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FROM THE EDITOR: VANCE LEAVY Here we go Georgia fans. Another Dawgsâ€™ football season beckons and where shall I begin? You would have to be living under a rock not to understand what the arrival of Jeremy Pruitt has meant to the Georgia defense. Pruittâ€™s no, non-sense approach is just what the doctor ordered, in my opinion. At this point, there are ZERO named starters on the Georgia D. And according to Pruitt (in Murray Pooleâ€™s story on page 6) that will be the case deep into Fall Camp this August. You gotta love it! And not surprisingly, the Pruitt effect doesnâ€™t appear to be for everyone as several players have opted to transfer elsewhere. You hate to see guys move on, but if their hearts are no longer with Georgia, then their departure is best for all parties. Since day one, what I liked the most about Pruitt is how heâ€™s all about fundamentals and he wonâ€™t complicate things if folks arenâ€™t grasping what heâ€™s after. For years, we at BI have been begging for our team to play sound football. I call it doing the little things correctly. In Murrayâ€™s story on page 13, Coach Richt, Coach Lilly and Coach Ekeler give some insight on how the team is progressing on the little things. Now, letâ€™s talk about one of my favorite topics and thatâ€™s running the football. On page 14, Murray asked Coach Richt, Coach Bobo and Coach McClendon a familiar question from BI, will our offense keep to its long tradition of equal balance between running and passing the football? Or will they just let Todd Gurley take his team to the promised land? I give our coaches credit for their consistency because balance is what we can expect again in 2014. Now, I get all the talk about defenses being able to stack the box and shut down even the best running backs. But I would have to counter that everyone in the Georgia Dome knew Alabama was going to keep running the football in the third and fourth quarter of the 2012 SEC Championship. And guess what? It didnâ€™t matter because they
gashed our defense over and over again. Still I have faith in Mike Bobo because he has shown, from time to time, that he understands that there is nothing more demoralizing for the other team than to know whatâ€™s coming and still not be able to do anything to stop it. The above stories are just a few of the many football nuggets in this issue to get you fans primed and ready for the 2014 season. Both Jeff Dantzler (pages 4, 5) and Murray Poole (11) go game by game. And as he does every year, Murray makes his annual prediction. 10-2 is solid. Would you take that right now? I probably would. On page 12, JD goes position by position which is always interesting. To me, how Hutson Mason will perform and the competition for his back-up will be intriguing to follow. And who knows what our defense is going to look like when things get rolling when Clemson arrives to Sanford Stadium? Our coverage in this issue touches on players that were on campus this spring, but we shouldnâ€™t forget that a solid, new group arrive in Athens this summer. Because of this, I asked our online recruiting guru, Trent Smallwood to name the top 5 newbies that he sees contributing immediately. Here they are with a little insight from Trent. 1) Isaiah McKenzie: McKenzie will contribute from day one on special teams. Great speed, very explosive, and almost impossible to tackle in open space. 2) Shattle Fenteng: With the loss of Shaq Wiggins to transfer and Brendan Langley, I see Fenteng contributing early and often for the Bulldogs. He has the speed, length, and plays physical just how Jeremy Pruitt likes his corners. 3) Isaiah Wynn: The Bulldogs struggled in the spring at OG. Wynn has a chance to come in and earn immediate playing time. He is an outstanding run blocker and one of the most athletic OGâ€™s coming to UGA in quiet sometime. 4) Michel/Chubb: This RB duo coming in is very similar to the Gurley/Marshall duo. I be-
2014 Season Preview Cha Cha Cha Publishing Inc. t Editor : Vance Leavy lieve both will see the field in 2014 and make an impact relieving Gurley at times. 5) Lorenzo Carter: Carter might not be a full time player early on, but I believe he will make an impact on 3rd down pass rush. Look for Pruitt to have a package with Jenkins, Carter and Floyd all in the game on 3rd Down pass situations.
With that, now I must wrap things up, but I certainly hope you enjoy our Season Preview. And without question, I hope the Redcoat marching band will be playing SUPER LOUD all season long. And who better to lead them, than Chris Conley, who never takes a down off in practice and in games. Finally, what Iâ€™ve discussed in this editorâ€™s note, only encompasses half of what is in this tremendous issue. Now, I will throw the ball to Cheri on page 15, so she can tell you about all our social coverage. Itâ€™s great stuff. And I encourage you to frequent our website this summer for up to date recruiting info. And posts by our awesome sports interns, who we gave off for this issue, so they could wrap up spring semester. And last, but certainly not least, a big thank you must go to my high school buddy and graphic artist extraordinaire, Boyd Martin, for his awesome redesign of BI. Weâ€™re hoping our new swag will bring great karma to our team and that we all blow the doors off of the 2014 season! Woof, Woof, Woof ...
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JEFF DANTZLER BREAKD OWN dan Matthews. Georgiaâ€™s miscues in the kicking game proved costly, as the Commodores took advantage to pull the upset in the Music City. Like the prior weekâ€™s game with Tennessee, if this is to be a championship season, this is a 7KH7URMDQVGRQÂWKDYHWKHÂ´UHSRZHUWKH\GLG game Georgia must win. at that point but this is still a game that the Bulldogs must be ready for. It is another â€˜tweener, October 11 as Troy visits Athens between South Carolina Missouri and Tennessee. Ideally this is a game in which Columbia, Mo. the No. 2 quarterback and the highly touted un7KLVVWDUWVDVWUHWFKRIIRXUJDPHVLQÂ´YHZHHNV GHUVWXG\WDLOEDFNVFDQÂľRXULVK away from home. You would think the schedule makers could collaborate somewhat and September 27 get two games for all three months (bear with Tennessee me on the last weekend of August occasionSanford Stadium ally) in most seasons. If Georgia can navigate Georgia has won four straight in the series over this stretch without a blemish, it will be an acTennessee, and that is something special in a complishment. Missouri had a dream season, going 12-2 and making it to the SEC Champiseries that has gone back and onship Game. Like too many programs in forth through the years berecent years, the Tigers got their signatween these longtime ture win over Georgia â€“ downing the Southeastern ConferDogs 41-26 in Sanford Stadium. The ence powers. The Tigers have a lot to replace, includlast two years it has ing SEC Defensive Player of the b e e n n i p Year Michael Sam, quarterback James Franklin and wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham, who simply could not stay out of trouble. Franklin stand-in Maty Mauck was outstanding when Franklin went down in Athens. The production could be even better. Missouri has a strong offensive line, good backs, and even without Green-Beckham, talented and big wide receivers. The biggest area of concern for Mizzou will be replacing a lot of defensive talent. The road team is 2-0 in the series since Mizzou joined the 6(&*HRUJLDZRQWKHÂ´UVWHYHUPHHWLQJ between the schools 14-0 on January 1, 1960 in the Orange Bowl.
