge HS

Career Highs: 7 punts vs. No. 4 LSU in 2009 *Long punt of 75 yards at No. 9 Okla. St. in 2009 *3 punts downed inside the 20 at Arkansas in 2009 2010: Punted three times for 122 yards in G-Day game. 2009: Winner of the Ray Guy Award as the nation’s

most outstanding punter. *Named First Team All-America by Walter Camp, American Football Coaches (AFCA), Football Writers Association of America, Associated Press, and Sporting News *Named All-SEC First Team by Associated Press, SEC Coaches, ESPN, Phil Steele, and Sporting News *Named CollegeFootballPerformance.com Punter of the Year. *Tabbed a All-College Football Insiders First Team selection. *Selected to ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District team. *Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll and fall 2009 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. *Earned one of team’s Most Valuable Special Teams Player awards *Tabbed midseason All-America first team selection by Sporting News and Phil Steele. *Appeared in all 13 games punting 56 times for 2,691 yards for a nationalbest 48.1 yards per punt with 19 downed inside the 20. *Became only the third Bulldog in school history to lead the NCAA in punting (Zeke Bratkowski, 1953, 42.6; Bobby Walden, 1958, 45.3); His 48.1 average was the best average by an NCAA leader since 2001 (Travis Dorsch, Purdue, 48.4). *Twice named CollegeFootballPerformance.com Punter Performer of the Week: After Tenn. game where he punted six times for a 49.8 yd. avg. and after Arkansas game where he punted four times for a 55.3 yd. avg. *Also earned CollegeFootballPerformance.com Honorable Mention Punter Performer of the Week five times: at Vanderbilt with five punts for a 47.0 yard average; vs. No. 4 LSU with seven punts for a 49.1 yard average; vs. No. 1 Florida with four punts for a 52.5 yard average; vs. No. 25 Auburn with five punts for a 47.4 yard average; at No. 9 Okla. St. with six punts for a 57.0 yard average, the second-highest average for a game in school history, including a career-long 75-yarder. *Also served as the team’s holder on field goals and PATs. *Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and Dean’s List for summer semester. *Recipient of William C. Hartman, Jr., Scholarship. 2008: Appeared in three games making three punts. *Earned SEC Academic Honor Roll and Director’s Honor Roll distinction in fall. *Recorded season-long punt of 40 yards vs. No. 19 Michigan State in 2009 Capital One Bowl.

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*Made Bulldog debut with one punt for 38 yards and a touch back at S. C. 2007: Redshirted. High School: Peachtree Ridge, coached by Blair Armstrong…2006 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Class AAAAA All- State first team…Class AAAAA All-State first team by the Georgia Sports Writers Association…Scout.com No. 9 punter in the nation…named Gwinnett County Player of the Month in September of 2005…son of former Georgia standout kicker Kevin Butler…as junior, averaged 40 yards per punt and recorded a long of 63 yards…had 13 punts inside the 20…played varsity golf…honors student with a 3.9 GPA. Personal: DREW BUTLER; Born May 10, 1989; Major: Pre-Journalism/ Telecommunication Arts. Punts Year Punts Yards Avg. In 20 50+ BL LG 2008 3 107 35.7 1 0 0 40 MSU 2009 56 2,691 48.1 19 24 0 75 OSU Total 59 2,798 47.4 20 24 0 75 OSU

49 Shaun Chapas FB, Sr., 6-2, 242 St. Augustine, Fla. The Bolles School

Career Highs: 5 carries vs. Texas A&M in 2009 *43 yards vs. Texas A&M in 2009 *Long rush of 22 yards vs. Texas A&M in 2009 *1 rushing TD vs. Texas A&M in 2009 *Rushing TD of five yards vs. Texas A&M in 2009 *4 receptions vs. No. 4 LSU in 2009 *64 receiving yards vs. Tennessee in 2008 *1 receiving TD (2x), last vs. No. 4 LSU in 2009 *Long reception of 37 yards vs. Tennessee in 2008 *1 kickoff return (6x), last vs. Tennessee Tech in 2009 *16 kickoff return yards (2x), last vs. Ariz. St. in 2009 *Long kickoff return of 16 yards (2x), last vs. Ariz. St. in 2009 2010: Earned True Grit Award on offense following spring drills. *Made one reception for 11 yards in spring G-Day game. 2009: Appeared in 12 games making seven starts with seven carries for 45 yards and a TD and nine receptions for 50 yards and a TD. *Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll and fall 2009 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. *Carried a career-high five times for a career-best 43 yards and his firstcareer rushing touchdown vs. Texas A&M in 2009 Independence Bowl. *Caught career-high four passes for nine yards and a TD vs. No. 4 LSU. *Tabbed by Sporting News as “SEC’s Best Blocking Back” *Carried three times for 25 yards in spring G-Day game. *Named Most Consistent Running Back at conclusion of spring drills. *Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and Dean’s List for summer semester. *Recipient of John Tillman Football Scholarship. 2008: Named one of the team’s Most Improved Offensive Players. *Appeared in 13 games making six starts carrying the ball seven times for 25 yards and catching nine passes for 120 yards and a TD. *Named to CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District III First Team; Earned SEC Academic Honor Roll and Director’s Honor Roll distinction for fall semester. *Caught an 11-yard TD, the first TD of his career, in win at Kentucky. *Named CBS Scholar Athlete at LSU. *Rushed twice for 10 yards and caught a career-high three passes for a career-high 50 yards receiving vs. Tennessee. *Made first-career start vs. Central Michigan catching two passes for 10 yards. 2007: Appeared in 13 games with 11 carries 41 yards and three catches for 22 yards. *Played key role on special teams making seven tackles. *Made one reception for a season-long 10 yards at Georgia Tech. *Had two carries for a career-high 14 yards vs. W. Carolina. *Named Most Improved Running Back at conclusion of spring drills. *Recipient of the John Tillman Football Scholarship. 2006: Redshirted. High School: Bolles, coached by Corky Rogers….Florida Times-Union Super 24…Tallahassee Democrat Top 75 list…Orlando Sentinel Top 100 list…Rivals.com #9 fullback in the nation and a 3-star prospect at his position…Led his team to the Class AA state title in 2004 primarily as a junior blocking back, but he also added nine rushing touchdowns and two touchdown receptions…Missed the 2005 season with an ACL injury… Named Athlete of the Year at Bolles as a freshman and a sophomore…His high school coach, Corky Rogers, is the all-time wins leader for high school


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football in Florida and has won six state championships. Personal: SHAUN CHAPAS; Born: May 2, 1988; Major: Marketing. Year 2007 2008 2009 Total

G/GS 13/0 12/6 12/7 37/13

Year 2007 2008 2009 Total

G/GS 13/0 12/6 12/7 37/13

Year 2007 2008 2009 Total

Ret. 2 2 2 6

Att. 11 7 7 25

Yards 41 25 45 111

Rushing Per/Att. 3.7 3.6 6.4 4.4

Per/Gm. 3.2 2.1 3.8 3.0

TD LG 0 10 WCU 0 8 VU 1 22 TAM 1 22 TAM

Rec. 3 9 9 21

Receiving Yards Per/Rec. 22 7.3 120 13.3 50 5.6 192 9.1

Per/Gm. 1.7 10.0 4.2 5.2

TD 0 1 1 2

Yards 16 19 16 51

LG 10 GT 37 UT 12 UT 37 UT

Kickoff Returns Avg TD LG 8.0 0 16 UA 9.5 0 10 ASU 8.0 0 16 ASU 8.5 0 16 UA, ASU

7 Orson Charles TE, So., 6-3, 235 Tampa, Fla. Plant HS

Career Highs: 4 receptions vs. Kentucky in 2009 *73 receiving yards vs. Kentucky in 2009 *Long reception of 44 yards at Arkansas in 2009 *1 TD reception (3x), last vs. Kentucky in 2009 *Long TD reception of 44 yards at Arkansas in 2009 2010: Made one reception for 18 yards in G-Day game. 2009: Named Freshman All-America First Team by Football Writers Association of America and AON Insurance, Phil Steele, CollegeFootballNews. com, and Sporting News *Selected to SEC All-Freshman Team by SEC Coaches and Sporting News *Named to fall 2009 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. *Appeared in 12 games making three starts with 23 receptions for 374 yards and two touchdowns. *Three starts came vs. No. 1 Florida, at No. 7 Ga. Tech and in Independence Bowl vs. Texas A&M *Caught a career-high four passes for a career-high 73 yards and a TD vs. KY *Led team in with three catches for 42 yards and a TD vs. Tenn. Tech *Earned CollegeFootballPerformance.com honorable mention tight end Performance of the Week after he caught two passes for 62 yards including first career TD on a 44-yard reception at Arkansas *Named to Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for summer semester *Recipient of Mobley Family Football Scholarship. High School: Plant…Coached by Robert Weiner...PrepStar Top 100 Dream Team…SuperPrep Elite 50, All-America and All-Dixie teams…First Team All-Suncoast Team…Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super Southern 100… Mobile Press Register Super Southeast 120…Class AAAA FSWA All-State, first team OL…Co-offensive MVP in Pinellas County…2008 May Sweet 16 #13…Played in the Army All-American Game…2009 Rivals.com four-star prospect, #2 wide receiver in Florida and #7 overall, Rivals100 2009 #62, Florida Postseason Top 100 2009 #11…2008 Scout.com five-star prospect, #1 Tight End in Florida, #3 nationally and #45 overall prospect…as a senior recorded 75 catches for 1440 yards and 21 touchdowns…had 7 carries for 59 yards and one TD…also had 27 tackles, seven sacks, and three TDS on fumble recoveries at defensive end… had six catches for 132 yards and two TDS in his final game helping lead Plant High School to the Florida AAAA State Championship.as a junior in 2007 had 12 receptions for 400 yards and three touchdowns…high school teammates with Aaron Murray. Personal: ORSON CHARLES; Born: Jan. 27, 1991; Major: Arts & Sciences. Year 2009 Total

G/GS 13/3 13/3

Rec. 23 23

Yards 374 374

Per/Rec. 16.3 16.3

Per/Gm. 28.8 28.8

TD 3 3

LG 44 AR 44 AR

CB, RSo., 6-2, 210 Augusta, Ga. Westside HS

Career Highs: 3 tackles vs. Texas A&M in 2009 *One interception vs. Texas A&M in 2009 2009: Appeared in all 13 games recording 12 tackles and an interception *Recorded first career interception and a careerhigh three tackles in Independence Bowl victory over Texas A&M. *Recorded two tackles and a pass breakup in spring G-Day game. *Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and Dean’s List for summer semester. *Recipient of William J. MacKenna Football Scholarship. 2008: Appeared in three games before redshirting. High School: Westside, coached by Gerald Barnes...2008 SuperPrep All-Dixie team...PrepStar All-Southeast Region...Scout.com three-star prospect, #34 prospect in Georgia...2008 Rivals.com Athletes (72), Georgia Top 50 (47)… UGASports Georgia Top 50 (23)…named All-Region Class AA first team defense... 2007 Augusta Chronicle Dream 16 selection…2006 Atlanta JournalConstitution Class AA All-State first team... 2007 Georgia Athletic Coaches Association All-Star…as a senior in 2007, missed five games with a cracked fibula but still tallied three interceptions, 41 tackles, 109 rushing yards, 248 receiving yards and four receiving TD’s…as a junior, recorded seven interceptions...played baseball batting .406, six HR’s, 27 RBI, and 18 stolen bases. Personal: SANDERS COMMINGS; Born: March 8, 1990; Major: Sport Management. Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2008 3/0 0 0 0 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 2009 13/0 6 6 12 0.0/0 0.5/0 0 0 1 1 0 Total 16/0 6 6 12 0.0/0 0.5/0 0 0 1 1 0

25 Vance Cuff CB, Sr., 5-11, 177 Moultrie, Ga. Colquitt County HS

Career Highs: 8 tackles vs. Kentucky in 2009 2010: Named one of team’s Most Improved Players for defense following spring drills. 2009: Appeared in nine games; one start with 21 tackles, two pass break-ups and one QB pressure *Posted a career-high eight tackles, 1.5 for loss, vs. Kentucky *Recorded a then career-high five tackles at No. 9 Okla. St. *Made first-career start at No. 7 Ga. Tech notching two tackles *Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and Dean’s List for summer semester *Recipient of J. Harold Harrison Football Scholarship Endowment 2008: Appeared in 10 games recording 13 tackles *Season-high four tackles at No. 11 LSU *Three tackle games at No. 24 Arizona State and vs. Central Michigan *Named to Director’s Honor Roll for fall semester 2007: Appeared in 12 games with six tackles *Recorded a career-high five tackles at Vanderbilt High School: Colquitt County, coached by Tim Cokely...SuperPrep AllAmerica and All-Dixie…All-Region two years…participated in the NorthSouth game…ESPN.com No. 16 CB…Rivals No. 30 CB and Georgia Top 50…Scout.com No. 30 CB in the nation…Atlanta Journal-Constitution Top 50 in Georgia…SuperPrep All-America and All-Middle Atlantic selection… Prep Star All-Region…Macon Telegraph Top 50…as a senior caught 35 passes for 457 yards and five TDs and intercepted two passes…as a junior tallied 28 catches for 382 yards and three TDs, 43 tackles and five interceptions…also returned a kickoff and a punt for a TD…ran the 100 and 4x100 meter races and participated in the long jump…placed fifth in 5A 100 meter race as a junior…recipient of Charlie Pippin Unsung Hero Award. Personal: VANCE CUFF; Born: Nov. 14, 1988; Major: Housing. Year 2007 2008 2009 Total

G/GS 12/0 10/0 9/1 31/1

Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 4 2 6 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 10 3 13 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 12 9 21 0.0/0 1.5/6 0 0 2 0 1 26 14 40 0.0/0 1.5/6 0 0 2 0 1

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63 Chris Davis

64 Matthew DeGenova

OG, Sr., 6-4, 300 Jefferson, Ga. Jefferson HS

2010: His 37 career starts tops among current Georgia players. 2009: Appeared in 13 games making 12 starts *Played first seven games, including five starts, at left guard and moved to starting right guard

for the final six games. *Selected to Phil Steele’s Preseason All-SEC Fourth Team. *Missed spring drills following January hip surgery. *Recipient of Gordon and Sharon Teel Football Scholarship. 2008: Started all 13 games. *Started at RG vs. No. 22 Vanderbilt, at No. 11 LSU, vs. No. 5 Florida, at Kentucky, at Auburn, vs. No. 18 Ga. Tech and vs No. 19 Mich. St. *Started at LG at No. 24 Ariz. St., vs. No. 8 Alabama, vs. Tennessee *Started at center vs. Ga. Southern, vs. Central Mich. and at S.Carolina *Moved to center at start of spring drills 2007: Started all 13 games. *Named a Scout.com Freshman All-America Honorable Mention. *Made Georgia debut vs. Oklahoma St. at left guard. *Recipient of the Gordon and Sharon Teel Football Scholarship. *Listed as number one LG at conclusion of spring drills. 2006: Redshirted. High School: Jefferson, coached by Bill Navas…Named Athens Banner Herald second-team All-Northeast Georgia selection and played in the GACA All-Star Game as a senior…The Atlanta Journal Constitution AllState Honorable Mention and Best in Georgia…Named to All-Region, AllState, All-Northeast Georgia and All-Gainesville Area teams and preseason Super 11 throughout his career…Ranked in the SCOUT.com Georgia Top 30…RIVALS.com Top 50 Offensive Guards…RIVALS.com preseason Georgia Top 75, postseason Georgia Top 50…Four-year letterwinner, two-year starter…Played TE and on the defensive line his senior year… Team’s long snapper all four years…Three-year letterwinner in baseball and basketball and was offered scholarships in both of those sports as well. Personal: CHRIS DAVIS; Born: June 13, 1988, Major: Child & Family Dev.

78 Josh Davis OT, Sr., 6-6, 310 Jayess, Miss. Tylertown HS

2009: Appeared in six games making six starts after making season debut at Vanderbilt. *Underwent left shoulder surgery in January to repair an injury suffered in the Capital One Bowl and missed spring drills. *Recipient of Louis S. Sohn, Jr., Football Scholarship. 2008: Appeared in 12 games making three starts. *Started at RT at Auburn, vs. No. 18 Ga. Tech and vs. No. 19 Mich. St. *Made first-career start, getting the nod at right tackle, vs. Georgia Southern. *Named to Director’s Honor Roll for fall 2008 semester. 2007: Appeared in eight games. *Recipient of The Sohn Football Scholarship. *Listed as number two RG at end of spring drills. 2006: Redshirted. High School: Tylertown, coached by Walter Denton…Rivals.com Mississippi Top 25 and Top 40 offensive tackles of 2006…Scout.com No. 15 player in Mississippi and All-Mississippi…Mobile Register Super Southeast 120…Clarion Ledger and Mississippi Coaches Association Class AAA All-State…Invited to play in the Mississippi North-South All-Star game… Named team MVP and team captain…Three-year letterman and two-year starter on the OL…Led his team to the third round of the state playoffs as a junior and first round as a senior. Personal: JOSH DAVIS; Born: Feb. 1, 1988, Major: Speech Communication.

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DE, Jr., 6-1, 225 Kenner, La. Jesuit HS

Career Highs: 1 tackle vs. Central Michigan in 2008 2009: Appeared in one game seeing action in the Independence Bowl vs. Texas A&M. *Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll and fall 2009 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. *Missed spring drills following January shoulder surgery 2008: Appeared in two games. *Earned SEC Academic Honor Roll and Director’s Honor Roll distinction for fall semester. *Played at DE vs. Central Michigan recording first-career tackle. *Made Bulldog debut vs. Georgia Southern at defensive end. High School: Jesuit, coached by Vic Eumont...Three-year letterwinner... Member of 2004 District 10-AAAAA championship team...Member of National Honor Society and Spanish Honors Society. Personal: MATTHEW DeGENOVA; Born: April, 24, 1989; Major: Finance. Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2008 2/0 0 1 1 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 2009 1/0 0 0 0 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 3/0 0 1 1 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0

51 Akeem Dent ILB, Sr., 6-2, 234 Atlanta, Ga. Douglass HS

Career Highs: 11 tackles at No. 7 Ga. Tech in 2009 2010: Earned True Grit Award on defense following spring drills. *Recorded four tackles in spring G-Day game including a sack. 2009: Appeared in eight games making four starts with 32 tackles *Posted a career-high 11 tackles at No. 7 Ga. Tech *Tallied seven tackles vs. S. C, six vs. No. 25 Auburn and three vs. KY. *Made two tackles in spring G-Day game. *Named to Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for summer semester. *Recipient of Bill and Margaret Young Football Scholarship. 2008: Appeared in 13 games making 8 starts recording 46 tackles. *Tallied a career-high 10 tackles vs. No. 8 Alabama. *Recorded six tackles vs. No. 18 Georgia Tech. *Four tackle performances at Kentucky, at No. 11 LSU, vs. Central Michigan and vs. Georgia Southern. 2007: Appeared in 13 games making five starts with 36 tackles. *Made four tackles vs. No. 10 Hawaii in 2008 Allstate Sugar Bowl. *Had a team- and then career-high six tackles vs. W. Carolina. *Recorded four tackles and one tackle-for-loss in G-Day game. *Recipient of the Bill and Margaret Young Football Scholarship. *Listed as number two SLB at conclusion of spring drills. 2006: Redshirted. High School: Douglass, coached by Gary Cantrell…Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super Southern 100, Class AAAAA first team All-State defense …2005 Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAAAA All-State defense…Orlando Sentinel All-Southern Team…Valdosta Daily Times first team All-State defense…2005 FSN South Countdown To Signing Day “All-South” Third Team Defense…Named Rivals.com Rivals250…Rated the 12th best OLB in the country by Rivals.com…Rated the 41st best LB in the country and the eighth best in the South by Scout.com….Rated the eights best inside LB in the country by ESPN.com…Recorded over 140 tackles his senior year. Personal: AKEEM DENT; Born: Sept. 27, 1987; Major: Housing. Year 2007 2008 2009 Total

G/GS 13/5 13/8 8/4 34/17

Solo 27 27 13 67

Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 9 36 0/0.0 0/0.0 0 1 1 0 0 19 46 1.5/8 3.0/9 0 0 2 0 5 19 32 0.5/7 2.5/12 0 0 0 0 2 47 114 2.0/15 5.5/21 0 1 3 0 7


2010 BULLDOGS 58 Demarcus Dobbs DE, Sr., 6-2, 285 Savannah, Ga. Calvary Baptist HS

Career Highs: 4 tackles (4x), last Vanderbilt, 2009 2010: Earned Coffee County Hustle Award for defense following spring drills. *Made one tackle in spring G-Day game. 2009: Started all 13 games making 39 tackles including 4.5 sacks and 14 quarterback pressures. *Tied career-high with four tackles in three games: at No. 9 Okla. St., vs. No. 4 LSU and vs. Vanderbilt. *Three-tackle games vs. No. 1 Florida, Tenn. Tech, No. 25 Auburn and vs. Texas A&M. *Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and Dean’s List for summer semester. *Earned Coffee County Hustle Award at conclusion of spring drills. *Recipient of Joseph E. Espy Football Scholarship. 2008: Appeared in 13 games making four starts recording 19 tackles, eight quarterback pressures and two interceptions. *Tallied a career-high four tackles vs. Central Mich. and Ga. Southern. *Sealed Georgia’s win at Kentucky with an interception in the final minute, and was a Pontiac Game-Changer Nominee. *Recorded a sack and forced a fumble at No. 24 Arizona State. *Tied career-high with four tackles and had a 78-yard INT return for a TD vs. Central Michigan. *Named to Director’s Honor Roll for fall 2008 semester. 2007: Appeared in 13 games providing depth on the defensive line and playing on special teams. *Recorded first career tackle vs. #10 Hawaii in 2008 Allstate Sugar Bowl *Recipient of the Joseph F. Espy Football Scholarship. *Named winner of Coffee County Hustle Award after spring drills. *Recorded three tackles in annual spring G-Day game. *Listed as number two DE at conclusion of spring drills. 2006: Redshirted. High School: Calvary Baptist, coached by Danny Britt…Atlanta Journal Constitution Class A All-State first team and Super Southern 100…Georgia Sports Writers Association Class A All-State LB…Scout.com 4-star prospect, Top 11 DE prospects in the nation, Top 27 overall prospects in the South, and Top three DE prospects in the South…SuperPrep All-America… Rivals.com rates him a 3-star prospect, Top 10 Strongside DE prospects in the South, and Top 41 Strongside DE prospects in the nation…ESPN rates him among the Top 40 TE prospects in the nation…All-City Line Backer 1st Team…WTOC TV Super 11 Top Football Players…WJCL Hero Award… All-Region First Team DE…On the basketball team, nominated to the Savannah Morning News 2005 1st Team All-City Squad…2005 Finocchiaro Award…All-Coastal Empire TE…As senior recorded 78 tackles six sacks and four tackles for loss…Had 14 receptions for 259 yards and four TD. Personal: DEMARCUS DOBBS; Born: Nov. 30, 1987; Major: Consumer Economics. Year 2007 2008 2009 Total

G/GS Solo Asst. Total 13/0 1 0 1 13/4 9 10 19 13/13 11 19 30 39/17 21 29 50

Sacks 0.0/0 2.0/16 4.5/33 6.5/49

TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 3 2.0/16 1 0 1 2 9 5.5/35 3 0 4 0 14 7.5/51 4 0 5 2 26

38 Marcus Dowtin ILB, Jr., 6-2, 225 Upper Marlboro, Md. Fort Union Military Acad.

Career Highs: 9 tackles vs. Texas A&M in 2009 2010: Recorded six tackles and one interception in spring G-Day game. 2009: Appeared in 11 games with four starts making 57 tackles and six quarterback pressures. *Started and recorded a career-high and team-leading nine tackles in Independence Bowl victory over Texas A&M *Posted a then career-high eight tackles at No. 9 Okla. St. and vs. KY.

*Led team with seven tackles, including a sack, vs. Tennessee Tech. *Had six tackles vs. S. Carolina and posted five stops vs. No. 4 LSU. *Four tackle performances vs. Ariz. St. and at No. 7 Ga. Tech. *Recorded two tackles in spring G-Day game. *Named to Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for summer semester. *Recipient of Col. Robert L. Jackson Family Scholarship. 2008: Appeared in 13 games making 17 tackles and forcing a fumble. *Tallied a season-high three tackles four times: vs. No. 8 Florida, at No. 11 LSU, vs. Central Michigan and vs. Georgia Southern. *Made one tackle and forced a fumble at No. 24 Arizona State. *Named to Director’s Honor Roll for fall 2008 semester. High School: Fort Union, coached by Micky Sullivan…2008 SuperPrep All-Mid-Atlantic team…PrepStar All-Atlantic Region…Scout.com four-star prospect, Top 150, #111 player in America, #7 WLB in nation…2008 Rivals. com Rivals250, outside linebackers (16), No. 10 on Virginia Top 30 list… Scout.com No. 7 weakside LB in the nation…Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super Southern 100…as senior in 2007, registered 76 tackles, nine for loss, three fumble recoveries, two sacks and one interception to go along with 1,202 yards rushing and 15 TDs on 121 carries (9.9 yards per carry)…as junior at Georgetown Prep, finished with 92 tackles and rushed for 1,132 yards, as sophomore at Bishop O’Connell, tallied 126 tackles and two interceptions. Personal: MARCUS DOWTIN; Born: Jan. 22, 1989; Major: Pre-Business/ Management Information Systems. Year 2008 2009 Total

G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 13/0 9 8 17 0.0/0 0.0/0 1 0 0 0 1 11/4 24 33 57 2.0/13 7.0/22 0 0 1 0 6 24/4 33 41 74 2.0/13 7.0/22 1 0 1 0 7

16 Kris Durham SE, Sr., 6-5, 211 Calhoun, Ga. Calhoun HS

Career Highs: 3 receptions (2x), last vs. Georgia Southern in 2008 *74 receiving yards vs. Georgia Southern in 2008 *Long reception of 61 yards vs. Ga. Southern in 2008 2010: Caught three passes for 54 yards and a TD

in spring G-Day game. 2009: Missed season due to a torn labrum in his left shoulder; received medical redshirt. *Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll. *Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and Dean’s List for summer semester. *At UGA Academic Round Table, recognized for leadership as a winner of the Dick Copas Leadership Award, earned Certificate for Academic Excellence and earned the Scholar-Athlete Award for highest GPA of the 2007-08 academic year. *Recipient of Ramsey Academic Scholarship. 2008: Appeared in 10 games making four starts catching 13 passes for 199 yards (15.3 avg.) and a TD. *Named to CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District III First Team *Earned SEC Academic Honor Roll and Director’s Honor Roll distinction for fall semester. *Returned from a broken hand to play in 2009 Capital One Bowl, starting and recording three receptions for 32 yards. *Missed Ga. Tech game after suffering a broken hand during practice. *Named CBS Scholar Athlete vs. No. 5 Florida. *Returned from ankle injury at No. 11 LSU making one catch for 10 yards. *Missed games vs. Tennessee, No. 22 Vanderbilt with ankle injury. *Made two receptions for 44 yards vs. No. 8 Alabama. *Led team with a career-high three catches for a career-high 74 yards including his first-career TD on a 61-yard pass vs. Ga. Southern. *Named Most Improved Receiver after the end of spring practice. 2007: Appeared in 13 games making one start with 11 receptions for 169 yards. *Recorded three catches for 48 yards with a long reception of 28 yards during Georgia’s 41-10 rout of No. 10 Hawai’i in the Sugar Bowl. *Recipient of the Scott and Elizabeth Kelly Football Scholarship. *Caught six passes for 137 yards and two TDs in spring G-Day game. 2006: Played in all 13 games with two starts coming against UAB and Colorado; Had eight catches for 82 yards on the year. *Caught two passes for season-high 27 yards in debut vs. W. Kentucky. *One catch for 15 yards against UAB in first-career start.

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2010 BULLDOGS 50 Darryl Gamble

89 Bruce Figgins TE, Jr., 6-4, 266 Columbus, Ga. Shaw HS

Career Highs: 1 reception (5x), last vs. No. 5 Florida in 2008 *17 receiving yards vs. No. 5 Florida in 2008 *Long receptions of 17 yards vs. No. 5 Florida in

2008 *1 TD reception vs. Oklahoma St. in 2007 2010: Caught one pass for six yards in spring G-Day game. 2009: Missed spring drills and fall season following January shoulder surgery. 2008: Appeared in 11 games with two starts catching two passes for 32 yards. *Recorded one reception for 15 yards in win at Auburn. *Started and caught one pass for 17 yards in loss to No. 5 Florida. *Started vs. No. 22 Vanderbilt. *Injured shoulder midseason but put off surgery to continue playing. 2007: Played in 13 games with one start with three catches for 24 yards *Recorded first catch of career, an 11-yard TD, vs. Oklahoma St. *Made Bulldog debut vs. Okla. St. becoming first true freshman since at least 1964 to start a season opener at TE for UGA and first true freshman to make a start since Shannon Mitchell in 1990 vs. Southern Miss High School: Shaw, for coach Craig Fitts…Atlanta Journal-Constitution 2007 Super Southern 100 and Class AAA All-State…Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAA All State…Rivals.com No. 17 TE in the nation and No. 26 overall player in Georgia…Scout.com No. 22 tight end in the nation, No. 22 player in Georgia...SuperPrep All-Dixie Team… SuperPrep All-America and All-Middle Atlantic selection…Prep Star All-Region…selected to the 2006 GACA All-Star game…Columbus Ledger-Enquirer’s AllBi-City team and Dandy Dozen selection…selected to Macon Telegraph’s Top 50…preseason AAA All-State by Georgia Football Magazine…had 13 catches for 199 yards and five TDs as a senior…11 catches for 183 yards and two TDs as a junior as his team claimed the 2005 region championship…helped lead his team to the GHSA AAA state championship and a 12-3 record in 2006…also won a region championship in 2003. Personal: BRUCE FIGGINS; Born: Dec. 7, 1988; Major: Speech Communications. Year 2007 2008 Total

G/GS 13/1 11/2 24/1

Rec. 3 2 5

Yards 24 32 56

Per/Rec. 8.0 16.0 11.2

Per/Gm. TD LG 1.8 1 11 UF/OS 2.9 0 17 UF 2.3 1 17 UF

69 Ty Frix

SN, RSo., 6-0, 207 Calhoun, Ga. Calhoun HS 2010: Awarded scholarship in the spring. 2009: Appeared in all 13 games handling all snapping duties. *Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll and fall 2009 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll.

2008: Redshirted. *Earned SEC Academic Honor Roll and Director’s Honor Roll distinction for fall semester. High School: Calhoun, coached by Hal Lamb...Four-year letterman as a member of the four-time region champions including a state runner-up finish in 2006...Earned two letters in baseball and helped team earn 2005 state championship...Also lettered in basketball...Served as student council president and senior class president...Member of National Honor Society, Beta Club and Key Club...graduated as valedictorian of his class...son of Mitch Frix who lettered as Georgia’s snapper in 1981 and ‘82. Personal: JAMES TYLER FRIX; Born: September 16, 1989; Major: Biomedical Engineering.

OLB, Sr., 6-2, 255 Bainbridge, Ga. Bainbridge HS

Career Highs: 13 tackles at No. 11 LSU in 2008 *2 interceptions at No. 11 LSU in 2008 2010: Recorded two tackles and a pass breakup in spring G-Day game. 2009: In 13 games with 11 starts for 47 tackles. *Recorded a season-high nine tackles, including a sack, and forced a fumble vs. S. Carolina. *Posted six tackles in games at No. 9 Okla. St. and at Vanderbilt. *Four tackle performances at Arkansas, vs. No. 4 LSU and at Tennessee. *Named to watch list for Butkus Award. *Selected to Phil Steele’s Preseason All-SEC Fourth Team. *Two tackles in spring G-Day game. *Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and Dean’s List for summer semester. *Recipient of Richard Young Football Scholarship. 2008: Named the team’s Most Improved Defensive Player. *Appeared in 12 games making six starts recording 60 tackles, 15 quarterback pressures and two interceptions, both returned for TDs. *Suffered a broken leg vs. No. 18 Georgia Tech ending his season. *Named FWAA/Bronko Nagurski National Defensive Player of the Week (10/28), SEC Defensive Player of the Week (10/27) and earned an ESPN Helmet Sticker after returning two INTs for TDs, including one on the game’s first play, and had a career-high 13 tackles at No. 11 LSU. *Tallied seven tackles and a pass break-up vs. No. 22 Vanderbilt. *Recorded a six tackle games at Kentucky and vs. Georgia Southern. *Named Biggest Surprise of the Spring on defense and Most Improved Linebacker after the conclusion of spring practice. 2007: Appeared in 13 games with 13 tackles and one forced fumble. *Notched four tackles against No. 10 Hawaii in the 2008 Sugar Bowl. *Recorded two tackles and a forced fumble at Vanderbilt led to the game win. *Season-high five tackles including one for a loss vs. W. Carolina. *Listed as number two WLB at conclusion of spring drills. *Recipient of the Richard Young Football Scholarship. 2006: Redshirted. High School: Bainbridge, coached by Greg Guy…Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super Southern 100…Rivals.com #29 outside LB in the nation… PrepStar Top 200 - No. 22 linebacker…No. 86 on ESPN 150 list…Scout. com No. 37-ranked player at his position…First team Class AAAA All-State as a junior and first-team all-region as a senior…Had 34 tackles (seven tackles for loss), two fumble recoveries and one interception returned for a TD as a senior…Blocked a school-record six kicks. Personal: DARRYL GAMBLE; Born: Nov. 17, 1987; Major: Housing. Year 2007 2008 2009 Total

G/GS 13/0 12/6 13/11 38/17

Solo 6 26 26 58

Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 7 13 0.0/0 1.0/1 1 0 1 0 1 34 60 1.0/7 3.0/15 0 0 3 2 15 21 47 1.0/11 2.0/12 1 0 2 0 3 62 120 2.0/18 6.0/28 2 0 6 2 19

99 Kwame Geathers N, RFr., 6-6, 310 Georgetown, S.C. Carvers Bay HS

2009: Earned one of team’s Outstanding Scout Team awards for defense. *Named to fall 2009 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. High School: Carvers Bay, coached by James Thompson...MVP of Offense-Defense All-American Bowl after recording eight tackles and two sacks…SuperPrep All-America and South Carolina 46 teams…2008 All-State Second Team…Scout #18 DL in the nation, #50 OT in the nation…Rivals #68 OT and South Carolina Postseason Top 35 2009 #22…Member of team that won 2007 and 2006 LowerState championships…As a junior, tallied 85 tackles and 10 sacks…Finished fifth in shot put at 2008 state track and field championships as a junior. Personal: KWAME GEATHERS; Brother, Robert Geathers, played for the Bulldogs from 2001-03 and now is a member of the Cincinnati Bengals…Another brother, Clifton Geathers, currently plays at South Carolina…Born: Oct. 4, 1990; Major: Arts & Sciences.

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2010 BULLDOGS 47 Chad Gloer

35 Mike Gilliard ILB, So., 6-2, 220 Valdosta, Ga., Valdosta HS

Career Highs: 3 tackles vs. Tenn. Tech in 2009 2009: Appeared in 12 games making seven tackles including a career-high three vs. Tennessee Tech. High School: Valdosta, coached by Rick Tomberlin...PrepStar All-America Team...SuperPrep AllDixie team... 2008 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Class AAAAA first team defense, Super Southern 100, and Georgia 150...Region 1-AAAAA All-Region... played in the Offense-Defense All American Game...WCTV Super Six ...2008 Rivals.com #14 LB in the country and #14 overall in Georgia... 2008 Scout. com #18 WLB in nation and Dawg Post #16 prospect in Georgia...ESPNU #17 Outside Linebacker nationally...as a senior in 2008 recorded 106 tackles, 12 tackles for a loss, and 3 sacks...as junior in 2007 recorded 112 tackles, 18 tackles for loss, eight sacks, two interceptions and two fumble recoveries. Personal: MIKE GILLIARD; Born: March 6, 1991; Major: Pre-Business/Management. Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2009 12/0 4 3 7 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 12/0 4 3 7 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0

71 Cordy Glenn OG, Jr., 6-5, 330 Riverdale, Ga. Riverdale HS

2010: Named Most Valuable Player on offense following spring drills. 2009: Has 22 starts in two years including all 13 games in 2009. *Started season opener at No. 9 Okla. St. at RG, moved to LT for the next four games and then played final eight at LG. *Named Preseason All-SEC Second Team by SEC Coaches. *Selected Preseason All-SEC Third Team by Phil Steele. *Recipient of Wayne McDuffie Football Scholarship. 2008: Named to CollegeFootballNews.com’s All-Freshman First Team. *Named to Phil Steele’s All-Freshman Second Team. *Named Freshman All-SEC by SEC Coaches. *Appeared in 13 games making 10 starts. *Started at LG against No. 22 Vanderbilt, at No. 11 LSU, vs. No. 5 Florida, at Kentucky, at Auburn, vs. No. 18 Ga. Tech and vs. No. 19 Mich. St. *Started at right guard vs. Ga. Southern and Central Michigan and at SC *Made Bulldog debut vs. Georgia Southern starting at right guard High School: Riverdale, coached by Kevin Jones….2008 SuperPrep All-America and All-Dixie teams… PrepStar All-America Team….2007 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super Southern 100…2007 Atlanta JournalConstitution Class AAAA All-State Honorable Mention…2007 Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAAA All-State Honorable Mention…2008 Rivals.com Rivals250, offensive tackles (16), Georgia Top 50 (13)…UGASports Georgia Top 50 (9)…Scout.com four-star prospect, Top 150, #158 player in America, #15 OT in the nation, #106 prospect in the South, #10 prospect in Georgia…Honorable Mention Strongest Player at the 2008 Offense-Defense All-Star game in Ft. Lauderdale…got reps at defensive end and defensive tackle as a junior…bench Max of 375 pounds and squat max of 465 pounds. Personal: CORDY GLENN; Born: Sept. 18, 1989; Major: Education.

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CB, Sr., 5-10, 191 Fayetteville, Ga. Starrs Mill HS

Career Highs: 2 tackles (4x), last vs. KY in 2009 2010: Recorded two tackles in G-Day game. *Awarded scholarship in the spring. 2009: Appeared in 10 games making nine tackles. *Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll and fall 2009 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. *Tied career-high with two tackles vs. Ariz. St. and Kentucky. *Two tackles in spring G-Day game. 2008: Named the team’s Most Improved Special Teams Player. *Appeared in 13 games making 10 tackles. *Tied career-high with two tackles vs. No. 18 Ga. Tech. *Set a career-high with two tackles vs. Tennessee. *Named Outstanding Defensive Walk-on at the end of spring practice. 2007: Saw action in the Allstate Sugar Bowl victory over Hawaii…Earned the Outstanding Scout Team for Special Teams award. 2006: Named the UGA Outstanding Scout Team Defensive Player. High School: Starrs Mill coached by Mike Eaarwood….Three-year letterman…2005 Defensive Player of the Year by the Fayette Daily News and Today In Peachtree City…2005 Region 4AAAAA Defensive Player of the Year…2005 Starrs Mill Defensive MVP…recorded 106 tackles, 56 assists, 5 interceptions, one TD, and one interception at Starrs Mill. Personal: CHAD GLOER; Born: April 29, 1988; Major: Risk Management & Insurance. Year 2007 2008 2009 Total

G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 1/0 0 0 0 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 13/0 7 3 10 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 10/0 3 6 9 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 24/0 10 9 19 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0

6 Logan Gray

QB/WR, Jr., 6-2, 195 Columbia, Mo. Rock Bridge HS Career Highs: 4 completions vs. Tenn. Tech in 2009 *5 attempts vs. Tenn. Tech in 2009 *25 passing yards vs. Tenn. Tech in 2009 *Long pass of 10 yards vs. Tenn. Tech in 2009 *1 interception (2x), last vs. Tenn. Tech in 2009 *5 carries vs. Tenn. Tech in 2009 *32 rushing yards vs. Tenn. Tech in 2009 *Long rush of 20 yards vs. Tenn. Tech in 2009 *2 punt returns at No. 24 Arizona State *Long punt return of 17 yards vs. No. 18 Georgia Tech 2010: Completed 10-of-17 passes for 132 yards a TD in G-Day game. 2009: Appeared in 11 games completing 5-of-12 pass attempts for 31 yards and rushing nine times for 35 yards. *Completed 4-of-5 pass attempts for 25 yards and an interception while also rushing five times for 32 yards vs. Tenn. Tech. *Completed 9-of-13 passes for 91 yards in spring G-Day game. *Named Biggest Surprise of Spring on offense at end of spring drills. *Named to Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for summer semester. *Recipient of Larry Munson Football Scholarship. 2008: Named one of team’s Newcomer of the Year Award winners for special teams. *Appeared in 13 games returning six punts for 72 yards and made two rushing attempts for 21 yards. *Returned one punt for a career-best 17 yards vs. No. 18 Ga. Tech. *Recorded first two punt returns of career at No. 24 Ariz. St. *Made debut vs. Ga. Southern rushing for 21 yards on two carries 2007: Redshirted. High School: Rock Bridge High School, coached by A.J. Ofodile…Threeyear starter at QB for Rock Bridge High School… SuperPrep All-America and All-Midlands Team…Prep Star All-American… rated as the No. 2 prospect in Missouri and the No. 10 QB in the nation by Rivals.com…ESPN Top 150 and No. 7 QB in the nation…named to Tom Lemming’s Top 100 Prospects…Class 6 First-Team All-State…named an Elite 11 QB...threw


2010 BULLDOGS for a school record 53 career touchdowns with 5,734 yards…top passing game came as a junior when he threw for 2,169 yards and 25 TDs…led team to a 9-1 record his senior season…four-year letterwinner in football and basketball…rated as one of Missouri’s top seniors in basketball by Missouri Sports Online…football and basketball teammate of fellow Georgia signee TE Aron White…was a member of Rock Bridge’s track team. Personal: LOGAN GRAY; Born: Oct. 31, 1988; Major: Speech Communication. Passing Year G/GS Cmp. Att. Pct. Yds. INT TD Eff. LG 2009 12/0 5 12 41.7 31 2 0 30.03 10 TTU Total 12/0 5 12 41.7 31 2 0 30.03 10 TTU Year 2008 2009 Total

G/GS 13/0 12/0 25/0

Year 2008 2009 Total

Ret. 6 1 7

Att. 2 9 11 Yards 72 -2 70

Yards 21 35 56

Rushing Per/Att. 10.5 3.9 5.1

Punt Returns Avg TD 12.0 0 -2.0 0 10.0 0

Per/Gm. 1.6 2.9 2.2

TD LG 0 16 GSU 0 20 TTU 0 20 TTU

LG 17 GT -2 VU 17 GT

8 A.J. Green FLK, Jr., 6-4, 205 Summerville, S.C. Summerville HS

Career Highs: 8 receptions (3x), last at TN in 2009 *159 receiving yards at Arizona State in 2008 *Long reception of 65 yards at Vanderbilt in 2009 *2 receiving TDs at Arkansas in 2009 *Long TD reception of 65 yards at Vanderbilt in 2009 *1 rushing attempt (4x), last vs. #19 Michigan State in Capital One Bowl *Long rush of 28 yards at Kentucky in 2008 *1 two-point conversion reception at Arkansas in 2009 *1 blocked field goal vs. Ariz. St. in 2009 2010: Caught three passes for 28 yards in spring G-Day game. 2009: Selected as 1-of-10 semifinalists for the Biletnikoff Award. *All-SEC First Team by Associated Press, SEC Coaches, ESPN, Phil Steele and Sporting News *Earned team’s Most Valuable Offensive Player award *Recieved Honorable Mention from All-College Football Insiders. *Named to Phil Steele Midseason All-America Second Team. *Appeared in 10 games with eight starts making a team-leading 53 receptions for 808 yards and six touchdowns. *Led team in receptions in 10 games and receiving yards in nine. *Ranked second in the SEC in receptions per game (5.3) and receiving yards per game (80.8). *Caught a team-best six passes for 57 yards in victory over Texas A&M in Independence Bowl. *Three catches for 95 yards with a career-long 65-yard TD at Vanderbilt. *Tallied 99 receiving yards and a TD on five catches vs. No. 4 LSU. *Named SEC Offensive Player of the Week (9/28) after he tallied 153 receiving yards including a then career-long 56 yard TD reception on a team-leading eight catches in win over Ariz. St.; Also blocked a 4thquarter field goal with the game tied 17-17. *Earned CollegeFootballPerformance.com honorable mention WR Performance of the Week after he seven passes for 137 yards and two TDS at Arkansas. *Named to watch lists for Biletnikoff Award, Maxwell Award and Walter Camp Award. *Earned Herbie Award as #3 ranked “Catch a Rising Star: Top Wide Receivers” *Selected Preseason All-SEC First Team by Lindy’s, Phil Steele, SEC Coaches and by SEC Media. *Named to Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for summer semester. *Recipient of Neel Family Football Scholarship. 2008: Named to AON Insurance Football Writers Association of America Freshman All-America Team. *Named to CollegeFootballNews.com’s and Phil Steele’s All-Freshman First Team. *Selected to Sporting News’ All-Freshman Team. *Named Freshman of the Year by SEC Coaches. *Named First Team All-SEC by Associated Press, also Phil Steele’s All-

SEC First Team and SEC Coaches’ Second Team and Freshman All-SEC *Earned the team’s Newcomer of the Year Award on offense. *Appeared in 13 games making 11 starts catching 56 passes for a teambest 963 yards and eight TDs and rushed four times for 61 yards. *56 reception set a freshman record at UGA. *His 963 ranked as the third-best single-season total in school history. *Caught four passes for 64 yards and a TD vs. No. 18 Georgia Tech. *Named SEC Freshman of the Week (11/17) and a Pontiac Game Changer Nominee after he led the Bulldogs with 81 receiving yards on five catches including a 17-yard TD grab that proved to be the gamewinning score at Auburn. *Two receptions for 53 yards with an 11-yard TD catch that proved to the game-winning score and rushed once for 28 yards in win at Kentucky *Tied for a team-best five receptions and tallied 91 receiving yards including a 54-yard catch in loss vs. No. 5 Florida *Caught three passes for a team-best 89 yards including a 49-yard TD reception and rushed once for 22 yards in win at No. 11 LSU and was named a Pontiac Game Changer Nominee *Led team with seven catches for 132 yards and a TD including a season-long reception of 49 yards in win over No. 22 Vanderbilt *Had a team-best seven receptions go for 53 yards vs. Tennessee *Led team with six receptions for 88 yards and a TD vs. No. 8 Alabama *Named SEC Freshman of the Week (9/22) after he tallied a career-high 159 receiving yards and a TD on eight receptions at No. 24 Arizona St. *Made first-career start vs. C. Mich. catching three passes for 40 yards. *In debut vs. Ga. Southern, two receptions for 40 yards and one TD High School: Summerville, coached by John McKissick...2007 Parade All-American... 2008 SuperPrep Elite 50, All-America, and All-Dixie teams… PrepStar Top 135 Dream Team…four-time consensus Associated Press Division-I AAAA All-State first team selection…four year All-Region selection...2007 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super Southern 100... Scout. com five-star prospect, Top 100, #10 player in America, #2 WR in nation, #4 player in the South, #2 player in South Carolina... 2008 Rivals.com Rivals100 (9), WR Rankings: Deep threat (2), Best after the catch (2), Best hands (2), wide receivers (2), South Carolina Top 20 (2)…ranked #5 in The ESPN 150...only junior named to USA Today 2006 All-USA team... named RISE Magazine’s #1 prospect for the class of 2008 AS junior...named to Rivals.com Junior All-America first team...named SI.com’s #1 prospect for 2008 AS sophomore...2008 Under Armour All-America High School Football Game participant…as senior, caught 72 passes for 1,437 yards (20.0 avg.) and 15 TDS...as a junior, made 65 catches for 1,203 yards (18.5 avg.) and 14 TDS...as a sophomore, caught 75 passes for 1,422 yards (19.0 avg.) and 16 TDS...as a freshman, recorded 57 receptions for 1,217 yards (21.3 avg.) and eight TDS...also played baseball and ran track. Personal: A.J. GREEN; Born: July 31, 1988; Major: Housing. Year 2008 2009 Total

G/GS 13/11 10/8 23/19

Att. 4 0 4

Yards 61 0 61

Rushing Per/Att. 15.3 0.0 15.3

Per/Gm. 4.7 0.0 2.7

TD 0 0 0

LG 28 UK -28 UK

Year 2008 2009 Total

G/GS 13/11 10/8 23/19

Rec. 56 53 109

Receiving Yards Per/Rec. 963 17.2 808 15.2 1,772 16.2

Per/Gm. 74.1 80.8 77.0

TD 8 6 14

LG 54 UF 65 VU 65 VU

23 Jakar Hamilton FS, Jr. 6-2, 200 Edgefield, S.C. Georgia Military College

2010: Recorded four tackles in G-Day game. Junior College: Georgia Military College, coached by Bert Williams...SuperPrep JUCO 100…PrepStar All-Region team….Rivals.com four-star player, 4th rated safety, 2nd best JUCO player…Scout.com four-star player, 10th best safety, and 2nd best JUCO player in the country…JUCO All-American first team…Finalist for NJCAA Defensive Player of the Year…also earned rank of Captain in the GMC Cadet Corps…career stats at GMC were 88 tackles and six interceptions. High School: Strom Thurmond, coached by Lee Sawyer...Scored 20 TDs his senior year and led his team to the Class AAA State Championship. Personal: JAKAR HAMILTON; Born: October 2, 1989.

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2010 BULLDOGS 76 Ben Harden

OG, Jr., 6-3, 310 Perry, Ga. Hargrave Military Academy 2009: Appeared in two games seeing action vs. Tennessee Tech and Texas A&M. *Named to Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for summer semester. *Recipient of Green-Sands Football Scholarship. 2008: Member of scout team. 2007: Redshirted. Prep School: Hargrave Military…Rivals.com Prep School Top 50…team finished season with a 7-3 record…Prep School Coach: Robert Prunty. High School: Perry High School, coached by Andy Scott…The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Class AAA All-State… Georgia Sports Writers Association and Georgia Coaches Association Class AAA All-State teams…Macon Telegraph All-Middle Georgia First Team…All-County…participated in the Georgia North-South all-star game…ESPN.com No. 26 offensive tackle…Rivals No. 29 OG and Georgia Top 50…offensive line three-year starter…helped lead team to three consecutive playoff appearances m… graded out at 86 percent as senior, tallying 41 “devastator” blocks…team captain…named Lineman of the Year last two seasons…member of Student and Youth Leadership Council. Personal: BEN HARDEN; Born: November 23, 1987; Major: Housing.

70 A.J. Harmon

victory over Texas A&M. *Also played at at Arkansas and vs. Tenn. Tech. *Missed spring drills rehabbing from ankle injury. *Recipient of Milton “Red” Leathers Football Scholarship. 2008: Suffered fracture dislocation of left ankle week of the LSU game. *Appeared in six games. *One tackle vs. Central Michigan. *Led all tacklers with five stops and recovered and returned a fumble 40 yards during the G-Day game. 2007: Junior College - Georgia Military College…registered 25.5 tackles, three tackles for loss, two sacks and one forced fumble…part of GMC defense which was the NJCAA’s fourth-ranked defense. 2006: Redshirted. High School: Good Counsel, coached by Bob Milloy…USA Today AllUSA first team and Parade Magazine first-team All-American…EA Sports second team All-America….Played in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio…PrepStar 100 and No. 8-ranked LB in the nation…Rivals. com National Top 100…Scout.com No. 5 ranked linebacker…Two-time First Team All-State, All-Washington D.C. Metro and All-County (Montgomery) linebacker Washington Post All-Metro team…2005 All-D.C. Metro Defensive Player of the Year…As senior he led team with 131 tackles, 14 tackles for a loss, recorded nine sacks, made one interception for a TD, recovered three fumbles, blocked a punt and a FG and forced three fumbles… Caught five passes for 168 yards and two TDs as a receiver. Personal: AKEEM HEBRON; Born: June 29, 1988; Major: Consumer Ec. Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2008 6/0 0 1 1 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 2009 3/0 2 1 3 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 9/0 2 2 4 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0

42 Justin Houston

OT, RSo., 6-5, 310 Louisville, Ga. Jefferson County HS

2009: Appeared in three games seeing action at Vanderbilt, vs. Tenn. Tech and vs. Texas A&M. *Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll and fall 2009 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. *Recipient of Bill and Jane Young FB Scholarship. 2008: Redshirted. *Moved from defensive line to offensive line. High School: Jefferson County, coached by J.B. Arnold...2007 USA Today All-USA Second Team Offense...2007 Parade All-American.. 2008 SuperPrep All-America and All-Dixie teams…PrepStar All-America Team.2007 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Georgia’s Super 11, Super Southern 100 and Class AA All-State…..All-State first team by Georgia Sports Writers Association….2007 Georgia Athletic Coaches Association All-Star… Scout. com four-star prospect, Top 150, #112 player in America, #34 prospect in the South, #6 prospect in Georgia... 2008 Rivals.com Rivals100 (54), OL Rankings: best run blocker (4), offensive guards (2), Georgia Top 50 (4)…UGASports Georgia Top 50 (5)…The ESPN 150...participant in 2008 Army All-American Bowl...2006 and 2007 Augusta Chronicle Dream 16 selection…2007 All-Region and All-Area first team…2007 North-South All-Star game…in his career recorded 200 tackles (161 solo, 39 assist), 39 tackles-for-loss, 24 sacks 32 QB Hurries and on offense over 100 pancake blocks…also forced 21 fumbles and recovered five…As a senior in 2007 recorded 32 tackles, four sacks, four tackles-for-loss, 50 pancake blocks, and forced three fumbles…2006 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Class AA All-State first team defense...as a junior in ‘06, recorded 70 tackles including 12 tackles-for-loss and nine sacks. Personal: A.J. HARMON; Born: January 5, 1989; Major: Education.

37 Akeem Hebron ILB, Sr., 6-1, 227 Gaithersburg, Md. Georgia Military College

Career Highs: 1 tackle vs. Central Michigan in 2008 2010: Recorded four tackles, one for loss, in spring G-Day game. 2009: Appeared in three games *Recorded three tackles in Independence Bowl

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OLB, Jr., 6-3, 260 Statesboro, Ga. Statesboro HS

Career Highs: 7 tackles at Arkansas in 2009 2010: Named MVP on defense following spring. *Recorded four tackles, one sack, in G-Day game. 2009: Named All-SEC Second Team by Associated Press, SEC Coaches and Phil Steele *Appeared in 10 games with 10 starts making 39 tackles featuring a teamleading 15.0 for loss including 7.5 sacks while adding 18 QB pressures. *Led SEC in TFL per game (1.5) and ranked second in sacks per game (0.75) *Six tackle performances vs. No. 4 LSU and at No. 7 Ga. Tech. *Named SEC Defensive Lineman of the Week (9/28) after he made four tackles, two for a loss including a sack, vs. Arizona State. *At Arkansas, recorded a career-high seven tackles. *Named to Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for summer semester. *Four tackles, all for loss, including three sacks in G-Day game. *Named Most Improved Defensive End at conclusion of spring drills. 2008: Appeared in 13 games making one start recording 19 tackles including 2.5 sacks and 17 quarterback pressures. *Tallied a career-high three tackles three times: vs. No. 8 Florida, at Kentucky and vs. Georgia Southern. *Two tackle performances vs. No. 18 Georgia Tech, at No. 24 Arizona State and vs. Central Michigan. *Had a 17-yard sack, a pass break-up and a QBP at No. 11 LSU. 2007: Redshirted. High School: Statesboro High School, coached by Steve Pennington.… Atlanta Journal-Constitution Class AAAA All-State Honorable Mention and Best in Georgia Top 50…SuperPrep All-Dixie…Prep Star All- Region… Macon Telegraph Top 50…Georgia Sports Writers Association All-State Honorable Mention…All-Region as a junior and senior…participated in the North-South game… Rivals.com No. 21 weakside defensive end…ESPN. com No. 27 defensive end…Scout.com No. 41 defensive end in the country and #20 player in Georgia…helped lead team to state 4A championship as a junior, tallying 73 tackles and eight sacks…a letterwinner in basketball. Personal: JUSTIN HOUSTON; Born: Jan. 21, 1989; Major: Housing. Year 2008 2009 Total

G/GS 13/1 10/10 23/11

Solo Asst. Total Sacks 10 9 19 2.5/25 22 17 39 7.5/42 32 26 58 10.0/67

TFL 4.5/28 15.0/59 19.5/87

FF 0 1 1

FR PBU Int. QBP 0 2 0 17 0 1 0 17 0 3 0 34


2010 BULLDOGS 27 Dontavius Jackson TB, RSo., 5-10, 201 Franklin, Ga. Heard County HS

Career Highs: 3 carries at Vanderbilt in 2009 *38 rushing yards at Vanderbilt in 2009 *Long rush of 19 yards at Vanderbilt in 2009 2010: Carried 11 times for 43 yards in G-Day game. 2009: Appeared in four games. *Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll. *Recorded first three carries of his career at Vanderbilt gaining 38 yards. *Carried three times in spring G-Day game. *Recipient of Christian Walker Football Scholarship. 2008: Redshirted. *Graduated high school in December and enrolled at Georgia in January *Named to Director’s Honor Roll for fall 2008 semester High School: Heard County High School, coached by Tim Barron…2008 SuperPrep All-America and All-Dixie teams…PrepStar Top 135 Dream Team…Scout.com four-star prospect, Top 150, #186 player in America, #23 RB in nation, #32 prospect in the South, #13 prospect in Georgia…Atlanta Journal-Constitution Georgia’s Super 11 and Super Southern 100… 2008 Rivals.com Rivals250, RB Rankings: Best in space (3), running backs (8), Georgia Top 50 (11)…UGASports Georgia Top 50 (11)…2007 Parade AllAmerica “Ones To Watch” list…suffered a broken left wrist in the first game as a senior (2007)…as a junior in 2006 tallied 2,462 yards rushing and 29 TDs on 247 carries (10.0 yards per carry) to go along with 73 tackles and three interceptions…led Heard County to an undefeated regular season in 2006… racked up 405 yards on 42 carries against Lamar County as junior in 2006…as sophomore, rushed for 1,374 yards and 16 TDs…finished with 56 TDs, 4,742 yards and 10 yards per carry on offense and 242 tackles for his career. Personal: DONTAVIUS JACKSON; Born: Nov. 11, 1989; Major: Housing. Year 2009 Total

G/GS 4/0 4/0

Att. 4 4

Yards 38 38

Per/Att. 12.7 12.7

Per/Gm. 9.5 9.5

TD 0 0

LG 19 VU 19 VU

93 Abry Jones DE, So., 6-3, 290 Warner Robins, Ga. Northside HS

Career Highs: 2 tackles vs. SC in 2009 2010: Recorded three tackles, one sack, in spring G-Day game. 2009: Named one of team’s Newcomer of the Year award winners for defense. *Appeared in 12 games making eight tackles, including two for loss, with four quarterback pressures. *Posted two tackles vs. S. Carolina. *Notched a sack vs. No. 4 LSU. *Recipient of Hugar and Elizabeth Wilkes Football Scholarship. High School: Northside, coached by Conrad Nix...USA Today All-USA Second Team Defense...PrepStar Dream Team...Atlanta Journal Constitution 2008 Georgia’s Super 11, Super Southern 100, Class AAAAA Defensive Player of the Year, and All-State Team...2008 Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAAAA Defensive Player of the Year and All-State Team... Maxpreps Second Team All-America...2008 Under Armour All-America High School Football Game participant....Rivals.com four-star prospect... Rivals.com #9 DT prospect nationally, #6 overall prospect in Georgia... DT rankings: Quickest (3), Best pass rusher (4)...Scout.com four-star prospect... Scout.com #2 DT prospect in the South, #10 nationally, and Dawg Post #4 overall prospect in Georgia....#22 ranked defensive end prospect by ESPN. com...As a senior, recorded 95 tackles, including 15 sacks...As a junior, recorded 72 tackles, including 13 sacks and nine tackles for loss. Personal: ARBY JONES; Born: September 8, 1991; Major: Pre-Business/Management. Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2009 12/0 5 3 8 1.0/6 2.0/7 0 0 0 0 4 Total 12/0 5 3 8 1.0/6 2.0/7 0 0 0 0 4

61 Ben Jones C, Jr., 6-3, 300 Centreville, Ala. Bibb County HS

2009: Named All-SEC Second Team by SEC Coaches *Started all 13 games. *Named to Lindy’s 2009 SEC Preseason AllConference Second Team. *Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll and fall 2009 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. *Selected to Phil Steele’s Preseason All-SEC Third Team. *Earned True Grit award at conclusion of spring drills. *Recipient of Heyward Allen Football Scholarship. 2008: Appeared in 13 games making 10 starts at center. *Named to CollegeFootballNews.com’s All-Freshman First Team. *Selected to Sporting News’ and Phil Steele’s All-Freshman Second Team. *Named Freshman All-SEC by SEC Coaches. *Earned SEC Academic Honor Roll and Director’s Honor Roll distinction for fall semester. *Named SEC Offensive Lineman of the Week (11/10) following game vs. Kentucky, where UGA’s offense tallied 520 yards on 57 plays. *First-career start came at center at No. 24 Ariz. St. *Made Bulldog debut vs. Ga. Southern. *Named Most Improved Offensive Lineman at end of spring practice. *Graduated early and enrolled at Georgia in January. High School: Bibb County High School, coached by Darryl Burns…SuperPrep All-Dixie Team….PrepStar All-Southeast Region…2007 Alabama Sports Writers Association Class 5A First Team All-State…ESPN Top 150 (139)...2008 Rivals.com offensive centers (7), Alabama Top 35 (23)… Scout.com three-star prospect, #5 center in the nation, #115 player in the South, #16 player in Alabama... invited to play in the 2007 Under Armour All-Star Bowl in Orlando and elected captain of the Red team…2007 Mobile Press Register Elite 18…2007 Bibb County team captain…also played defensive tackle, registering 55 tackles, three sacks, six tackles for loss and a fumble recovery...first baseman and pitcher on Bibb County’s baseball team...2007 Tuscaloosa News West Alabama Baseball All-Star...2007 Mobile Press Register Baseball Elite 18...345 career batting average…school record 48 RBI in 2007...bench max 370 pounds...squat max 500 pounds. Personal: BEN JONES; Born: July 2, 1989; Major: Education.

4 Caleb King

TB, Jr., 5-11, 212 Norcross, Ga. Greater Atlanta Christian Career Highs: 18 carries (2x), last at No. 7 Ga. Tech in 2009 *166 rushing yards at No. 7 Ga. Tech in 2009 *Long rush of 75 yards at No. 7 Ga. Tech in 2009 *2 rushing TDs (3x), last vs. Texas A&M in 2009 *Long rushing TD of 75 yards at No. 7 Ga. Tech in 2009 *3 receptions vs. No. 4 LSU in 2009 *32 receiving yards vs. Texas A&M in 2009 *Long reception of 32 yards vs. Texas A&M in 2009 *1 receiving TD at Vanderbilt in 2009 2009: Appeared in 10 games with five starts making 114 carries for 594 yards and seven TDs while catching 10 passes for 108 yards and a TD. *Carried 16 times for 60 yards and two TDs and caught one pass for 32 yards in victory over Texas A&M in Independence Bowl. *Gained a career-high 166 yards and scored two TDs, including one on a 75-yard run, on 18 carries in victory at No. 7 Ga. Tech. *Carried 18 times for 77 yards and caught a 13 yard pass vs. Kentucky. *Returned from a fractured jaw to score two TDs at Vanderbilt, one rushing on five carries for 15 yards, and one receiving on a 21-yard catch. *Selected to Phil Steele’s Preseason All-SEC Fourth Team. *Carried seven time for 22 yards in spring G-Day game. *Recipient of Don Leebern, Jr., & Don Leebern III, Scholarship. 2008: Appeared in 11 games recording 61 carries for 247 yards and a TD *Made six carries for 12 yards in win over No. 11 LSU

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2010 BULLDOGS *Rushed 11 times for 40 yards vs. No. 22 Vanderbilt *Carried nine times for 18 yards vs. Tennessee *Made 10 carries for 40 yards at No. 24 Arizona State *Carried seven times for 28 yards and first-career TD vs. Central Michigan *In debut vs. Ga. Southern, led team with 12 carries for 95 yards *Named to Director’s Honor Roll for fall 2008 semester *Led all rushers with 31 yards during the G-Day game 2007: Redshirted. High School: Greater Atlanta Christian coached by Jimmy Chupp…Atlanta Journal-Constitution 2007 Super Southern 100, Class AAAAA All-State (Parkview-2005) and Class AA All-State honorable mention (GAC)… Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAAAA All-State (2005) and Class AA All-State honorable mention (2006)… Rivals.com Top 100, No. 8 running back in the nation and No. 1 overall player in Georgia…Scout. com No. 4 RB in the nation and the No. 25 overall…selected to the U.S. Army All-American Bowl…SuperPrep Elite 50 selection and No. 3 running back in the nation…selected to Macon Telegraph’s Top 50…voted the MVP of the 2006 U.S. Army National Combine in San Antonio, Texas…racked up 939 rushing yards and 13 TDs as senior despite being slowed with a broken bone in his upper leg (tibia)…helped lead GAC to an 11-2 record in 2006…as junior, rushed for 19 TDs and 2,768 yards, best rushing total for a Georgia high school junior in state history….had nine receptions for 188 yards and one TD (20.9 yards per reception) for Parkview High School before transferring to GAC…as sophomore at Parkview, recorded 936 rushing yards, 397 receiving yards and three kick-off returns for TDs. Personal: CALEB KING; Born: Jan. 10, 1988; Major: Housing. Year 2008 2009 Total

G/GS 11/0 10/5 21/5

Att. 61 114 175

Year 2008 2009 Total

G/GS 11/0 10/5 21/5

Rec. 4 10 14

Rushing Yards Per/Att. 247 4.0 594 5.2 841 4.8 Receiving Yards Per/Rec. 10 2.5 108 10.8 128 9.1

Per/Gm. 22.5 59.4 40.0

TD LG 1 27 GSU 7 75 GT 8 75 GT

Per/Gm. 0.9 10.8 6.1

TD LG 0 11 MSU 1 32 TAM 0 32 TAM

12 Tavarres King SE, RSo., 6-1, 184 Mount Airy, Ga. Habersham Central HS

Career Highs: 3 receptions (2x), last vs. KY in 2009 *109 receiving yards vs. Kentucky in 2009 *Long reception of 50 yards at Arkansas in 2009 *1 TD reception at Arkansas in 2009 *Long TD Reception of 50 yards at Arkansas in

2009 2010: Caught two passes for 45 yards in spring G-Day game. 2009: Earned one of team’s Newcomer of the Year awards for offense. *Appeared in 12 games with nine starts making 18 receptions for 377 yards and a TD. *Posted a career-best and team-high 109 receiving yards on three receptions vs. Kentucky. *Caught two passes for 64 yards including a 50-yard TD receptions, the first of his career. *Made first-career start vs. S. Carolina with three catches for 27 yards. *Caught one pass for seven yards in spring G-Day game. *Recipient of Jack Davis Honorary Football Scholarship. 2008: In four games catching two passes for 66 yards before redshirting. *Caught one pass for a career-long 41 yards at No. 24 Arizona State. *First-career reception went for 25 yards vs. Central Michigan. *Made Bulldog debut vs. Georgia Southern. *Named to Director’s Honor Roll for fall 2008 semester. *Graduated early and enrolled at Georgia in January. High School: Habersham Central, coached by Gene Cathcart...SuperPrep All-America and All-Dixie Teams...PrepStar Top 135 Dream Team...2008 Rivals.com Rivals100, (88), wide receivers (15) Georgia Top 50 (9... UGASports Georgia Top 50 (3... Scout.com four-star prospect, Top 150, #134 player in America, #22 WR in America, #133 player in the South, #8 player in Georgia...2007 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super 11and Super Southern 100...2007 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Class AAAA Offensive Player of the Year...2007 Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAAA Offensive Player of the Year...Macon Telegraph Top 50…RISE Gatorade Georgia Football Player of the Year...finished senior season in 2007 with

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a state-record 1,632 receiving yards and 17 TDs on 99 receptions (16.5 average)…set a then-school record with 42 catches for 700 yards and 10 TDs, and returned a kickoff and a punt for a score as a junior...finished career with 207 catches for 3,726 yards and 37 TDs. Personal: TAVARRES KING; Born: July 14, 1990; Major: Social Studies Ed.. Year 2008 2009 Total

G/GS 4/0 12/9 16/9

Rec. 2 18 20

Yards 66 377 443

Per/Rec. 33.0 20.9 22.2

Per/Gm. 16.5 31.4 27.7

TD LG 0 41 ASU 1 50 AR 1 50 AR

43 Kevin Lanier FB, RSo., 5-11, 212 Woodstock, Ga. The Marist School

Career Highs: 1 carry vs. Texas A&M in 2009. *1 rushing yard vs. Texas A&M in 2009. *Long rush of one yard vs. Texas A&M in 2009. *1 kickoff return at Arkansas in 2009. *11 kickoff return yards at Arkansas in 2009. 2010: Named one of team’s Outstanding Walk-Ons for offense following spring. *Carried three times for 20 yards in spring G-Day game. 2009: Appeared in five games. *Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll. *Made first-career carry for one yard vs. Texas A&M. *Returned a kickoff 11 yards at Arkansas. *Made Bulldog debut as a member of special teams vs. S. Carolina. *Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and Dean’s List for summer semester. 2008: Redshirted. *Named one of the Outstanding Scout Team Players for special teams *Named to Director’s Honor Roll for fall 2008 semester High School: Marist, coached by Alan Chadwick...lettered four years in both football and baseball. Personal: KEVIN LANIER; Born: September 2, 1989; Major: Pre-Business. Rushing Year G/GS Att. Yards Per/Att. Per/Gm. TD LG 2009 5/0 1 1 1.0 0.2 0 1 TAMU Total 5/0 1 1 1.0 0.2 0 1 TAMU Year 2009 Total

Ret. 1 1

Yards 11 11

Kickoff Returns Avg TD 11.0 0 11.0 0

LG 11 AR 11 AR

64 Dallas Lee OG, RFr., 6-4, 300 Buford, Ga. Buford HS

2009: Redshirted as true freshman; member of the scout team. *Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll. *Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and Dean’s List for summer and fall semesters. *Enrolled at UGA in January after graduating high school early. *Recipient of Joe B. Maxwell Family Football Scholarship. High School: Buford, coached by Jess Simpson…Named to the 2008 Under Armour All-America team…SuperPrep All-Dixie team…PrepStar All-Southeast Region…2009 Atlanta-Journal Constitution Georgia 150, Class AA All-State First-Team Defense…2008 Ga. Sports Writers Association Class AA All-State First-Team Defense…2008 Ga. Athletic Coaches Association North-South High School All-Star Game as an OL…2009 Rivals.com four-star prospect, OL Rankings: strongest (3), offensive guard (16), Ga. Top 75 (20)…UGAsports.com Ga. Top 100…2009 Scout.com three-star prospect, #20 ranked OG…Dawg Post #20 prospect in Georgia…ESPN.com #15 rated OG… helped lead Buford to consecutive GHSA Class AA state championships in 2007 and 2008. Personal: DALLAS LEE; Born: October 18, 1989; Major: Sports Management.


2010 BULLDOGS 73 Austin Long

OT, RFr., 6-5, 295 Memphis, Tenn. Briarcrest Christian HS 2009: Missed season during rehab from back surgery. *Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and Dean’s List for summer semester. *Recipient of Bill and Jane Young FB Scholarship. High School: Briarcrest Christain, coached by Major Wright...SuperPrep All-America and All-Dixie teams...PrepStar All-America Team...2008 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super Southern 100... Knoxville News Sentinel Top 10 in Tennessee...TSWA All-State Football Team for Division II ...selected to play in the U.S. Army All-American Game...2009 Rivals. com #2 overall in Tennessee...#1 Offensive Tackle in Tennessee and #12 OT nationally...ESPNU 150 #47 overall, #5 Offensive Tackle nationally... Sports Illustrated Top 200 (#33)...2008 Scout.com four-star prospect rated #6 OT in the nation, #75 overall, #2 in Tennessee, and #35 in the South... Also played baseball and basketball through his junior year. Personal: AUSTIN LONG...His father, Tim Long, played offensive line for Memphis and for three NFL teams; Born: December 12, 1990; Major: Sport Management.

53 Jeremy Longo DE, RSo., 6-3, 253 Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Cardinal Gibbons HS

2009: Three games recording two tackles. *Played vs. Florida, Tenn. Tech., and Texas A&M. *Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll. *Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and Dean’s List for summer semester. *Suffered shoulder injury during spring practice. *Recipient of J.E. and W.S. Hickey Football Scholarship. 2008: Redshirted. *Named to SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll. *Named to Director’s Honor Roll for fall 2008 semester. High School: Cardinal Gibbons, coached by Mike Morrill…SuperPrep Florida Top 111…PrepStar All-Southeast Region…Scout.com three-star prospect, #30 DE in nation…2008 Rivals.com Florida Top 100 (35), weakside defensive ends (24)….Florida Class AAA Second Team All-State… ESPN.com’s #84 Defensive End in U.S... Scout.com #3 Weakside Defensive End in Florida and # 30 Overall...Rivals.com #4 Weakside Defensive End in Florida and #24 Overall…FloridaFB.com Pre-Spring Rating #49… recorded 23 tackles vs. Naples setting a school single game record…in 2006 recorded 135 tackles and 8 sacks…led team to the playoffs his senior year. Personal: JEREMY LONGO; Born: October 19, 1989; Major: Housing. Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2009 3/0 0 2 2 0.0/0 0.5/1 0 0 0 0 0 Total 3/0 0 2 2 0.0/0 0.5/1 0 0 0 0 0

85 Derrick Lott DE, RFr., 6-4, 295 Kennesaw, Ga. North Cobb HS

2010: Recorded four tackles in G-Day game. 2009: Missed season following right ankle surgery in September. *Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and Dean’s List for summer semester. *Recipient of Dan M. Post Football Scholarship. High School: North Cobb, coached by Shane Queen...2008 SuperPrep All-Dixie Team...PrepStar All-Southeast Region Team...2008 Atlanta

Journal-Constitution Georgia 150 and Class AAAAA All-State first team...2008 Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAAAA All-State selection...2009 Rivals.com four-star prospect, #27 defensive tackle and Georgia Postseason Top 75 (21)...2009 Scout.com three-star prospect, #48 defensive tackle in the national and #14 prospect in Georgia...UGASports 2009 Georgia Top 75 (19)...Ranked as ESPNU’s #42 defensive tackle...Georgia Football Magazine/Georgiafb.com All-State Phenoms first team...2008 Georgia Athletic Coaches Association North-South All-Star Football Classic participant...As a senior, recorded 111 tackles including 19 for loss and 15 sacks...As a junior, tallied 63 tackles including 10 sacks helping North Cobb to an undefeated regular season. Personal: DERRICK LOTT; Born: June 18, 1990; Major: Arts & Sciences.

10 Jordan Love CB, RFr., 6-0, 184 Glen Allen, Va. Deep Run HS

2010: Recorded three tackles in G-Day game. 2009: Redshirted as true freshman; member of the scout team. *Recipient of Quinton Lumpkin Football Scholarship. High School: Deep Run. coached by Greg Kendall ...SuperPrep All-Middle Atlantic team...PrepStar All-Atlantic Region...Virginia Preps Class of 2009 #18...2008 Rivals.com #1 Cornerback in Virginia, #20 Overall in Virginia Postseason Top 30 and , and #42 Cornerback nationally...2008 Scout.com four-star prospect, #1 Cornerback in Virginia and #31 Cornerback nationally...ESPNU #29 Athlete nationally...as a senior in 2008 had 45 tackles and three pass deflections...had 49 carries for 281 yards and two TDs, three punts returned for a TD and one kickoff return for a TD...as junior in 2007 had three interceptions on defense and 238 yards rushing on offense...as sophomore in 2006 had 53 tackles and three interceptions on defense...had 33 carries for 238 yards and three TDs on offense. Personal: JORDAN LOVE; Born: December 31, 1990; Major: Sport Management.