Breaking it down: Game by game August 30 Clemson Sanford Stadium For a second straight season, Georgia opens with Clemson and South Carolina. Once again, the Bulldogs will know straight out of the gate whether this is a championship caliber season. Last season at Death Valley, Georgia made too many mistakes and the Tigers took advantage WRZLQ,QDÂ´YHORVVVHDVRQPDUUHGE\ VHOILQÂľLFWHG ZRXQGV VSHFLDO WHDPV GLVDVWHUV and injuries, the Clemson game set the unfortuQDWHWRQH$ERWFKHGÂ´HOGJRDOH[FKDQJHDIWHU a red zone breakdown, a dropped interception with a seven point lead and a critical interception thrown after Clemson fumbled a punt were major contributing factors to the loss. In the series in which Todd Gurley was injured, the Bulldogs offense was stagnant. Clemson has to replace Tajh Boyd and Sammy Watkins from DQ H[SORVLYH RIIHQVH 7KH 7LJHUV EULQJ EDFN sack master Vic Beasley on defense. The last two seasons, Clemson has gone 22-4 â€“ losing twice each to Florida State and South Carolina. Over that period, the Tigers have beaten Auburn, LSU and Georgia. With what Clemson lost and with what Georgia has coming back, if the Bulldogs are going to make the Â´UVWFROOHJHIRRWEDOOSOD\RIIWKLVLVD must-win. September 13 South Carolina Columbia Georgiaâ€™s Number One coaching nemesis of all time awaits, facing the school he likes to beat the most. What Steve Spurrier has done in Columbia is remarkable. The Gamecocks have pieced together three consecutive 11-2 seasons. Over the last four years, South Carolina is 9-3 vs. Florida, Georgia and Tennessee and 4-0 against Clemson, while picking up bowl victories over Michigan, Nebraska and Wisconsin and a 2010 upset of then No. 1 Alabama. The Gamecocks lost Jadaveon Clowney, the top pick in the draft, plus Connor Shaw and Bruce (OOLQJWRQ RII RI DQ H[SORVLYH RIIHQVH %XW WKH Gamecocks have recruited well and they have 6SXUULHU +LV UHFRUG LV H[FHSWLRQDO +H PDGH Florida great, won an ACC title at Duke and has taken South Carolina from the cave to the moon, while skipping several evolutionary gridiron steps along the way. Spurrier was 11-1 against Georgia at the Florida helm. South Carolina had never beaten Georgia more than twice in a row. He led the Gamecocks to three straight victories over the Bulldogs from 20102012, including a 35-7 pounding of Georgia in the last Columbia meeting. Georgia won 41-30 a year ago in Athens. If the Bulldogs make it a 2-0 start and two straight over the Gamecocks, Georgia is a legitimate contender for one of those four coveted spots. September 20 Troy Sanford Stadium On Georgiaâ€™s run to an 11-2 campaign and No 2 national ranking in 2007, Georgia held off â€œlive dogâ€? Troy in between memorable victories over Florida and Auburn 44-34 to keep a potential and eventual special season en tact.
and tuck. The Bulldogs hung on to take a 5144 shootout between the hedges in 2012. Last season in overtime, an unwise reach for the end zone gave Georgia an opening and Marshall Morgan drilled one between the uprights towards the Tennessee River for a 34-31 victory. Butch Jones is in his VHFRQGVHDVRQDWWKHKHOPLQ.QR[YLOOHDQGSXW WRJHWKHU DQ H[FHOOHQW UHFUXLWLQJ FODVV 7KRVH freshmen will have to have an early impact. Tennessee lost its offensive line and top defensive linemen. If this is a championship caliber Georgia team, the Bulldogs should again beat WKH9ROXQWHHUVDQGPDNHLWÂ´YHLQDURZ October 4 Vanderbilt Sanford Stadium Georgia and the rest of the Southeastern Conference got good news, while the Big Ten gets a tremble of a scare, with the departure of James Franklin from Vanderbilt to Penn State. The Commodores have gone 9-4 with bowl victories in back to back seasons. They are 15-4 in their last 19 games and in 2013, Vanderbilt beat Georgia, Florida and Tennessee. Thatâ€™s right, Vandy beat Georgia, Florida and Tennessee (a second straight victory over the Vols) in the same season. Did anyone honestly think they would ever see that? The Commodores also lose one of the most acclaimed wide receivers in SEC annals, second round NFL Draft pick Jor-
October 18 Arkansas Little Rock )RU WKH Â´UVW WLPH *HRUJLD DQG $UNDQVDV ZLOO meet in Little Rock. It was a harsh welcome to the mighty Southeastern Conference for Bret Bielema, as the Razorbacks went winless in league play. The Hogs will be looking at this as an upset opportunity, as Georgia will have to Âľ\WRWKH0LGZHVWIRUDVHFRQGVWUDLJKWZHHN &RQIHUHQFHH[SDQVLRQ$OH[&ROOLQVLVDQRXWstanding running back. He turned heads as a freshman a year ago. The last time these two met, Arkansas won a 31-24 shootout in Athens. That was with Bobby Petrino at the helm. As is the case with Tennessee and Vanderbilt, if this is going to be a special season for the Bulldogs, it may not be easy, but this is a game that Georgia has to win. The Bulldogs have vastly superiRUWDOHQWDQGÂ´UHSRZHU November 1 Florida Jacksonville How good this feels for Georgia, having won three straight over the Gators in Jacksonville. Hopefully the bowl debacle against Nebraska wonâ€™t jolt the Bulldogs recently found mojo. In this three-game winning streak, the highlight was a 17-9 victory in 2012 that was the signature moment in the Bulldogs 12-2 campaign. Florida had won 18 of the previous 21 meetings. Prior to that era of despair in Jacksonville, the Bulldogs went 15-4 vs. the Gators from 1971-1989. Florida went 4-8 a year ago, and Will Muschamp
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straight over the Yellow Jackets VLQFH WKDW GHYDVWDWLQJ ORVV EHWZHHQWKHKHGJHVLQZKLFK would have been Georgiaâ€™s eighth straight in the series, matching the November 22 LQIDPRXV GURXJKW IURP Charleston Southern 7KHPRVWXQOLNHO\RIWKRVHZLQV November 15 Sanford Stadium VLQFH ZDV ODVW VHDVRQÂV Auburn YLFWRU\ RQ WKH ÂľDWV LQ Sanford Stadium This game is sandovertime. Todd GurOH\ ULSSHG RII This is the type of thing that could wich games in yards and two only happen to Georgia. The Bull- between Auand touchdowns dogs have won six of the last eight burn that on four carries in the series with Auburn. Itâ€™s the Tech and Leonard southâ€™s oldest continuous rivalry. should be Floyd made So which team has twice played an easy win the big defor the national championship in for Georgia. fensive play. that stretch? The team that won Charleston Techâ€™s offense only once. Auburn dominated S o u t h e r n is always goGeorgia for three quarters a year will collect ing to cause ago. Then Georgia controlled the a big check. Â´JNovember 8 problems. Jerfourth. Then came history and the *HRUJLD Kentucky emy Pruitt will get biggest play in Auburn football ures to put up KLV Â´UVW VKRW DW WKH Lexington, Ky. annals (remember, the Alabama a lot of points and yards. Ideally, this is triple option as Georgiaâ€™s JDPHZDVWLHGRQWKHÂ´HOGJRDOUHTwo years ago, a Georgia team turn for a touchdown, so overtime one where that second straight defensive coordinator. When the WKDWÂ´QLVKHGUDQNHGLQWKHQDWLRQÂV was on deck), as two dogs tipped quarterback should be able to get offense gets rolling, it is extremeWRS Â´YH HHNHG RXW D ZLQ LQ the pigskin infamously thrown by a wealth of game experience be- O\GLIÂ´FXOWWRVORZGRZQ7KHRQH Lexington. Last season, the Bull- former Bulldog Nick Marshall â€“ tween the hedges. Same goes for thing to keep in mind with Tech, no dogs blew out Kentucky in Ath- who was dismissed from Athens those highly touted young backs matter the score, it is important to Georgia keep the offense revved up. You ens. The Wildcats have gotten a â€“ into the hands of Ricardo Louis and young defenders. bumb from Mark Stoops and the for an incredibly improbable, his- should be able to cruise here and canâ€™t score enough against the recruiting has improved. Georgia tory-making fourth-and-18 touch- turn all attention to the biggest Yellow Jackets with that explosive had better be ready for this one, down. The two years prior, Geor- game of them all. offense. Perhaps Gurley, who has and itâ€™s an easy history lesson for JLDULSSHGWKURXJKWKH7LJHUV twice ripped through the Yellow Jackets, will have a monster afterbulldogs coach Mark Richt. All he and 38-0. Auburn is talented, but November 29 QRRQLQZKDWZLOOOLNHO\EHKLVÂ´QDO has to do is go back two years for must replace a lot of talent, most Tech Sanford Stadium game in Sanford Stadium. Georgia a refresher course. Itâ€™s a tweener, QRWDEO\ +HLVPDQ Â´QDOLVW UXQQLQJ GULOOHG7HFKLQEHWZHHQ book-ended by by ancient rivals back Tre Mason, mammoth offenFlorida and Auburn. The Bull- sive tackle Greg Robinson, who When looking at Mark Richtâ€™s re- the hedges. Though this is always GRJVÂ´UHSRZHUVKRXOGRYHUZKHOP was the second pick in the draft, sume, what stands out at the top the biggest game of them all for Kentucky. Perhaps this is a game and pass rushing specialist Dee of his list of accomplishments Georgia, if the Dogs enter the Tech where one of one of the Bulldogs Ford. Unfortunately when you LV D VWHUOLQJ UHFRUG DJDLQVW JDPH ZLWK ZLQV WKHUH ZLOO EH freshmen could shine at tailback. look at Auburnâ€™s defensive line, it is 7HFK7KH%XOOGRJVKDYHZRQÂ´YH playoff implications as well. is under pressure to have an outstanding year. Sadly, Muschampâ€™s father, a longtime successful high school coach in the Peach State, recently passed away. Florida has players. The Gators defense, led by sophomore corner sensation VerQRQ+DUJUDYHV,,,Â´JXUHVWREHYHU\ good. Getting Jeff Driskel back at quarterback is a huge lift for the Gators. When he went down a year ago, Floridaâ€™s offense struggled mightily. The Gators have a lot of talent at tailback, but the Gators are looking for play-making receivers to emerge. Georgia can maintain control of the series and take a big step towards a berth in $WODQWDDQGSRVVLEO\WKDWÂ´UVWFROlege football playoff.
It may sound greedy, but the Bulldogs would love to get a win here without emptying the tank, as defending SEC champion Auburn awaits.
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broke around University A rash r br oke out ar ound the U n nivversity Georgia athletic complex this spring. of G e eorgia sprin ng. n fact, IIn f the buzz, excitement excitement and antici pation that Bulldogs’ Bulldogs’ new new defensive defeensive anticipation coor d dinator Jeremy P ruitt and his ne w coordinator Jeremy Pruitt new assista ant staff brought brought to the U assistant UGA pr ogram has turned into a full-blown full-bblown program epidem mic. epidemic. Puttting his defensive defensive charges through through an Putting accele erated, rapid-fire rapid-fire pace on the pra actice accelerated, practice field and a giving ev ery single play yeer − fr om every player from the m unkn nown most seasoned senior to the unknown fr eshm man walk-on − the same number numbber of freshman rreps eps and a an equal opportunity opportunity to win w a star tin ng job, job, Pruitt Pruitt has indeed invigo orated starting invigorated a Georgia Geoorgia defense that str uggled mig ghtily struggled mightily at tim mes over over the past two seasons. times “Coaach Pruitt Pruitt has won a championship champion nship “Coach (natio onal title last yyear ear at F lorida SState), tate), (national Florida he that’s he’s’s ccoached some of the best and that’s the kind k you want to play for,” forr,” of guy you rrelated elated d Georgia Georgia senior safety Damian Damian a SSwann. wann n. “And “And A I was vvery ery ex xcited to kkno w excited know he was waas going to be coaching my position. position. The competition c level,” said Swann, Swann,, “has level,” m d it so great made grreatt fforr us to t gett outt here h herre and nd comp pete and put an impression impression on these compete coach hes that guys can play. playy. That hat it coaches That’s’s wh what it’s’s all about, aboout, competing and earning a job.” joob.” SSwann wann said the coaching change es on changes defen se has made for an entirely entirely different diff fferent defense practi ice scenario. scenario. practice “Th The practice schedule is one of o the “The first things th hings we we w er e e able to change and an nd do were differ e y,” he said. “There’s ently “There’s just so m much differently,” energyy going on with running running backk and for th from from drill to drill and ev erybody y forth everybody gettin ng a lot of rreps. eps. And that hat is getting that’s’s wh what goingg to make a lot of guys great, great, being b able to t get those reps reps and not just si itting sitting back and watching the whole practice. praactice. E verybody y ’s doing something, w wann Everybody’s something,”” SSwann said. G o oing at the fast pace fr om dr rill to Going from drill drill aalso conditions the players playyeers bette er for better G amee Day, Dayy, noted SSwann. wann. Game ““Absolutely, Absolutely b y, and I think that ng to that’s’s goi going help us u in the long run, run, too, lared. too,”” he decl declared. W e’re going to hit it running running and we’re we’re We’re goingg to get the new new guys coming comin ng in acclim mated to what we’ve we’ve got going on n and acclimated w e’re just going to keep it moving.” moving.” we’re And this, from from two mor ers of And moree membe members P ruittt’s B ulldog secondary: secondary: Pruitt’s Bulldog “C Cooach h P ruitt itt came m in fr om m d dayy one n “Coach Pruitt from and he h meant what he said, that everybody everybody y would d get their chance, even even walk-ons,” walk-ons,” said junior junior cornerback Kennar Keennar Johnson, John nson, speak king in the week week e prior to G-Day. G--Dayy. speaking “O ne walk-on (freshman (freshman corner rback “One cornerback Aar on n D avis) was with the 1’s 1’s toda ay so Aaron Davis) today
Coach P ruitt is going to sho w ev erybody Pruitt show everybody he word and he’s he’s going to he’s’s a man of his word giv everybody a shot.” shot.” givee everybody Pruitt brings brin ngs a new new energy “Coach Pruitt to the field, most d definitelyy,” offer ed definitely,” offered sophomor u uincy Mauger. “H sophomoree safety Q Quincy Mauger. “Hee talks about rallying up p to the ball, there’s there’s tackkle so he knows knows the no one-man single tackle game of football and I’m I’m here here to learn. learn.”” M ark Richt says the t new new defensiv Mark defensivee staff has brought brought good competition to the B ulldogs’ practices. Bulldogs’ “I t’s always good to hav “It’s havee competition, competition for jobs and competition offense ff defense, df ” said id UGA’s UGA A’s head h d vs. defense,” coach. “It “It ob viously makes each other obviously better ometimes you you o can get into better.. SSometimes a scheming contest but b I don’t don’t see it happening. I see it more moore of f, ‘Let of, ‘Let’s’s hook it up and see who physically physiccally wins the day,’ dayy,’ which I think is rreally eally healthy h us.” for us.” P ruitt, when asked about a he’s Pruitt, the buzz he’s br ought to the UGA A defense, quickly brought thr ew all the credit credit too his new new assistant threw staff. ““You Yoou look at Co oach Rock Roock ((Tracy Tracy r Coach R o ocker), y ou o look a at Coach (K K e evin) Rocker), you (Kevin) SSherrer, herrerr, yyou ou o look at Coach Ek Ek (M ike (Mike E keler) and you you watch those guys coach,” coach,” Ekeler) P ruitt said. “They’re “They’re flying ar ound the Pruitt around field, they’re they’re getting after aft fter their guys (and) they ’re vvery ery demandingg so it’s it’s not me, it they’re it’s’s them. them.”” As to the almost daily depth chart chart changes this past spring, sprin ng, Pruitt Pruitt said it all hinges on the most recent receent practice. ““We’re We’re tr ying to give g e everybody giv everybody an trying oppor tunityy,” he said d. “The guys that opportunity,” said. per form the day before before ar perform aree the guys that get to go with the ones onees the next day. dayy. W Wee