88 Arthur Lynch TE, So., 6-5, 254 Dartmouth, Mass. Dartmouth HS

Career Highs: 2 receptions vs. Tenn. Tech in 2009 *17 receiving yards vs. Tenn. Tech in 2009 *Long reception of 10 yards vs. Tenn. Tech in 2009 2010: Caught two passes for 51 yards and a TD in spring G-Day game. 2009: Appeared in 11 games with one start. *Made first two career receptions vs. Tenn. Tech for 17 yards. *Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for summer and fall semesters and earned Dean’s List in summer semester. *Recipient of James G. Minter and Michael J. Faherty Football Scholarship. High School: Dartmouth, coached by Richard White...PrepStar All-America team...SuperPrep All-American and All-New England teams...2008 Under Armour All-America High School Football Game participant...named to Massachusetts All-State Team as a senior....rated as a four-star prospect by Rivals.com and ranked as No. 2 TE prospect in the country and #1 overall prospect in Massachusetts....Scout.com four-star prospect ranked as #5 TE prospect and #108 overall prospect in the country...as a senior, had 16 catches for 249 yards and three touchdowns...as a junior, caught 10 balls for 160 yards and two touchdowns to go along with 63 tackles and four sacks... Senior class president and freshman counselor. Personal: ARTHUR LYNCH; Born June 17, 1990; Major: Sport Management. Year 2009 Total

G/GS 11/1 11/1

Rec. 2 2

Yards 17 17

Per/Rec. 8.5 8.5

Per/Gm. 1.5 1.5

TD LG 0 10 TTU 0 10 TTU

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2010 BULLDOGS 48 Fred Munzenmaier FB, Sr., 6-2, 235 Norcross, Ga. Norcross HS

Career Highs: 4 rushing attempts (2x), last vs. Texas A&M in 2009 *20 rushing yards vs. Texas A&M in 2009 *Long rush of 14 yards vs. Texas A&M in 2009 *1 TD (4x), last at Vanderbilt in 2009 *3 receptions at Vanderbilt in 2009 *21 receiving yards at Vanderbilt in 2009 *1 kickoff return (2x), last vs. S. Carolina in 2009 *14 kickoff return yards at No. 9 Okla. St. in 2009 *Long kickoff return of 14 yards at No. 9 Okla. St. in 2009 2009: Appeared in 13 games with one start recording 10 carries for 36 yards and two TDs. *In Independence Bowl win over Texas A&M, carried four times for 20 yards. *Started at Vanderbilt and carried twice for 10 yards and a TD and made three receptions for 21 yards. *Third-career carry went for third-career TD vs. Ariz. St. and went on to finish with four rushing attempts for six yards. *Carried four times for eight yards in spring G-Day game. *Recipient of James E. & Peggy A. Hickey Memorial Football Scholarship. 2008: Appeared in 11 games. *Had one carry at No. 11 LSU rushing for a 1-yard TD. 2007:Appeared in 10 games. *Made first-career carry for six yards and a TD vs. Ole Miss. *Listed as backup FB at conclusion of spring drills. *Recipient of the Larry Munson Football Scholarship. 2006: Redshirted. High School: Norcross, Coach Keith Maloof…Atlanta Journal-Constitution “Best in Georgia”…Rated No. 16 among FBs in the country according to Rivals.com…No. 39 in the Rivals.com preseason Top 75 list for Georgia in 2006…No. 17 best FB by ESPN.com…Gwinnett TD Club Player of the Month, Atlanta Journal-Constitution Player of the Week, Emory Eastside Player of the Week, and Gwinnett Prep Rally Player of the Week as a junior...Georgia North-South All-Star game…Gwinnett Daily Post Super 6...Atlanta JournalConstitution Gwinnett Super 11...Second Team All-County Gwinnett County… Gwinnett County Player of the Month...Captain...1,615 career rushing yards on 311 attempts and 10 TDs, 351 yards receiving on 31 rec. and 2 TDs. Personal: FRED MUNZENMAIER; Born: Jan. 22, 1988; Major: Finance. Year 2007 2008 2009 Total

G/GS 10/0 11/0 13/1 34/1

Att. 1 1 10 12

Yards 6 1 36 43

Rushing Per/Att. 6.0 1.0 3.6 3.6

Per/Gm. 0.6 0.1 2.8 1.3

TD LG 1 6 OM 1 1 LSU 2 14 TAM 4 9 VU

Year 2007 2008 2009 Total

G/GS 10/0 11/0 13/1 34/1

Rec. 0 0 3 3

Receiving Yards Per/Rec. 0 0.0 0 0.0 21 7.0 21 7.0

Per/Gm 0.0 0.0 1.5 0.6

TD 0 0 0 0

Year 2009 Total

Ret. 2 2

Yards 23 23

Kickoff Returns Avg TD 11.5 0 11.5 0

LG 14 SC 14 SC

LG --9 VU 9 VU

11 Aaron Murray QB, RFr., 6-1, 209 Tampa, Fla. Plant HS

2010: Completed 10-of-22 passes for 96 yards in spring G-Day game. 2009: Member of the scout team as redshirt freshman. *Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll and fall 2009 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. *Completed 3-of-5 passes for 62 yards in spring G-Day game. *Named to Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for summer semester. *Enrolled at UGA in January after graduating high school early. *Recipient of Dr. & Mrs. Howard Willams, III, Football Scholarship. High School: Plant, coached by Robert Weiner…Parade Magazine AllAmerica…U.S. Army All-American…SuperPrep All-America and AllDixie teams…PrepStar Top 100 Dream Team…MVP at EA Sports Elite 11 Camp…ESPN.com No. 13 ESPNU 150 list…Scout.com No. 3 quarterback in the nation, #4 prospect in Florida, #8 in the South, #21 in the nation… Rivals #3 QB in the nation, #7 overall prospect in Florida, #46 overall nationally, #6 Florida Preseason Top 100…Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super Southern 100…Suffered a broken fibula early in the 2008 season, but finished with 1,927 yards passing with 33 touchdowns and four interceptions and rushed for 257 yards and two touchdowns…Returned to record 344 yards passing and three touchdowns while leading his team to the 2008 Class AAAA state championship (Plant’s second state title in three years)… passed for 4,013 yards and 51 touchdowns with seven interceptions as a junior while also rushing for 932 yards and 12 touchdowns…Mr. Football Award winner as a junior and First Team All-State…Set a Hillsborough County record for most passing touchdowns in a career (84). Personal: AARON MURRAY... Brother of current Bulldog safety Josh Murray; Born: Nov. 10, 1990; Major: Pre-Journalism/Broadcast News.

16 Josh Murray

SS, Sr., 6-2, 204 Tampa, Fla. Tampa Jesuit/Univ. of Tampa 2009: Missed most of 2009 season with injuries after enolling at UGA. High School: Tampa Jesuit...Graduated Cum Laude...Named a Second Team All-American in baseball after senior season…Earned team MVP and All-State First Team honors after senior season…Lettered in baseball all four years…Won state championship in 2000…Junior Olympic Champions on Team Florida USA …Drafted in the second round of the 2002 professional baseball draft by the Milwaukee Brewers...played in the Brewers organization through 2006. Personal: JOSH ALLAN MURRAY...Brother of current Bulldog quarterback Aaron Murray; Born: August 12, 1984; Major: Pre-Business/ Management.

67 Jonathan Owens OT, RSo., 6-4, 300 Blountsville, Ala. Susan Moore HS

2009: Appeared in one game making Bulldog debut vs. Tenn. Tech. *Missed spring drills due to knee injury. *Recipient of James E. Farish Football Scholarship. 2008: Redshirted. High School: Susan Moore, coached by Bryan Jennings…PrepStar AllSoutheast Region…SuperPrep All-Dixie Team…2008 Rivals.com offensive guards (49), Alabama Top 35 (32)…. Scout.com three-star prospect…2007 Alabama Sports Writers Association Class AAA First Team All-State…2007 Alabama Sports Writers Association Class AAA Lineman of the Year Final-

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2010 BULLDOGS ist…2007 Birmingham News All-Metro…2007 Susan Moore HS Lineman of the Year…graded out at or above 90 percent in all 14 games in 2007… allowed no sacks as a senior…2006 Alabama Sports Writers Association First Team All-State…2006 Susan Moore HS Lineman of the Year...averaged 6.4 pancakes per game and graded out at or above 85 percent in all 14 games in 2006…bench max 345 pounds…squat max 420 pounds. Personal: JONATHAN OWENS; Born: Nov. 16, 1989; Major: Housing.

18 Bacarri Rambo FS, RSo., 6-0, 211 Donalsonville, Ga. Seminole County HS

Career Highs: 4 tackles (3x), last vs. Texas A&M in 2009 2010: Recorded two tackles and a PBU in G-Day game. 2009: Named one of team’s Newcomer of the Year award winners for defense. *Appeared in 11 games (25 tackles, five pass break-ups and two interceptions). *Registered career-high four tackles vs. Ariz. St., at TN and vs. Texas A&M. *Also had an 18-yard interception return for a TD at Tennessee and blocked a punt vs. Texas A&M. *Posted three tackle performances at Vanderbilt and vs. No. 25 Auburn. *Tied for the most tackles in the spring G-Day game with five. *Recipient of Irvin M. Wofford Football Scholarship. 2008: Redshirted. *Named to SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll. *Named to Director’s Honor Roll for fall 2008 semester. High School: Seminole County, coached by Alan Ingram….Prep-Star AllSoutheast Region…SuperPrep All-Dixie Team…2008 Rivals.com athletes (40), Georgia Top 50 (29)….UGASports Georgia Top 50 (21)… Scout.com three-star prospect, #128 prospect in the South;, #23 prospect in Georgia, #29 safety in America…2007 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Class A All-State Honorable Mention…2007 Georgia Sports Writers Association Class A AllState Honorable Mention…as senior in 2007 rushed for 692 yards on 110 attempts and 17 TDs and completed 34 of 75 passes for 615 yards and four TD’s…recorded 65 tackles and two interceptions, one of which was returned for a TD…returned a punt and a kickoff for a TD…as junior in 2006, rushed for 1,186 yards (9.7 per carry) and 21 TDs and added 488 more yards passing including seven TDs…recorded 58 tackles, four interceptions and recovered five fumbles on defense…Class A All-State Honorable Mention as a junior. Personal: BACARRI RAMBO; Born: June 27, 1990; Major: Education. Defensive Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2009 11/0 20 5 25 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 5 2 0 Total 11/0 20 5 25 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 5 2 0 Year 2009 Total

Ret. 1 1

Yards 21 21

Punt Returns Avg TD 21.0 0 21.0 0

LG 21 TAM 21 TAM

86 Derek Rich TE, Sr., 6-5, 263 Gainesville, Ga. North Hall HS

2010: Caught two passes for 50 yards in G-Day game. 2009: Earned one of team’s Outstanding Scout Team awards for offense. *Appeared in five games playing vs. Tenn. Tech, No. 25 Auburn, Kentucky, at No. 7 Ga. Tech and

vs. Texas A&M. *Caught two passes for 44 yards in spring G-Day game. *Athletic Director’s honor roll for spring semester. 2008: Transferred from the University of Connecticut. *Named Offensive Scout Team Player of the Week prior to Vanderbilt game. *Named to Delta Epsilon Iota Academic Honor Society. 2007: Lettered for Connecticut, starting all 13 games as long snapper and appeared in all 13 games as tight end.

*Team won Big East Championship and played in the Meineke Car Care Bowl. *Big East All-Academic Team and involved in UConn¹s football mentoring program. 2006: Redshirted at Connecticut where he was named the Offensive Scout Team Player of the Week prior to the Louisville game. High School: North Hall...played four years for North Hall...named captain in senior year (2005) and to the academic all-state Team...had 26 catches for 350 yards and three touchdowns...was All-Area second team as a junior and senior...as a junior, helped team to undefeated regular season and advanced to state quarterfinals...part of the winningest graduating class in school history...also lettered in basketball and baseball...in baseball, he was twice named Georgia Dugout Player of the Week and was an Academic Athletic Scholar and on the All-Area Honorable Mention team...graduated in top five percent of class and a member of National Honor Society. Personal: DEREK TYLER RICH; Born: Feb. 8, 1988; Major: Finance.

45 Christian Robinson ILB, RSo., 6-2, 211 Norcross, Ga. Greater Atlanta Christian

Career Highs: 5 tackles vs. Tennessee Tech in 2009 2010: Recorded six tackles in spring G-Day game. 2009: Appeared in 12 games making 19 tackles *Posted a career-high five tackles, including one for loss, vs. Tenn. Tech. *Registered four tackles vs. No. 25 Auburn. *Three tackle performances at Tenn., at Vanderbilt and vs. No. 1 Florida. *Tied for the most tackles in the spring G-Day game with five. *Named Most Improved Linebacker at conclusion of spring drills. *Named to Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for summer semester. *Recipient of Tommy Lyons Football Scholarship. 2008: Redshirted. *Named to SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll. *Named one of the Outstanding Scout Team Players for offense High School: Greater Atlanta Christian, coached by Jimmy Chupp… PrepStar All-Southeast Region…named to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Class AA First Team Offense… First-Team Class AA Georgia Sports Writers Association All-State Team…2007 Georgia Athletic Coaches Association All-Star Team… 2008 Rivals.com Rivals250, outside linebackers (19) Georgia Top 50 (16)…UGASports Georgia Top 50 (12)… Scout.com threestar prospect. #59 prospect in Georgia…in 13 games as a senior in 2007 recorded 64 tackles, caught 48 passes for 876 yards and 13 touchdowns, completed one pass for 30 yards, and rushed for 83 yards. Personal: CHRISTIAN ROBINSON: Born: May 17, 1990; Major; Sport Management. Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2009 12/0 8 11 19 0.0/0 2.5/5 0 0 0 0 0 Total 12/0 8 11 19 0.0/0 2.5/5 0 0 0 0 0

44 Josh Sailors FB, Jr., 5-9, 230 Athens, Ga. Oconee County HS

2009: Member of the scout team while in reserve role in UGA backfield. *Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll. 2008: Member of the scout team. *Earned SEC Academic Honor Roll and Director’s Honor Roll distinction for fall semester.

2007: Redshirted. High School: Oconee County High School, coached by Nick Saltaformaggio...Three-year letter winner...2006 Pre-season All-State Academic Team... Team captain in 2006...2006 Offensive MVP... Member of Oconee County’s 2004 Region Championship team. Personal: JOSH SAILORS; Born: March 21, 1989; Major: Biology.

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2010 BULLDOGS 1 Branden Smith

22 Richard Samuel ILB, Jr., 6-2, 232 Cartersville, Ga. Cass HS

Career Highs: 20 carries at No. 9 Okla. St. in 2009 *104 rushing yards at Arkansas in 2009 *Long rush of 80 yards at Arkansas in 2009 *1 rushing TD (2x), last at Arkansas in 2009 *Long TD rush of 80 yards at Arkansas in 2009 *3 receptions vs. S. Carolina in 2009 *23 yards receiving vs. S. Carolina in 2009 *Long reception of 16 yards vs. S. Carolina in 2009 *6 kickoff returns vs. No. 18 Georgia Tech in 2008 *109 kickoff return yards vs. No. 18 Georgia Tech in 2008 *Long kickoff return of 60 yards vs. No. 5 Florida in 2008 2010: Moved to linebacker prior to spring practice. 2009: Appeared in 11 games with six starts carrying 88 times for 395 yards and two touchdowns while catching six passes for 39 yards. *Recorded 16 carries for 104 yards including an 80-yard TD at Arkansas. *Carried 15 times for 65 yards and a TD and caught three passes for 23 yards vs. S. Carolina. *Rushed for 87 yards on 20 carries at No. 9 Okla. St. *Earned Herbie Award as #2 ranked “Remember Me: Household Names by the End of September” *Underwent wrist surgery in January to repair ligaments damaged in Capital One Bowl. *Recipient of Peter and Kay Amann Football Scholarship. 2008: Appeared in 11 games recording 26 carries for 133 yards and a TD, two catches for 11 yard and 19 kickoff returns for 401 yards. *Earned SEC Academic Honor Roll and Director’s Honor Roll distinction for fall semester. *Returned six kickoffs for 109 yards vs. No. 18 Ga. Tech. *Returned four kickoffs for 93 yards at Kentucky. *Carried four times for 40 yards and made three kickoff returns for 90 yards including a long return of 60 yards in loss to No. 5 Florida. *Made one kickoff return for 15 yards vs. No. 22 Vanderbilt. *Returned one kickoff for 41 yards vs. No. 8 Alabama. *Had eight rushing attempts for 44 yards and first-career TD vs. Central Michigan; also recorded a tackle *Made debut vs. Ga. Southern rushing for 34 yards on six carries *Graduated early and enrolled at Georgia in January, 2008 High School: Cass High School, coached by Rick Casko… 2008 SuperPrep Elite 50, All-America, and All-Dixie teams… PrepStar Top 135 Dream Team…2007 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super 11 and Super Southern 100…Class AAA 2007 Georgia Sports Writers Association and Atlanta Journal-Constitution Class AAA All-State team as a linebacker… 2008 Rivals.com Rivals100 (24), RB Rankings: Best inside runner (5), Athletes (2), Georgia Top 50 (2)…UGASports Georgia Top 50 (1)…Scout.com five-star prospect, Top 100, #24 player in America, #4 RB in nation, #12 player in the South, #1 player in Georgia… ESPN.com No. 35 overall, No. 5 running back in the nation… Parade All-American “One’s To Watch” list... SI.com No. 56 overall… as a senior in 2007, rushed for 1,429 yards and 24 touchdowns with 114 yards receiving and recorded 82 tackles including nine for loss with two sacks and three fumble recoveries…as a junior, rushed for 1,342 yards and 19 touchdowns with 251 yards receiving and recorded 76 tackles including 12 for loss and three sacks…also played soccer, basketball and ran track his sophomore and junior years. Personal: RICHARD SAMUEL; Born: Feb. 3, 1991; Major: Exercise & Sport Science. Rushing Year G/GS Att. Yards Per/Att. Per/Gm. TD LG 2008 11/0 26 133 5.1 12.1 1 21 UF 2009 11/6 88 395 4.5 35.9 2 80AR Total 22/6 114 528 4.6 24.0 3 80 AR Year 2008 2009 Total

G/GS 11/0 11/6 22/6

Year 2008 Total

Ret. 19 19

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Receiving Yards Per/Rec. Per/Gm. TD 11 5.5 1.0 0 39 6.5 3.5 0 50 6.3 2.3 0 Kickoff Returns Yards Avg TD LG 401 21.1 0 60 UF 401 21.1 0 60 UF

Rec. 2 6 8

LG 7 SC 16 SC 16 SC

CB, So., 5-11, 172 Atlanta, Ga. Washington HS

Career Highs: 4 tackles at Vanderbilt in 2009 *3 rushing attempts (4x), last vs. KY in 2009 *72 yards rushing vs. Tenn. Tech in 2009 *Long rush of 61 yards vs. S. Carolina in 2009 *1 rushing TD (2x), last vs. Tenn. Tech in 2009 *Long TD rush of 61 yards vs. S. Carolina in 2009 *1 reception at No. 9 Okla. St. in 2009 *3 receiving yards at No. 9 Okla. St. in 2009 *Long reception of three yards at No. 9 Okla. St. in 2009 *3 kickoff returns at No. 7 Ga. Tech in 2009 *Long kickoff return of 48 yards vs. South Carolina in 2009 2010: Recorded two tackles in spring G-Day game. 2009: Named one of team’s Newcomer of the Year award winners for special teams. *Appeared in 13 games with one start making 14 tackles and two pass break-ups. *Appeared on offense at QB, running back and receiver rushing for 208 yards and two TDs on 17 carries and catching two passes for seven yards. *Returned 16 kickoffs for 279 yards (17.4 average) *Recorded a season-high four tackles at Vanderbilt. *Carried three times for 72 yards including a 52-yard TD vs. Tenn. Tech. *Started on offense vs. No. 1 Florida. *Carried twice for 65 yards including a 61-yard touchdown vs. S. C. *Named to Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for summer and fall semesters. *Recipient of David C. Cooper Family Football Scholarship High School: Booker T. Washington. coached by Rodney Cofield...2008 Parade Magazine All-American....SuperPrep Elite 50, All-America and All-Dixie teams...PrepStar Top 100 Dream Team...2009 Under Armour All-America High School Football Game participant...Georgia ESPN Rise Gatorade Player of the Year...Atlanta Journal Constitution 2008 Georgia’s Super 11, Super Southern 100, and Class AAA All State first team... Scout. com five-star prospect, #20 prospect in the South, #2 CB in nation, #24 overall, and Dawg Post #1 prospect in Georgia...2009 Rivals.com Rivals100 (28)...Rivals CB Rankings: Fastest (1), Best Athlete (1), #2 player in Georgia, #5 CB, Georgia Preseason Top 100 (2), Cornerbacks (4), GA Top 75 (1)...Ranked #31 in The ESPN 150...as a senior, caught 32 passes for 1,085 yards (33.9 average), returned 12 kickoffs for 481 yards (40.1 average) and three TDs, 20 punts for 456 yards (22.8 average) and two TDs, recorded 50 tackles, one sack, two fumble recoveries, and two interceptions. Personal: BRANDEN SMITH; Born: December 19, 1989; Major: Education. Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2009 13/1 9 5 14 0.0/0 0.5/2 0 0 2 0 0 Total 13/1 9 5 14 0.0/0 0.5/2 0 0 2 0 0 Rushing Year G/GS Att. Yards Per/Att. Per/Gm. TD LG 2009 13/1 17 208 12.2 16.0 2 61 SC Total 13/1 17 208 12.2 16.0 2 61 SC Year 2009 Total

G/GS 13/1 13/1

Year 2009 Total

Ret. 16 16

Rec. 2 2 Yards 279 279

Receiving Yards Per/Rec. 7 3.5 7 3.5 Kickoff Returns Avg TD 17.4 0 17.4 0

Per/Gm. 0.5 0.5 LG 48 SC 48 SC

TD 0 0

LG 4 VU 4 VU


2010 BULLDOGS 54 Tanner Strickland

30 Carlton Thomas

OG, Jr., 6-5, 322 Nashville, Ga. Berrien County HS

2009: Missed season following shoulder surgery. *Recipient of Michael A. Kahn Family Football Scholarship. 2008: Appeared in 13 games as a member of special teams and provided offensive line depth *Made Bulldog debut vs. Georgia Southern

2007: Redshirted. High School: Berrien County High School, coached by Ross New…Atlanta Journal-Constitution Top 50 in Georgia and Class AA first team All-State... Superprep All-Dixie Team.Mobile Register Super Southeast 120…Rivals. com No. 18 prospect in Georgia…ESPN.com Top 20 offensive guard in the nation…named to GACA North-South All-Star Game…All-Tiftarea by the Tifton Gazette…All-Region 1AA…plays the guitar. Personal: TANNER STRICKLAND; Born: July 28, 1989; Major: Speech Communication.

77 Trinton Sturdivant OT, Jr., 6-5, 320 Wadesboro, N.C. Anson HS

2009: Started season opener at No. 9 Okla. St. but suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee in the game and missed the remainder of the season. *Named Preseason All-SEC Second Team by Lindy’s and SEC Media. *Selected Preseason All-SEC Third Team by Phil Steele and SEC Coaches. *Missed spring drills due to knee injury. *Recipient of Crosswy-Mackey Families Football Scholarship. 2008: Missed season after undergoing reconstructive surgery on injured left knee. *Earned SEC Academic Honor Roll distinction for fall semester. 2007: Appeared in 13 games making 13 starts at left tackle. *Named Freshman All-America First Team by Scout.com and Rivals.com. *Named SEC All-Freshman by SEC Coaches and Sporting News. *Started at left tackle vs. Oklahoma St. becoming the first true freshman to start at that position in a season opener since Mike Fellows in 1989. *Named Biggest Offensive Surprise of the Spring. *Recipient of the Rebecca and Leon Farmer, III Scholarship. *Listed as number one LT at conclusion of spring drills. *Entered Georgia in January 2007. High School: Anson County, coached Jody Grooms…2006 USA TODAY AllUSA Second Team…Atlanta Journal-Constitution 2007 Super Southern 100… North Carolina Gatorade Football Player of the Year 2006-07…SuperPrep All-America and All-Middle Atlantic selection…Prep Star Top 100…2006 NCPreps.COM AAA All-State…One of five finalists for the 2007 Watkins Award, which is given to the nation’s top African-American male high school scholar athlete…Invited to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl…Charlotte Observer 2006 Player to Watch and member of All-Area Team…Rivals. com No. 14 offensive guard in the nation and No. 3 prospect in North Carolina…Member of Rivals.com Rivals250 and ESPN.com ESPN150…Scout.com No. 18 offensive tackle in the nation…Member of National Honor Society and Who’s Who …Posted a high school GPA of 4.1 and was Student Council President…Played basketball, was on the track team and wrestled for Anson. Personal: TRINTON STURDIVANT; Born: Jan. 18, 1989; Major: Pre-Business.

TB, RSo., 5-7, 176 Frostproof, Fla. Frostproof HS

Career Highs: 6 carries (2x), last at Vanderbilt in 2009 *30 yards rushing at Tennessee in 2009 *Long rush of 13 yards at Tennessee in 2009 *2 receptions (3x), last at Vanderbilt in 2009 *18 yards receiving at No. 9 Okla. St. in 2009 *Long reception of 17 yards at No. 9 Okla. St. in 2009 *1 punt return at No. 9 Okla. St. in 2009 *-1 punt return yards at No. 9 Okla. St. in 2009 *Long punt return of -1 yards at No. 9 Okla. St. in 2009 2010: Named Most Improved Player on offense following spring drills. *Carried eight times for 54 yards in spring G-Day game. 2009: Appeared in seven games making 22 carries for 92 yards. *Carried a season-high six times vs. S. Carolina for 22 yards and at Vanderbilt for 27 yards. *Caught a season-high two passes at No. 9 Okla. St. for 18 yards, at Tennessee for 10 yards and at Vanderbilt for 10 yards. *Carried eight times for 59 yards an a TD in spring G-Day game. *Named Most Improved Running Back at conclusion of spring drills. *Named to Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for summer semester. *Recipient of Harriett Reppard Evans Football Scholarship. 2008: Redshirted. High School: Frostproof, coached by Brad Methany…SuperPrep All-Dixie Team...PrepStar All-Southeast Region…2007 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super Southern 100…Scout.com four-star prospect, Top 150, #148 player in America, #15 running back in America, #39 prospect in the South, #15 prospect in Florida...2008 Rivals.com Florida Top 100 (53), all-purpose backs nationally (18)…ESPN.com Top 150, No. 8 running back in the nation...2008 Under Armour High School All-American…named First-Team All-District, All-County and All-State two straight years…as senior, rushed for 2,386 yards and 25 TDs…rushed for 6,683 career yards…four-year letterwinner in football and track, three-year letterwinner in basketball…state qualifier in track. Personal: CARLTON THOMAS; Born: April 27, 1989; Major: Sport Management. Rushing Year G/GS Att. Yards Per/Att. Per/Gm. TD LG 2009 7/0 22 92 4.2 13.1 0 13 UT Total 7/0 22 92 4.2 13.1 0 13 UT Year 2009 Total

G/GS 7/0 7/0

Year 2009 Total

Ret. 1 1

Rec. 6 6 Yards -1 -1

Receiving Yards Per/Rec. 38 6.3 38 6.3 Punt Returns Avg TD -1.0 0 -1.0 0

Per/Gm. 5.4 5.4

TD LG 0 17 OSU 0 17 OSU

LG -1 OSU -1 OSU

75 Kiante Tripp DE, Sr., 6-6, 290 Atlanta, Ga. Westlake HS

Career Highs: 1 tackle vs. Tennessee Tech in 2009 *1 reception vs. S. Carolina in 2008 2010: Recorded two tackles in G-Day game. 2009: Appeared in four games playing vs. S. Carolina, recording a tackle vs. Tenn. Tech, vs. No. 25 Auburn and vs. Texas A&M. *Moved back to DE in spring drills and had one tackle in G-Day game. *Recipient of Davis Family Foundation Football Scholarship. 2008: Appeared in 11 games as offensive lineman making three starts. *Played at offensive tackle at Kentucky, at Auburn, vs. No. 18 Georgia Tech and vs. No. 19 Michigan State. *Due to injuries on the offensive line, moved back to offensive tackle during practice prior to facing No. 22 Vanderbilt. *Moved to tight end prior to game vs. No. 8 Alabama and dressed as tight

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2010 BULLDOGS end for Tennessee as well; dressed in No. 83 in two games as a tight end. *Started at LT against Georgia Southern and Central Michigan and at SC. *Made first-career start, getting the nod at left tackle, vs. Ga. Southern. 2007: Appeared in eight games *Made Georgia debut vs. Oklahoma St. *Moved from DE to OL during preseason practice *Listed as number three DE at conclusion of spring drills *Recipient of the I.V. Chandler Memorial Football Scholarship 2006: Redshirted High School: Westlake, coached by Dallas Allen …The Atlanta JournalConstitution Super Southern 100 and Class AAA All-State…2005 Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAA All-State Honorable Mention defense…2005 FSN South Countdown To Signing Day “All-South” Second Team Offense…Valdosta Daily Times All-State Honorable Mention… Recorded 81 total tackles during his senior year…Named Rivals.com Rivals 250 for 2005…Rated the ninth best offensive tackle in the country by Rivals.com…Rated among the top 14 offensive linemen and the top 55 prospects in the country by Scout.com…Rated in the top 22 total prospects and the best two-way lineman in the South by Scout.com…Rated the No. 14 best offensive tackle in the country by ESPN.com…Played in the 2005 Georgia Athletic Coaches Association North-South All-Star game. Personal: KIANTE TRIPP; Born: Oct. 7, 1987; Major: Sport Management. Defensive Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2009 4/0 0 1 1 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 4/0 0 1 1 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 Year 2008 2009 Total

G/GS 11/3 4/0 15/3

Rec. 1 0 1

Receiving Yards Per/Rec. -6 -6.0 0 0.0 -6 -6.0

Per/Gm. -0.5 0.0 -0.4

TD 0 0 0

LG -6 SC --6 SC

28 Israel Troupe FLK, Jr., 6-1, 215 Tifton, Ga. Tift County HS

Career Highs: 2 receptions (2x), last vs. No. 25 Auburn in 2009 *62 receiving yards vs. No. 25 Auburn in 2009 *Long reception of 50 yards vs. No. 25 Auburn in 2009 *1 TD reception vs. No. 25 Auburn in 2009 *Long TD reception of 50 yards vs. No. 25 Auburn in 2009 2009: Appeared in 10 games making four receptions for 90 yards *Against No. 25 Auburn, recorded first-career TD on a 50-yard reception and finished with two catches for 62 yards. *Caught five passes fro 38 yards in spring G-Day game. *Named to Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for summer semester. *Recipient of Atlanta-Greensboro Football Scholarship. 2008: Appeared in 13 games recording four catches for 39 yards. *Made one catch for eight yards in loss to No. 5 Florida. *Caught one pass for 10 yards at South Carolina. *Two catches for 21 yards vs. Central Michigan. *Made Bulldog debut vs. Georgia Southern. 2007: Redshirted. High School: Tift County, coached by Jay Walls...2006 Atlanta JournalConstitution Super 11 and Super Southern 100...Three-time Atlanta JournalConstitution First-Team Class AAAAA All-State and All-Region Team… named Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s All-Region 1-AAAAA Offensive Player of the Year… 2006 First-Team Class AAAAA Georgia Sports Writers Association All-State Team…SuperPrep All-American and Top 12 in Dixie Region…Prep Star All-American…ESPN Top 150 and Top 6 Wide Receiver…invited to play in East Meets West All-American Game and the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association North-South All-Star Game…Rated by Rivals.com and Scout.com as #1 Wide Receiver in Georgia…Rivals. com Top 15 Wide Receiver in U.S. and Top 8 Overall recruit in Georgia… Scout.com Top 40 Wide Receiver in U.S and Top 20 Overall recruit in Georgia…2006 UGASports.com Top 12…2006 All-Tift Area Football Team… led his team to the first round of the playoffs in 2005 and the semi-finals in 2006…recorded 36 receptions for 495 yards and 3 TDs, rushed for 119 yards on 20 carries, returned 4 kickoffs for 194 yards and 2 TDs, and returned 14 punts for 214 yards and 1 TD as a junior…played baseball for Tift County batting .354 with 4 home runs, 26 RBI’s, and 7 steals…was named to the 2004 and 2005 Class AAAAA All-Region Baseball Team.

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Personal: ISRAEL TROUPE: Born: Nov. 4, 1988; Major: Housing. Year 2008 2009 Total

G/GS 13/0 10/0 23/0

Rec. 4 4 8

Yards 39 90 129

Per/Rec. 9.8 22.5 16.1

Per/Gm. 3.0 10.0 5.6

TD LG 0 14 CMU 1 50 AU 0 50 AU

94 DeAngelo Tyson N, Jr., 6-2, 295 Statesboro, Ga. Statesboro HS

Career Highs: 4 tackles at No. 7 Ga. Tech in 2009 2010: Earned one of team’s Coffee County Hustle Awards for defense following spring drills. *Recorded three tackles in spring G-Day game. 2009: Appeared in 13 games recording 12 tackles and five QB pressures. *Recorded a career-high four tackles at No. 7 Ga. Tech. *Had two tackles and blocked an extra point in the fourth quarter vs. S. Carolina that preserved a one-point lead. *Three tackles in spring G-Day game. *Named Most Improved Defensive Tackle at conclusion of spring drills. *Named to Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for summer semester. *Recipient of Statesboro Bulldog Club Football Scholarship. 2008: Named Freshman All-SEC by SEC Coaches. *Named of the team’s Newcomer of the Year Award winners for defense. *Appeared in 13 games making 11 tackles and five QB pressures. *Tallied a season-high two tackles three times: at No. 11 LSU, vs. Central Michigan and vs. Georgia Southern. High School: Statesboro, coached by Steve Pennington...USA Today All-USA First Team Defense…2007 Parade All-American…2008 SuperPrep Elite 50, All-America, and All-Dixie teams...2008 Rivals.com Rivals100 (45), DT Rankings: Quickest (1), Best athlete (1), Best pass rusher (3), defensive tackles (4), Georgia Top 50 (3)…UGASports Georgia Top 50 (2)…Scout.com five-star prospect, Top 100, #44 player in America, #3 DT in nation, #14 player in the South, #2 player in Georgia…U.S. Army All-America…Atlanta JournalConstitution 2007 Class AAAA All-State first team…Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAAA All-State selection…Atlanta Journal-Constitution Georgia’s Super 11 and Super Southern 100…Statesboro Herald Defensive Player of the Year…No. 45 on ESPN.com 150 list…registered 54 tackles, 14 for loss, and nine sacks in 2007…member of 2005 AAAA state champion team. Personal: DEANGELO TYSON; Born: April 12, 1989; Major: Housing. Year 2008 2009 Total

G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 13/0 5 6 11 0.0/0 1.0/1 0 0 0 0 5 13/0 2 10 12 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 26/0 7 16 23 0.0/0 1.0/1 0 0 0 0 5

36 Wesley Van Dyk TB, Jr., 6-0, 205 Highland Park, Tex. Highland Park HS

2010: Carried three times for seven yards in spring G-Day game. 2009: Member of the scout team. High School: Highland Park High School, coached by Randy Allen…Lettered as a junior and senior…Earned All-District honors after his junior season…Also lettered in baseball and track…Received Cornerstone Scholar Athlete award. Personal: WESLEY VAN DYK; Born: September 21, 1989; Major: PreBusiness/Finance.


2010 BULLDOGS 33 Chase Vasser OLB, RFr., 6-3, 220 Gainesville, Ga. Chestatee HS

2010: Recorded two tackles in G-Day game. 2009: Redshirted, member of the scout team *Named to Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for summer semester. High School: Chestatee, coached by Stan Luttrell... SuperPrep All-America and All-Dixie teams...PrepStar All-Southeast Region team...2009 Atlanta Journal Constitution Class AAA All-State Team and Georgia 150... 2009 Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAA All-State Team...2008 Georgia High School North All-Star...Named North squad MVP... Three-star prospect by Rivals.com rated as #20 outside linebacker and #26 overall prospect in Georgia...Scout.com four-star prospect rated #9 SLB nationally, #51 overall prospect in the South and Dawg Post #19 prospect in Georgia...ESPN.com ranks him as #30 OLB recruit...as a senior, totaled 141 tackles, including nine tackles for loss and four sacks... as a junior, made 138 tackles, including 36 tackles for loss and 13 sacks. Personal: CHASE VASSER; Born: April 29, 1991; Pre-Business/Management.

57 Blair Walsh

PK, Jr., 5-10, 191 Boca Raton, Fla. Cardinal Gibbons HS Career Highs: 4 FGs made vs. TN in 2008 *4 FG attempts (2x), last at No. 7 Ga. Tech in 2009 *14 points scored (2x), last at Arkansas in 2009 (3 FGs, 5 PAT) *Long FG of 53 yards at No. 9 Okla. St. in 2009 *Long FG attempt of 56 yards (missed) vs. Central Michigan in 2008 2009: Named All-SEC Second Team by Associated Press, SEC Coaches and Phil Steele *Was 1-of-3 finalists for the Lou Groza Award. *Named CollegeFootballPerformance.com Placekicker of the Year. *Tabbed a All-College Football Insiders Third Team selection. *Earned one of team’s Most Valuable Special Teams Player awards. *Named to Phil Steele Midseason All-America Second Team. *Appeared in 13 games going 20-for-22 on field goal attempts and 42for-42 on PATs while kicking off 75 times for 4,790 yards (63.9 avg.) with 17 touchbacks. *Hit 49-yard field goal and made all five PATs vs. Texas A&M. *In win at No. 7 Ga. Tech, went 3-of-4 on FGs and 3-of-3 on PATs. *Tied career-high with 14 points scored at Arkansas with three field goals and five PATs. *Connected on 51-yard FG and four PATs in win over No. 25 Auburn. *Earned CollegeFootballPerformance.com Honorable Mention Kickoff Specialist Performer of the Week after making four kickoffs for 278 yards including three touchbacks; also hit a 49-yard FG and two PATs. *Connected on 52-yard field goal at Tennessee. *Against Ariz. St., made two fourth quarter field goals, a 21-yarder and 37-yarder as time expired for the win. *Earned CollegeFootballPerformance.com Honorable Mention Place Kicker Performer of the Week after he made field goals from 50-yards and 42-yards, went 5-for-5 on PATs and kicked off eight times for 539 yards (67.4 avg.) including two touchbacks vs. S. Carolina. *Connected on a career-long 53-yard field goal at No. 9 Okla. St. *Named to watch list for Lou Groza Award. *Selected to Phil Steele’s Preseason All-SEC Fourth Team. *Connected on a 51-yard field goal in spring G-Day game. *Recipient of Aldredge-Kimberly Football Scholarship. 2008: Named Freshman All-SEC by SEC Coaches. *Appeared in 13 games connecting on 15-of-23 FGattempts and 50-of50 PATs and recorded 75 kickoffs for 4,499 yards (60.0 avg.). *Recorded one field goal attempt in Capital One Bowl victory vs. No. 19 Michigan State connecting from 32 yards and went 3-for-3 on PATs. *Connected on 6-of-6 PATs vs. No. 18 Georgia Tech.

*Connected on all six PATs at Kentucky and recorded seven kickoffs for a 62.7 yard average. *Went 1-for-3 on FGs vs. No. 5 Florida, connecting from 35 yards but missing from 38- and 27-yards; kicked off twice for a 59.5 yard avg. *Went 1-of-2 FG attempts at No. 11 LSU, connecting from 50 yards but missing from 54 yards; scored a total of 10 points with the FG and seven PATs and kicked off nine times for a 59.2 yard avg. *Connected on 4-of-4 FG attempts (34, 20, 41 and 28 yards) and made two PATs to score 14 points vs. Tennessee while also kicking off seven times for a 63.6 yard avg. including two touchbacks. *Made Bulldog debut vs. Georgia Southern connecting for a 52-yard field goal on his first-career FG attempt, the longest first-field goal by a freshman since Hap Hines had a 54-yarder in 1996. Also made eight kickoffs for a 58.9 yard average including one touchback and a tackle. High School: Cardinal Gibbons, coached by Michael Morill…USA Today All-USA First Team Offense…Scout.com four-star prospect, #1 PK in the nation…2008 Rivals.com Kicker Rankings: strongest leg (4), most accurate (5), kickers (7)…ESPN.com No. 5 kicker in the nation…Class AAA 2007 Florida Sports Writers Association All-State second-team offense …South Florida Sun-Sentinel All-County first-team offense…2008 U.S. Army All-American Bowl… Parade All-American “One’s To Watch” list… Chris Sailer Kicking two-time Top 12 and Florida Top Recruit…as senior, made 14 out of 20 FGs including two from 59 yards and 30 out of 31 extra points…averaged 41 yards per punt and 69 yards per kick-off… High School Coach: Michael Morrill. Personal: BLAIR WALSH; Born: Jan. 8, 1990; Major: Pre-Business/Economics. Year 2008 2009 Total

PAT 50/50 42/42 92/92

FG 15/23 20/22 35/45

Place Kicking LG TP 52 GSU 95 53 OSU 103 53 OSU 198

Year 2008 2009 Total

1-19 0-0 0-0 0-0

20-29 6-8 4-4 10-12

Field Goal Breakdown 30-39 40-49 4-6 3-4 5-6 7-7 9-12 10-11

Year 2008 2009 Total

KO 75 75 150

Yards 4,499 4,790 9,289

Kickoffs Avg. TB 60.0 4 63.9 17 61.9 21

50-99 2-5 4-5 6-10 OB 8 4 12

83 Cornelius Washington OLB, RSo., 6-4, 255 Hephzibah, Ga. Burke County HS

Career Highs: 3 tackles (2x), last vs. Texas A&M in 2009 2010: Recorded five tackles in G-Day game. 2009: Appeared in 13 games with one start making 13 tackles, including four sacks, and 13 quarterback pressures. *Posted a career-high three tackles vs. No. 25 Auburn and vs. Texas A&M. *Made first career start vs. Tenn. Tech and had two tackles. *Missed spring drills following due to forearm and shoulder injuries. *Recipient of Rebecca and Leon Farmer, III, Football Scholarship. 2008: Redshirted. High School: Burke County, coached by Eric Parker…SuperPrep All-America, All-Dixie Teams…PrepStar Top 135 Dream Team… 2007 Atlanta JournalConstitution Super Southern 100…2007 Georgia Football Magazine First-Team All-State…2008 Rivals.com Rivals250, weakside defensive ends (3), Georgia Top 50 (10)…UGASports Georgia Top 50 (7)…Scout.com four-star prospect, Top 150, #136 player in America, #13 DE in the nation, #42 prospect in the South, #9 prospect in Georgia… 2008 Parade All-American “One’s To Watch” list … Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAA All-State Honorable Mention… as senior in 2007, recorded 55 tackles including 44 solo, six sacks, 18 tackles for a loss, forced three fumbles and registered seven QB pressures…appeared as an offensive threat, catching four passes for 17 yards and two TDs. Personal: CORNELIUS WASHINGTON; Born: Sept. 10, 1989; Major: Sports Management. Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2009 13/1 9 4 13 4.0/24 5.0/31 0 0 0 0 13 Total 13/1 9 4 13 4.0/24 5.0/31 0 0 0 0 13

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2010 BULLDOGS 81 Aron White TE, Jr., 6-4, 237 Columbia, Mo. Rock Bridge HS

Career Highs: 2 receptions (4x), last vs. Texas A&M in 2009 *53 receiving yards vs. Tenn. Tech in 2009 *Long reception of 48 vs. No. 11 LSU in 2008 *2 receiving TD vs. Texas A&M in 2009 2009: Named team’s Most Improved Player for offense. *Earned Independence Bowl Offensive Player of the Game award after recording two receptions, both for touchdowns, in victory over Texas A&M. *Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll. *Appeared in all 13 games with 12 starts making 13 receptions for 198 yards and four touchdowns. *Recorded a career-high two receptions four times: at Vanderbilt for 14 yards, vs. Tenn. Tech for a carer-high 53 yards, at No. 7 Ga. Tech for 21 yards, and vs. Texas A&m for 26 yards. *Earned CollegeFootballPerformance.com Honorable Mention Tight End Performer of the Week recognition after catching a 26 yard touchdown pass vs. No. 1 Florida. *Also recorded a TD on a 21-yard catch at Arkansas. *Caught three passes for 50 yards in spring G-Day game. *Named to Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for summer semester. *Recipient of Brad K. and Anissa H. Johnson Family Trust Football Scholarship. 2008: Appeared in 10 games making one start recording three receptions for 88 yards and two TDs. *Earned SEC Academic Honor Roll and Director’s Honor Roll distinction for fall semester. *Recorded one reception for a 21-yard TD in Capital One Bowl victory over No. 19 Michigan State. *Second-career reception and first TD catch of career vs. No. 5 Florida. *Recorded first-career reception, a 48-yard catch, in win at No. 11 LSU *Made first-career start vs. Tennessee. *Made Bulldog debut vs. Georgia Southern. 2007: Redshirted. *Named to 2007-08 SEC Freshman Honor Roll. High School: Rock Bridge High School, coached by A.J. Ofodile…Rated the nation’s top tight end by Rivals.com…Class 6 All-State First Team following his senior year...one of just three players from the state of Missouri to play in inaugural Offense-Defense All-American Bowl in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla….in the post-season all-star game, he had four catches for 31 yards… led Rock Bridge to a 9-1 record in senior season…17 career TD receptions set a new school record…ESPN.com rates him the seventh-best tight end in the country…a two-year letterman in both football and basketball…football and basketball teammates with fellow Bulldog signee QB Logan Gray…as a junior had 36 catches for 621 yards and 11 TDs and in his senior season had 23 grabs for 430 yards and six scores. Personal: ARON WHITE; Born: Oct. 8, 1988; Major: Pre-Business. Year 2008 2009 Total

G/GS 10/1 12/12 22/13

Rec. 3 11 14

Yards 88 172 260

Per/Rec. 29.3 15.6 18.6

Per/Gm. 8.8 14.3 11.8

TD LG 2 48 LSU 2 27 TTU 4 48 LSU

43 Charles White FB, Jr., 6-1, 221 Columbia, S.C. Blythewood HS

2009: Served in backup role at both LB and FB. *Moved from LB to FB during October. *Recorded three tackles, one for loss, in G-Day game. *Recipient of Vincent and Barbara Dooley Scholarship. 2008: Missed season due to an Achilles’ tendon injury. *Earned SEC Academic Honor Roll distinction for fall semester. 2007: Redshirted. *Named to 2007-08 SEC Freshman Honor Roll. High School: Blythewood High School, coached by Jeff Scott...played in the 2006 Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas…named to the 2006 All-State team by The

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State...finalist for the 2007 Watkins Award, which is given to the nation’s top African-American male high school scholar athlete…named All-State Linebacker by High School Sports Report…SCVarsity.com First Team All-State selection…All-Region III-AAA Team…SuperPrep South Carolina selection... Prep Star All-Region…High School Sports Report’s South Carolina Top 100 Football Prospects (11)…Rivals.com South Carolina Top 25 (17...Rivals. com Top Outside Linebackers (48)…Scout.com #28 middle linebacker in the nation and #16 player in S.C...ESPN.com Top Outside Linebackers (6... Blythewood’s first athlete to play Division I college football…a member of Blythewood High’s 2006 Class AAA Championship team that became the first football team in South Carolina to capture a championship in its first varsity season…Played at Ridge View High School while Blythewood competed as a junior-varsity team in 2005…recorded 85 tackles, including 12 tackles for a loss, three sacks, two forced fumbles, one fumble recovery, one interception and three pass breakups as a senior…member of the National Honor Society, National Spanish Honor Society, National Beta Club and Fellowship of Christian Athletes…held a 3.9 GPA at Blythewood. Personal: CHARLES WHITE; Born Sept. 20, 1988; Major: Pre-Business/Finance.

39 Nick Williams SS, Jr., 6-2, 218 Bainbridge, Ga. Bainbridge HS

Career Highs: 4 tackles vs. No. 25 Auburn in 2009 2010: Recorded a team-best seven tackles in spring G-Day game. 2009: In 11 games, one start making nine tackles *Registered a career-high four tackles vs. No. 25 Auburn *Tied for the most tackles in spring G-Day game with five. *Earned Coffee County Hustle Award at conclusion of spring drills. *Named to Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for summer semester. *Recipient of Teka and John Adams Football Scholarship. 2008: Appeared in 12 games. *Began career in the secondary and moved to linebacker. High School: Bainbridge, coached by Ricky Woods…2007 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Class AAAA All-State Honorable Mention…Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAAA All-State Honorable Mention… Rivals.com No. 25 outside linebacker in the nation…Scout.com No. 42 safety in the nation…played linebacker and quarterback and also handled punting and holding duties for Bainbridge High School…helped guide the Bearcats to the 2007 Georgia Class AAAA state quarterfinals…threw for 2,428 yards with 23 TDs in four seasons…completed 82-of-174 passes for 1,105 yards and 12 TDs in 2007…recorded 41 tackles and three INTs in 2007…threw for 1,298 yards in 2006…passed for a school record 348 yards vs. Forest Park in 2006…became the second BHS player to throw for 1,000 yards in two straight seasons. Personal: NICK WILLIAMS; Born: April 20, 1989; Major: Sport Management. Year 2008 2009 Total

G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 12/0 0 0 0 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 12/1 3 6 9 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 3 24/1 3 6 9 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 3


2010 BULLDOGS 17 Rantavious Wooten

36 Shawn Williams SS, So., 6-1, 206 Damascus, Ga. Early County HS

Career Highs: 3 tackles vs. Texas A&M in 2009 2010: Recorded four tackles in G-Day game. 2009: Named one of team’s Newcomer of the Year award winners for special teams. *Appeared in 13 games recording five tackles. *Posted a career-best three tackles in victory over Texas A&M in Indepedence Bowl. High School: Early County, coached by Trey Woo...SuperPrep All-Dixie team...2008 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Class AA first team defense and Georgia 150...2008 Georgia High School All-Star Game...2008 Georgia Sports Writers Association All-State Class AA Honorable Mention...Georgia Football Magazine All-State Honorable Mention...2008 All-State Phenoms Team Honorable Mention...2008 Rivals.com #2 Safety in Georgia and #24 Overall......UGASports 2009 GA Top 75 (11)...2008 Scout.com #34 safety overall nationally and Dawg Post #18 prospect in Georgia....ESPNU #28 safety nationally...As a senior in 2008 recorded 59 tackles...Also recorded 24 receptions for 381 yards and five touchdowns, and recorded 20 punts for 649 yards...As a junior in 2007 recorded 66 tackles and 3 interceptions... also had 21 receptions for 362 yards and 5 TD’s on offense. Personal: SHAWN WILLIAMS; Born: May 13, 1991; Major: Education. Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2009 13/0 3 2 5 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 13/0 3 2 5 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0

97 Brandon Wood DE, Sr., 6-1, 285 Buchanan, Ga. Haralson County HS

Career Highs: 4 tackles (2x), last at TN in 2009 2010: Recorded two tackles in G-Day game. 2009: Appeared in 10 games making 14 tackles. *Tied career-high with four tackles at Tennessee. *Saw first action of the season vs. Arizona State and had two tackles; had two tackle games vs. Tenn. Tech and No. 25 Auburn. *Had left shoulder and left wrist surgeries to repair injury suffered in Capital One Bowl game and missed spring drills. 2008: Appeared in 10 games recording 11 tackles and nine QB hurries. *Recorded a career-high four tackles and a pass-break up vs. Ga. Southern. *Notched three tackles vs. Central Michigan. 2007: Appeared in six games with one tackle vs. Oklahoma St. *Moved from DT to DE two weeks into the season. *Recipient of the Charles G. Rood Football Scholarship. *Limited in spring drills recovering from shoulder surgery. 2006: Redshirted. High School: Haralson County, coached by Frank Vohun …The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super 11, Super Southern 100 and Class AAAA AllState…Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAAA All-State Team…FSN South Countdown to Signing Day Second-Team Defense…PrepStar 200… ESPN Top 150…Invited to play in the Georgia North-South All-Star Game… Rivals.com No. 10 ranked DE in the Nation and Top 50 in Georgia…UGASports.com Elite 11…Scout.com Hot 100 and No. 4 ranked DE …(Carrollton) Times-Georgian Defensive Player of the Year…48 tackles and four sacks and had 800 rushing yards and eight TDs during senior year …As a junior rushed for nearly 1,200 yards and 14 TDs while adding 100 tackles and 14 sacks on defense…Led team to first playoff appearance in 38 years in 2005….played basketball and ran track. Personal: BRANDON WOOD; Born: Feb. 14, 1987; Major: Housing. Year 2007 2008 2009 Total

FLK, So., 5-10, 176 Belle Glade, Fla. Glades Central HS

Career Highs: 2 receptions (4x), last at No. 7 Ga. Tech in 2009 *64 receiving yards vs. Kentucky in 2009 *Long reception of 43 yards vs. Kentucky in 2009 *2 receiving TDs vs. Kentucky in 2009 *Long TD reception of 43 yards vs. Kentucky in 2009 *2 rushing attempts vs. No. 4 LSU in 2009 *7 rushing yards vs. No. 25 Auburn in 2009 *Long rush of 7 yards vs. No. 25 Auburn in 2009 2010: Caught four passes for 55 yards and recorded one carry for 16 yards in spring G-Day game. 2009: Appeared in 12 games with three starts catching 10 passes for 197 yards and two TDs. *Led team in receiving with two catches for 25 yards at No. 7 Ga. Tech. *Against Kentucky, caught two passes, from 21 and 43 yards, for TDs. *Gained 17 yards on two receptions vs. Tenn. Tech. *Two catches for 38 yards and made one rush for three yards vs. Ariz. St. *Named to Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for summer semester. *Recipient of Mr. & Mrs. Jack Swan Football Scholarship Endowment. High School: Glades Central, coached by Jessie Hester...PrepStar AllAmerica Team....SuperPrep All-Dixie team....Orlando Sentinel Class AAA First Team...Palm Beach Post All-Area First Team...2008 Rivals. com #7 Wide Receiver in Florida and #34 overall, #29 WR nationally...2008 Scout.com four-star prospect, #31 overall prospect in Florida, #75 in the South, and #20 WR nationally...As a senior recorded 33 catches for 927 yards and 14 touchdowns...As a junior in 2007 had 25 receptions for 456 yards and three touchdowns...Also had 55 carries for 446 yards and seven more scores. Personal: RANTAVIOUS WOOTEN; Born: September 26, 1989; Major: Arts & Sciences. Year 2009 Total

G/GS 12/3 12/3

Rec. 10 10

Yards 197 197

Per/Rec. 19.7 19.7

Per/Gm. 16.4 16.4

TD 2 2

LG 43 UK 43 UK

G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 6/0 1 0 1 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 10/0 2 9 11 0.5/3 0.5/3 0 0 1 0 9 10/0 5 9 14 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 1 0 2 26/0 8 18 26 0.5/3 0.5/3 0 0 2 0 11

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2010 SIGNEES 2010 Signee Roster Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Demetre Baker LB 6-0 200 Brent Benedict OT 6-5 273 Michael Bennett WR 6-3 186 Brandon Burrows DE 6-3 240 Marc Deas SAF 6-1 185 Jalen Fields DE 6-5 250 Kenarious Gates OT 6-5 300 Jakar Hamilton SAF 6-2 196 Kolton Houston OL 6-5 270 Hutson Mason QB 6-3 190 Ken Malcome RB 6-0 212 Dexter Morant DE 6-7 240 Alec Ogletree DB 6-3 215 Alexander Ogletree LB 5-10 205 Lonnie Outlaw WR 6-5 180 Derek Owens CB 5-9 180 Garrison Smith DT 6-3 250 T.J. Stripling DE 6-6 215 Mike Thornton DT 6-1 280

Hometown High School Orange Park, Fla. Orange Park Jacksonville, Fla. The Bolles School Alpharetta, Ga. Alpharetta Marietta, Ga. Walton Kissimmee, Fla. Osceola Dalton, Ga. Dalton Grantville, Ga. Greenville Edgefield, SC Ga Military Buford, Ga. Buford Marietta, Ga. Lassiter Decatur, Ga. SW Dekalb Manning, S.C. Manning Newnan, Ga. Newnan Newnan, Ga. Newnan Rochelle, Ga. Wilcox County Jacksonville, Fla. Andrew Jackson Atlanta, Ga. Douglas Decatur, Ga. SW Dekalb Stone Mountain, Ga. Stephenson

DEMETRE BAKER LB, 6-0, 200 Orange Park, Fla., Orange Park HS

DEMETRE F. BAKER…Born: November 30, 1990…High School: Orange Park…SuperPrep All-America and All-Dixie teams…. PrepStar All-America Team…Scout.com Four-Star Player, #270 Player in the Country, #23 OLB in the Country, #90 Player in the South, #35 Player in Florida…Rivals.com Three-Star Player, #25 OLB in the Country, #63 Player in Florida…70+ tackles, 11 sacks, 19 tackles for loss, five forced fumbles, and two interceptions as a senior…113 carries for 1,040 Yards and 13 rushing touchdowns as a senior…eight receptions for two TDs and one kickoff returned for a touchdown…played in USA National Junior vs. The World All-Star Game…SunState Football All-State linebacker…Florida Times-Union Boys Athlete of the Year…Florida Times-Union Super 75 OLB…Two-time Class AAAA state champion in shot put, two-time runner-up in discus event…All-Conference selection in weightlifting and track….High School Coach: Danny Green.

BRENT BENEDICT OT, 6-5, 273 Jacksonville, Fla., The Bolles School

BRENT EDWARD BENEDICT…Born: January 18, 1992…High School: The Bolles School… SuperPrep All-America and All-Dixie teams…PrepStar Top 150 Dream Team..Scout.com Four-Star Player, #89 Player in the Country, #10 OT in the Country, #29 Player in the South, #13 Player in Florida…Rivals.com Four-Star Player, #76 Player in the Country, #12 OT in the country, #5 Player in Florida…#19 in the ESPNU 150… Mobile Press-Register Super Southeast 120… selected to play in Under Armour All-America game…Missed part of senior season due to injury…High School Coach: Corky Rogers.

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MICHAEL BENNETT WR, 6-3, 186 Alpharetta, Ga., Alpharetta HS

MICHAEL BENNETT…Born: December 12, 1991…High School: Alpharetta…North-South All-Star Game…SuperPrep AllDixie Team…PrepStar All-Region team….2010 Atlanta JournalConstitution Top 50 and Honorable Mention Class AAAAA AllState team…All-League honors for WR play… Scout.com threeStar prospect; #81 RB in the Country…..DawgPost #39 Player in Georgia… Rivals.com three-star prospect; #55 Wide Receiver; #30 player in Georgia… ESPN three-star recruit…MaxPreps calls Bennett one of the most underrated WR prospects in Georgia…. During his senior season, he rushed for 693 yards and scored 7 touchdowns…gained 1,084 all-purpose yards and also picked up 35 tackles…High School Coach: Jason Dukes.

BRANDON BURROWS DE, 6-3, 240 Marietta, Ga., Walton HS

BRANDON SCOTT BURROWS… Born: September 19, 1991…. High School: Walton… Suffered torn ACL in spring practice of his senior year and missed all the 2009 season….SuperPrep All-Dixie team…Pre-Star All-Region team….Scout.com three-star recruit, #52 ranked DE, DawgPost.com #34 player in Georgia… Rivals. com three-star recruit, #28 ranked DE, #42 player in Georgia… ESPN.com four-star recruit, #37 ranked DE… also played running back in high school…as a junior recorded 24 tackles, 10 sacks, and a forced fumble… helped lead Walton to a 9-2 record and a regional championship in 2008… High School Coach: Rocky Hidalgo.

MARC DEAS SAF, 6-1, 185 Kissimmee, Fla., Osceola HS

MARC ANTHONY DEAS…Born: April 5, 1992…High School: Osceola…SuperPrep All-Dixie team….PrepStar All-Region team…Scout.com Three-Star Player, #59 safety in the country, #91 Player in Florida…Rivals.com Three-Star Player, #51 safety in the country…Orlando Sentinel All-Central-Florida Second Team… Orlando Sentinel All-Osceola County First Team…Miami Herald All-State first team linebacker… 2009 Florida Times-Union Super 75 Safety…as a senior registered 54 tackles and one interception on defense, completed 26 of 76 for 536 yards and seven touchdowns as the Kowboys’ primary quarterback throughout the 2009 campaign, and rushed for 458 yards and six touchdowns on 88 carries….recorded 108 Tackles as a junior…High School Coach: Jeff Rolson.

JALEN FIELDS DE, 6-5, 250 Dalton, Ga., Dalton HS

JALEN FIELDS…Born: June 12, 1992…High School: Dalton… Rivals.com four-star prospect, #14 DE nationally, #8 overall prospect in Georgia, and Rivals250…Scout.com four-star prospect, #30 DE nationally, Top 300, #76 Player in the South…DawgPost #16 player in Georgia…ESPN.com #44 DE nationally…SuperPrep All-America and All-Dixie Teams….PrepStar Top 150 Dream Team…2009 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Top 50 prospects in state (#37) and Class AAAA All-State Honorable Mention…2009 Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAAA All-State Team Honorable Mention… Mobile


2010 SIGNEES Press-Register Super Southeast 120…Georgia’s first commitment for 2010 class…The Daily Citizen 2009 All-Area Team…The Daily Citizen 2009 All-Region First-Team Defense…as a senior, recorded 63 tackles, one interception, two forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries including one returned 35 yards for a touchdown…helped lead Dalton High School to its 50th straight winning season in 2009… The Daily Citizen 2008 All-Area Team…recorded 78 tackles and eight sacks as a junior including 35 tackles for loss…lettered in football and basketball at Dalton…High School Coach: Adam Winegarden.

KENARIOUS GATES OL, 6-5, 300 Grantville, Ga., Greenville HS

KENARIOUS GATES…Born: October 24, 1991…High School: Greenville…2009 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Top 50 #44, AllState First Team Class A…Georgia Sports Writers Association Class A All-State team… Scout.com three-star prospect, #90 offensive tackle nationally…Rivals.com three-star prospect…ESPN.com #139 offensive tackle nationally…helped lead the Patriots to the second round of the GHSA playoffs and an 11-1 season in 2009…also played basketball at Greenville…High School Coach: Jeremy Williams.

JAKAR HAMILTON SAF, 6-2, 196 Edgefield, SC, Georgia Military College

JAKAR HAMILTON….Born: October 2, 1989…. Junior College: SuperPrep JUCO 100…PrepStar All-Region team….Rivals.com fourstar player, 4th rated safety, 2nd best JUCO player… Scout.com four-star player, 10th best safety, and 2nd best JUCO player in the country…. JUCO All American first team….finalist for NJCAA Defensive Player of the Year…also earned rank of Captain in the GMC Cadet Corps…career stats at GMC were 88 tackles and six interceptions….Georgia Military College’s Head Coach: Bert Williams... High School: Strom Thurmond High School… Scored 20 TDs his senior year… led his team to the Class AAA State Championship… High School Coach: Lee Sawyer.

KOLTON HOUSTON OL, 6-5, 270 Buford, Ga., Buford High School

KOLTON HOUSTON… Born: July 25, 1991…High School: Buford High School… Named to the 2010 Under Armour All-American game… named a PrepStar All-American… SuperPrep All-Dixie Team….selected for the Atlanta Journal Constitution 2009 Georgia’s Super 11, Class AA All-State, and ranked 26th in the 2009 AJC Top 50… 2009 Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AA All-State first team….ranked No. 3 offensive guard prospect by ESPN… member of ESPNU150… ranked No. 21 offensive guard by Rivals. com…Rivals.com Georgia Midseason Top 100 for 2010… Scout. com four-star player ranked #6 OG in the country, #73 overall players in the South, and #15 player in Georgia…helped lead Buford High School to its third straight Class AA state championship in 2009… 2008 Georgia Sports Writers Association AA All-State…2008 First Team All-Area.…High School Coach: Jess Simpson.

KEN MALCOME RB, 6-0, 212 Decatur, Ga., Southwest Dekalb HS

KEN MALCOME…Born: September 25, 1991…High School:

Southwest Dekalb…2009 Prepstar All-American and SuperPrep All-Dixie team…2009 Atlanta Journal Constitution Top 50, Class AAAA All-State First Team Honorable Mention…Rivals.com four-star prospect, #24 RB nationally, #20 overall in Georgia… Scout.com four-star prospect, #25 RB nationally, #96 overall in the South…Dawg Post #20 overall in Georgia…ESPN.com #97 overall nationally…Mobile Press-Register Super Southeast 120… missed four games in junior year with sprained knee and ankle but still finished with 954 rushing yards and 12 touchdowns… as a senior rushed for 1,168 yards and 16 touchdowns, averaging 129.8 yards per game…ran the 100m and 200m sprints on the high school team …High School Coach: Buck Godfrey.

HUTSON MASON QB, 6-3, 190 Marietta, Ga., Lassiter HS

HUTSON TAYLOR MASON… Born: September 20, 1991….High School: Lassiter…2009 Parade Magazine All-American…2009 Georgia Sports Writers’ Association All-Class Player of the Year and Class AAAAA All-State team… 2009 Georgia Gatorade Player of the Year… 2009 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Class AAAAA Offensive Player of the Year, Top 50, and Class AAAAA All-State first-team… SuperPrep All-Dixie team…. PrepStar All-Region team…2009 Georgia Athletic Coaches North-South High School All-Star game… 2009 and 2008 Marietta Daily Journal Cobb County Offensive Player of the Year… MaxPreps.com Georgia all-decade team… Scout.com three-star recruit, DawgPost.com #39 player in Georgia… Rivals.com three-star recruit, #97 ranked player in Georgia… ESPN.com threestar recruit, #21 ranked QB… 2008 GSWA Class AAAAA offensive Player of the Year and Class AAAAA All-State team… 2008 AJC Class AAAAA All-State honorable mention…in just two years as a starter, compiled 8,265 yards passing and 85 touchdown passes… as a senior, set Georgia state records for passing yards (4,560) and touchdowns (54) in a season… set state records for passing yards (552) in a single game against South Gwinnett… helped lead Lassiter to 12-1 record and first region championship in school history in 2009 … as a junior, passed for 3,705 yards and 28 touchdowns…High School Coach: Chip Lindsey.

DEXTER MORANT DE, 6-7, 240 Manning, S.C., Manning HS

DEXTER MORANT…Born: September 19, 1991…High School: Manning…SuperPrep All-Mid-Atlantic Team…PrepStar AllAmerica Team….Rivals.com four-star prospect, #9 overall prospect in South Carolina, #15 DE nationally, and South Carolina Midseason Top 30 (#9)….Scout.com three-star prospect, #44 DE nationally, #12 player in South Carolina, and #97 in Southeast Class of 2010 Top150... ESPN.com #73 DE nationally...The State Top 50 Seniors in S.C. (#10)...2009 ESPNU 150 watch list...2009 Charlotte Observer S.C. Top 25 Recruits (#10)... Mobile Press-Register Super Southeast 120….2009 The Item AllArea First Team…2009 SCADA North-South All-Star Football Game participant…2009 Palmetto Champions All-Star Team Class AA…2009 Class AA Lower State Lineman of the Year… participated in Shrine Bowl as a senior…recorded 80 tackles as a senior, including 25 for loss. had 9 sacks, four caused fumbles and blocked three field goal attempts…made over 100 tackles, including 20 tackles for loss and ten sacks as a junior...2007 The Item All-Area Team…recorded 86 tackles, including 17 for loss as a sophomore…High School Coach: Robert Briggs III.

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2010 SIGNEES ALEC OGLETREE DB, 6-3, 215 Newnan, Ga., Newnan HS

ALEC OGLETREE…Born: September 25, 1991…High School:

Newnan…Under Armour All-American…2009 USA Today All-USA First Team…Parade Magazine All-American…2009 Atlanta JournalConstitution Super 11, Class AAAAA Defensive Player of the Year, AllDecade Team, All-State First Team, No. 2 on Top 50 list…SuperPrep Elite 50, All-America, and All-Dixie teams… PrepStar Top 150 Dream Team…GSWA Class AAAAA Defensive Player of the Year, All-State team… MaxPreps.com #2 safety nationally, #29 overall…ESPN.com 150, #4 safety nationally, #29 overall…Scout.com five-star prospect, #3 outside linebacker nationally, #7 player in the South, #22 overall player nationally, Dawg Post #2 player in Georgia…Rivals.com fourstar prospect, #3 safety nationally….Rivals100 2010 #40…. Mobile Press-Register Super Southeast 120…Newnan Times-Herald County Player of the Year…played in Georgia North-South High School AllStar game…2008 GSWA All-State…2008 AJC All-State Honorable Mention... three-year starter for Newnan during a stretch where the team went 37-4 and made the GHSA state semifinals twice…blocked a field goal with five seconds to go and caught the winning touchdown pass during Newnan’s 9-7 win over Grayson in the 2009 GHSA playoffs… finished the 2009 season with 85 tackles, including five tackles for loss, two forced fumbles, two interceptions and two blocked kicks…also recorded 33 receptions for 633 yards and five touchdowns on offense… as a junior in 2008 had 75 tackles, three interceptions and six blocked punts…as a sophomore in 2007 had six blocked punts and returned one for a touchdown…also was a starter on the basketball team and ran the 400-meter dash and the 4x100 relay and long jumped for the Cougars…high school teammates with twin brother and fellow Georgia signee Alexander Ogletree…High School Coach: Mike McDonald.

ALEXANDER OGLETREE LB, 5-10, 205 Newnan, Ga., Newnan HS

ALEXANDER OGLETREE…Born: September 25, 1991…High School: Newnan… PrepStar All-Region team….Scout.com twostart prospect, #74 middle linebacker nationally…ESPN.com #109 outside linebacker nationally…Newnan Times-Herald County CoDefensive Player of the Year…named All-Region 4-AAAAA First Team (offense and defense)… as a senior finished with 90 tackles, including 11 tackles for loss and two sacks, two forced fumbles, one interception, one blocked kick and one blocked punt…. hauled in 16 passes for 239 yards and four touchdowns on offense…also rushed for 93 yards on six option plays…three-year starter for Newnan during a stretch where the team went 37-4 and made the GHSA state semifinals twice…was a starter on the Cougar basketball team… high school teammates with twin brother and fellow Georgia signee Alec Ogletree…High School Coach: Mike McDonald.

LONNIE OUTLAW WR, 6-5, 180 Rochelle, Ga., Wilcox County HS

LONNIE OUTLAW…Born: May 10, 1992...High School: Wilcox County…2009 Atlanta Journal Constitution Class A All-State Honorable Mention…member of Georgia High School All-Star Game South Team…Georgia Sports Writers Association Class A All-State Honorable Mention…2009 All-Middle Georgia GHSA Second Team…helped lead Wilcox County to the 2009 Georgia Class A State Title Game…hauled in 41 passes for 829 yards and six touchdowns in 2009…scored 10 touchdowns on 22 catches on 417 yards receiving as a junior in 2008… High School Coach: Mark Ledford.

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DEREK OWENS CB, 5-9, 180 Jacksonville, Fla., Andrew Jackson HS

DEREK OWENS…Born: January 22, 1990…High School: Andrew Jackson… SuperPrep All-Dixie Team…PrepStar All-Region team…Scout. com Three-Star Player, #44 CB in the country, #54 Player in Florida…Rivals. com Three-Star Player, #27 cornerback in the country…SunState Football #52 Player in Florida…2008 First Team All-First Coast…FSWA Class AAA All-State third team… Florida Times-Union 2009 Super 75 Cornerback…20 career interceptions…High School Coach: Kevin Sullivan.

GARRISON SMITH DT, 6-3, 250 Atlanta, Ga., Douglass HS

GARRISON SMITH…Born: October 9, 1991...High School: Douglass…2009 Prepstar Top 150 Dream Team and SuperPrep Elite 50, All-America and All-Dixie teams…2009 Atlanta Journal Constitution Top 50, Super 11, Class AAAAA All-State First Team…2009 U.S. Army All-America Bowl participant…Rivals.com four-star prospect, #3 DT nationally, #79 overall nationally, #5 overall in Georgia…Rivals.com 2010 DT Rankings: #3 Best athlete, #1 Best pass rusher, #2 Quickest… Scout.com four-star prospect, #6 DT nationally, #77 overall nationally, #7 overall in the South…Dawg Post #4 overall in Georgia…ESPNU.com #15 DT nationally, #143 overall nationally… Mobile Press-Register Super Southeast 120…as a junior recorded 108 total tackles including 27 for loss and 14 sacks and also forced 7 fumbles…as a senior tallied 80 total tackles including 20 for loss and 10 sacks through the first nine games, named Touchdown Club of Atlanta Lineman of the Week for Week 9…brothers with Greg Smith, backup A-back for rival Georgia Tech in 2009…High School Coach: Kenny Barrow.

T.J. STRIPLING DE, 6-6, 215 Decatur, Ga., Southwest Dekalb HS

T.J. STRIPLING…Born: October 29, 1991…High School: Southwest Dekalb…2009 Prepstar Top 150 Dream Team…SuperPrep All-America and All-Dixie Teams….2009 Atlanta Journal Constitution Top 50, Super 11, Class AAAA Defensive Player of the Year, Class AAAA AllState First Team…Rivals.com four-star prospect, #4 DE nationally, #45 overall nationally, #2 overall in Georgia…Rivals.com 2010 DE Rankings: #3 Best pass rusher…Scout.com four-star prospect, #12 DE nationally, #92 overall nationally, #30 overall in the South…Dawg Post #6 overall in Georgia…ESPN.com #84 overall nationally… Mobile Press-Register Super Southeast 120…as a junior tallied 88 total tackles including 18 for loss and 14 sacks…as a senior recorded 117 total tackles including 22 for loss and 21 sacks…high school teammates with Georgia signee T.J. Stripling…Coach: Buck Godfrey.

MIKE THORNTON DL, 6-1, 280 Stone Mountain, Ga., Stephenson HS

MICHAEL THORNTON…Born: January 1, 1992…High School: Stephenson…2009 Prepstar All-American …SuperPrep All-America and All-Dixie teams….2009 Atlanta Journal Constitution Top 50, Class AAAAA All-State First Team…2009 Defensive MVP of UGA Nike Camp…Rivals.com four-star prospect, #15 DT nationally, #145 overall nationally, #10 overall in Georgia…Scout.com four-star prospect, #16 DT nationally, #175 overall nationally, #58 overall in the South…Dawg Post #13 overall in Georgia…ESPNU.com #18 DT nationally…Mobile PressRegister Super Southeast 120…as a senior tallied 78 total tackles including 13 for loss and 6 sacks, named Touchdown Club of Atlanta Lineman of the Week for Week 3, led Stephenson Jaguars to a 11-1 record….as a junior recorded 95 total tackles including 15 for loss and 2.5 sacks… …High School Coach: Ronald Gartrell.