hav sstarters; ters; w charrt, havee no star wee hav havee no depth chart, w e’re goin ng off of what kind of production productioon we’re going yyou oou had d the day before before and this will w continue until the freshmen freshmen get here. here. When they t ey get here, her e e, they tthey’ll ey’ll hav a havee an oppor tun nity to compete, just like these theese opportunity other guys. guyys. And two weeks weeeks into fall camp cam mp w e’ll get them into spots,” spots,” P ruitt sai d. we’ll Pruitt said. “M aybe ther e’ll be some guys this sprin ng “Maybe there’ll spring that kind d of take that step, step, wher ou o sa ayy, wheree yyou say, ‘H ey I kn now I can count on him.’ him.’ B ut righ ht ‘Hey know But right no ww e’re a work work in progress progress and won’t won n’t now we’re hav t until after the last scrimmage ters scrimmagge havee star starters of fall camp. caamp. The guys who perform perform th he the b get the best th h next opportunity. he opportunity i y. I d don hinkk don’t’t thin think the fans oof Georgia Georgia car ey caree who plays – the they just wantt to win.” win.” “Coach h Pruitt Pruitt is a football coach an nd and lo ves to do d what he does,” does,” said new new SAM M loves linebacke er and Star Star position coach Sherrer. Sherrer e. linebacker “H ate “Hee goe goess out ther theree and he he’s’s passiona passionate about it and I think the players playyeers feed ooff b of that because he demands things be done in the right g wayy and certain certain way yys. ways. SSometimes ometim mes you you can interpr et that as interpret being a tough t it’s actually an a coach but it’s stic, hard-nosed hard-nosed type coach that th hat enthusias enthusiastic, wants to demand players players do it the right righ ht way y. SSoo again, a that.” way. they feed off of that.” P ruitt said, with spring practice now now in Pruitt the rrearview earviiew mirr or and fall camp loomin ng mirror looming in A ugusst, he kno ws what he wants th he August, knows the G eorgia fan f base to see from from his defensive defensivve Georgia unit “Well, unit. “Well, ell e I hope they see us get lined lineed up pe they see us play har d ev ery sna ap up,, I hop hope hard every snap and hopee we we tackle w eell,” he said. “I hope hop pe well,” w part of th he wee play the ball in the deep part the field. Y oou u kno w, just fundamental thin gs You know, things … striki ing blockers, keeping the ball baall striking lev eraged d.” leveraged.”
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Each yyear, earr, in G Georgia’s eorgia’’s spring pr practice, ractice, ther theree ar aree players yyoung oung football play yers e stepping up p and beginning to attract the coaches ve coaches’’ attention ... making a mo move chartt and ther thereby increasing on the depth char eby incr easing their opportunity to see the field when the games star opportunity startt counting for rreal eal in the fall. The B ulldogs’ 2014 spring drills w ere no Bulldogs’ were different freshman sophomoree differ ent as a number of fr eshman and sophomor players showed players play ers sho wed e they could be play yers the fans will love lo ve watching in the coming yyears. ears e s. D Defensively, efensivelyy, drawing accolades fr from om his fello fellow w players play ers and the coaching staff all spring was the ne west member of the secondar y, J.J. G reen. newest secondary, Green. Green, G reen, the 5-9, 185-pound former f two-way standout at Camden County H igh h, has appar ently High, apparently down starting job “Star” all but nailed do wn a star ting jo ob at the “S tar” position in the B ulldogs’ nickel package, which Bulldogs’ “Money” new defensive becomes the “M oneyy” spot in ne w defensiv ve coor dinator JJeremy eremy P ruitt’s dime alignment. a coordinator Pruitt’s Green, freshman G reen, as a fr eshman tailback last season, ran yards three touchdowns for 384 yar ds and thr ee touchdo owns while also yards snaring 12 passes for 104 yar ds while filling in admirably for the injur injured Todd Gurley Keith ed T odd o G urley and K eith e Marshall. Hee did miss the rrecent G-Day M arshall. H ecen nt G-D ay game after sustaining a sprained ankle. Green position tar positio “J.J. G reen at the SStar on had a good spring,”” said G Georgia’s new spring, eorgia’’s ne w SAM linebacker and SStar tar position coach, K eevin SSherrer. herrerr. “O Kevin “Off course, he was an offensiv ve play yeer last yyear. eear. H e’s embraced offensive player He’s it. H ys playing the gam Hee just enjo enjoys gamee so he goes out ther ver e y day to tr r. H e’s got good theree ev every tryy to get better better. He’s shor t-area quickness, he litz. H e’s able to short-area he’s’s able to bblitz. He’s fit the rruns uns and things like that that. that.”” Also on the defensiv defensivee side of thee ball during the rrecently-completed ecently-completed spring practic ce, such names practice, as R eeggie Car terr, D avin B ellamyy, T rramel T err e y Reggie Carter, Davin Bellamy, Tramel Terry and Aar on D avis kept popping up ruitt also Aaron Davis up.. P Pruitt lauded sophomor rendan Lang gley this spring sophomoree B Brendan Langley orner and safety after Langley got a look at both co corner but then, appr oximately one mon nth after G-D ayy, approximately month G-Day, head coach M ark Richt rrevealed evealed that the former Mark K ell e H igh standout was making th he mo ve to wide Kell High the move rreceiver. eceiver. And, of course, a play er who h as alr eady made player has already
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his mar ting defensiv ve lineup but is still markk in the star starting defensive a mer more going into this season. That meree sophom sophomore would be outsid de linebacker Leonar dF loyd d. outside Leonard Floyd. “D avin B ellaamy (r edshirt fr eshman OLB) is “Davin Bellamy (redshirt freshman sho wing some ability y,” P ruitt pointed out. “H e’s showing ability,” Pruitt “He’s just got to learn n to be consistent. consistent.”” ““Tramel Trramel T eerrry is learning, ruitt said. “H e’s Terry learning,”” P Pruitt “He’s got a rreally eally good d attitude. H e’s wor rking har d. H e’s He’s working hard. He’s doing what w .” T err e y, of course, wee ask him to do do.” Terry, i the is th highly-to hi hl touted t d rrecruit ecruit it fr ffrom om SSouth outh th Car C olina li highly-touted Carolina who sat out h his first season in A thens after Athens suffering a torn nA CL in his high school all-star ACL game. SSophomore ophomore iinside linebacker Car ter continued Carter to make plays in i the spring drills while keeping the B ulldogs’ vveteran e eteran star ters, Ramik W ilson and Bulldogs’ starters, Wilson Amarlo H erreraa, on their toes. Herrera, “R Reeggie ma ade some plays (in spring “Reggie made spring’s’s second scrimm mage),” said W iilson. “H scrimmage),” Wilson. “Hee got an inter oo. H e’s coming along. Y es, e he ception, to interception, too. He’s Yes, is, ilson n, laughing and rresponding esponding to a is,”” said Wi Wilson,
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question if Car ter is attemptin ng to take his and Carter attempting H errera’s job e’s going to ma ake us better r, push Herrera’s job.. “H “He’s make better, us har der and w etition.” harder wee like the comp competition.” Aar on D avis, a 6-1, 190 0-pound rredshirt edshirt Aaron Davis, 190-pound fr eshman walk-on fr om L uella H igh, raised a lot freshman from Luella High, of ey ebrows this spring when he h mo veed ahead of eyebrows moved scholarship play ers and ran wi ith the N o. 1’ players with No. 1’ss in P ruett’s secondar y. SStarting tarting at corner in G-D ayy, Pruett’s secondary. G-Day, D avis had an inter ception, for rced fumble, pass Davis interception, forced br eakup plus thr ee tackles. breakup three ball,”” said ““Aaron A Aaron makes good plays on o the ball,
junior outsid de linebacker JJordan ordan JJenkins. enkins. “H He outside “He doesn’t’t bite the fakes and stuff like that. H He’s doesn e’s pretty Hee was wor working hard been playingg pr etty good. H rking har rd I’m some during mat ((drills). drills). I’ m glad to see him get som me know worked this rrecognition. ecognition. … I kno w he wor ked his butt off th his spring.” whole spring .” Floyd moved into The 6-4, 220-pound 2 F loyd quickly mo ved in to Bulldogs’ starting freshman outside the B ulldogs’ star ting lineup as a fr eshman outsid de went enjoyy a most pr productive ‘backer and w ent on to enjo oductivve tackles-forfirst season, with w 55 total tackles, 9.5 tackles-fo orteam-leading Hee was name named loss and a tea am-leading 6.5 sacks. H ed All-Freshman Team. to the SEC All-F A reshman T eam. e Leonard Floyd great player “I think Leonar L dF loyd is just a gr eat play yer e he’s’s goin going defensive scheme and he ng to fit into any defensiv ve schem me in,”” head coach M Mark said. that yyou ou put him h in, arrk Richt sai id. the sophomoree and fr freshman players Among th he sophomor eshman play e ers offensive gained on the offen nsive side of the ball that gaine ed this were sophomore attention thi is spring w eere rredshirt edshirt sophomo ore offensivee gua guard Greg Pyke, sophomoree tailbac tailback offensiv ard G reg P yke, sophomor ck Brendan Douglas, freshman A.J. B rendan D ou uglas, rredshirt edshirt fr eshman tailback A .J. Turman, sophomore Reggie Davis, T urman, sop u homore wide rreceiver eceiver R eggie e D aviis, freshman Davis, rredshirt edshirt fr esh hman tight end JJordan ordan D avis, rredshirt edshiirt sophomoree wideout Kenneth Towns, sophomor w K enneth e T owns, rredshirt edshiirt sophomoree quar Faton Bauta, sophomor qquarterback terback F aton B auta, rredshirt edshiirt quarterback Brice true ffreshman fr eshman h qu uarterback b k B rice Ramsey and d tr u ue freshman Park. fr eshman QB B JJacob acob P arrk. Brendan Douglas, yards B rendan D ouglas, who rambled for 345 yar d ds freshman, as a fr eshman n, continued to punish defenders in G-Day’s with spring drills and a was G-D ay’s leading rrusher usher wit th yards 40 yar ds on 110 carries. According Tony Reggie A ccordingg to receivers receivveers coach T oony Ball, Ball, R eegggie Davis arguably Georgia’s D avis − argu ably the fastest of G eorgia’’s rreceivers eceivers e improvements, both − has made considerable c impr ovements, e in bot th speed using that sp peed and being able to get open. IIn n G-Day, Davis three yards G-D ayy, D avvis had thr ee catches for 66 yar d ds including a 110-yard 0-yard TD rreception. eception. Quincy Mauger Bauta Ramsey, Q uincy ui M auger is i high hi h on B auta and d Ramse R eyy, aree battl battling No. quarterback job.. who ar ling for the N o. 2 quar terback job “Faton Bauta yards and “F aton B auta (who passed for 232 yar ds an nd G-Day hands-down ran for 35 in n the G-D ay game) is hands-do w wn hardest workers now,” one of the har h dest wor rkers k at UGA right no w,” Mauger. “He’s latest said M augerr. “H e’s in early and out the late est always trying perfect And and is alway ys tr ying to per fect his craft. An nd Brice Ramsey, incredible just B rice Ramsey y, he just has an incr edible arm, ju ust throwing deep.. And one of the bigge biggest thr owing it vvery, eery, vvery er e y deep est players I’ve Park,” said impact play errs I’ ve seen so far is JJacob acob P ark,” sa aid Mauger. “Hee has the feet on him and has an M auger. “H a incredible arm. Hee has gr great speed.”” incr edible arm m. H eat speed.
Q Does it seem hard to believe youâ€™re starting your 14th season at Georgia and any projection of how long youâ€™d like to coach? Iâ€™m not changing. Iâ€™ve always tried to be obedient to what God is telling me, and I plan on doing it for a while. In some ways it has seemed like 14 years but it has gone quickly. I think the older you get the faster life goes but also youâ€™re measuring your years in seasons and it seems WRÂľ\E\,KHDUGWKLVZKHQLWFRPHVWRSDUHQWLQJEXWLWÂVUHDOO\WUXHLQ coaching too, the days are long but the years go fast. QWhat do you think are the strengths and weaknesses of your 2014 football team?
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Our strength has to be everybodyâ€™s ability to do it the way the coaches ask them to do it, buying in and giving their best effort. I think if we do that we have a chance to be pretty good. Iâ€™m seeing a lot of good progress in that area. Youâ€™ve got to establish that every year, I believe. Obviously, our secondary has some growing up to do. They were very young a year ago and very inexperienced a year ago. Weâ€™ve got to become more mature in that area. Weâ€™ve got a couple of guys who can rush the passer and our linebacker area has got some experience with some productivity to go along with it. But I donâ€™t want anybody to think they are ready made because theyâ€™re all learning to do it the way Coach Pruitt and the staff want it done. Every job is kind of up for grabs still so itâ€™s kind of hard to say what the deal is, but we should be in pretty good shape there. D-line, I think weâ€™ve got some answers there if guys come through but their conditioning and their ability to learn what to do (will decide playing time). Running backs, right this minute weâ€™re not deep but if everybody is healthy and everybodyâ€™s here it looks like weâ€™ve got some good quality players, good quality depth. O-line, we donâ€™t have all the pieces together but I think we have enough material to get it done. Tight ends I think could be a question mark for us right now. Our receivers, when healthy weâ€™ve got a chance but if weâ€™re not weâ€™re going to have our work cut out for us. QSometimes itâ€™s hard to compare a teamâ€™s attitude and work ethic from one year to the next but what have you seen from this team? 5LJKW QRZ , WKLQN WKH\ÂUH Â´JKWLQJ OLNH PDG WR UHDFK WKH VWDQGDUG that the coaches are setting. I think theyâ€™re really trying and making progress but weâ€™re not there yet. Weâ€™ve got a ways to go. Q Does Todd Gurley stack up, talent-wise, with some of the great players youâ€™ve coached through the years and what about this Heisman Trophy talk concerning him?
I think if Todd is in great condition and healthy and if he plays with the kind of energy and effort it takes to be a champion I think heâ€™s going to have a great season. And I think if the team wins, heâ€™ll be a candidate. Not many guys win that award unless their team is winning.