SOUTHERN MISS Columbia (9/2)

GEORGIA Athens

OHIO

WESTERN KENTUCKY Lafayette

Troy

TROY

11/27

11/20

11/13

11/6

TEXAS TECH Boulder

UAB Starkville

LSU Little Rock

MISSISSIPPI STATE Starkville

OLE MISS Oxford

ARKANSAS Starkville

OLE MISS Knoxville

NEBRASKA KENTUCKY Lincoln (11/26) Knoxville

KANSAS STATE Boulder

FLORIDA Nashville

ARKANSAS Fayetteville

SOUTH CAROLINA Nashville

GEORGIA Athens

EASTERN MICHIGAN Nashville

WAKE FOREST Nashville

KENTUCKY Lexington

VIRGINIA Atlanta

Open

Open

LSU Auburn

MISSISSIPPI GEORGIA MONTANTA OLE MISS STATE STATE Jacksonville Oxford Starkville Pocatello CHARLESTON CHATTANOOGA SOUTHERN VANDERBILT GEORGIA Auburn Nashville Athens Lexington

GEORGIA Lexington

TENNESSEE Knoxville

FLORIDA STATE Tallahassee

TENNESSEE

ALABAMA Tuscaloosa (11/26)

Athens

DUKE Atlanta

MIAMI Atlanta

VIRGINIA TECH Blacksburg

Open

CLEMSON Clemson

MIDDLE MISSISSIPPI WEBER STATE ARKANSAS TENNESSEE ST. STATE Pocatello Auburn Atlanta Gainesville

KENTUCKY Lexington SOUTH CAROLINA Lexington

MONTANA Missoula

NORTH CAROLINA Chapel Hill

KANSAS Lawrence

SOUTH N.C. STATE CAROLINA Atlanta Auburn LOUISIANAWAKE MONROE FOREST Auburn Winston-Salem

CLEMSON Auburn

MISSISSIPPI STATE Starkville (9/9)

Georgia Tech ARKANSAS SOUTH CAROLINA STATE STATE Atlanta Auburn

Auburn

Gainesville

LSU

ALABAMA PORTLAND STATE Tuscaloosa Hillsboro

KENTUCKY Gainesville

Greeley NORTHERN ARIZONA Pocatello

UTAH STATE Logan

MONTANTA WESTERN Pocatello

Idaho State

TENNESSEE NORTHERN Knoxville COLORADO

MIAMI (OHIO) Gainesville SOUTH FLORIDA Gainesville

Florida

AUBURN Lexington

OLE MISS Oxford

FLORIDA Gainesville

AKRON Lexington

WESTERN KENTUCKY Lexington

LOUISVILLE Louisville

Kentucky

SOUTH SACRAMENTO GEORGIA VANDERBILT STATE CAROLINA Auburn Lexington Pocatello Gainesville EASTERN APPALACHIAN VANDERBILT TENNESSEE Open STATE WASHINGTON Open Nashville Nashville Gainesville Cheney

MEMPHIS Memphis

SOUTH CAROLINA Columbia

ALABAMA Knoxville

Open

GEORGIA Athens

Storrs

CONNECTICUT

Open

OLE MISS Oxford

Nashville

NORTHWESTERN Nashville LSU

Vanderbilt

2010 SEC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME • DECEMBER 4 • GEORGIA DOME • ATLANTA, GA.

LOUISIANA- CLEMSON MONROE Clemson Monroe

TROY Columbia

KANSAS Lawrence

ALABAMA IOWA STATE Tuscaloosa Boulder

Open

OKLAHOMA Norman

BAYLOR Boulder

FLORIDA

Gainesville

MISSOURI Columbia, Mo.

LSU Baton Rouge

GEORGIA Boulder

FLORIDA Knoxville

ALCORN STATE Starkville

HAWAI’I Boulder UAB Knoxville

TENNESSEE VANDERBILT KENTUCKY Fayetteville Columbia Starkville

OLE MISS Fayetteville

AUBURN Auburn

SOUTH OLE MISS ARKANSAS CAROLINA Oxford Columbia Columbia FLORIDA UTEP ATLANTIC FLORIDA Fayetteville Boca Raton Gainesville

FIU Lafayette

Tennessee

Open

TEXAS A&M HOUSTON Arlington, Texas Houston

Open

Open

VANDERBILT Nashville

Colorado

GEORGIA Starkville

GEORGIA LSU Baton Rouge Athens

ALABAMA Fayetteville

KENTUCKY Lexington

Mississippi State

TENNESSEE MEMPHIS COLORADO TENNESSEESTATE MARTIN Starkville TECH Knoxville Denver Fayetteville LOUISIANAAUBURN CALIFORNIA OREGON MONROE Starkville (9/9) Berkeley Knoxville Little Rock

Arkansas

AUBURN Auburn

FURMAN Columbia

OKLAHOMA ALABAMA STATE Columbia Lafayette (10/8)

MIDDLE TENNESSEE Lafayette NORTH TEXAS Denton

Open

ARKANSAS GEORGIA STATE Columbia Lafayette

South Carolina

LouisianaLafayette

10/30 Athens, Ohio

10/23

10/16

10/9

10/2

9/25

9/18

9/11

9/4

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2009 STATISTICS

Overall: 8-5 (HOme: 4-2; rOad: 3-2; Neutral: 1-1) • SeC: 4-4 (HOme: 2-2; rOad: 2-1; Neutral: 0-1) Date 9/5 9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21 11/28 12/28

AP/USA Opponent (AP/USA) 13/13 at 9/11 Oklahoma St. 21/21 * South Carolina 23/20 * at Arkansas 21/17 Arizona St. 18/14 * 4/4 LSU * at Tennessee * at Vanderbilt * vs. 1/1 Florida Tennessee Tech * NR/25 Auburn * Kentucky at 7/7 Georgia Tech & vs. Texas A&M #-SEC Games

team StatIStICS

TV W-L Time/Score Attend. Top Rusher Top Passer Top Receiver ABC L 10-24 53,012 Samuel (20-87) Cox (15-30-162) Green (4-52) ESPN2 W 41-37 92,746 Samuel (15-65) Cox (17-24-201) Green (6-86) ESPN W 52-41 74,210 Samuel (16-104) Cox (18-26-375) Green (7-137) ESPNU W 20-17 92,746 King (11-55) Cox (17-31-242) Green (8-153) CBS L 13-20 92,746 Ealey (8-33) Cox (18-34-229) Green (5-99) SECN L 19-45 103,261 Thomas (3-30) Cox (19-34-146) Green (8-60) SECN W 34-10 38,340 Ealey (13-71) Cox (16-31-226) Green (3-95) CBS L 17-41 84,604 Ealey (17-70) Cox (11-20-165) Green (3-50) PPV W 38-0 92,746 Ealey (7-89) Cox (10-13-140) Charles (3-42) ESPN2 W 31-24 92,746 Ealey (18-98) Cox (9-17-173) Green (3-19) ESPN2 L 27-34 92,746 Ealey (19-77) Cox (12-30-291) Charles (4-73) ABC W 30-24 55,407 Ealey (20-183) Cox (8-14-76) Wooten (2-25) ESPN W 44-20 49,653 Ealey (13-78) Cox (15-28-158) Green (6-57) • #-Florida game in Jacksonville, Fla. • &-AdvoCare Independence Bowl (Shreveport, La.)

Ga

SCORING 376 Points Per Game 28.9 FIRST DOWNS 226 Rushing 96 Passing 116 Penalty 14 RUSHING YARDAGE 2093 Yards gained rushing 2346 Yards lost rushing 253 Rushing Attempts 447 Average Per Rush 4.7 Average Per Game 161.0 TDs Rushing 17 PASSING YARDAGE 2615 Comp-Att-Int 190-346-17 Average Per Pass 7.6 Average Per Catch 13.8 Average Per Game 201.2 TDs Passing 24 TOTAL OFFENSE 4708 Total Plays 793 Average Per Play 5.9 Average Per Game 362.2 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 60-1327 KICK RETURN AVERAGE 22.1 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 23-255 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 11.1 INT RETURNS: #-Yards 10-135 INT RETURN AVERAGE 13.5 FUMBLES-LOST 23-11 PENALTIES-Yards 105-878 Average Per Game 67.5 PUNTS-Yards 56-2691 Average Per Punt 48.1 Net punt average 41.9 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 29:28 3RD-DOWN Conversions 66/167 3rd-Down Pct 40% 4TH-DOWN Conversions 8/14 4th-Down Pct 57% SACKS BY-Yards 30-204 MISC YARDS 0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 45 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 20-22 ON-SIDE KICKS 0-0 RED-ZONE SCORES (32-34) 94% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS (21-34) 62% PAT-ATTEMPTS (42-43) 98%

SCOrING

Georgia Opponents

POSSeSSION Georgia Opponents

60

OPP

337 25.9 239 94 124 21 1640 2009 369 480 3.4 126.2 12 2772 218-388-10 7.1 12.7 213.2 25 4412 868 5.1 339.4 56-1440 25.7 23-242 10.5 17-171 10.1 18-2 94-758 58.3 70-2801 40.0 35.2 30:32 69/183 38% 9/19 47% 12-96 0 41 17-20 0-1 (34-39) 87% (22-39) 56% (36-37) 97%

1st Q 2nd Q

3rd Q

4th Q

Total

1st Q 2nd Q

3rd Q

4th Q

TOTAL

83 78

124 63

86 112

83 84

376 337

1:27:48 1:33:12 1:42:37 1:39:25 6:23:02 1:47:12 1:41:48 1:32:23 1:35:35 6:36:58

ruSHING

GP-GS

PaSSING

GP-GS

reCeIvING

A.J. Green .....................10-8 Michael Moore ...............13-5 Orson Charles ...............13-3 Tavarres King.................12-9 Aron White ...................13-12 Rantavious Wooten .......12-3 Caleb King .....................10-5 Shaun Chapas ...............12-7 Richard Samuel ............. 11-6 Carlton Thomas ...............7-0 Israel Troupe..................10-0 Washaun Ealey ...............9-2 Fred Munzenmaier ........13-1 Arthur Lynch .................. 11-1 Marlon Brown ..................8-0 Branden Smith ...............13-1 Vernon Spellman .............2-0 Total. ................................13 Opponents.......................13

GP-GS

tOtal OFFeNSe

53 25 23 18 13 10 10 9 6 6 4 3 3 2 2 2 1 190 218

808 249 374 377 198 197 108 50 39 38 90 23 21 17 15 7 4 2615 2772

GP-GS

Plays

rush

Washaun Ealey ...............9-2 Caleb King .....................10-5 Richard Samuel ............. 11-6 Branden Smith ...............13-1 Carlton Thomas ...............7-0 Shaun Chapas ...............12-7 Dontavius Jackson ..........4-0 Fred Munzenmaier ........13-1 Logan Gray ....................12-0 Kalvin Daniels ..................1-0 Kevin Lanier.....................5-0 Justin Fields...................13-1 Rantavious Wooten .......12-3 Joe Cox .......................13-13 TEAM.............................13-0 Total. ................................13 Opponents.......................13

att

125 114 88 17 22 7 3 10 9 2 1 1 6 31 11 447 480

Gain

728 616 427 211 105 46 38 37 40 3 1 0 12 82 0 2346 2009

loss 11 22 32 3 13 1 0 1 5 0 0 1 14 110 40 253 369

Effic Cmp-Att-Int

Joe Cox .......................13-13 136.33 185-331-15 Logan Gray ....................12-0 30.03 5-12-2 TEAM.............................13-0 0.00 0-3-0 Total. ................................13 131.46 190-346-17 Opponents.......................13 132.31 218-388-10

Joe Cox .......................13-13 Washaun Ealey ...............9-2 Caleb King .....................10-5 Richard Samuel ............. 11-6 Branden Smith ...............13-1 Carlton Thomas ...............7-0 Logan Gray ....................12-0 Shaun Chapas ...............12-7 Dontavius Jackson ..........4-0 Fred Munzenmaier ........13-1 Kalvin Daniels ..................1-0 Kevin Lanier.....................5-0 Justin Fields...................13-1 Rantavious Wooten .......12-3 TEAM.............................13-0 Total .................................13 Opponents.......................13

No.

362 125 114 88 17 22 21 7 3 10 2 1 1 6 14 793 868

Yds

-28 717 594 395 208 92 35 45 38 36 3 1 -1 -2 -40 2093 1640

Net

717 594 395 208 92 45 38 36 35 3 1 -1 -2 -28 -40 2093 1640

Pct

avg

5.7 5.2 4.5 12.2 4.2 6.4 12.7 3.6 3.9 1.5 1.0 -1.0 -0.3 -0.9 -3.1 4.7 3.4

2584 31 0 2615 2772

Avg

TD 6 5 3 1 4 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 24 25

Pass total

2584 0 0 0 0 0 31 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2615 2772

td long 3 7 2 2 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 12

Yds TD

55.9 41.7 0.0 54.9 56.2

15.2 10.0 16.3 20.9 15.2 19.7 10.8 5.6 6.5 6.3 22.5 7.7 7.0 8.5 7.5 3.5 4.0 13.8 12.7

Top Tackler Curran/Dowtin (8) Curran (15) Curran (10) Curran (6) Curran (16) Curran (8) Curran (9) Three players (7) Dowtin (7) Curran (12) Curran (13) Curran (15) Dowtin (9)

2556 717 594 395 208 92 66 45 38 36 3 1 -1 -2 -40 4708 4412

24 0 0 24 25

avg/G

44 TTU 79.7 75 GT 59.4 80 AR 35.9 61 SC 16.0 13 UT 13.1 22 TA&M 3.8 19 VU 9.5 14 TA&M 2.8 20 TTU 2.9 2 TTU 3.0 1 TA&M 0.2 0 TTU -0.1 7 AU -0.2 17 AU -2.2 0 -3.1 80 AR 161.0 49 UF 126.2

Long

Avg/G

Long

Avg/G

65 VU 198.8 10 TTU 2.6 0 0.0 65 VU 201.2 76 GT 213.2 65 VU 80.8 23 AR 19.2 44 AR 28.8 50 AR 31.4 27 TTU 15.2 43 UK 16.4 32 TA&M 10.8 12 UT 4.2 16 SC 3.5 17 OSU 5.4 50 AU 9.0 20 UF 2.6 9 VU 1.6 10 TTU 1.5 9 UT 1.9 4 VU 0.5 4 TTU 2.0 65 VU 201.2 76 GT 213.2

avg/P 7.1 5.7 5.2 4.5 12.2 4.2 3.1 6.4 12.7 3.6 1.5 1.0 -1.0 -0.3 -2.9 5.9 5.1

avg/G 196.6 79.7 59.4 35.9 16.0 13.1 5.5 3.8 9.5 2.8 3.0 0.2 -0.1 -0.2 -3.1 362.2 339.4


2009 STATISTICS PuNt returNS

No.

Prince Miller ........................ 19 Bacarri Rambo...................... 1 Zach Renner ......................... 1 Carlton Thomas .................... 1 Logan Gray ........................... 1 Total. .................................. 23 Opponents......................... 23

226 21 11 -1 -2 255 242

INterCePtIONS

No.

Yds

KICK returNS

No.

FUmBLE returNS

No.

Reshad Jones....................... 4 Brandon Boykin .................... 3 Bacarri Rambo...................... 2 Sanders Commings .............. 1 Total. .................................. 10 Opponents......................... 17

Brandon Boykin .................. 38 Branden Smith .................... 16 Fred Munzenmaier ............... 2 Shaun Chapas ...................... 2 Kevin Lanier.......................... 1 Justin Fields.......................... 1 Total. .................................. 60 Opponents......................... 56

Rennie Curran ...................... 1 Total. .................................... 1 Opponents........................... 2

all PurPOSe

Yds

89 3 28 15 135 171

Yds

Avg

TD Long

Avg

TD Long

11.9 21.0 11.0 -1.0 -2.0 11.1 10.5

22.2 1.0 14.0 15.0 13.5 10.1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 1 0 1 3

55 VU 0 TA&M 11 UT 0 OSU 0 VU 55 VU 21 ASU

59 TA&M 2 LSU 28 UT 15 TA&M 59 TA&M 47 ASU

988 279 23 16 11 10 1327 1440

26.0 17.4 11.5 8.0 11.0 10.0 22.1 25.7

Avg

TD Long

Yds

Avg

TD Long

3 3 55

3.0 3.0 27.5

3 0 0 0 0 0 3 1

100 SC,UT 48 SC 14 ASU 16 SC 11 AR 10 AU 100 SC,UT 99 AU

0 3 AR 0 3 AR 0 46 UT

GP Rush Rec Ret Tot Avg/G

Brandon Boykin .............. 13 A.J. Green ...................... 10 Washaun Ealey ................ 9 Caleb King ...................... 10 Branden Smith ................ 13 Richard Samuel .............. 11 Tavarres King.................. 12 Orson Charles ................ 13 Michael Moore ................ 13 Prince Miller .................... 13 Aron White ...................... 13 Rantavious Wooten ........ 12 Carlton Thomas ................ 7 Shaun Chapas ................ 12 Israel Troupe................... 10 Reshad Jones................. 13 Fred Munzenmaier ......... 13 Bacarri Rambo................ 11 Dontavius Jackson ........... 4 Logan Gray ..................... 12 Arthur Lynch ................... 11 Marlon Brown ................... 8 Sanders Commings ........ 13 Kevin Lanier...................... 5 Zach Renner ................... 11 Justin Fields.................... 13 Vernon Spellman .............. 2 Kalvin Daniels ................... 1 Joe Cox .......................... 13 TEAM.............................. 13 Total. .............................. 13 Opponents..................... 13

0 0 0 808 717 23 594 108 208 7 395 39 0 377 0 374 0 249 0 0 0 198 -2 197 92 38 45 50 0 90 0 0 36 21 0 0 38 0 35 0 0 17 0 15 0 0 1 0 0 0 -1 0 0 4 3 0 -28 0 -40 0 2093 2615 1640 2772

PuNtING

Avg Long

No.

Yds

991 991 0 808 0 740 0 702 279 494 0 434 0 377 0 374 0 249 226 226 0 198 0 195 -1 129 16 111 0 90 89 89 23 80 49 49 0 38 -2 33 0 17 0 15 15 15 11 12 11 11 10 9 0 4 0 3 0 -28 0 -40 1717 6425 1853 6265

76.2 80.8 82.2 70.2 38.0 39.5 31.4 28.8 19.2 17.4 15.2 16.2 18.4 9.2 9.0 6.8 6.2 4.5 9.5 2.8 1.5 1.9 1.2 2.4 1.0 0.7 2.0 3.0 -2.2 -3.1 494.2 481.9

TB FC I20 Blk

Drew Butler ......... 56 2691 48.1 75 OSU 5 10 19 Total. .................. 56 2691 48.1 75 OSU 5 10 19 Opponents......... 70 2801 40.0 69 ASU 4 19 21

0 0 2

deFeNSe

GP-GS Solo Ast Tot

Rennie Curran .............13-12 Reshad Jones..............13-13 Marcus Dowtin ............... 11-4 Brandon Boykin ...........13-12 Bryan Evans ................13-13 Darryl Gamble ............. 13-11 Prince Miller .................13-13 Justin Houston .............10-10 Geno Atkins ...................13-3 Jeff Owens...................13-13 Akeem Dent .....................8-4 Demarcus Dobbs .........13-13 Kade Weston ...............13-10 Bacarri Rambo............... 11-0 Darius Dewberry ............ 11-6 Vance Cuff .......................9-1 Christian Robinson ........12-0 Brandon Wood...............10-0 Branden Smith ...............13-1 Cornelius Washington ...13-1 DeAngelo Tyson ............13-0 Sanders Commings .......13-0 Chad Gloer ....................10-0 Nick Williams ................. 11-1 Marcus Washington .......12-1 Abry Jones.....................12-0 Michael Gilliard ..............12-0 Brandon Wheeling ...........9-0 Montez Robinson........... 11-0 Shawn Williams .............13-0 Quintin Banks ..................4-0 Akeem Hebron.................3-0 Roderick Battle ................2-2 Jeremy Longo ..................3-0 Makiri Pugh......................9-0 Kiante Tripp .....................4-0 Stephen Braue.................2-0 Total. .............................13-0

66 64 130 44 29 73 24 33 57 40 14 54 29 21 50 26 21 47 27 15 42 22 17 39 22 14 36 14 18 32 13 19 32 11 19 30 12 17 29 20 5 25 9 14 23 12 9 21 8 11 19 5 9 14 9 5 14 9 4 13 2 10 12 6 6 12 3 6 9 3 6 9 5 4 9 5 3 8 4 3 7 4 3 7 4 1 5 3 2 5 3 . 3 2 1 3 3 . 3 . 2 2 1 1 2 . 1 1 . . . 470 407 877

TFL/ Yds

5.0-10 4.5-11 7.0-22 2.5-5 0.5-1 2.0-12 5.0-13 15.0-59 10.5-51 4.0-16 2.5-12 5.5-35 6.5-28 . 0.5-1 1.5-6 2.5-5 . 0.5-2 5.0-31 . 0.5-0 . . 2.0-4 2.0-7 . 1.0-2 2.5-11 . 1.0-3 . . 0.5-1 . . . 90-348

Sacks/ Yds

Int/ Yds

0.5-2 . . 4-89 2.0-13 . . 3-3 . . 1.0-11 . . . 7.5-42 . 3.0-29 . 1.5-12 . 0.5-7 . 4.5-33 . 2.5-15 . . 2-28 . . . . . . . . . . 4.0-24 . . . . 1-15 . . . . . . 1.0-6 . . . . . 2.0-10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30-204 10-135

PBU

3 7 1 6 3 2 2 1 . . . 4 . 5 . 2 . 1 2 . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 41

QBP

10 2 6 1 . 3 1 18 33 13 2 18 26 . . 1 . 3 . 15 5 . . 3 . 6 . 1 2 . . . 3 . . 1 . 173

CAUSED FUmBLES (9): Dobbs, 3; Atkins, 1; Dewberry, 1; Gamble, 1; Houston, 1; Jones, 1; Miller, 1.

FUmBLE RECOvERIES (2): Atkins, 1; Curran, 1. BLOCKED KICKS (3): Green, FG vs. ASU; Renner, Punt vs. UT; Tyson, PAT vs. SC; Rambo, Punt vs. TA&M; Atkins, FG vs. TA&M.

SCOrING

TD

FGs

Blair Walsh ................... 0 20-22 Caleb King .................... 8 0-0 A.J. Green .................... 6 0-0 Michael Moore .............. 5 0-0 Aron White .................... 4 0-0 Washaun Ealey ............ 3 0-0 Orson Charles .............. 3 0-0 Brandon Boykin ............ 3 0-0 Shaun Chapas .............. 2 0-0 Richard Samuel ............ 2 0-0 Fred Munzenmaier ....... 2 0-0 Branden Smith .............. 2 0-0 Rantavious Wooten ...... 2 0-0 Tavarres King................ 1 0-0 Bacarri Rambo.............. 1 0-0 Israel Troupe................. 1 0-0 TEAM............................ 0 0-0 Joe Cox ........................ 0 0-0 Total. .......................... 45 20-22 Opponents................. 41 17-20

|------------- Pats -------------| Kick Rush Rcv Pass

42-42 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 42-43 36-37

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 1-2 1-2

DXP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Saf Points 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1

102 48 38 30 24 18 18 18 12 12 12 12 12 6 6 6 2 0 376 337

Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg

Blk

CONSeCutIve PatS made: Walsh, 92; Georgia, 0; Opponents, 31.

FIeld GOalS

FGm-FGA

Blair Walsh ............20-22 Total ......................20-22 Opponents................17-20

90.9 90.9 85.0

0-0 0-0 0-0

4-4 4-4 6-6

5-6 5-6 6-7

7-7 7-7 4-5

4-5 4-5 1-2

53 OSU 53 OSU 56 UF

61

0 0 1


2009 STATISTICS GAmE-BY-GAmE INDIvIDUAL OFFENSIvE STATISTICS rushing

No-Yds/TD

Receiving

No-Yds/TD

Punt Returns

No-Yds/TD

Kick Returns

Brandon Boykin .............38-988 Branden Smith ...............16-279 F. Munzenmaier ...............2-23 Shaun Chapas .................2-16 Kevin Lanier..................... 1-11 Justin Fields.....................1-10

No-Yds/TD

1-23 2-28 1-14 DNP -

4-187 2-56 1-9 -

6-146 1-10 1-11 -

2-25 1-16 -

2-20 2-28 -

4-128 3-53 DNP -

Int. Returns

No-Yds/TD

OSU

SC

ARK

ASU

LSU

UT

Washaun Ealey .......... 125-717/3 Caleb King ...................114-594/7 Richard Samuel ........... 88-395/2 Branden Smith ............. 17-208/2 Carlton Thomas ............ 22-92/0 Shaun Chapas ............... 7-45/1 D. Jackson ..................... 3-38/0 F. Munzenmaier ............ 10-36/2 Logan Gray .................... 9-35/0 Kalvin Daniels ................. 2-3/0 Kevin Lanier.................... 1-1/0 Justin Fields....................1--1/0 R. Wooten.......................6--2/0 Joe Cox ........................31--28/0 TEAM............................ 11--40/0 A.J. Green ................... 53-808/6 Tavarres King............... 18-377/1 Orson Charles ............. 23-374/3 Michael Moore ............. 25-249/5 Aron White ................... 13-198/4 R. Wooten.................... 10-197/2 Caleb King ................... 10-108/1 Israel Troupe.................. 4-90/1 Shaun Chapas ............... 9-50/1 Richard Samuel ............. 6-39/0 Carlton Thomas ............. 6-38/0 Washaun Ealey ............. 3-23/0 F. Munzenmaier ............. 3-21/0 Arthur Lynch .................. 2-17/0 Marlon Brown ................ 2-15/0 Branden Smith ................ 2-7/0 Vernon Spellman ............ 1-4/0 Prince Miller ...................19-226 Bacarri Rambo.................1-21 Zach Renner .................... 1-11 Carlton Thomas ............... 1--1 Logan Gray ...................... 1--2

Reshad Jones..................4-89 Brandon Boykin ................3-3 Bacarri Rambo.................2-28 S. Commings ...................1-15

Passing Att Cmp Joe Cox Oklahoma State ......30 15 South Carolina ........24 17 Arkansas.................25 18 Arizona State ..........31 17 LSU.........................34 18 Tennessee ..............34 19 Vanderbilt................31 16 Florida.....................20 11 Tennessee Tech......13 10 Auburn ....................17 9 Kentucky .................30 12 Georgia Tech ..........14 8 Texas A&M..............28 15 TOTALS ...............331 185 Att Cmp Logan Gray Tennessee ................4 1 Florida.......................3 0 Tennessee Tech........5 4 TOTALS .................12 5

62

Int 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 3 0 0 2 0 1 15

OSU

DNP DNP 20-87/0 3-11/0 3-1/0 1-3/0 1-2/0 DNP DNP DNP 2--9/0 -

SC

OSU

SC

4-52/0 1-4/0 2-46/0 2-6/1 1-12/0 DNP DNP 1-10/0 1-11/0 2-18/0 DNP DNP 1-3/0 DNP

OSU 2-4 1--1 -

ASU

7-137/2 2-64/1 2-62/1 6-91/0 1-21/1 DNP DNP DNP

SC

ARK

SC

-

ARK

6-86/1 3-27/0 2-38/0 2-23/1 DNP 1-4/0 3-23/0 DNP DNP 1-3 -

OSU

Pct

ARK

DNP DNP DNP DNP 11-59/0 11-55/0 15-65/1 16-104/1 11-25/0 2-65/1 1-4/0 6-22/0 1-2/0 DNP 1--1/0 DNP DNP 4-6/1 DNP DNP DNP 1-0/0 1-3/0 4--24/0 4--11/0 2-6/0 2--21/0 2--3/0 1--2/0

1-0 Yds

TD

50.0 162 70.8 201 72.0 375 54.8 242 52.9 229 55.9 146 51.6 226 55.0 165 76.9 140 52.9 173 40.0 291 57.1 76 53.6 158 55.9 2584

1 2 5 1 2 0 2 2 2 1 3 1 2 24

Int

Pct

Yds

TD

0 1 1 2

25.0 0.0 80.0 41.7

6 0 25 31

0 0 0 0

ASU

1-0 -

5-99/1 2-57/0 2-23/0 1-2/0 1-9/0 3-30/0 DNP 4-9/1 DNP DNP DNP

ASU

LSU

ASU

-

1-0 -

Long Sack Yds 29 34 50 56 46 21 65 26 27 50 43 23 32 65

DNP -

LSU

1-2 -

Effic

9 21 9 0 0 0 7 20 0 20 0 5 0 91

99.7 160.3 256.0 118.2 123.0 80.2 127.7 127.3 218.2 157.8 141.1 126.3 117.4 136.3

Long Sack Yds

Effic

6 0 10 10

2 2 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 2 0 1 0 11

LSU

8-153/1 2-18/0 1-0/0 2-6/0 1-16/0 2-38/0 DNP 1-11/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 3-36 DNP -

ARK

LSU

8-33/0 8-7/0 4-11/0 DNP DNP 2--8/0 1-8/0 1--6/0

0 1 0 1

0 5 0 5

37.6 -66.7 82.0 30.0

UT

10-18/0 DNP 5-25/0 3-30/0 DNP 2-6/0 DNP DNP 2-10/0 -

UT

8-60/0 DNP 6-49/0 DNP 1-12/0 1-6/0 2-10/0 2-15/0 DNP

UT

2-20 1-11 -

UT

1-28 -

vU

13-71/0 5-14/1 6-18/0 1-2/0 6-27/0 DNP 3-38/0 2-10/1 DNP DNP 1--7/0 -

vU

UF

17-70/0 5-19/0 6-40/0 DNP DNP 1--5/0 DNP DNP 4--3/0 -

UF

3-95/1 1-6/0 1-21/0 2-14/0 1-35/0 1-21/1 DNP DNP 1--1/0 2-10/0 3-21/0 1-4/0 DNP

3-50/0 2-29/0 2-18/0 1-4/1 1-26/1 1-18/0 DNP 1-20/0 DNP DNP

vU

UF

2-95 1--2

vU

TTU

7-89/2 12-71/0 5-20/0 3-72/1 3-10/0 DNP 5-32/0 2-3/0 DNP 1--1/0 1-8/0 -

TTU

DNP 1-16/0 3-42/1 1-6/1 2-53/0 2-17/0 2-10/0 2-17/0 1-4/0

TTU

DNP -

5-45 -

UF

TTU

3-71 DNP DNP -

6-114 1-15 DNP -

1-0 DNP -

vU

UF

TTU

1-9 -

-

-

AU

18-98/1 10-66/2 3-2/0 DNP DNP DNP 1-7/0 4--2/0 2--2/0

AU

3-19/0 1-47/0 1-34/0 1-5/0 2-62/1 1-6/0 DNP DNP

AU

1-3 DNP -

AU

UK

TA&m

UK

GT

TA&m

DNP 3-109/0 4-73/1 1-15/0 2-64/2 1-13/0 1-17/0 DNP DNP

DNP 1-9/0 1-13/1 2-21/0 2-25/0 1--3/0 1-11/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP

6-57/0 2-8/0 2-34/0 2-26/2 1-32/0 1-4/0 DNP DNP 1--3/0 -

UK

GT

TA&m

2-20 DNP DNP -

UK

3-52 1-23 DNP 1-10

4-103 1-6 DNP -

AU

UK

1-21 1-1 -

GT

19-77/0 20-183/0 13-78/0 18-77/0 18-166/2 16-60/2 DNP DNP 3-52/0 1-0/0 DNP DNP DNP 5-43/1 DNP DNP DNP 4-20/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-1/0 1--4/0 3--6/0 2--4/0 1-6/0 DNP 3--6/0 -

DNP -

DNP DNP DNP DNP

GT

1-21 DNP -

TA&m

1-9 3-60 DNP -

2-107 -

GT

TA&m

1-0 DNP -

1-59 1-15


2009 STATISTICS Tackles

UT-AT Tot.

Rennie Curran ........... 66-64 130 Reshad Jones............ 44-29 73 Marcus Dowtin ........... 24-33 57 Brandon Boykin ......... 40-14 54 Bryan Evans .............. 29-21 50 Darryl Gamble ........... 26-21 47 Prince Miller ............... 27-15 42 Justin Houston ........... 22-17 39 Geno Atkins ............... 22-14 36 Jeff Owens................. 14-18 32 Akeem Dent ............... 13-19 32 Demarcus Dobbs ........11-19 30 Kade Weston ............. 12-17 29 Bacarri Rambo............. 20-5 25 Darius Dewberry .......... 9-14 23 Vance Cuff ................... 12-9 21 C. Robinson ..................8-11 19 Brandon Wood............... 5-9 14 Branden Smith ............... 9-5 14 C. Washington ............... 9-4 13 DeAngelo Tyson .......... 2-10 12 S. Commings ................. 6-6 12 M. Washington ............... 5-4 9 Nick Williams ................. 3-6 9 Chad Gloer .................... 3-6 9 Abry Jones..................... 5-3 8 B. Wheeling ................... 4-3 7 M. Gilliard ...................... 4-3 7 Montez Robinson........... 4-1 5 Shawn Williams ............. 3-2 5 Quintin Banks ................ 3-0 3 Akeem Hebron............... 2-1 3 Roderick Battle .............. 3-0 3 Makiri Pugh.................... 1-1 2 Jeremy Longo ................ 0-2 2 Kiante Tripp ................... 0-1 1

Tackles for loss UT-AT Tot.

Justin Houston ..............11-8 Geno Atkins ................... 9-3 Marcus Dowtin ............... 4-6 Kade Weston ................. 5-3 Demarcus Dobbs ........... 2-7 Rennie Curran ............... 3-4 C. Washington ............... 5-0 Prince Miller ................... 5-0 Reshad Jones................ 3-3 Jeff Owens..................... 3-2 Montez Robinson........... 2-1 Brandon Boykin ............. 1-3 Akeem Dent ................... 1-3 C. Robinson ................... 2-1 M. Washington ............... 2-0 Darryl Gamble ............... 2-0 Abry Jones..................... 2-0 Vance Cuff ..................... 1-1 Quintin Banks ................ 1-0 B. Wheeling ................... 1-0 S. Commings ................. 0-1 Branden Smith ............... 0-1 Darius Dewberry ............ 0-1 Jeremy Longo ................ 0-1 Bryan Evans .................. 0-1

Sacks

15.0 10.5 7.0 6.5 5.5 5.0 5.0 5.0 4.5 4.0 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.0 1.0 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5

UT-AT Tot.

Justin Houston ............... 6-3 Demarcus Dobbs ........... 2-5 C. Washington ............... 4-0 Geno Atkins ................... 2-2 Kade Weston ................. 2-1 Montez Robinson........... 2-0 Marcus Dowtin ............... 1-2 Jeff Owens..................... 1-1 Abry Jones..................... 1-0 Darryl Gamble ............... 1-0 Rennie Curran ............... 0-1 Akeem Dent ................... 0-1

7.5 4.5 4.0 3.0 2.5 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.0 1.0 0.5 0.5

OSU

7-1 1-1 7-1 2-1 1-1 6-0 1-0 DNP 1-0 2-0 0-1 3-1 3-0 2-0 3-1 3-2 DNP 1-0 1-0 1-0 DNP DNP 3-0 DNP DNP DNP

OSU

DNP 1.0-1 0.5-1 0.5-1 DNP DNP -

OSU

DNP -

SC

9-6 5-4 2-4 4-0 3-5 5-4 1-0 DNP 0-2 4-3 1-1 0-1 0-1 DNP 3-0 DNP 1-0 1-0 0-2 2-0 DNP 1-0 1-1 1-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP -

SC

ARK

4-6 2-1 0-3 2-3 2-0 3-1 1-1 4-3 0-1 1-0 DNP 0-1 1-2 DNP 0-1 DNP 2-0 0-1 0-2 0-1 1-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

ARK

DNP 0.5-0 1.0-5 1.0-11 DNP 1.0-2 DNP DNP 0.5-1

0.5-1 0.5-0 0.5-1 0.5-2 0.5-2 1.0-5 0.5-1 DNP 1.0-1 1.0-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP -

SC

ARK

DNP 1.0-5 1.0-11 -

0.5-2 1.0-5 0.5-2 DNP

ASU

3-3 3-2 2-2 3-2 1-3 0-3 1-1 4-0 2-0 1-0 DNP 0-1 1-0 2-2 0-3 DNP 0-2 0-1 1-1 2-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

ASU

2.0-13 2.0-6 0.5-1 1.0-1 1.0-1 1.0-1 1.0-3 DNP DNP DNP 0.5-0 DNP -

ASU

1.0-10 DNP

LSU

7-9 9-1 2-3 4-0 2-0 1-3 2-3 4-2 1-1 1-6 DNP 0-4 2-3 1-0 2-2 DNP 2-1 2-0 DNP 1-0 0-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

LSU

UT

4-4 2-4 DNP 1-2 4-2 1-3 2-0 2-1 3-0 3-1 DNP 0-4 3-1 2-3 DNP 1-2 1-3 1-1 1-0 0-1 1-0 0-1 DNP 1-0 0-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

UT

2.0-8 1.5-5 1.0-8 0.5-2 1.5-3 1.0-2 0.5-5 DNP 1.0-6 DNP DNP DNP -

1.5-3 DNP 0.5-1 DNP 1.0-1 DNP DNP DNP -

LSU

UT

2.0-8 0.5-2 1.0-8 0.5-3 0.5-5 1.0-6 0.5-2 DNP

DNP DNP

vU

5-4 4-4 DNP 5-0 3-0 2-4 0-1 2-2 4-4 2-0 DNP 2-2 1-0 3-0 1-2 DNP 2-1 1-0 1-3 0-1 0-1 1-0 DNP 0-1 DNP 1-0 0-1 2-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP

vU

1.5-6 1.0-6 DNP 1.0-5 1.5-9 0.5-1 1.5-4 DNP DNP 1.0-3 DNP 0.5-2 0.5-1 DNP -

vU

1.0-6 1.0-8 1.0-5 DNP DNP

UF

5-2 5-2 0-3 7-0 3-1 2-0 3-1 2-1 2-0 1-0 0-1 1-2 0-2 1-0 0-1 3-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-1 1-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP

UF

2.0-5 1.0-1 0.5-3 0.5-2 1.0-2 DNP -

UF

1.0-1 0.5-2 0.5-3 -

TTU

2-1 1-0 3-4 1-1 3-1 0-2 DNP 2-2 1-1 0-1 0-3 0-2 2-0 2-3 1-1 1-0 2-0 2-2 0-1 1-0 1-2 4-1 0-1 DNP 0-1 0-1 0-1

TTU

DNP 3.0-22 1.5-7 1.0-13 1.0-3 1.0-7 1.5-3 2.5-11 1.0-3 2.0-4 0.5-1 -

TTU

DNP 1.0-13 1.0-7 1.0-14 2.0-10 1.0-7 -

AU

6-6 1-1 3-5 3-2 2-1 5-2 2-0 2-0 0-2 3-3 2-1 1-1 3-0 0-4 0-2 1-0 2-1 0-1 0-2 1-3 0-1 DNP 1-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP -

AU

2.0-8 1.0-9 1.5-11 1.0-7 1.0-3 0.5-0 1.5-3 0.5-1 DNP DNP DNP -

AU

1.0-6 1.0-7 1.0-9 -

UK

4-9 3-5 2-6 2-1 1-1 5-2 1-2 1-3 1-0 1-2 1-1 DNP 0-1 5-3 1-0 0-1 0-2 0-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

UK

1.5-5 1.5-3 2.0-7 1.5-5 1.0-7 DNP 1.5-6 DNP DNP -

UK

1.0-4 DNP 1.0-7 -

GT

TA&m

GT

TA&m

GT

TA&m

8-7 3-4 1-3 2-0 0-3 1-0 2-1 1-5 1-3 1-5 4-7 0-2 2-0 DNP 1-0 0-2 DNP 0-1 1-3 DNP DNP 0-1 DNP DNP 0-1 1-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP

2-6 5-0 5-4 6-0 2-2 2-1 4-1 0-1 3-0 0-1 1-1 2-1 0-1 3-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 1-0 1-2 1-0 1-2 1-0 1-0 0-1 DNP DNP 3-0 2-1 DNP 1-0 0-1 -

2.0-10 1.0-1 0.5-1 0.5-0 1.0-9 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0.5-7 DNP 0.5-7

1.0-6 1.0-2 1.0-6 1.0-7 1.0-1 DNP 1.0-6 1.0-6 DNP -

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2009 STATISTICS GAmE-BY-GAmE INDIvIDUAL PARTICIPATION

Participation

79 56 31 1B 41 6B 32 60 2 3B 5 15 10 13 49 7 19 14 98 25 35 20 63 78 51 64 52 58 38 24 3 46 69 50 55 71 47 6 8 76 70 37 65 42 27 9J 26 93 61 9 4 12 4L 53 88 23 82 48 59 95 67 74 29 18 80 86 45 90 22 1 87 77 30 75 28 94 72 57 83 44 91 96 81 39 36 97 17

GP/GS

Justin Anderson..........13/9 Geno Atkins ............13/3 Quintin Banks ............4/0 Jonathan Batson .........1/0 Roderick Battle ............2/2 John Bodin .............1/0 Brandon Bogotay ........2/0 Clint Boling .............13/13 Brandon Boykin ........13/12 T. Bradberry ..............1/0 Stephen Braue ..........2/0 Marlon Brown ...........8/0 Marquise Brown .........1/0 Drew Butler ............13/0 Shaun Chapas ........12/7 Orson Charles ..........13/3 S. Commings ..........13/0 Joe Cox .............13/13 R. Crawford .............1/0 Vance Cuff ..............9/1 Rennie Curran .........13/12 Kalvin Daniels ............3/0 Chris Davis ............13/11 Josh Davis ..............6/6 Akeem Dent ...........8/4 Matthew DeGenova ....1/0 Darius Dewberry ........11/6 Demarcus Dobbs .....13/13 Marcus Dowtin .........11/4 Washaun Ealey .........9/2 Bryan Evans ..........13/13 Justin Fields .............13/1 Ty Frix ................13/0 Darryl Gamble .........13/11 M. Gilliard ...............12/0 Cordy Glenn ..........13/13 Chad Gloer ............10/0 Logan Gray ...........12/0 A.J. Green .............10/8 Ben Harden ............2/0 A.J. Harmon ............4/0 Akeem Hebron .........3/0 Devin Hollander ...........2/0 Justin Houston .........10/10 D. Jackson .............4/0 Andrew Jensen ...........1/0 Andrew Johnson ........1/0 Abry Jones ............12/0 Ben Jones ...........13/13 Reshad Jones ........13/13 Caleb King .............10/5 Tavarres King ...........12/9 Kevin Lanier .............5/0 Jeremy Longo ..........3/0 Arthur Lynch ............11/1 Prince Miller ............13/13 Michael Moore ..........13/5 F. Munzenmaier .........13/1 Casey Nickels ..........11/0 Jeff Owens ...........13/13 Jonathan Owens ........1/0 Kevin Perez .............3/0 Makiri Pugh .............9/0 Bacarri Rambo .........11/0 Zach Renner ..........11/0 Derek Rich .............5/0 C. Robinson ...........12/0 Montez Robinson .......11/0 Richard Samuel .........11/6 Branden Smith .........13/1 Vernon Spellman .........2/0 T. Sturdivant ..............1/1 Carlton Thomas ..........7/0 Kiante Tripp ..............4/0 Israel Troupe ............10/0 DeAngelo Tyson ........13/0 Vince Vance ...........13/4 Blair Walsh .............13/0 C. Washington ..........13/0 M. Washington .........12/1 Kade Weston .........13/10 B. Wheeling .............9/0 Aron White ...........13/12 Nick Williams ............12/1 Shawn Williams .........13/0 Brandon Wood ........10/0 R. Wooten ............12/3

64

OSU

XXX START . . START . . START START . . . . XXX START XXX XXX START . XXX START XXX START . XXX . START START XXX . START XXX XXX START XXX START XXX XXX START . . . . . XXX . . XXX START START . XXX . . XXX START START XXX . START . . . XXX XXX . XXX XXX START XXX . START XXX . XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX START XXX XXX . .

SC

START START . . START . XXX START START . . XXX . XXX XXX XXX XXX START . XXX START . XXX . XXX . . START START . START XXX XXX START XXX START XXX XXX START . . . . . XXX . . XXX START START . START XXX . XXX START START XXX XXX START . . . XXX XXX . XXX XXX START XXX . . XXX XXX XXX XXX START XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX START . XXX . XXX

ARK

START START . . . . XXX START START . . . . XXX START XXX XXX START . XXX START XXX XXX . . . . START START . START XXX XXX START XXX START XXX XXX START . . XXX . START . . . XXX START START XXX START XXX . XXX START XXX XXX XXX START . . XXX XXX XXX . XXX XXX START XXX . . XXX . XXX XXX START XXX XXX XXX XXX . START XXX XXX . XXX

ASU

START XXX . . . . . START START . . . . XXX START XXX XXX START . . START . START . . . START START XXX . START XXX XXX START XXX START XXX XXX START . . . . START . . . XXX START START XXX START XXX . XXX START XXX XXX XXX START . . . XXX XXX . XXX XXX START XXX . . . . . XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX START XXX START XXX XXX XXX XXX

LSU

START XXX . . . . . START START . XXX . . XXX START XXX XXX START . . START . START . . . START START XXX XXX START START XXX START XXX START . XXX XXX . . . . START XXX . . XXX START START XXX XXX XXX . XXX START START XXX XXX START . . . XXX XXX . XXX XXX START XXX . . . . . XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX START XXX START XXX XXX XXX XXX

UT

START XXX . . . . . START START . . XXX . XXX START XXX XXX START . . START . START . . . START START . XXX START XXX XXX START XXX START . XXX XXX . . . . START . . . XXX START START . . . . START START XXX XXX . START . . XXX XXX XXX . XXX XXX START XXX . . XXX . XXX XXX START XXX XXX XXX START XXX START XXX XXX XXX XXX

vU

XXX XXX XXX . . . . START START . . XXX . XXX . XXX XXX START . . START . START START . . START START . START START XXX XXX START XXX START . XXX START . XXX . . START XXX . . XXX START START XXX START . . XXX START XXX START XXX START . XXX XXX XXX XXX . XXX XXX XXX XXX . . XXX . . XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX START . START XXX XXX XXX XXX

UF

XXX XXX . . . . . START START . . . . XXX XXX START XXX START . XXX START . START START XXX . XXX START XXX START START XXX XXX START XXX START XXX XXX START . XXX . . START . . . XXX START START XXX XXX . XXX XXX START XXX XXX XXX START . . XXX XXX XXX . XXX XXX XXX START . . . . XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX START XXX START START XXX XXX XXX

TTU

START XXX XXX XXX . XXX . START START XXX . XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX START XXX XXX START XXX START START XXX . START START XXX XXX START XXX XXX START XXX START XXX XXX . XXX XXX XXX XXX . . . XXX XXX START START START START . XXX START START START XXX XXX START XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX . XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX START XXX START XXX XXX XXX START

AU

START XXX . . . . . START START . . XXX . XXX XXX XXX XXX START . XXX START . START START START . XXX START XXX XXX START XXX XXX START XXX START XXX XXX START . . . . START . . . XXX START START START START . . . START START XXX XXX START . . XXX XXX . XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX . . XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX START . START XXX XXX XXX XXX

UK

START XXX . . . . . START START . . XXX . XXX START XXX XXX START . XXX START . START START START . XXX START XXX XXX START XXX XXX XXX XXX START XXX XXX . . . . . START . . . XXX START START START START . . XXX START XXX XXX XXX START . . XXX . XXX XXX XXX . XXX XXX . . . . XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX START START XXX START XXX XXX XXX START

GT

START XXX XXX . . . . START XXX . . XXX . XXX XXX START XXX START . START START . START START START . XXX START START XXX START XXX XXX XXX XXX START XXX . . . . . . START . . . . START START START START . . . START XXX XXX XXX START . . XXX . . XXX . XXX . XXX . . . . XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX . START . START XXX XXX XXX START

TA&m

XXX XXX XXX . . . . START START . XXX XXX . XXX START START XXX START . XXX XXX . START . START XXX XXX START START XXX START XXX XXX START . START XXX XXX START XXX XXX XXX XXX START . XXX . XXX START START START START XXX XXX XXX START XXX XXX XXX START . XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX . . XXX XXX . . XXX XXX XXX START XXX XXX XXX START XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX


2009 GAME BY GAME STATS Game-by-Game Team STaTiSTicS Offense

GeorGia at oklahoma St. GeorGia South Carolina GeorGia at arkansas GeorGia arizona State GeorGia LSU GeorGia at Tennessee GeorGia at Vanderbilt GeorGia vs. Florida GeorGia Tennessee Tech GeorGia auburn GeorGia Kentucky GeorGia at Georgia Tech Georgia Texas A&M Totals Opponent

Defense

GeorGia at oklahoma St. GeorGia South Carolina GeorGia at arkansas GeorGia arizona State GeorGia LSU GeorGia at Tennessee GeorGia at Vanderbilt GeorGia vs. Florida GeorGia Tennessee Tech GeorGia auburn GeorGia Kentucky GeorGia at Georgia Tech Georgia Texas A&M Totals Opponent

Rushing Stats----| No. yds TD Lg

30 95 0 46 172 1 29 107 2 30 114 0 36 155 1 24 77 0 31 92 1 28 88 0 24 45 0 45 156 2 22 89 0 37 162 2 37 173 2 36 122 0 33 121 0 40 210 2 39 304 3 31 -13 0 38 169 3 38 115 0 44 196 0 41 123 2 44 339 2 51 205 2 40 208 3 33 109 1 447 2093 17 480 1640 12

Solo

51 42 46 31 26 25 28 33 45 36 35 37 45 45 39 34 30 39 39 27 33 37 29 22 49 38 495 446

Receiving Stats--| No. yds TD Lg

19 14 61 23 80 23 18 22 8 33 17 39 33 21 33 49 52 10 24 20 31 12 75 26 27 14 80 49

15 162 1 11 135 2 17 201 2 31 313 2 18 375 5 21 408 5 17 242 1 10 116 1 18 229 2 18 212 0 20 152 0 20 310 4 16 226 2 17 174 1 11 165 2 15 164 2 14 165 2 11 68 0 9 173 1 20 238 2 12 291 3 9 137 3 8 76 1 6 135 1 15 158 2 29 362 2 190 2615 24 218 2772 25

ast Total

10 14 34 24 26 56 26 32 39 14 34 22 32 18 18 24 32 28 40 40 42 42 48 56 30 30 411 400

61 56 80 55 52 81 54 65 84 50 69 59 77 63 57 58 62 67 79 67 75 79 77 78 79 68 906 846

TFL-yds

2-3 4-12 4-19 3-23 6-14 7-20 9-26 3-8 9-39 4-14 3-5 5-9 9-37 5-13 5-13 6-32 15-74 5-5 9-42 6-30 9-33 5-9 5-21 4-12 5-22 5-11 90-348 62-198

29 46 34 20 50 48 56 30 46 34 21 51 65 25 26 29 27 19 50 34 43 60 23 76 32 41 65 76

Passing Stats----------| cmp-att-int yds TD Lg

Kick Returns-----| No yds TD Lg

Punt Returns-----| No yds TD Lg

14-18-1 165 2 11-16-0 68 0 9-17-0 173 1 20-28-2 238 2 12-30-2 291 3 9-17-0 137 3 8-14-0 76 1 6-13-1 135 1 15-28-1 158 2 29-59-2 362 2 190-345-17 2615 24 218-388-10 2802 25

1 3 5 134 5 85 6 222 5 109 6 150 4 69 3 82 2 107 8 157 60 1327 56 1440

5 0 1 2 2 3 0 0 1 1 23 23

15-30-1 11-22-0 17-24-1 31-53-1 18-25-1 21-39-0 17-31-2 10-32-1 18-34-1 18-27-1 20-40-2 20-27-1 16-31-1 17-34-1 11-23-4 15-21-0

Sacks-yds

0-0 2-9 2-16 2-21 2-9 1-9 1-10 0-0 6-34 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-19 1-7 2-6 3-25 6-51 0-0 3-22 2-20 2-11 0-0 1-14 1-5 2-12 0-0 30-204 12-96

162 135 201 313 375 408 242 116 229 212 152 310 226 174 165 164

FR/ FF yds

1 2 2 2 5 5 1 1 2 0 0 4 2 1 2 2

29 46 34 20 50 48 56 30 46 34 21 51 65 25 26 29

4 3 7 7 8 5 3 3 4 2 7 2 3 5 7 1

27 19 50 34 43 60 23 76 32 41 65 76

int/ yds

0 0-0 0-0 2 2-0 1-4 1 0-0 1-0 2 2-9 1-35 1 1-3 0-0 0 2-0 1-0 0 0-0 1-0 1 1-0 2-69 1 0-0 1-2 0 0-0 1-0 1 0-0 1-28 1 1-46 2-0 1 0-0 1-9 0 0-0 1-0 1 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 4-5 1 0-0 0-0 2 0-0 1-0 0 0-0 2-22 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 3 2-0 2-19 0 1-0 1-0 2 1-0 0-0 2 0-0 2-74 0 0-0 1-39 9 2-3 10-135 1411-5517-171

65 101 252 158 167 142 41 51 48 89 181 54 71 81 129 19

0 23 0 74 1 100 0 57 0 35 0 50 0 16 0 18 0 17 0 49 1 100 0 37 0 31 0 20 0 37 0 19

0 3 0 38 0 25 1 99 0 45 0 49 0 25 0 41 1 81 0 25 3 100 1 99

blk. QbH PbU Kick 9 23 18 13 20 4 18 6 11 15 13 2 152 -

6 8 3 2 6 2 4 4 1 3 3 7 3 3 1 3 2 1 4 2 1 7 1 1 6 7 41 50

0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 5 0

3 3 1 1 1 1 3 2 0 3 3 1 3 4 0 2

3 0 45 17 3 0 5 0 0 0 9 0 36 0 29 0 0 0 44 0 31 0 -4 0 93 0 13 0 0 0 31 0

45 0 3 27 20 41 0 0 21 2 255 242

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

|------- PaTs --------| att-mad Ru Rc 1-1 3-3 5-5 3-3 5-5 5-5 2-2 2-2 1-1 0-0 2-2 6-6 4-4 1-1 2-2 5-5 5-5 0-0 4-4 3-3 3-3 4-4 3-3 3-3 5-6 2-2 42-43 37-37

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

Tot Off

4 17 3 5 0 9 20 21 0 16 12 -4 55 11 0 20

257 307 308 427 530 485 334 204 274 368 241 472 399 296 286 374

25 0 3 19 22 21 0 0 21 2 55 52

469 55 342 353 487 260 415 340 366 471 4708 4412

Saf

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

65

Pts

10 24 41 37 52 41 20 17 13 20 19 45 34 10 17 41 38 0 31 24 27 34 30 24 44 20 376 337


2009 SUPERLATIVES individual & team SuperlativeS

LONGEST RUN FROM SCRIMMAGE: 80 yards by Richard Samuel vs. Arkansas LONGEST PASS PLAY: 65 yards from Joe Cox to A.J. Green vs. Vanderbilt LONGEST TOUCHDOWN RUN: 80 yards by Richard Samuel vs. Arkansas LONGEST TOUCHDOWN PASS: 65 yards from Joe Cox to A.J. Green vs. Vanderbilt LONGEST PUNT RETURN: 55 yards by Prince Miller vs. Vanderbilt LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN: 100 yards, twice, by Brandon Boykin vs. South Carolina and by Brandon Boykin vs. Tennessee LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURN: 59 yards by Reshad Jones vs. Texas A&M LONGEST FUMBLE RETURN: 3 yards by Rennie Curran vs. Arkansas LONGEST PUNT: 75 yards by Drew Butler vs. Oklahoma State LONGEST FIELD GOAL: 53 yards by Blair Walsh vs. Oklahoma State MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS: 20 by Richard Samuel vs. Oklahoma State and by Washaun Ealey vs. Georgia Tech MOST YARDS RUSHING: 183 yards by Washaun Ealey vs. Georgia Tech MOST PASS COMPLETIONS: 19 by Joe Cox vs. Tennessee MOST YARDS PASSING: 375 yards by Joe Cox vs. Arkansas MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES THROWN: 5 by Joe Cox vs. Arkansas MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES CAUGHT: 2, three times (Aron White vs. Texas A&M) MOST PASSES CAUGHT: 8, twice, by A.J. Green vs. Arizona State and by A.J. Green vs. Tennessee MOST YARDS RECEIVING: 153 yards by A.J. Green vs. Arizona State MOST POINTS SCORED BY NON-KICKER: 12, eight times, (Caleb King vs. Texas A&M) MOST POINTS SCORED BY KICKING: 15 by Blair Walsh vs. Arkansas MOST TOTAL TACKLES: 16 by Rennie Curran vs. LSU MOST SOLO TACKLES: 9 by Rennie Curran vs. South Carolina MOST SACKS: 2, twice, by Justin Houston vs. LSU and by Montez Robinson vs. Tennessee Tech MOST TACKLES FOR LOSS: 3 by Geno Atkins vs. Tennessee Tech MOST INTERCEPTIONS: 1, ten times (Reshad Jones vs. Texas A&M) MOST FUMBLES RECOVERED: 1 by Rennie Curran vs. Arkansas and by Geno Atkins vs. Georgia Tech MOST EXTRA POINTS/FIELD GOALS BLOCKED: 1, three times (Geno Atkins vs. Texas A&M) BEST PUNTING AVERAGE (min. 3 attempts): 57.0 by Drew Butler vs. Oklahoma State POINTS SCORED FIRST DOWNS by Rushing by Passing by Penalties RUSHING YARDS: PASSING YARDS: TOTAL OFFENSE TOTAL PLAYS: RUSHING ATTEMPTS: PASSING ATTEMPTS: PASSES COMPLETED: PASSES INTERCEPTED: FUMBLES: FUMBLES LOST: TURNOVERS: QUARTERBACK SACKS: TACKLES FOR LOSS: YARDS PENALIZED:

georgia High

52 vs. Arkansas 22 vs. Kentucky 15 vs. Georgia Tech 15 vs. Arkansas 3 twice (Arizona State) 339 vs. Georgia Tech 375 vs. Arkansas 530 vs. Arkansas 68 twice (Texas A&M) 44 twice (Georgia Tech) 40 vs. Tennessee 20 vs. Tennessee 4 vs. Florida 4 vs. Kentucky 2 four times (Kentucky) 4 twice (Kentucky) 6 twice (Tennessee Tech) 15 vs. Tennessee Tech 108 vs. Oklahoma State

georgia low

opponent High

10 vs. Oklahoma State 45 by Tennessee 11 vs. LSU 26 twice (Texas A&M) 1 vs. LSU 11 three times (Georgia Tech) 6 twice (Georgia Tech) 17 by Texas A&M 0 four times (Texas A&M) 4 by South Carolina 45 vs. LSU 210 by Florida 76 vs. Georgia Tech 408 by Arkansas 241 vs. Tennessee 485 by Arkansas 53 vs. South Carolina 92 by Texas A&M 22 vs. Tennessee 51 by Georgia Tech 14 vs. Georgia Tech 59 by Texas A&M 8 vs. Georgia Tech 31 by South Carolina 0 twice (Georgia Tech) 2 twice (Texas A&M) 0 three times (Texas A&M) 3 twice (Texas A&M) 0 six times (Texas A&M) 1 twice (Georgia Tech) 0 vs. Auburn 2 three times (Texas A&M) 0 three times (Georgia Tech) 3 by Florida 2 vs. Oklahoma State 7 by Arkansas 29 vs. Auburn 106 by Oklahoma State

opponent low

0 by Tennessee Tech 8 by Tennessee Tech 3 twice (Tennessee Tech) 4 twice (Georgia Tech) 0 twice (Auburn) -13 by Tennessee Tech 68 by Tennessee Tech 55 by Tennessee Tech 47 by Tennessee Tech 24 by Arkansas 13 by Georgia Tech 6 by Georgia Tech 0 five times (Kentucky) 0 three times (Kentucky) 0 eleven times (Texas A&M) 0 four times (Kentucky) 0 seven times (Texas A&M) 3 by Arizona State 20 by Kentucky

when superlative established more than twice, most recent occurrence in parenthesis

SeaSon KicKing StatiSticS KicKoFFS

no.

Blair Walsh ......... 67 Brandon Bogotay .. 2 Total.......... ......... 69 Opponents......... 68

Yds

4305 76 4381 4140

avg tB oB

64.3 38 63.5 60.9

17 0 17 4

4 0 4 2

career KicKing StatiSticS

avg Field goalS ret. Yd ln Blair Walsh 1283 1220

Field goal Sequence (makes in parenthesis) Oklahoma St. South Carolina. Arkansas Arizona State LSU Tennessee Vanderbilt Florida Tennessee Tech Auburn Kentucky Georgia Tech

66

30 28

ga

(53) (50)(42) (35)(37)(31) (21)(37) 32 (52) (42)(43) (49) (24) (51) (21)(45) (22)(38)(43)55

Fgm-Fga

2008 ..........................15-23 2009...........................19-21 Total ..........................34-44

pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 long

65.2 90.5 77.2

no ret

0-0 6-8 0-0 4-4 0-0 10-12

ret

pct

4-6 5-6 9-12

3-4 6-6 9-10

net

2-5 4-5 6-10

pct

52 GSU 53 OSU 53 OSU

net punting no. Yds avg ret Yds avg ret tB avg Blk i20 i20 long Drew Butler 2008..................3 107 35.7 2009................502442 48.8 Totals ............5325494812

0 0 0.0 0.0 2 22.3 22 230 10.4 44.0 3 43.0 22 230 10.4 41.5 5 41.9

0 0 0

Blk 2 0 2

50+

1 33.3 40 MSU 0 17 34.0 75 OSU 26 18 33.9 75 OSU 26


THE LAST TIME IN A SINGLE GAME THAT GEORGIA HAD...

30 or more first downs – Kentucky 2002 (33) 25–29 first downs – Vanderbilt 2008 (25) 11–15 first downs - Tennessee 2009 (13) 10 or fewer first downs – Virginia Tech 2006 (9) 500 or more yards rushing – South Carolina 1974 (502) 400 or more yards rushing – Vanderbilt 1990 (414) 300–399 yards rushing –Georgia Tech 2009 (339) 51–100 yards rushing – Tennessee 2009 (89) 50 or fewer yards rushing - LSU 2009 (45) Two 100–yard rushers – Georgia Tech 2009 – Ealey (183) & C. King (166) 400 or more yards passing – Ga. Tech 2008 (407) 300–399 yards passing – Arkansas 2009 (375) 51–100 yards passing – Georgia Tech 2009 (76) 50 or fewer yards passing – Auburn 1990 (28) Zero yards passing – Auburn 1976 Two 100–yard passers – Kentucky 2002 – Greene (251) & Shockley (102) Two 100–yard receivers – Auburn 2005 – Massaquoi (108) & Pope (102) 100–yard rusher & receiver – Kentucky 2008 – Moreno (123) & Massaquoi (191) 600 or more yards total offense – Vanderbilt 2002 (606) 500–599 yards total offense – Arkansas 2009 (530) 150 or fewer yards total offense – Clemson 1990 (131) 100 or more plays total offense – Kentucky 1967 (105) 70–79 points – Northeast Louisiana 1994 (70) 60–69 points – Kentucky 2004 (62) Zero points – Alabama 1995 (31–0) Five or more rushing TDs – C. Michigan 2008 (5) Five or more passing TDs – Arkansas 2009 (5) Both Returned a punt & a kick–off for TDs – Tennessee 2006 Recorded a safety – Tennessee 2009 (Z. Renner blocked punt into endzone) Both Blocked a punt & a field goal – Texas A&M 2009 Both Recovered & Returned Fumbles for TDs – Virginia 2000 Zero punts – Georgia Tech 2009 Zero penalties – Northeast Louisiana 1997 Zero penalties & zero turnovers – Northeast Louisiana 1997

IN A SINGLE GAME THAT A GEORGIA PLAYER...

Rushed 45 or more times – Herschel Walker vs. Florida 1981 (47) Rushed 30–44 times – Knowshon Moreno vs. Florida (33) Rushed for over 250 yards – Herschel Walker vs. Ole Miss 1981 (265) Rushed for 200–249 yards – Verron Haynes vs. Ga. Tech 2001 (207) Rushed for 150–199 yards –Washaun Ealey vs. Ga Tech 2009 (183) Had a run of 80 yards or more – Richard Samuel vs. Arkansas 2009 (80) Had a run of 50–79 yards – Caleb King vs. Georgia Tech 2009 (75) Attempted 60 or more passes – Cory Phillips vs. Ga. Tech 2000 (62) Attempted 50–59 passes – Quincy Carter vs. Ga. Tech 1999 (55) Attempted 40–49 passes – Matthew Stafford vs. Alabama 2008 (42) Completed 30 or more passes – Cory Phillips vs. Ga. Tech 2000 (36) Completed 25–29 passes – Matthew Stafford vs. Tennessee 2008 (25) Passed for 400 yards or more – Matthew Stafford vs. Ga. Tech 2008 (407) Passed for 350–399 yards – Joe Cox vs. Arkansas 2009 (375) Caught 10 or more passes – Mohamed Massaquoi vs. Ga. Tech 2008 (11) Caught for 200 or more yards – Fred Gibson vs. Kentucky 2001 (201) Caught for 150–199 yards – A.J. Green vs Arizona State 2009 (153) Caught for 100–149 yards – Tavarres King vs. Kentucky 2009 (109) Had 400 yards total offense – David Greene vs. Kentucky 2001 (405) Scored four or more TDs – Robert Edwards vs. Florida 1997 (4) Scored three TDs – Mohamed Massquoi vs Ga. Tech 2008 Rushed for four TDs – Robert Edwards vs. Florida 1997 Rushed for three TDs – Knowshon Moreno vs. Kentucky 2008 Passed for four or more TDs – Joe Cox vs. Arkansas 2009 (5) Passed for three TDs – Joe Cox vs. Kentucky 2009 Caught three TD passes – Mohamed Massquoi vs Ga. Tech 2008 Caught two TD passes – Aron White vs. Texas A&M 2009 Rushed for and received a TD – Caleb King vs. Vanderbilt 2009 Kicked four or more FGs – Blair Walsh vs. Tennessee 2008 (4) Blocked a PAT – DeAngelo Tyson vs. South Carolina 2009 Blocked a FG – Geno Atkins vs. Texas A&M 2009 Blocked a FG & a PAT in a game – Jamie Henderson vs. Vanderbilt 2000 Blocked a punt –Bacarri Rambo vs. Texas A&M 2009 Returned a punt for a TD – Prince Miller vs. Alabama 2008 (92) Returned a blocked punt for a TD – CJ Byrd vs. UAB 2006 (12) Returned a kickoff for a TD – Brandon Boykin vs. Texas A&M 2009 Returned an int. for a TD – Bacarri Rambo vs. Tennessee 2009 Recovered a fumble for a TD – Marcus Howard vs. Hawai’i (2007) Returned a fumble for a TD – Tony Taylor vs. Ga. Tech 2006 (29) Returned a PAT for two points – Tim Wansley vs. Vanderbilt 2000 (86) Attempted a two–point cov. –LSU 2009 (Joe Cox pass failed) Attempted an onside kick – Blair Walsh vs. Florida 2008 (unsuccessful) Attempted a fake punt – G. Ely–Kelso vs. Kentucky 2005 (34 yard rush/1st down)

Attempted a fake FG – Quincy Carter vs. Auburn 1998 (int. in end zone) Scored 10–14 points kicking – Blair Walsh vs. Georgia Tech 2009 (12) Scored 15 or more points kicking – Billy Bennett vs. Ga. Tech 2002 (15) Kicked a 60–yard FG – Kevin Butler vs. Clemson 1984 (60) Kicked a 50–yard FG – Blair Walsh vs. Auburn 2009 (51) Missed or had a PAT kick blocked – Andrew Jensen vs. Texas A&M 2009 Threw five interceptions – Quincy Carter vs. South Carolina 2000 (5) Intercepted two passes – Darryl Gamble vs. LSU 2008 (returned both for TDs) Intercepted three passes – Tra Battle vs. Auburn 2006 Recovered two fumbles – Terreal Bierria vs. Florida 2001 Had three or more sacks – Marcus Howard vs. Hawai’i 2007 (3) Had four or more TFLs – Charles Johnson vs. South Carolina 2006 (4) Had a 70–yard punt – Drew Butler vs. Oklahoma State 2009 (75) Had a 60–69 yard punt – Drew Butler vs. Florida 2009 (61)

IN A SINGLE GAME THAT AN OPPOSING TEAM HAD...

30 or more first downs – Kentucky 2001 (30) 25–29 first downs - Texas A&M 2009 (26) 10 or fewer first downs – Tennessee Tech 2009 (8) 400 or more yards rushing – Ga. Tech 2008 (409) 300–399 yards rushing – West Virginia 2005 (382) 250–299 yards rushing – Georgia Southern 2004 (294) 11–50 yards rushing – Michigan State 2008 (31) 10 or fewer yards rushing – Tennessee 2008 (1) Negative yards rushing – Tennessee Tech 2009 (–13) Two 100–yard rushers – Ga. Tech 2008 – Jones (214) & Dwyer (144) 500 or more yards passing – Kentucky 2000 (528) 400–499 yards passing – Arkansas 2009 (408) 350–399 yards passing – Texas A&M 2009 (362) 50 or fewer yards passing – Ga. Tech 2008 (19) Zero yards passing – Cal State Fullerton 1992 Four or more TD rushes – Ga. Tech 2008 (5) Four or more TD passes – Arkansas 2009 (5) Two 100–yard passers – Hawai’i 2007 – Brennan (169) & Graunke (142) Two 100–yard receivers – Troy 2007 – Banks (102) & Jernigan (102) 600 or more yards of total offense – Kentucky 2000 (620) 500–599 yards of total offense – West Virginia 2005 (502) 50 or more points – Tennessee 2006 (51) 40–49 points – Florida 2009 (41) Zero points – Tennessee Tech 2009 (38-0) More than 10 fumbles – Cal State Fullerton 1992 (13, lost 5) Recorded a safety – South Carolina 2009 (snap went out back of end zone) Blocked a punt – Kentucky 2008 (B. Mimbs, punter) Blocked a FG – Auburn 2008 (B. Walsh, kicker)

IN A SINGLE GAME THAT AN OPPOSING PLAYER...

Rushed 40 or more times – Carnell Williams of Auburn 2001 (41) Rushed 35–39 times – Kenny Irons of Auburn 2005 (37) Rushed 30–34 times – Travis Stephens of Tennessee 2001 (30) Rushed for 200 or more yards – Roddy Jones of Ga. Tech 2008 (214) Rushed for 150–199 yards – Kenny Irons of Auburn 2005 (179) Had a run of 80 yards or more – Justin Vincent of LSU 2003–SEC (87) Had a run of 50–79 yards – Roddy Jones of Ga. Tech 2008 (62) Attempted 60 or more passes – Drew Brees of Purdue 1999 (60) Attempted 50–59 passes – Jerrod Johnson of Texas A&M 2009 (58) Attempted 45–49 passes – Omar Haugabook of Troy 2007 (45) Completed 40 or more passes – Tim Couch of Kentucky 1997 (41) Completed 35–39 passes – Rick Clausen of Tennessee 2005 (36) Passed for 500 or more yards – Jared Lorenzen of Kentucky 2000 (528) Passed for 400–499 yards – Ryan Mallett of Arkansas 2009 (408) Passed for 350–399 yards – Jerrod Johnson of Texas A&M (362) Caught 15 or more passes – Keith Edwards of Vanderbilt 1983 (17) Caught 10–14 passes – Jason Rivers of Hawai’i 2007 (10) Caught for 200 or more yards – Ronney Daniels of Auburn 1999 (249) Caught for 100–199 yards – Jeff Fuller of Texas A&M 2009 (102) Scored four TDs – James Whalen of Kentucky 1999 (4) Rushed for three or more TDs – Randall Cobb of Kentucky 2008 (3) Returned a punt for a TD – Marvin Jackson of Arkansas 2001 (74) Returned a blocked punt for a TD – Thad Ward of Central Florida 1999 (16) Recovered a punt for a TD – Antonio Wardlaw of Tennessee 2006 Returned a kickoff for a TD – Demond Washington of Auburn 2009 (99) Returned an interception for a TD – Brandon Spikes of Florida 2009 (5) Recovered a fumble for a TD – Joe Bock of Virginia 1979 Returned a fumble for a TD – Ray McDonald of Florida 2006 (9) Attempted a fake punt - B. Upson of Vanderbilt 2009 (7 yard rush/ 1st down) Attempted a fake FG – Lones Seiber of Kentucky 2003 (–4 yard rush) Scored 10 points kicking – Alex Tejada of Arkansas (10) Kicked a 50–yard FG – Colt David of LSU 2008 (51) Intercepted two passes – A.J. Jones of Florida 2009

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2009 GAME SUMMARIES #9 OKLAHOMA STATE

SOUTH CAROLINA

Sept. 5, 2009 • Boone Pickens Stadium – Stillwater, Okla.

Sept. 12, 2009 • Sanford Stadium – Athens, Ga.

The 13th ranked Bulldogs dropped their season opener to 9th ranked Oklahoma State 24-10 in front of a record crowd of 53,012 at Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater, Okla., and a nationally televised audience on ABC to start off the year 0-1 for the first time under Mark Richt. QB Joe Cox began his second career start on a 10-play 80-yard TD drive to open the game. Cox found Michael Moore in the right corner of the end zone from four yards out to put Georgia up 7-0. Cox finished the day 15 for 30 for 162 yards with one TD and one interception. A.J. Green led the team in receiving with 4 catches for 52 yards while Richard Samuel took care of Georgia’s rushing attack with 87 yards on 20 carries. Oklahoma State scored 10 points in the the first half. A 46-yard pass from Zac Robinson to Dez Bryant tied the game. The Cowboys took the lead on a FG after Georgia’s turnover at their own 5-yard line. The Georgia defense held OSU to -5 yards on the first three plays forcing the FG. The Bulldogs defense, led by linebackers Rennie Curran and Marcus Dowtin, held the OSU passing attack to 135 yards on the day but it wasn’t enough as OSU’s Robinson took the Cowboys down the field on the opening drive of the second half to go up 17-7 on a Robinson QB sneak. Georgia sophomore kicker Blair Walsh cut the Cowboys led to 1710 on a career-long 53-yard field goal midway through the third quarter. However, OSU’s Robinson connected with Dez Bryant on a 12-yard pass in the 4th quarter to seal the game for the Cowboys. This was the first season-opening loss for Mark Richt,and was Georgia’s first opening day loss since they fell to Southern Mississippi 11-7 in 1996.

The Bulldogs outlasted the Gamecocks 41-37 under the lights in front of a raucous home crowd of 92,746 fans at Sanford Stadium. The game ended on an incomplete tipped pass by soph LB Rennie Curran on the Bulldogs’ four yard line. Curran finished the game with a personalbest fifteen tackles. In the first quarter S.C. and Georgia matched TDs with the Gamecocks engineering a scoring drive off of a fumble by A.J. Green. UGA soph DB Brandon Boykin then returned a kickoff 100 yards for a score setting a new Sanford Stadium longest play record. Boyking also intercepted S.C. QB Jeff Garcia in the second quarter. Freshman CB Branden Smith made a 61-yard TD run in the second quarter while playing offense. Georgia also got help as TB Richard Samuel found his way into the endzone, along with A.J. Green on a nine yard reception from QB Joe Cox. Cox had two TD passes with senior Michael Moore serving as the recipient of another in the third quarter. Gamecock LB Eric Norwood intercepted a pass in the fourth quarter and returned it for a TD. The extra point was blocked by Georgia DT DeAngelo Tyson and South Carolina failed on its final TD drive to end the game.