Q How important are the 2014 season openers with Clemson and South Carolina, coming right out of the chute and what do they mean to the Bulldogsâ€™ overall success this season?
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not only w n went eent out on proverbial the pr overbial limb the past two football i my annuall seasons in predictions predictions concerning the Georgia Bulldogs Georgia B ulldogs but, I went e a little crazy as w eell. went well. For in both our 2012 and 2013 2 B ullFor Bulldawg IIllustrated llustrated season pr preview eview issues, I firmly stated that M Mark ark Richtâ€™s Richtâ€™s football team would make it to the BCSS N National ational Championship game. Truth Truth bee told, season before prediction wasnâ€™t before last, last that pr ediction was nâ€™t that far off five yards yards to be exact. That was w the fiv .... five fivee yards the B ulldogs couldn gotiate in the yards Bulldogs couldnâ€™tâ€™t neg negotiate SEC championship game again against nst Alabama. The painful 32-28 loss to the C Crimson rimson Tide Tiide eorgia D ome sent â€˜B am ma, rather in the G Georgia Dome â€˜Bama, than G Georgia, eorgia, on to rrout out an ou outmanned utmanned Notre Notre Dame Dame team in the title game g at SSouth outh Beach. Beach. But But when I also opined thatt the 2013 Bulldogs would make it back too the G Bulldogs Georgia eorgia Dome, win the SEC cr own by by this time Dome, crown whipping Alabama and earningg a trip to the BCS championship game at P Pasadenaâ€™s a asadenaâ€™ â€™s Rose Roose Bowl, bo y, was I a million mile es off with Bowl, boy, miles ediction. that pr prediction. As w wee all know, know, last yearâ€™s year e â€™s Georgia Georgia team not only failed to make it to A Atlanta t tlanta for a third consecutivee season but th the Bullthird consecutiv he 2013 B ulldogs also stumbled to an 8-5 rrecord e d which ecor ebraska in included a disappointing loss too N Nebraska the JJan. Gator Bowl. But an. 1 G ator Bo wl. B ut again, agaain, who could have Georgia have envisioned G eorgia being decimated by Malcolm Mitchell, by injuries like it was .... M alcoolm M itchell, Keeith M arshall, JJustin ustin Scott-Wesley Scott--Wesley e Jay Keith Marshall, and Jay Rome o being lost for the season at differ ent Rome different junctures Gurley, junctures of the schedule and Todd Todd o G urleyy, Michael Michael Bennett, Beennett, ett, Chris C s Conley Co eyy and, a d, at the t e end, Aar Aaron Murray on M urray also havingg to sit out key contests. Like Likewise, could havee for forewise, who cou uld hav eulldog defense str seen the 2013 B Bulldog struggling uggling mightily, mightilyy, like it did nearly the season s long? So now, So no w, as Georgia Georgia looks too the summer workouts, August workouts, preseason preseason camp in A u ugust and al of the 2014 cam mpaign âˆ’ then the arriv arrival campaign ug. u 30 3 when the which will be kicked off A Aug. Tigers ig p prowl between betw ween e n the hedges g Clemson Tigers prowl m going to quickly make it clear that this âˆ’ Iâ€™ Iâ€™m isnâ€™t about to forecast forecast an nother nation writer isnâ€™t another nation-ance for the al championship game appeara appearance Bulldogs. F or one thing, w eâ€™re finally fi rid of Bulldogs. For weâ€™re long-awaited the BCS and about to enter a long-awaited off, something many m college collegiate play playoff, have been anticipa ating for a football fans have anticipating ears e now. now. Although h this first number of yyears play yoff season won incclude but NCAA p playoff wonâ€™tâ€™t include start of us finally four teams, at least it itâ€™sâ€™s the start he field itself f, eal champion on th deciding a rreal the itself, as is the case in all of the other collegiate sports. sports. So, for the B ulldogs to ev en n think na So, Bulldogs even na-uld first hav tional championship championship,, they wou would havee to be chosen as one of the fourr teams in yoff o setup rse, G eorgia the play playoff setup.. Then, of cou course, Georgia utive games to would hav havee to win two consecu consecutive own since since way back clinch its first national cr crown in 1980. But, all that said, I do see Richt R But, Richtâ€™sâ€™s 2014 Dawgs âˆ’ assuming they av oid the t catacataDawgs avoid strophic injuries of last fall âˆ’ cl imbing back strophic climbing am me after last to the SEC Championship G Game year e â€™s absence. Then, what the B ulldogs do yearâ€™s Bulldogs from that date on, w ell, e is yyour our o r guess as w ell e from well, well as mine.
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$XJ Â‡ Â‡ &OHPVRQ Â‡ Here we go, Georgia meeting me eeting the potent Tigers right out of the season gate while atattempting to o avenge last yearâ€™s 38-35 setback at Death Valley. Clemson, with its entire entiire defensive front returnreturning, including includin ng All-American Vic BeasBeasley, looks formidable forrmidable again on defense but what about about the offense, which lost All-Americans All-America ns Tajh Boyd and Sammy Watkins as well w as leading rusher RodRoderick McDowell.? McDowell.? In a lower-scoring game than last l Bullyearâ€™s battle, the Bulldogs repay the Tigers by 24-17.
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improve-- the Tigers get a slight nod, by 35-31. under James Jame es Franklin (now at Penn Florida offense make the improve w coordinator Mason. Now, can the ment it needs under new State) but Derek D enough ough to masmasnew Vandy boss continue the success Kurt Roper? .... Not eno th hat should be 1RY Franklin enjoyed enjoyed in Nashville? Not ter a Georgia defense that 1RY Â‡ Â‡ &KDUOHVWRQ &KDUOHVWRQ 6RXWKHUQ 6RXWKHUQ Â‡ ab bout this time. Snooze control co ontrol here as Dogs snap snap right off, Iâ€™d d say. Dogs smash Dores, peaking under Pruitt about The Bulldogs do bark to o their fourth back and rip r the Buccaneers, 52-14. 41-21. straight win over the Gators, Gattors, by 31-21. 1RYÂ‡*HRUJLD7HFKÂ‡ 1RY Â‡ *HRUJLD7HFK Â‡ We all know w Mark Richtt simply owns the state rival riva al Jackets. The T fo or UGA coach is going for the 13th win win over Tech, in 14 seasons in i Athens. Heâ€™ll He eâ€™ll get it, this time by 38-24. 38-24 4.
SSo, o, ther theree you you have have it - the Bulldogs Bulldogs pr proojecting to goo 10-2 during the rregular season egular seaso on w the only setbacks being at a of 2014, with South Carolina Carolina o and at home vs. A uburn n. South Auburn. But, her eâ€™s the thing: Those two defea ats But, hereâ€™s defeats wonâ€™t deraill G eorgiaâ€™â€™s chances of making it wonâ€™t Georgiaâ€™s becausse back to the SEC title game. That Thatâ€™sâ€™s because I see South South Carolina, Carolina, M issouri and Florida Florid da Missouri oppingg at least two games each in Ea ast all dr dropping East Division counters cou unters this coming fall. Division All that said, how Georgia-Auburn s how does a G eorgia-A Aubur u rn rematch December rematch in early D ecember in the Georgia Georggia Dome Orr would yyou Dome sound soun nd to yyou? oou? O ou rather ratheer have with have a 2012 2 SEC title game rrematch ematch wit th Georgia â€˜Bama? Iâ€™m one eally thinking on Georgia vs. â€˜B ama? Iâ€™ m rreally ne of these scenarios scen narios will become rreality eality in this th his much-anticipated much-anticiipated 2014 football season.