Georgia 7 Oklahoma State 0

0 10

3 7

0 7

= =

10 24

GA-Michael Moore 4 yd pass from Joe Cox (Blair Walsh kick), 9:42 1Q OSU-Dez Bryant 46 yd pass from Zac Robinson (Dan Bailey kick), 2:24 2Q OSU-Dan Bailey 28 yd field goal, 0:05 2Q OSU-Zac Robinson 1 yd run (Dan Bailey kick), 11:26 3Q GA-Blair Walsh 53 yd field goal, 6:49 3Q OSU-Dez Bryant 12 yd pass from Zac Robinson (Dan Bailey kick), 7:59 4Q Game Statistics First Downs Rushing: Att.-Yards Passing: Comp.-Att.-Yds.-Int Total Plays-Total Net Yards Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards Punts: Number-Yards (Avg.) Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards Time of Possession Third Down Conversions Fourth Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards Rushing UGA-Samuel OSU-Hunter Passing UGA-Cox OSU-Robinson Receiving UGA-Green OSU-Hunter Punting UGA-Butler OSU-Sharp Tackles UGA-Curran UGA-Dowtin OSU-Antoine

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UGA 16 30-95 15-30-162-1 60-257 2-2 7-58 6-342 (57.0) 4-65 26:17 4-of-12 0-of-1 0-0

STATISTICAL LEADERS Att. Yds. TD 20 87 0 23 75 0 Att. Comp. Yds. 30 15 162 22 11 135 Rec. Yds. TD 4 52 0 4 23 0 No. Yds. Avg. 6 342 57.0 7 350 50.0 UT AT Tot. 7 1 8 7 1 8 6 1 7

OSU 17 46-172 11-22-135-0 68-307 0-0 15-106 7-350 (50.0) 3-101 33:43 6-of-15 1-of-1 2-9 Long 19 9 TD 1 2 Long 29 11 Long 75 61

South Carolina 17 Georgia 14

6 17

5 7

9 3

= =

37 41

SC-Tori Gurley 6 yd pass from Stephen Garcia (Spencer Lanning kick), 9:51 1Q GA-Brandon Boykin 100 yd kickoff return (Blair Walsh kick), 9:37 1Q SC-Brian Maddox 13 yd pass from S. Garcia (S. Lanning kick), 5:58 1Q SC-S. Lanning 21 yd field goal, 5:07 1Q GA-Richard Samuel 1 yd run (B. Walsh kick), 1:56 1Q GA-Branden Smith 61 yd run (B. Walsh kick), 14:04 2Q GA-B. Walsh 50 yd field goal, 12:31 2Q SC-S. Lanning 39 yd field goal, 8:21 2Q SC-S. Lanning 22 yd field goal, 2:29 2Q GA-A.J. Green 9 yd pass from Joe Cox (B. Walsh kick), 0:09 2Q GA-Michael Moore 4 yd pass from J. Cox (B. Walsh kick), 9:04 3Q SC-S. Lanning 35 yd field goal, 5:30 3Q SC-TEAM safety, 2:50 3Q SC-S. Lanning 34 yd field goal, 13:21 4Q SC-Eric Norwood 35 yd interception return (S. Lanning kick blocked), 12:56 4Q GA-B. Walsh 42 yd field goal, 6:20 4Q

Game Statistics First Downs Rushing: Att.-Yards Passing: Comp.-Att.-Yds.-Int Total Plays-Total Net Yards Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards Punts: Number-Yards (Avg.) Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards Time of Possession Third Down Conversions Fourth Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards Rushing USC-Garcia UGA-Samuel UGA-Smith Passing USC-Garcia UGA-Cox Receiving USC-Saunders UGA-Green Punting USC-Lanning UGA-Butler Tackles USC-Stewart UGA-Curran

USC 26 30-114 31-53-313-1 83-427 2-0 11-98 2-85 (42.5) 7-158 34:21 6-of-17 3-of-4 2-21

STATISTICAL LEADERS Att. Yds. TD 10 42 0 15 65 1 2 65 1 Att. Comp. Yds. 53 31 313 24 17 201 Rec. Yds. TD 8 96 0 6 86 1 No. Yds. Avg. 2 85 42.5 1 37 37.0 UT 7 9

AT 4 6

Tot. 11 15

UGA 16 29-107 17-24-201-1 53-308 3-2 13-108 1-37 (37.0) 7-252 25:39 5-of-9 0-of-1 2-16 Long 18 11 61 TD 2 2 Long 20 34 Long 46 37


2009 GAME SUMMARIES ARKANSAS

ARIZONA STATE

Sept. 19, 2009 • Razorback Stadium – Fayetteville, Ark.

Sept. 26, 2009 • Sanford Stadium – Athens, Ga.

Georgia outmatched the hosting Arkansas Razorbacks, 52-41, in front of a sell-out crowd of 74,210 at Reynolds Razorback Stadium. The Bulldogs’ scoring total was their highest output on the season led by a career best day from QB Joe Cox, who threw for a school-record tying five touchdown passes to go along with 375 yards. Georgia found itself in an early 21-10 hole after two turnovers gave the Razorbacks two TDs. TB Richard Samuel rushed for an 80-yard TD early in the second quarter and a 25-yard TD strike to A.J. Green gave the Bulldogs a brief lead in a true see-saw battle. Freshmen Orson Charles and Tavarres King each caught their first TDs on 44 and 50 yard strikes, respectively. A.J. Green also had two scores and TE Aron White had one to help add to the Bulldogs’ high offensive total. RB Caleb King saw his first action of the season in a return from a hamstring injury and added 59 yards on the ground to go with Samuel’s 104 and TD. LB Rennie Curran paved the way for the Georgia defense with 11 tackles, while De Justin Houston added seven.

The Georgia Bulldogs defeated the Arizona State Sun Devils 20-17 in front of a rain-soaked Sanford Stadium crowd of 92,746 on a last second field goal by kicker Blair Walsh. The win raised Georgia’s record to 3-1 (2-0 SEC) and provided some much needed relief for fans who had stayed to watch the game despite torrential pre-game conditions. Offensively, Georgia was led by wide receiver A.J. Green, who hauled in eleven receptions for 153 yards and one touchdown. Besides his impressive numbers in the box score, Green wowed Georgia fans with several spectacular catches, but perhaps his most impressive play came in the form of a game saving block of an Arizona State field goal attempt that would’ve given the Sun Devils the lead with 4:31 remaining in the game. The Bulldogs jumped out to an early 14-3 lead with scores on a career long 56 yard touchdown reception by Green from quarterback Joe Cox and a two yard touchdown run from fullback Fred Munzenmaier. The Sun Devils took the lead 17-14 with 5:25 remaining in the third quarter after a Dimitri Nance touchdown run and a 47 yard interception return by safety Jarrell Holman, the first of his two interceptions of Joe Cox on the evening. Georgia evened the score with 14:53 left in the 4th after a 21 yard Blair Walsh field goal, and would maintain that tie until Walsh’s game-terminating kick. Quarterback Joe Cox was 17 of 31 through the air for 242 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions in his third consecutive victory as the Georgia starter. Caleb King added 55 yards rushing on eleven carries to lead all Bulldog rushers. Linebacker Rennie Curran had his fourth consecutive game leading Georgia tackles with six stops, and redshirt freshman safety Baccarri Rambo secured the Dogs’ second interception on the year in the second quarter.

Georgia Arkansas

10 21

17 0

15 17

10 3

= =

52 41

AR-Joe Adams 18 yd pass from Ryan Mallett (Alex Tejada kick), 12:23 1Q GA-Aron White 21 yd pass from Joe Cox (Blair Walsh kick), 9:56 1Q AR-Jarius Wright 48 yd pass from R. Mallett (A. Tejada kick), 9:37 1Q GA-B. Walsh 35 yd field goal, 2:26 1Q AR-Greg Childs 30 yd pass from R. Mallett (A. Tejada kick), 0:13 1Q GA- Richard Samuel 80 yd run (B. Walsh kick), 10:56 2Q GA-A.J. Green 25 yd pas from J. Cox (B. Walsh kick), 1:51 2Q GA-B. Walsh 37 yd field goal, 0:00 2Q AR-G. Childs 40 yd pass from R. Mallett (A. Tejada kick), 9:37 3Q GA-Tavarres King 50 yd pass from J. Cox (B. Walsh kick), 7:51 3Q AR-D.J. Williams 2 yd pass from R. Mallett (A. Tejada kick), 5:15 3Q GA-Orson Charles 44 yd pass from J. Cox (A.J. Green pass from J. Cox), 4:34 3Q AR-A. Tejada 23 yd field goal, 1:20 3Q GA-A.J. Green 28 yd pass from J. Cox (B. Walsh kick), 10:46 4Q AR-A. Tejada 23 yd field goal, 7:21 4Q GA-B. Walsh 31 yd field goal, 2:10 4Q Game Statistics First Downs Rushing: Att.-Yards Passing: Comp.-Att.-Yds.-Int Total Plays-Total Net Yards Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards Punts: Number-Yards (Avg.) Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards Time of Possession Third Down Conversions Fourth Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards Rushing UGA-Samuel ARK-Smith

UGA 20 36-155 18-26-375-1 62-530 2-2 14-93 4-221 (55.2) 8-167 31:52 5-of-13 1-of-1 2-9

STATISTICAL LEADERS Att. Yds. TD 16 104 1 8 59 0

ARK 17 24-77 21-39-408-0 63-485 2-1 11-100 7-261 (37.3) 5-142 28:08 3-of-14 1-of-2 1-9 Long 80 23

Passing UGA-Cox ARK-Mallett

Att. 26 39

Comp. 18 21

Yds. 375 408

TD 5 5

Receiving UGA-Green ARK-Childs

Rec. 7 5

Yds. 137 140

TD 2 2

Long 29 40

Punting UGA-Butler ARK-Breeding

No. 4 7

Yds. 221 261

Avg. 55.2 37.3

Long 64 50

Tackles UGA-Curran ARK-Harris ARK-Davis

UT 4 5 1

AT 7 3 7

Tot. 11 8 8

Arizona State Georgia

3 14

0 0

14 0

0 6

= =

17 20

GA-A.J. Green 56 yd pass from Joe Cox (Blair Walsh kick), 6:45 1Q AS-Bobby Wenzig 43 yd field goal, 3:23 1Q GA-Fred Munzenmaier 2 yd run (B. Walsh kick), 0:51 1Q AS-Dimitri Nance 6 yd pass from Danny Sullivan (B. Wenzig kick), 6:39 3Q AS-Jarrell Holman 47 yd interception return (B. Wenzig kick), 5:25 3Q GA-B. Walsh 21 yd field goal, 14:53 4Q GA-B. Walsh 37 yd field goal, 0:00 4Q Game Statistics First Downs Rushing: Att.-Yards Passing: Comp.-Att.-Yds.-Int Total Plays-Total Net Yards Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards Punts: Number-Yards (Avg.) Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards Time of Possession Third Down Conversions Fourth Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards Rushing ASU-Nance UGA-King Passing ASU-Sullivan UGA-Cox Receiving ASU-Nance UGA-Green Punting ASU-Hankins UGA-Butler Tackles ASU-Burfict UGA-Curran

ASU 14 28-88 10-32-116-1 60-204 0-0 8-74 7-293 (41.9) 3-51 30:03 4-of-13 0-of-0 0-0

STATISTICAL LEADERS Att. Yds. TD 25 92 0 0 11 55 Att. Comp. Yds. 32 10 116 31 17 242 Rec. Yds. TD 4 47 1 8 153 1 No. Yds. Avg. 7 293 41.9 5 201 40.2 UT AT Tot. 3 8 11 3 3 6

UGA 17 31-92 17-31-242-2 62-334 1-1 7-55 5-201 (40.2) 3-41 29:57 6-of-15 0-of-1 1-10 Long 22 18 TD 1 1 Long 23 56 Long 69 53

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2009 GAME SUMMARIES #4 LSU

TENNESSEE

Oct. 3, 2009 • Sanford Stadium – Athens, Ga.

Oct. 10, 2009 • Neyland Stadium – Knoxville, Tenn.

Georgia fell to visiting LSU, losing on a late 33 yard TD run by LSU’s Scott in front of a capacity 92,746 stunned Sanford Stadium fans. The loss was Georgia’s first in the SEC and dropped their record to 3-2 (2-1). Leading 6-0 at the start of the fourth quarter, LSU could not stop an 18 play, 60 yard drive by the Georgia offense that was punctuated by a one yard Shaun Chapas TD reception from quarterback Joe Cox. Leading 7-6, Georgia succumbed to a 13 play, 88 yard drive of LSU’s that ended with a two yard Charles Scott touchdown scamper. After a failed two point conversion, LSU led 12-7 with 2:53 left. Georgia then marched down the field in just 1:38 and regained its lead as A.J. Green hauled in a spectacular 16-yard touchdown pass from Cox, but was flagged for a controversial excessive celebration penalty that would be enforced on the following kickoff. Following a solid return by LSU’s Trindon Holliday, the Tigers took the ultimate lead 20-13 after Scott’s 33 yard scoring rush with 46 seconds remaining. The loss overshadows solid play by the Georgia defense, led by linebacker Rennie Curran who accumulated 16 tackles, and defensive end Justin Houston, who had two of Georgia’s six sacks on the day. Cox finished the afternoon 18-34 with two touchdowns and one interception, and A.J. Green led all receivers with 99 yards on five receptions. Freshman Washaun Ealey led the Bulldogs’ ground game in his first career appearance, netting 33 yards on eight carries.

Georgia (3-3, 2-2 SEC) suffered a 45-19 defeat vs. Tennessee (3-3, 1-2) in front of 103,261 fans at Neyland Stadium. The game was Georgia’s worst offensive output on the season, as the Bulldog offense failed to reach the end zone during the contest. The Dogs’ special teams certainly did their part, contributing 12 points to Georgia’s tally of 19. Sophomore CB Brandon Boykin returned a kickoff 100-yards for the second time this season, tying the game at 7 with 12:56 left in the second quarter. Kicker Blair Walsh would tie his career long with a 52-yard field goal later in the second quarter, and sophomore split end Zach Renner blocked his third career punt out of the end zone for a safety to tie the Georgia record late in the second quarter. At the half the Bulldogs were down 21-12. The Bulldogs’ only score in the second half was a 28-yard Bacarri Rambo interception return for a TD in the third quarter. Tennessee RBs Montario Hardesty and Bryce Brown added second half TD runs and WR Gerald Jones added a TD reception from QB Jonathan Crompton, his second of the game. Crompton finished the day 20 of 27 for 310 yards, with four TDs and one interception. Georgia QB Joe Cox finished his day 19 of 34 for 146 yards and two interceptions. Freshman TB Carlton Thomas led Georgia’s ground game with three carries for 30 yards, and sophomore receiver A.J. Green led the Bulldogs in receiving, as he has done every game thus far this season, with eight catches for 60 yards. LB Rennie Curran had eight tackles for the Georgia defense, while Rambo added four to go along with his defensive TD in the losing effort.

LSU Georgia

Georgia Tennessee

3 0

3 0

0 0

14 13

= =

20 13

LSU-Josh Jasper 23 yd field goal, 3:51 1Q LSU-J. Jasper 42 yd field goal, 10:55 2Q GA-Shaun Chapas 1 yd pass from Joe Cox (Blair Walsh kick), 14:15 4Q LSU-Charles Scott 2 yd run (Jordan Jefferson rush failed), 2:53 4Q GA-A.J. Green 16 yd pass from J. Cox (J. Cox pass failed), 1:09 4Q LSU-Charles Scott 33 yd run (Brandon LaFell pass from J. Jefferson), 0:46 4Q Game Statistics First Downs Rushing: Att.-Yards Passing: Comp.-Att.-Yds.-Int Total Plays-Total Net Yards Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards Punts: Number-Yards (Avg.) Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards Time of Possession Third Down Conversions Fourth Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards Rushing LSU-Scott UGA-Ealey Passing LSU-Jefferson UGA-Cox Receiving LSU-Toliver UGA-Green Punting LSU-Helton UGA-Butler Tackles LSU-Coleman UGA-Curran

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LSU 19 45-156 18-27-212-1 72-368 2-0 4-40 4-151 (37.8) 2-89 33:10 5-of-14 0-of-1 0-0

STATISTICAL LEADERS Att. Yds. TD 19 95 2 8 33 0 Att. Comp. Yds. 27 18 212 34 18 229 Rec. Yds. TD 6 76 0 5 99 1 No. Yds. Avg. 3 112 37.3 7 344 49.1 UT AT Tot. 4 1 5 7 9 16

UGA 11 24-45 18-34-229-1 58-274 3-0 7-59 7-344 (49.1) 4-48 26:50 7-of-17 1-of-1 6-34 Long 33 8 TD 0 2 Long 29 32 Long 42 53

0 0

12 21

7 17

0 7

= =

19 45

UT-Gerald Jones 6 yd pass from Jonathan Crompton (Daniel Lincoln kick), 13:10 2Q GA-Brandon Boykin 100 yd kickoff return (Blair Walsh kick), 12:56 2Q UT-Denarius Moore 33 yd pass from J. Crompton (D. Lincoln kick), 11:29 2Q GA-B. Walsh 52 yd field goal, 5:36 2Q UT-Marsalis Teague 5 yd pass from J. Crompton (D. Lincoln kick), 2:40 2Q GA-TEAM safety, 0:23 2Q UT-D. Lincoln 30 yd field goal, 10:15 3Q GA-Bacarri Rambo 28 yd interception return (B. Walsh kick), 8:21 3Q UT-Montario Hardesty 39 yd run (D. Lincoln kick), 4:06 3Q UT-G. Jones 51 yd pass from J. Crompton (D. Lincoln kick), 0:59 3Q UT-Bryce Brown 1 yd run (D. Lincoln kick), 7:48 4Q Game Statistics First Downs Rushing: Att.-Yards Passing: Comp.-Att.-Yds.-Int Total Plays-Total Net Yards Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards Punts: Number-Yards (Avg.) Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards Time of Possession Third Down Conversions Fourth Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards Rushing UGA-Thomas TENN-Hardesty Passing UGA-Cox TENN-Crompton Receiving UGA-Green TENN-Jones Punting UGA-Butler TENN-Cunningham Tackles UGA-Curran TENN-McCoy

UGA 13 22-89 20-40-152-2 62-241 2-1 9-79 6-299 (49.8) 7-181 25:55 3-of-13 0-of-2 0-0

STATISTICAL LEADERS Att. Yds. TD 3 30 0 20 97 1 Att. Comp. Yds. 34 19 146 27 20 310 Rec. Yds. TD 8 60 1 5 105 2 No. Yds. Avg. 6 299 49.8 4 179 44.8 UT AT Tot. 4 4 8 7 2 9

TENN 24 37-162 20-27-310-1 64-472 2-0 7-47 5-179 (35.8) 2-54 34:05 5-of-11 0-of-0 0-0 Long 13 39 TD 0 4 Long 21 51 Long 61 50


2009 GAME SUMMARIES VANDERBILT

#1 FLORIDA

Oct. 17, 2009 • Vanderbilt Stadium – Nashville, Tenn.

Oct. 31, 2009 • Jacksonville Municipal – Jacksonville, Fla.

The Georgia Bulldogs defeated the Vanderbilt Commodores in Nashville on Saturday, October 17th, in front of 38,340 fans, many in Georgia red. The tilt served as Vanderbilt’s homecoming contest and stood as Georgia’s 14th win over the Commodores in the last 15th seasons. Georgia’s record improves to 4-3, with a 3-2 Southeastern Conference standing, as Vanderbilt drops to 2-5, including an 0-4 conference record. Georgia struck first with 3:27 remaining in the first quarter as sophomore receiver A.J. Green took a Joe Cox screen pass 65 yards for the score, providing both Georgia fans and media outlets nationally with a highlight play that they will not soon forget. The play was Green’s career long, but the Commodores would soon answer with a Ryan Fowler 41yard field goal to cut the deficit to 7-3. A 2-yard Caleb King scamper and a 42-yard Blair Walsh field goal gave the Dogs a 17-3 lead heading in to the half. Georgia’s second half scoring output, complete with a Blair Walsh 43-yard field goal, a 21-yard reception by King, and a nine yard touchdown run by fullback Fred Munzenmaier rendered a Vanderbilt touchdown pass from quarterback Larry Smith to tight end Branden Barden futile as the Bulldogs took an ultimate 34-10 victory. Georgia was led through the air by quarterback Joe Cox, who was 16 for 31 for 226 and two touchdowns in addition to one interception. Five Bulldog running backs saw action in the game, led by freshman Washaun Ealey who had 13 carries for 71 yards, including a career long 33-yard rush. A.J. Green led the Bulldogs in receiving with 3 catches for 95 yards, and junior linebacker Rennie Curran powered the Georgia defense with nine tackles to raise his SEC lead in the category to 72.

The Georgia Bulldogs changed their uniforms on Saturday, October 31st in Jacksonville against the Florida Gators, but could not change their recent luck in the rivalry, as Georgia fell to Florida for the 17th time in their last 20 meetings. The 41-17 loss dropped Georgia’s record to 4-4 (3-3 SEC) and elevated number one ranked Florida to 8-0, with a 6-0 conference mark. Georgia donned black pants and wore black helmets for the first time in the program’s history, but it did not provide enough of a spark to give the Bulldogs an upset over the country’s top ranked program. Florida got off to an early start and never relinquished the lead, going up 14-0 in the first quarter following two Riley Cooper TD receptions from QB Tim Tebow. Georgia answered in the second quarter with a 49yard Blair Walsh FG and a 26-yard Aron White TD catch from QB Joe Cox, but Florida answered with a 56-yard Caleb Sturgis FG and a 23-yard Tebow rush to give Florida a 24-10 halftime lead. Georgia’s second half efforts were constantly met with a Gator rebuttal, as a Mike Moore 4-yard TD catch to make the game a 31-17 contest was answered with another FG by Sturgis, this one of 44-yards, and a 5-yard Brandon Spikes interception return off a pick from QB Logan Gray, who entered in relief of Cox. Cox was 11 of 20 passing for 165 yards and two TDs, to go along with three interceptions. Freshman TB Washaun Ealey gained 70 yards on 17 carries, while adding a 20-yard reception. WR A.J. Green led the Bulldogs in receiving hauling in three passes for 50 yards. CB Brandon Boykin, safety Reshad Jones, and LB Rennie Curran all added seven tackles apiece for Georgia in the losing effort.

Georgia Vanderbilt

7 0

10 3

3 7

14 0

= =

34 10

GA-A.J. Green 65 yd pass from Joe Cox (Blair Walsh kick), 3:27 1Q VU-Ryan Fowler 41 yd field goal. 13:12 2Q GA-Caleb King 2 yd run (B. Walsh kick), 9:48 2Q GA-B. Walsh 42 yd field goal, 0:07 2Q VU-Brandon Barden 5 yd pass from Larry Smith (R. Fowler kick), 10:44 3Q GA-B. Walsh 43 yd field goal, 4:17 3Q GA-C. King 21 yd pass from J. Cox (B. Walsh kick), 11:45 4Q GA-Fred Munzenmaier 9 yd run (B. Walsh kick), 3:50 4Q Game Statistics First Downs Rushing: Att.-Yards Passing: Comp.-Att.-Yds.-Int Total Plays-Total Net Yards Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards Punts: Number-Yards (Avg.) Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards Time of Possession Third Down Conversions Fourth Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards Rushing UGA-Ealey VU-Norman Passing UGA-Cox VU-Smith Receiving UGA-Green VU-Barden Punting UGA-Butler VU-Upson Tackles UGA-Curran VU-Marve VU-Benoist

UGA 19 37-173 16-31-226-1 68-399 0-0 8-71 5-235 (47.0) 3-71 32:45 7-of-15 1-of-1 3-19

STATISTICAL LEADERS Att. Yds. TD 13 71 0 14 52 0 Att. Comp. Yds. 31 16 226 26 11 121 Rec. Yds. TD 3 95 1 5 49 1 No. Yds. Avg. 5 235 47.0 7 325 46.4 UT AT Tot. 5 4 9 7 2 9 5 4 9

VU 16 36-122 17-34-174-1 70-296 1-0 4-42 7-325 (46.4) 5-81 27:15 3-of-15 1-of-3 1-7 Long 33 11 TD 2 1 Long 65 13 Long 53 54

Georgia Florida

0 14

10 10

7 7

0 10

= =

17 41

UF-Riley Cooper 22 yd pass from Tim Tebow (Caleb Sturgis kick), 12:21 1Q UF-R. Cooper 29 yd pass from T. Tebow (C. Sturgis kick), 3:20 1Q GA-Blair Walsh 49 yd field goal, 13:45 2Q GA-Aron White 26 yd pass from Joe Cox (B. Walsh kick), 10:40 2Q UF-C. Sturgis 56 yd field goal, 4:47 2Q UF-T. Tebow 23 yd run (C. Sturgis kick), 1:32 2Q UF-T. Tebow 5 yd run (C. Sturgis kick), 13:30 3Q GA-Michael Moore 4 yd pass from J. Cox (B. Walsh kick), 6:17 3Q UF-C. Sturgis 44 yd field goal, 7:42 4Q UF- Brandon Spikes 5 yd interception return (C. Sturgis kick), 6:24 4Q Game Statistics First Downs Rushing: Att.-Yards Passing: Comp.-Att.-Yds.-Int Total Plays-Total Net Yards Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards Punts: Number-Yards (Avg.) Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards Time of Possession Third Down Conversions Fourth Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards Rushing UGA-Ealey FLA-Tebow Passing UGA-Cox FLA-Tebow Receiving UGA-Green FLA-Cooper Punting UGA-Butler FLA-Henry Tackles UGA-Boykin UGA-Curran UGA-Jones FLA-Spikes

UGA 16 33-121 11-23-165-4 56-286 1-0 9-87 4-210 (52.5) 7-129 28:44 4-of-12 1-of-1 2-6

STATISTICAL LEADERS Att. Yds. TD 17 70 0 18 85 2 Att. Comp. Yds. 20 11 165 21 15 164 Rec. Yds. TD 3 50 0 4 78 2 No. Yds. Avg. 4 210 52.5 3 145 48.3 UT AT Tot. 7 0 7 5 2 7 5 2 7 4 6 10

FLA 22 40-210 15-21-164-0 61-374 1-0 6-49 3-145 (48.3) 1-19 31:16 7-of-13 0-of-0 3-25 Long 15 23 TD 2 2 Long 19 29 Long 61 61

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2009 GAME SUMMARIES AUBURN

TENNESSEE TECH

Nov. 7, 2009 • Sanford Stadium - Athens, Ga.

Nov. 14, 2009 • Sanford Stadium – Athens, Ga.

The Bulldogs shutout win over the visiting Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles 38-0. The win propelled the Bulldogs to a 5-4 record (3-3 SEC) while dropping Tennessee Tech to a 5-4 mark. The game was Georgia’s first shutout since a 34-0 victory over Alabama-Birmingham at Sanford Stadium in 2006, ironically also coached by Tennessee Tech head coach Watson Brown. The Bulldogs struck fast and furiously, jumping out to a 21-0 lead at the end of the first quarter and a 31-0 lead at halftime. Freshman tailback Washaun Ealey got things started with a seven yard touchdown run, and freshman tight end Orson Charles kept things going for Georgia offensively, hauling in a 23-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Joe Cox, who started the game 10 for 10 passing. Freshman cornerback Branden Smith added a 52-yard touchdown run on a direct snap to give him his second score of the year and a 21-0 Bulldog lead. Ealey then added another touchdown for Georgia, with a 44-yard scamper on the first play of the second quarter. Cox would find senior receiver Michael Moore for the game’s final touchdown with 10:36 remaining in the third quarter. Georgia could not have shutout the Golden Eagles without help from its defense, and Georgia’s defensive line led that unit with six sacks on the day. Freshman defensive end Montez Robinson was responsible for two sacks, while senior defensive tackle Geno Atkins had three tackles for losses and a forced fumble. Sophomore linebacker Marcus Dowtin led the Dogs with seven total tackles. On the day, Cox was 10-13 passing for 140 yards and two touchdowns. Ealey, Smith, and sophomore Caleb King led an overwhelming Georgia running game responsible for 304 total yards with 89, 72, and 71 yards, respectively. Orson Charles had three catches for 42 yards while sophomore tight end Aron White had two receptions for 53 yards, including a game long 27 yarder.

Georgia defeated Auburn 31-24 in front of a sold out Sanford Stadium crowd and a national television audience on ESPN2 Saturday, November 14th. The win moves the Dogs’ record to 6-4 (4-3 Southeastern Conference) while dropping the Tigers to 7-4, with a 3-4 conference mark. Auburn struck first with two TDs through the air. QB Chris Todd found receiver Kodi Burns for a five yard score and then a 31-yard TD strike from Todd to receiver Terrell Zachery. Early in the second quarter, Georgia receiver A.J. Green went down with an injured shoulder, but receiver Israel Troupe hauled in a 50-yard Joe Cox TD pass on his very first play. A 51-yard Blair Walsh FG would cut the Bulldog deficit to four; but, Georgia RB Washaun Ealey punched in a one yard score to give the Bulldogs a 17-14 lead. After a 37-yard Wes Byrum FG for Auburn to even the score, Georgia RB Caleb King answered with an 11-yard scoring scamper of his own. The Tigers kick returner Demond Washington returned the ensuing kickoff 99 yards to tie the game at 24 with 14:11 remaining. The Bulldogs showed their fight, and countered with a 24-yard Caleb King TD run that proved to be the deciding score, giving the Bulldogs the final 31-24 lead. Auburn drove down the field late in the fourth quarter, when redshirt freshman safety Bacarri Rambo literally put his body on the line in order to break up an Auburn pass which could have resulted in a tying TD. Rambo fell injured on the play and lay motionless before he was carted off the field to a massive stadium-wide chant of his last name. Joe Cox led the Bulldogs through the air with nine completions in 17 attempts for 173 yards and a touchdown. Ealey and King added 98 and 66 yards on the ground, respectively, and Israel Troupe had 62 yards on two receptions to lead the Bulldogs’ receiving corps. Linebacker Rennie Curran led Georgia’s defense with 12 tackles on the night.

Tennessee Tech 0 Georgia 21

AU-Kodi Burns 5 yd pass from Chris Todd (Wes Byrum kick), 11:13 1Q AU-Terrell Zachery 31 yd pass from C. Todd (W. Byrum kick), 3:15 1Q GA-Israel Troupe 50 yd pass from Joe Cox (Blair Walsh kick), 13:14 2Q GA-B. Walsh 51 yd field goal, 11:05 3Q GA-Washaun Ealey 1 yd run (B. Walsh kick), 4:51 3Q AU-W. Byrum 37 yd field goal, 2:08 3Q GA-Caleb King 11 yd run (B. Walsh kick), 14:25 4Q AU-Demond Washington 99 yd kickoff return (W. Byrum kick), 14:11 4Q GA-Caleb King 24 yd run (B. Walsh kick), 6:52 4Q

0 10

0 7

0 0

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0 38

GA-Washaun Ealey 7 yd run (Blair Walsh kick), 8:15 1Q GA-Orson Charles 23 yd pass from Joe Cox (B. Walsh kick), 4:58 1Q GA-Branden Smith 52 yd run (B. Walsh kick), 3:01 1Q GA-W. Ealey 44 yd run (B. Walsh kick), 14:50 2Q GA-B. Walsh 24 yd field goal, 6:39 2Q GA-Michael Moore 6 yd pass from J. Cox (B. Walsh kick), 10:36 3Q Game Statistics First Downs Rushing: Att.-Yards Passing: Comp.-Att.-Yds.-Int Total Plays-Total Net Yards Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards Punts: Number-Yards (Avg.) Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards Time of Possession Third Down Conversions Fourth Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards Rushing TTU-Hudson UGA-Ealey Passing TTU-Sweeney UGA-Cox Receiving TTU-Benford UGA-Charles Punting TTU-Lennartz UGA-Butler Tackles TTU-Jones UGA-Dowtin

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TTU 8 31--13 11-16-68-0 47-55 1-0 4-22 9-300 (33.3) 5-134 29:27 4-of-13 0-of-0 0-0

STATISTICAL LEADERS Att. Yds. TD 10 20 0 7 89 2 Att. Comp. Yds. 9 8 31 13 10 140 Rec. Yds. TD 5 41 0 3 42 1 No. Yds. Avg. 5 137 27.4 2 81 40.5 UT AT Tot. 6 3 9 3 4 7

UGA 20 39-304 14-18-165-1 57-469 3-0 11-86 2-81 (40.5) 7-483 30:33 4-of-10 2-of-3 6-51 Long 9 44 TD 0 2 Long 19 23 Long 41 47

Auburn Georgia

14 0

0 7

3 10

7 14

Game Statistics First Downs Rushing: Att.-Yards Passing: Comp.-Att.-Yds.-Int Total Plays-Total Net Yards Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards Punts: Number-Yards (Avg.) Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards Time of Possession Third Down Conversions Fourth Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards Rushing AU-Tate UGA-Ealey Passing AU-Todd UGA-Cox Receiving AU-Adams UGA-Green Punting AU-Durst UGA-Butler Tackles AU-Blanc UGA-Curran

AU 18 38-115 20-28-238-2 66-353 1-0 9-60 4-177 (44.2) 6-222 30:47 5-of-13 1-of-2 2-20

STATISTICAL LEADERS Att. Yds. TD 20 67 0 18 98 1 Att. Comp. Yds. 28 20 238 17 9 173 Rec. Yds. TD 6 90 0 3 19 0 No. Yds. Avg. 3 144 48.0 5 237 47.4 UT AT Tot. 0 9 9 6 6 12

= =

24 31

UGA 18 38-169 9-17-173-0 55-342 0-0 4-29 5-237 (47.4) 5-85 29:13 5-of-11 0-of-0 3-22 Long 10 19 TD 2 1 Long 20 12 Long 54 52


2009 GAME SUMMARIES KENTUCKY

#7 GEORGIA TECH

Nov. 21, 2009 • Sanford Stadium • Athens, Ga.

Nov. 28, 2009 • Bobby Dodd Stadium • Atlanta, Ga.

The Bulldogs fell to the Wildcats on Senior Night at Sanford Stadium 34-27, dropping their record to 6-5 (4-4 SEC) while propelling Kentucky to a 7-4 mark (3-4 SEC). The Bulldogs relinquished a 14-point lead that they held at the half as Kentucky outscored the Dogs in the second half 28-7. Kentucky struck first with a 20-yard Derrick Locke TD reception from QB Morgan Newton to put the Wildcats up 6-0. A 21-yard Blair Walsh FG was followed by two consecutive first half Georgia TDs, as freshman receiver Rantavious Wooten hauled in a 21-yard Joe Cox pass and freshman TE Orson Charles caught a 20-yard pass from Cox for a score. The Dogs led at halftime 20-6 following a 45-yard FG from Walsh with 1:22 left in the half. The second half started fast and furiously for Kentucky, as Georgia’s Branden Smith fumbled on the half’s opening kickoff, paving the way for a 12-yard Randall Cobb touchdown run for the Cats. Cox answered with a long 43-yard TD heave to Wooten, but it was all Kentucky from this point on. A 27-13 Georgia lead with 7:03 remaining in the third quarter quickly dissipated, as Newton found La’Rod King for a 21-yard TD and Derrick Locke for a 60-yard score, followed by a 1-yard Randall Cobb TD run that sealed the game’s final score in Kentucky’s favor, 34-27. Cox led the Bulldogs in passing, going 12-30 for 291 yards, two TDs, with three interceptions. Freshman TB Washaun Ealey and sophomore TB Caleb King anchored Georgia’s running game, each registering 77 yards on 19 and 18 carries, respectively. Receiver Tavarres King had three catches for 109 yards, while Charles added four receptions for 73 yards, all in the first half. Junior LB Rennie Curran led all players with 13 tackle.

The Georgia Bulldogs regained head-to-head state bragging rights on Saturday, November 28th, avenging a 2008 season loss to the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets with a 30-24 win in front of 55,407 fans at Bobby Dodd Stadium in Atlanta. The win finalized Georgia’s regular season record at 7-5 (4-4 SEC), while dropping Georgia Tech’s to 10-2 (7-1 ACC). Georgia’s victory came on the legs of its running back tandem of freshman Washaun Ealey and sophomore Caleb King, who each registered 183 and 166 yards, respectively. Georgia got off to a fast start, rushing for 13 consecutive plays on the way to a Caleb King 6-yard touchdown scamper on its opening drive. Georgia Tech answered with a 42-yard Scott Blair field goal, but Georgia countered with a 22-yard field goal from kicker Blair Walsh and a 13-yard touchdown reception by receiver Michael Moore from quarterback Joe Cox to give the Dogs a 17-3 halftime lead. Demaryius Thomas opened the second half with a bang for Tech, scoring on a 76-yard screen pass from Tech quarterback Josh Nesbitt. Georgia answered the very next play, however, as Caleb King scored on a 75-yard touchdown run to give Georgia a 24-10 lead. Two Blair Walsh field goals were enough to hold off a 5-yard Jonathan Dwyer touchdown run and a 1-yard Josh Nesbitt score for Tech as Georgia won the ballgame 30-24. Joe Cox led the Bulldogs in passing on the evening, going eight for 14 for 76 yards and one touchdown. Ealey and King’s 183 and 166 rushing yards made up the bulk of Georgia’s 339 yards on the ground. Rantavious Wooten led Georgia in receiving with two catches for 25 yards, and linebacker Rennie Curran led the Dogs on defense, with 15 tackles, while safety Reshad Jones had seven tackles and an interception.

Kentucky Georgia

6 3

0 17

14 7

14 0

= =

34 27

UK-Derrick Locke 20 yd pass from Morgan Newton (Randall Cobb rush failed), 10:09 1Q GA-Blair Walsh 21 yd field goal, 4:23 1Q GA-Rantavious Wooten 21 yd pass from Joe Cox (B. Walsh kick), 14:28 2Q GA-Orson Charles 20 yd pass from J. Cox (B. Walsh kick), 5:15 2Q GA-B. Walsh 45 yd field goal, 1:22 2Q UK-R. Cobb 12 yd run (Lones Seiber kick), 14:08 3Q GA-R. Wooten 43 yd pass from J. Cox (B. Walsh kick), 7:03 3Q UK-La’Rod King 21 yd pass from M. Newton (L. Seiber kick), 4:48 3Q UK-D. Locke 60 yd pass from M. Newton (L. Seiber kick), 12:22 4Q UK-R. Cobb 1 yd run (L. Seiber kick), 9:55 4Q Game Statistics First Downs Rushing: Att.-Yards Passing: Comp.-Att.-Yds.-Int Total Plays-Total Net Yards Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards Punts: Number-Yards (Avg.) Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards Time of Possession Third Down Conversions Fourth Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards Rushing UK-Locke UGA-Ealey Passing UK-Newton UGA-Cox Receiving UK-Locke UGA-Charles Punting UK-Tydlacka UGA-Butler Tackles UK-Maxwell UGA-Curran

UK 15 41-123 9-17-137-0 58-260 0-0 3-20 8-329 (41.1) 6-150 26:47 4-of-12 0-of-0 0-0

STATISTICAL LEADERS Att. Yds. TD 16 80 0 19 77 0 Att. Comp. Yds. 17 9 137 30 12 291 Rec. Yds. TD 2 80 2 4 73 1 No. Yds. Avg. 8 329 41.1 5 235 47.0 UT AT Tot. 5 6 11 4 9 13

UGA 22 44-196 12-30-291-2 74-487 4-2 5-75 5-235 (47.0) 5-109 33:13 5-of-16 2-of-2 2-11 Long 10 14 TD 3 3 Long 60 24 Long 52 54

Georgia Georgia Tech

7 0

10 3

10 14

3 7

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30 24

GA-Caleb King 6 yd run (Blair Walsh kick), 9:29 1Q GT-Scott Blair 42 yd field goal, 14:17 2Q GA-B. Walsh 22 yd field goal, 7:32 2Q GA-Michael Moore 13 yd pass from Joe Cox (B. Walsh kick), 3:18 2Q GT-Demaryius Thomas 76 yd pass from Josh Nesbitt (S. Blair kick), 13:30 3Q GA-C. King 75 yd run (B. Walsh kick), 13:08 3Q GT-Jonathan Dwyer 5 yd run (S. Blair kick), 6:29 3Q GA-B. Walsh 38 yd field goal, 2:33 3Q GA-B. Walsh 43 yd field goal, 13:39 4Q GT-J. Nesbitt 1 yd run (S. Blair kick), 7:31 4Q Game Statistics First Downs Rushing: Att.-Yards Passing: Comp.-Att.-Yds.-Int Total Plays-Total Net Yards Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards Punts: Number-Yards (Avg.) Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards Time of Possession Third Down Conversions Fourth Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards Rushing UGA-Ealey GT-Nesbitt Passing UGA-Cox GT-Nesbitt Receiving UGA-Wooten GT-Thomas Punting UGA-No punts GT-No punts Tackles UGA-Curran GT-Burnett

UGA 21 44-339 8-14-76-0 58-415 2-1 5-39 0-0 (0.0) 4-69 30:03 4-of-9 0-of-0 1-14

STATISTICAL LEADERS Att. Yds. TD 20 183 0 19 41 1 Att. Comp. Yds. 14 8 76 12 6 135 Rec. Yds. TD 2 25 0 5 127 1 No. Yds. Avg. 0 0 0 0 0 0 UT AT Tot. 8 7 15 4 12 16

GT 17 51-205 6-13-135-1 64-340 3-1 5-35 0-0 (0.0) 3-82 29:57 7-of-13 2-of-4 1-5 Long 35 24 TD 1 1 Long 23 76 Long 0 0

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2009 GAME SUMMARIES TEXAS A&M

Dec. 28, 2009 • Independence Bowl • Shreveport, La. Georgia closed out the 2009 season by defeating the Texas A&M Aggies 44-20 in the AdvoCare V100 Independence Bowl in front of 49,653 fans at Independence Stadium in Shreveport, Louisiana. The win elevated the ‘Dogs’ record to 8-5 (4-4 SEC) while dropping the Aggies to 6-7 (3-5 Big 12). After the Aggies tied the game at 14-14 early in the third quarter, Georgia scored 30 unanswered points en route to posting its national-leading 13th-straight eight-win season. TE Aron White was named the game’s Most Valuable Offensive Player after two second half TD receptions. Leading the way for the Dogs was freshman TB Washaun Ealey and sophomore TB Caleb King, who each posted solid ground efforts with 78 and 60 yards rushing, respectively. King added two scores on the ground while junior FB Shaun Chapas scored his first career rushing TD with 4:29 remaining in the game. The game, which was scoreless for nearly the entire first half, had a furious finish to the second quarter as three TDs were scored in the final 2:33. A&M receiver Jamie McCoy caught a 15-yard score with 2:33 remaining in the half, but Georgia sophomore CB Brandon Boykin returned his third kickoff of the season for an 81-yard TD. A Bacarri Rambo-blocked punt was recovered by Vance Cuff at A&M’s two yard line, which allowed King to punch in a quick score to make it 14-7 going into half. While Ealey, King, and Chapas paved the way on the ground, sophomore receiver A.J. Green returned after missing the previous two games with a shoulder injury and caught six passes for 57 yards. Georgia’s defense, coached by defensive line coach Rodney Garner and graduate assistants Mitch Doolittle and Todd Hartley, was led by sophomore LB Marcus Dowtin, who had nine tackles. Junior LB Rennie Curran had eight, and safety Reshad Jones had five tackles and an interception. Texas A&M Georgia

0 0

7 14

7 10

6 20

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20 44

TAMU-Jamie McCoy 15 yd pass from Jerrod Johnson (Randy Bullock kick), 2:33 2Q GA-Brandon Boykin 81 yd kickoff return (Blair Walsh kick), 2:22 2Q GA-Caleb King 2 yd run (B. Walsh kick), 1:22 2Q TAMU-Christine Michael 14 yd run (R. Bullock kick), 12:36 3Q GA-B. Walsh 49 yd field goal, 9:25 3Q GA-Aron White 24 yd pass from Joe Cox (B. Walsh kick), 7:49 3Q GA-A. White 2 yd pass from J. Cox (B. Walsh kick), 13:19 4Q GA-C. King 1 yd run (B. Walsh kick), 9:47 4Q GA-Shaun Chapas 5 yd run (Andrew Jensen kick failed), 4:29 4Q TAMU-Howard Morrow 5 yd pass from J. Johnson (J. Johnson pass failed), 1:13 4Q Game Statistics First Downs Rushing: Att.-Yards Passing: Comp.-Att.-Yds.-Int Total Plays-Total Net Yards Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards Punts: Number-Yards (Avg.) Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards Time of Possession Third Down Conversions Fourth Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards Rushing TAMU-Michael UGA-Ealey Passing TAMU-Johnson UGA-Cox Receiving TAMU-Fuller UGA-Green Punting TAMU-Epperson UGA-Butler Tackles TAMU-Hodges UGA-Dowtin

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TAMU 26 33-109 29-59-362-2 92-471 3-0 7-65 7-206 (29.4) 8-157 27:59 10-of-20 0-of-2 0-0

STATISTICAL LEADERS Att. Yds. TD 15 77 1 13 78 0 Att. Comp. Yds. 58 29 362 28 15 158 Rec. Yds. TD 7 102 0 6 57 0 No. Yds. Avg. 5 182 36.4 6 249 41.5 UT AT Tot. 5 4 9 5 4 9

UGA 17 40-208 15-28-158-1 68-366 0-0 6-39 6-249 (41.5) 2-107 32:01 7-of-15 0-of-0 2-12 Long 14 27 TD 2 2 Long 25 16 Long 41 45

STARTING STREAKS OFFENSE Justin Anderson, RG Clint Boling, RT/LT Shaun Chapas, FB Orson Charles, TE Joe Cox, QB Chris Davis, C/G Josh Davis, RT Kris Durham, SE Washaun Ealey, TB Justin Fields, FB Bruce Figgins, TE Cordy Glenn, LG/LT A.J. Green, FLK Ben Jones, C Caleb King, TB Tavarres King, SE Michael Moore, FLK Fred Munzenmaeir, FB Branden Smith, RB Trinton Sturdivant, LT Vince Vance, LG/LT Aron White, TE Rantavious Wooten, FLK

2009 5 13 7 3 13 11 6 INJ. 2 1 RS 13 8 13 5 9 5 1 1 1/INJ. 4 12 3

2008 7 12 6 n/a 13 4 4 n/a 0 2 10 11 10 RS 6 0 n/a INJ. 6/INJ. 1 n/a

2007 RS 11 n/a 13 1 n/a 0 1 n/a n/a n/a RS n/a 0 n/a 13 RS n/a

2006 n/a n/a n/a n/a 1 RS RS 2 n/a RS n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a RS n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

2005 n/a n/a n/a n/a RS n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a RS n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

DEFENSE Geno Atkins, DT Roderick Battle, DE Brandon Boykin, SC/WC Vance Cuff, SC Rennie Curran, WLB Akeem Dent, SLB Darius Dewberry, WLB Demarcus Dobbs, DE Marcus Dowtin, MLB Bryan Evans, FS Darryl Gamble, SLB Justin Houston, DE Reshad Jones, SS Prince Miller, WCB/SC Jeff Owens, DT Kiante Tripp, DE/*LT Cornelius Washington, DE Marcus Washington, LB Kade Weston, DT Nick Williams, SLB

2009 3 2/INJ. 12 1 12 4 6 13 4 13 11 10 13 13 13 1 1 10 1

2008 13 7 13 8 4 0 5 6 1 12 10 1/INJ. *3 RS RS/INJ -

2007 7 13 n/a 5 5 5 n/a 2 RS 2 8 13 n/a 6 5 n/a

2006 0 0 n/a n/a n/a RS 0 RS n/a 4 RS n/a RS 0 12 RS n/a 0 6 n/a

2005 Total Cons. n/a 23 RS 22 n/a 12 1 n/a 1 n/a 30 n/a 17 4 n/a 11 n/a 17 13 n/a 4 2 RS 24 13 n/a 17 1 n/a 11 4 n/a 27 22 n/a 31 22 0 39 13 n/a *3 n/a 1 0 7 0 21 10 n/a 1 -

* - Smith started at RB and sees time on offense, but is normally a DB

Note: Some starts were at other positions and include bowl games. RS=Redshirted; n/a=not at UGA yet; inj=injured

Total Cons. 12 36 25 13 1 3 2 14 13 37 10 10 7 2 1 3 22 20 19 1 23 23 5 5 9 5 11 1 1 14 10 1 13 3 -


The Pride of

eorgia


Georgia Football

Georgia Football

Did You Know? » Georgia has more combined recipients of the NCAA and National Football Foundation PostGraduate Scholarship, NCAA Top Eight Award, and Academic All-America honors than any university in the South.

» SportsIllustrated.com ranked Athens, Ga., as the second-best sports town in the country and The Sporting News ranked Athens as the second-best sports city in the SEC.

Dear Prospective Student-Athlete: As you enter your college decision-making process, you need to consider all information and choose the school that will provide you the best all-around college experience. I believe the University of Georgia can do just that!

» Georgia has been on live television 108 times in the last 10 years, including 85 nationally.

We know you have wonderful hopes and dreams of getting your degree, winning championships, playing pro ball, and growing into the man that God intended for you to become. Everything we do is geared to help you reach those goals.

» In the past 14 years, 71 Georgia players have been chosen in the annual NFL draft, including No. 1 Matthew Stafford and No. 12 Knowshon Moreno in 2009.

As stated in our coaches’ mission statement, we are dedicated in assisting our players to reach their full potential in the classroom, on the football field and in society. We have the very best coaches, strength staff, academic counselors, athletic trainers and equipment managers in the country.

» Georgia is the only school to have three different Super Bowl MVPs: Jake Scott of the Miami Dolphins, Terrell Davis of the Denver Broncos and Hines Ward of the Pittsburgh Steelers.

We also have two team chaplains to help you grow spiritually if you choose to. The bottom line is we love our players and want them to succeed. We will take good care of you if you choose us. Come and join our Bulldog family! Sincerely,

Drew Butler, 2009 winner of the Ray Guy Award as the nation’s top punter.

» A total of six National

Mark Richt Head Football Coach

Football Foundation National Scholar-Athletes played in Super Bowl XLIV, including the Saints’ Jon Stinchcomb. Matt Stinchcomb, Jon’s brother, won the Campbell Trophy in 1998 as college football’s top scholarathlete, and he played in Super Bowl XXXVIII for the Oakland Raiders – the first overall and just the second Campbell Trophy honoree to play in the Super Bowl.

“As a University, we are committed to the goal of a successful football program because it goes hand-in-hand with our goals of being among the very best in all areas of academics, research, and public service.”

“Coach Richt is a leader with great integrity and is committed to helping his players achieve greatness on and off the field. To achieve our goals, we must recruit the elite student-athletes in the country to become part of the legacy of champions.”

Dr. Michael F. Adams President

Rodney Garner Recruiting Coordinator Assistant Head Coach

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Johnny Brown December 2001

Randall Kendrick December 2001

S I N C E

Dave Claasen Spring 2002

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G R A D U A T E S

James “Hap” Hines Spring 2002

James “Curt” McGill Spring 2002

LaBrone Mitchell Spring 2002

S I N C E

Justin Reynolds Spring 2002

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Braxton Snyder Spring 2002

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Georgia Football

Georgia Football

Did You Know? » Georgia has more combined recipients of the NCAA and National Football Foundation PostGraduate Scholarship, NCAA Top Eight Award, and Academic All-America honors than any university in the South.

» SportsIllustrated.com ranked Athens, Ga., as the second-best sports town in the country and The Sporting News ranked Athens as the second-best sports city in the SEC.

Dear Prospective Student-Athlete: As you enter your college decision-making process, you need to consider all information and choose the school that will provide you the best all-around college experience. I believe the University of Georgia can do just that!

» Georgia has been on live television 108 times in the last 10 years, including 85 nationally.

We know you have wonderful hopes and dreams of getting your degree, winning championships, playing pro ball, and growing into the man that God intended for you to become. Everything we do is geared to help you reach those goals.

» In the past 14 years, 71 Georgia players have been chosen in the annual NFL draft, including No. 1 Matthew Stafford and No. 12 Knowshon Moreno in 2009.

As stated in our coaches’ mission statement, we are dedicated in assisting our players to reach their full potential in the classroom, on the football field and in society. We have the very best coaches, strength staff, academic counselors, athletic trainers and equipment managers in the country.

» Georgia is the only school to have three different Super Bowl MVPs: Jake Scott of the Miami Dolphins, Terrell Davis of the Denver Broncos and Hines Ward of the Pittsburgh Steelers.

We also have two team chaplains to help you grow spiritually if you choose to. The bottom line is we love our players and want them to succeed. We will take good care of you if you choose us. Come and join our Bulldog family! Sincerely,

Drew Butler, 2009 winner of the Ray Guy Award as the nation’s top punter.

» A total of six National

Mark Richt Head Football Coach

Football Foundation National Scholar-Athletes played in Super Bowl XLIV, including the Saints’ Jon Stinchcomb. Matt Stinchcomb, Jon’s brother, won the Campbell Trophy in 1998 as college football’s top scholarathlete, and he played in Super Bowl XXXVIII for the Oakland Raiders – the first overall and just the second Campbell Trophy honoree to play in the Super Bowl.

“As a University, we are committed to the goal of a successful football program because it goes hand-in-hand with our goals of being among the very best in all areas of academics, research, and public service.”

“Coach Richt is a leader with great integrity and is committed to helping his players achieve greatness on and off the field. To achieve our goals, we must recruit the elite student-athletes in the country to become part of the legacy of champions.”

Dr. Michael F. Adams President

Rodney Garner Recruiting Coordinator Assistant Head Coach

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Johnny Brown December 2001

Randall Kendrick December 2001

S I N C E

Dave Claasen Spring 2002

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G R A D U A T E S

James “Hap” Hines Spring 2002

James “Curt” McGill Spring 2002

LaBrone Mitchell Spring 2002

S I N C E

Justin Reynolds Spring 2002

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Braxton Snyder Spring 2002

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Opportunities for Success

“From the coaches, to the academic support staff, these studentathletes receive what I think is probably the best support and guidance to be found in the nation.” Dr. Audrey Haynes Department of Political Science

“Coach Richt and the entire football staff have done an excellent job guiding studentathletes through their collegiate careers. The UGA Athletic Association’s mentor program ensures that UGA student-athletes are successful beyond their UGA careers.” Rodney Bennett Dean of Students Vice-President, Student Affairs

Preparation for Success

“The athletic academic and coaching staffs are committed to creating student-athletes who are academically successful and personally motivated to excel in all aspects of college life and beyond.”

“Coach Richt and his staff have made the football program a ‘point of pride’ at UGA. I look forward to seeing even higher standards being set on and off the field and more student-athletes earning a degree before they leave Athens.”

“As a member of the UGA faculty, and, as a UGA alumnus, I’m pleased that my alma mater is so committed to the lives of these young men; a commitment resulting from the integrity and vision of such men as Coach Richt and Coach Garner combined with the devoted academic staff.”

“The Athletic Association does a great job incorporating high academic standards into a very successful athletic program. There is a strong commitment to the success of studentathletes both on and off the playing field.”

Catherine Teare Ketter School of Marine Programs

Dr. Anne Sweaney Housing and Consumer Economics

Dr. David Gattie Biological & Agricultural Engineering

Michelle N. Garfield Franklin College of Arts and Sciences

RANKIN M. SMITH STUDENT-ATHLETE ACADEMIC CENTER / STUDENT SERVICES

T

he Rankin M. Smith Sr. Student-Athlete Academic Center, which opened in 2002, provides the cutting-edge resources

Georgia’s football players and other studentathletes need to achieve their academic goals. Named for UGA alumnus and former Atlanta Falcons owner Rankin Smith Sr. and built following a generous $3.5 million contribution from the Smith family, the center features tutorial rooms, computer labs, counselors’ offices and teaching space.

“Opportunity: A good chance for self-advancement.”

Eric Zeier, recordsetting quarterback at Georgia and a former NFL signalcaller, is now the color analyst for games on the Georgia Bulldogs Radio Network.

Billy Payne, an All-American for the Bulldogs, was the President and CEO for the 1996 Olympic Games (with three events taking place in Athens) and he is the current chairman of Augusta National Golf Club, home of The Masters.

W

hatever the career goals of a student-athlete, becoming a Georgia Bulldog will provide you with the opportunity to achieve those objectives. All

across the state of Georgia, the Southeast, and in many of the 50 states, former Bulldogs are living lives of achievement, success, and self-fulfillment.

Former Bulldog All-SEC defensive end Mixon Robinson currently serves as one of Georgia’s team orthopedists.

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Corey Allen Summer 2002

Left to right: Learning Specialist Wendy LeBlanc, Academic Counselor Eric Beverly, Director of Academic Services Ted White, Academic Counselor Wally Richardson and Coordinator of Football Academics Rhonda Kilpatrick.

Corrie Collier Summer 2002

Former UGA tight end Scott Williams is a Regional Account Executive for Atlanta Market Sales for Turner Sports.

1980 Georgia team captain Frank Ros is currently an executive with Coca-Cola.

S I N C E

Clint Larkin Summer 2002

Dr. Roosevelt Gilliam III, a former member of the Georgia football and track teams, serves with Cardiology Associates of Northeast Arkansas and is one of the nation’s top cardiologists.

2 0 0 1

G R A D U A T E S

Ben Lowe Summer 2002

Brent Rickman Summer 2002

Adrian Hollingshed December 2002

S I N C E

Brett Kirouac December 2002

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Jonathan Stinchcomb December 2002

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Opportunities for Success

“From the coaches, to the academic support staff, these studentathletes receive what I think is probably the best support and guidance to be found in the nation.” Dr. Audrey Haynes Department of Political Science

“Coach Richt and the entire football staff have done an excellent job guiding studentathletes through their collegiate careers. The UGA Athletic Association’s mentor program ensures that UGA student-athletes are successful beyond their UGA careers.” Rodney Bennett Dean of Students Vice-President, Student Affairs

Preparation for Success

“The athletic academic and coaching staffs are committed to creating student-athletes who are academically successful and personally motivated to excel in all aspects of college life and beyond.”

“Coach Richt and his staff have made the football program a ‘point of pride’ at UGA. I look forward to seeing even higher standards being set on and off the field and more student-athletes earning a degree before they leave Athens.”

“As a member of the UGA faculty, and, as a UGA alumnus, I’m pleased that my alma mater is so committed to the lives of these young men; a commitment resulting from the integrity and vision of such men as Coach Richt and Coach Garner combined with the devoted academic staff.”

“The Athletic Association does a great job incorporating high academic standards into a very successful athletic program. There is a strong commitment to the success of studentathletes both on and off the playing field.”

Catherine Teare Ketter School of Marine Programs

Dr. Anne Sweaney Housing and Consumer Economics

Dr. David Gattie Biological & Agricultural Engineering

Michelle N. Garfield Franklin College of Arts and Sciences

RANKIN M. SMITH STUDENT-ATHLETE ACADEMIC CENTER / STUDENT SERVICES

T

he Rankin M. Smith Sr. Student-Athlete Academic Center, which opened in 2002, provides the cutting-edge resources

Georgia’s football players and other studentathletes need to achieve their academic goals. Named for UGA alumnus and former Atlanta Falcons owner Rankin Smith Sr. and built following a generous $3.5 million contribution from the Smith family, the center features tutorial rooms, computer labs, counselors’ offices and teaching space.

“Opportunity: A good chance for self-advancement.”

Eric Zeier, recordsetting quarterback at Georgia and a former NFL signalcaller, is now the color analyst for games on the Georgia Bulldogs Radio Network.

Billy Payne, an All-American for the Bulldogs, was the President and CEO for the 1996 Olympic Games (with three events taking place in Athens) and he is the current chairman of Augusta National Golf Club, home of The Masters.

W

hatever the career goals of a student-athlete, becoming a Georgia Bulldog will provide you with the opportunity to achieve those objectives. All

across the state of Georgia, the Southeast, and in many of the 50 states, former Bulldogs are living lives of achievement, success, and self-fulfillment.

Former Bulldog All-SEC defensive end Mixon Robinson currently serves as one of Georgia’s team orthopedists.

G R A D U A T E S

78

Corey Allen Summer 2002

Left to right: Learning Specialist Wendy LeBlanc, Academic Counselor Eric Beverly, Director of Academic Services Ted White, Academic Counselor Wally Richardson and Coordinator of Football Academics Rhonda Kilpatrick.

Corrie Collier Summer 2002

Former UGA tight end Scott Williams is a Regional Account Executive for Atlanta Market Sales for Turner Sports.

1980 Georgia team captain Frank Ros is currently an executive with Coca-Cola.

S I N C E

Clint Larkin Summer 2002

Dr. Roosevelt Gilliam III, a former member of the Georgia football and track teams, serves with Cardiology Associates of Northeast Arkansas and is one of the nation’s top cardiologists.

2 0 0 1

G R A D U A T E S

Ben Lowe Summer 2002

Brent Rickman Summer 2002

Adrian Hollingshed December 2002

S I N C E

Brett Kirouac December 2002

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Jonathan Stinchcomb December 2002

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What Parents Say

“A.J. has had a great time at UGA. He couldn’t have made a better choice. The coaches, the administration, the staff, and the players all have his best interest at heart. The coaches treat our sons like their own family. I haven’t had to worry about my son because I know that he is and has been well taken care of.” Dora and Woodrow Green

“I am so pleased and very proud of Justin’s decision to attend Georgia. The coaching staff at UGA did everything that they said they would and didn’t make any promises that they did not keep. Justin was already a good kid, but since being here, UGA has brought out the best in him. I have no complaints and know we made a wise choice.” Kimberly Houston

“Shon was surrounded by fantastic people at Georgia. The people at Georgia helped take care of him, and he made friends that he will have for years to come. The coaches were just fantastic. He had a great rapport with them, and I’m happy that he found coaches like that to be in his life. Shon really, really liked it at Georgia.” Mildred McQueen

“We have always tried to teach Tavarres to be a good person and a strong man, with good character, high morals, and Christian beliefs. The more time we spent with Coach Richt and the rest of the UGA football staff, we found that they shared our beliefs as well. We are lucky to have such good men and a great university teaching our son.” Brian and Sarita Davidson

“The UGA Football program provided opportunities for Matt and Jon to develop spiritually, socially, academically and physically. Our eight-plus years as a part of the program were wonderful and positive for our family.” The Stinchcomb Family

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JT Wall December 2002

What Parents Say

Josh Billue Spring 2003

S I N C E

Cap Burnett Spring 2003

“I am so grateful that Mohamed got the opportunity to go to Georgia, where he became a better citizen and a better man. I know that he was at a school where the coaches and teachers guided him in a way that was right. Everything I heard from Mohamed was always positive, and as a parent that made me feel good.” Sarah Gaye

“UGA is exceeding our expectations academically as well as athletically. As parents of a student-athlete, we are very pleased with the coaching staff and administration. Brandon is enjoying his experience in Athens. We look forward to his continued growth on and off the field.” Alfred, Lisa, and Alfred Boykin Jr.

“Academically, Matthew enjoyed that part of his experience at Georgia. Athletically, he loved the time he had on the team. He made great friends and was very happy with the whole coaching staff. He loved Athens, especially with his sister Page also attending UGA.” Margaret Stafford

“I am so proud of the man Demarcus has become at the University of Georgia under the guidance and influence of extraordinary leadership. Demarcus will graduate this fall with a degree from one of the highest ranking academic institutions in the country, and it would not have been possible without the encouragement, discipline, and support of everyone within the UGA football program. It takes a village…Thanks Bulldog Nation!” Danny and Stephanie Britt

2 0 0 1

“Surrounded by extraordinary people in both the athletic and academic departments, Shaun has excelled on and off the field athletically, academically and spiritually. It has been a pleasure and privilege to watch his development at the University of Georgia. Shaun feels very much at home at the University of Georgia and is building friendships that will surely last a lifetime. We could not be more pleased with his development as both a man and student-athlete.” George and Alexis Chapas

“UGA was the best fit for Akeem because of the family unity that the coaches, staff and UGA football team has created. UGA provides an excellent educational opportunity that student athletes could not get anywhere else. Akeem has enjoyed the friends he has made, and we love being a part of the Bulldog Nation. GO DAWGS!” Gail Memfis

G R A D U A T E S

Charles “Andy” Hogan Spring 2003

Jared Noblet Spring 2003

Ben Watson Spring 2003

“UGA is without a doubt, the best place for my son to receive a first class education and play football amongst the nation’s best. We searched our hearts and minds throughout the recruiting process, and at the end of the day, it came down to Coach Mark Richt and his complete commitment to my son. I was sold on UGA completely and still am. Coach Richt and his staff are the reason Bacarri came to UGA, and I am proud to be a Bulldog parent!” Danny Rambo

S I N C E

Robert Brannon Summer 2003

“It was a wonderful experience to watch Ron, Champ and Boss represent the University of Georgia as student-athletes with dignity and pride and become positive men in today’s society. I deemed it an honor to have worn the red and black among the fans, faculty and coaching staffs.” Elaine Bailey

“As parents of a student-athlete, we couldn’t ask for a better university to meet our son’s needs. The staff at UGA — coaches, counselors, trainers, administration — exceeded our expectations. We felt very comfortable leaving our son in their care.” Don and Tanya Shockley

2 0 0 1

Wallace “Ryan” Davis Summer 2003

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What Parents Say

“A.J. has had a great time at UGA. He couldn’t have made a better choice. The coaches, the administration, the staff, and the players all have his best interest at heart. The coaches treat our sons like their own family. I haven’t had to worry about my son because I know that he is and has been well taken care of.” Dora and Woodrow Green

“I am so pleased and very proud of Justin’s decision to attend Georgia. The coaching staff at UGA did everything that they said they would and didn’t make any promises that they did not keep. Justin was already a good kid, but since being here, UGA has brought out the best in him. I have no complaints and know we made a wise choice.” Kimberly Houston

“Shon was surrounded by fantastic people at Georgia. The people at Georgia helped take care of him, and he made friends that he will have for years to come. The coaches were just fantastic. He had a great rapport with them, and I’m happy that he found coaches like that to be in his life. Shon really, really liked it at Georgia.” Mildred McQueen

“We have always tried to teach Tavarres to be a good person and a strong man, with good character, high morals, and Christian beliefs. The more time we spent with Coach Richt and the rest of the UGA football staff, we found that they shared our beliefs as well. We are lucky to have such good men and a great university teaching our son.” Brian and Sarita Davidson

“The UGA Football program provided opportunities for Matt and Jon to develop spiritually, socially, academically and physically. Our eight-plus years as a part of the program were wonderful and positive for our family.” The Stinchcomb Family

G R A D U A T E S

80

JT Wall December 2002

What Parents Say

Josh Billue Spring 2003

S I N C E

Cap Burnett Spring 2003

“I am so grateful that Mohamed got the opportunity to go to Georgia, where he became a better citizen and a better man. I know that he was at a school where the coaches and teachers guided him in a way that was right. Everything I heard from Mohamed was always positive, and as a parent that made me feel good.” Sarah Gaye

“UGA is exceeding our expectations academically as well as athletically. As parents of a student-athlete, we are very pleased with the coaching staff and administration. Brandon is enjoying his experience in Athens. We look forward to his continued growth on and off the field.” Alfred, Lisa, and Alfred Boykin Jr.

“Academically, Matthew enjoyed that part of his experience at Georgia. Athletically, he loved the time he had on the team. He made great friends and was very happy with the whole coaching staff. He loved Athens, especially with his sister Page also attending UGA.” Margaret Stafford

“I am so proud of the man Demarcus has become at the University of Georgia under the guidance and influence of extraordinary leadership. Demarcus will graduate this fall with a degree from one of the highest ranking academic institutions in the country, and it would not have been possible without the encouragement, discipline, and support of everyone within the UGA football program. It takes a village…Thanks Bulldog Nation!” Danny and Stephanie Britt

2 0 0 1

“Surrounded by extraordinary people in both the athletic and academic departments, Shaun has excelled on and off the field athletically, academically and spiritually. It has been a pleasure and privilege to watch his development at the University of Georgia. Shaun feels very much at home at the University of Georgia and is building friendships that will surely last a lifetime. We could not be more pleased with his development as both a man and student-athlete.” George and Alexis Chapas

“UGA was the best fit for Akeem because of the family unity that the coaches, staff and UGA football team has created. UGA provides an excellent educational opportunity that student athletes could not get anywhere else. Akeem has enjoyed the friends he has made, and we love being a part of the Bulldog Nation. GO DAWGS!” Gail Memfis

G R A D U A T E S

Charles “Andy” Hogan Spring 2003

Jared Noblet Spring 2003

Ben Watson Spring 2003

“UGA is without a doubt, the best place for my son to receive a first class education and play football amongst the nation’s best. We searched our hearts and minds throughout the recruiting process, and at the end of the day, it came down to Coach Mark Richt and his complete commitment to my son. I was sold on UGA completely and still am. Coach Richt and his staff are the reason Bacarri came to UGA, and I am proud to be a Bulldog parent!” Danny Rambo

S I N C E

Robert Brannon Summer 2003

“It was a wonderful experience to watch Ron, Champ and Boss represent the University of Georgia as student-athletes with dignity and pride and become positive men in today’s society. I deemed it an honor to have worn the red and black among the fans, faculty and coaching staffs.” Elaine Bailey

“As parents of a student-athlete, we couldn’t ask for a better university to meet our son’s needs. The staff at UGA — coaches, counselors, trainers, administration — exceeded our expectations. We felt very comfortable leaving our son in their care.” Don and Tanya Shockley

2 0 0 1

Wallace “Ryan” Davis Summer 2003

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Bowl Bound

Bowl Bound

Georgia has been to 45 bowl games — one of the top six bowl teams of all time. And the Bulldogs have played in more different bowl games than anyone — 18 in all!

Georgia’s Bowl Record Team

Bluebonnet Capital One/Citrus/ Tangerine Chick-fil-A/Peach Cotton Gator Hall of Fame Independence Liberty Music City O’ahu Oil Orange Outback Presidential Cup Rose Sugar Sun

Nation’s Top Bowl Teams (All-Time) Team

# of Games

W-L-T

Alabama Texas Southern Cal Tennessee Nebraska

57 49 49 48 47

32-22-3 25-22-2 32-17-0 25-23-0 25-22-0

GEORGIA

45

26-16-3

Oklahoma Penn State LSU Ohio State Michigan

43 42 41 41 39

25-17-1 27-13-2 21-19-1 19-22-0 19-20-0

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Brandon Sarver Summer 2003

Terin Smith Summer 2003

S I N C E

Kirby Towns Summer 2003

2 0 0 1

Corey Phillips December 2003

G R A D U A T E S

Jarrett Berry Spring 2004

Brandon Carley Spring 2004

Patrick Croffie Spring 2004

William “Burt” Jones Spring 2004

# of Games

W-L-T

1 5

0-1-0 3-1-1

5 3 3 1 2 2 1 1 1 3 3 1 1 9 3

3-2-0 2-1-0 2-0-1 0-1-0 2-0-0 1-1-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 2-1-0 3-0-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 4-5-0 1-1-1

Consecutive Seasons with Eight or More Wins (current streak) as of Jan. 8, 2010 Rank No.

S I N C E

Jeff Lyons Spring 2004

Team

1.

13

GEORGIA

2.

12

Texas

12

Virginia Tech

4.

11

Boise State

5.

10

LSU

10

Oklahoma

7.

9

Boston College

8.

8

Ohio State

8

USC

8

Texas Tech

12.

8

West Virginia

7

Navy

2 0 0 1

Sean Rivas Spring 2004

83


Bowl Bound

Bowl Bound

Georgia has been to 45 bowl games — one of the top six bowl teams of all time. And the Bulldogs have played in more different bowl games than anyone — 18 in all!

Georgia’s Bowl Record Team

Bluebonnet Capital One/Citrus/ Tangerine Chick-fil-A/Peach Cotton Gator Hall of Fame Independence Liberty Music City O’ahu Oil Orange Outback Presidential Cup Rose Sugar Sun

Nation’s Top Bowl Teams (All-Time) Team

# of Games

W-L-T

Alabama Texas Southern Cal Tennessee Nebraska

57 49 49 48 47

32-22-3 25-22-2 32-17-0 25-23-0 25-22-0

GEORGIA

45

26-16-3

Oklahoma Penn State LSU Ohio State Michigan

43 42 41 41 39

25-17-1 27-13-2 21-19-1 19-22-0 19-20-0

G R A D U A T E S

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Brandon Sarver Summer 2003

Terin Smith Summer 2003

S I N C E

Kirby Towns Summer 2003

2 0 0 1

Corey Phillips December 2003

G R A D U A T E S

Jarrett Berry Spring 2004

Brandon Carley Spring 2004

Patrick Croffie Spring 2004

William “Burt” Jones Spring 2004

# of Games

W-L-T

1 5

0-1-0 3-1-1

5 3 3 1 2 2 1 1 1 3 3 1 1 9 3

3-2-0 2-1-0 2-0-1 0-1-0 2-0-0 1-1-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 2-1-0 3-0-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 4-5-0 1-1-1

Consecutive Seasons with Eight or More Wins (current streak) as of Jan. 8, 2010 Rank No.

S I N C E

Jeff Lyons Spring 2004

Team

1.

13

GEORGIA

2.

12

Texas

12

Virginia Tech

4.

11

Boise State

5.

10

LSU

10

Oklahoma

7.

9

Boston College

8.

8

Ohio State

8

USC

8

Texas Tech

12.

8

West Virginia

7

Navy

2 0 0 1

Sean Rivas Spring 2004

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Bulldogs in the NFL

Bulldogs in the NFL

Asher Allen : CB Minnesota Vikings

Phillip Daniels : DE Washington Redskins

Danny Ware : RB New York Giants

Marcus Stroud : DT Buffalo Bills

Chris Clemons : DE Seattle Seahawks (formerly with the Philadelphia Eagles)

Thomas Davis : LB Carolina Panthers

T

Richard Seymour : DE Oakland Raiders

Knowshon Moreno : TB Denver Broncos

he Georgia Bulldogs have always held a prominent place

in the NFL. In the last seven years alone, 20 former Bulldogs have helped their teams reach the Super Bowl, including Super Bowl XL MVP Hines Ward and XLIV winners Matthew Stafford : QB Detroit Lions

Jon Stinchcomb and Charles Grant.

Leonard Pope : TE Kansas City Chiefs

Quentin Moses : LB Miami Dolphins

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DeCory Bryant Summer 2004

Kevin Breedlove December 2004

S I N C E

Gabe Galt December 2004

Dannell Ellerbe : LB Baltimore Ravens

UGA Pro Day 2010 Dennis Roland : OT Cincinnati Bengals

2 0 0 1

David Greene December 2004

G R A D U A T E S

Arnold Harrison December 2004

Derrick Holloway December 2004

Jake Honeycutt December 2004

Jake Hooten December 2004

S I N C E

Jonathan Kilgo December 2004

2 0 0 1

Ronnie Powell December 2004

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Bulldogs in the NFL

Bulldogs in the NFL

Asher Allen : CB Minnesota Vikings

Phillip Daniels : DE Washington Redskins

Danny Ware : RB New York Giants

Marcus Stroud : DT Buffalo Bills

Chris Clemons : DE Seattle Seahawks (formerly with the Philadelphia Eagles)

Thomas Davis : LB Carolina Panthers

T

Richard Seymour : DE Oakland Raiders

Knowshon Moreno : TB Denver Broncos

he Georgia Bulldogs have always held a prominent place

in the NFL. In the last seven years alone, 20 former Bulldogs have helped their teams reach the Super Bowl, including Super Bowl XL MVP Hines Ward and XLIV winners Matthew Stafford : QB Detroit Lions

Jon Stinchcomb and Charles Grant.

Leonard Pope : TE Kansas City Chiefs

Quentin Moses : LB Miami Dolphins

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DeCory Bryant Summer 2004

Kevin Breedlove December 2004

S I N C E

Gabe Galt December 2004

Dannell Ellerbe : LB Baltimore Ravens

UGA Pro Day 2010 Dennis Roland : OT Cincinnati Bengals

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David Greene December 2004

G R A D U A T E S

Arnold Harrison December 2004

Derrick Holloway December 2004

Jake Honeycutt December 2004

Jake Hooten December 2004

S I N C E

Jonathan Kilgo December 2004

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Ronnie Powell December 2004

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Bulldogs in the NFL

Bulldogs in the NFL Charles Johnson : DE Carolina Panthers

Kregg Lumpkin : RB Green Bay Packers

UGA Pro Day 2010 Paul Oliver : FS San Diego Chargers

D.J. Shockley : QB Atlanta Falcons

Current NFL Bulldogs » Asher Allen, CB Minnesota Vikings » Geno Atkins, DT Cincinnati Bengals » Champ Bailey, CB Denver Broncos » Reggie Brown, WR Tampa Bay Buccaneers » Thomas Brown, RB Cleveland Browns » Chris Clemons, DE Seattle Seahawks » Rennie Curran, LB Tennessee Titans » Phillip Daniels, DE Washington Redskins » Thomas Davis, LB Carolina Panthers » Dannell Ellerbe, LB Baltimore Ravens » Bryan Evans, DB Cincinnati Bengals » Demetric Evans, DE San Francisco 49ers » Jason Ferguson, DT Miami Dolphins » Robert Geathers, DE Cincinnati Bengals

Current NFL Bulldogs

Benjamin Watson : TE Cleveland Browns

Kedric Golston : DT Washington Redskins

(formerly with the New England Patriots)

Jon Stinchcomb : OT New Orleans Saints

Will Witherspoon : LB Tennessee Titans (formerly with the Philadelphia Eagles)

Demetric Evans : DE San Francisco 49ers

Jarius Wynn : DE Green Bay Packers

Fernando Velasco : C Tennessee Titans

» Kedric Golston, DT Washington Redskins » Marcus Howard, LB Tennessee Titans » Corvey Irvin, DT Carolina Panthers » Max Jean-Gilles, OG Philadelphia Eagles » Tim Jennings, CB Chicago Bears » Charles Johnson, DE Carolina Panthers » Reshad Jones, DB Miami Dolphins » Sean Jones, FS Tampa Bay Buccaneers » John Kasay, PK Carolina Panthers » Kregg Lumpkin, RB Green Bay Packers » Mohamed Massaquoi, WR Cleveland Browns » Prince Miller, DB Baltimore Ravens » Michael Moore, WR Detroit Lions » Knowshon Moreno, RB Denver Broncos

NFL Combine 2010

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Jeremy Thomas December 2004

Will Thompson December 2004

S I N C E

Evan Wells December 2004

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Tommy Wilson December 2004

G R A D U A T E S

Billy Bennett Spring 2005

Reggie Brown Spring 2005

Jevaris Johnson Spring 2005

Porter Lady Spring 2005

S I N C E

Philip Nix Spring 2005

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Jeff T. Harris Summer 2005

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Bulldogs in the NFL

Bulldogs in the NFL Charles Johnson : DE Carolina Panthers

Kregg Lumpkin : RB Green Bay Packers

UGA Pro Day 2010 Paul Oliver : FS San Diego Chargers

D.J. Shockley : QB Atlanta Falcons

Current NFL Bulldogs » Asher Allen, CB Minnesota Vikings » Geno Atkins, DT Cincinnati Bengals » Champ Bailey, CB Denver Broncos » Reggie Brown, WR Tampa Bay Buccaneers » Thomas Brown, RB Cleveland Browns » Chris Clemons, DE Seattle Seahawks » Rennie Curran, LB Tennessee Titans » Phillip Daniels, DE Washington Redskins » Thomas Davis, LB Carolina Panthers » Dannell Ellerbe, LB Baltimore Ravens » Bryan Evans, DB Cincinnati Bengals » Demetric Evans, DE San Francisco 49ers » Jason Ferguson, DT Miami Dolphins » Robert Geathers, DE Cincinnati Bengals

Current NFL Bulldogs

Benjamin Watson : TE Cleveland Browns

Kedric Golston : DT Washington Redskins

(formerly with the New England Patriots)

Jon Stinchcomb : OT New Orleans Saints

Will Witherspoon : LB Tennessee Titans (formerly with the Philadelphia Eagles)

Demetric Evans : DE San Francisco 49ers

Jarius Wynn : DE Green Bay Packers

Fernando Velasco : C Tennessee Titans

» Kedric Golston, DT Washington Redskins » Marcus Howard, LB Tennessee Titans » Corvey Irvin, DT Carolina Panthers » Max Jean-Gilles, OG Philadelphia Eagles » Tim Jennings, CB Chicago Bears » Charles Johnson, DE Carolina Panthers » Reshad Jones, DB Miami Dolphins » Sean Jones, FS Tampa Bay Buccaneers » John Kasay, PK Carolina Panthers » Kregg Lumpkin, RB Green Bay Packers » Mohamed Massaquoi, WR Cleveland Browns » Prince Miller, DB Baltimore Ravens » Michael Moore, WR Detroit Lions » Knowshon Moreno, RB Denver Broncos

NFL Combine 2010

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Jeremy Thomas December 2004

Will Thompson December 2004

S I N C E

Evan Wells December 2004

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Tommy Wilson December 2004

G R A D U A T E S

Billy Bennett Spring 2005

Reggie Brown Spring 2005

Jevaris Johnson Spring 2005

Porter Lady Spring 2005

S I N C E

Philip Nix Spring 2005

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Jeff T. Harris Summer 2005

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Bulldogs in the NFL NFL Combine 2010

Corvey Irvin : DT Carolina Panthers

Reggie Brown : WR Tampa Bay Bucs

Sean Jones : FS Tampa Bay Bucs (formerly with the Philadelphia Eagles)

(formerly with the Philadelphia Eagles)

Tim Jennings : CB Chicago Bears (formerly with the Indianapolis Colts)

Current NFL Bulldogs » Quentin Moses, LB Miami Dolphins » Paul Oliver, FS San Diego Chargers » Jeff Owens, DT Philadelphia Eagles » Jermaine Phillips, S Tampa Bay Buccaneers » Leonard Pope, TE Kansas City Chiefs » Dennis Roland, OT Cincinnati Bengals » Richard Seymour, DE Oakland Raiders » D.J. Shockley, QB Atlanta Falcons » Matthew Stafford, QB Detroit Lions » Jon Stinchcomb, OT New Orleans Saints » Marcus Stroud, DT Buffalo Bills » Vince Vance, OL Chicago Bears » Fernando Velasco, C Tennessee Titans » Hines Ward, WR Pittsburgh Steelers

Current NFL Bulldogs Champ Bailey : CB Denver Broncos

Hines Ward : WR Pittsburgh Steelers

John Kasay : PK Carolina Panthers

Mohamed Massaquoi: WR Cleveland Browns

» Danny Ware, RB New York Giants » Benjamin Watson, TE Cleveland Browns » Kade Weston, DT New England Patriots » Will Witherspoon, LB Tennessee Titans » Jarius Wynn, DE Green Bay Packers

Longest Streaks Among SEC Teams With Former Players In The Super Bowl (through the 2009-10 season) Tennessee (17 years: 1993-2008) Alabama (12 years: 1983-94)

Georgia (9 years: 2002-10) LSU (9 years: 2002-2010)

Jason Ferguson : DT Miami Dolphins Robert Geathers : DE Cincinnati Bengals

NFL Combine 2010

Max Jean-Gilles : OG Philadelphia Eagles

Georgia (8 years: 1985-92) Georgia (8 years: 1971-78)

Thomas Brown : RB Cleveland Browns (formerly with the Atlanta Falcons)

Kentucky (7 years: 1968-74) Kentucky (6 years: 1991-96) Florida (6 years: 2005-10)

Georgia (6 years: 1995-2000) Auburn (5 years: 1970-74; 1992-96)

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Albert Hollis Summer 2005

Gerald Anderson December 2005

S I N C E

Greg Blue December 2005

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John DeGenova December 2005

G R A D U A T E S

Damien Gary December 2005

Mike Gilliam December 2005

Orantes Grant December 2005

Lee Jackson December 2005

S I N C E

Brian Jordan December 2005

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Bryan McClendon December 2005

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Bulldogs in the NFL

Bulldogs in the NFL NFL Combine 2010

Corvey Irvin : DT Carolina Panthers

Reggie Brown : WR Tampa Bay Bucs

Sean Jones : FS Tampa Bay Bucs (formerly with the Philadelphia Eagles)

(formerly with the Philadelphia Eagles)

Tim Jennings : CB Chicago Bears (formerly with the Indianapolis Colts)

Current NFL Bulldogs » Quentin Moses, LB Miami Dolphins » Paul Oliver, FS San Diego Chargers » Jeff Owens, DT Philadelphia Eagles » Jermaine Phillips, S Tampa Bay Buccaneers » Leonard Pope, TE Kansas City Chiefs » Dennis Roland, OT Cincinnati Bengals » Richard Seymour, DE Oakland Raiders » D.J. Shockley, QB Atlanta Falcons » Matthew Stafford, QB Detroit Lions » Jon Stinchcomb, OT New Orleans Saints » Marcus Stroud, DT Buffalo Bills » Vince Vance, OL Chicago Bears » Fernando Velasco, C Tennessee Titans » Hines Ward, WR Pittsburgh Steelers

Current NFL Bulldogs Champ Bailey : CB Denver Broncos

Hines Ward : WR Pittsburgh Steelers

John Kasay : PK Carolina Panthers

Mohamed Massaquoi: WR Cleveland Browns

» Danny Ware, RB New York Giants » Benjamin Watson, TE Cleveland Browns » Kade Weston, DT New England Patriots » Will Witherspoon, LB Tennessee Titans » Jarius Wynn, DE Green Bay Packers

Longest Streaks Among SEC Teams With Former Players In The Super Bowl (through the 2009-10 season) Tennessee (17 years: 1993-2008) Alabama (12 years: 1983-94)

Georgia (9 years: 2002-10) LSU (9 years: 2002-2010)

Jason Ferguson : DT Miami Dolphins Robert Geathers : DE Cincinnati Bengals

NFL Combine 2010

Max Jean-Gilles : OG Philadelphia Eagles

Georgia (8 years: 1985-92) Georgia (8 years: 1971-78)

Thomas Brown : RB Cleveland Browns (formerly with the Atlanta Falcons)

Kentucky (7 years: 1968-74) Kentucky (6 years: 1991-96) Florida (6 years: 2005-10)

Georgia (6 years: 1995-2000) Auburn (5 years: 1970-74; 1992-96)

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Albert Hollis Summer 2005

Gerald Anderson December 2005

S I N C E

Greg Blue December 2005

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John DeGenova December 2005

G R A D U A T E S

Damien Gary December 2005

Mike Gilliam December 2005

Orantes Grant December 2005

Lee Jackson December 2005

S I N C E

Brian Jordan December 2005

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Bryan McClendon December 2005

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What the Pros Say

What the Pros Say

Herschel Walker

Marcus Stroud

“Playing at Georgia was both an honor and a privilege. Donning the Red and Black is a feeling I will never forget. There’s nothing better than stepping onto the field in front of 92,000 screaming fans at Sanford Stadium. My time at Georgia and the coaching of Rodney Garner prepared me well for the NFL experience.”

“I don’t believe there is any better opportunity than to have the chance to become a Georgia Bulldog. Georgia is a great school with outstanding tradition in both athletics and academics.” Herschel Walker, TB 1982 Heisman Trophy Winner 1999 College Football Hall of Fame Inductee

Marcus Stroud, DT Buffalo Bills

“When I was being recruited, I visited colleges and universities all over the country. Something immediately stuck out about Athens. Not only was the town what I was looking for to spend my college years, but the athletics and academics at UGA were second to none. I built relationships on and off the field while I was at Georgia that I know will last a lifetime. And no matter where I go, there are always Bulldogs around. That’s a good feeling and something that makes me always remember how proud I am to say that I went to Georgia.” Mohamed Massaquoi, WR Cleveland Browns

“Playing at Georgia made all the difference in my life. Bulldog fans are the best in college football, and you can feel the electricity every time there is a home game. I really felt the coaches and all of the great athletes I played with prepared me for the NFL and life after football. When people ask me what is the key to my success, I always point to my days as a Georgia Bulldog and the support I received from the University.” Hines Ward, WR Pittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl XL MVP Hines Ward

Mohamed Massaquoi

“I’m always talking about Georgia in the locker room and what a great experience I had there. I met a lot of players, students, and coaches who are now life-long friends during my time at UGA. I’d do it all again if I had the chance. I have a son now and if I could send him to any school it would definitely be Georgia.”

“Georgia has the excitement of big time college football. Playing for the Bulldogs helped me prepare for the many challenges I encountered in the NFL. I loved my time at Georgia.” Terrell Davis, RB Denver Broncos, Super Bowl XXXII MVP

Richard Seymour, DE Oakland Raiders

Asher Allen Terrell Davis

“One of the greatest feelings in my athletic career was putting on the Red and Black and running onto the field ‘between the hedges.’ Being a first round draft choice and playing in the NFL on Sundays was something I dreamed about all my life. Being a Georgia Bulldog was a big part of making that dream come true.”

Champ Bailey

Champ Bailey, CB Denver Broncos

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Dennis Roland December 2005

Ryan Schnetzer December 2005

S I N C E

D.J. Shockley December 2005

“My experience in Athens and at the University of Georgia was a great one. After I got to the NFL, I realized that the competitive practices, the games and the speed of the game at Georgia weren’t too different from the professional level, which speaks well of UGA. Working with guys like Matthew Stafford, Knowshon Moreno, Mohamed Massaquoi and Dannell Ellerbe on a daily basis helped prepare me for the league.” Asher Allen, CB Minnesota Vikings

2 0 0 1

Jamario Smith December 2005

G R A D U A T E S

Russ Tanner December 2005

Josh Brock Spring 2006

Josh Herndon Spring 2006

Darrell Holmes Spring 2006

S I N C E

Marcus Jackson Spring 2006

Richard Seymour

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David Jacobs Spring 2006

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What the Pros Say

What the Pros Say

Herschel Walker

Marcus Stroud

“Playing at Georgia was both an honor and a privilege. Donning the Red and Black is a feeling I will never forget. There’s nothing better than stepping onto the field in front of 92,000 screaming fans at Sanford Stadium. My time at Georgia and the coaching of Rodney Garner prepared me well for the NFL experience.”

“I don’t believe there is any better opportunity than to have the chance to become a Georgia Bulldog. Georgia is a great school with outstanding tradition in both athletics and academics.” Herschel Walker, TB 1982 Heisman Trophy Winner 1999 College Football Hall of Fame Inductee

Marcus Stroud, DT Buffalo Bills

“When I was being recruited, I visited colleges and universities all over the country. Something immediately stuck out about Athens. Not only was the town what I was looking for to spend my college years, but the athletics and academics at UGA were second to none. I built relationships on and off the field while I was at Georgia that I know will last a lifetime. And no matter where I go, there are always Bulldogs around. That’s a good feeling and something that makes me always remember how proud I am to say that I went to Georgia.” Mohamed Massaquoi, WR Cleveland Browns

“Playing at Georgia made all the difference in my life. Bulldog fans are the best in college football, and you can feel the electricity every time there is a home game. I really felt the coaches and all of the great athletes I played with prepared me for the NFL and life after football. When people ask me what is the key to my success, I always point to my days as a Georgia Bulldog and the support I received from the University.” Hines Ward, WR Pittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl XL MVP Hines Ward

Mohamed Massaquoi

“I’m always talking about Georgia in the locker room and what a great experience I had there. I met a lot of players, students, and coaches who are now life-long friends during my time at UGA. I’d do it all again if I had the chance. I have a son now and if I could send him to any school it would definitely be Georgia.”

“Georgia has the excitement of big time college football. Playing for the Bulldogs helped me prepare for the many challenges I encountered in the NFL. I loved my time at Georgia.” Terrell Davis, RB Denver Broncos, Super Bowl XXXII MVP

Richard Seymour, DE Oakland Raiders

Asher Allen Terrell Davis

“One of the greatest feelings in my athletic career was putting on the Red and Black and running onto the field ‘between the hedges.’ Being a first round draft choice and playing in the NFL on Sundays was something I dreamed about all my life. Being a Georgia Bulldog was a big part of making that dream come true.”

Champ Bailey

Champ Bailey, CB Denver Broncos

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Dennis Roland December 2005

Ryan Schnetzer December 2005

S I N C E

D.J. Shockley December 2005

“My experience in Athens and at the University of Georgia was a great one. After I got to the NFL, I realized that the competitive practices, the games and the speed of the game at Georgia weren’t too different from the professional level, which speaks well of UGA. Working with guys like Matthew Stafford, Knowshon Moreno, Mohamed Massaquoi and Dannell Ellerbe on a daily basis helped prepare me for the league.” Asher Allen, CB Minnesota Vikings

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Jamario Smith December 2005

G R A D U A T E S

Russ Tanner December 2005

Josh Brock Spring 2006

Josh Herndon Spring 2006

Darrell Holmes Spring 2006

S I N C E

Marcus Jackson Spring 2006

Richard Seymour

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David Jacobs Spring 2006

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Butts-Mehre Heritage Hall

Locker Room & Lounge

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amed for legendary coaches Wallace Butts and Harry Mehre,

the Butts-Mehre Heritage Hall is the nerve center of UGA Athletics. The building houses the players’ headquarters, including the locker, weight, training and meeting rooms; the coaches’ offices and meeting space; and the administrative offices of the Athletic Association. Additionally, the building displays exhibits and artifacts celebrating

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he state-of-the-art locker room features a commons area, a lounge area, televisions,

message centers, computer stations and video game stations as well as displays celebrating team and individual accomplishments. Adjacent to the locker room and lounge are the equipment room and the team meeting room, which

Georgia’s tradition of excellence.

can be utilized for watching films

The second floor includes the Larry

and motivational videos as well as press conferences and special

Munson Trophy Room, which is named in honor of Georgia’s legendary former radio broadcaster. Georgia has begun a $40 million expansion and renovation of Butts-Mehre that will include a 12,000-square-foot

guests like former NFL coach

strength and conditioning area, a training room of 8,500 square feet, new football coaches offices and a multipurpose

Tony Dungy and Scott Rigsby, the

room with a turf field that will be used for drills, walk-throughs and receptions. The project is expected to be

first double amputee to complete

completed by January 2011.

the Hawaiian Ironman Triathlon.

Top left, an artist rendering of Butts-Mehre’s $40 million expansion. Above, the groundbreaking ceremony for the expansion took place in September of 2009 and included President Michael Adams, AD Damon Evans, Coach Mark Richt, and players Joe Cox and Jeff Owens.

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Bartley Miller Spring 2006

Martrez Milner Spring 2006

S I N C E

Francis “Ryan” Sewell Spring 2006

2 0 0 1

Ken Veal Spring 2006

G R A D U A T E S

Matt Adcock Summer 2006

Bruce Adrine December 2006

Dale Dixson December 2006

Ray Gant December 2006

S I N C E

Alex Jackson December 2006

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John LaValley December 2006

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Locker Room & Lounge

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amed for legendary coaches Wallace Butts and Harry Mehre,

the Butts-Mehre Heritage Hall is the nerve center of UGA Athletics. The building houses the players’ headquarters, including the locker, weight, training and meeting rooms; the coaches’ offices and meeting space; and the administrative offices of the Athletic Association. Additionally, the building displays exhibits and artifacts celebrating

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he state-of-the-art locker room features a commons area, a lounge area, televisions,

message centers, computer stations and video game stations as well as displays celebrating team and individual accomplishments. Adjacent to the locker room and lounge are the equipment room and the team meeting room, which

Georgia’s tradition of excellence.

can be utilized for watching films

The second floor includes the Larry

and motivational videos as well as press conferences and special

Munson Trophy Room, which is named in honor of Georgia’s legendary former radio broadcaster. Georgia has begun a $40 million expansion and renovation of Butts-Mehre that will include a 12,000-square-foot

guests like former NFL coach

strength and conditioning area, a training room of 8,500 square feet, new football coaches offices and a multipurpose

Tony Dungy and Scott Rigsby, the

room with a turf field that will be used for drills, walk-throughs and receptions. The project is expected to be

first double amputee to complete

completed by January 2011.

the Hawaiian Ironman Triathlon.

Top left, an artist rendering of Butts-Mehre’s $40 million expansion. Above, the groundbreaking ceremony for the expansion took place in September of 2009 and included President Michael Adams, AD Damon Evans, Coach Mark Richt, and players Joe Cox and Jeff Owens.

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Bartley Miller Spring 2006

Martrez Milner Spring 2006

S I N C E

Francis “Ryan” Sewell Spring 2006

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Ken Veal Spring 2006

G R A D U A T E S

Matt Adcock Summer 2006

Bruce Adrine December 2006

Dale Dixson December 2006

Ray Gant December 2006

S I N C E

Alex Jackson December 2006

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John LaValley December 2006

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Sanford Stadium

Woodruff Practice Fields

TOP FOOTBALL STADIUMS (Chosen from high school, college, and professional venues)

Sanford Stadium was recently selected as one of Reader’s Digest’s Top 10 Football Stadiums in America.

2009 NCAA DIVISION I FBS FOOTBALL AT TENDANCE TEAM LEADERS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Michigan Penn St. Ohio St. Texas Tennessee

108,933 107,008 105,261 101,175 98,220

6.

Georgia

92,746

7. 8. 9. 10.

LSU Alabama Florida Nebraska

92,489 92,012 90,635 85,888

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Tony Milton December 2006

Quentin Moses December 2006

S I N C E

Joseph O’Keefe December 2006

11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Southern Cal Oklahoma Auburn Notre Dame Wisconsin Texas A&M South Carolina Michigan St. Florida St. Clemson

84,799 84,778 84,614 80,795 80,109 76,800 75,369 74,741 74,345 74,214

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Woodruff Practice Fields Complex includes three full-

length fields – one with natural grass and two with FieldTurf. The complex is adjacent to the Butts-Mehre Heritage Hall and is second to none in college and professional football.

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Mario Raley December 2006

amed for legendary coach George “Kid” Woodruff, the

G R A D U A T E S

Tony Taylor December 2006

Joe Tereshinski December 2006

Stephen White December 2006

Kentrell Curry May 2007

S I N C E

Gordon Ely-Kelso May 2007

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Trahern Holden May 2007

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Sanford Stadium

Woodruff Practice Fields

TOP FOOTBALL STADIUMS (Chosen from high school, college, and professional venues)

Sanford Stadium was recently selected as one of Reader’s Digest’s Top 10 Football Stadiums in America.

2009 NCAA DIVISION I FBS FOOTBALL AT TENDANCE TEAM LEADERS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Michigan Penn St. Ohio St. Texas Tennessee

108,933 107,008 105,261 101,175 98,220

6.

Georgia

92,746

7. 8. 9. 10.

LSU Alabama Florida Nebraska

92,489 92,012 90,635 85,888

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Tony Milton December 2006

Quentin Moses December 2006

S I N C E

Joseph O’Keefe December 2006

11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Southern Cal Oklahoma Auburn Notre Dame Wisconsin Texas A&M South Carolina Michigan St. Florida St. Clemson

84,799 84,778 84,614 80,795 80,109 76,800 75,369 74,741 74,345 74,214

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Woodruff Practice Fields Complex includes three full-

length fields – one with natural grass and two with FieldTurf. The complex is adjacent to the Butts-Mehre Heritage Hall and is second to none in college and professional football.

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Mario Raley December 2006

amed for legendary coach George “Kid” Woodruff, the

G R A D U A T E S

Tony Taylor December 2006

Joe Tereshinski December 2006

Stephen White December 2006

Kentrell Curry May 2007

S I N C E

Gordon Ely-Kelso May 2007

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Trahern Holden May 2007

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Strength & Conditioning

Strength & Conditioning

“The strong shall survive…”

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hat is one of the mottos used by UGA strength and conditioning coordinator Dave Van Halanger and his staff in the weight room. Under Van Halanger’s guidance, the Bulldogs have a year-round program to ensure that the players are in peak physical condition during the season. Georgia’s weight room features the most progressive equipment in the nation. Offering words of encouragement and guidance, Van Halanger and his staff — which includes full-time assistants Keith Gray, Clay Walker and Rex Bradberry — tailor a customer-made weight program specific to each student-athlete’s needs and goals. Their offices are conveniently located within the weight room, so they are close to the action at all times. Another integral part of the program is the Leon Farmer Award. Given in honor of Athens businessman Leon Farmer, who was a major contributor in the funding of the Butts-Mehre expansion, the award is presented annually to the player whose dedication to the strength and conditioning program results in a significant contribution to the football team. RIGHT: The Farmer family (L to R), Becky, Leon III, Leon, Jr., and Vickie with the Leon Farmer Strength and Conditioning Trophy

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Nick Jones May 2007

Kregg Lumpkin May 2007

Zeb McKinzey May 2007

S I N C E

Preston Pannell May 2007

2 0 0 1

Des Williams May 2007

G R A D U A T E S

Chris Burgett Summer 2007

Reuben “Trey” Chandler Summer 2007

Marquis Elmore Summer 2007

S I N C E

Daniel Inman Summer 2007

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Sean Bailey December 2007

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Strength & Conditioning

“The strong shall survive…”

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hat is one of the mottos used by UGA strength and conditioning coordinator Dave Van Halanger and his staff in the weight room. Under Van Halanger’s guidance, the Bulldogs have a year-round program to ensure that the players are in peak physical condition during the season. Georgia’s weight room features the most progressive equipment in the nation. Offering words of encouragement and guidance, Van Halanger and his staff — which includes full-time assistants Keith Gray, Clay Walker and Rex Bradberry — tailor a customer-made weight program specific to each student-athlete’s needs and goals. Their offices are conveniently located within the weight room, so they are close to the action at all times. Another integral part of the program is the Leon Farmer Award. Given in honor of Athens businessman Leon Farmer, who was a major contributor in the funding of the Butts-Mehre expansion, the award is presented annually to the player whose dedication to the strength and conditioning program results in a significant contribution to the football team. RIGHT: The Farmer family (L to R), Becky, Leon III, Leon, Jr., and Vickie with the Leon Farmer Strength and Conditioning Trophy

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Nick Jones May 2007

Kregg Lumpkin May 2007

Zeb McKinzey May 2007

S I N C E

Preston Pannell May 2007

2 0 0 1

Des Williams May 2007

G R A D U A T E S

Chris Burgett Summer 2007

Reuben “Trey” Chandler Summer 2007

Marquis Elmore Summer 2007

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Daniel Inman Summer 2007

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Sean Bailey December 2007

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Athletic Training

he goal of the Georgia athletic training staff is two-fold: the prevention and care of injuries. Prevention is accomplished

through pre-participation physical exams, preventative maintenance rehabilitation programs, taping, bracing, padding and education. When injuries do occur, the athletic training staff’s responsibility is to evaluate, diagnose and provide proper care. Director of Sports Medicine Ron Courson and assistants Dean Crowell and Emily Miller have a common goal of returning the athlete to his performance level as quickly and as safely as possible. The athletic training room includes some of the best equipment in the nation. Georgia also is blessed with dedicated physicians in various specialties.

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Robert “Andy” Bailey December 2007

Thomas Brown December 2007

S I N C E

Alonzo “AJ” Bryant December 2007

2 0 0 1

Thomas Flowers December 2007

G R A D U A T E S

Joseph “TJ” Gartrell December 2007

Chris Gaunder December 2007

Mikey Henderson December 2007

Marcus Howard December 2007

S I N C E

Jason Johnson December 2007

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Donald “Justin” Lyles December 2007

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Athletic Training

he goal of the Georgia athletic training staff is two-fold: the prevention and care of injuries. Prevention is accomplished

through pre-participation physical exams, preventative maintenance rehabilitation programs, taping, bracing, padding and education. When injuries do occur, the athletic training staff’s responsibility is to evaluate, diagnose and provide proper care. Director of Sports Medicine Ron Courson and assistants Dean Crowell and Emily Miller have a common goal of returning the athlete to his performance level as quickly and as safely as possible. The athletic training room includes some of the best equipment in the nation. Georgia also is blessed with dedicated physicians in various specialties.

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Robert “Andy” Bailey December 2007

Thomas Brown December 2007

S I N C E

Alonzo “AJ” Bryant December 2007

2 0 0 1

Thomas Flowers December 2007

G R A D U A T E S

Joseph “TJ” Gartrell December 2007

Chris Gaunder December 2007

Mikey Henderson December 2007

Marcus Howard December 2007

S I N C E

Jason Johnson December 2007

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Donald “Justin” Lyles December 2007

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epresentatives of newspapers, radio and TV stations, internet sites and magazines are regular visitors to Georgia’s games and practices. Bulldog student-athletes are covered by daily newspapers throughout the Southeast, including all the major dailies in the state of Georgia and Chattanooga, Tenn. Live television, sidelines packed with photographers and videographers, and full press boxes are staples at Georgia. The Bulldogs’ regular-season and bowl games in recent years have been broadcast by CBS, FOX, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ABC, SEC Network and FSN. Moreover, Georgia’s G-Day Game in 2009 was shown nationally on ESPN and additional G-Day Games have been televised by CSS. Georgia averages 10 games per year on TV, many of which are national broadcasts. Georgia’s home games also are shown on delay telecast by CSS, which reaches four million homes. And in 2008, ESPN’s GameDay made a stop in Athens.

Georgia was selected as one of the Football Writers of America’s ‘Super 11’ sports information departments for the 2009 season.

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Andrew Williams December 2007

Ben Wilson December 2007

S I N C E

Eric Zeier December 2007

2 0 0 1

Percy Croffie Spring 2008

G R A D U A T E S

Jamie Henderson Spring 2008

Mitchell Pittman Spring 2008

Fernando Velasco Spring 2008

Patrick Williams Spring 2008

S I N C E

Jarvis Jackson Summer 2008

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Jeremy Lomax Summer 2008

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epresentatives of newspapers, radio and TV stations, internet sites and magazines are regular visitors to Georgia’s games and practices. Bulldog student-athletes are covered by daily newspapers throughout the Southeast, including all the major dailies in the state of Georgia and Chattanooga, Tenn. Live television, sidelines packed with photographers and videographers, and full press boxes are staples at Georgia. The Bulldogs’ regular-season and bowl games in recent years have been broadcast by CBS, FOX, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ABC, SEC Network and FSN. Moreover, Georgia’s G-Day Game in 2009 was shown nationally on ESPN and additional G-Day Games have been televised by CSS. Georgia averages 10 games per year on TV, many of which are national broadcasts. Georgia’s home games also are shown on delay telecast by CSS, which reaches four million homes. And in 2008, ESPN’s GameDay made a stop in Athens.

Georgia was selected as one of the Football Writers of America’s ‘Super 11’ sports information departments for the 2009 season.

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Andrew Williams December 2007

Ben Wilson December 2007

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Percy Croffie Spring 2008

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Jamie Henderson Spring 2008

Mitchell Pittman Spring 2008

Fernando Velasco Spring 2008

Patrick Williams Spring 2008

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Jarvis Jackson Summer 2008

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Jeremy Lomax Summer 2008

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Georgia Tradition

Georgia Tradition Former Bulldogs and current assistant coaches Mike Bobo (14) and Bryan McClendon (16).

The 1892 Bulldogs and Coach Glenn “Pop” Warner, who guided the Bulldogs in 1895 and 1896.

Tradition:

(Through 2009 season)

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“The handing down of beliefs, legends, and customs from generation to generation.” Georgia played its first football game in 1892. Since that time the Bulldogs have built the tradition that is the standard in college football. Through the years, hundreds of young men of great character have accepted the challenge and come to Athens to become part of that tradition. They have become a part of the legends of the past, and the legends that are molding the future. UGA dedicated the Vince Dooley Athletic Complex in 2008. Marked by a statue of Dooley being hoisted on the shoulders of players, the Vince Dooley Athletic Complex includes Butts-Mehre Heritage Hall, Spec Towns Track, the Woodruff Practice Fields, Stegeman Coliseum, the Coliseum Training Facility, the Rankin M. Smith Sr. Student-Athlete Academic Center, Foley Field and the Dan Magill Tennis Complex.

10-Win Seasons (Total) by Division I-A Teams: Alabama Oklahoma Michigan USC Nebraska Texas Tennessee Penn State Ohio State

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Florida State Notre Dame BYU Miami (Fla.) Florida Auburn Washington Arkansas Texas A&M

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Best Winning Percentages Since 1950

1982 Heisman Trophy winner Herschel Walker.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

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Winning Won Pct.

Ohio State .758 Oklahoma .755 Penn State .735 Nebraska .727 Texas .722 Michigan .707 Alabama .704 USC .703 Tennessee .692 Florida .676 Notre Dame .674 Florida State .667 Auburn .665 Arizona State .659

15. GEORGIA .658

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College Football Team of the Decade (For the 2000s) DEFENSE: E David Pollack (2001-04) SPECIALIST: K Billy Bennett (2000-03)

Georgia Coaches Pledge… These student-athletes are entrusted to my care. I will train them to the best of my ability. I will develop them into smartly disciplined, physically fit, highly trained athletes thoroughly indoctrinated in love for the Georgia Bulldogs who represent the University of Georgia and the athletic program in the highest possible manner. I will

All-Decade Teams

encourage our athletes and insist that they perform

(All sports, position by position, the best players since the turn of the century)

to the best of their ability in the classroom as well as in the arena of competitive athletics.

NFL: WR Hines Ward, Steelers CB Champ Bailey, Redskins/Broncos

I will require of them, and demonstrate by Former Georgia All-American Billy Payne (second from right) was named the 2009 recipient of the Distinguished American Award presented by the National Football Foundation. Payne is the former President and CEO of the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta and current Augusta National Golf Club Chairman.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: DE David Pollack, Georgia

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Danny Verdun-Wheeler Summer 2008

Ben Boyd Fall 2008

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CJ Byrd Fall 2008

my own example, the highest standards of integrity, personal conduct, morality, sportsmanship and professional skill.

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Dannell Ellerbe Fall 2008

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Demiko Goodman Fall 2008

Kenneth Harris Fall 2008

Wes Jacobs Fall 2008

Mohamed Massaquoi Fall 2008

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Brian Mimbs Fall 2008

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Thad Parker Fall 2008

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CHAMPS / Life Skills

Accent on Service Former Bulldog and National Good Works Team member Jon Stinchcomb continues to give back to the community. In 2008, Stinchcomb was chosen as the Saints’ NFL Man of the Year candidate.

The CHAMPS/Life Skills program focuses on commitments made by the University of Georgia to foster the growth and development of studentathletes.

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» A Commitment to Athletic Excellence

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» A Commitment to Personal Development

he CHAMPS/Life Skills program was developed by the National Association of

Collegiate Directors of Athletics

» A Commitment to Service » A Commitment to

(NACDA) to help student-athletes broaden their horizons beyond the

Career Development

classroom and field of competition.

» A Commitment to

This program at Georgia

Leadership Development

is defined as “BALANCE” — Bulldog Athletes for Lifeskill Awareness and the Necessary

SEC Good Works Team 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

National Good Works Team

Matt Stinchcomb Brett Millican LaBrone Mitchell Jon Stinchcomb Ben Watson David Greene David Pollack D.J. Shockley Quentin Moses Kelin Johnson Mohamed Massaquoi Jeff Owens

Choices for Excellence.

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Brannan Southerland Fall 2008

Darrius Swain Fall 2008

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Terreal Bierria Spring 2009

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Tripp Chandler Spring 2009

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Antavious Coates Spring 2009

Jonathan DeLaurel Spring 2009

Bo Fowler Spring 2009

Drew Gully Spring 2009

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Kelin Johnson Spring 2009

Chosen by the American Football Coaches Association, the Good Works Team recognizes 22 players annually for outstanding contributions to community service. 1992 1993 1995 1997 1998 2000 2001 2003 2005 2006 2007 2009

Alec Millen Travis Jones Brian Smith Matt Stinchcomb Matt Stinchcomb Brett Millican Jon Stinchcomb David Greene D.J. Shockley Quentin Moses Kelin Johnson Jeff Owens

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Ian Smith Spring 2009

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CHAMPS / Life Skills

Accent on Service Former Bulldog and National Good Works Team member Jon Stinchcomb continues to give back to the community. In 2008, Stinchcomb was chosen as the Saints’ NFL Man of the Year candidate.

The CHAMPS/Life Skills program focuses on commitments made by the University of Georgia to foster the growth and development of studentathletes.

» A Commitment to Academic Excellence

» A Commitment to Athletic Excellence

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» A Commitment to Personal Development

he CHAMPS/Life Skills program was developed by the National Association of

Collegiate Directors of Athletics

» A Commitment to Service » A Commitment to

(NACDA) to help student-athletes broaden their horizons beyond the

Career Development

classroom and field of competition.

» A Commitment to

This program at Georgia

Leadership Development

is defined as “BALANCE” — Bulldog Athletes for Lifeskill Awareness and the Necessary

SEC Good Works Team 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

National Good Works Team

Matt Stinchcomb Brett Millican LaBrone Mitchell Jon Stinchcomb Ben Watson David Greene David Pollack D.J. Shockley Quentin Moses Kelin Johnson Mohamed Massaquoi Jeff Owens

Choices for Excellence.

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Brannan Southerland Fall 2008

Darrius Swain Fall 2008

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Terreal Bierria Spring 2009

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Tripp Chandler Spring 2009

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Antavious Coates Spring 2009

Jonathan DeLaurel Spring 2009

Bo Fowler Spring 2009

Drew Gully Spring 2009

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Kelin Johnson Spring 2009

Chosen by the American Football Coaches Association, the Good Works Team recognizes 22 players annually for outstanding contributions to community service. 1992 1993 1995 1997 1998 2000 2001 2003 2005 2006 2007 2009

Alec Millen Travis Jones Brian Smith Matt Stinchcomb Matt Stinchcomb Brett Millican Jon Stinchcomb David Greene D.J. Shockley Quentin Moses Kelin Johnson Jeff Owens

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eing a Georgia Bulldog means being successful on the field and having fun off the field. Georgia’s players further strengthen their team bonds by

enjoying non-gridiron activities. During Coach Mark Richt’s tenure, the Bulldogs have taken breaks from practice by cooling off in the pool at Gabrielsen Natatorium inside the Ramsey Center, riding horses at Georgia’s equestrian complex, participating in a Richtled bowling league, playing paintball at a nearby establishment and golfing for a breast cancer awareness charity. Said Richt, “We try to do things every year for camaraderie and fun, and I think the players always enjoy what we do.” The Bulldogs also Last season, the Bulldogs honored baseball player Chance Veazey, who was left paralyzed from the waist down following a scooter accident, by wearing a “CV” patch on their helmets. Before the Georgia-Georgia Tech game, the Bulldogs (including receiver Israel Troupe, Veazey’s high school teammate) paid him a visit at the hospital. Ex-Bulldog and The Sporting News AL Rookie of the Year Gordon Beckham donned a Team Veazey shirt to promote the Prayers for Chance Fund during a Sanford Stadium recognition.

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Michael Turner Spring 2009

Roderick Battle Fall 2009

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Stephen Braue Fall 2009

extended that enjoyment by taking money from a recent bowl gifts package and purchasing approximately $3,000 worth of electronics for the Athens Boys and Girls Club.

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Joe Cox Fall 2009

Bryan Evans Fall 2009

Randall Godfrey Fall 2009

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Andrew Jensen Fall 2009

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eing a Georgia Bulldog means being successful on the field and having fun off the field. Georgia’s players further strengthen their team bonds by

enjoying non-gridiron activities. During Coach Mark Richt’s tenure, the Bulldogs have taken breaks from practice by cooling off in the pool at Gabrielsen Natatorium inside the Ramsey Center, riding horses at Georgia’s equestrian complex, participating in a Richtled bowling league, playing paintball at a nearby establishment and golfing for a breast cancer awareness charity. Said Richt, “We try to do things every year for camaraderie and fun, and I think the players always enjoy what we do.” The Bulldogs also Last season, the Bulldogs honored baseball player Chance Veazey, who was left paralyzed from the waist down following a scooter accident, by wearing a “CV” patch on their helmets. Before the Georgia-Georgia Tech game, the Bulldogs (including receiver Israel Troupe, Veazey’s high school teammate) paid him a visit at the hospital. Ex-Bulldog and The Sporting News AL Rookie of the Year Gordon Beckham donned a Team Veazey shirt to promote the Prayers for Chance Fund during a Sanford Stadium recognition.

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Michael Turner Spring 2009

Roderick Battle Fall 2009

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Stephen Braue Fall 2009

extended that enjoyment by taking money from a recent bowl gifts package and purchasing approximately $3,000 worth of electronics for the Athens Boys and Girls Club.

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Joe Cox Fall 2009

Bryan Evans Fall 2009

Randall Godfrey Fall 2009

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Andrew Jensen Fall 2009

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Walk-ons Make Good at UGA Cory Phillips

Jeremy Thomas Transferred to Georgia in 2001 from the United States Air Force Academy. From 200204, the fullback appeared in 30 games, including 15 starts.

East Campus Village

Rusty Russell

Dale Williams

Son of former UGA Defensive Coordinator Erk Russell, he was a three-year starter (1973-75) at three different positions.

A transfer from The Citadel, Williams earned a scholarship and starting job on the 1980 national championship team.

Walked on at UGA and by his sophomore season started five games including a school record-tying four-touchdown pass performance against Kentucky in 2000.

Verron Haynes Transferred to UGA as a walk-on in 1998. He rushed for 653 yards in his final four games and was drafted by Pittsburgh in 2002.

Jay Russell Son of former UGA Defensive Coordinator Erk Russell, Russell was a three-year letterman (1978-7980) at UGA.

Billy Bennett Bennett became the NCAA’s all-time leader in field goals, the SEC’s top career scorer and UGA’s all-time leader in extra points. All told, Bennett finished with 29 NCAA, SEC and UGA records.

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Richard Tardits

Robert Miles

J.T. Wall

Taylor is currently fifth on the all-time Georgia tackle list with 390 career tackles.

From France, Tardits showed up for spring practice in 1985. By the time his career had ended in 1988 he had become Georgia’s all-time career quarterback sack leader with 29.

Miles earned his scholarship and a defensive end starting position on the 1980 national championship team. He is currently Georgia’s Director of Life Skills, and he was chosen as the Athletic Association’s 2006-2007 Dewey Dean Employee of the Year.

By his senior season in 2002, Wall was a starter on what became the team with the most victories in Georgia history (13). He was drafted by Pittsburgh in 2003.

Mike Fisher A transfer from Furman, Fisher earned a scholarship and starting role during the 1980 national championship season.

he most dynamic part of the University campus in recent

years has been East Campus. The Ramsey Center, named by Sports Illustrated as the nation’s best college student activities center, anchors East Campus. And since 2004, East Campus Village has been the home of thousands of UGA students, including many student-athletes. East Campus Village includes modern, on-campus living facilities and provides the best in dining halls.

Brandon Coutu While at UGA, Brandon Coutu was the first Georgia kicker to end up over 80% for career field goal accuracy. His 58-yarder against Louisiana-Monroe set the Georgia record for the longest field goal without a tee.

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Michael Moore Fall 2009

Jeff Owens Fall 2009

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Erik Robinson Fall 2009

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Vince Vance Fall 2009

Marcus Washington Fall 2009

Kade Weston Fall 2009

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Walk-ons Make Good at UGA Cory Phillips

Jeremy Thomas Transferred to Georgia in 2001 from the United States Air Force Academy. From 200204, the fullback appeared in 30 games, including 15 starts.

East Campus Village

Rusty Russell

Dale Williams

Son of former UGA Defensive Coordinator Erk Russell, he was a three-year starter (1973-75) at three different positions.

A transfer from The Citadel, Williams earned a scholarship and starting job on the 1980 national championship team.

Walked on at UGA and by his sophomore season started five games including a school record-tying four-touchdown pass performance against Kentucky in 2000.

Verron Haynes Transferred to UGA as a walk-on in 1998. He rushed for 653 yards in his final four games and was drafted by Pittsburgh in 2002.

Jay Russell Son of former UGA Defensive Coordinator Erk Russell, Russell was a three-year letterman (1978-7980) at UGA.

Billy Bennett Bennett became the NCAA’s all-time leader in field goals, the SEC’s top career scorer and UGA’s all-time leader in extra points. All told, Bennett finished with 29 NCAA, SEC and UGA records.

T Nate Taylor

Richard Tardits

Robert Miles

J.T. Wall

Taylor is currently fifth on the all-time Georgia tackle list with 390 career tackles.

From France, Tardits showed up for spring practice in 1985. By the time his career had ended in 1988 he had become Georgia’s all-time career quarterback sack leader with 29.

Miles earned his scholarship and a defensive end starting position on the 1980 national championship team. He is currently Georgia’s Director of Life Skills, and he was chosen as the Athletic Association’s 2006-2007 Dewey Dean Employee of the Year.

By his senior season in 2002, Wall was a starter on what became the team with the most victories in Georgia history (13). He was drafted by Pittsburgh in 2003.

Mike Fisher A transfer from Furman, Fisher earned a scholarship and starting role during the 1980 national championship season.

he most dynamic part of the University campus in recent

years has been East Campus. The Ramsey Center, named by Sports Illustrated as the nation’s best college student activities center, anchors East Campus. And since 2004, East Campus Village has been the home of thousands of UGA students, including many student-athletes. East Campus Village includes modern, on-campus living facilities and provides the best in dining halls.

Brandon Coutu While at UGA, Brandon Coutu was the first Georgia kicker to end up over 80% for career field goal accuracy. His 58-yarder against Louisiana-Monroe set the Georgia record for the longest field goal without a tee.

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Michael Moore Fall 2009

Jeff Owens Fall 2009

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Erik Robinson Fall 2009

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Vince Vance Fall 2009

Marcus Washington Fall 2009

Kade Weston Fall 2009

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Tony Wilson Fall 2009

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This is UGA / This is Athens

omething for everyone.” That’s one way to describe the academic, athletic and social experience at the University of Georgia. UGA is a leader among public

universities nationally with a breadth and diversity of degree programs that rival any institution of higher learning. With its top-notch facilities campus-wide, the University of Georgia is an ideal setting for anyone to pursue a world-class education.

UGA by the Numbers… Founded: January 27, 1785; UGA was the first state-chartered university in America. Location: Athens, Ga. (Clarke County) located about 60 miles northeast of Atlanta

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Schools and Colleges: Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Arts and Sciences, Business, Ecology, Education, Environment and Design, Family and Consumer Sciences, Forest Resources, Graduate School, Journalism and Mass Communication, Law, Pharmacy, Public Health, Public and International Affairs, Social Work, Veterinary Medicine, and the MCG/UGA Medical Partnership

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Campus and a vibrant downtown community friendly charm of the South. Known as the “Classic

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Shaun Chapas Spring 2010

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Kris Durham Spring 2010

BEST COLLEGE SPORTS TOWNS

HOT COLLEGE MUSIC SCENES

filled with restaurants, eclectic shopping and the

Academic Offerings: » 34 Master’s degrees in 124 fields » 19 Educational Specialist degrees » 4 Doctoral degrees in 91 areas » Professional degrees in law, pharmacy and veterinary medicine » More than 170 Study Abroad & exchange programs

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thens’ Broad Street is all that separates the

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identity by mixing the best of on-campus

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Austin, Texas

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academic and athletic opportunities with the

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Cambridge, Massachusetts

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Austin, Texas

individualistic pursuits of a music scene that has

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Chapel Hill, North Carolina

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Gainesville, Florida

turned local artists into worldwide superstars.

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Madison, Wisconsin

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Boulder, Colorado

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Justin Fields Spring 2010

Devin Hollander Spring 2010

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omething for everyone.” That’s one way to describe the academic, athletic and social experience at the University of Georgia. UGA is a leader among public

universities nationally with a breadth and diversity of degree programs that rival any institution of higher learning. With its top-notch facilities campus-wide, the University of Georgia is an ideal setting for anyone to pursue a world-class education.

UGA by the Numbers… Founded: January 27, 1785; UGA was the first state-chartered university in America. Location: Athens, Ga. (Clarke County) located about 60 miles northeast of Atlanta

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Schools and Colleges: Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Arts and Sciences, Business, Ecology, Education, Environment and Design, Family and Consumer Sciences, Forest Resources, Graduate School, Journalism and Mass Communication, Law, Pharmacy, Public Health, Public and International Affairs, Social Work, Veterinary Medicine, and the MCG/UGA Medical Partnership

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Marquise Brown Spring 2010

University of Georgia’s historic North

Campus and a vibrant downtown community friendly charm of the South. Known as the “Classic

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Shaun Chapas Spring 2010

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Kris Durham Spring 2010

BEST COLLEGE SPORTS TOWNS

HOT COLLEGE MUSIC SCENES

filled with restaurants, eclectic shopping and the

Academic Offerings: » 34 Master’s degrees in 124 fields » 19 Educational Specialist degrees » 4 Doctoral degrees in 91 areas » Professional degrees in law, pharmacy and veterinary medicine » More than 170 Study Abroad & exchange programs

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thens’ Broad Street is all that separates the

City,” Athens has carved its own international

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identity by mixing the best of on-campus

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Austin, Texas

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academic and athletic opportunities with the

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Cambridge, Massachusetts

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Austin, Texas

individualistic pursuits of a music scene that has

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Chapel Hill, North Carolina

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Gainesville, Florida

turned local artists into worldwide superstars.

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Madison, Wisconsin

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Boulder, Colorado

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Devin Hollander Spring 2010

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Famous Classmates / Celebrity Fans

JOSH HOLLAWAY Actor

ROBERT BENHAM Chief Justice, Georgia Supreme Court

DEBORAH NORVILLE Journalist

CHARLAYNE HUNTER-GAULT Journalist

RYAN SEACREST Host, American Idol

DEBORAH ROBERTS ABC News correspondent

Dominique Wilkins, former Bulldog basketball great and 2006 Basketball Hall of Fame inductee KEITH ROBINSON Actor

ALTON BROWN Host, Food Network

PARVATI SHALLOW Winner of Survivor: Micronesia

WAYNE KNIGHT Actor

KYLE CHANDLER Actor

Former Bulldog, professional wrestling great, host of “Bullrun” on SPEEDtv, and former contestant on “Celebrity Apprentice,” Bill Goldberg

Georgia grads Capt. Chris Carter and Col. Philip DeCamp, along with Vince Dooley, holding the Georgia flag which was unfurled in front of the Presidential Palace in Bagdad, being honored at a 2003 football game.

Evander Holyfield (R), former heavyweight boxing champion, visits with Kevin Butler, former Georgia All-American and All-Pro kicker. Jay North, who played Dennis the Menace on TV, gets a playful welcome from Uga VI. Atlanta Braves catcher Brian McCann (L) and David Pollack, former Georgia All-American, at Sanford Stadium in 2009.

UGA has a long list of famous graduates and names in today’s pop culture who’ve visited the university. Charles Kelley (L), Hillary Scott (C) and Dave Haywood (R) of Lady Antebellum pose with their awards for Top Vocal Group, Single Record of the Year and Song of the Year backstage at the 45th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards.

Andre 3000, half of the group Outkast, attended a game in 2007.

Kelley and Haywood are 2004 graduates of UGA.

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Christian Norton Spring 2010

Kevin Perez Spring 2010

Vernon Spellman Spring 2010

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Brandon Wheeling Spring 2010


RECORD BOOK INDIVIDUAL RUSHING MOST RUSHES - GAME: 1. 47 - Herschel Walker vs. Florida, 1981 (47x192) (SEC Record) 2. 43 - Herschel Walker vs. South Carolina, 1980 (43x219) 3. 41 - Herschel Walker vs. Ole Miss, 1981 (41x265) 4. 39 – Verron Haynes vs. Georgia Tech, 2001 (39x207) 39 - Herschel Walker vs. Mississippi State, 1982 (39x215) MOST RUSHES - SEASON: 1. 385 - Herschel Walker, 1981 (SEC Record) 2. 335 - Herschel Walker, 1982 3. 287 - Willie McClendon, 1978 4. 274 - Herschel Walker, 1980 5. 260 - Musa Smith, 2002 6. 250 – Knowshon Moreno, 2008 7. 248 – Knowshon Moreno, 2007 8. 228 - Garrison Hearst, 1992 9. 218 - Kevin McLee, 1976 218 - Rodney Hampton, 1989 MOST RUSHES - CAREER: 1. 994 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 (SEC Rec.) 2. 615 - Lars Tate, 1984-87 3. 562 - Kevin McLee, 1975-77 4. 543 - Garrison Hearst, 1990-92 5. 529 - Thomas Brown, 2004-07 6. 498 – Knowshon Moreno, 2007-08 7. 472 - Rodney Hampton, 1987-89 8. 454 - Musa Smith, 2000-02 9. 461 - Jimmy Poulos, 1971-73 10. 447 - Frank Sinkwich, 1940-42 MOST RUSHES PER GAME - SEASON: 1. 35.0 - Herschel Walker, 1981 (SEC Record) 2. 30.4 - Herschel Walker, 1982 3. 24.9 - Herschel Walker, 1980 MOST RUSHES PER GAME - CAREER: 1. 30.1 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 (SEC Rec.) 2. 19.2 – Knowshon Moreno, 2007-08 3. 17.6 - Kevin McLee, 1975-77 MOST RUSHES IN THREE SEASONS: 1. 994 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 (NCAA Rec.) MOST RUSHING YARDS - GAME: 1. 283 - Herschel Walker vs. Vanderbilt, 1980 2. 265 - Herschel Walker vs. Ole Miss, 1981 3. 246 - Garrison Hearst vs. Vanderbilt, 1992 4. 239 - Charley Trippi vs. Florida, 1945 5. 238 - Herschel Walker vs. Florida, 1980 6. 227 - Rodney Hampton vs. Ole Miss, 1987 MOST RUSHING YARDS - SEASON: 1. 1,891 - Herschel Walker, 1981 (SEC Rec.) 2. 1,752 - Herschel Walker, 1982 3. 1,616 - Herschel Walker, 1980 4. 1,547 - Garrison Hearst, 1992 5. 1,400 – Knowshon Moreno, 2008 6. 1,334 – Knowshon Moreno, 2007 7. 1,324 -- Musa Smith, 2002 8. 1,312 -- Willie McClendon, 1978 9. 1,216 -- Tim Worley, 1988 10. 1,103 -- Frank Sinkwich, 1941

MOST RUSHING YARDS - CAREER: 1. 5,259 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 (SEC Rec.) 2. 3,232 - Garrison Hearst, 1990-92 3. 3,017 - Lars Tate, 1984-87 4. 2,734 – Knowshon Moreno, 2007-08 5. 2,668 - Rodney Hampton, 1987-89

(228x1,547) (SEC Record) 2. 5.90 - Herschel Walker, 1980 (274x1,616) 3. 5.60 – Knowshon Moreno, 2008 (250x1400) 4. 5.38 – Knowshon Moreno, 2007 (248x1,334) 5. 5.28 - Frank Sinkwich, 1941 (209x1,103)

AVERAGE YARDS PER GAME - SEASON: 1. 171.9 - Herschel Walker, 1981 (1,891 in 11 games) (SEC Record) 2. 159.3 - Herschel Walker, 1982 (1,752 in 11 games) 3. 146.9 - Herschel Walker, 1980 (1,616 in 11 games) 4. 140.6 - Garrison Hearst, 1992 (1,547 in 11 games) 5. 119.3 - Willie McClendon, 1978 (1,312 in 11 games)

AVERAGE GAIN PER RUSH - CAREER: (Min. 800 rushes) 1. 5.29 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 (994x5,259)

AVERAGE YARDS PER GAME - CAREER: 1. 159.4 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 (5,259 in 33 games) (SEC Record) 2. 105.2 - Knowshon Moreno, 2007-08 (2,734 in 26 games) 3. 97.9 - Garrison Hearst, 1990-92 (3,232 in 33 games) 4. 88.4 - Robert Edwards, 1995-97 (2,033 in 23 games) 5. 86.1 - Rodney Hampton, 1987-89 (2,668 in 31 games) MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS - SEASON: 1 19 - Garrison Hearst, 1992 (SEC Record) 2. 18 - Herschel Walker, 1981 3. 17 - Tim Worley, 1988 4. 16 - Frank Sinkwich, 1942; Herschel Walker, 1982; Lars Tate, 1986; Knowshon Moreno, 2008 MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS - CAREER: 1. 49 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 (SEC Rec.) 2. 36 - Lars Tate, 1984-87 3. 33 - Garrison Hearst, 1990-92 4. 32 - Charles Trippi, 1942, ’45-46 5. 30- Knowshon Moreno, 2007-08 AVERAGE GAIN PER RUSH - SEASON: 1. 7.06 - Rodney Hampton, 1987 (126x890) 2. 6.85 - Charles Trippi, 1942 3. 6.82 - Glynn Harrison, 1975 4. 6.79 - Garrison Hearst, 1992 5. 6.77 - Keith Henderson, 1985 6. 6.60 - Anthony Arnold, 1979 7. 6.59 - Fred Brown, 1958 AVERAGE GAIN PER RUSH - CAREER: 1. 6.42 - Charley Trippi, 1942, 45-46* 2. 6.37 - Glynn Harrison, 1972-75 3. 6.04 - Keith Henderson, 1985-86-88 4. 5.95 - Garrison Hearst, 1990-92 5. 5.80 - Tim Worley, 1985-86-88 6. 5.70 - Rodney Hampton, 1987-89 7. 5.49 – Knowshon Moreno, 2007-08 8. 5.29 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 9. 5.25 - Ray Goff, 1974-76 10. 5.24 - Steve Kelly, 1978-79 AVERAGE GAIN PER RUSH -GAME: (Min. 40 rushes) 1. 6.46 - Herschel Walker vs. Ole Miss, 1981 (41x265) AVERAGE GAIN PER RUSH - SEASON: (Min. 200 rushes) 1. 6.79 - Garrison Hearst, 1992

MOST YARDS RUSHING BY A FRESHMAN: 1. 1,616 - Herschel Walker, 1980 2. 1,334 - Knowshon Moreno, 2007 3. 890 - Rodney Hampton, 1987 MOST YARDS RUSHING BY A SOPHOMORE: 1. 1,891 - Herschel Walker, 1981 2. 1,400 – Knowshon Moreno, 2008 3. 968 - Garrison Hearst, 1991 MOST YARDS RUSHING BY A JUNIOR: 1. 1,752 - Herschel Walker, 1982 2. 1,547 - Garrison Hearst, 1992 3. 1,324 - Musa Smith, 2002 MOST YARDS RUSHING BY A SENIOR: 1. 1,312 - Willie McClendon, 1978 2. 1,016 - Lars Tate, 1987 3. 908 - Robert Edwards, 1997 MOST YARDS RUSHING IN THREE SEASONS: 1. 5,259 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 (NCAA Record) 2. 3,232 - Garrison Hearst, 1990-92 3. 2,668 - Rodney Hampton, 1987-89 4. 2,581 - Kevin McLee, 1975-77 5. 2,271 - Frank Sinkwich, 1940-42 MOST GAMES GAINING 200 YARDS OR MORE BY A FRESHMAN: 1. 4 - Herschel Walker, 1980 2. 1 - Rodney Hampton, 1987 MOST GAMES GAINING 100 YARDS OR MORE IN ONE SEASON: 1. 11 - Herschel Walker, 1981 2. 10 - Herschel Walker, 1982 3. 9 - Musa Smith, 2002 9 - Garrison Hearst, 1992 5. 8 - Willie McClendon, 1978 MOST GAMES GAINING 200 YARDS OR MORE - CAREER: 1. 9 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 2. 1 – Charles Trippi, 1942, 45-46; Kevin McLee, 1975-77; Lars Tate, 1984-87; Rodney Hampton, 1987-89; Garrison Hearst, 1990-92; Verron Haynes, 1999-2001 MOST GAMES GAINING 100 YARDS OR MORE - CAREER: 1. 28 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 2. 16 - Garrison Hearst, 1990-92 3. 13 – Knowshon Moreno, 2007-08 MOST SEASONS 1,500 YARDS OR MORE: 1. 3 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 2. 1 - Garrison Hearst, 1992

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RECORD BOOK MOST SEASONS GAINING 1,000 YARDS OR MORE: 1. 3 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 2. 2 – Knowshon Moreno, 2007-08

ANNUAL RUSHING LEADERS

Year 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950

Player Washaun Ealey Knowshon Moreno Knowshon Moreno Kregg Lumpkin Thomas Brown Thomas Brown Michael Cooper Musa Smith Verron Haynes Brett Millican Jasper Sanks Olandis Gary Robert Edwards Robert Edwards Torin Kirtsey Terrell Davis Terrell Davis Garrison Hearst Garrison Hearst Garrison Hearst Rodney Hampton Tim Worley Lars Tate Keith Henderson Andre Smith K. Montgomery Herschel Walker Herschel Walker Herschel Walker Matt Simon Willie McClendon Kevin McLee Kevin McLee Glynn Harrison Glynn Harrison Jimmy Poulos Jimmy Poulos Andy Johnson Ricky Lake Julian Smiley Bruce Kemp Ronnie Jenkins Ronnie Jenkins P. Ridlehuber P. Ridlehuber Larry Rakestraw Leon Armbrester Bill McKenny Fred Brown Bill Godfrey Theron Sapp Theron Sapp Carl Manning Bobby Garrard Bobby Garrard Bob Clemens Bob Clemens Lauren Hargrove Billy Mixon

Att 125 250 248 162 147 172 156 260 126 67 177 143 165 184 134 97 167 228 153 162 218 191 188 108 110 120 334 385 274 152 287 178 218 131 149 167 150 174 135 124 140 170 171 142 110 102 64 81 78 79 114 137 83 107 93 120 106 89 134

Yds 717 1,400 1334 798 736 875 673 1324 691 375 896 698 908 800 603 445 824 1594 968 717 1059 1216 954 731 665 519 1752 1891 1616 589 1312 717 1058 894 959 702 556 870 570 494 553 646 669 401 368 170 266 328 355 319 635 599 348 533 442 586 460 422 705

TD 3 16 14 6 4 8 6 8 7 2 6 10 12 9 5 6 5 19 9 5 12 14 16 3 4 7 16 18 15 3 13 5 6 5 4 3 7 13 3 4 4 7 5 2 6 4 0 1 2 2 1 5 0 3 1 6 5 4 3

PASSING MOST PASS ATTEMPTS - GAME: 1. 65 - Eric Zeier vs. Florida, 1993 2. 62 - Cory Phillips vs. Georgia Tech, 2000 3. 55 - Quincy Carter vs. Georgia Tech, 1999 4. 54 - Eric Zeier vs. Vanderbilt, 1994 5. 53 - Eric Zeier vs. Auburn, 1993

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Year Player Comp-Atts-Int Yds TD 2009 Joe Cox 185-331-15 2,584 24 2008 Matthew Stafford 235-383-10 3,459 25 2007 Matthew Stafford 194-348-10 2,523 19 7 2006 Matthew Stafford 135-256-13 1,749 2005 D.J. Shockley 173-310-5 2,588 24 2004 David Greene 175-299-4 2,508 20 2003 David Greene 264-438-11 3,307 13 2002 David Greene 218-379-8 2,924 22 2001 David Greene 192-324-9 2,789 17 2000 Quincy Carter 91-183-10 1,250 6 1999 Quincy Cater 216-380-6 2,713 17 1998 Quincy Carter 176-290-9 2,484 12 1997 Mike Bobo 199-306-8 2,751 19 1996 Mike Bobo 175-344-16 2,440 13 1995 Hines Ward 69-112-3 872 2 1994 Eric Zeier 259-433-14 3396 24 1993 Eric Zeier 269-425-7 3525 24 1992 Eric Zeier 151-258-12 2248 12 1991 Eric Zeier 159-286-4 1984 7 1990 Greg Talley 72-123-5 871 4 1989 Greg Talley 92-174-9 1330 6 1988 Wayne Johnson 66-122-2 945 4 1987 James Jackson 67-132-4 1026 7 1986 James Jackson 100-181-6 1475 9 1985 James Jackson 51-112-6 759 2 1984 Todd Williams 64-130-10 620 4 1983 John Lastinger 68-137-5 796 6 1982 John Lastinger 62-148-9 907 8 1981 Buck Belue 114-188-9 1603 12 1980 Buck Belue 77-156-9 1314 11 1979 Buck Belue 59-112-11 719 8 1978 Jeff Pyburn 72-133-5 878 6 1977 Jeff Pyburn 25-55-6 312 2 1976 Matt Robinson 36-81-6 609 7 1975 Matt Robinson 29-72-4 369 2 1974 Matt Robinson 60-121-10 1317 8 1973 Andy Johnson 43-120-9 506 6 1972 James Ray 55-121-11 756 3 1971 Andy Johnson 33-77-4 341 1 1970 Mike Cavan 42-79-7 651 4 1969 Mike Cavan 71-162-11 946 7 1968 Mike Cavan 116-207-12 1619 9 1967 Kirby Moore 46-116-7 699 3 1966 Kirby Moore 36-80-7 524 4 1965 Kirby Moore 32-60-1 487 3 1964 Lynn Hughes 17-54-2 408 1 1963 L. Rakestraw 103-209-14 1297 7 1962 L. Rakestraw 78-196-16 1135 8 1961 L. Rakestraw 88-136-12 710 4 1960 F. Tarkenton 108-185-12 1189 7 1959 F. Tarkenton 62-102-6 736 6 1958 Charley Britt 31-75-8 535 3 1957 Charley Britt 31-77-13 415 4 26-61-6 294 1 1956 William Hearn 1955 Dick Young 48-97-8 875 8 1954 Jimmy Harper 29-71-8 407 2 1953 Z. Bratkowski 113-224-23 1461 6 1952 Z. Bratkowski 131-262-16 1824 12 1951 Z. Bratkowski 116-248-29 1578 6 1950 Mal Cook 35-68-6 535 1 MOST PASS ATTEMPTS - SEASON: 1. 438 - David Geene, 2003 2. 433 - Eric Zeier, 1994 3. 425 - Eric Zeier, 1993 4. 383 – Matthew Stafford, 2008 5. 380 - Quincy Carter, 1999

MOST PASS ATTEMPTS - CAREER: 1. 1440 - David Geene, 2001-04 2. 1402 - Eric Zeier, 1991-94 3. 987 - Mathew Stafford, 2006-2008 4. 853 - Quincy Carter, 1998-2000 5. 755 - Mike Bobo, 1994-97 MOST PASS COMPLETIONS - GAME: 1. 36 - Cory Phillips vs. Ga. Tech (62 attempts); Eric Zeier vs. Florida, 1993 (65 attempts); Eric Zeier vs. Kentucky, 1994 (51 attempts) 4. 34 - Eric Zeier vs. Auburn, 1993 (53 atts.) 5. 33 - Quincy Carter vs. Florida, 1998 (49 attempts) CONSECUTIVE COMPLETIONS TO START A GAME: 1. 15 – Quincy Carter vs. LSU, 1998 15 – Eric Zeier vs. Georgia Tech, 1993 3. 11 – David Greene vs. Arkansas State, 2001 CONSECUTIVE COMPLETIONS DURING A GAME: 1. 19 – Mike Bobo vs. Wisconsin, 1998 Outback Bowl MOST PASS COMPLETIONS - SEASON: 1. 269 - Eric Zeier, 1993 2. 264 - David Greene, 2003 3. 259 - Eric Zeier, 1994 4. 235 – Matthew Stafford, 2008 5. 218 - David Greene, 2002 MOST PASS COMPLETIONS - CAREER: 1. 849 - David Greene, 2001-04 2. 838 - Eric Zeier, 1991-94 3. 564 – Matthew Stafford, 2006-08 4. 483 - Quincy Carter, 1998-2000 5. 445 - Mike Bobo, 1994-97 MOST PASSING YARDS - GAME: 1. 544 - Eric Zeier vs. Southern Miss, 1993 (30x47) (SEC Record) 2. 485 - Eric Zeier vs. South Carolina, 1994 (31x51) 3. 441 - Eric Zeier vs. Vanderbilt, 1994 (23x54) 4. 426 - Eric Zeier vs. Auburn, 1993 (34x53) 5. 425 - Eric Zeier vs. Kentucky, 1993 (31x47) 6. 420 - Eric Zeier vs. Kentucky, 1994 (36x51) 7. 415 - Mike Bobo vs. Ga. Tech, 1997 (30x39) 8. 413 - Cory Phillips vs. Ga. Tech, 2000 (36x62) 9. 407 - Larry Rakestraw vs. Miami, 1963 (25x38) 407 – Matthew Stafford vs. Ga. Tech, 2008 (24x39) MOST PASSING YARDS - SEASON: 1. 3,525 - Eric Zeier, 1993 2. 3,459 – Matthew Stafford, 2008 3. 3,396 - Eric Zeier, 1994 4. 3,307 - David Greene, 2003 5. 2,924 - David Greene, 2002 MOST PASSING YARDS - CAREER: 1. 11,528 - David Greene, 2001-04 (SEC Rec.) 2. 11,153 - Eric Zeier, 1991-94 3. 7,731 – Matthew Stafford, 2006-08 4. 6,447 - Quincy Carter, 1998-2000 5. 6,334 - Mike Bobo, 1994-97


RECORD BOOK BEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE GAME (Min. 20 comp.) 1. 86.95% - David Greene vs Vanderbilt (20x23), 2002

Rating 142.86 138.30 137.54 137.13 137.08 133.30 133.04 130.21 127.79 126.02

BEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE - GAME (Min. 30 comp.) 1. 76.92% - Mike Bobo vs Ga. Tech (30x39), 1997 BEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE - SEASON: 1. 65.03% - Mike Bobo (199x306), 1997 2. 63.29% - Eric Zeier, 1993 3. 61.61% - Hines Ward, 1995 4. 61.36% - Matthew Stafford, 2008 5. 60.78% - Fran Tarkenton, 1959 BEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE - CAREER: 1. 59.77% - Eric Zeier (838x1402), 1991-94 2. 59.17% - Hines Ward, 1994-96 3. 58.96% - David Greene, 2001-04 4. 58.68% - Fran Tarkenton, 1958-60 5. 58.09% - Mike Bobo, 1994-97 AVERAGE GAIN PER PASS COMPLETION - SEASON: 1. 21.95 - Matt Robinson, 1974 2. 18.41 - Johnny Rauch, 1948 3. 18.23 - Dick Young, 1955 4. 17.25 - Charlie Britt, 1958 5. 17.06 - Buck Belue, 1980 AVERAGE GAIN PER PASS COMPLETION - CAREER: 1. 18.36 - Matt Robinson, 1974-76 2. 18.02 - Dick Young, 1954-55 AVERAGE GAIN PER PASS ATTEMPT SEASON: 1. 10.88 - Matt Robinson, 1974 2. 9.27 - Johnny Rauch, 1948 3. 9.03 – Matthew Stafford, 2008 4. 9.02 - Dick Young, 1955 5. 8.99 - Mike Bobo, 1997 AVERAGE GAIN PER PASS ATTEMPT - CAREER: 1. 8.38 - Matt Robinson, 1974-76 2. 8.37 - Johnny Rauch, 1945-48 3. 8.27 - Mike Bobo, 1994-97 4. 8.04 - Dick Young, 1954-55 5. 8.02 – D.J. Shockley, 2002-05 MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES - GAME: 1. 5 – Joe Cox vs. Arkansas, 2009 Matthew Stafford vs. Ga. Tech, 2008 5 – D.J. Shockley vs. Boise State, 2005 5 - David Greene vs. LSU, 2004 3. 4 – D.J. Shockley vs. Kentucky, 2005; David Greene vs. Kentucky, 2002;

PASSING EFFICIENCY RATING - CAREER Player (UGA Yrs.) Att/Comp Yards TD D.J. Shockley (02-05) 443/240 3,555 34 David Greene (01-04) 1440/849 11,528 72 Joe Cox (06-09) 389/218 3,016 29 Mike Bobo (94-97) 766/445 6,334 38 Eric Zeier (91-94) 1402/838 11,153 67 Matthew Stafford (06-08) 987/564 7,731 51 Johnny Rauch (45-48) 483/252 4,044 33 Buck Belue (78-81) 484/264 3,864 32 Quincy Carter (98-00) 853/483 6,447 35 Ray Goff (74-76) 74/37 622 6

NW State, 2002; Cory Phillips vs. Kentucky, 2000; Mike Bobo vs. Georgia Tech, 1997; Johnny Rauch vs. Clemson, 1946; Eric Zeier vs. Texas Tech, 1993; S. Miss, 1993; Vanderbilt, 1993; Alabama, 1994 MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES - SEASON: 1. 25 – Matthew Stafford, 2008 2. 24 – Joe Cox, 2009 24 – D.J. Shockley, 2005 24 - Eric Zeier, 1993 24 - Eric Zeier, 1994 MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES - CAREER: 1. 72 - David Greene, 2001-04 2. 67 - Eric Zeier, 1991-94 3. 51 – Matthew Stafford, 2006-08 4. 38 - Mike Bobo, 1994-97 5. 35 - Quincy Carter, 1998-00 MOST PASS INTERCEPTIONS THROWN - GAME: 1. 8 - Zeke Bratkowski vs. Georgia Tech, 1951 (35 atts.) 2. 6 - Johnny Rauch vs. Chattanooga, 1948 6 - Zeke Bratkowski vs. Maryland, 1951 MOST PASS INTECEPTIONS THROWN - SEASON: 1. 29 - Zeke Bratkowski, 1951 (248 atts.) (SEC Record) 2. 23 - Zeke Bratkowski, 1953 3. 20 - Johnny Cook, 1943 MOST PASS INTERCEPTIONS THROWN - CAREER: 1. 68 - Zeke Bratkowski, 1951-53 (734 atts.) (SEC Record) 2. 42 - Larry Rakestraw, 1961-63 3. 37 - Eric Zeier, 1991-94 CONSECUTIVE ATTEMPTS WITHOUT AN INTERCEPTION 1. 214 - David Greene, 2004 (SEC Record) 2. 176 - David Greene, 2002-03 176 - Eric Zeier, 1993-94

PASSING EFFICIENCY RATING - SEASON Rating Year Player Att/Comp/Int/Yards/TD 155.80 1997 Mike Bobo 306-199-8 2,751 19 Matthew Stafford383-235-10 3,459 25 153.54 2008 150.07 1974 Matt Robinson 121-60-10 1,317 8 148.39 2004 David Greene 299-175-4 2,508 20 148.30 1993 Eric Zeier 425-269-7 3,525 24 148.26 2005 D.J. Shockley 310-173-5 2,588 24 143.70 1981 Buck Belue 188-114-9 1,603 12 143.33 2001 David Greene 324-192-9 2,789 17 140.10 1998 Quincy Carter 290-176-9 2,484 12 137.80 1992 Eric Zeier 258-151-12 2,248 12

Pct. 65.0 61.4 49.6 58.5 63.3 55.8 60.6 59.3 60.7 58.5

INT 9 32 16 26 37 33 29 32 25 4

LOWEST INTERCEPTION % - SEASON: (Min. 200 attempts) 1. 1.33% - David Greene, 2004 (4 in 299 attempts) (SEC Record) 2. 1.39% - Eric Zeier, 1991 (4 in 286 attempts) 3. 1.58% - Quincy Carter, 1999 (6 in 380 attempts) 4. 1.61% - D.J. Shockley, 2005 (5 in 310 attempts) 5. 1.65% - Eric Zeier; 1993 (7 in 425) LOWEST INTERCEPTION % - CAREER: (Min. 600 attempts) 1. 2.22% - David Greene (32 in 1440 attempts), 2001-04 (SEC Record) 2. 2.64% - Eric Zeier, (37 in 1,402 attempts), 1991-94 3. 2.93% - Quincy Carter (25 in 853 attempts), 1997-2000 4. 3.39% - Mike Bobo (26 in 766 attempts), 1994-97 MOST YARDS PASSING BY A FRESHMAN: 1. 2,789 – David Greene, 2001 2. 2,484 - Quincy Carter, 1998 3. 1,984 - Eric Zeier, 1991 4. 1749 - Matthew Stafford, 2006 5. 568 - Preston Jones, 1989 MOST YARDS PASSING BY A SOPHOMORE: 1. 2,924 - David Greene, 2002 2. 2,713 - Quincy Carter, 1999 3. 2,523 – Matthew Stafford, 2007 4. 2,248 - Eric Zeier, 1992 5. 1,619 - Mike Cavan, 1968 MOST YARDS PASSING BY A JUNIOR: 1. 3,525 - Eric Zeier, 1993 2. 3,459 – Matthew Stafford, 2008 3. 3,307 - David Greene, 2003 4. 2,440 - Mike Bobo, 1996 5. 1,824 - Zeke Bratkowski, 1951 MOST YARDS PASSING BY A SENIOR: 1. 3,396 - Eric Zeier, 1994 2. 2,751 - Mike Bobo, 1997 3. 2,588 - D.J. Shockley, 2005 4. 2,584 - Joe Cox, 2009 5. 2,508 - David Greene, 2004

TOTAL OFFENSE

MOST OFFENSIVE PLAYS - GAME: 1. 73 - Eric Zeier vs. Florida, 1993 2 65 - Cory Phillips vs. Ga. Tech, 2000 3. 64 - Eric Zeier vs. Auburn, 1993 4. 62 - Quincy Carter vs.Georgia Tech, 1999 5. 59 - Quincy Carter vs. Florida, 1998