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ON THE FIELD
By Murray Poole Bulldawg Bull dawg Illustrated
Take Taake a look back on the natioonal championship teams of national rrecent ecen nt yyears. ears. A huge rreason eason why the Alab bama C rimson T ide and Alabama Crimson Tide F loriida SState tate SSeminoles eminoles w ere able Florida were to bbring ring the BCS Championship T rop phy to their rrespective espectivve Trophy camp puses is because they w ere campuses were footb ball teams that did the little football thin gs right. things Superb u ex ecution on both Superb execution offen nse and defense, gr eat offense great effic iency in the kicking game efficiency eas, and the other special team ar areas, all off that came into play for those two teams who ascended to the top of o the college football world. Th Ther e’s no question G eorgia There’s Georgia head d coach M ark Richt and Mark have his assistant a coaching staff hav ve ham mmered the concept of doing hammered the little things right, of going oover verr ev ver e y minute detail of the every gam me, into the heads of their game, play ers but, for some rreason, eason, the players B ulldogs of 2013 w er e en’t able Bulldogs weren’t to tr ransfer those teachings fr om transfer from th practice the pr ti field fi ld to t the th games m itself f. As evident bbyy shoddy itself. cial teams play and other team spec special br eaakdowns while finishing 8-5. breakdowns Th it goes without saying, Thus, if G eorgia is to once again rreach each Georgia the SSoutheastern outheastern Conference Conference championship cham mpionship game this coming autu umn and then become a autumn par tiicipant in the first-ev ver e participant first-ever colle egiate national play off, the collegiate playoff,
20 014 B ulldogs ar 2014 Bulldogs aree going to haave to prove prove they can be have n sync in all phases of the in gaame, not only on the game, Woodr o uff Practice Practice Fields Fields Woodruff bu ut when the folks ar but aree in the staands at SSanford anford Stadium Stadium stands an nd the opponents and opponents’’ stadiums th he team will visit. the “It’s true true in all areas,” areas,” said “It’s R “That Game 1 is a Richt. “That’s’s why Game litttle mor anxietyy, anticipation little moree anxiety, an nd curiosity of what and what’s’s going to haappen with your your team because happen you o just don’t don’’t know know how how they’re they’re you gooing to react react under that type of going strress, that type of pr essure and stress, pressure th hat type of … whatev er you you that whatever w to call it. want “It’s the moment of truth truth and “It’s th he time when it tr uly counts, counts ” the truly counts,” R Yoou can get DBs Richt said. ““You ou ut there there co vering everybody evver e ybody out covering nd jumping rroutes outes and getting an and veery once in a while and a pick ev every ceelebrating, but they kno w in celebrating, know prractice if a guy rruns uns bbyy them and practice caatches the ball it catches it’s’s not that big of it’s a big deal but it’s it’s not a deal – it’s ass big a deal as when it happens n national TV V. So So that’s that’s why on TV. you o ’ve gott to t dev d elop l those th habits h bit you’ve develop n practice. You You o can eckless in can’t’t be rreckless n practice and then say all of a in su udden in the game, ‘I’m ‘I’m going to sudden more disciplined.’ disciplined.’ You’ve You o ’ve got bee more ery day.” dayy.” too do it in practice ev every playyers e who Richt said the players m the little things in practice master an nd per form exceptionally exceptionally w ell and perform well bu ut then play the exact opposite but nG ame Day, Dayy, is something the on Game
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can’’t rreally eally ev ver e get a coaches can’t ever handle on. “S ome guys quite frankly “Some freeze up a little bit mentally freeze ou think about it, it and if yyou it’s’s not ont of easy to go out ther theree in fr front evveerybody and do it and do it everybody at the pace it it’s’s got to be done, done,”” e’s no such thing he said. “Ther “There’s oou think as a gamer because if yyou you’re a gamer but you’re you’re not a you’re practicer, w e’ll never never find out if practicer, we’ll you’re a gamer r. Y oou got to do it in you’re gamer. You practice.” practice.”
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“You o kno w what,” what,” offered offered e “You know Georgia tight ends coac ch Georgia coach and offensive offensivve special teams team ms coor dinator JJohn ohn Lill lyy, coordinator Lilly, ““there’s there’s always a coach I rrespected espected a lot when I fir rst first got in this thing. H alwaays Hee always talked about when yyou ou get g in the stadium ev veerybody is everybody subject j to the quote, q unquo q ote unquote ‘‘choke choke factor.’ factorr.’ ... and it ju ust it’s’s just differ ent when yyou ou o get in a big b different stadium.” stadium.” Georgia’’s new insid de Georgia’s new inside ve linebackers coach and defensiv defensive dinator, Mike Mikke special teams coor coordinator, Ekelerr, knows knows what he wants to Ekeler, from his play ers this comin ng see from players coming season. t, I want wan nt “I want to see effor effort, execution, ecution ” Ekeler Ekeler said. saiid. id to see execution,” e’re “I want them to take what w we’re oom teaching them in the classr classroom nd and apply it all on the field. An And nt I want to see leadership leadership.. I wan want nt to see the whole package. I wan want uys to coach guys with passion, gu guys nt who want to get better and wan want eat. When they look at th he to be gr great. the film, I want them to be critical of themselvves. e ” themselves.” Th little li l things hi − if th h he The the Georgia players playyeers can carry carry the th he Georgia ed basic fundamentals and detaile detailed they’ve concepts of the game they’ve mastered in practice into the th he mastered arena itself f, when the fans ar ae arena itself, are aaree filing in and the bands ar erything about th he playing, ev everything the Bulldogs’ approaching approaching 201 14 Bulldogs’ 2014 season could be good.