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RECORD BOOK MOST OFFENSIVE PLAYS - SEASON: 1. 507 - David Greene, 2003 2. 484 - Eric Zeier, 1993 3. 482 - Quincy Carter, 1999 4. 454 - Eric Zeier, 1994 5. 444 - David Greene, 2002 6. 438 – Matthew Stafford, 2008 7. 389 - Quincy Carter, 1998 8. 388 - D.J. Shockley, 2005 9. 387 - Matthew Stafford, 2007 387 - Mike Bobo, 1996 MOST OFFENSIVE PLAYS: CAREER: 1. 1,644 - David Greene, 2001-04 (1,440 pass, 204 rush) 2. 1,560 - Eric Zeier, 1991-94 3. 1,128 – Matthew Stafford, 2006-08 4. 1,104 - Quincy Carter, 1998-2000 5. 995 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 6. 858 - Mike Bobo, 1994-1997 7. 814 - Larry Rakestraw, 1961-63 8. 799 - Zeke Bratkowski, 1951-53 9. 772 - Frank Sinkwich, 1040-42 10. 762 - James Jackson, 1984-87 AVERAGE GAIN PER PLAY - GAME (Minimum 10 plays): 1. 16.40 - Eric Zeier vs. NE Louisiana, 1994 (8x10 for 164 [p]) 2. 16.30 - Willie McClendon vs. Florida, 1977 (10x163 [r]) 3. 15.72 - Ray Goff vs. Ole Miss, 1976 (4x4 for 104 [p]; 7x69 [r]) 4. 13.77 - Eric Zeier vs. Texas Tech, 1993 (13x19 for 317 [p]; 3x-14 [r]) 5. 13.31 - Dick Young vs. Auburn, 1955 (7x11 for 186 [p]; 2x-13 [r]} AVERAGE GAIN PER PLAY - SEASON: 1. 7.99 – Matthew Stafford, 2008 2. 7.94 - Charles Trippi, 1942 3. 7.75 - Mike Bobo, 1997 4. 7.63 – David Greene, 2001 5. 7.61 - Eric Zeier, 1994 6. 7.58 - David Greene, 2004 7. 7.50 - D.J. Shockley, 2005 8. 7.38 - Charles Trippi, 1946 9. 7.20 - Eric Zeier, 1993 10. 7.19 - Matt Robinson, 1974 AVERAGE GAIN PER PLAY - CAREER: 1. 7.52 - Charles Trippi, 1942, 1945-46* 2. 7.14 - Mike Bobo, 1994-97 3. 7.08 - Joe Cox, 2006-09 4. 7.04 – Matthew Stafford, 2006-08 5. 7.03 – D.J. Shockley, 2002-05 6. 6.95 - Eric Zeier, 1991-94 7. 6.86 - David Greene, 2001-04 8. 6.39 - Quincy Carter, 1998-2000 9. 6.34 - Glynn Harrison, 1972-75 10. 6.27 - James Jackson, 1984-87 *Career stats for CharleyTrippi include partial 1945 season in which Trippi joined the team in mid-season after being released from the armed forces. TOTAL OFFENSE - GAME: 1. 527 - Eric Zeier vs. Southern Miss, 1993 (544 passing, -17 rushing) 2. 494 - Eric Zeier vs. South Carolina, 1994 (485 passing, 9 rushing) 3. 451 - Eric Zeier vs. Vanderbilt, 1994 (441

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passing, 10 rushing) 4. 432 - Eric Zeier vs. Kentucky, 1994 (420 passing, 12 rushing) 5. 424 - Eric Zeier vs. Tennessee, 1994 (401 passing, 23 rushing) 6. 423 - Eric Zeier vs. Kentucky, 1993 (425 passing, -2 rushing) 7. 421 - Mike Bobo vs. Ga. Tech, 1997 (415 passing, 6 rushing) 8. 419 - Eric Zeier vs. Florida, 1993 (386 passing, 33 rushing) 9. 414 - Larry Rakestraw vs. Miami, 1963 (407 passing, 7 rushing) 10. 410 - Eric Zeier vs. Auburn, 1993 (426 passing, -16 rushing) TOTAL OFFENSE - SEASON: 1. 3,499 – Matthew Stafford, 2008 2. 3,482 - Eric Zeier, 1993 3. 3,457 - Eric Zeier, 1994 4. 3,127 - David Greene, 2003 5. 2,968 - Quincy Carter, 1999 TOTAL OFFENSE - CAREER: 1. 11,270 - David Greene, 2001-04 (SEC Rec) 2. 10,841- Eric Zeier, 1991-94 3. 7,944 - Matthew Stafford, 2006-08 4. 7,053 - Quincy Carter, 1998-200 5. 6,054 - Mike Bobo, 1994-97 6. 5,259 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 7. 4,824 - Zeke Bratkowski, 1951-53 8. 4,775 - James Jackson, 1984-87 9. 4,602 - Frank Sinkwich, 1940-42 10. 4,300 - Buck Belue, 1978-81 TOUCHDOWN RESPONSIBILITY - GAME: 1. 6 – D.J. Shockley vs. Boise State, 2005 (5 passing, 1 rushing) 2. 5 - Frank Sinkwich vs. Cincinnati, 1942 (3 rushing, 2 passing); Ray Goff vs. Florida, 1976 (3 rushing, 2 passing); Robert Edwards vs. South Carolina, 1995 (4 rushing, 1 receiving); David Greene vs. LSU, 2004 (5 pasing); Matthew Stafford vs. Ga. Tech, 2008 (5 passing); Joe Cox vs. Arkansas, 2009 (5 passing) TOUCHDOWN RESPONSIBILITY - SEASON: 1. 28 – D.J. Shockley, 2005 2. 27 - Frank Sinkwich, 1942 3. 26 – Matthew Stafford, 2008 4. 25 - Eric Zeier, 1993 25 - Eric Zeier, 1994 6. 24 - Joe Cox, 2009 24 - David Greene, 2002 8. 22 - Quincy Carter, 1991 22 - Frank Sinkwich, 1941 TOUCHDOWN RESPONSIBILITY CAREER: 1. 77 - David Greene, 2001-04 2. 71 - Eric Zeier, 1991-94 3. 60 - Frank Sinkwich, 1940-42 4. 57 – Matthew Stafford, 2006-08 5. 52 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 6. 46 - Quincy Carter, 1998-2000 46 - Charley Trippi, 1942, 45-46 8. 45 - Johnny Rauch, 1946-48 9. 42 - Buck Belue, 1978-81 10. 41 - D.J. Shockley, 2002-05

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ANNUAL TOTAL OFFENSE LEADERS Player Plays Yards Joe Cox 362 2,556 Matthew Stafford 438 3,499 Matthew Stafford 387 2,505 Matthew Stafford 303 1, 940 D.J. Shockley 388 2,910 David Greene 322 2,441 David Greene 507 3,127 David Greene 444 2,872 David Greene 371 2,830 Quincy Carter 233 1,317 Quincy Carter 482 2,968 Quincy Carter 389 2,768 Mike Bobo 346 2,681 Mike Bobo 387 2239 Hines Ward 182 1120 Eric Zeier 454 3457 Eric Zeier 484 3482 Eric Zeier 295 2117 Eric Zeier 327 1785 Greg Talley 159 844 Greg Talley 247 1330 Tim Worley 194 1252 James Jackson 245 1545 James Jackson 289 1885 James Jackson 207 1148 Todd Williams 188 783 John Lastinger 220 1126 Herschel Walker 335 1752 Herschel Walker 399 1891 Herschel Walker 281 1616 Buck Belue 184 934 W. McClendon 291 1339 Kevin McLee 183 1047 Kevin McLee 220 1074 Glynn Harrison 131 894 Glynn Harrison 159 1132 Andy Johnson 178 1008 James Ray 111 875 Andy Johnson 207 1211 Paul Gilbert 91 703 Mike Cavan 148 999 Mike Cavan 218 1710 Kirby Moore 170 1206 Ronnie Jenkins 174 704 Kirby Moore 106 662 Lynn Hughes 96 566 L. Rakestraw 205 1467 L. Rakestraw 193 1357 L. Rakestraw 151 841 Fran Tarkenton 184 1274 Fran Tarkenton 114 797 Theron Sapp 115 642 Theron Sapp 137 599 Carl Manning 91 403 Dick Young 85 719 Bobby Garrard 93 442 Z. Bratkowski 138 1416 Z. Bratkowski 281 1804 Z. Bratkowski 137 1634 Billy Mixon 138 744


RECORD BOOK PASS RECEIVING MOST PASS RECEPTIONS - GAME: 1. 15 - Shannon Mitchell vs. Florida, 1993 (140 yards) 2. 13 - Michael Johnson vs. Auburn, 2002 (141 yards) 3. 12 - Randy McMichael vs. Ga. Tech, 2000 (156 yards) 4. 11 - Damien Gary vs. Ga. Tech, 2000 (126 yds) 11 – Mohamed Massaquoi vs. Kentucky, 2008 (191 yards) ANNUAL RECEIVING LEADERS Year Player Rec Yds TD 2009 A.J. Green 53 808 6 2008 Mohamed Massaquoi 58 920 8 2007 Sean Bailey 39 615 5 2006 Martrez Milner 30 425 3 2005 Leonard Pope 39 541 4 2004 Reggie Brown 53 860 6 2003 Reggie Brown 49 662 3 2002 Terrence Edwards 59 1004 11 2001 Terrence Edwards 39 613 6 2000 Terrence Edwards 53 704 4 1999 Terrence Edwards 53 772 9 1998 Tony Small 48 675 3 1997 Hines Ward 55 715 6 1996 Hines Ward 52 900 4 1995 Juan Daniels 46 726 5 1994 Brice Hunter 59 799 7 1993 Brice Hunter 76 970 9 1992 Andre Hastings 52 860 5 1991 Andre Hastings 48 683 5 1990 Sean Hummings 25 376 1 1989 Kirk Warner 30 404 1 1988 John Thomas 23 354 3 1987 John Thomas 25 391 1 1986 Lars Tate 22 214 1 1985 Herman Archie 10 116 0 1984 Scott Williams 19 204 1 1983 Herman Archie 31 355 2 1982 Clarence Kay 12 175 2 1981 Lindsay Scott 42 728 6 1980 Amp Arnold 20 357 4 1979 Lindsay Scott 34 512 1 1978 Lindsay Scott 36 484 2 1977 Jesse Murray 13 216 0 1976 Gene Washington 20 469 4 1975 Richard Appleby 13 221 1 1974 Richard Appleby 23 510 3 1973 Richard Appleby 12 171 2 1972 Bob Burns 23 389 0 1971 Lynn Hunnicutt 14 141 0 1970 C. Whittemore 46 620 5 1969 C. Whittemore 28 452 4 1968 C. Whittemore 40 608 2 1967 Dennis Hughes 18 356 3 1966 Billy Payne 12 144 1 1965 Pat Hodgson 26 312 3 1964 Leon Armbrester 7 104 0 1963 Pat Hodgson 24 375 2 1962 Mickey Babb 20 354 1 1961 Bill McKenny 23 202 1 1960 Fred Brown 31 275 3 1959 Bobby Towns 18 263 2 1958 Norman King 8 138 1 1957 James Orr 16 237 2 1956 Roy Wilkins 9 116 0 1955 James Orr 24 443 3 1954 Roy Wilkins 6 70 0 1953 Johnny Carson 45 663 4 1952 Johnny Carson 32 467 2 1951 Harry Babcock 41 666 2 1950 Zippy Morocco 13 206 1

MOST PASS RECEPTIONS - SEASON: 1. 76 - Brice Hunter, 1993 2 59 - Terrence Edwards, 2002 59 - Brice Hunter, 1994 4. 58 - Mohamed Massaquoi, 2008 5. 56 - A.J. Green, 2008 MOST PASS RECEPTIONS - CAREER: 1. 204 - Terrence Edwards, 1999-2002 2. 182 - Brice Hunter, 1992-95 3. 161 - Fred Gibson, 2001-04 4. 158 – Mohamed Massaquoi, 2005-08 5. 144 - Hines Ward, 1994-97 144 - Reggie Brown, 2000-04 YARDS GAINED RECEIVING - GAME: 1. 201 – Fred Gibson vs. Kentucky, 2001 2. 198 - Lamar Davis vs. Cincinnati, 1942 3. 196 - Terrence Edwards vs. Utah State, 1999 192 - Pat Hodgson vs. Miami, 1963 5. 191 – Mohamed Massaquoi vs. Kentucky, 2008 YARDS GAINED RECEIVING - SEASON: 1. 1,004 - Terrence Edwards, 2002 2. 970 - Brice Hunter, 1993 3. 963 - A.J. Green, 2008 4. 920 - Mohamed Massaquoi, 2008 5. 900 - Hines Ward, 1996 YARDS GAINED RECEIVING - CAREER: 1. 3,093 - Terrence Edwards, 1999-2002 (SEC Record) 2. 2,884 - Fred Gibson, 2001-04 3. 2,373 - Brice Hunter, 1992-95 4. 2,282 - Mohamed Massaquoi, 2005-08 5. 2,098 - Lindsay Scott, 1978-81 AVERAGE GAIN PER RECEPTION SEASON: 1. 28.5 - Lamar Davis, 1942 2. 26.4 - Rex Putnal, 1972 3. 23.5 - Gene Washington, 1976 4. 23.4 – Fred Gibson, 2001 5. 22.8 – Sean Bailey, 2005 AVERAGE GAIN PER RECEPTION CAREER: 1. 24.6 - Gene Washington, 1973-76 2. 20.7 - Bobby Walston, 1947-50 3. 20.5 - Rex Putnal, 1970-72 TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS - GAME: 1. 3 – Mohamed Massaquoi vs. Ga. Tech, 2008; Terrence Edwards vs. Kentucky, 2002; Don Potterfield vs. Auburn, 1962; George Poschner vs. Florida, 1942 TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS - SEASON: 1. 11 - Terrence Edwards, 2002 2. 9 - Terrence Edwards, 1999; Brice Hunter, 1993; Hason Graham, 1994 5. 8 - Mohamed Massaquoi, 2008; A.J. Green, 2008; Lamar Davis, 1941 TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS - CAREER: 1. 30 - Terrence Edwards, 1999-2002 2. 20 - Fred Gibson, 2001-04 3. 19 - Brice Hunter, 1992-94 4. 16 - Hason Graham, 1992-94; Juan Daniels, 1993-96; Mohamed Massaquoi, 2005-08 MOST RECEPTIONS BY A FRESHMAN: 1. 56 - A.J. Green, 2008 2. 53 - Terrence Edwards, 1999 3. 38 – Mohamed Massaquoi, 2005

MOST RECEPTIONS BY A SOPHOMORE: 1. 76 - Brice Hunter, 1993 2. 53 - Terrence Edwards, 2000; A.J. Green, 2009 MOST RECEPTIONS BY A JUNIOR: 1. 59 - Brice Hunter, 1994 2. 52 - Andre Hastings, 1992; Hines Ward, 1996 MOST RECEPTIONS BY A SENIOR: 1. 59 - Terrence Edwards, 2002 2. 58 - Mohamed Massaquoi, 2008 3. 55 - Hines Ward, 1997

ALL-PURPOSE RUNNING MOST ALL-PURPOSE YARDS - GAME: 1. 290 - Rodney Hampton vs. Ole Miss, 1987 (227 rush, 28 rec., 35 KO ret.) 2. 285 – Fred Gibson vs. Kentucky; 2001 (201 rec., 84 KO ret.) 3. 283 - Herschel Walker vs. Vanderbilt, 1980 (283 rush, 0 rec., 0 ret.) 4. 279 - Herschel Walker vs. Florida, 1981 (192 rush, 55 rec., 32 KO ret.) 5. 270 - Herschel Walker vs. Ga. Tech, 1980 (212 rush, 31 rec., 27 KO ret.) 270 - Garrison Hearst vs. Vanderbilt, 1992 (246 rush, 2 rec., 22 KO ret.) MOST ALL-PURPOSE YARDS - SEASON: 1. 2,067 - Herschel Walker, 1981 (1,891 rush, 84 rec., 92 KO ret.) 2. 1,910 - Garrison Hearst, 1992 (1,547 rush, 324 rec., 39 KO ret.) 3. 1,877 - Herschel Walker, 1982 (1,752 rush, 89 rec., 36 KO ret.) 4. 1,822 – Knowshon Moreno, 2008 (1,400 rush, 393 rec., 30 PR ret.) 5. 1,805 - Herschel Walker, 1980 (1,616 rush 70 rec., 119 KO ret.) MOST ALL-PURPOSE YARDS - CAREER: 1. 5,749 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 (5,259 rush, 243 rec., 247 KO ret.) 2. 3,870 - Hines Ward, 1994-97 (1,063 rush, 842 ret.) 3. 3,834 - Garrison Hearst, 1992 (3,232 rush, 546 rec., 39 KO ret.) 4. 3,750 – Thomas Brown, 2004-07 (2,646 rush, 373 rec., 731 ret.) 5. 3,582 - Rodney Hampton, 1987-89 (2,668 rush, 438 rec., 476 KO ret.) MOST ALL-PURPOSE YARDS - IN THREE SEASONS: 1. 5,749 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 (5,259 rush, 243 rec., 247 KO ret.) MOST ALL-PURPOSE PLAYS - GAME: 1. 53 - Herschel Walker vs. Florida, 1981 (47 rush, 4 rec., 2 KO ret.) MOST ALL-PURPOSE PLAYS - SEASON: 1. 405 - Herschel Walker, 1981 (385 rush, 14 rec., 6 KO ret.) MOST ALL-PURPOSE PLAYS - CAREER: 1. 1,034 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 (994 rush, 26 rec., 14 KO ret.)

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RECORD BOOK SCORING ANNUAL SCORING LEADERS Year Player TD PAT FG 2009 Blair Walsh 0 42 20 0 0 2008 Knowshon Moreno 18 2007 Brandon Coutu 0 49 18 2006 B. Southernland 10 0 0 2005 Brandon Coutu 0 45 23 2004 Andy Bailey 0 36 14 2003 Billy Bennett 0 38 31 2002 Billy Bennett 0 52 26 2001 Billy Bennett 0 34 17 2000 Billy Bennett 0 24 13 1999 Hap Hines 0 36 14 1998 O. Gary 10 0 0 1997 R. Edwards 13 0 0 1996 R. Edwards 10 0 0 1995 K. Parkman 0 23 13 1994 K. Parkman 0 40 17 1993 K. Parkman 0 35 19 1992 G. Hearst 21 0 0 1991 G. Hearst 9 1 0 1990 John Kasay 0 10 19 1989 John Kasay 0 22 24 1988 Tim Worley 18 0 0 1987 Lars Tate 14 1 * 1986 Lars Tate 17 0 0 1985 Steve Crumley 0 29 12 1984 Kevin Butler 0 23 23 1983 Kevin Butler 0 28 18 1982 H. Walker 17 1* 0 1981 H. Walker 20 0 0 1980 H. Walker 15 0 0 1979 Rex Robinson 0 21 15 1978 W McClendon 13 0 0 1977 Rex Robinson 0 15 10 1976 Allan Leavitt 0 37 11 1975 Kevin McLee 10 0 0 12 0 0 1974 Horace King 1973 Allan Leavitt 0 25 8 1972 Jimmy Poulos 7 0 0 1971 Andy Johnson 13 0 0 1970 Kim Braswell 0 22 13 1969 J. McCullough 0 22 8 1968 J. McCullough 0 31 7 1967 J. McCullough 0 31 7 1966 Bobby Etter 0 12 21 1965 Bobby Etter 0 16 10 1964 P. Ridlehuber 6 0 0 1963 B. McCullough 0 16 5 1962 D. Porterfeld 5 0 0 1961 D. Pennington 0 9 3 1960 D. Pennington 0 16 8 1959 D. Pennington 0 26 2 1958 Fred Brown 4 0 0 1957 Theron Sapp 5 0 0 1956 G. Whitton 2 0 0 1955 Bobby Garrard 4 2 0 1954 Bob Clemens 4 0 0 1953 Bob Clemens 6 0 0 1952 B. Dellinger 6 0 0 1951 Zippy Morocco 6 0 0 1950 Mal Cook 6 0 0 * 2-point conversion

TP 102 108 103 60 114 78 131 130 85 63 78 60 78 60 62 91 92 126 56 67 79 108 86 75 65 92 82 104 120 90 66 78 45 70 60 72 49 42 78 61 46 52 52 57 46 36 31 30 18 40 32 24 30 12 26 24 36 36 36 36

MOST POINTS SCORED - GAME: 1. 30 - Robert Edwards vs. South Carolina, 1995 (5 TDs) 2. 24 - 9 times by 8 players, most recently Robert Edwards vs. Florida, 1997 (4 TDs)

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MOST POINTS SCORED - SEASON: 1. 131 - Billy Bennett, 2003 (SEC Record) 2. 130 - Billy Bennett, 2002 3. 126 - Garrison Hearst, 1992 4. 120 - Herschel Walker, 1981 5. 114 – Brandon Coutu, 2005 MOST POINTS SCORED - CAREER: 1. 409 - Billy Bennett, 200-03 (SEC Record, 2nd in NCAA) 2. 353 - Kevin Butler, 1981-84 3. 314 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 4. 282 - Kanon Parkman, 1991, 93-95 5. 273 – Brandon Coutu, 2004-07 MOST TOUCHDOWNS SCORED - GAME: 1. 5 - Robert Edwards vs. South Carolina, 1995 2. 4 - Robert Edwards vs. Florida, 1997; Johnny Cook vs. VMI, 1943; Rabbit Smith vs. Kentucky, 1945; Herschel Walker vs. Temple, Florida, Georgia Tech, 1981; Lars Tate vs. Richmond, 1986; Oregon State, 1987; Tim Worley vs. Mississippi State, 1988; Garrison Hearst vs. Cal State Fullerton, 1992 MOST TOUCHDOWNS SCORED - SEASON: 1. 21 - Garrison Hearst, 1992 2. 20 - Herschel Walker, 1981 3. 18 – Knowshon Moreno, 2008 18 - Tim Worley, 1988 5. 17 - Frank Sinkwich, 1942 17 - Herschel Walker, 1982 17 - Lars Tate, 1986 MOST TOUCHDOWNS SCORED - CAREER: 1. 52 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 2. 37 - Lars Tate, 1984-87 3. 35 - Garrison Hearst, 1990-92 4. 32 - Charles Trippi, 1942, 45-46* 32 – Knowshon Moreno, 2007-08

KICKING MOST PATS MADE - GAME: 1. 10 - George Jernigan vs. Furman, 1946

10 - Kanon Parkman vs. NE Louisiana, 1994

MOST PATS MADE - SEASON: 1. 52 - Billy Bennett, 2002 2. 50 – Blair Walsh, 2008 3. 49 – Brandon Coutu, 2007 4. 47 - George Jernigan, 1946 5. 45 – Brandon Coutu, 2005 MOST PATS MADE - CAREER: 1. 148 - Billy Bennett, 2000-03 2. 125 - Allan Leavitt, 1973-76 3. 122 - Kevin Butler, 1981-84 4. 117 - Hap Hines, 1996-1999 5. 114 – Brandon Coutu, 2004-07 PATS ATTEMPTED - SEASON: 1. 54 - Leo Costa, 1942 2. 52 - Billy Bennett, 2002 52 - George Jernigan, 1946 4. 50 – Blair Walsh, 2008 5. 49 – Brandon Coutu, 2007 PATS ATTEMPTED - CAREER: 1. 151 - Billy Bennett, 2000-03 2. 129 - Allan Leavitt, 1973-76 3. 125 - Kevin Butler, 1981-84 4. 122 - Hap Hines, 1996-1999 5. 115 - Leo Costa, 1940-42

PAT PERCENTAGE - SEASON: 1. 100% - 18 times Blair Walsh, 2009 (42x42) Blair Walsh, 2008 (50x50) Brandon Coutu, 2007 (49x49) Brandon Coutu, 2006 (17x17) Brandon Coutu, 2005 (45x45) Billy Bennett, 2002 (52x52) Billy Bennett. 2001 (34x34) Hap Hines, 1999 (36x36) Bobby Etter, 1964 (16x16) Kim Braswell, 1972 (21x21) Allan Leavitt, 1973 (25x25) Allan Leavitt, 1975 (23x23) Rex Robinson, 1978 (29x29) Rex Robinson, 1979 (21x21) Rex Robinson, 1980 (36x36) Kevin Butler, 1983 (28x28) Kevin Butler, 1984 (23x23) Steve Crumley, 1986 (33x33) PAT PERCENTAGE - CAREER: 1. 100.0% - Brandon Coutu, 2004-07 (114x114) 2. 99.0% - Rex Robinson, 1977-80 (101x102) 3. 98.0% - Billy Bennett, 2000-03 (148x151) 4. 97.6% - Kevin Butler, 1981-84 (122x125) 5. 97.4% - Todd Peterson, 1991-92 (75x77) MOST CONSECUTIVE PATS: 1. 114 – Brandon Coutu, 2004-07 2. 113 - Billy Bennettt, 2000-03 3. 101 - Rex Robinson, 1977-80 FIELD GOALS MADE - GAME: 1. 6 – Billy Bennertt vs. Georgia Tech, 2001 (Ties SEC Record) 2. 4 - 12 times by 7 players, most recent by Brandon Coutu vs. South Carolina, 2007 FIELD GOALS MADE - SEASON: 1. 31 - Billy Bennett, 2003 (NCAA, SEC Record) 2. 26 - Billy Bennett, 2002 3. 23 – Brandon Coutu, 2005 23 - Kevin Butler, 1984 5. 20 - Blair Walsh, 2009 FIELD GOALS MADE - CAREER: 1. 87 - Billy Bennett, 2000-03 (NCAA, SEC Record) 2. 77 - Kevin Butler, 1981-84 3. 61 - Kanon Parkman, 1991, 93-95 4. 56 - Rex Robinson, 1977-80 5. 49 - Brandon Coutu, 2004-07 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED - GAME: 1. 6 - Rex Robinson vs. Georgia Tech, 1979 (3x6); Kanon Parkman vs. Florida, 1993 (4x6); Billy Bennett vs. Georgia Tech, 2001 (6x6) FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED - SEASON: 1. 38 - Billy Bennett, 2003 (NCAA, SEC Record) 2. 33 - Billy Bennett, 2002 3. 30 - Brandon Coutu, 2005 4. 28 - Kevin Butler, 1984 5. 27 - Kanon Parkman, 1993 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED - CAREER: 1. 110 - Billy Bennett, 2000-03 (NCAA, SEC Record) 2. 98 - Kevin Butler, 1981-84 3. 85 - Kanon Parkman, 1991, 93-95 4. 84 - Rex Robinson, 1977-80 5. 66 - Steve Crumley, 1985-88; 66 - Brandon Coutu, 2004-07


RECORD BOOK FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE - SEASON: 1. 92.86% - Billy Bennett, 2000 (13x14) 2. 90.90% - Blair Walsh, 2009 (20x22) 90.90% - Brandon Coutu, 2006 (10x11) 4. 88.24% - Rex Robinson, 1978 5. 82.35% - Steve Crumley, 1987 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE - CAREER: 1. 80.30% - Brandon Coutu, 2004-07 2. 79.10% - Billy Bennett, 2000-03 3. 78.50% - Kevin Butler, 1981-84 4. 71.76% - Kanon Parkman, 1991, 93-95 5. 71.43% - Bobby Etter, 1964-66 6. 70.00% - Hap Hines, 1996-99 70.00% - Steve Crumley, 1985-88 8. 69.40% - John Kasay, 1987-90 9. 66.70% - Rex Robinson, 1977-80 10. 66.67% - Todd Peterson, 1991-92 MOST POINTS KICKING - GAME: 1. 19 – Billy Bennett vs. Ga. Tech, 2001 (6 FGs, 1 PAT) 2. 16 - Kanon Parkman vs. Clemson, 1994 (4 FGs, 4 PATs) 3. 15 - Billy Bennett vs. Ga. Tech, 2002 (3 FGs, 6 PATs) 15 - Kevin Butler vs. Vanderbilt, 1981 (3 FGs, 6 PATs) MOST POINTS KICKING - SEASON: 1. 131 - Billy Bennett, 2003 (31 FGs, 38 PATs) (SEC Record) 2. 130 - Billy Bennett, 2002 (26 FGs, 52 PATs) 3. 114 – Brandon Coutu, 2005 (23 FGs, 45 PATs) 4. 103 - Brandon Coutu, 2007 (18 FGs, 49 PATs) 5. 102 - Blair Walsh, 2009 (20 FGs, 42 PATs) MOST POINTS KICKING - CAREER: 1. 409 - Billy Bennett, 2000-03 (87 FGs, 148 PATs) (SEC Record) 2. 353 - Kevin Butler, 1981-84 (77 FGs, 122 PATs) 3. 282 - Kanon Parkman, 1991, 93-95 (59 FGs, 99 PATs) 4. 273 – Brandon Coutu, 2004-07 (53 FGs, 114 PATs) 5. 269 - Rex Robinson, 1977-80 (56 FGs, 101 PATs) MOST GAMES KICKING AT LEAST ONE FIELD GOAL - CAREER: 1. 43 - Billy Bennett, 2000-03 (NCAA Record) 2. 38 - Kevin Butler, 1981-84 MOST GAMES KICKING TWO FIELD GOALS - CAREER: 1. 27 - Kevin Butler, 1981-84 (NCAA Record) 27 - Billy Bennett, 2000-03 (NCAA Record) MOST FIELD GOALS OVER 50 YARDS - CAREER: 1. 11 - Kevin Butler, 1981-84 2. 6 - Allan Leavitt, 1973-76 6 - Rex Robinson, 1977-80 6 – Brandon Coutu, 2004-07 HIGHEST PERCENTAGE OF FIELD GOALS MADE 50 YARDS OR MORECAREER (Min. 20 atts.): 1. 52.4% - Kevin Butler, 1981-84 (11x21)

LONGEST FIELD GOAL: 1. 60 yards - Kevin Butler vs. Clemson, 1984 (Ties SEC Record) 2. 59 yards - Kevin Butler vs. Ole Miss, 1982 3. 58 yards – Brandon Coutu vs. La.-Monroe, 2005 (SEC Record without a tee) 58 yards - Allan Leavitt vs. Vanderbilt, 1976 4. 57 yards - Rex Robinson vs. S.C, 1980 57 yards - Rex Robinson vs. Ga. Tech, 1980 57 yards - Kevin Butler vs. Ga. Tech, 1984

PUNTING

MOST PUNTS - GAME: 1. 14 - Bill Hartman vs. Auburn, 1937 2. 12 - Spike Jones vs. Auburn, 1969 3. 11 - Mack Faircloth vs. Vanderbilt 1963 11 - Spike Jones vs. Houston, 1967 11 - Bucky Dilts vs. Ole Miss, 1976 MOST PUNTS - SEASON: 1. 80 - Don Golden, 1972 2. 78 - Patrick Field, 1949 3. 71 - Don Golden 1973 71 - Spike Jones, 1969 5. 66 - Spike Jones, 1967 66 - Gordon Ely-Kelso, 2003 MOST PUNTS - CAREER: 1. 224 – Gordon Ely-Kelso, 2003-06 2. 194 - Spike Jones, 1967-69 3. 188 - Scot Armstrong, 1990-93 4. 181 - Jonathan Kilgo, 1999-2002 5. 178 - Dax Langley, 1994-97 PUNTING AVERAGE - GAME: 1. 63.0 - Bobby Walden vs. Texas, 1958 (3 for 189 yards) 2. 57.0 - Drew Butler vs. Okla. State, 2009 (6 for 342 yards) 3. 55.2 - Drew Butler vs. Arkansas, 2009 (4 for 221 yards) PUNTING AVERAGE - SEASON: 1. 48.1 - Drew Butler, 2009 2. 45.4 - Chip Andrews, 1984 3. 45.3 - Bobby Walden, 1958 4. 44.1 - Cris Carpenter, 1986 5. 44.0 – Brian Mimbs, 2008 PUNTING AVERAGE - CAREER: 1. 43.2 - Chip Andrews, 1983-84 2. 43.1 – Brian Mimbs, 2005-08 3. 42.8 - Bobby Walden, 1958-60 42.8 - Cris Carpenter, 1985-86 5. 42.5 – Jonathan Kilgo, 1999-2002 NET PUNTING - SEASON: 1. 41.9 - Drew Butler, 2009 2. 41.6 - Chip Andrews, 1984 3. 40.9 - Cris Carpenter, 1986 4. 40.5 – Jonathan Kilgo, 2001 5. 40.1 – Gordon Ely-Kelso, 2005 NET PUNTING - CAREER: 1. 40.2 - Chip Andrews, 1983-84 2. 40.0 - Cris Carpenter, 1985-86 PUNTING YARDS - SEASON: 1. 3,092 - Spike Jones, 1968 3,092 - Don Golden, 1972 3. 2,906 - Don Golden, 1973 4. 2,893 - Patrick Field, 1949 5. 2,858 - Chip Andrews, 1984

Year 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950

ANNUAL PUNTING LEADERS Player No./Yds Drew Butler 56/2691 Brian Mimbs 47/2068 Brian Mimbs 57/2414 Gordon Ely-Kelso 51/2007 Gordon Ely-Kelso 57/2443 Gordon Ely-Kelso 53/2119 Gordon Ely-Kelso 66/2571 Jonathan Kilgo 64/2708 Jonathan Kilgo 42/1838 Jonathan Kilgo 58/2450 Jonathan Kilgo 17/688 Wynn Kopp 45/1638 Dax Langley 39/1514 Dax Langley 54/2141 Dax Langley 45/1778 Dax Langley 40/1561 Scot Armstrong 37/1419 Scot Armstrong 49/1897 Scot Armstrong 40/1676 Scot Armstrong 62/2381 Joey Hester 65/2559 Joey Hester 49/1922 Joey Hester 31/1141 Cris Carpenter 41/1808 Cris Carpenter 53/2212 Chip Andrews 63/2858 Chip Andrews 46/1848 Jim Broadway 57/2305 Jim Broadway 44/1810 Mark Malkiewicz 26/979 Mike Garrett 61/2467 Mike Garrett 48/1878 Mike Garrett 64/2402 Bucky Dilts 49/1931 Bucky Dilts 47/1820 Bucky Dilts 36/1334 Don Golden 71/2906 Don Golden 80/3092 Jimmy Shirer 55/2104 Jimmy Shirer 49/1915 Spike Jones 71/3092 Spike Jones 57/2351 Spike Jones 66/2600 Kirby Moore 27/1008 Kirby Moore 45/1716 Mack Faircloth 64/2513 Mack Faircloth 51/1946 Jake Saye 61/2382 Jake Saye 59/2243 Bobby Walden 38/1657 Bobby Walden 55/2219 Bobby Walden 44/1991 Jimmy Orr 41/1531 Jimmy Orr 19/779 Joe Comfort 1/45 Knox Culpepper 2/84 Zeke Bratkowski 50/2132 Zeke Bratkowski 63/2412 Zeke Bratkowski 57/2224 Pat Field 63/2495

Avg. 48.1 44.0 42.4 39.4 42.9 39.9 39.0 42.3 43.8 42.2 40.5 36.4 38.8 39.7 39.5 39.0 38.4 38.7 41.9 38.4 39.4 39.2 36.8 44.1 41.7 45.4 40.2 40.4 41.1 37.7 40.4 39.1 37.5 39.4 38.7 37.1 40.9 38.7 38.3 39.1 43.5 41.2 39.3 37.3 38.1 39.3 38.2 39.0 38.0 43.6 40.3 45.3 37.3 41.0 45.0 42.0 42.6 38.3 39.0 39.6

PUNTING YARDS - CAREER: 1. 9,003 – Gordon Ely-Kelso, 2003-06 2. 8,043 - Spike Jones, 1967-69 3. 7,684 - Jonathan Kilgo, 1999-2002 4. 7,373 - Scot Armstrong, 1990-93 5. 6,993 - Dax Langley, 1994-97 6. 6,768 - Zeke Bratkowski, 1951-53 7. 6,747 - Mike Garrett, 1977-79 8. 6,085 - Don Golden, 1971-73 9. 5,867 - Bobby Walden, 1958-60 10. 5,622 - Joey Hester, 1987-89

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ANNUAL INTERCEPTION LEADERS Player, (Pos) No. Yds TD Reshad Jones, S 4 89 0 Reshad Jones, S 5 32 0 Kelin Johnson, FS 4 53 0 Tony Taylor, MLB 7 97 1 Tim Jennings, CB 4 79 1 Tim Jennings, CB 2 0 0 Sean Jones, ROV 5 42 0 Kentrell Curry, FS 4 145 1 Jermaine Phillips, ROV 3 89 1 Tim Wansley, CB 6 148 2 Jamie Henderson, CB 5 77 1 Kirby Smart, FS 5 62 0 Kirby Smart, FS 6 0 0 Corey Johnson, FS 4 26 0 Corey Johnson, FS 3 60 0 Carlos Yancy, CB 6 154 1 Buster Owens, SS 3 23 0 Greg Tremble, CB 3 20 1 C. Clemons, LB 3 14 0 Greg Tremble, FS 3 19 0 C. Carswell, CB 3 14 0 David Hargett, SS 3 0 0 George Wynn, CB 3 30 0 Ben Smith, FS 10 54 0 Rusty Beasley, FS 3 36 0 Vince Guthrie, LB 3 64 0 Gary Moss, CB 5 42 0 Gary Moss, CB 4 67 0 Jeff Sanchez, FS 4 68 0 Andre Holmes, CB 3 2 0 Terry Hoage, ROV 12 51 0 Ronnie Harris, CB 4 60 0 Jeff Hipp, FS 8 104 0 Jeff Hipp, FS 6 17 0 Scott Woerner, CB 4 91 0 Jeff Lewis, LB 2 28 0 J. Henderson, CB 4 61 0 B. Thompson, CB 4 38 0 Steve Taylor, CB 5 55 1 Keith Harris, LB 3 -5 0 Dick Conn, S 5 25 0 Don Golden, S 4 114 1 B. Rosenberg, CB 6 73 0 Buck Swindle, DB 7 32 0 Jake Scott, S 10 175 2 Jake Scott, S 6 140 1 Terry Sellers, RH 5 59 0 L. Hughes, S-QB 6 105 0 Barry Wilson, RE 3 44 1 Ken Davis, C 2 13 0 Joseph Burson, LH 2 96 1 Bobby Green, RT 1 10 0 F. Tarkenton, QB 3 30 0 Charley Britt, QB 3 113 1 Pat Dye, LG 2 33 1 Charley Britt, QB 3 23 0 William Hearn, QB 2 37 0 W. Tarleton, LH 3 57 0 Jimmy Harper, QB 3 25 0 J. Campagna, S 3 28 0 Art Decarlo, ILB-S 3 29 0 Claude Hipps, LH 6 35 0 A. Capnara, RH 3 41 0

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INTERCEPTIONS - GAME: 1. 3 - Joe Jackura vs. Alabama, 1948 3 - Jeff Hipp vs. Georgia Tech, 1979 3 - Terry Hoage vs. Vanderbilt, 1982 3 - Tra Battle vs. Auburn, 2006 4. 2 - Jake Scott vs. Kentucky, 1968 (both for TDs, ties NCAA Record); 2 – Darryl Gamble vs. LSU, 2008 (both for TDs, tied NCAA Record for LB) INTERCEPTIONS (RETURN YARDS) SEASON: 1. 12 (51) - Terry Hoage, 1982 (SEC Record) 2. 10 (175) - Jake Scott, 1968 10 (54) - Ben Smith, 1989 4. 9 (49) - Jeff Sanchez, 1982 5. 8 (189) - Eli Maricich, 1948 8 (104) - Jeff Hipp, 1980 INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS SEASON: 1. 189 - Eli Maricich (8), 1948 2. 175 - Jake Scott (10), 1968 3. 154 - Carlos Yancy (6), 1994 154 - Tra Battle (6), 2006 5. 148 - Tim Wansley (6), 2000 INTERCEPTIONS (RETURN YARDS) CAREER: 1. 16 (315) - Jake Scott, 1967-68 2. 14 (121) - Jeff Hipp, 1979-80 14 (54) - Terry Hoage, 1981-83 4. 13 (303) - Scott Woerner, 1978-80 13 (117) - Jeff Sanchez, 1982, 1984 13 (62) - Ben Smith, 1987-89 13 (74) - Kirby Smart, 1995-98 INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS - CAREER: 1. 315 - Jake Scott (16), 1967-68 2. 303 - Scott Woerner (13), 1977-80 3. 234 - Eli Maricich (12), 1947-49 4. 210 - Lynn Hughes (10), 1964-66 5. 197- Tra Battle (8), 2003-06 LONGEST INT. RETURN - GAME: 1. 100 yards - Charley Britt vs. Florida, 1959 (Ties SEC Record) 2. 99 yards - Odell Thurman vs. Auburn, 2003 3. 98 yards - Scott Woerner vs. Clemson, 1980 4. 89 yards - Steve Hughes vs. The Citadel, 1939 5. 87 yards - Joe Burson vs. Auburn, 1962

KICK RETURNS MOST KICKOFF RETURNS - SEASON: 1. 38 - Brandon Boykin, 2009 2. 28 - Gene Washington, 1974 28 – Asher Allen, 2007 4. 27 - Lindsay Scott, 1979 5. 26 – Ramarcus Brown, 2008 MOST KICKOFF RETURNS - CAREER: 1. 71 - Gene Washington, 1973-76 2. 52 - Lindsay Scott, 1978-81 3. 47 – Asher Allen, 2006-08 4. 43 - Andre Hastings, 1990-92 5. 38 - Tyson Browning, 2002-05 KICKOFF RETURN YARDAGE - GAME: 1. 190 - Scott Woerner vs. Kentucky, 1977 (6 ret.) 2. 187 - Brandon Boykin vs. S.C, 2009 (4 ret.)

3. 159 - Andre Hastings vs. Kentucky, 1990 (3 ret.) 4. 149 – Asher Allen vs. Florida, 2007 (6 ret.) 5. 146 – Ramarcus Brown vs. Alabama, 2008 (6 ret.) KICKOFF RETURN YARDAGE - SEASON: 1. 988 - Brandon Boykin, 2009 (38 ret.) 2. 690 - Asher Allen, 2007 (28 ret.) 3. 669 - Gene Washington, 1974 (28 ret.) 4. 610 - Ramarcus Brown, 2008 (26 ret.) 5. 532 - Linday Scott, 1979 (27 ret.) KICKOFF RETURN YARDAGE - CAREER: 1. 1,637 - Gene Washington, 1973-76 (71 ret.) 2. 1,152 - Lindsay Scott, 1978-81 (52 ret.) 3. 1,110 - Asher Allen, 2006-08 (47 ret.) 4. 1,096 - Andre Hastings, 1990-92 (43 ret.) 5. 839 - Scott Woerner, 1977-80 (35 ret.) AVERAGE KICKOFF RETURN - SEASON: 1. 36.0 - Gene Washington, 1973 (8x288, inj.) 2. 34.3 - Tim Worley, 1988 3. 29.3 - Fred Lane, 1986 4. 28.1 - Andre Hastings, 1990 5. 27.8 - Arthur Marshall, 1989 27.8 - Wayne Swinford, 1962 AVERAGE KICKOFF RETURN CAREER: (Min. 20) 1. 25.6 – Ramarcus Brown, 2005-08 (818 on 32 ret.) 2. 25.5 - Andre Hastings, 1990-92 3. 25.3 - Arthur Marshall, 1988-91 4. 24.0 - Scott Woerner, 1977-80 5. 23.6 – Asher Allen, 2006-08 6. 23.5 - Fred Lane, 1984-86 7. 23.4 - Preston Ridlehuber, 1963-65 8. 23.1 - Gene Washington, 1973-76 9. 22.7 - Thomas Brown, 2004-07 10. 22.4 - Lindsay Scott, 1978-81 LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN: 1. 100 - Brandon Boykin vs. South Carolina, 2009; vs. Tennessee, 2009 3. 99 - Lindsay Scott vs. LSU, 1978 99 - Thomas Brown vs. Tennessee, 2006 5. 96 - Lamar Davis vs. Tulane, 1940 96 - Jimmy Campagna vs. Auburn, 1952 96 - Gene Washington vs. Clemson, 1973 KICKOFF RETURN TOUCHDOWNS - GAME 1. 1 - Several players, Last by Brandon Boykin vs. Texas A&M, 2009 KICKOFF RETURN TOUCHDOWNS - SEASON 1. 3 - Brandon Boykin, 2009 2. 2 - Gene Washington, 1973 3. 1 - several players KICKOFF RETURN TOUCHDOWNS - CAREER 1. 3 - Brandon Boykin 20082. 2 - Gene Washington, 1973-76 3. 1 - several players


RECORD BOOK ANNUAL KICKOFF RETURN LEADERS Year Player No./Yds TD Avg. 2009 Brandon Boykin 38/988 3 26.0 2008 Ramarcus Brown 26/610 0 23.5 2007 Asher Allen 28/690 0 24.6 2006 Asher Allen 19/420 0 22.1 2005 Tyson Browning 12/282 0 23.5 2004 Tyson Brownin 17/267 0 15.7 2003 Tyson Browning 9/143 0 15.9 2002 Fred Gibson 19/460 1 24.2 2001 Fred Gibson 14/375 0 26.8 2000 Bruce Thornton 22/404 0 18.4 1999 Patrick Pass 10/217 0 21.7 1998 Champ Bailey 12/261 0 21.8 1997 Champ Bailey 11/250 0 22.7 1996 Hines Ward 13/234 0 18.0 1995 Kirby Smart 15/332 0 22.1 1994 Hines Ward 18/353 0 19.6 1993 Jerry Jerman 18/398 0 22.1 1992 Andre Hastings 14/294 0 21.0 1991 Andre Hastings 14/380 0 27.1 1990 Chad Wilson 21/449 0 21.4 1989 A. Marshall 16/445 0 27.8 1988 Tim Worley 9/309 1 34.3 1987 C. Osborn 14/338 0 24.1 1986 Fred Lane 9/264 0 29.3 1985 Tron Jackson 8/237 0 29.6 1984 Fred Lane 9/173 0 20.3 1983 Gary Moss 8/184 0 23.0 1982 Carnie Norris 9/200 0 22.2 1981 H. Walker 6/ 92 0 15.3 1980 Scott Woerner 9/232 0 25.8 1979 Lindsay Scott 27/532 0 19.7 1978 Lindsay Scott 20/529 1 26.5 1977 Scott Woerner 22/546 0 24.8 1976 G. Washington 15/257 0 17.1 1975 G. Washington 20/423 0 21.2 1974 G. Washington 28/669 0 23.9 1973 G. Washington 8/288 2 36.0 1972 Dennis Whitt 15/351 0 20.6 1971 Jimmy Poulos 7/133 0 19.0 1970 J. Montgomery 13/308 0 23.7 1969 Julian Smiley 16/383 0 23.9 1968 Jake Scott 11/254 0 23.1 1967 Kent Lawrence 12/243 0 20.2 1966 Kent Lawrence 13/325 1 25.0 20/468 0 23.4 1965 P. Ridlehuber 1964 W. Swinford 16/367 0 22.9 1963 Bob Taylor 8/166 0 20.8 1962 Don Porterfield 11/266 0 24.2 1961 C. Guthrie 12/235 0 19.6 1960 Fred Brown 10/188 0 18.8 1959 Bobby Walden 7/188 0 26.9 1958 Fred Brown 7/144 0 20.6 1957 Jimmy Orr 5/108 0 21.6 1956 George Whitton 6/156 0 26.0 1955 Jimmy Orr 6/136 0 22.7 1954 Bobby Garrard 4/71 0 17.8 1953 J. Campagna 11/160 0 14.5 1952 J. Campagna 9/261 1 29.0 1951 Zippy Morocco 12/206 0 17.2 1950 Zippy Morocco 7/143 0 20.4 MOST PUNT RETURNS - GAME: 1. 7 - Ken McCall vs. Georgia Tech, 1948 (75 yards) 7 - Ken McCall vs. Alabama, 1948 (58 yards) 7 - Scott Woerner vs. TCU, 1980 (89 yds) 7 - Andre Hastings vs. South Carolina, 1992 (52 yards)

MOST PUNT RETURNS - SEASON: 1. 36 - Lamar Davis, 1946 2. 35 - Jake Scott, 1968 35 - Andre Hastings, 1992 4. 34 - Damien Gary, 2002 34 - Buzy Rosenberg, 1971 34 - Wayne Swinford, 1964 MOST PUNT RETURNS - CAREER: 1. 114 - Damien Gary, 2000-03 2. 89 - Jimmy Harrell, 1981-84 3. 88 - Buzy Rosenberg, 1970-72 88 - Scott Woerner, 1977-80 88 - Chuck Carswell, 1988, 90-91 6. 81 - Chris McCranie, 1993-96 7. 55 – Thomas Flowers, 2004-07 8. 54 - Ken McCall, 1948-49 9. 50 - Damien Gary, 2000-03 10. 48 - Jake Scott, 1967-68 PUNT RETURN YARDS - GAME: 1. 202 - Buzy Rosenberg vs. Oregon State, 1971 (5 returns) PUNT RETURN YARDS - SEASON: 1. 488 - Scott Woerner, 1980 2. 464 - Lamar Davis, 1941 3. 458 - Damien Gary, 2002 4. 440 - Jake Scott, 1968 5. 438 – Thomas Flowers, 2005 6. 436 - Buzy Rosenberg, 1971 7. 388 - Chuck Carswell, 1988 8. 367- Mikey Henderson, 2006 9. 349 - Ken McCall, 1948 10. 345 - Chuck Carswell, 1991 PUNT RETURN YARDS - CAREER: 1. 1,253 - Damien Gary, 2000-03 2. 1,077 - Scott Woerner, 1977-80 3. 1,014 - Chuck Carswell, 1988-90-91 4. 946 - Buzy Rosenberg, 1970-72 5. 821 – Thomas Flowers, 2004-07 6. 787 - Jimmy Harrell, 1981-84 7. 718 - Chris McCranie, 1993-96 8. 586 - Jake Scott, 1967-68 9. 581 – Mikey Henderson, 2004-07 10. 549 - Ken McCall, 1948-49 AVERAGE PUNT RETURN - GAME: 1. 40.4 - Buzy Rosenberg vs. Oregon State, 1971 (5 returns for 202 including 2 TDs) AVERAGE PUNT RETURN - SEASON: (Min. 10 Ret. or 100 yards) 1. 29.33 - J.B. Davis, 1956 (6/176 yards) 2. 21.88 - Preston Ridlehuber, 1965 3. 21.55 - Jimmy Campagna, 1952 4. 21.22 - Billy Jackson, 1960 21.22 - Prince Miller, 2008 AVERAGE PUNT RETURN - SEASON: (Min. 15 Ret.) 1. 15.7 -- Scott Woerner, 1980 (31/488 yards) 2. 15.1 -- Thomas Flowers, 2004 3. 14.7-- Mikey Henderson, 2006 4. 14.4 -- Zippy Morocco, 1950 5. 14.1 -- Zippy Morocco, 1951

Year 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950

ANNUAL PUNT RETURN LEADERS Player No./Yds TD Prince Miller 19/226 0 Prince Miller 9/191 1 Mikey Henderson 19/214 0 Mikey Henderson 25/367 2 Thomas Flowers 32/438 1 Thomas Flowers 16/242 0 Damien Gary 30/281 0 Damien Gary 34/458 1 Damien Gary 23/288 1 Damien Gary 27/226 0 Patrick Pass 15/136 0 Michael Greer 14/123 0 Michael Greer 19/166 0 Chris McCranie 20/73 0 Chris McCranie 25/263 0 Chris McCranie 20/180 0 Chris McCranie 14/202 1 Andre Hastings 35/298 0 Chuck Carswell 33/345 1 Chuck Carswell 24/281 1 Arthur Marshall 25/173 0 Chuck Carswell 31/388 0 Nate Lewis 14/195 1 Fred Lane 18/103 0 John Little 21/169 0 Jimmy Harrell 26/247 1 Jimmy Harrell 20/158 0 Jimmy Harrell 30/285 0 Jimmy Harrell 13/97 0 Scott Woerner 31/488 1 Scott Woerner 22/200 0 Scott Woerner 23/277 1 Scott Woerner 12/112 0 Mark Mitchell 20/233 0 Mark Mitchell 5/63 0 Glynn Harrison 19/110 0 Glynn Harrison 23/256 0 Buzy Rosenberg 28/205 0 Buzy Rosenberg 34/436 2 Buzy Rosenberg 26/305 2 Buck Swindle 30/267 0 Jake Scott 35/440 1 Terry Sellers 15/203 1 1 Kent Lawrence 14/209 P. Ridlehuber 8/175 1 Wayne Swinford 34/343 0 B. Woodward 9/79 0 B. Woodward 13/83 0 B. Woodward 15/70 0 Billy Jackson 9/191 0 Charley Britt 18/208 1 Charley Britt 9/110 0 D. Soberdash 7/38 0 Jefferson Davis 6/176 2 W. Tarleton 7/62 0 John Bell 8/37 0 Bobby Garrard 7/118 0 J. Campagna 9/194 2 Zippy Morocco 20/281 0 Zippy Morocco 17/244 1

Avg. 11.9 21.2 11.3 14.7 13.7 15.1 9.4 13.5 12.5 8.4 9.1 8.8 8.7 3.7 10.5 8.2 14.4 8.5 10.5 11.7 6.9 12.5 13.9 5.7 8.0 9.5 7.9 9.5 7.5 15.7 9.1 12.0 9.3 11.7 12.6 5.7 11.1 7.3 12.8 11.7 8.9 12.6 13.5 14.9 21.9 10.1 8.8 6.4 4.7 21.2 11.5 12.2 5.4 29.3 8.8 4.6 16.9 21.6 14.1 14.4

AVERAGE PUNT RETURN - CAREER: (Min. 25) 1. 14.9 – Thomas Flowers, 2004-07 (821/55) 14.9 - Prince Miller, 2006-09 (417/28) 3. 14.2 - Zippy Morocco, 1949-51 4. 13.3 - Kent Lawrence, 1966-68 5. 13.2 - Mikey Henderson, 2004-07

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RECORD BOOK LONG PUNT RETURN - GAME: 1. 100 - Jimmy Campagna vs. Vanderbilt, 1952 (Ties SEC Record) 2. 92 – Prince Miller vs. Alabama, 2008 PUNT RETURN TOUCHDOWNS GAME: 1. 2 - Buzy Rosenberg vs. Oregon State, 1971 (Tied NCAA, SEC Record) PUNT RETURN TOUCHDOWNS - SEASON: 1. 2 - Jim Campagna, 1952 2 - Jefferson Davis, 1956 2 - Buzy Rosenberg, 1970, 1971 2 – Mikey Henderson, 2006 PUNT RETURN TOUCHDOWNS CAREER: 1. 4 - Buzy Rosenberg, 1970-72 2. 2 - several players

SPECIAL TEAMS

BLOCKED KICKS SINCE 1985 MOST KICKS BLOCKED: GAME 1. 2 (1 FG, 1 Punt) vs. Tennessee, 2002 2 (1 FG, 1 PAT) vs. LSU(2), 2003 2 (1 FG, 1 Punt) vs. Texas A&M, 2009 MOST KICKS BLOCKED: SEASON 1. 9 (4 FGs, 5 Punts), 2002 2. 7 (3 FGs, 4 Punts), 1999 7 (4 FGs, 2 Punts, 1 PAT), 2003 MOST FIELD GOALS BLOCKED: SEASON 1. 4, 2002; 2003 3. 3, 1999 MOST PUNTS BLOCKED: SEASON 1. 5, 2002 2. 3, 1999 3. 2, several times BLOCKED PUNTS: SEASON 1. 3 - Kendrell Bell, 1999 2. 2 - several players, Last by Zach Renner, 2008 BLOCKED PUNTS: CAREER 1. 3 - Corrie Collier, 2000-2001 3 - Kendrell Bell, 1999-2000 3 - David Pollack, 2001-2004 3 - Zach Renner, 2008-09 BLOCKED FIELD GOALS: SEASON 1. 3 - Boss Bailey, 2002 3 - Sean Jones, 2003 3. 2 - several players, Last by Kendrell Bell, 1999 BLOCKED FIELD GOALS: CAREER 1. 3 - Boss Bailey, 1998-99, 2001-02 3 - Sean Jones, 2001-03 3. 2 - several players, Last by Kendrell Bell, 1999-2000 BLOCKED PUNTS BY THE BULLDOGS SINCE 1985 (FINAL) Terrie Webster vs. Alabama, Sept. 2, 1985 (Alabama 20-16) Robert Edwards vs. Kentucky, Oct. 22, 1994 (UGA 34-30) Trey Sipe vs. New Mexico State, Sept. 16, 1995 (UGA 40-13) Glenn Ford vs. Vanderbilt, Oct. 17, 1998 (UGA 31-6)

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Larry Mann vs. Virginia in the Peach Bowl, Dec. 31, 1998 (UGA 35-33) Kendrell Bell vs. South Carolina, Sept. 11, 1999 (UGA 24-9) Charles Grant vs. LSU, Oct. 2, 1999 (UGA 23-22) Kendrell Bell vs. Kentucky, Oct. 23, 1999 (UGA 49-34) Kendrell Bell vs. Ole Miss, Nov. 20, 1999 (UGA 20-17) Corrie Collier vs. Tennessee, Oct 7, 2000 (UGA 21-10) Corrie Collier vs. Auburn, Nov. 11, 2000 (AU 29-26 OT) Corrie Collier vs. Ga. Tech, Nov. 24, 2001 (UGA 31-17) Sean Jones vs. NW State, Sept. 21, 2002 (UGA 45-7) Thomas Davis vs. New Mexico St., Sept. 28, 2002 (UGA 41-10) Reggie Brown vs. Tennessee, Oct. 12, 2002 (UGA 18-13) David Pollack vs. Vanderbilt, Oct. 19, 2002 (UGA 48-17) Decory Bryant vs. Arkansas, Dec. 7, 2002 in SEC Championship Game (UGA 30-3) Jarrett Berry vs. Alabama, Oct. 4, 2003 (UGA 37-23) Bryan McClendon vs. Georgia Tech, Nov. 29, 2003 (UGA 34-17) David Pollack vs. Ga. Southern, Sept. 4, 2004 (UGA 48-26) David Pollack vs. Auburn, Nov. 13, 2004 (AU 24-6) Tyson Browning vs. Vanderbilt, Oct. 15, 2005 (UGA 34-17) Bryan McClendon vs. LSU, Dec. 3, 2005 SEC Championship Game (UGA 34-14) Prince Miller vs. UAB, Sept. 16, 2006 (UGA 34-0) Kelin Johnson vs. Kentucky, Nov. 17, 2007 (UGA 24-13) Zach Renner vs. Arizona State, Sept. 20, 2008 (UGA 27-10) Zach Renner vs. Alabama, Sept. 27, 2008 (UA 41-30) Zach Renner vs. Tennessee, Oct. 10, 2009 (UT 45-19) Bacarri Rambo vs. Texas A&M, Dec. 28, 2009 (UGA 44-20) BLOCKED FIELD GOALS BY THE BULLDOGS...SINCE 1990 (FINAL) *Bernard Williams vs. Vanderbilt, Oct. 20,1990, (UGA 39-28) Bernard Williams vs. Ole Miss, Oct. 12, 1991 (UGA 37-17) Jeff Harris vs. Utah State, Sept. 4, 1999 (UGA 38-7) Kendrell Bell vs. Central Florida, Sept. 25, 1999 (UGA 24-23) Kendrell Bell vs. Ga. Tech, Nov. 27, 1999 (GT 51-48 OT) Jamie Henderson vs. Vandy, Oct. 14, 2000 (UGA 29-19) David Pollack vs. Alabama, Oct. 5, 2002 (UGA 27-25) Boss Bailey vs. Tennessee, Oct. 12, 2002 (UGA 18-13) Boss Bailey vs. Ole Miss, Nov. 9, 2002 (UGA 31-17) Boss Bailey vs. Ga. Tech, Nov. 30 (UGA 51-7) Sean Jones vs. LSU, Sept. 20, 2003 (LSU

17-10) Sean Jones vs. Vanderbilt, Oct. 18, 2003 (UGA 27-8) Thomas Davis vs. Kentucky, Nov. 22, 2003 (UGA 30-10) Sean Jones vs. LSU, Dec. 6, 2003 in the SEC Championship Game (LSU 34-13) A.J. Green vs. Arizona State, Sept. 26, 2009 (UGA 20-17) Geno Atkins vs. Texas A&M, Dec. 28, 2009 (UGA 44-20) * Bernard Williams also had three Block PATs in 1990 and one in 1991.

TOTAL KICK RETURNS MOST RETURNS - SEASON: 1. 50 - Wayne Swinford (34 PR, 16 KOR), 1964 2. 49 - Andre Hastings (35 PR, 14 KOR), 1992 3. 46 - Jake Scott (35 PR, 11 KOR), 1968 4. 41 - Arthur Marshall (25 PR, 16 KOR), 1989 5. 40 - Scott Woerner (31 PR, 9 KOR), 1980 MOST RETURNS - CAREER: 1. 123 - Scott Woerner (88 PR, 35 KOR), 1977-80 2. 122 - Damien Gary (114 PR, 8 KOR), 2000-03 3. 97 - Buzy Rosenbert (99 PR, 9 KOR), 1970-72 4. 96 - Chris McCranie (81 PR, 15 KOR), 1993-96 5. 96 - Chuck Carswell (88 PR, 8 KOR), 1988, 90-91 MOST RETURN YARDS - GAME: 1. 202 - Buzy Rosenberg (5/202 PR), 1972 MOST RETURN YARDS - SEASON: 1. 988 Brandon Boykin (0 PR, 38/988 KOR), 2009 2. 720 - Scott Woerner (31/488 PR, 9/232 KOR), 1989 3. 710 - Wayne Swinford (34/343 PR, 16/ 367 KOR), 1964 4. 694 - Jake Scott (35/440 PR, 11/254 KOR), 1968 5. 691 - Asher Allen (1/1 PR, 28/690 KOR), 2007 MOST RETURN YARDS - CAREER: 1. 1,916 - Scott Woerner (88/1,077 PR, 35/ 839 KOR), 1977-80 2. 1,637 - Gene Washington (71/1,637 PR, 0/0 KOR), 1973-76 3. 1,396 - Damien Gary (114/1253 PR, 8/ 143 KOR), 2000-03 4. 1,256 – Asher Allen (10.146 PR, 47.1,110 KOR), 2006-08 5. 1,212 - Chuck Carswell (88/1,014 PR, 8/198 KOR), 1988, 90-91 RETURN TOUCHDOWNS - SEASON: 1. 3 Jim Campagna, 1952 (2 PR, 1 KOR) 3 Brandon Boykin, 2009 (3 KOR)


RECORD BOOK Individual Career Stats CHAMP BAILEY - Defensive Stats Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks 1996 11/2 35 12 47 0 1997 11/11 39 9 48 0 1998 11/11 30 22 52 0 Totals 33/24 104 43 147 0 Rushing/Receiving Totals Year G/GS Att. Yards Avg. TD LG 1997 11/11 5 15 3.0 0 11 1998 11/11 16 84 5.3 0 20 Totals 22/22 21 99 4.7 0 20 BILLY BENNETT, PK Year PAT FG 2000 24x26 13x14 2001 34x34 17x25 2002 52x52 26x33 2003 38x39 31x38 Totals 148x151 87x110 MIKE BOBO, QB Year G/GS Att. 1994 4/0 27 1995 4/4 89 1996 11/10 344 1997 11/11 306 TOTAL 30/25 766

LG 49 55 47 52 55

TP 63 85 130 131 409

Comp. 17 54 175 199 445

Pct. .630 .607 .509 .650 .581

TL 1/1 4/8 4/7 9/16 Rec. 12 47 59

CF RF Int. PBU 0 1 2 7 0 0 3 10 0 1 3 10 0 2 8 27

Yards 234 744 978

Avg. 19.5 15.8 16.6

TD 0 5 5

LG 47 51 51

KEVIN BUTLER, PK Year PAT FG LG TP 1981 37x38 19x26 52 94 1982 34x36 17x21 59 85 1983 28x28 18x23 53 82 1984 23x23 23x28 60 92 Totals 122x125 77x98 60 353 Yards Int. TD 325 0 1 818 2 5 2440 16 13 2751 8 19 6334 26 38

LG 50 (2) 54 83 OM 72 NLU 83 OM

TERRENCE EDWARDS, FLK - Receiving Year G/GS Rec. Yards Per/Rec. Per/Gm TD 1999 11/11 53 772 14.6 70.2 9 2000 11/9 53 704 13.3 64.0 4 2001 11/12 39 613 15.7 55.7 6 2002 13/11 59 1004 17.0 77.2 11 Totals 46/43 204 3093 15.2 67.2 30

Long 53 USU 67 VU 56 AU 65 VU 67 VU

DAVID GREENE, QB - Passing Year G/GS Att Cmp Pct. 2001 11/11 324 192 .593 2002 14/14 379 218 .575 2003 14/14 438 264 .603 2004 12/12 299 175 .585 Total 51/51 1440 849 .590

Yds 2789 2924 3307 2508 11528

INT TD 9 17 8 22 11 13 4 20 32 72

LG 68 UK 65 VU 93 LSU1 79 ARK 93 LSU1

RODNEY HAMPTON, TB - Rushing Avg Avg. Year G Att. Yds. Att Gm TD LC 1987 11 126 890 7.1 80.9 450 KY 1988 10 128 719 5.6 71.9 656 UT 1989 10 218 1059 4.9 105.9 1236 GT Totals 31 472 2668 5.7 86.1 2256 UT Receiving Year G No. Yds. Avg. Rec Avg.Gm TD LG 1987 11 10 133 13.3 12.1 2 36 OS 1988 10 10 86 8.6 8.6 1 13 WM 1989 10 26 219 8.4 21.9 0 29 FL Totals 31 46 438 9.5 14.1 3 36 OS Kick off Returns Year G No. Yds. Avg/Ret TD LG 1987 11 15 316 21.1 0 52 OS 1988 10 5 160 32.0 0 66 TC Totals 21 20 476 23.8 0 66 TC GARRISON HEARST, TB - Rushing Year G/GS Att. Yards Per/Att Per/Gm 1990 11/6 162 717 4.4 65.2 1991 11/7 153 968 6.3 88.0 1992 11/11 228 1547 6.8 140.6 Totals 33/24 543 3232 6.0 97.9

TD 5 9 19 33

LG 50UM 69GT 75GSU 75GSU

Receiving Year G/GS 1990 11/6 1991 11/7 1992 11/11 Totals 33/24

Rec. Yards Per/Rec Per/Gm TD 7 45 6.4 4.1 0 16 177 11.1 16.1 0 22 324 14.7 29.5 2 45 546 12.1 16.5 2

TERRY HOAGE - Defense Year Solo Asst. Total 1980 0 1 1 1981 32 22 54 1982 60 41 101 1983 45 22 67 Totals 137 86 223

Sacks 0 2 3 5 10

LG 6LSU 24FLA 64AU 64AU

Int. 0 0 12 2 14

DAVID POLLACK, DE - Defensive Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TL Int. 2001 10/4 18 19 37 2/12 4/21 0 2002 14/14 58 44 102 14/99 23.5/128 2 2003 14/14 47 45 92 7.5/54 13.5/67 2 2004 12/12 35 17 52 12.5/91 17.5/98 0 Totals 50/44 158 125 283 36/256 58/314 4

CF 1 2 1 3 7

RICHARD SEYMOUR, DT - Defensive Year G/GS Solo Asst. Totals Sacks TL CF 1997 9/0 1 1 2 0 0 0 1998 11/4 32 37 69 4/38 5/11 1 1999 11/11 38 36 74 4/22 10/31 0 2000 10/10 35 43 78 1.5/6.5 10.5/25.5 0 Totals 41/25 106 117 223 9.5/66.5 25.5/67.5 1

RF PBU Int.QBP 0 1 0 4 1 3 0 14 0 0 1 7 0 0 0 13 1 4 1 14

LARS TATE, TB - Rushing Year G Att. Yds. Avg/Att. 1984 11 114 421 3.7 1985 10 105 626 6.0 1986 11 188 954 5.1 1987 10 208 1016 4.9 Totals 42 615 3017 4.9

TD LG 3 3 16 14 36

Avg/Gm 42.1 62.6 86.7 101.6 71.8

RF PBUQBP 0 0 9 1 7 35 0 9 32 2 2 41 3 18 117

36 40 39 44 44

HINES WARD - All Returns

Rushing Receiving Passing Returns Year Att./Yds./TD Rec./Yds./TD Att./Comp./Int./Yds./TD Ret./Yds./TD 1994 77-423-3 19-101-1 0-0-0-0-0 18-353-0 1995 70-247-2 18-249-0 112-68-3-872-2 0-0-0 1996 26/170-0 52-900-5 3-1-0-19-1 18-281-0 1997 30-223-0 55-715-6 5-2-0-27-0 12-208-0 Totals 203-1063-5 144-1965-12 120-71-3-918-3 48-842-0 *Total All Purpose Yards — 4,788 (1,063 rush, 1,965 rec., 918 pass., 842 ret.)

SCOTT WOERNER, CB, Defensive Year Solo Asst. Total 1977 0 0 0 1978 37 29 66 1979 28 6 34 1980 32 15 47 Totals 97 50 147 Punt Returns Year No. Yds. Avg. 1977 12 112 9.3 1978 23 277 12.0 1979 22 200 9.1 1980 31 488 15.7 Totals 88 1077 12.2 ERIC ZEIER, QB - Passing Year G/GS Att. Comp. Pct. 1991 11/6 286 159 .556 1992 11/11 258 151 .585 1993 11/11 425 269 .633 1994 11/11 433 259 .598 Totals 44/39 1402 838

Yards 1984 2248 3,525 3,396 11,153

Sacks 0 0 0 0 0

Int. 0 4 4 5 13

TD 0 1 0 1 2

LG 38 72 45 67 72

Int. 4 12 7 14 37

TD 7 12 24 24 67

LG 62AU 64AU 80(2) 79AU 80 (2)

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RECORD BOOK Individual Defensive Records

CAREER

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. T18 T18 20. 21.

Total Tackles Ben Zambiasi (1974-77) ........... 467 Greg Bright (1994-97)................ 453 Tommy Thurson (1980-83) ....... 448 John Brantley (1984-87) ........... 415 Nate Taylor (1979-82) ............... 390 Knox Culpepper (1981-84) ....... 383 John Little (1983-86) ................. 381 Randall Godfrey (1992-95) ........ 365 Bill Goldberg (1986-89) ............ 348 Tony Gilbert (1999-2002) .......... 328 Jim Griffith (1974-77) ............... 325 Mo Lewis (1987-90) ................. 314 Orantes Grant (1996-99) ............ 312 Terrie Webster (1985-88) .......... 311 Corey Johnson (1993-96) ........... 306 Rennie Curran (2007-09) ........... 298 David Pollack (2001-04) ............ 283 Thomas Davis (2002-04)............ 280 Tony Taylor (2002-03, ‘05-06)....280 Whit Marshall (1992-95)............ 279 Boss Bailey (1998-2002)............ 266

Primary Tackles Greg Bright (1994-97)................ 290 Ben Zambiasi (1974-77) ........... 246 Randall Godfrey (1992-95) ........ 231 John Little (1983-86) ................. 216 Jim Griffith (1974-77) ............... 208 John Brantley (1984-87) ........... 193 Orantes Grant (1996-99) ............ 190 Greg Blue (2002-05) .................. 188 Nate Taylor (1979-82) ............... 187 Thomas Davis (2002-04)............ 185 Rennie Curran (2006-09) ........... 173 Tony Taylor (2002-03, ‘05-06)... 173 Bill Goldberg (1986-89) ............ 170 Whit Marshall (1992-95)............ 170 15. Ronnie Swoopes (1975-77) ....... 169 16. Mo Lewis (1987-90) .................. 169 17. Corey Johnson (1993-96) ........... 166 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. T11. T11. 14.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

Tackle Assists Tommy Thurson (1980-83) ....... 290 Knox Culpepper (1981-84) ....... 258 John Brantley (1984-87) ........... 222 Ben Zambiasi (1974-77) ........... 221 Nate Taylor (1979-82) ............... 203 Bill Goldberg (1986-89) ............ 178 Bill Mitchell (1982-85) ............. 171 John Little (1983-86) ................. 165 Terrie Webster (1985-88) .......... 164 Greg Bright (1994-97)................ 163 John Brantley (1984-86) ........... 146 Mo Lewis (1987-90) ................ 145 Knox Culpepper (1981-83) ...... 142

Quarterback Sacks David Pollack (2001-04) .............. 36 Richard Tardits (1985-88) ........... 29 Jimmy Payne (1978-82) .............. 28 Mitch Davis (1990-93) .............. 27.5 Freddie Gilbert (1980-83) ........... 26 Quentin Moses (2003-06) ........... 25 Josh Mallard (1998-2001) ............ 18 Greg Waters (1984-85) ................ 16 Charles Grant (1999-2001) .......... 15 Will Thompson (2001-02,04-05)..........14.5 Charles Johnson (2004-06) ....... 14.5 12. Mo Lewis (1987-90) ..................... 14 13. Bill Krug (1975-77) ..................... 13 Phillip Daniels (1992-95) ............. 13 15. Bill Goldberg (1986-89) .............. 12 Marcus Howard (2004-07) ........... 12 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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SINGLE SEASON

1. 2. 3. 4. 7. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 16.

Total Tackles Knox Culpepper (1984) ............. 170 Knox Culpepper (1983) ............. 166 Ben Zambiasi (1977) ................. 165 Ricky McBride (1978) .............. 160 John Brantley (1986) ................. 160 John Brantley (1987) ................. 154 Keith Harris (1974) ................... 148 Ben Zambiasi (1975) ................. 148 Bill Mitchell (1985) ................... 145 Ben Zambiasi (1976) ................. 144 Greg Bright (1996) ..................... 143 Thomas Davis (2003) .................. 138 Danny Jones (1973) ................... 135 Tommy Thurson (1983) ............ 135 Terrie Webster (1987) ................ 135 Sylvester Boler (1973) .............. 134 Tommy Thurson (1982) ............ 134

Primary Tackles 1. Ben Zambiasi (1977) ................... 96 2. Keith Harris (1974) ..................... 94 3. Ronnie Swoopes (1977) .............. 92 4. Thomas Davis (2003) ................... 89 5. Greg Bright (1997) .................... ..88 6. Greg Bright (1996) ....................... 87 7. Jim Griffith (1975) ...................... 84 8. Sylvester Boler (1974) ................ 81 9. Nate Taylor (1979) ...................... 80 10. Orantes Grant (1998) ................... 80 11. John Brantley (1986) .................... 79 12. Danny Jones (1973) ..................... 78 John Brantley (1987) ................... 78 14. Whit Marshall (1995) ................... 76 Tony Gilbert (2002)...................... 76 Sean Jones (2003) ........................ 76 17. Ben Zambiasi (1975) ................... 73 Bill Krug (1977) .......................... 73 Tackle Assists Knox Culpepper (1984) ............. 116 Knox Culpepper (1983) ............. 105 Tommy Thurson (1982) ............. 97 Ricky McBride (1978) ............... 88 Tommy Thurson (1981) ............. 86 Bill Mitchell (1985) .................... 86 7. Tommy Thurson (1983) ............. 84 8. John Brantley (1986) .................. 81 9. John Brantley (1987) .................. 76 10. Ben Zambiasi (1975) .................. 75 11. Ben Zambiasi (1976) .................. 72 Terrie Webster (1987) ................. 72 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Quarterback Sacks David Pollack (2002) ................... 14 Mitch Davis (1993) ...................... 13 David Pollack (2004) ................ 12.5 Jimmy Payne (1981) ................... 12 Richard Tardits (1988) ................ 12 6. Quentin Moses (2005) ............... 11.5 7. Freddie Gilbert (1983) ................. 11 Greg Waters (1985) ..................... 11 9. Marcus Howard (2007) ............. 10.5 10. Richard Tardits (1987) ................ 10 Morris Lewis (1989) ................... 10 12. Charles Johnson (2006).................. 9.5 13. Bill Krug (1976) ........................... 9 Jason Ferguson (1996) ................... 9 1. 2. 3. 4.

Annual Sack Leaders

Year 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

(Records begin in 1979) Sacks Bulldog 4 Gordon Terry, DE 7 Jimmy Payne, DT 12 Jimmy Payne, DT 7 Freddie Gilbert, DE 11 Freddie Gilbert, DE 6 Kenny Sims, DG 11 Greg Waters, DE 6 Richard Tardits, DE 10 Richard Tardits, DE 12 Richard Tardits, LB 10 Mo Lewis, OLB 3 Mo Lewis, OLB 3 Eric Coney, OLB 4 Dwayne Simmons, ILB 4 Curt Douglas, DT, 4 Damon Ward, OLB 4 Mitch Davis, OLB 8.5 Mitch Davis, OLB 13 Mitch Davis, OLB 5 Phillip Daniels, OLB 5 Frank Watts, DT 4 Phillip Daniels, BT 7.5 Rahmon Cooper, BT 3 Greg Bright, ILB 3 Derrick Byrd, BT 6 Josh Mallard, NG 7 Charles Grant, DE 3 Josh Mallard, DE 6 Charles Grant, DE 14 David Pollack, DE 7.5 David Pollack, DE 12.5 David Pollack, DE 11.5 Quentin Moses, DE 9.5 Charles Johnson, DE 10.5 Marcus Howard, DE 3 R. Curran, LB 3 J. Wynn, DE; C. Irvin, OT 7.5 Justin Houston, DE

SINGLE GAME

1. 2. 4.

Total Tackles Knox Culpepper vs. Ga. Tech (1983), 26 Knox Culpepper vs. Aub. (1983), 25 John Little vs. Ga. Tech (1984). 25 Steve Kelly vs. Auburn (1981). 24

Sacks 1983 Freddie Gilbert vs. Temple 1981 Freddie Gilbert vs. Florida 1988 Richard Tardits vs. TCU 1989 Mo Lewis vs. Ole Miss 2001 Charles Grant vs. Auburn 3.5 1998 Josh Mallard vs. Kentucky 3 1981 Stan Dooley vs. California 1984 Greg Waters vs. Southern Miss. 1985 Greg Waters vs. Baylor, Kentucky and Ole Miss 1986 Richard Tardits vs. Kentucky 1987 Richard Tardits vs. Florida 1989 Norman Cowins vs. S. C. 1993 Mitch Davis vs. Texas Tech 1995 Kirby Smart vs. S. Carolina 1996 Rahmon Cooper vs. Ga Tech 1999 Kendrell Bell vs. Kentucky 1999 Charles Grant vs. Kentucky, Aub. 2003 David Pollack vs. Purdue 2004 Quentin Moses vs. Georgia Tech 2004 David Pollack vs. Wisconsin 2007 Geno Atkins vs Ga. Tech 2007 Marcus Howard vs Hawaii 5 4

Annual Tackle Leaders 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

(Records begin in 1976) Ben Zambiasi, LB Ben Zambiasi, LB Ricky McBride, LB Nate Taylor, LB Nate Taylor, LB Tommy Thurson, LB Tommy Thurson, LB Knox Culpepper, LB Knox Culpepper, LB Bill Mitchell, LB John Brantley, LB John Brantley, LB Terrie Webster, LB Bill Goldberg, DT Mo Lewis, LB Dwayne Simmons, LB Randall Godfrey, LB Randall Godfrey, LB Corey Johnson, FS Whit Marshall, LB Greg Bright, LB Greg Bright, LB Orantes Grant, LB Richard Seymour, DT Tony Gilbert, LB Tony Gilbert, MLB Boss Bailey, SLB Tony Gilbert, MLB Thomas Davis, FS Thomas Davis, FS Greg Blue, FS Tony Taylor, LB Dannell Ellerbe, LB Rennie Curran, LB Rennie Curran, LB

144 173 160 120 112 132 134 166 170 138 154 154 128 121 119 143 114 114 118 128 143 128 120 74 96 99 114 114 130 81 96 96 93 115 130

Ben Zambiasi (1974-1977)

Knox Culpepper (1981-84)


TEAM RECORDS RUSHING

MOST RUSHES - GAME: 1. 89 vs. Kentucky, 1967 (SEC Record) 2. 81 vs. South Carolina, 1969 3. 79 vs. Florida, 1976 4. 78 vs. Georgia Tech, 1975; Florida, 1982 MOST RUSHES - SEASON: 1. 693 in 1976 2. 691 in 1971 3. 680 in 1975 4. 656 in 1981 5. 647 in 1982 MOST YARDS RUSHING - GAME: 1. 502 vs. South Carolina, 1974 2. 470 vs. Auburn, 1976 3. 454 vs. Vanderbilt, 1987 4. 432 vs. Florida, 1976 5. 431 vs. Georgia Tech, 1975 MOST YARDS RUSHING - SEASON: 1. 3,337 in 1971 2. 3,267 in 1975 3. 3,249 in 1985 4. 3,102 in 1981 5. 3,075 in 1976 AVERAGE YARDS RUSHING PER GAME - SEASON: 1. 303.4 in 1971 2. 297.0 in 1975 3. 295.3 in 1985 4. 282.0 in 1981 5. 279.5 in 1976 AVERAGE YARDS RUSHING PER PLAY - SEASON: 1. 5.64 - 1992 (459 for 2,584) 2. 5.56 - 1985 (584 for 3,249) MOST TOUCHDOWNS RUSHING SEASON: 1. 39 in 1971 2. 32 in 2007 3. 30 in 1985 4. 29 in 1981; 1988

PASSING

MOST PASSES ATTEMPTED - GAME: 1. 65 vs. Florida, 1993 2. 63 vs. Ga. Tech, 2000 3. 56 vs. Ga., 1999 4. 54 vs. Vanderbilt, 1994 5. 53 vs. Auburn, 1993 MOST PASSES ATTEMPTED - SEASON: 1. 462 in 1994 2. 461 in 2003 3. 445 in 2002 4. 432 in 1993 5. 400 in 2008 MOST PASSES COMPLETED - GAME: 1. 37 vs. Ga. Tech, 2000 2. 36 vs. Florida, 1993; Kentucky, 1994 4. 34 vs. Auburn, 1993 5. 33 vs. Florida, 1998

RECORD BOOK MOST PASSES COMPLETED - SEASON: 1. 276 in 1994 2. 274 in 2003 3. 272 in 1993 4. 257 in 2002 MOST YARDS PASSING - GAME: 1. 544 vs. Southern Miss, 1993 2. 485 vs. South Carolina, 1994 3. 441 vs. Vanderbilt, 1994 4. 435 vs. Georgia Tech, 2000 5. 426 vs. Vanderbilt, 2002; Auburn, 1993 MOST YARDS PASSING - SEASON: 1. 3,721 in 1994 2. 3,610 in 2008 3. 3,552 in 1993 4. 3,435 in 2002 and 2003 AVERAGE YARDS PASSING PER GAME - SEASON: 1. 338.3 in 1994 2. 322.9 in 1993 3 277.7 in 2008 4. 270.4 in 2001 BEST SEASON COMPLETION PERCENTAGE - SEASON: 1. 64.51% in 1997 2. 62.96% in 1993 3. 61.50% in 2008 4. 60.78% in 1959 5. 60.32% in 1998 MOST TD’S PASSING - GAME: 1. 6 vs. Kentucky, 2002 2. 5 vs. Northwestern State, 2002; LSU, 2004; Boise State, 2005; Ga Tech, 2008; Arkansas in 2009 MOST TOUCHDOWNS - SEASON: 1. 28 in 2002 2. 27 in 2008 3. 26 in 2005 4. 25 in 1994 5. 24 in 1993, 2004, 2009 PASSES HAD INTERCEPTED - SEASON: 1. 32 in 1951 2. 25 in 1953 3. 20 in 1979 LOWEST INTERCEPTION PERCENTAGE - SEASON: (Min. 300 att.) 1. 1.13% in 1991 (4 in 355) 2. 1.38% in 2004 (5 in 363) 3. 1.79% in 1999 (7 in 390) LOWEST INTERCEPTION PERCENTAGE - SEASON: (Min. 400 att.) 1. 1.62% in 1993 (7 in 432) (SEC Record)

TOTAL OFFENSE

MOST OFFENSIVE PLAYS - GAME: 1. 105 vs. Kentucky, 1967 (89 rushes, 16 passes) 2. 97 vs. Georiga Tech, 1999 (41r/56p) 3. 96 vs. S.C., 1970 (68r,28p) 4. 95 vs. VMI, 1967 (79r,16p) 95 vs. South Carolina, 1969 (81r, 14p) MOST OFFENSIVE PLAYS - SEASON: 1. 1,023 in 2003 2. 981 in 2002 3. 874 in 2007 4. 865 in 1981 5. 859 in 1968

MOST TOTAL YARDS - GAME: 1. 667 vs. Southern Miss, 1993 2. 654 vs. Ole Miss, 1942 3. 640 vs. Vanderbilt, 1981 4. 638 vs. Kentucky, 1991 5. 626 vs. William and Mary, 1988 TOTAL YARDS - GEORGIA AND OPPONENT 1. 1,102 vs. Georgia Tech, 1999 (GA 547, GT 555) 2. 1,095 vs. Auburn, 1996 (UGA 556, AU 539) 3. 1,088 vs. Wm. & Mary, 1988 (GA626, WM 462) 4. 1,084 vs. Kentucky, 2001 (GA 591, UK 493) 5. 1,078 vs. Kentucky, 1991 (GA 638, UK 440) MOST TOTAL YARDS - SEASON: 1. 5,538 in 2008 2. 5,389 in 2002 3. 5,324 in 2003 4. 5,135 in 1994 5, 5,085 in 2005 AVERAGE YARDS PER GAME - SEASON: 1. 466.82 in 1994 2. 450.36 in 1992 3. 446.55 in 1981 4. 432.81 in 2001 5. 432.64 in 1997 AVERAGE YARDS PER PLAY - SEASON: 1. 6.8 in 1994 2. 6.7 in 1992, 2008 3. 6.3 in 1997

FIRST DOWNS MOST FIRST DOWNS RUSHING - GAME: 1. 27 vs. South Carolina, 1974 2. 26 vs. Memphis State, 1982 3. 25 vs. Auburn, 1976 4. 24 vs. Virginia, 1987; Oregon State, 1987 MOST FIRST DOWNS RUSHING - SEASON: 1. 186 in 1975 2. 176 in 1981 3. 173 in 1976 4. 167 in 1982 5. 164 in 1987 MOST FIRST DOWNS PASSING -GAME: 1. 22 vs. LSU, 1998 2. 21 vs. Southern Miss, 1993; Florida, 1993 4. 20 vs. Northwestern State, 2002 5. 19 vs. Miami, 1963; Vanderbilt, 1994; Ga. Tech, 2008 MOST FIRST DOWNS PASSING - SEASON: 1. 163 in 2008 2. 158 in 2003 3. 156 in 2002 4. 151 in 1994 5. 139 in 1993 MOST TOTAL FIRST DOWNS - GAME: 1. 35 vs. Vanderbilt, 1981 2. 34 vs. Memphis State, 1982 3. 33 vs. Kentucky, 2002 33 vs. Georgia Tech, 1999 MOST TOTAL FIRST DOWNS - SEASON: 1. 289 in 2002 2. 283 in 2003 3. 273 in 2008 4. 271 in 1981 5. 258 in 2005

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RECORD BOOK SCORING MOST POINTS SCORED - GAME: 1. 108 vs. Alabama Presbyterian, 1913 2. 81 vs. Mercer, 1941 3. 76 vs. The Citadel, 1958 4. 75 vs. Florida, 1942 5. 70 vs. Furman, 1946; NE Louisiana, 1994 MOST POINTS SCORED - GAME (Since 1933): 1. 81 - GEORGIA 81, Mercer 0 (1941) 2. 76 - GEORGIA 76, The Citadel 0 (1958) 3. 75 - GEORGIA 75, Florida 0 (1942) MOST POINTS SCORED BY BOTH TEAMS - GAME (Since 1933): 1. 105 - GEORGIA 56, Auburn 49 (1996) 2. 99 - GEORGIA 48, Georgia Tech 51 (1999) 3. 97 - GEORGIA 62, Vanderbilt 35 (1984) 4. 93 - GEORGIA 52, Arkansas 41 (2009) 5. 90 - GEORGIA 52, LSU 38 (2008) MOST POINTS SCORED IN ONE HALF (Since 1950): 1. 49 vs. NE Louisiana, 1994, 1st Half 2. 46 vs. The Citadel, 1958, 2nd half MOST POINTS SCORED BY BOTH TEAMS IN ONE HALF (Since 1950): 1. 63 in 1984 (UGA 42, Vanderbilt 21), 2. 59 in 1988 (UGA 42, Wm. & Mary 17) 3. 55 in 1991 (UGA 35, Kentucky 20) MOST TDS SCORED - SEASON: 1. 54 in 1942 2. 53 in 2002, 2007 3. 52 in 1946, 2008 MOST POINTS SCORED - SEASON: 7 games - 98 in 1895 8 games - 243 in 1913 9 games - 281 in 1910 10 games - 372 in 1946 11 games - 353 in 1971 12+games- 450 in 2002 (14 games) HIGHEST AVERAGE POINTS SCORED PER GAME - SEASON: 7 games - 14.0 in 1895 8 games - 30.4 in 1913 9 games - 31.2 in 1910 10 games - 37.2 in 1946 11 games - 32.1 in 1971 12+ games-32.6 in 2007 (13 games) FEWEST POINTS SCORED - SEASON: 7 games — 14 in 1909 8 games — 21 in 1901 9 games — 85 in 1919 10 games — 66 in 1956 11 games —147 in 1977 12+ games—327 in 2006 (13 games) FEWEST AVERAGE POINTS SCORED PER GAME - SEASON: 7 games - 2.0 in 1909 8 games - 2.6 in 1901 9 games - 9.4 in 1919 10 games - 6.6 in 1956 11 games - 13.4 in 1977 12+games-25.2 in 2006 (13 games)

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KICKING MOST FIELD GOALS - GAME: 1. 6 vs. Georgia Tech, 2001 (Ties SEC Record) 2. 4 vs. Kentucky, 1970; Southern Miss. 1984; Clemson, 1984; South Carolina 1986; Florida, 1986; Florida, 1993; Clemson, 1994; Kentucky, 1995; Ole Miss 1999; Auburn, 2000; Florida State 2003 (Sugar Bowl); South Carolina, 2007 MOST FIELD GOALS - SEASON: 1. 31 in 2003 (38 atts.) 2. 26 in 2002 (33 atts.) 3. 23 in 1984 (28 atts.); 23 in 2005 (30 atts.) MOST PATS - GAME: 1. 10 vs. Furman, 1946; NE Louisiana, 1994 MOST PATS - SEASON: 1. 52 in 2002 2. 50 in 2008 3, 49 in 2007 MOST CONSECUTIVE PATS: 1. 130 (101 by Rex Robinson, 1977-80; 29 by Kevin Butler, 1981)

PUNTING

MOST PUNTS - GAME: 1. 14 vs. Auburn 1937 2. 12 vs. Auburn, 1969 3. 11 vs. Houston, 1967; Ole Miss, 1976 11 vs. Clemson, 1990 MOST PUNTS - SEASON: 1. 80 in 1972 2. 73 in 1971 3. 71 in 1969; 1973 5. 70 in 1956 HIGHEST PUNTING AVERAGE - GAME: 1. 60.7 vs. The Citadel, 1958 (3 punts) 2. 57.0 vs. Okla. State, 2009 (6 punts) 3. 55.2 vs. Arkansas, 2009 (4 punts) 4. 52.5 vs. Florida, 2009 (4 punts) 5. 52.2 vs. South Carolina, 2008 (5 punts) HIGHEST PUNTING AVERAGE - SEASON: 1. 48.1 in 2009 2. 45.1 in 1984 3. 44.1 in 1986 4. 43.9 in 2001

PUNT RETURNS

MOST PUNT RETURNS - GAME: 1. 9 vs. Cal State Fullerton, 1992 2. 8 vs. Alabama, 1951; North Carolina, 1955 3. 7 vs. Auburn, 1948; Georgia Tech, 1948; Florida, 1971; TCU, 1980; South Carolina, 1992; New Mexico State, 2000 MOST PUNT RETURNS FOR A TD - GAME: 1. 2 in 1971 (Buzy Rosenberg vs. Oregon State tied NCAA Record) MOST PUNT RETURNS - SEASON: 1. 50 in 2002 2. 44 in 1992 3. 41 in 1971 4. 38 in 1984 5. 37 in 1964

MOST PUNT RETURN YARDS - GAME: 1. 202 vs. Oregon State, 1971 (5 ret.) 2. 195 vs. Alabama, 1951 2. 178 vs. Western Kentucky, 2006 MOST PUNT RETURN YARDS - SEASON: 1. 805 in 2006 2. 746 in 2002 3. 554 in 1949 4. 544 in 1980 5. 506 in 1967 MOST PUNT RETURNS FOR A TD - SEASON: 1. 3, in 1956; 2006 3. 2 - 7 times, most recent in 2002 HIGHEST AVERAGE PER RETURN - GAME: 1. 40.4 vs. Oregon State, 1971 (5x202) HIGHEST AVERAGE PER RETURN - SEASON: 1. 17.58 in 2008 (24x422) 2. 16.48 in 1980 3. 15.18 in 1960 4. 14.92 in 2002 5. 14.89 in 1965

KICKOFF RETURNS MOST KICKOFF RETURNS - SEASON: 1. 60 in 2009 2. 54 in 1990 3. 51 in 2008 MOST KICKOFF RETURN YARDS - GAME: 1. 252 vs. South Carolina, 2009 2. 190 vs. Kentucky, 1977 3. 187 vs. Alabama, 2008 MOST KICKOFF RETURN YARDS - SEASON: 1. 1,327 in 2009 2. 1,191 in 1990 3. 1,189 in 2007 4. 1,076 in 2008 5. 879 in 1973 HIGHEST AVERAGE GAIN PER RETURN - GAME (min. 4): 1. 36.0 vs. South Carolina, 2009 (7x252) 2. 35.8 vs. Kentucky, 1990 (5x179) 3. 34.3 vs. Vanderbilt, 1989 (4x137) HIGHEST AVERAGE GAIN PER RETURN - SEASON: 1. 26.6 in 1947 2. 24.4 in 1973 3. 24.1 in 1988

GENERAL

LONGEST WINNING STREAK: 1. 17 games, 1945-47 2. 15 games, 1941-42; 1979-81 LONGEST REGULAR SEASON UNBEATEN STREAK: 1. 28 games, 1981-83 MOST FUMBLES - GAME: 1. 9 vs. South Carolina, 1977 2. 8 vs. Texas, 1958 3. 7 vs. Texas, 1957; Tennessee, 1992


RECORD BOOK MOST FUMBLES - SEASON: 1. 57 in 1977 2. 40 in 1976 3. 34 in 1975 MOST FUMBLES LOST - GAME: 1. 6 vs. South Carolina, 1977; Auburn, 1977 MOST FUMBLES LOST - SEASON: 1. 35 in 1977 2. 20 in 1976 3. 18 in 1963 LONGEST POSSESSION (Non-Scoring) GAME: 10:46 2002 vs. Ole Miss: 19 plays, 73 yards, Clock Expired, End of game 8:51 1975 vs. Ga. Tech: 20 plays, 73 yards, 19-yard FG Blocked By Opponent (Non-Scoring): 10:50 Miss. State (1983): 20 plays, 71 yards, Missed 20-yard FG 7:51 Ole Miss (1996): 15 plays, 78 yards, INT LONGEST SCORING POSSESSION GAME: 8:45 1988 vs. Tennessee: 19 plays, 87 yards, TD 8:33 1997 vs. Kentucky: 16 plays, 62 yards, TD By Opponent: 10:57 Florida (1993): 21 plays, 80 yards, TD 9:43 UAB (2003): 18 plays, 75 yards, TD

PENALTIES MOST YARDS PENALIZED - GAME: 1. 134 vs. Georgia Tech (14), 2001 2. 129 vs. Middle Tenn. State (18), 2003 3. 112 vs. South Carolina (11), 2008 MOST YARDS PENALIZED - SEASON: 1. 1,032 in 2003 (14 games) 2. 938 in 2008 (13 games) 3. 879 in 2002 (14 games) 4. 878 in 2009 (13 games) 5. 795 in 2004 (12 games) MOST PENALTIES – GAME 1. 18 vs. Middle Tenn. State, 2003 (129 yards) 2. 14 vs. Arkansas, 2009 (93 yards) 14 vs. Georgia Tech, 2001 (134 yards) 14 vs. Kentucky, 1999 (91 yards)

TEAM DEFENSE

FEWEST RUSHING YARDS ALLOWED - GAME: 1. minus 50 vs. Kentucky, 1999 2. minus 49 vs. VMI, 1967 3. minus 20 vs. The Citadel, 1958 4. minus 13 vs. Tenn. Tech, 2009 FEWEST RUSHING YARDS ALLOWED - SEASON: 1. 596 in 1941 2. 797 in 1981 3. 976 in 1966 FEWEST PASSING YARDS ALLOWED - GAME: 1. 0 vs. Alabama, 1946; Georgia Tech, 1961; Mississippi State, 1967; Georgia Tech, 1977; Cal St. Fullerton, 1992

FEWEST PASSING YARDS ALLOWED - SEASON: 1. 642 in 1973 2. 673 in 1958 3. 683 in 1956 TOTAL DEFENSE - GAME: 1. 39 yards vs. The Citadel, 1958 2. 55 yards vs. Tenn. Tech, 2009 TOTAL DEFENSE - SEASON: 1. 1,429 yards in 1941 2. 2,053 yards in 1958 3. 2,090 yards in 1959 FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED - SEASON: 7 games — 38 in 1895 8 games — 45 in 1908 9 games —17 in 1920 10 games —31 in 1921 11 games —65 in 1950 12+games—198 in 2004 (12 games)

RECORD BY DECADE 1890’s ...................................23-14-2 1900’s ...................................24-38-8 1910’s ...................................43-18-9 1920’s ...................................60-31-4 1930’s ...................................59-35-7 1940’s ...................................78-27-4 1950’s ...................................50-49-5 1960’s ...................................60-38-8 1970’s ...................................75-38-2 1980’s ...................................89-27-4 1990’s ...................................71-43-1 2000’s ...................................98-31-0 TOTAL ..........................731-389-54

FEWEST AVERAGE POINTS ALLOWED - SEASON: 7 games — 5.4 in 1895 8 games — 5.6 in 1908 9 games — 1.8 in 1920 10 games — 3.1 in 1921 11 games — 5.9 in 1950 6.5 in 1937 12+games—14.5 in 2003 (14 games) MOST POINTS ALLOWED - SEASON: 7 games - 92 in 1903 8 games - 171 in 1901 9 games - 126 in 1914 10 games - 184 in 1951 11 games - 293 in 1990 12+games- 337 in 2009 (13 games) HIGHEST AVERAGE POINTS ALLOWED - SEASON: 7 games - 13.1 in 1903 8 games - 21.4 in 1901 9 games - 14.0 in 1914 10 games - 18.4 in 1951 11 games - 26.6 in 1990 12+games - 25.9 in 2009 (13 games) MOST SHUTOUTS: 9 game season - 7 in 1920 10 game season - 6 in 1921 and 1924 11 game season - 5 in 1942 MOST INTERCEPTIONS - GAME: 9 vs. Presbyterian, 1943 (SEC Record) MOST INTERCEPTIONS - SEASON: 1. 35 in 1982 2. 33 in 1946 YARDS OF INTERCEPTION RETURNS - SEASON: 1. 510 in 1948 2. 433 in 2002 3. 368 in 1980 4. 324 in 1966 INTERCEPTION TOUCHDOWNS - SEASON: 1. 4 in 2000, 2002 2. 3 in 1949, 1966, 1997 and 2008

Georgia DE David Pollack is the most decorated defensive player in Georgia history--three time first team All-Ameican, winner of Rotary Lombardi, Bednarik, Lott, and Hendricks Awards all in 2004.

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OVERTIME RECORDS TEAM

RECORD IN OVERTIME: 4-2 (W-26-23, Alabama, 2007); (W-34-27, Purdue, Capital One Bowl, 2003); (L-29-26, Auburn, 2000); (W-28-25, Purdue, Outback Bowl, 2000); (L-51-48 Ga. Tech, 1999); (W-56-49, at Auburn, 1996) Most OT Periods: .....................................................4 (Auburn, 1996) Most Points Scored: ...............................................28 (Auburn, 1996) Most Points Scored Both Teams in OT: ...............49 (Auburn, 1996) Most TDs Scored: .....................................................4 (Auburn, 1996) Most Passing Yards: ...............................................37 (Auburn, 1996) Most Rushing Yards: .............................................63 (Auburn, 1996) Most Field Goals: ....................... 1 (Twice, vs. Purdue, Auburn 2000) Shortest Drive: ..................4 plays, 4 yards (Georgia Tech-FG, 1999) Longest Drive: .................................7 plays, 25 yards (Auburn, 1996) Opponent’s Shortest Drive:.....4 plays, 0 yards (Alabama-FG, 2007) Opponent’s Longest Drive: ............8 plays, 40 yards (Auburn, 1996)

99 Yards: UGA vs. Tennessee, Oct. 7, 2000, in Athens Leading 14-10 at the start of the fourth quarter, Quincy Carter directs the Bulldogs on a 10-play, 99-yard drive in 4:05. Musa Smith scores on a 1yard run. Final: Georgia 21, Tennessee 10. 99 Yards: UGA vs. Florida, Nov. 5, 1983, in Jacksonville Down 9-3 with 5:44 left in the third quarter, John Lastinger leads Bulldogs on a 16-play, 99-yard game-winning drive in 7:26. Barry Young scores on 1-yard run with 13:18 left to play. Final: Georgia 10, Florida 9. 99 Yards - UGA vs. Arkansas State, Sept. 1, 2001 in Athens On the second possession of the 2001 season, redshirt freshmen QB David Greene led the Bulldogs on an 11-play, 99 yard drive in 3:09 capped by a 3 yard run by Musa Smith giving Georgia a 14-0 lead. Final: Georgia 45, Arkansas State 17 98 Yards: UGA vs. Vanderbilt, Oct. 21, 1989, in Nashville Leading 21-10 with 11:10 left in the third quarter, Greg Talley takes Bulldogs 98 yards on 3 plays in 1:15. Big play 93-yard TD pass to Kevin Maxwell. Final: Georgia 35, Vanderbilt 16. 97 Yards: UGA vs. Kentucky, Nov. 6, 2004, in Lexington Leading 41-17 in the fourth quarter, D.J. Shockley leads the Bulldogs on a 12-play, 97-yard drive that took 5:32. Shockley had two runs for 57 yards on the drive. Final: Georgia 62-17 97 Yards: UGA vs. Texas Tech, Sept 21, 1996, in Athens Down 12-7 with 2:57 left in the game, Mike Bobo directs Bulldogs on a 10-play, 97-yard game-winning drive in 1:12 to score on 22-yard pass to Juan Daniels with 1:45 left. Final: Georgia 15, Texas Tech 12. 97 Yards: UGA vs. Ga. Tech, Nov. 25, 1994, in Athens Leading 27-10 in the third quarter, Mike Bobo, in for the injured Eric Zeier, directs the Bulldogs on a 6-play, 97-yard drive in 2:10. Final: Georgia 48, Georgia Tech 10. 96 Yards: UGA vs. Auburn, Nov. 13, 1965, in Athens Down 14-6 in the second quarter, Kirby Moore leads Georgia on 2-play, 96-yard drive including a 92-yard TD pass to Randy Wheeler with 6:58 to play in the half. Final: Auburn 21, Georgia 19. 95 Yards: UGA vs. Florida, Nov. 7, 1981, in Jacksonville Down 21-20 with 10:16 left in the game, Buck Belue takes the Bulldogs on a game-winning 17-play, 95 yard drive in 7:45. Herschel Walker scores on 1-yard run with 2:31 left to play. Final: Georgia 26, Florida 21.

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INDIVIDUAL

Most Points Scored: ......................18, Robert Edwards (Auburn, 1996) Most TDs Scored: ............................3, Robert Edwards (Auburn, 1996) Most FGs: .. 1, Hap Hines (Purdue 2000), Billy Bennett (Auburn 2000) Most Rushing Attempts: ...............10, Robert Edwards (Auburn, 1996) Most Rushing Yards: ....................60, Robert Edwards (Auburn, 1996) Longest Rush: ................................12, Robert Edwards (Auburn, 1996) Longest Rushing TD: .... 9, 2 times by Robert Edwards (Auburn, 1996) Most Passing Attempts: ..........................3, Mike Bobo (Auburn, 1996) Most Completions: ..................................3, Mike Bobo (Auburn, 1996) Most Passing Yards: ..............................37, Mike Bobo (Auburn, 1996) Longest Completion: ............. 25, Matthew Stafford to Mikey Henderson (Alabama, 2007) Longest TD Pass: ............. 25, Matthew Stafford to Mikey Henderson (Alabama, 2007) Most Receptions: ..............3, Robert Edwards-37 yards (Auburn, 1996) Most All-Purpose Yards (Rushing, Receiving): ......................97, Robert Edwards (60 Rush, 37 Rec.)(Auburn, 1996)

94 Yards: UGA vs. Purdue, Jan. 1, 2000 in Tampa Georgia trailed 25-0 at one point and 25-10 at the half. Down 25-18 with 7:28 left Quincy Carter leads the Bulldogs on a 13 play 94-yard TD drive in 6:09 to tie the game at 25 on an eight yard pass to Randy McMichael. Georgia would win the game in OT. Final: Georgia 28, Purdue 25 93 Yards: UGA vs. Florida, Nov. 8, 1980, in Jacksonville Down 21-20 with 1:35 left, Buck Belue hits Lindsay Scott on 93-yard TD pass with 1:04 to play to climax 3-play, 93-yard game-winning drive. Final: Georgia 26, Florida 21. 84 Yards: UGA vs. Ga. Tech, Dec. 2, 1978, in Athens Down 28-21 with 5:52 left in the game, Buck Belue led the Bulldogs on a 9-play, 84 yard game-winning drive in 3:37. Belue hit Amp Arnold on 42-yard TD pass with 2:24 left. Arnold scored two point conversation on pitch from Belue. Final: Georgia 29, Georgia Tech 28. 75 Yards: UGA vs. Alabama, Sept. 18, 1965, in Athens Down 17-10 with three minutes to play, QB Kirby Moore led Georgia on a two-play, 75-yard game-winning drive and two-point conversion. On second and eight from the Georgia 27-yard line, he completed the “flea-flicker” pass to end Pat Hodgson who lateraled to HB Bob Taylor who streaked down the sideline for a 73-yard TD with 2:08 to play. Moore’s two-point conversion pass was complete to Hodgson giving Georgia the win over the defending national champions. Final: Georgia 18, Alabama 17. 65 Yards: UGA vs. Ga. Tech, Nov. 25, 1971, in Atlanta Down 24-21 with 1:29 left in the game, Andy Johnson takes the Bulldogs on a game-winning drive of 65 yards in 11 plays and 1:15. RB Jimmy Poulos scores with :14 left to play. Final: Georgia 28, Georgia Tech 24. 65 Yards: UGA vs. Ga. Tech, Nov. 29, 1997, in Atlanta Down 24-21 with :48 left in the game, QB Mike Bobo engineered a fourplay, 65-yard game-winning drive in 40 seconds. Bobo hit WR Corey Allen with an eight-yard TD pass with :08 to play. Two-point conversion attempt failed. Final: Georgia 27, Georgia Tech 24. 69 Yards: UGA vs. Tennessee, Oct. 6, 2001, in Knoxville Down 24-20 with 44 seconds to play David Greene led the Bulldogs on a 59-yard game winning touchdown drive in 37 seconds highlighted by a 6-yard pass to Verron Haynes with 5 seconds to go. It was Georgia's first win in Knoxville since 1980. Final: Georgia 26, Tennessee 24.


OPPONENT RECORDS VS UGA Passing Yards By Opposing Player Yards 528 421 416 408 408 407

Player/School Jared Lorenzen, UK Dusty Bonner UK Ben Leard, Auburn Kerwin Bell, Florida Ryan Mallett, Arkansas Rex Grossman, Florida

Comp.-Att.-TDs 39-58-2 33-52-4 24-32-4 33-49-0 21-39-0 35-27-2

Date 10-21-00 10-23-99 11-13-99 9-9-85 9-19-09 10-27-01

Score 34-30 49-34 21-38 24-3 52-41 10-24

Passing Yards By Opposing Team Yards 528 421 419

School Kentucky Kentucky South Carolina

Comp.-Att.-TD’s Date Score 39-58-2 10-21-00 34-30 33-53-4 10-23-99 49-34 35-52-3 9-2-95 42-23

Most Passing TD’s By Opposing Player TD’s 5 5 4

Player/School Comp.-Att.-Yds Danny Wuerffel, Florida 14-17-242 Ryan Mallett, Arkansas 21-39-0 by seven different players

Date 10-28-95 9-19-09

Rushing Yards By Opposing Player Yards 250 232 230

Player/School Joe Cribbs, Auburn Jamal Lewis, Tennessee Paul Gipson, Houston

Rushes-TD’s 34-2 22-0 37-1

Date 11-18-78 10-11-97 11-02-68

Rushing Yards By Opposing Team Yards 430 415 409

School Auburn Vanderbilt Georgia Tech

Rushes-TD’s 63-3 71-4 56-5

Date 11-18-78 10-15-94 11-29-08

Rushing TD’s By Opposing Player TD’s 4 3 3 3 3 3 3

Player/School James Stewart, Tennessee Randall Cobb, Kentucky Tim Tebow, Florida Arian Foster, Tennessee Steve Slaton, W. Virginia Derek Watson, S.Carolina James Bostic, Auburn

Rushes/Yds 24/211 18/82 12/45 17/98 26/204 20/106 19/183

Date 9-10-94 11-8-08 11-1-08 10-6-06 1-2-06 9-9-00 11-13-93

Most Points by Georgia in a Loss

Site Lexington Athens Athens Jacksonville Fayetteville Jacksonville

Points 48 42 35 34 33 31

Opponent Georgia Tech Georgia Tech West Virginia Auburn Tennessee Auburn

Site Lexington Athens Athens

Yards 252 249 183 181 173

Score 17-52 52-41

Site Athens Fayetteville

Score 22-22 13-38 10-10

Site Auburn Knoxville Athens

Score 22-22 30-43 42-45

Site Auburn Athens Athens

Score 23-41 42-38 10-49 14-35 35-38 10-21 28-42

Site Athens Lexington Jacksonville Knoxville Atlanta Columbia Athens

Score 48-51 (OT) 42-45 35-38 34-45 33-51 31-37

Year 1999 2008 2006 1997 2006 1995

Site Atlanta Athens Atlanta Athens Athens Athens

Player, School Rec.-TD’s Andre Rison, Mich. St. 9-3 Ronnie Danniels, Auburn 9-2 Tyrone Young, Florida 10-0 Wesley Walker, Cal 4-2 Toderick Malone, Alabama 8-2

Date 1-1-89 11-13-99 11-8-80 9-11-76 10-1-94

Score 34-27 21-38 26-21 36-24 28-29

Site Jacksonville Athens Jacksonville Athens Tuscaloosa

Rec. 17 13 12

Player/School Keith Edwards, Vanderbilt Brad Gaines, Vanderbilt Carlos Perez, Florida

Yards-TD’s 141-0 168-0 76-0

Date 10-15-83 10-21-89 11-02-02

Score 20-13 35-16 13-20

Site Nashville Nashville Jacksonville

TD’s 4 3

Player/School J. Whalen/Kentucky by several players

Rec.-Yards 10-151

Date 10-23-99

Score 49-34

Site Athens

Points 60 55 52 52 51 51

Opponent Southern California North Carolina Florida Florida Ga. Tech Tennessee

Score 60-0 55-0 52-14 52-17 51-48 (OT) 51-33

Year 1931 1900 1994 1995 1999 2006

Site Los Angeles Raleigh Gainesville Athens Atlanta Athens

Points 49 41 38 38 37

Opponent Auburn Arkansas LSU Kentucky 2 times

Score 56-49 (4OT) 52-41 52-38 42-38

Year 1996 2009 2008 2008

Site Auburn Fayetteville Baton Rouge Lexington

Receiving Yards By Opposing Player

Receptions By Opposing Player

Receiving TD’s By Opposing Player Points by Opponent in a Win

Most Points by Opponent in a Loss

Margins of Victory & Defeat

MARGINS OF VICTORY

Margin 108 101 81 79 76 75 69 67 67 66 64 64 63 60 57 56 56 55 55 55 53 51 49 48 47 45

Year 1913 1910 1941 1910 1958 1942 1922 1943 1944 1894 1994 1915 1946 1937 1907 1920 1992 1906 1920 1985 1998 1968 1974 1991 1997 2004

Team .................................Score Ala. Presbyterian ...............108-0 Locust Grove.....................101-0 Mercer ...............................81-0 Gordon ..............................79-0 Citadel ...............................76-0 Florida ...............................75-0 Newberry...........................82-13 Tennessee Tech..................67-0 Presbyterian.......................67-0 Augusta AC .......................66-0 NE Louisiana ....................70-6 Dahlonega .........................64-0 Furman ..............................70-7 Oglethorpe.........................60-0 Dahlonega .........................57-0 Florida ...............................56-0 Cal. St. Fullerton ...............56-0 Mercer ...............................55-0 Clemson ............................55-0 Tulane................................58-3 Kent State .........................56-3 Florida ...............................51-0 Ole Miss ............................49-0 Western Carolina ...............48-0 Miss. State .........................47-0 Kentucky ...........................62-17

MARGINS OF DEFEAT Margin 60 55 48 47 47 46 44 44 44 42 40 40 40 39 39 39 38 37 36 36 36 36 35 35

Year 1931 1900 1943 1901 1901 1905 1898 1900 1944 1951 1923 1936 1996 2008 1905 1969 1994 1952 1902 1905 1923 1951 1905 1962

Team .................................Score Southern Calif. ..................0-60 North Carolina ..................0-55 Georgia Tech .....................0-48 Sewanee ............................0-47 Vanderbilt ..........................0-47 Georgia Tech .....................0-46 North Carolina ..................0-44 Auburn ..............................0-44 Georgia Tech .....................0-44 Georgia Tech .....................6-48 Yale ...................................0-40 LSU ...................................7-47 Florida ...............................7-47 Florida ...............................10-49 Cumberland .......................0-39 Nebraska ...........................6-45 Florida ...............................14-52 Maryland ...........................0-37 Clemson ............................0-36 Alabama ............................0-36 Alabama ............................0-36 Maryland ...........................7-43 Clemson ............................0-35 Alabama ............................0-35

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4TH QUARTER COMEBACKS Georgia pulls it out when tied or trailing...

Year 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000

Opponent (Site) UGA Trailing Arizona State (H) 17-14 Kentucky (A) 35-38 Auburn (A) 13-10 Alabama (A) 20-23 Vanderbilt (A) 14-17 Colorado (H) 0-13 Georgia Tech (H) 7-12 Virginia Tech (Chick-fil-A) 13-21 Georgia Tech (A) 7-7 South Carolina (A) 16-13 Purdue (Capital One) 27-27 UAB (H) 13-13 Clemson (H) 28-28 Alabama (A) 25-24 Auburn (A) 21-17 Tennessee (A) 24-20 Kentucky (H) 29-29 Purdue (Outback) 25-18

Big Winning Play Clock Final Blair Walsh 37-yard field goal as time expired; second of two fourth-quarter FGs by Walsh ..................................... :00 ........20-17 Matthew Stafford 11-yard pass to A.J. Greene gives Dogs lead; Demarcus Dobbs interception seals it .................. 1:54 ........42-38 Matthew Stafford 17-yard pass to A.J. Greene .......................................................................................................... 8:24 ........17-13 *Matthew Stafford 25-yard pass to Mikey Henderson on first play of offense in OT ................................................. :00 ........26-23 Georgia never trailed in regulation but fell behind in OT after Alabama kicked FG on its possession Brandon Coutu 37-yard field goal ................................................................................................................................ :00 ........20-17 Joe Cox 20-yard pass to Martrez Milner completes rally ............................................................................................ :46 ........14-13 Matthew Stafford 4-yard pass to Mohamed Massaquoi answers Tech TD with 8:50 left ......................................... 1:45 ........15-12 Brannan Southerland 1-yard run caps 28 unanswered as Dogs rally from 21-3 deficit at half .................................. 7:30 ........31-24 D.J. Shockley 19-yard pass to Bryan McClendon breaks 7-7 tie with 3:18 remaining ............................................. 3:18 ..........14-7 David Greene 22-yard to Reggie Brown completes rally from 16-0 deficit .............................................................. 9:56 ........20-16 Kregg Lumpkin 1-yard run; Tony Taylor interception ends Purdue’s OT possession ................................................. :00 ........34-27 Georgia never trailed in regulation but Purdue tied the game on a FG with :49 left in the fourth quarter Billy Bennett 31-yard field goal ............................................................................................................................... 12:57 ........16-13 Billy Bennett 43-yard field goal ................................................................................................................................. 5:19 ........31-28 Billy Bennett 32-yard field goal ................................................................................................................................. 0:38 ........27-25 David Greene 19-yard pass to Michael Johnson on 4th and 15 ................................................................................. 1:25 ........24-21 David Greene 6-yard pass to Verron Haynes caps a 39 second drive ........................................................................ 0.05 ........26-24 David Greene 56-yard TD pass to Fred Gibson to start the 4th quarter ................................................................... 14:09 ........43-29 Quincy Carter 8-yard pass to Randy McMichael to tie 25-25 and send into OT ....................................................... 1:19 ........28-25

1999 1998 1997 1996

LSU (H) Vanderbilt (A) Ole Miss (A) Virginia (Peach) Georgia Tech (A) Auburn (A) Texas Tech (H)

16-13 17-3 17-9 27-21 24-21 14-28 6-0

LB Will Witherspoon deflects two-point pass attempt ............................................................................................... 0:18 ........23-22 Quincy Carter 25-yard TD pass to Patrick Pass to take lead 20-17 .......................................................................... 8:58 ........27-17 Hap Hines 48-yard field goal ................................................................................................................................ 5:24 ........20-17 Olandis Gary 2-yard run ........................................................................................................................................... 12:52 ........35-33 Mike Bobo 8-yard pass to Corey Allen ........................................................................................................................ :08 ........27-24 Mike Bobo 30-yard pas to Corey Allen (1st SEC OT game) ..................................................................................... 0:00 ........56-49 Mike Bobo 22-yard pass to Juan Daniels (Donnan's first UGA win)......................................................................... 1:45 ........15-12

1995 1994 1993 1992 1990

Georgia Tech (A) Kentucky (A) Kentucky (H) Ohio State (Citrus) Southern Miss (H) Alabama (H) East Carolina (H)

14-7 30-27 28-27 14-14 17-12 16-6 10-3

Kanon Parkman, 34-yard field goal............................................................................................................................ 0:47 ........18-17 Eric Zeier 28-yard pass to Háson Graham ................................................................................................................. 4:08 ........34-30 Eric Zeier 8-yard pass to Shannon Mitchell ............................................................................................................. 13:17 ........33-28 Frank Harvey 1-yard run ............................................................................................................................................ 4:32 ........21-14 Larry Ware 5-yard run ................................................................................................................................................ 6:04 ........18-17 John Kasay 40-yard field goal .................................................................................................................................... 1:31 ........17-16 Garrison Hearst 5-yard run ......................................................................................................................................... 8:54 ........19-15

1988 1987

1983 1982 1981 1980

Mississippi State (A) Kentucky (H) Arkansas (Liberty) Georgia Tech (H) Clemson (A) Clemson (H) Ole Miss (H) Florida (Jax.) Texas (Dallas) BYU (H) Miss. State (A) Vanderbilt (H) Auburn (A) Florida (Jax.) Tennessee (A) Florida (Jax.)

35-35 14-10 17-7 24-21 13-10 23-23 12-10 9-3 9-3 14-7 22-22 13-10 14-13 21-20 15-9 21-20

Tim Worley 26-yard run ............................................................................................................................................. 0:17 ........42-35 Lars Tate 5-yard run ................................................................................................................................................... 1:08 ........17-14 John Kasay 39-yard Liberty-winning field goal ......................................................................................................... 0:00 ........20-17 Lars Tate 5-yard run ................................................................................................................................................... 4:38 ........31-24 Peter Anderson recovered fumble in end zone ........................................................................................................... 8:25 ........20-13 Kevin Butler Sanford-shaking 60-yard field goal ...................................................................................................... 0:11 ........26-23 Cleveland Gary 6-yard run ......................................................................................................................................... 8:45 ........18-12 Barry Young 1-yard run (16-p, 99-yard drive) ......................................................................................................... 13:18 ..........10-9 John Lastinger 17-yard burst to glory ....................................................................................................................... 3:22 ..........10-9 Kevin Butler 44-yard field goal ................................................................................................................................. 1:11 ........17-14 John Lastinger 1-yard sneak ..................................................................................................................................... 13:27 ........29-22 Barry Young 7-yard run ............................................................................................................................................ 10:16 ........27-13 Herschel Walker 3-yard run........................................................................................................................................ 8:42 ........19-14 Herschel Walker 1-yard dive (17-play, 95-yard drive) .............................................................................................. 2:31 ........26-21 H. Walker 9-yard sweep (Rex Robinson PAT) ......................................................................................................... 11:16 ........16-15 Miracle Buck Belue 93-yard pass to Lindsay Scott ................................................................................................... 1:03 ........26-21

1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970

Ole Miss (A) Baylor (H) Kentucky (A) Georgia Tech (H) South Carolina (H) Vanderbilt (A) Florida (Jax.) Georgia Tech (H) Richmond (H) Florida (Jax.) Vanderbilt (H) Florida (Jax.) Tennessee (A) Ole Miss (Jackson) Florida (Jax.) Tulane (H) Georgia Tech (A) South Carolina (H) Auburn (A)

21-17 7-6 16-7 28-21 13-12 13-10 27-27 10-10 24-21 7-3 31-31 10-9 31-21 13-7 7-0 7-7 24-21 34-32 17-17

Buck Belue 19-yard pass to Norris Brown................................................................................................................. 8:44 ........24-21 Willie McClendon 16-yard run .................................................................................................................................. 2:55 ........16-14 Rex Robinson “Yeah!, Yeah!, Yeah!” 29-yard field goal ........................................................................................... 0:03 ........17-16 Buck Belue 42-yard pass to Amp Arnold; (Arnold 2-point run) ............................................................................... 2:24 ........29-28 Rex Robinson 22-yard field goal (Dooley’s 100th Win) ........................................................................................... 6:33 ........15-13 Jeff Pyburn 4-yard run on option keeper ................................................................................................................. 11:20 ........24-13 Ray Goff 5-yard run (Dogs down 27-13 at Half) ..................................................................................................... 12:42 ........41-27 Allan Leavitt 33-yard field goal to clinch 10-1 .......................................................................................................... 0:05 ........13-10 Kevin McLee 14-yard run ......................................................................................................................................... 9:56 ........28-24 Rich. Appleby 80-yard bomb to Gene Washington ................................................................................................... 3:12 ..........10-7 Matt Robinson 1-yard run ......................................................................................................................................... 0:24 ........38-31 Horace King 5-yard run (Appleby run) .................................................................................................................... 13:21 ........17-16 Andy Johnson 8-yard dash on a bounce ..................................................................................................................... 1:09 ........35-31 Andy Johnson 1-yard run (Kim Braswell PAT) ....................................................................................................... 14:02 ........14-13 Kim Braswell 37-yard field goal ................................................................................................................................ 0:50 ..........10-7 Ricky Lake 2-yard run................................................................................................................................................ 8:54 ..........17-7 Jimmy Poulos glorious 1-yard dive (65 yards in 1:15) .............................................................................................. 0:14 ........28-24 Paul Gilbert 10-yard run (Dogs down 21-3 in 2nd Q) ............................................................................................... 8:41 ........52-34 Ricky Lake 4-yard run.............................................................................................................................................. 12:07 ........31-17

1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1962 1961

South Carolina (A) Ole Miss (H) Clemson (A) Mississippi State (Jackson) South Carolina (A) Kentucky (H) Florida (Jax.) Alabama (H) Michigan (A) North Carolina (A) Florida (Jax.) Auburn (A) South Carolina (H) Mississippi State (Atlanta) Mississippi State (H) Georgia Tech (H)

20-14 7-6 17-17 17-17 0-0 15-14 10-10 17-10 7-6 35-21 7-0 14-14 7-3 7-3 17-14 6-0

Mike Cavan 15-yard pass to Kent Lawrence (Jim McCullough PAT) ....................................................................... 7:05 ........21-20 Kent Lawrence 7-yard run........................................................................................................................................ 11:37 .......... 21-7 Kent Lawrence 14-yard dash...................................................................................................................................... 9:35 ........24-17 Bobby Etter 19-yard field goal ................................................................................................................................... 2:08 ........20-17 Kirby Moore 6-yard spring ........................................................................................................................................ 5:27 ............7-0 Lynn Hughes 10-yard jaunt ...................................................................................................................................... 13:00 ........27-15 Lynn Hughes spectacular 39-yard INT return .......................................................................................................... 10:21 ........27-10 Kirby Moore to Pat Hodgson to Bob Taylor 73-yard flea flicker (Moore to Hodgson on 2-point pass) ................... 2:08 ........18-17 Preston Ridlehuber 10-yard pass to Pat Hodgson ...................................................................................................... 4:11 ..........15-7 Preston Ridlehuber 31-yard dash off tackle ............................................................................................................... 4:52 ........47-35 Bobby Etter 5-yard scoop and run off fumbled snap on field goal attempt ............................................................... 8:25 ..........14-7 Bill McCullough booming 48-yard field goal .......................................................................................................... 13:52 ........30-21 Bill McKenney 2-yard run ......................................................................................................................................... 6:49 ........17-14 Larry Rakestraw 38-yard pass to Ray Clark ............................................................................................................ 13:01 ..........10-7 Durward Pennington 25-yard field goal ..................................................................................................................... 0:08 ........20-17 Bill Godfrey 2-yard plunge (Pennington PAT) (Butts’ final game, Pat Dye blocked GT PAT) ............................... 14:26 ............7-6

Auburn (H) Florida State (H) Alabama (Birmingham) Vanderbilt (H) Clemson (H) Vanderbilt (H)

13-7 0-0 7-7 13-0 7-7 14-13

Fran Tarkenton championship-clinching 13-yard pass to Bill Herron (Pennington PAT) ......................................... 0:30 ........14-13 Ken Cooper 36-yard field goal (then-Sanford record) ............................................................................................... 1:30 ............3-0 Ken Cooper 29-yard field goal ................................................................................................................................ 10:57 ........16-13 Dick Young 1-yard run (Joe Comfort PAT) ................................................................................................................ 3:20 ........14-13 Jimmy Harper 32-yard pass to Jimmy Williams ........................................................................................................ 7:30 ..........14-7 Joe Graff 24-yard field goal........................................................................................................................................ 4:00 ........16-14

LSU (H) Furman (H) UCLA (Pasadena)

0-0 0-0 0-0

Billy Mixon 1-yard. run (time of score is estimate) .................................................................................................10:03 ............7-0 Johnny Rauch 22-yard pass to Dan Edwards ...........................................................................................................8:17* ..........13-7 Red Boyd blocked punt for Rose Bowl safety ....................................................................................................... 11:58* ............9-0

1986 1985 1984

1960 1959 1956 1955 1954 1949 1947 1942

*time of score is estimate

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GEORGIA VS. RANKED OPPONENTS GEORGIA VS. RANKED TEAMS Date

1936-2009, Associated Press Poll Overall: 85-115-8 (208 games) Home: 29-43-2; Away: 23-43-4; Neutral: 32-30-2

1936-Nov. 21 1939-Oct. 28 1941-Oct. 18 1942-Oct. 31 -Nov. 28 -Jan. 1 1943-Nov. 27 1944-Nov. 4 1945-Oct. 27 -Jan. 1 1946-Oct. 12 -Nov. 2 -Nov. 30 -Jan. 1 1947-Nov. 29 1949-Oct. 8 1950-Sept. 23 -Oct. 7 1951-Oct. 13 -Dec. 1 1952-Oct. 11 -Nov. 1 -Nov. 29 1953-Oct. 10 -Nov. 14 -Nov. 28 1955-Sept. 17 -Nov. 12 -Nov. 26 1956-Oct. 19 -Nov. 1 -Dec. 1 1957-Oct. 5 -Oct. 19 -Nov. 16 1958-Sept. 20 -Nov. 8 -Nov. 15 1959-Oct. 3 -Nov. 14 1960-Jan. 1 -Nov. 12 1961-Sept. 23 1962-Sept. 22 1963-Sept. 21 -Nov. 16 1964-Sept. 19 -Oct. 17 -Nov. 7 1965-Sept. 18 -Oct. 2 1966-Nov. 5 -Nov. 26 -Dec. 31 1968-Sept. 14 -Oct. 12 -Nov. 2 -Nov. 16 -Jan. 1 1969-Nov. 1 -Nov. 8 -Nov. 15 -Dec. 20 1970-Oct. 10 -Nov. 14 -Nov. 28 .1971-Nov. 13 1972-Oct. 7 -Nov. 4 -Nov. 18 1973-Sept. 29 -Oct. 6

Result Game.................................................................................... Site T L W W W W L W L W W W W W L L W T L L L L L L L L L L L T L L L L L L L L L W W L L L L L L L W W W W W W T W T W L L T L L L W L L L L L W L

GEORGIA 7, #3 Fordham 7.............................. New York, N.Y. #19 NYU 14, GEORGIA 13 ............................. New York, N.Y. GEORGIA 7, #20 Columbia 3 .......................... New York, N.Y. #2 GEORGIA 21, #3 Alabama 10 ...................................Atlanta #5 GEORGIA 34, #2 Ga. Tech 0 ................................. ATHENS #2 GEORGIA 9, #13 UCLA 0 ........................*Pasadena, Calif. #14 Ga. Tech 48, GEORGIA 0 ........................................Atlanta GEORGIA 14, #19 Alabama 7 .......................Birmingham, Ala. #6 Alabama, 28, GEORGIA 14 ......................Birmingham, Ala. #18 GEORGIA 20, #17 Tulsa 6 ..................... %Houston, Texas #8 GEORGIA 28, #19 Kentucky 13 ........................... ATHENS #5 GEORGIA 14, #15 Alabama 0 ............................... ATHENS #3 GEORGIA 35, #7 Ga. Tech 7 ................................. ATHENS #3 GEORGIA 20, #9 UNC 10...................... $New Orleans, La. #9 Ga. Tech 7, GEORGIA 0 ............................................Atlanta #15 Kentucky 25, GEORGIA 0 ......................... Lexington, Ky. GEORGIA 27, #15 Maryland 7 .................................. ATHENS GEORGIA 0, #11 UNC 0 ............................................ ATHENS #10 Maryland 43, GEORGIA 7 .................................. ATHENS #6 Ga. Tech 48, GEORGIA 6 ..........................................Atlanta #4 Maryland 37, #19 GEORGIA 0 ............................. ATHENS #19 Alabama 34, GEORGIA 19 .....................Birmingham, Ala. #3 Ga. Tech 23, GEORGIA 9 ...................................... ATHENS #4 Maryland 40, GEORGIA 13 .................... College Park, Md. #20 Auburn 39, GEORGIA 18 ........................... Columbus, Ga. #10 Ga. Tech 28, GEORGIA 12 ......................................Atlanta #15 Ole Miss 26, GEORGIA 13 .....................................Atlanta #12 Auburn 16, GEORGIA 13 ........................... Columbus, Ga. #9 Ga. Tech 21, GEORGIA 3 ..........................................Atlanta GEORGIA 7, #11 Miami, Fla. 7 ..............................Miami, Fla. #13 Florida 28, GEORGIA 0 ..........................Jacksonville, Fla. #4 Ga. Tech 35, GEORGIA 0 ...................................... ATHENS #10 Michigan 26, GEORGIA 0 ...................... Ann Arbor, Mich. #15 Navy 27, GEORGIA 14 ...................................Norfolk, Va. #3 Auburn 6, GEORGIA 0 ................................. Columbus, Ga. #11 Texas 13, GEORGIA 8 ...................................Austin, Texas #19 Florida 7, GEORGIA 6 ............................Jacksonville, Fla. #4 Auburn 21, Georgia 6 .................................... Columbus, Ga. #16 S. Carolina 30, #13 GEORGIA 14 .............Columbia, S.C. #12 GEORGIA 14, #8 Auburn 13 ............................... ATHENS #6 GEORGIA, 14, #18 Missouri 0.........................+Miami, Fla. #10 Auburn 9, GEORGIA 6 ..................................Auburn, Ala. #3 Alabama 32, GEORGIA 6 ...................................... ATHENS #3 Alabama 35, GEORGIA 0 .........................Birmingham, Ala. #3 Alabama 32, GEORGIA 7 ...................................... ATHENS #9 Auburn 14, GEORGIA 0 ........................................ ATHENS #6 Alabama 31, GEORGIA 3 ........................... Tuscaloosa, Ala. #10 Fla. State 17, GEORGIA 14 ................................. ATHENS GEORGIA 14, #9 Florida 7 ............................Jacksonville, Fla. GEORGIA 18, #5 Alabama 17 .................................... ATHENS #10 GEORGIA 15, #7 Michigan 7 ................. Ann Arbor, Mich. GEORGIA 27, #7 Florida 10 ..........................Jacksonville, Fla. #7 GEORGIA 23, #5 Ga. Tech 14 ............................... ATHENS #4 GEORGIA 24, #10 SMU 9 .......................... @Dallas, Texas GEORGIA 17, #9 Tennessee 17 .......................Knoxville, Tenn. #17 GEORGIA 21, #13 Ole Miss 7 ............................ ATHENS #7 GEORGIA 10, #15 Houston 10 ............................. ATHENS #5 GEORGIA 17, #12 Auburn 3 ............................Auburn, Ala. #9 Arkansas 16, #4 GEORGIA 2 ................. $New Orleans, La. #3 Tennessee 17, #11 GEORGIA 3, ............................ ATHENS #16 GEORGIA 13, #13 Florida 13 .................Jacksonville, Fla. #11 Auburn 16, #16 GEORGIA 3 ............................... ATHENS #14 Nebraska 45, GEORGIA 6 ......................... <El Paso, Texas #5 Ole Miss 31, GEORGIA 21 ................................... ATHENS GEORGIA 31, #8 Auburn 17 .................................Auburn, Ala. #16 Ga. Tech 17, GEORGIA 7 .................................... ATHENS #6 Auburn 35, #7 GEORGIA 20 ................................. ATHENS #4 Alabama 25, GEORGIA 7 ...................................... ATHENS #13 Tennessee 14, GEORGIA 0 .................................. ATHENS #11 Auburn 27, GEORGIA 10 ...............................Auburn, Ala. GEORGIA 31, #19 N.C. State 12 ............................... ATHENS #3 Alabama 28, GEORGIA 14 ......................... Tuscaloosa, Ala.

-Nov. 3 -Dec. 28 1974-Nov. 9 -Nov. 16 -Dec. 20 1975-Nov. 8 -Jan. 1 1976-Sept. 11 -Oct. 2 -Oct. 30 -Nov. 6 -Jan. 1 1977-Oct. 1 -Oct. 22 1978-Oct. 14 1979-Oct. 13 -Nov. 17 1980-Nov. 1 -Nov. 8 -Jan. 1 1981-Jan. 1 1982-Sept. 6 -Nov. 6 -Jan. 1 1983-Sept. 3 -Nov. 5 -Nov. 12 -Jan. 2 1984-Sept. 22 -Nov. 10 -Nov. 17 -Dec. 22 1985-Nov. 9 -Nov. 16 1986-Oct. 11 -Nov. 15 1987-Sept. 19 -Oct. 10 -Nov. 7 -Nov. 14 1988- Sept. 3 -Sept. 24 -Nov. 12 1989-Oct. 7 -Nov. 11 -Nov. 18 1990-Oct. 6 -Oct. 13 -Nov. 10 -Nov. 17 -Dec. 1 1991-Oct. 5 -Oct. 12 -Nov. 9 1992-Sept. 12 -Oct. 31 -Jan. 1 1993-Sept. 11 -Oct. 30 -Nov. 13 1994-Sept. 10 -Oct. 1 -Oct. 29 -Nov. 12 1995-Sept. 9 -Sept. 30 -Oct. 28 -Nov. 11 -Dec. 30 1996-Oct. 12 -Nov. 2 -Nov. 16 1997-Oct. 11 -Nov. 1 -Nov. 15 1998-Oct. 3 -Oct. 10

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GEORGIA 35, #11 Tennessee 31 .....................Knoxville, Tenn. GEORGIA 17, #18 Maryland 16 ..................................>Atlanta GEORGIA 17, #6 Florida 16 ..........................Jacksonville, Fla. GEORGIA 13, #7 Auburn 17 .................................Auburn, Ala. #15 Miami (Ohio) 21, GEORGIA 10) .................. Orlando, Fla. GEORGIA 10, #11 Florida 7...........................Jacksonville, Fla. #18 Arkansas 31, #12 GEORGIA 10 .................. (Dallas, Texas #16 GEORGIA 36, #15 California 24 ......................... ATHENS #6 GEORGIA 21, #10 Alabama 0 ............................... ATHENS #7 GEORGIA 31, #20 Cincinnati 17 .......................... ATHENS #7 GEORGIA 41, #10 Florida 27 ...................Jacksonville, Fla. #1 Pittsburgh 27, #5 GEORGIA 3................ $New Orleans, La. #10 Alabama 18, GEORGIA 10 ...................... Tuscaloosa, Ala. #8 Kentucky 33, GEORGIA 0 .................................... ATHENS GEORGIA 24, #11 LSU 17............................ Baton Rouge, La. GEORGIA 21, #13 LSU 14 ........................................ ATHENS #15 Auburn 33, GEORGIA 13 .................................... ATHENS #4 GEORGIA 13, #14 S. Carolina 10 ......................... ATHENS #2 GEORGIA 26, #20 Florida 21 ...................Jacksonville, Fla. #1 GEORGIA 17, #7 Notre Dame 10 .......... $New Orleans, La. #10 Pittsburgh 24, #2 GEORGIA 20............ $New Orleans, La. #6 GEORGIA 13, #11 Clemson 7 ............................... ATHENS #3 GEORGIA 44. #20 Florida 0 .....................Jacksonville, Fla. #2 Penn State 27, #1 GEORGIA 23 ............. $New Orleans, La. #15 GEORGIA 19, #20 UCLA 8 ................................ ATHENS #4 GEORGIA 10, #9 Florida 9 .......................Jacksonville, Fla. #3 Auburn 13, #4 GEORGIA 7 ................................... ATHENS #7 GEORGIA 10, #2 Texas 9 ............................ @Dallas, Texas #20 GEORGIA 26, #2 Clemson 23 ............................. ATHENS #10 Florida 27, #8 GEORGIA 0 .....................Jacksonville, Fla. #18 Auburn 21, #15 GEORGIA 12 ........................Auburn, Ala. GEORGIA 17, #15 Florida State 17 .................. &Orlando, Fla. #17 GEORGIA 24, #1 Florida 3 .....................Jacksonville, Fla. #14 Auburn 24, #12 GEORGIA 10 ............................. ATHENS GEORGIA 14, #16 LSU 23 ........................... Baton Rouge, La. GEORGIA 20, #8 Auburn 16 .................................Auburn, Ala. #8 Clemson 21, #18 GEORGIA 20 ..................... Clemson, S.C. #7 LSU 26, #16 GEORGIA 23 ................................... ATHENS #10 GEORGIA 23, #17 Florida 10 .................Jacksonville, Fla. #12 Auburn 27, #8 GEORGIA 11 ............................... ATHENS #12 GEORGIA 28, #18 Tennessee 17 ......................... ATHENS #14 S. Carolina 23, #6 GEORGIA 10 ................Columbia, S.C. #9 Auburn 20, #17 GEORGIA 10 ..........................Auburn, Ala. #6 Tennessee 17, GEORGIA 14 .......................Knoxville, Tenn. GEORGIA 17, #20 Florida 10 ........................Jacksonville, Fla. #10 Auburn 20, GEORGIA 3 ...................................... ATHENS #16 Clemson 34, GEORGIA 3 ............................ Clemson, S.C. #24 Ole Miss 28, GEORGIA 12 ................................. ATHENS #10 Florida 38, GEORGIA 7 ..........................Jacksonville, Fla. #24 Auburn 33, GEORGIA 10 ...............................Auburn, Ala. #2 Ga. Tech 40, GEORGIA 23 .................................... ATHENS GEORGIA 27, #6 Clemson 12 .................................... ATHENS #22 GEORGIA 37, #23 Ole Miss 17 ................... Oxford, Miss. #6 Florida 45, #23 GEORGIA 13 ...................Jacksonville, Fla. #20 Tennessee 34, #14 GEORGIA 31 ......................... ATHENS #20 Florida 26, #7 GEORGIA 24 ..................Jacksonville, Fla. #8 GEORGIA 21, #15 Ohio State 14 ................. &Orlando, Fla. #11 Tennessee 38, #24 GEORGIA 6 ................Knoxville, Tenn. #9 Florida 33, GEORGIA 26 ..........................Jacksonville, Fla. #7 Auburn 42, GEORGIA 28 ...................................... ATHENS #19 Tennessee 41, GEORGIA 23 ................................ ATHENS #11 Alabama 29, GEORGIA 28 .....................Birmingham, Ala. #5 Florida 52, GEORGIA 14 ........................... Gainesville, Fla. GEORGIA 23, #3 Auburn 23 .................................Auburn, Ala. #8 Tennessee 30, GEORGIA 27 .......................Knoxville, Tenn. #20 Alabama 31, GEORGIA 0 .................................... ATHENS #3 Florida 52, GEORGIA 17 ...................................... ATHENS #20 Auburn 37, GEORGIA 31 .................................... ATHENS #18 Virginia 34, GEORGIA 27 ....................................>Atlanta #7 Tennessee 29, GEORGIA 17 .................................. ATHENS #1 Florida 47, GEORGIA 7 ............................Jacksonville, Fla. GEORGIA 56, #20 Auburn 49 (4 OT) ...................Auburn, Ala. #9 Tennessee 38, #13 GEORGIA 13 ................Knoxville, Tenn. #14 GEORGIA 37, #6 Florida 17 ...................Jacksonville, Fla. #16 Auburn 45, #7 GEORGIA 34 ............................... ATHENS #12 GEORGIA 28, #6 LSU 27 ....................... Baton Rouge, La #5 Tennessee 22, #7 GEORGIA 3 .............................. ATHENS

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GEORGIA VS. RANKED OPPONENTS -Oct. 31 -Nov. 21 -Dec. 31 1999-Oct. 9 -Oct. 30 -Nov. 20 -Nov. 27 -Jan. 1 2000-Oct. 7 -Oct. 28 -Nov. 11 -Nov. 25 2001-Sept. 8 -Oct. 6 -Oct. 27 -Nov. 10 -Nov. 24 2002-Oct. 5 -Oct. 12 -Nov. 16 -Dec. 7 -Jan 1 2003-Sept. 13 -Sept. 20 -Oct. 11 -Nov. 1 -Dec. 5 2004-Jan. 1 -Oct. 2 -Oct. 9 -Nov. 13 -Jan. 1 2005-Sept. 9 -Oct. 8 -Oct. 29 -Nov. 12 -Nov. 26 -Dec. 3 -Jan. 2 2006-Oct. 7 -Oct. 28 -Nov. 11 -Nov. 25 -Dec. 30 2007-Sept. 22 -Oct. 27 -Nov. 10 -Nov. 17 2008-Jan. 1 -Sept. 27 -Oct. 18 -Oct. 25 -Nov. 1 -Nov. 29 2009-Jan. 1 -Sept. 5 -Oct. 3 -Oct. 31 -Nov. 28

Date 1977-Jan. 1 1985-Nov. 9 1996-Nov. 2 2009-Oct. 31

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#6 Florida 38, #11 GEORGIA 7 .....................Jacksonville, Fla. #17 Ga. Tech 21, #12 GEORGIA 19 .......................... ATHENS #19 GEORGIA 35, #13 Virginia 33 ................................Atlanta #6 Tennessee 37, #10 GEORGIA 20 ...............Knoxville, Tenn. #5 Florida 30, #10 GEORGIA 14 ...................Jacksonville, Fla. #21 GEORGIA 20, #16 Ole Miss 17 ................... Oxford, Miss. #20 Ga. Tech 51, #16 GEORGIA 48 (OT) .............. Atlanta, Ga. #21 GEORGIA 28, #19 Purdue 25 (OT) ..................Tampa, Fla. #19 GEORGIA 21, #21 Tenn. 10 ............................... ATHENS #8 Florida 34, #13 GEORGIA 23 ................... Jacksonville, Fla. #22 Auburn 29, #14 GEORGIA 26 (OT) ..............Auburn, Ala. #18 Ga. Tech 27, #19 GEORGIA 15 ........................... ATHENS #21 South Carolina 14, #25 GEORGIA 9 ................... ATHENS GEORGIA 26, #6 Tennessee 24 .......................Knoxville, Tenn. #6 Florida 24, #19 GEORGIA 10 ...................Jacksonville, Fla. #24 Auburn 24, #19 GEORGIA 17 ............................. ATHENS #19 GEORGIA 31, #21 Ga.Tech 17................................Atlanta #7 GEORGIA 27, #22 Alabama 25 ................. Tuscaloosa, Ala. #6 GEORGIA 18, #10 Tennessee 13 ........................... ATHENS #7 GEORGIA 24, #24 Auburn 21 ..........................Auburn, Ala. #4 GEORGIA 30, #22 Arkansas 3 ......................... Atlanta, Ga. #4 GEORGIA 26, #16 Florida St. 13 ............ New Orleans, La. #8 GEORGIA 31, #25 South Carolina 7, ................... ATHENS #11 LSU 17, #7 GEORGIA 10 ..................... Baton Rouge, La. #8 GEORGIA 41, #13 Tennessee 14 ..............Knoxville, Tenn. #23 Florida 16, #4 GEORGIA 13 .................Jacksonville, Fla. #3 LSU 34, #5 GEORGIA 13 ............................... Atlanta, Ga. #11 GEORGIA 34, #12 Purdue 27 (OT) ............... Orlando, Fla. #3 GEORGIA 45, #13 LSU 16 .................................. ATHENS #17 Tennessee 19, #3 GEORGIA 14 ........................... ATHENS #3 Auburn 24, #8 GEORGIA 6 ..............................Auburn, Ala. #8 GEORGIA 24, #16 Wisconsin 21 .................... Orlando, Fla. #9 GEORGIA 48, #19 Boise State 13 ......................... ATHENS #5 GEORGIA 27, #7 Tennessee 14 ..................Knoxville, Tenn. #16 Florida 14, #4 GEORGIA 10 ...................Jacksonville, Fla. #15 Auburn 31, #9 GEORGIA 30 ............................... ATHENS #13 GEORGIA 14, #24 Georgia Tech 7.................. Atlanta, Ga. #13 GEORGIA 34, #3 LSU 14 ............................... Atlanta, Ga. #11 West Virginia 38, #8 GEORGIA 35 ................. Atlanta, Ga. #13 Tennessee 51, #10 GEORGIA 33 ......................... ATHENS #9 Florida 21, GEORGIA 14 ..........................Jacksonville, Fla. GEORGIA 37, #5 Auburn 15 .................................Auburn, Ala. GEORGIA 15, #16 Georgia Tech 12........................... ATHENS GEORGIA 31, #14 Virginia Tech 24 ...................... Atlanta, Ga. #22 GEORGIA 26, #16 Alabama 23 (OT) ....... Tuscaloosa, Ala. #20 GEORGIA 42, #9 Florida 30 ...................Jacksonville, Fla. #10 GEORGIA 45, #18 Auburn 20 ............................. ATHENS #8 GEORGIA 24, #22 Kentucky 13 ........................... ATHENS #4 GEORGIA 41, #10 Hawaii 10 .................. New Orleans, La. #8 Alabama 41, #3 GEORGIA 30 ............................... ATHENS #10 GEORGIA 24, #22 Vanderbilt 14 ........................ ATHENS #9 GEORGIA 52, #11 LSU 38....................... Baton Rouge, La. #5 Florida 49, #8 GEORGIA 10 .....................Jacksonville, Fla. #18 Ga. Tech 45, #13 GEORGIA 42 ........................... ATHENS #15 GEORGIA 24, #18 Michigan State 12 ........... Orlando, Fla. #9 Oklahoma State 24, #13 GEORGIA 10 ...... Stillwater, Okla. #4 LSU 20, #18 GEORGIA 13 ................................... ATHENS #1 Florida 41, GEORGIA 17 ..........................Jacksonville, Fla. GEORGIA 30, #7 Georgia Tech 24......................... Atlanta, Ga.

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Game Site #1 Pittsburgh 27, #5 GEORGIA 3................ $New Orleans, La. #17 GEORGIA 24, #1 Florida 3 .....................Jacksonville, Fla. #1 Florida 47, GEORGIA 7 ............................Jacksonville, Fla. #1 Florida 41, GEORGIA 17 ..........................Jacksonville, Fla.

WINS OVER RANKED OPPONENTS (86)

Date Oct. 18, 1941 Oct. 31, 1942 Nov. 28, 1942 Jan. 1, 1943 Nov. 4, 1944 Jan, 1, 1946 Oct. 12, 1946

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Game Site GEORGIA 7, #20 Columbia 3 ........................... New York, N.Y. #2 GEORGIA 21, #3 Alabama 10...................... Atlanta #5 GEORGIA 34, #2 Ga. Tech 0 ....................... ATHENS #2 GEORGIA 9, #13 UCLA 0 ........................... *Pasadena, Calif. GEORGIA 14, #19 Alabama 7........................... Birmingham, Ala. #18 GEORGIA 20, #17 Tulsa 6 ......................... %Houston, Texas #8 GEORGIA 28, #19 Kentucky 13 .................. ATHENS

Nov. 2, 1946 Nov. 30, 1946 Jan. 1, 1947 Sept. 23, 1950 Nov. 14, 1959 Dec. 1, 1960 Nov. 7, 1964 Sept. 18, 1965 Oct. 2, 1965 Nov. 5, 1966 Nov. 26, 1966 Dec. 31, 1966 Oct. 12, 1968 Nov. 16, 1968 Nov. 14, 1970 Sept. 29, 1973 Nov. 3, 1973 Dec. 28, 1973 Nov. 9, 1974 Nov. 8, 1975 Sept. 11, 1976 Oct. 2, 1976 Oct. 30, 1976 Nov. 6, 1976 Oct. 14, 1978 Oct. 13, 1979 Nov. 1, 1980 Nov. 8, 1980 Jan. 1, 1981 Sept. 6, 1982 Nov. 6, 1982 Sept. 3, 1983 Nov. 5, 1983 Jan. 2, 1984 Sept. 22, 1984 Nov. 9, 1985 Nov. 15, 1986 Nov. 7, 1987 Sept. 3, 1988 Nov. 11, 1989 Oct. 5, 1991 Oct. 12, 1991 Jan. 1, 1993 Nov. 16, 1996 Nov. 1, 1997 Oct. 3, 1998 Dec. 31, 1998 Nov. 20, 1999 Jan. 1, 2000 Oct. 7, 2000 Oct. 6, 2001 Nov. 24, 2001 Oct. 5, 2002 Oct. 12, 2002 Nov. 16, 2002 Dec. 7, 2002 Jan 1, 2003 Sept. 13, 2003 Oct. 11, 2003 Jan. 1, 2004 Oct. 2, 2004 Jan. 1, 2005 Sept. 9, 2005 Oct. 8, 2005 Nov. 26, 2005 Dec. 3, 2005 Nov. 11, 2006 Nov. 25, 2006 Dec. 30, 2006 Sept. 22, 2007 Oct. 27, 2007 Nov. 10, 2007 Nov. 17, 2007 Jan. 1, 2008 Oct. 18, 2008 Oct. 25, 2008 Jan. 1, 2009 Nov. 28, 2009

#5 GEORGIA 14, #15 Alabama 0...................... ATHENS #3 GEORGIA 35, #7 Ga. Tech 7 ....................... ATHENS #3 GEORGIA 20, #9 UNC 10 ........................... $New Orleans, La. GEORGIA 27, #15 Maryland 7 ......................... ATHENS #12 GEORGIA 14, #8 Auburn 13 ...................... ATHENS #6 GEORGIA, 14, #18 Missouri 0 .................... +Miami, Fla. GEORGIA 14, #9 Florida 7 ............................... Jacksonville, Fla. GEORGIA 18, #5 Alabama 17........................... ATHENS #10 GEORGIA 15, #7 Michigan 7 .................... Ann Arbor, Mich. GEORGIA 27, #7 Florida 10 ............................. Jacksonville, Fla. #7 GEORGIA 23, #5 Ga. Tech 14 ..................... ATHENS #4 GEORGIA 24, #10 SMU 9 ........................... @Dallas, Texas #17 GEORGIA 21, #13 Ole Miss 7 ................... ATHENS #5 GEORGIA 17, #12 Auburn 3 ........................ Auburn, Ala. GEORGIA 31, #8 Auburn 17 ............................. Auburn, Ala. GEORGIA 31, #19 N.C. State 12 ...................... ATHENS GEORGIA 35, #11 Tennessee 31....................... Knoxville, Tenn. GEORGIA 17, #18 Maryland 16 ....................... >Atlanta GEORGIA 17, #6 Florida 16 ............................. Jacksonville, Fla. GEORGIA 10, #11 Florida 7 ............................. Jacksonville, Fla. #16 GEORGIA 36, #15 California 24................ ATHENS #6 GEORGIA 21, #10 Alabama 0...................... ATHENS #7 GEORGIA 31, #20 Cincinnati 17 ................. ATHENS #7 GEORGIA 41, #10 Florida 27 ...................... Jacksonville, Fla. GEORGIA 24, #11 LSU 17 ............................... Baton Rouge, La. GEORGIA 21, #13 LSU 14 ............................... ATHENS #4 GEORGIA 13, #14 S. Carolina 10 ................ ATHENS #2 GEORGIA 26, #20 Florida 21 ...................... Jacksonville, Ala. #1 GEORGIA 17, #7 Notre Dame 10 ................ $New Orleans, La. #6 GEORGIA 13, #16 Clemson 7...................... ATHENS #3 GEORGIA 44, #20 Florida 0 ........................ Jacksonville, Fla. #15 GEORGIA 19, #20 UCLA 8 ....................... ATHENS #4 GEORGIA 10, #9 Florida 9 .......................... Jacksonville, Fla. #7 GEORGIA 10, #2 Texas 9............................. @Dallas, Texas #20 GEORGIA 26, #2 Clemson 23.................... ATHENS #17 GEORGIA 24, #1 Florida 3 ........................ Jacksonville, Fla. GEORGIA 20, #8 Auburn 16 ............................. Auburn, Ala. #10 GEORGIA 23, #17 Florida 10 .................... Jacksonville, Fla. #12 GEORGIA 28, #18 Tennessee 17 ............... ATHENS GEORGIA 17, #20 Florida 10 ........................... Jacksonville, Fla. GEORGIA 27, #6 Clemson 12........................... ATHENS #22 GEORGIA 37, #23 Ole Miss 17 ................. Oxford, Miss. #8 GEORGIA 21, #15 Ohio State 14 ................. &Orlando, Fla. GEORGIA 56, #20 Auburn 49 (4 OT) ............... Auburn, Ala. #14 GEORGIA 37, #6 Florida 17 ...................... Jacksonville, Fla. #12 GEORGIA 28, #6 LSU 27. ........................ Baton Rouge, La. #19 GEORGIA 35, #13 Virginia 33..... .............. >Atlanta #21 GEORGIA 20, #16 Ole Miss 17 ................. Oxford, Miss. #21 GEORGIA 28, #19 Purdue 25 OT .............. ~Tampa, Fla. #19 GEORGIA 21, #21 Tennessee 10 .............. ATHENS GEORGIA 26, #6 Tennessee 24 ........................ Knoxville, Tenn. #19 GEORGIA 31, #21 Ga. Tech 17 ................. Atlanta #7 GEORGIA 27, #22 Alabama 25.................... ..Tuscaloosa, Ala. #6 GEORGIA 18, #10 Tennessee 13 ................. ATHENS #7 GEORGIA 24, #24 Auburn 21 ...................... Auburn, Ala. #4 GEORGIA 30, #22 Arkansas 3 .................... Atlanta, Ga. (SEC) #4 GEORGIA 26, #16 Florida St. 13 ................ $New Orleans, La. #8 GEORGIA 31, #25 South Carolina 7............ ATHENS #8 GEORGIA 41, #13 Tennessee 14 ................ Knoxville, Tenn. #11 GEORGIA 34, #12 Purdue 27 (OT) .......... &Orlando, Fla. #3 GEORGIA 45, #13 LSU 16 .......................... ATHENS #8 GEORGIA 24, #16 Wisconsin 21 ................. &Orlando, Fla. #9 GEORGIA 48, #19 Boise State 13................ ATHENS #5 GEORGIA 27, #7 Tennessee 14 ................... Knoxville, Tenn. #13 GEORGIA 14, #24 Georgia Tech 7 ............ Atlanta #13 GEORGIA 34, #3 LSU 14 .......................... Atlanta (SEC) GEORGIA 37, #5 Auburn 15 ............................. Auburn, Ala. GEORGIA 15, #16 Georgia Tech 12 ................. ATHENS GEORGIA 31, #14 Virginia Tech 24 ................. ^Atlanta, Ga. #22 GEORGIA 26, #16 Alabama 23 (OT)......... Tuscaloosa, Ala. #20 GEORGIA 42, #9 Florida 30 ...................... Jacksonville, Fla. #10 GEORGIA 45, #18 Auburn 20 .................... ATHENS #8 GEORGIA 24, #22 Kentucky 13 .................. ATHENS #4 GEORGIA 41, #10 Hawaii 10 ...................... $New Orleans, La. #10 GEORGIA 24, #22 Vanderbilt 14 ............... ATHENS #9 GEORGIA 52, #11 LSU 38 .......................... Baton Rouge, La. #15 GEORGIA 24, #18 Mich. State 12 ............. &Orlando, Fla. GEORGIA 30, #7 Georgia Tech 24 ................... Atlanta, Ga.

*Rose Bowl; %Oil Bowl; $Sugar Bowl; +Orange Bowl; @Cotton Bowl; <Sun Bowl; >Peach Bowl; ^Chick-Fil-A Bowl; )Tangerine Bowl; &Citrus Bowl/Capital One Bowl; ~Outback Bowl; SEC=SEC Championship Game, Georgia Dome.


GEORGIA VS. RANKED OPPONENTS BULLDOGS VS. RANKED OPPONENTS AT SANFORD STADIUM (29-43-2)

Date Nov. 28, 1942 Oct. 13, 1946 Nov. 2, 1946 Nov. 30, 1946 Sept. 23, 1950 Oct. 7, 1950 Oct. 13, 1951 Oct. 11, 1952 Nov. 29, 1952 Dec. 1, 1956 Nov. 14, 1959 Sept. 23, 1961 Sept. 21, 1963 Nov. 16, 1963 Oct. 17, 1964 Sept. 18, 1965 Nov. 26, 1966 Oct. 12, 1968 Nov. 2, 1968 Nov. 1, 1969 Nov. 15, 1969 Oct. 10, 1970 Nov. 24, 1970 Nov. 13, 1971 Oct. 7, 1972 Nov. 4, 1972 Sept. 29, 1973 Sept. 11, 1976 Oct. 2, 1976 Oct. 30, 1976 Oct. 22, 1977 Oct. 13, 1979 Nov. 17, 1979 Nov. 1, 1980 Sept. 6, 1982 Sept. 3, 1983 Nov. 12, 1983

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Game #5 GEORGIA 34, #2 Ga. Tech 0 #8 GEORGIA 28, #18 Kentucky 23 #5 GEORGIA 14, #15 Alabama 0 #3 GEORGIA 35, #7 Ga. Tech 7 GEORGIA 27, #15 Maryland 7 GEORGIA 0, #11 UNC 0 #10 Maryland 43, GEORGIA 7 #4 Maryland 37, #19 GEORGIA 0 #3 Ga. Tech 23, GEORGIA 9 #4 Ga. Tech 35, GEORGIA 0 #12 GEORGIA 14, #8 Auburn 13 #3 Alabama 32, GEORGIA 6 #3 Alabama 32, GEORGIA 7 #9 Auburn 14, GEORGIA 0 #10 Fla. State 17, GEORGIA 14 GEORGIA 18, #5 Alabama 17 #7 GEORGIA 23, #5 Ga. Tech 14 #17 GEORGIA 21, #13 Ole Miss 7 #7 GEORGIA 10, #15 Houston 10 #3 Tennessee 17, #11 GEORGIA 3 #11 Auburn 16, #16 GEORGIA 3 #5 Ole Miss 31, GEORGIA 21 #16 Georgia Tech, GEORGIA 7 #6 Auburn 35, #7 GEORGIA 20 #4 Alabama 25, GEORGIA 7 #13 Tennessee 14, GEORGIA 0 GEORGIA 31, #19 N.C. State 12 #16 GEORGIA 36, #15 California 24 #6 GEORGIA 21, #10 Alabama 0 #7 GEORGIA 31, #20 Cincinnati 17 #8 Kentucky 33, GEORGIA 0 GEORGIA 21, #13 LSU 14 #15 Auburn 33, GEORGIA 13 #4 GEORGIA 13, #14 S. Carolina 10 #6 GEORGIA 13, #16 Clemson 7 #15 GEORGIA 19, #20 UCLA 8 #3 Auburn 13, #4 GEORGIA 7

Sept. 22, 1984 Nov. 16, 1985 Oct. 10, 1987 Nov. 14, 1987 Sept. 3, 1988 Nov. 18, 1989 Oct. 13, 1990 Dec. 1, 1990 Oct. 5, 1991 Sept. 12, 1992 Nov. 13, 1993 Sept, 10, 1994 Sept. 30, 1995 Oct. 28, 1995 Nov. 11, 1995 Oct. 12, 1996 Nov. 15, 1997 Oct. 10, 1998 Nov. 21, 1998 Oct. 7, 2000 Nov. 25, 2000 Sept. 8, 2001 Nov. 10, 2001 Oct. 12, 2002 Sept. 13, 2003 Oct. 2, 2004 Oct. 9, 2004 Sept. 9, 2005 Nov. 12, 2005 Oct. 7, 2006 Nov. 25, 2006 Nov. 10, 2007 Nov. 17, 2007 Sept. 27, 2008 Oct. 18, 2008 Nov. 29, 2008 Oct. 3, 2009

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#20 GEORGIA 26, #2 Clemson 23 #14 Auburn 24, #12 GEORGIA 10 #7 LSU 26, #16 GEORGIA 23 #12 Auburn 27, #8 GEORGIA 11 #12 GEORGIA 28, #18 Tennessee 17 #10 Auburn 20, GEORGIA 3 #24 Ole Miss 28, GEORGIA 12 #2 Ga. Tech 40, GEORGIA 23 GEORGIA 27, #6 Clemson 12 #20 Tennessee 34, #14 GEORGIA 31 #7 Auburn 42, GEORGIA 28 #19 Tennessee 41, GEORGIA 23 #20 Alabama 31, GEORGIA 0 #3 Florida 52, GEORGIA 17 #20 Auburn 37, GEORGIA 31 #7 Tennessee 29, GEORGIA 17 #16 Auburn 45, #7GEORGIA 34 #5 Tennessee 22, #7 GEORGIA 3 #17 Ga. Tech 21, #12 GEORGIA 19 #19 GEORGIA 21, #21 Tennessee 10 #18 Ga. Tech 25, #19 GEORGIA 17 #21 South Carolina 14, #25 GEORGIA 9 #24 Auburn 24, #19 GEORGIA 17 #6 GEORGIA 18, #10 Tennessee 13 #8 GEORGIA 31, #25 South Carolina 7 #3 GEORGIA 45, #13 LSU 16 #17 Tennessee 19, #3 GEORGIA 14 #9 GEORGIA 48, #19 Boise State 13 #15 Auburn 31, #9 GEORGIA 30 #10 GEORGIA 33, #13 Tennessee 51 GEORGIA 15, #16 Georgia Tech 12 #10 GEORGIA 45, #18 Auburn 20 #8 GEORGIA 24, #22 Kentucky 13 #8 Alabama 41, #3 GEORGIA 30 #10 GEORGIA 24, #22 Vanderbilt 14 #18 Ga. Tech 45, #13 GEORGIA 42 #4 LSU 20, #18 GEORGIA 13

Historical Notes: 1950 was the first year of a preseason poll; 1961-67, AP only compiled a Top 10 poll; In 1968, AP returned to a Top 20; In 1989, they expanded the poll to a Top 25.

Georgia Streaks

GEORGIA’S LONGEST WINNING STREAKS G Year(s) Beginning Win ............................Ending Loss

17 15 15 11 11 G 17 15 15 12

G 28 15 15

1945-47 1941-42 1979-81 2007-08 1982

34-7 over Chattanooga 11/4/45 .......... 14-7 to N. Carolina 9/27/47 7-0 over Auburn 11/1/41 .................... 27-13 to Auburn 11/21/42 16-3 over Georgia Tech 11/24/79 ....... 13-3 to Clemson 9/19/81 20-17 over Vanderbilt 10/13/07 ......... 41-30 to Alabama 9/27/08 13-7 over Clemson 9/6/82 .................. 27-23 to Penn State 1/1/83

GEORGIA’S LONGEST UNBEATEN STREAKS

Year(s) Wins Ties ... Beginning Win/Tie ....................Ending Loss 1945-47 17 0 ...... 34-7 over Chattanooga 11/4/45 ..14-7 to N. C. 9/27/47 1941-42 15 0 ...... 7-0 over Auburn 11/1/41 ............. 27-13 to Auburn 11/21/42 1979-81 15 0 ...... 16-3 over Georgia Tech 11/24/79 ...13-3 to Clemson 9/19/81 1919-21 10 2 ...... 0-0 with Clemson 11/27/19 ........10-7 to Harvard 10/15/21

GEORGIA’S LONGEST REGULAR SEASON UNBEATEN STREAKS

Year(s) Wins Ties ... Beginning Win...........................Ending Loss 1981-83 27 1 ...... 24-0 over South Carolina 9/26/81..13-7 to Auburn 11/12/83 1945-47 15 0 ...... 34-7 over Chattanooga 11/4/45 ..14-7 to N. Ca. 9/27/47 1967-69 13 2 ...... 17-0 over Auburn 11/18/67 .........25-17 to Ole Miss 10/11/69

GEORGIA’S LONGEST SEC WINNING STREAKS

G Year(s) 23 1980-83 9 1945-47 G 23 11 9

Beginning Win ............................. Ending Loss 16-15 over Tennessee 9/6/80 ......... 13-7 to Auburn 11/12/83 34-0 over Florida 11/11/45 ............ 26-0 to Kentucky 10/11/47

GEORGIA’S LONGEST SEC UNBEATEN STREAKS

Year(s) 1980-83 1978-79 1945-47

WinsTies Beginning Win............. Ending Loss 23 0 ...... 16-15 over Tennessee 9//80 13-7 to Auburn 11/12/83 10 1 ...... 42-3 over Ole Miss 10/7/78 33-13 to Auburn 11/17/79 9 0 ...... 34-0 over Florida 11/11/45 26-0 to Kentucky 10/11/47

G 24 17 12 12 12 G 24 22 17 17 G 8 7 7 6 6 G 10 7 7 7

GEORGIA’S LONGEST HOME WINNING STREAKS

Year(s) 1980-83 2001-04 1920-22 1958-60 1975-77

Beginning Win .................................... Ending Loss 42-0 over Texas A&M 9/13/80 ............. 13-7 to Auburn 11/12/83 35-7 over Houston 12/1/01 ................... 19-14 to #17 Tenn. 10/9/04 40-0 over The Citadel 10/2/20.............. 12-0 to Vanderbilt 11/18/22 28-0 over Kentucky 10/25/58 ............... 32-6 to Alabama 9/23/61 28-6 over Mississippi State 9/20/75 ..... 7-6 to Clemson 9/17/77

GEORGIA’S LONGEST HOME UNBEATEN STREAKS Year(s) 1980-83 1908-14 2001-04 1919-22

Wins Ties .. Beginning Win........................Ending Loss 24 0 ..... 42-0 over Texas A&M 9/13/80 ... 13-7 to Auburn 11/12/83 20 2 ..... 16-0 over Dahlonega 10/3/08 ... 9-0 to Miss. A&M 10/31/14 17 0 ..... 35-7 over Houston 12/1/01 ......... 19-14 to #17 Tenn. 10/9/04 15 2 ..... 28-0 over The Citadel 10/4/19.... 12-0 to Vanderbilt 11/18/22

GEORGIA’S LONGEST ROAD WINNING STREAKS

Year(s) ..........Beginning Win ............................... Ending Loss 1997-98.........34-13 over Vandy 10/18/97............. 38-7 to Fla. (Jax) 10/31/98 2007-08.........20-17 over Vandy 10/13/07............. 49-10 to Fla. (Jax) 11/1/08 1970-71.........19-3 over Kentucky 10/24/70 ......... 24-13 to Tulane 9/23/72 1979-80.........24-21 over Ole Miss 10/6/79 .......... 13-3 to Clemson 9/19/81 1981-82.........37-7 over Ole Miss 10/10/81 .......... 16-16 with Clemson 9/17/83

GEORGIA’S LONGEST ROAD UNBEATEN STREAKS

Year(s) Wins Ties .. Beginning Win........................Ending Loss 1981-83 9 1 ..... 37-7 over Ole Miss 10/10/81 ....... 17-10 to S. Carolina 9/29/84 2007-08 7 0 ..... 20-17 over Vandy 10/13/07 .....49-10 to Fla. (Jax) 11/1/08 1962-63 5 2 ..... 10-0 over Vanderbilt 9/29/62 ..... 28-7 to N. Carolina 11/2/63 1970-71 7 0 ..... 19-3 over Kentucky 10/24/70 ..24-13 to Tulane 9/23/72

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ANNUAL TEAM YARDAGE Offense RUSHING RUSH PASSING PASS TOTAL YARDS 2093 1928 2305 1656 2108 1882 1889 1954 1787 1451 1749 1674 1869 1471 1634 1414 1181 2584 1863 1667 1537 2788 3019 2802 3249 2227 2528 3023 3102 2647 2117 2364 2199 3075 3267 2610 2018 2012 3337 1727 1885 1988 2273 1953 1534 1573 898 982 1043 1297 1602 2028 1531 1495 1145 1582 1398 1867 1736 1978

P/GAME 161.0 148.3 177.3 127.4 162.2 156.8 134.9 139.6 162.5 131.9 159.0 152.2 169.9 133.7 148.5 128.5 107.4 234.9 169.4 151.6 139.7 252.5 274.5 254.8 295.3 202.4 229.8 274.8 282.0 240.6 197.9 197.0 199.9 279.5 273.3 217.5 168.2 183.2 278.1 172.7 188.5 198.8 227.3 195.3 153.4 157.3 89.8 98.2 104.3 129.7 160.2 202.8 135.1 149.5 114.5 158.2 127.1 169.7 157.8 179.8

YARDS 2615 3610 2579 2397 2977 2972 3435 3435 2974 2365 2827 2745 2890 2536 2377 3721 3552 2370 2428 1436 1928 1450 1307 1586 1005 1205 1269 978 1810 1452 1312 1259 635 958 695 1567 1064 1452 773 1627 1193 1929 826 881 938 582 1319 1194 920 1286 1149 860 569 445 1156 460 1575 1878 1618 918

P/GAME YARDS 201.2 4708 277.7 5538 198.4 4884 184.4 4053 229.0 5085 247.6 4854 245.4 5324 245.4 5389 270.4 4761 215.0 3816 257.0 4576 249.5 4419 262.7 4759 230.5 4007 216.0 4011 338.3 5135 322.9 4733 215.5 4954 220.7 4291 130.6 3103 175.3 3465 131.8 4228 118.9 4326 144.2 4388 91.3 4254 109.5 3432 115.3 3797 88.9 4001 164.5 4912 132.0 4099 119.3 3489 104.9 3623 57.7 2834 87.1 4033 57.9 3962 130.6 4177 86.7 3082 132.0 3464 64.4 4110 162.7 3354 119.3 3078 192.9 3917 82.6 3099 88.1 2834 93.8 2472 58.2 2155 131.9 2217 119.4 2176 92.0 1963 128.6 2583 114.9 2751 86.0 2688 56.9 2100 44.5 1940 115.6 2301 46.0 2042 143.2 2973 170.7 3745 147.1 3354 83.5 2896

Defense

YEAR 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950

RUSHING RUSH YARDS P/GAME 1640 121.2 1590 122.3 1890 109.9 1407 108.2 1870 143.8 1282 106.9 1433 102.4 1596 114.0 1197 108.8 1222 111.1 1150 104.5 1508 137.1 1263 114.8 1648 149.8 1498 136.2 2264 205.8 2171 197.4 1796 163.3 1841 167.4 2327 211.6 1678 152.6 1358 123.4 1407 127.9 1508 137.1 1095 99.5 1689 153.5 1493 135.7 1565 142.3 797 72.5 1540 140.0 2206 200.5 2229 185.8 2186 198.7 1687 153.4 2323 193.6 2730 227.5 2463 205.3 1712 155.6 1078 89.8 1137 113.7 1402 140.2 988 98.8 1179 117.9 976 97.6 1525 152.5 1073 107.3 1424 142.4 1789 178.9 1385 138.5 1720 172.0 1336 121.5 1380 138.0 1616 161.6 2233 223.3. 1426 142.6 1685 168.5 2322 232.2 2378 216.2 2062 206.2 1188 99.0

PASSING PASS TOTAL YARDS P/GAME YARDS 2772 213.2 4412s 2466 189.7 4056 2773 213.3 4202 1950 150.0 3357 2205 169.6 4075 2184 182.0 3466 2443 175.5 3876 2653 189.5 4249 2779 252.6 3976 2227 202.5 3449 3059 278.1 4209 2373 215.7 3881 2543 231.2 3806 2235 113.0 3883 2334 212.2 3832 2071 188.3 4335 2029 184.5 4200 1699 154.4 3495 1871 170.1 3712 2093 185.4 4366 2150 195.5 3828 2546 231.4 3904 2337 212.4 3744 2180 198.2 3688 2322 211.0 3417 1871 170.1 3560 1861 169.2 3534 2049 186.3 3614 2086 189.6 2883 1829 166.3 3369 1663 151 3867 1436 119.7 3665 1156 105.1 3342 1295 117.7 2982 1057 80.1 3380 99.3 3922 1192 642 53.5 3105 1413 128.5 3125 1499 124.9 2577 1505 150.5 2642 1357 135.7 2759 1363 136.3 2351 947 94.7 2126 1151 115.1 2127 1257 125.7 2782 1134 113.4 2207 1276 127.6 2700 1158 115.8 2947 910 91.0 2316 882 88.2 2602 754 68.5 2090 673 67.3 2053 940 94.0 2556 683 68.3 2916 947 94.7 2373 702 70.2 2387 1101 110.1 3423 1265 115.0 3330 1145 114.5 2905 1116 101.5 2305


THE LONGEST Yds. 89 89 87 86 86 85 84 81 80 80 80 80 80 80 79 79 78 78 77 76 76 76 75 75 Yds. 93 93 93 92 91 90 89 87 86 85 85 84 83 81 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 79 79 78 77 77 77 76 76 75 74 74 74 74 73 73 73 Yds. 100 100 99 99 96 96 96 95 93 93 91 90 89 89 87 86 85 83 82 81

RUSHING TDs

Name Tim Worley Johnny Griffith Kirby Moore Charlie Smith Charley Trippi Billy Mixon James Ray Willie McClendon Richard Samuel Knowshon Moreno Robert Edwards Frank Harvey Bruce Kemp Charlie Smith Horace King Lauren Hargrove Robert Arnaud Glynn Harrison Tim Worley Herschel Walker Herschel Walker Bobby Dellinger Caleb King Garrison Hearst

Opponent Florida Furman South Carolina Kentucky Georgia Tech Boston College South Carolina South Carolina Arkansas Troy Kentucky Florida Tennessee Chattanooga Ole Miss Auburn Kent State Georgia Tech TCU South Carolina Texas A&M Miami Georgia Tech Georgia Southern

PASSING TDs

Year 1985 1946 1967 1945 1942 1950 1971 1978 2009 2007 1997 1992 1968 1945 1974 1951 1998 1975 1988 1980 1980 1952 2009 1992

QB-receiver, Opponent Year David Greene-Tyson Browning, LSU.................2003 Greg Talley-Kevin Maxwell, Vanderbilt .............1989 Buck Belue-Lindsay Scott, Florida .....................1980 Kirby Moore-Randy Wheeler, Auburn ...............1965 Buck Belue-Amp Arnold, Kentucky ...................1980 Frank Sinkwich-Lamar Davis, Cincinnati ..........1942 Charlie Britt-George Guisler, S. Carolina ...........1958 Ray Goff-Gene Washington, Kentucky ..............1976 Matt Robinson-R. Appleby, Ole Miss .................1974 Cory Phillips-Damien Gary, Kentucky ...............2000 Matt Robinson-Gene Washington, Clemson .......1976 Matthew Stafford-Mohammed Massaquoi, Florida ..2007 John Rauch-Eli Maricich, Alabama ....................1947 Greg Talley-Arthur Marshall, William & Mary ..1988 Quincy Carter-Brett Millican, Kentucky ...........1999 Quincy Carter-Michael Greer, Auburn ...............1998 Eric Zeier-Hรกson Graham, Vanderbilt.................1993 Eric Zeier-Hรกson Graham, Texas Tech ...............1993 Buck Belue-Lindsay Scott, Georgia Tech ...........1981 Richard Appleby-Gene Washington, Florida ......1975 Frank Sinkwich-Lamar Davis, Cincinnati ..........1942 Maurice Green-Henry Wagnon, Tulane ..............1934 Eric Zeier-Juan Daniels, Auburn.........................1994 Homer Key-Cy Grant, Georgia Tech ..................1933 James Jackson-Fred Lane, Clemson ...................1986 Eric Zeier-Hason Graham, South Carolina .........1994 Larry Rakestraw-Frank Lankewicz, Clemson ....1962 Dick Young-Laneair Roberts, Auburn ................1955 Eric Zeier-Hรกson Graham, Auburn .....................1993 Zeke Bratkowski-Harry Babcock, B.C. ..............1951 Ray Goff-Gene Washington, Ole Miss ...............1976 James Jackson-Cassius Osborn, LSU .................1987 Matt Robinson-Gene Washington, Ole Miss ......1974 James Ray-Hal Bissell, Ole Miss ........................1972 Larry Rakestraw-Don Porterfield, Clemson .......1962 Preston Jones-Rodney McCoy, Temple ..............1989 Moore-Hodgson-Taylor, Alabama ......................1965 James Jackson-Fred Lane, Kentucky ..................1984

KICKOFF RETURN TDs

Name Brandon Boykin Brandon Boykin Thomas Brown Lindsay Scott Lamar Davis Jimmy Campagna Gene Washington Vassa Cate Tim Worley Bill Hartman Fred Gibson Floyd Reid Johnny Rauch Andre Hastings Kent Lawrence Gene Washington Gene Littleton Vassa Cate Asher Allen Brandon Boykin

Opponent Tennessee South Carolina Tennessee LSU Tulane Auburn Clemson South Carolina Ole Miss Georgia Tech Clemson Clemson Wake Forest Kentucky VMI N.C. State The Citadel Mercer Kentucky Texas A&M

Year 2009 2009 2006 1978 1940 1952 1973 1939 1988 1937 2002 1945 1945 1990 1966 1973 1958 1937 2007 2009

PUNT RETURN TDs

Yds. 100 92 90 90 88 87 86 86 85 82 81

Name Jimmy Campagna Prince Miller Jake Scott Zippy Morocco Eli Maricich Buck Cheves Mickey Henderson Jerry Nunnally Lamar Davis Preston Ridlehuber Johnny Cook

Opponent Vanderbilt Alabama Tennessee Furman North Carolina Alabama (blk. drop kick) Tennessee Centre Dartmouth Vanderbilt VMI

Yds. 100 99 89 87 82 81 81 80 80 78 78

Name Charlie Britt Odell Thurman Steve Hughes Joe Burson Jermaine Phillips Carlos Yancy Gary Moss Fred Bilyeu Joe Jackura Demarcus Dobbs Kentrell Curry

Yds. 60 59 58 58 57 57 57 56 55 55 54 54 54 54 53 53 53 52 52 52 52 52 52 52 52 52 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50

Name Kevin Butler Kevin Butler Brandon Coutu Allan Leavitt Kevin Butler Rex Robinson Rex Robinson Brandon Coutu Brandon Coutu Billy Bennett Hap Hines Hap Hines Allan Leavitt Peter Rajecki Blair Walsh John Kasay Rex Robinson Blair Walsh Blair Walsh Brandon Coutu Billy Bennett Kevin Butler Kevin Butler Kevin Butler Allan Leavitt Durward Pennington Blair Walsh Brandon Coutu Brandon Coutu Hap Hines Steve Crumley Kevin Butler Kevin Butler Kevin Butler Rex Robinson Rex Robinson Allan Leavitt Allan Leavitt Allan Leavitt Blair Walsh Blair Walsh Billy Bennett Steve Crumley Steve Crumley Kevin Butler Kevin Butler Rex Robinson

Yds. 87 82 80 79 79 78 77 77 76 75

Name Spike Jones Bill Hartman Don Golden Charley Trippi Jake Saye Bobby Walden Brian Mimbs Zeke Bratkowski Don Golden Drew Butler

INTERCEPTED PASS TDs Opponent Florida Auburn The Citadel Auburn Ole Miss NE Louisiana Boston College (bowl) North Carolina Alabama Georgia Southern New Mexico State

FIELD GOALS

Opponent Clemson Ole Miss La.-Monroe Vanderbilt Georgia Tech South Carolina Georgia Tech Kentucky UAB Arkansas Central Florida Kentucky Alabama Miss. State Oklahoma State Temple Alabama Tennessee Georgia Southern Hawaii (bowl) LSU (SEC Champ.) Miss. State Ole Miss Georgia Tech Auburn Kentucky Auburn Virginia Tech LSU Ole Miss Florida Clemson Vanderbilt Florida South Carolina Vanderbilt Auburn N.C. State Ole Miss South Carolina LSU Alabama South Carolina Auburn Georgia Tech Auburn Kentucky

PUNTS

Opponent Auburn Tulane Kentucky Auburn FSU The Citadel South Carolina Auburn Tennessee Oklahoma State

Year 1952 2008 1968 1950 1949 1920 2006 1941 1941 1965 1943 Year 1959 2003 1939 1962 2001 1994 1986 1951 1948 2008 2002 Year 1984 1982 2005 1976 1984 1980 1980 2005 2006 2001 1999 1996 1973 1970 2009 1989 1977 2009 2008 2007 2003 1983 1981 1981 1974 1961 2008 2006 2005 1999 1987 1984 1984 1983 1980 1979 1975 1973 1973 2009 2008 2003 1986 1985 1984 1982 1980 Year 1967 1937 1973 1945 1961 1958 2008 1951 1973 2009

HOMECOMING GAMES 1922-28 (Sanford Field)

1922, Nov. 18.................. 0 1923, Nov. 11 .................. 13 1924, Nov. 1................... 33 1925 Oct. 24 ................... 26 1926, Oct. 30 .................. 32 1927, Oct. 1 ................... 32 1928, Oct. 27 .................. 20

Vanderbilt Virginia Tennessee Vanderbilt Florida Virginia Tulane

12 0 0 7 9 0 14

1929-2008 (Sanford Stadium)

1929, Nov. 16 .................. 24 1930, Oct. 18 ................... 26 1931, Oct. 24 ................... 9 1932, Oct. 29 ................... 33 1933, Oct., 28 .................. 25 1934, Nov. 17................... 27 1935, Oct. 12 ................... 31 1936, Oct. 31 ................... 0 1937, Oct. 23 ................... 19 1938, Nov. 26................... 0 1939, Oct. 14 ................... 0 1940, Nov. 30................... 21 1941, Nov. 22................... 35 1942, Nov. 28................... 34 1943, Nov. 5.................... 40 1944, Dec. 2 .................... 0 1945, Oct. 20 ................... 0 1946, Nov. 30................... 35 1947, Oct. 25 ................... 7 1948, Nov. 27................... 21 1949, Oct. 29 ................... 7 1950, Oct. 7 .................... 27 1951, Nov. 3.................... 14 1952, Nov. 29................... 9 1953, Oct. 31 ................... 12 1954, Oct. 16 ................... 16 1955, Oct. 29 ................... 35 1956, Oct. 27 ................... 7 1957, Nov. 2.................... 13 1958, Oct. 25 ................... 28 1959, Oct. 31 ................... 42 1960, Oct. 29 ................... 45 1961, Oct. 28 ................... 16 1962, Oct. 27 ................... 7 1963, Nov. 16................... 0 1964, Oct. 24 ................... 21 1965, Oct. 9 .................... 23 1966, Oct. 22 ................... 27 1967, Nov. 18................... 17 1968, Oct. 19 ................... 32 1969, Oct. 25 ................... 30 1970, Oct. 31 ................... 52 1971, Oct. 23 ................... 34 1972, Oct. 21 ................... 28 1973, Oct. 27 ................... 7 1974, Oct. 19 ................... 38 1975, Oct. 4 .................... 35 1976, Oct. 16 ................... 45 1977, Oct. 29 ................... 23 1978, Oct. 21 ................... 31 1979, Nov. 3.................... 0 1980, Oct. 18 ................... 41 1981, Oct. 24 ................... 21 1982, Oct. 16 ................... 27 1983, Oct. 29 ................... 31 1984, Nov. 3.................... 13 1985, Nov. 2.................... 58 1986, Nov. 1.................... 28 1987, Oct. 24 ................... 17 1988, Oct. 29 ................... 59 1989, Nov. 4.................... 37 1990, Oct. 20 ................... 39 1991, Oct. 26 .................. 49 1992, Oct. 17 ................... 30 1993, Oct. 23 ................... 33 1994, Oct. 15 ................... 30 1995 ,Oct. 21 ................... 12 1996, Oct. 19 ................... 13 1997, Oct. 18 ................... 23 1998, Oct. 17 ................... 31 1999, Oct. 23 ................... 49 2000, Oct. 14 ................... 29 2001, Oct. 20 ................... 43 2002, Oct. 19 ................... 48 2003, Oct. 25 ................... 16 2004, Oct. 16 ................... 33 2005, Oct. 22 ................... 23 2006, Oct. 14 ................... 22 2007, Nov. 3..................... 44 2008, Oct. 18 ................... 25 2009, Nov. 7..................... 38 Points Scored ............... 2226

Auburn North Carolina Vanderbilt Florida New York Univ. N. Carolina St. Furman Tennessee Mercer Georgia Tech Holy Cross Georgia Tech Dartmouth Georgia Tech Presbyterian Georgia Tech LSU Georgia Tech Alabama Georgia Tech Alabama Mississippi State Alabama Georgia Tech Alabama Vanderbilt Alabama Kentucky Alabama Kentucky Florida State Tulsa Kentucky Kentucky Auburn Kentucky Clemson Kentucky Auburn Vanderbilt Kentucky South Carolina Kentucky Vanderbilt Kentucky Vanderbilt Clemson Vanderbilt Richmond Vanderbilt Virginia Vanderbilt Kentucky Vanderbilt Temple Memphis State Tulane Richmond Kentucky William & Mary Temple Vanderbilt Kentucky Vanderbilt Kentucky Vanderbilt Kentucky Vanderbilt Kentucky Vanderbilt Kentucky Vanderbilt Kentucky Vanderbilt UAB Vanderbilt Arkansas Vanderbilt Troy Vanderbilt Tennessee Tech Points Allowed

0 0 0 12 0 0 7 46 0 0 13 19 0 0 12 44 32 7 17 13 14 0 16 23 33 14 14 14 14 0 0 7 15 7 14 7 9 15 0 6 0 34 0 3 12 31 7 0 7 10 31 0 0 13 14 3 3 13 14 24 10 28 27 20 28 43 3 2 13 6 34 19 29 17 13 3 20 24 34 14 0 1092

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SEC STATISTICAL CHAMPIONS iNDiViDUAL STATiSTicS

RUSHING CHAMPION

Year Name Att Yds Avg TD 1941 Frank Sinkwich 209 1103 91.9 8 (No SEC statistical champion is recognized for 1941; however, Sinkwich led the nation in rushing that season) (Ranked on Total Yards from 1948-69) (Ranked on Yards Per Game from 1970-present) Year Name G Att Yds Avg TD 1980 Herschel Walker 11 274 1616 146.9 15 1981 Herschel Walker 11 385 1891 171.9 20 1982 Herschel Walker 11 335 1752 159.3 17 1988 Tim Worley 11 191 1216 110.5 18 1992 Garrison Hearst 11 228 1547 140.6 19 2008 Knowshon Moreno 13 250 1400 107.7 16

PASSING CHAMPION

Year Player Cmp Att Int Pct Yds TD 1943 Johnny Cook 73 157 .465 1005 (No SEC statistical champion is recognized for 1943; however, Cook led the nation in passing that season) (Ranked on Total Yards from 1948-66) Year Player Cmp-Att Yds Pct Int TD 1948 John Rauch 71-141 1307 504 13 5 1952 Zeke Bratkowski 131-262 1824 .500 16 12 1953 Zeke Bratkowski 113-224 1461 .504 23 6 1955 Dick Young 48-97 875 .495 8 8 1960 Fran Tarkenton 108-185 1189 .584 12 7 1963 Larry Rakestraw 103-209 1297 .493 14 7 (Ranked on Passing Efficiency from 1967-present) Year Player Cmp-Att Yds Pct Int TD Rating 1974 Matt Robinson 60-121 1,317 .496 10 8 150.07 1980 Buck Belue 77-156 1,314 .493 9 11 131.80 1981 Buck Belue 114-188 1,603 .606 9 12 143.70 1992 Eric Zeier 151-258 2,248 .585 12 12 137.80 1997 Mike Bobo 199-306 2,751 .650 8 19 155.80 2002 David Greene 218-379 2,924 .575 8 22 137.26 2005 D.J. Shockley 173-310 2,588 .558 5 24 148.30

TOTAL OFFENSE CHAMPION

Year Player Rush Pass Net 1942 Frank Sinkwich 795 1392 2187 (No SEC statistical champion is recognized for 1942; however, Sinkwich led the nation in offense that season) (Ranked on Total Yards from 1948-69) Year Player Rush Pass Total 1948 John Rauch –117 1307 1190 1952 Zeke Bratkowski –50 1824 1774 1953 Zeke Bratkowski –45 1461 1416 1960 Fran Tarkenton 85 1189 1274 (Ranked on Yards Per Game from 1970-present) Year Player G Rush Pass Total Avg. 1993 Eric Zeier 11 -43 3525 3482 316.5 1994 Eric Zeier 11 61 3396 3457 314.3 2008 Matthew Stafford 13 40 3459 3499 269.2

RECEIVING CHAMPION

(Ranked on Total Yards from 1948-51) Year Player No. Yds. Avg. 1948 Bob Walston 25 525 21.0 1951 Harry Babcock 41 666 16.2 (Ranked on Total Catches from 1952-69) Year Player No. Yds. Avg. 1952 John Carson 32 467 14.6 1953 John Carson 45 663 14.7 1955 Jimmy Orr 24 443 18.5 1957 Jimmy Orr 16 237 14.8 1959 Bobby Towns 18 263 14.6 1960 Fred Brown 31 275 8.9 1963 Pat Hodgson 24 375 15.6 (Ranked on Catches Per Game from 1970-present) Year Player G No. Yds. Avg. 1993 Brice Hunter 11 76 970 12.8 1994 Brice Hunter 11 59 799 13.5 Year 1953 1958 1960 1969 2009

PUNTING CHAMPION

Name Zeke Bratkowski Bobby Walden Bobby Walden Spike Jones Drew Butler

No. 50 44 38 71 56

Yds. 2132 1991 1657 3092 2691

136

FGs 0 0 0 12

(Ranked on Points Per Game from 1970-present) Year Player G TDs PATs FGs Pts. 1975 Kevin McLee 10 10 0 0 60 1980 Herschel Walker 11 15 0 0 90 1981 Herschel Walker 11 20 0 0 120 1982 Herschel Walker 11 17 1 0 104 1988 Tim Worley 11 18 0 0 108 1992 Garrison Hearst 11 21 0 0 126 2002 Billy Bennett 14 0 52 26 130 2005 Brandon Coutu 13 0 45 23 114 Year 1974 1978 1989 Year 1960 1964 1968 1971 1976 1980 1987 1988 2004 2006

KICKOFF RETURN CHAMPION

Player Gene Washington Lindsay Scott Arthur Marshall

No. 28 20 16

Yds. 669 529 445

PUNT RETURNS CHAMPION

Player Bill Jackson Wayne Swinford Jake Scott Buzy Rosenberg Mark Mitchell Scott Woerner Nate Lewis Chuck Carswell Thomas Flowers Mikey Henderson

No. 9 34 35 35 20 31 14 31 16 25

Yds. 191 343 440 438 233 488 194 388 242 367

SCORING OFFENSE SCORING DEFENSE

Avg. 6.0 8.2 10.9 9.5 9.82 11.45 9.3 8.8 Avg. 23.9 26.5 27.8 Avg. 21.2 10.1 12.6 12.8 11.6 15.7 13.9 12.5 15.1 14.7

MiScELLANEOUS STATS PASSING YARDAGE PER GAME

Year – Player (Avg.) 2008 – Matthew Stafford (266.1)

RECEPTIONS PER GAME

Year – Player (Avg.) Year –Player (Avg.) 1944 – Reid Moseley (3.2) 1945 – Reid Moseley (3.1) (No SEC statistical champion is recognized for 1944-45; however, Moseley led the nation in catches those seasons)

RECEIVING YARDAGE PER GAME

Year – Player (Avg.) 1992 – Andre Hastings (78.1)

Year –Player (Avg.) 2008 – A.J. Green (74.1)

ALL PURPOSE YARDAGE

Year – Player (Avg.) Year –Player (Avg.) 1982 – Herschel Walker (170.6) 1988 – Tim Worley (142.0)

INTERCEPTIONS

Year – Player (No.) 1965 – Lynn Hughes (6) 1968 – Jake Scott (10) 1980 – Jeff Hipp (8) 1982 – Terry Hoage (12)

Year – Player (No.) 1989 – Ben Smith (10) 1998 – Kirby Smart (5) 2000 – Tim Wansley (6)

FIELD GOALS

Year – Player (No.) 1970 – Kim Braswell (13) 1981 – Kevin Butler (19) 2002 – Billy Bennett (26)

Year – Player (No.) 2003 – Billy Bennett (31) 2005 – Brandon Coutu (23)

TOTAL TACKLES

Year – Player (SOLO-AST=TOTAL) 1995 – Whit Marshall (76-52=128) 2009 – Rennie Curran (66-64=130) RPG 6.9 5.4 Avg. 42.6 45.3 43.6 43.5 48.1

SCORING CHAMPION

(Ranked on total points from 1933-69) Year Player TDs PATs 1942 Frank Sinkwich 16 0 1946 Charley Trippi 14 0 1948 Joe Geri 9 36 1966 Bobby Etter 0 21

TEAM STATiSTicS

SCORING CHAMPION (continued)

TACKLES FOR LOSS

Year – Player (TFL's / Avg.) 2002 – David Pollack (22 / 1.69) 2004 – David Pollack ( 18 / 1.50) 2006 – Charles Johnson (19 / 1.46)

QUARTERBACK SACKS

Year – Player (Sacks / Yds.) 2002 – David Pollack (14 / -99 yards) 2004 – David Pollack (12.5 / -91 yards) 2007 – Marcus Howard (10.5 / -101 yards)

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

PTs 96 84 90 57

Year – Player (Pct.) 2000 – Brett Kirouac (100.0)

Bold-face indicates also led NCAA

Year 1941 1942 1944 1946 1968 1976 1981 1992 2002

G 10 11 10 10 10 11 11 11 14

Pts. 279 367 269 372 282 324 352 352 450

Avg. 27.9 33.4 26.9 37.2 28.2 29.5 32.0 32.0 32.1

Year 1967 1968 1976 1981 1982 2002

G 10 10 11 11 11 14

Pts. 105 98 118 98 133 212

TOTAL OFFENSE

Year 1942

G 12

Plays

Year 1968 1981 1992 1994 1999

G 10 11 11 11 11

Year 1967 1968

G 10 10

Avg. 10.5 9.8 10.7 8.9 12.1 15.1

Rush 2554

Pass Total 2170 4724

Avg. 429.5

Plays 859 865 732 753 831

Rush 1988 3102 2584 1414 1749

Pass 1929 1810 2370 3721 2827

Total 3917 4912 4954 5135 4576

Avg. 391.7 446.5 450.4 466.8 416.0

Plays 647 650

Rush 1179 988

Pass Total 947 2126 1363 2351

Avg. 212.6 235.1

(No SEC statistical champion is recognized for 1942; however, UGA led the nation in total offense that season)

TOTAL DEFENSE

RUSHING OFFENSE RUSHING DEFENSE

Year 1966 1968 1976 1981 1982 1987 1988 1992

G 10 10 11 11 11 11 11 11

Yds. 1953 1988 3075 3102 3023 3016 2778 2584

Avg. 195.3 198.8 279.5 282.0 274.8 274.2 252.5 234.9

Year 1951 1952 1953 1955 1994 2008

G 10 11 11 10 11 13

Yds. 1618 1878 1575 1156 3721 3610

Avg. 161.8 170.7 143.2 115.6 338.3 277.7

Year No. Yds. 1988 36 867 1989 32 760

Avg. 24.1 23.8

Year 1986 2000 2001 2009

Net 40.9 39.5 40.7 41.9

PASSING OFFENSE

KICKOFF RETURNS NET PUNTING No. Avg. 41 44.1 58 42.2 44 43.9 56 48.1

Year 1971 1981 1985

G Yds. 11 1078 11 797 11 1095

Avg. 97.8 72.5 99.5

PASSING DEFENSE Year 1967 1969 2003

G Yds. Avg. 10 947 94.7 10 1357 135.7 14 2443 174.5

PUNT RETURNS

Year No. Yds. Avg. 1987 20 233 11.65 1988 31 388 12.5 2001 29 410 14.1 2004 29 399 13.8 2008 24 422 17.6

MiScELLANEOUS STATS

PASSING EFFICIENCY Year – Rating 2002 — 138.9 2005 — 144.0 QB SACKS Year – No. (Yds.) 2002 – 45 (-315) 2004 – 37 (-266) 2007 – 42 (-294) FEWEST QB SACKS ALLOWED Year – No. (Yds.) 2009 – 12 (-96) TACKLES FOR LOSS Year – No. (Yds.) 2002 – 116 (-519) FIRST DOWNS Year – No. (R/PA/PE) 2005 – 258 (82/148/27)

3RD CONVERSIONS Year – Pct. 1997 – .480 4TH CONVERSIONS Year – Pct. 2004 – .786 4TH DOWN DEFENSE Year – Pct. 1995 – .720 1996 – .820 TO MARGIN Year – Margin 1989 – 1.09 RED ZONE DEFENSE Year – Pct. 2002 – 58.8


ACCENT ON ACADEMICS NATIONAL FOOTBALL FOUNDATION POSTGRADUATE SCHOLARS 1. 2. 3.

GEORGIA .................11 Ole Miss ........................8 Florida State ..................7 LSU ...............................7 Tennessee ......................6 Florida ...........................6 7. North Carolina ..............5 Furman ..........................5 9. Vanderbilt ......................4 Virginia..........................4 Auburn ..........................4 South Carolina ..............4 Alabama ........................4 Kentucky .......................4 15. Clemson ........................3 N.C. State ......................3 Georgia Tech .................3

ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA FOOTBALL PLAYERS 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 11. 12. 14. 16.

Ole Miss .................22 LSU ........................21 Georgia Tech ..........18 GEORGIA.............17 Alabama .................17 Florida ....................16 Florida State ...........15 Duke .......................14 Vanderbilt ...............13 Furman ...................13 Auburn....................12 Arkansas .................11 Tennessee ...............11 Miss. State ................9 N.C. State .................9 Delta State ................7

COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA HALL OF FAME 2004 Terry Hoage, ROV

NCAA POST-GRADUATE SCHOLARS – FOOTBALL

NCAA POST-GRADUATE SCHOLARS – ALL SPORTS 1. 2. 3.

GEORGIA ..............55* Florida ........................36 North Carolina ...........26 Alabama .....................26 5. U. of the South ...........25 Tennessee ...................25 7. N.C. State ...................23 8. Virginia.......................17 9. Clemson .....................18 10. Kentucky ....................14

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GEORGIA..........13 U. of the South ....13 3. Furman ................10 Florida .................10 5. Ole Miss ................9 6. Georgia Tech .........6 7. Wake Forest ...........6 8. Miss. State .............5 Tennessee ..............5 Alabama ................5 10. Clemson.................4 UT-Chattanooga ....4 Vanderbilt ..............4

* Fifth nationally

TOTAL FOOTBALL ACADEMIC AWARD RECIPIENTS AMONG SOUTHERN SCHOOLS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

GEORGIA..............................................47 Ole Miss .................................................39 Florida ....................................................34 Furman ...................................................28 Georgia Tech ..........................................27 LSU ........................................................25 Alabama .................................................24 Vanderbilt ...............................................22 Tennessee ...............................................20 Auburn ...................................................15 N.C. State ...............................................14

Academic All-Stars ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS 1960 1965 1966 1966 1968 1971 1971 1975 1977 1981 1982 1983 1992 19921997 1998 19982000 2001 2002

Fran Tarkenton, QB Bob Etter, PK Lynn Hughes, S Bob Etter, PK Bill Stanfill, DT Tom Nash, OT Mixon Robinson, DE Glynn Harrison, RB Jeff Lewis, LB Terry Hoage, ROV (2nd team) Terry Hoage, ROV Terry Hoage, ROV Todd Peterson, PK Alec Millen, OT (2nd team) Matt Stinchcomb, OT Matt Stinchcomb, OT Kirby Smart, FS (2nd team) Jon Stinchcomb, OT (2nd team) Jon Stinchcomb, OT Jon Stinchcomb, OT

NATIONAL FOOTBALL FOUNDATION SCHOLAR-ATHLETE AWARDS 1966.......................... Bobby Etter PK 1967 ..............Tommy Lawhorne, LB 1968 ........................ Billy Payne, DE 1969 .................... Tim Callaway, DG 1970........................Tommy Lyons, C 1971 ...........................Tom Nash, OT 1977 ...........................Jeff Lewis, LB 1983 .................... Terry Hoage, ROV 1998 ................Matt Stinchcomb, OT 2002...................Jon Stinchcomb, OT 2004......................David Greene, QB

NCAA POST-GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP HONOREES 1968 1969 1971 1972 1972 1978 1980 1981 1983 1987 1988 1998 2002

Tommy Lawhorne, LB Billy Payne, DE Tommy Lyons, C Tom Nash, OT Mixon Robinson, DE Jeff Lewis, LB Jeff Pyburn, QB Chris Welton, ROV Terry Hoage, ROV Kim Stephens, OG Richard Tardits, LB Matt Stinchcomb, OT Jon Stinchcomb, OT

Matt and Jon Stinchcomb of Lilburn are two of Georgia's most decorated players in history. Both earned honors as All-America, Academic All-America, and selection to the AFCA National Good Works Team. Both also were named recipients of the NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship and National Football Foundation Post-Graduate Scholarship. Matt is currently with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers while Jon was drafted in 2003 by the New Orleans Saints.

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ACADEMIC ALL-SEC 1954

Len Spadifino, OG, Chemistry; Bob Clemens, FB, Agriculture

Turner, CB, Health and P.E.; George Wynn, CB, Criminal Justice

1955

Len Spadifino, OG, Chemistry

1956

George Whitton, HB, Commercial Art

1991 Scot Armstrong, P, Business; Preston Jones, QB, Business; Alec Millen, OT, Psychology; Steve Moore, WR, Mgt. Science; Todd Peterson, PK, Finance; Scott Rissmiller, SN, Biology; Jack Swan, OG, English; Greg Talley, QB, Speech Comm; George Wynn, CB, Criminal Justice

1957 Jimmy Orr, HB, Business Adm. 1959

Pat Dye, G, Physical Education; Fran Tarkenton, QB, Business Adm.

1960

Fran Tarkenton, QB, Business Adm.

1962 Billy Knowles, HB, Business Adm. 1963 Billy Knowles, HB, Business Adm. 1964 George Nowicki, E, History; Bob Etter, PK, Mathematics; Pat Hunnicutt, DB, Pre-Med 1965

Bob Etter, PK, Mathematics; Lynn Hughes, S, Accounting

1966 Bob Etter, PK, Mathematics; Kirby Moore, QB, Business Adm.; Tommy Lawhorne, LB, Pre-Med; Lynn Hughes, S, Accounting 1967 Billy Payne, T, Pre-Law; Kirby Moore, QB, Business Adm.; Tommy Lawhorne, LB, Pre-Med; Jake Scott, S, Business 1968 Bruce Yawn, C, Business; Billy Payne, E, Pre-Law; Bill Stanfill, DT, Education; Happy Dicks, LB, Pre-Med 1969 Tommy Lyons, C, Arts & Sciences; Lee Daniel, DT, Arts & Sciences; Tim Callaway, DG, Business 1970

Tom Nash, OT, Education; Tommy Lyons, C, Arts and Sciences

1971 Tom Nash, OT, Economics; Mixon Robinson, DE, Pre-Med; Chuck Heard, DT, Pre-Med 1972

Mac McWhorter, OG, Education; Len Ellspermann, DE, Business

1973

Mac McWhorter, OG, Education

1975 Hugh Hendrix, OG, Business; Glynn Harrison, RB, Pre-Law; Kevin McLee, RB, Education; Allan Leavitt, PK, Arts and Sciences; Dicky Clark, DE, Business Education 1976 Matt Robinson, QB, Journalism; Kevin McLee, RB, Education; Dicky Clark, DE, Business; Johnny Henderson, DB, Business; Ben Zambiasi, LB, Criminology 1977 Jeff Pyburn, QB, Liberal Arts; Jeff Lewis, LB, Pre-Law 1978 Mark Hodge, TE, Finance; Jeff Pyburn, QB, Liberal Arts; Steve Dennis, DE, Finance; Chris Welton, DB, Pre-Med 1979 Jeff Pyburn, QB, Liberal Arts; Jay Russell, SE, Physical Ed 1980 Frank Ros, LB, Business Ed.; Greg Bell, CB, General Business; Chris Welton, ROV, General Business 1981

Warren Gray, OT, Agriculture; Terry Hoage, ROV, Pre-Med

1982 Terry Hoage, ROV, Genetics; Jim Broadway, P, Finance 1983

Terry Hoage, ROV, Genetics; Warren Gray, OG, Agriculture

1984

Jeff Sanchez, SAF, Business; John Little, ROV, Business

1985 John Little, ROV, Marketing; Paul Messer, SN, Marketing 1985 Mike Brown, DB, Business Mgt.; Andy Loy, OLB, Distributive Education 1986 Rusty Beasley, CB, Business; Steve Harmon, SAF, Marketing; Kim Stephens, OG, Mathematics; Todd Williams, QB, Business Ed.; Rick Fromm, DB, Biology, Pre-Med 1987 Kevin Brown, TB, Business; Mike Brown, ROV, Management; Will Colley, DT, Bus. Management; Mark Lewis, SN, Accounting; George Mrvos, OG, Criminal Justice; Kim Stephens, OG, Mathematics; Richard Tardits, DE, Int. Business; Mark Vincent, CB, Finance 1988 Chris Broom, TE, Trade & Ind. Ed.; Melvin Henderson, OG, Anthropology; Mark Lewis, Snapper, Accounting; Richard Tardits, LB, Int. Business 1989 Chris Broom, TE, Trade & Industrial Ed.; Jimps Cole, SN, Math Ed.; Virgil Cole, OT, Criminal Justice; Lee Fincher, P, Risk Mgt. and Ins.; John Kasay, PK, Broadcast News 1990 Brian Bowers, PK, Pharmacy; Chris Broom, TE, Social Science Ed.; Torrey Evans, LB, Business; Preston Jones, QB, Business; John Kasay, PK, Broadcast News; Scott Rissmiller, SN, Psychology; Bill Rosenberg, OG, Accounting; Greg Talley, QB, Speech Comm.; Richard

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1992 Scot Armstrong, P, Business; Damon Evans, WR, Finance; Torrey Evans, LB, Finance; Robert Greene, WR, Environ. Health; Al Jackson, CB, Criminal Justice; Preston Jones, QB, Finance; Alec Millen, OT, Psychology; Todd Peterson, PK, Finance; Jason Pickett, LB, Accounting; Scott Rissmiller, SN, Biology; Bill Rosenberg, NG, Int. Business; Jack Swan, C, English; Chris Wilson, CB, Economics; Eric Zeier, QB, Business 1993 Robert Greene, WR, Environ. Health; Danny Ledbetter, MLB, Risk Mgt. & Ins.; Chris McCranie, DB, Speech Comm.; Will Muschamp, SS,Speech Comm.; Brett Pellock, P, Biology; Eric Zeier, QB, Business 1994 James Exley, OLB, Business; Bryan Jones, ILB, Business; Chris McCranie, FLK, Int. Business; Brett Pellock, P, Microbiology; Alandus Sims, FS, Political Science; Trey Sipe, CB, Ag. Engineering; Marcus Smith, FS, Pre-Med; James Warner, TE, Consumer Econ. 1995 Mike Bobo, QB, Business; Chris McCranie, SE, Business; Kirby Smart, FS, Business; Brian Smith, QB, Biology; Marcus Smith, SE, Microbiology; Troy Stark, TT, Consumer Econ.; Travis Stroud, NG, Business; Paul Taylor, TE, English; David Weeks, C, Business 1996 Mike Bobo, QB, Marketing; Derrick Byrd, BK, Consumer Econ.; Drew Cronic, SE, Math Education; Brent Davis, TE, Management; Douglas Hene, LB, Finance; Doug Huff, QB, Exercise Science; Ryan Krusac, PK, Art Education; Larry Mann, FS, Consumer Econ.; Chris McCranie, SE, Int. Business; Benjamin Puckett, , Biology; Ryan Sanderson, PK, MIS; Trey Sipe, SS, Biomed. Eng.; Kirby Smart, FS, Finance; Brian Smith, QB, Biology; Matt Stinchcomb, OT, Business; Spencer Thomas, SE, Landscape Arch.; Hines Ward, SE, Consumer Econ. 1997 Larry Brown, TE, Family & Consumer Sci.; Doug Hene, LB, Finance; Steve Herndon, OG, Bus. Ed.; Chad Holleman, PK, Gen. Bus.; Mark Johnson, PK, Biology; Matthew Knisely, LB, Gen. Bus.; Jeremy Lewis, OT, Gen. Bus.; Robert Matthews, SN, Ex. Sciences; Brett Millican, RB, Gen. Bus.; Brent Parks, QB, Pre-Law; Brady Pate, C, Arts & Sciences; Brad Register, BT, Bioengineering; Trey Sipe, SS, Bioengineering; Kirby Smart, FS, Finance; Paul Snellings, BK, Rec. & Leisure Studies; Matt Stinchcomb, OT, Gen.Bus.; Hines Ward, SE, Consumer Eco. 1998 Ronnie Bradley, RB, Child & Fam. Devel.; Adrian Goodman, LB, Child & Fam. Devel.; Brett Hansen, LB, Finance; Doug Hene, LB, Finance; Steve Herndon, OG,Business Ed.; Chad Holleman, PK, Finance; Jeremy Lewis, SN/OG, Gen. Business; Dustin Luckie, LB, Speech Comm.; Miles Luckie, C, Speech Comm.; Robert Matthews, SN, Exercise & Sports Sci.; Brett Millican, RB, Gen. Business; Brent Parks, QB, Pre-Law; Brady Pate, C, Finance; Brad Register, OG, Biology; Bruce Sills, OG/SN, Risk Mgt. and Ins.; Kirby Smart, SAF, Finance; Matt Stinchcomb, OT, Finance; Mike Usry, QB, Sports Studies 1999 Will Goldman, OT, Nutrition Sci.; Brett Hansen, SLB, Finance; Steve Herndon, OG, Bus. Edu.; Chad Holleman, PK, Physical Edu./ Sports Studies; Jonas Jennings, OT, Sports Studies; Dustin Luckie, DE, Speech Comm.; Brett Millican, RB, Finance; Jason Nesbit, DE, Man.Info. Systems; Brady Pate, C, Finance; Brad Register, OG, Microbiology; Jon Stinchcomb, OT, Pre-Med. 2000 David Claassen, P, Spanish; Benjamin Dukes, DL, Man. Info. Sys.; David Jacobs, DE, Housing; Jonas Jennings, OL, Sport Stud; Jevaris Johnson, TE, Child & Fam. Devel.; Brett Kirouac, P, Sports Business; Brett Millican, RB, Finance; Brady Pate, OL, Finance; Cory Robinson, CB, Speech Comm.; Jon Stinchcomb, OT, Microbio.; Kirby Towns, WR, Business 2001 Johnny Brown, RB, Sport Studies; David Claassen, P, Spanish; Ben Dukes, DL, Man.Info. Systems; Brett Kirouac, PK, Finance; Ben Lowe, OG, Tech. Studies; LaBrone Mitchell, FLK, Sport Studies; Jeremy Nelson, RB, Biology; Jason Nesbit, RB, Marketing; Jermaine Phillips, SS, Sport Studies; Braxton Snyder, RB, Sport Studies; Reggie Stargill, OG, Child & Fam. Devel.; Jon Stinchcomb, OT, Microbiology; Justin Womack, SS, Sport Studies 2002 Billy Bennett, PK, Finance; Jarrett Berry, FLK, Agricult. Business; David Claassen, P, Internat. Business; Ryan Davis, WC, Health and PE; Tony Gilbert, MLB, Special Education; David Greene, QB, Management; Jake Hooten, ST, Finance; Adam Johnson, FLK, Economics; Sean Jones, FS, Sport Studies; Brett Kirouac, PK, Finance; Ben Lowe, NG, Education; LaBrone Mitchell, SE, Sports Studies; Jared Noblet, DE, Sports Studies; Braxton Snyder, FB, Sports Studies; Jon Stinchcomb, ST, Microbology; Russ Tanner, C, Education; Jeremy Thomas, FB, English; J.T. Wall, FB, Sports Studies; Justin Womack, FS, Arts and Sciences 2003 Billy Bennett, PK, Management; Patrick Croffie, SC, Child & Fam. Devel.; Michael DiFiore, TE, Business; John DeGenova, SG,

Psychology; David Greene, QB, Risk Mgt. and Ins.; Derrick Holloway, LB, Economics; Jake Hooten, OT, Finance; John Huber, LB, Broadcast News; Lee Jackson, P, Housing; Marcus Jackson, DE, Business; Adam Johnson, FLK, Marketing; Brian Jordan, SN, Biological Science; William Koehler, SG, Mgt. Info. Systems; Adam Kohler, Journalism; Porter Lady, TG, Food Science; Bryan McClendon, FLK, Sport Studies; Martrez Milner, TE, Sport Studies; Ryan Schnetzer, SG, Biological Science; Joe Tereshinski, QB, Business; Jeremy Thomas, FB, English Reggie Weeks, TG, Management 2004 Sean Bailey, FLK, Business; John DeGenova, SG, Psychology; David Greene, QB, Risk Managment; Albert Hollis II, RB/DB, Agribusiness; Jacob Hooten,OT, Finance; Lee Jackson, P/H, Housing; Brian Jordan, SN, Pre-Med; William Koehler, NG, Mgm Info Sciences; Porter Lady, TG, Food Science; Bryan McClendon, SE, Rec & Lesisure St.; Bartley Miller,OG, Business; Quentin Moses, DE, Rec & Lesisure Study; Gary Rymer, TE, ; Ryan Schnetzer, C, Biological Sciences; D.J. Shockley, QB, Speech Comm.; Russ Tanner,C, Sports Studies; Joseph Tereshinski III,QB Finance; Jeremy Thomas, FB, English; Evan Wells, SE, Consumer Science; Stephen White, DE, Biology 2005 Benjamin Boyd, LB, Sports Studies; Jeff Busbee, LB, Business; John DeGenova, SG, Psychology; Chris Gaunder, LB, Biology; Mike Gilliam, DB, Agribusiness; Mikey Henderson, WR, Housing; Trahern Holden, TE, Middle School Ed.; Lee Jackson, H, Housing; Brian Jordan, SN, Biologicial Sciences; Charles Krauth, SE, Business; Justin Lyles, OL, Consumer Economics; Bryan McClendon, SE, Rec. & Leis. Stud.; Brian Mimbs, P, Business; Quentin Moses, DE, Rec. & Leis. Stud.; Joseph O'Keefe, SE, Finance; Mitchell Pittman, WR, Agribusiness; Ben Reaves, WR, Health & Phys. Education; Ryan Schnetzer, C, Biological Sciences; Ryan Sewell, SE, Risk Mgemt. & Insurance; D.J. Shockley, QB, Speech Communication; Brannan Southerland, FB, Business; Russ Tanner, C, Speech Communication; Joe Tereshinski III, QB, Risk Mgemt. & Ins.; Brett Thomason, FB, Sports Studies; Stephen White, DE, Biology; Des Williams, FB, Consumer Economics 2006 Sean Bailey, FLK, Real Estate; Dale Dixson, DT, Psychology; Kris Durham, SE, Sport Studies; Gordon Ely-Kelso, P, Geography Chris Gaunder, LB, Biology; Mikey Henderson, FLK, Housing; Trahern Holden, TE, Middle School Education; Evan Kobialka, FLK, Risk Mgmt. & Insurance; Justin Lyles, DT, Consumer Economics; Brian Mimbs, P, Risk Management & Insurance; Quentin Moses, DE, Rec. & Leisure Studies; Joseph O'Keefe, ROV, Finance; Mitchell Pittman, FS, Agribusiness; Joe Tereshinski, QB, Finance; Tommy Watkins, LB, Business; Stephen White, FB, Biology 2007 Benjamin Boyd, MLB, Housing; Shaun Chapas, FB, Business; Jonathan DeLaureal, QB, Finance; Kris Durham, SE, Middle School Education; Bo Fowler, SN, Child & Family Development; Chris Gaunder, MLB, Biology; Demiko Goodman, FLK, Consumer Economics; Andrew Gully, DE, Consumer Economics; Mikey Henderson, FLK, Housing; Wes Jacobs, DE, Finance; Andrew Johnson, SS, Bio Engineering; Justin Lyles, DT, Consumer Economics; Brian Mimbs, P, Risk Management & Insurance; Casey Nickels, TE, Business; Mitchell Pittman, SLB, Agribusiness; Jeff Potterbaum, TE, Sociology; Brannan Southerland, FB, Consumer Econ.; Matthew Stafford, QB, Journalism; Bo Stansell, PK, Unspecified; Trinton Sturdivant, LT, Exercise & Sport Sci.; Will Sullivan, MLB, Economics 2008 Geno Atkins, DT, Housing; Drew Butler, P, Journalism; Shaun Chapas, FB, Marketing; Joe Cox, QB, Psychology; Ricardo Crawford, DT, Housing; Matthew DeGenova, DE, Management; Jonathan deLaureal, QB, Finance; Kris Durham, WR, Middle School Education; Bo Fowler, SN, Child & Family Development; Ty Frix, SN, Bio Engineering; Andrew Gully, DE, Consumer Economics; Wes Jacobs, DE, Finance; Andrew Jensen, PK, Risk Management & Insurance; Andrew Johnson, FS, Bio Engineering; Ben Jones, C, Arts and Sciences ; Jeremy Lomax, DE, Finance; Mohamed Massaquoi, WR, Psychology ; Brian Mimbs, P, Risk Management & Insurance ; Casey Nickels, OT, Finance; Christian Norton, CB, Economics ; Josh Sailors, FB, Biology; Richard Samuel, TB, Arts and Sciences ; Brannan Southerland, FB, Consumer Economics; Matthew Stafford, QB, Speech Communication; Trinton Sturdivant, OT, Business; Kade Weston, DT, Housing; Aron White, TE, Business; Charles White, LB, Business; Tony Wilson, WR, Housing 2009 Cameron Allen, LB, Bio Engineering; Taylor Bradberry, FLK, Exercise & Sports Science; Drew Butler, P, Pre-Journalism, Shaun Chapas, FB, Pre-Business, Joe Cox, QB, Psychology; Ricardo Crawford, DT, Housing; Matthew DeGenova, DE, Pre-Business; Trenton Dittmer, P, Chemistry; Kris Durham, SE, Education; Bryan Evans, FS, Housing; Ty Frix, SN, Biomedical Engineering; Chad Gloer, CB, PreBusiness; Jackson Griffith, LB, A.J. Harmon, LT, Education; Dontavius Jackson, TB, Housing; Andrew Jensen, PK, Risk Management & Insurance; Andrew Johnson, SS, Biomedical Engineering; Ben Jones, C, Education; Kevin Lanier, FB, Biological Science; Dallas Lee, C, Sports Management; Jeremy Longo, DL/LB, Criminal Justice; Zach Mettenberger, QB, Pre-Journalism; Aaron Murray, QB, Pre-Journalism; Casey Nickels, RT, Finance; Craig Sager, WR, Pre-Journalism; Josh Sailors, WR, Biology; Jordan Stowe, PK, Psychology; Trenton Turner, TE, Pre-Business; Jason Veal, LB, Pre-Business/Finance; Brandon Wheeling, DT, Health & Physical Education; Aron White, TE, PreBusiness.


ACADEMIC HONORS PROGRAM 1984 NCAA ToP siX AwARd TeRRy HoAGe Rov (1980-83)

1998 ToP eiGHT AwARd MATT sTiNCHCoMB oT (1995-98)

2002 ToP eiGHT AwARd JoN sTiNCHCoMB oT (1999-2002)

1997 NCAA Teddy RoosevelT AwARd Billy PAyNe, de (1966-68)

G e o rg i a ’s two-time AllAmerica and Academic All-America roverback Terry Hoage probably best characterized the ideal of the studentathlete. For his achievements both on and off the field, Hoage became Georgia’s first recipient of the NCAA Top VI Award at the NCAA convention in January, 1984. The Top Six Award is presented annually to student-athletes who have achieved athletic success, shown leadership qualities and displayed academic prowess. He set a school record with 12 interceptions during the 1982 season. He placed fifth in the 1983 Heisman Trophy balloting — the highest finish ever for a defensive back at that time. Hoage maintained a 3.7 grade point average in Genetics.

One of the the most decorated players in Georgia football history, Matt Stinchcomb, was honored with the 1998 N C A A To p Eight Award. The Top VIII Award is presented annually to eight student-athletes for their achievement in athletics, academics, and leadership. A twotime All-America OT, two time Academic All-America, and national Academic All-American of the Year in 1998, Stinchcomb also was a twotime member of the AFCA Good Works Team recognizing outstanding community service. A finalist for the Rotary Lombardi Award, he received post-graduate scholarships from the NCAA, National Football Foundation, and won the Burger King Scholar-Athlete of the Year for Division 1-A. He graduated with a 3.96 grade point average in business.

Following in the footsteps of his older brother Matt, Bulldog lineman Jon Stinchcomb became the third Georgia football player to receive the prestigious NCAA Top VIII Award, presented to eight student-athletes for accomplishments in both academics and athletics as well as character and leadership. A semifinalist for the 2002 Lombardi Award, Stinchcomb was named to the Walter Camp All-America team and the Verizon/CoSIDA Academic All-America squad. A first-team AllSoutheastern Conference selection by the AP and the SEC Coaches, he anchored the Bulldog line in leading Georgia to a record-setting 13-1 record, SEC title and Sugar Bowl victory. He was the male student-athlete representative to the University's athletics board of directors. He held a 3.75 grade point average in microbiology.

Billy Payne, president and CEO of the Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games, (ACOG) received the Theodore Roosevelt Award – the NCAA's highest honor – during the annual convention in January, 1997. The award is presented annually to a distinguished citizen who is a former college athlete and has exemplified the ideals and purposes of college athletics by demonstrating a continuing interest and concern for physical fitness and sport. Payne, a three-year letterman for the Bulldogs (1966-68), graduated from Georgia in 1969 and earned his law degree from the University in 1973. After a successful law practice in Atlanta, he began his work of bringing the Olympic Games to Atlanta in 1988.

NCAA SILVER ANNIVERSARY AWARD

(presented to former student-athletes, on the 25th anniversary of their senior year, who have distinguished themselves in their chosen career field)

1996 NCAA silveR ANNiveRsARy AwARd dR. ToM lyoNs, C (1968-70)

1986 NCAA silveR ANNiveRsARy AwARd FRAN TARKeNToN, QB (1958-60)

Former University of Georgia AllAmerica center Dr. Tom Lyons, director of the Center for Women’s Care and Reproductive Surgery in Atlanta, was one of six selected nationally to receive the 1996 award. Lyons was chosen to present the acceptance response in behalf of all Silver Anniversary winners at the 1996 NCAA convention, a group which included football legends Joe Theisman of Notre Dame and Jack Youngblood of Florida and track great Marty Liquori of Villanova. Since beginning his medical practice full time, Lyons has become one of the nation’s leading physicians in the field of obstetrics and gynecology. A two-time All-America and All-SEC lineman (1969 and ’70), Lyons was awarded the prestigious NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship and National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame Post-Graduate Fellowship. He was a six-year starter with the NFL’s Denver Broncos, attending medical school and completed his internship and residency at the University of Colorado during his NFL playing career.

Fran Tarkenton, All-America quarterback at Georgia and All-Pro with both the Minnesota Vikings and New York Giants of the NFL, became the Bulldogs’ first recipient of the prestigious NCAA Silver Anniversary Award in 1986. A native of Athens who first played in Sanford Stadium as part of the Athens YMCA’s youth games prior to Bulldog contests, Tarkenton was a two-time first-team All-Southeastern Confernce selection and led Georgia to the 1959 SEC Championship. After throwing four touchdowns in his first NFL game, Tarkenton enjoyed an illustrious 18-year pro career and was named the league MVP in 1975. When he retired from the NFL in 1978, Tarkenton was the league’s all-time leader in passing attempts (6,467) completions (3,686), yardage (47,003) and touchdowns (342). Vikings coach Bud Grant said Tarkenton was ‘‘the greatest quarterback ever to play the game.’’ The same year Tarkenton received the NCAA’s Silver Anniversary Award, he was also inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame. The following year, 1987, Tarkenton was enshrined into the College Football Hall of Fame as well.

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TRADITIONS The Arch

The Chapel Bell

The historic Arch which sits on the edge of North campus was installed in 1864. For years, freshmen were forbidden to walk under the Arch. Violators risked punishment from upper classmen. Once rigidly enforced, the tradition of hazing of fresh­men became passe’. However, many freshmen, learning of the tradition during orientation or from other sources, still choose to honor the century-old tradition.

The "G"

The ringing of the chapel bell after a Georgia victory is a tradition that continues even though freshmen are no longer ordered to do the chore. In the 1890’s, the playing field was located ­only yards from the Chapel and first year students were compelled to ring the bell until midnight in celebration of a Bull­dog victory. Today, students, alumni, and townspeople still rush to the Chapel to ring the bell after a gridiron victory.

In 1963 after becoming the Bulldogs’ Head Football Coach, Vince Dooley redesigned the football uniform choosing a red helmet with a black “G” on a white background as the dominate feature of the new uniform for the 1964 season. He discussed with his staff that a forward-looking “G” would be an appropriate emblem for the helmet of the Georgia team. Dooley had just hired John Donaldson, former Georgia player from 1945 to 1948, as backfield coach. John was keen on the idea of a new image and volunteered his wife, Anne, who had a BFA in commercial art from UGA to design a logo for the new Georgia helmet with the general specifications Dooley had outlined. Dooley accepted Anne’s original “G” which fit his vision for a forward look to Georgia’s new emblem. Since the Georgia “G” though different in design and color was similar to Green Bay’s “G”, Coach Dooley thought it best to clear the use of Georgia’s new emblem with the NFL team. Athletic Director Joel Eaves called for permission which was granted. However, since its inception in 1961, the Green Bay “G” has been redesigned several times and now looks like Georgia’s original 196