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Will W iill G ur urlleyy Gurley carrry the h carry d loadd? load? Coaching g staff steadfast steadfas st with balanced attack
He’s He’s unquestionably one of the vvery erry top rrunning unniing backs in the collegiate football foo otball world d entering the 2014 season. An d, barring the injuries that forced fo ced for And, three parts him to o miss thr ee Georgia Georgia games and par ts of oth hers last season, the Bulldogs’ Bulldogs’ junior ju unior others tailback, himself tailba ilb ck, k Todd To odd dd Gurley, Gurley l y, should h ld find fi d hi mself lf right in the thick of things in the race racce for the ccoveted coveted H Heisman eisman T Trophy rophy and firsthonors. team All-America A That With Thaat said, the question is this: W iith Hutson Mason ason beginning hiss first seniorr H utson M Georgia’s starting season n as G eorgia’’s full-time sta arting quarterback, quar teerback, should the Bulldogs Bulldogs lean Gurley carryy the on G urley early and often to carr offensive thereby allowing Mason offens sive load, ther eby allo wing M ason to develop own having dev elo op at his o wn pace without havi ing to tryy to win the games with his passing arm? tr according The aanswer answ wer e to this, accor ding to head offensivee coor coordinator coach h Mark Mark Richt, offensiv dinator Mike M ike Bobo and running running backs coach c Bryan McClendon, B ryan nM cClendon, is an emphatic “No.” “N No.” They The ey say the Bulldogs’ Bulldogs’ game plan n will always alwayys include a balanced attack and, good Todd Gurley Mason as T o od dd G urley is, if M ason and the other Georgia G eorggia quarterbacks quarterbacks aren’t aren’t throwing throwin ng the ball efficiently, e efficiently y, the defenses of todayy will down heartbeat. shut do d wn yyour our o rrun un game in a hear tb beat. “We’ve “We’ve got to have have balance,” balance,” said Bobo, B who watched w his star back rrun 1 un for 1,385 yards touchdowns splendid yards and 17 touchdo wns in a sple endid freshman fr eshm man season and then still 989 yards yards 10 touchdowns despite and 1 touchdowns last season, de espite missing missin ng all that playing time in 2013 3 due injury. to an ankle injur y. “The off just around “Th Th days The d j t turning t i ar ound d and d handing don’t handi ing it to a guy 40 times, you you o don n’t see that anymore,” a anymor e,” Bobo said. “You’ve “You o ’ve got g to havee balance. aree too good, hav b The defenses ar g they do d too much and if we’re we’re just relying relying e Todd every we’re on T o odd to win ev ery game for us, w e’re We’ve goingg to be in trouble. trouble. W e’ve got to do a we’ve betterr job in the passing game, w e’ve got g to continue contin nue to develop develop depth with the backs b we’ve signed. that are a e here ar here and the backs w e’ve sig gned. We’ve W e’ve just got to get better in a lot of ar aareas. eas. Wee have from W haave a long way to go to fr om w what I think we’re we’re going to do in the fall against aggainst Clemson kind Clem son because right now, now, we’re we’re kin nd of struggling str ugggling to execute.” execute.” Richt emphasized Georgia’s pro Ric cht emphasiz ed that in G eorgiaa’’s pr o offense, set off ffense, which relies relies heavily on playaction, Bulldogs have action n, it’s it’s essential the B ulldogs h ave a potent poten nt passing game to complement complemen nt the rrunning unniingg attack. ““You You o hope for balance because iff you you o can’t’t throw can t ow worth thr worth a lick, your yo our quarterback quarterrback had better b be a dynamic rrunner,” unner,” hee said. ““You You o better be running running triple-option triple-op ption football footba all or running running the ball like Auburn Au uburn does with w a QB who can rreally eally rrun. un. IIff yyour o our QB ccan’t an’t rrun un and be like a rrunning unning back, then the t defense can outnumber yyou ou in i the rrunning unniing game. And when they do that,” t ” that, Richt, said R Richt “you’re “you o ’re going to be pounding poun nding yyour our head h against the wall unless you you ou can make them pay with play-action passes p and a guy who can put the ball on n the money mone ey and receivers receivers that can make plays and get g open and beat man coverage coveragee and
that’s things like that. So So tha at’s why yyou’ve ou o ’ve got havee balance because to hav becausse if they ever ever load able throw yyou, ou, o yyou ou o better be ab ble to thr ow and if say, pass’’ then they say y, ‘‘we’ve we’ve got to stop the pass yyou ou o better be able to rrun un it. And again, if you you say ‘we’re ‘we’re gonna gonn na run run the ball, no what,’’ the team teams matter what, ms that are are rrunning unning yards the ball for a lot of yar rds no matter what aree triple-option and are are rarely rarely throwing throwingg it ar with f b ll teams just like football l ke Auburn Auburn ub h a lot l of QB rruns. uns. “Our aree depen dependent “O ur QBs ar ndent on backs that can rrun un and receivers, receivers, tight ends that can rrun un routes routes and catch the t ball. But But when yyou ou o do it right it’s it’s pretty prettyy darn good,” good,” Richt said. Gurley’s G urley’s position coach, Bryan Bryan McClendon, heartily M cClendon, hear tily concurs c with Richt Bulldogs and Bobo on the B ulldogs g fieldingg a balanced offense. honest we’re “I think to be hon est with yyou ou o w e’re a point to be still going to have have to make m balanced,”” McClendon balanced, McClendo on said. “I think it’s’s kind of hard it hard to do o one (running (running or other, passing) over over the other r, to be honest with kind of try yyou, ou, o and people not k try to make So yyou ou o plan to your your weakness, weakn ness, so to speak. S o of ours to try I think it’s it’s got to be a focus f try how to be good at both, both no o matter ho w many ball.” times Todd Todd o gets the bal ll.” Gurley, himself, aware strong, G urleyy, himself f, is aw ware what a str ong, Mason-led ason-led passing game M gam me can mean for his upcomingg season. IIn success in the upcomin n fact, he doesn’t’t want to be a o one-man doesn ne-man show show back there, ther e, carrying carrying the balll 30 times or more more Bulldogs’ greatest like the B ulldogs’ all-time all-tim me gr eatest tailback once did. ain’t’t tr trying carry “I ain ying to ca arry the ball no 30 times,” his times, i ” Gurley Gurley l smiled, il d slowly slo l wly l shaking h ki hi head. “That might be like three three or four times, at that, during the season but just Get balance it out, man. G et in the passing can game and all. IIff we we ca an get that rrunning unning wee can star startt passing game going on then w pressure the ball and that would d be a lot of pr essure times now, cool.”” off of me. Twenty Twenty e time es no w, that’ that’ s cool. Gurley G urley knows, knows, however, howeeverr, that his teammates will be depending dep pending heavily on him this season, both with his powerful powerful rruns uns and his stepped-up stepped--up leadership, leadership, on and off the field. it’s’s an ex exciting ““Yeah Yeah e man, it c citing yyear,” earr,” he said. ““We’ve We’ve got basically everybody evverybody back and it’s’s ex exciting, it citing, even even for the t defense because everybody pumped new ev erybody is so pumpe ed up with the ne w Everybody coaching staff. E veryb body just wants to harder. hard, compete har der. IIff I’m I’m competing har d, it’s’s not going it g g to do anything a y g but make better,” Gurley those guys better r,” G urley said. ““We’re We’re tired just tir meediocre, just going ed of being mediocre, Championship to SEC Championshi p games, going to bowl We’re trying a bo wl game and losing. losin ng. W e’re tr ying to startt something ne new. star w. “I’ve “I’v ve had talks with h coaches,” coaches,” he said. “Mee and coach Richt and B-Mac. “M B-Mac. They theree and practice just want me to go outt ther hard don’t’t cut har d and give give it my all. Just Just don short. better.” myself shor t JJust t. ust try try to o get better .” from Bobo has seen rrenewed eneweed leadership fr om Gurley G hee’s gone about his urley in the way he’s daily practice habits. job,” ““Todd To odd has done a good job ,” Bobo said. “He’s “He’s been practicing praccticing like a great great
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51 Dancefx, Inc. 52 Eight at Eight 53 fab'rik 54 White Oak Pastures 55 Initial Outfitters, Inc. 56 Brokerhunter.com 57 LTC Tree 58 Cowboy Jungle, Inc 59 DPM Fragrance 60 Cay Insurance Services, Inc. 61 The Propel Agency 62 Colonial House of Flowers 63 Forsyth Exterminating 64 Liberty Technology, Inc. 65 Red Clay Communications, Inc. 66 Association Management, LLC 67 RIA Solutions 68 Innovative Therapy Concepts, LLC 69 Sunbelt Technology 70 Primemeridian Bank 71 Tim's Pharmacy 72 Rumor Boutique 73 The Service Fort 74 Atlas Real Estate Advisors 75 SDA CPA Group, P.C. 76 Seacrest Partners 77 Intrepid Capital Funds 78 Trotter Jones, LLP 79 Prestige Staffing 80 Gas Innovations 81 Yancey Wire & Cable 82 Vantage Realty Partners 83 Scott Circle Communications, Inc. 84 Johnson Benefits Group, LLC 85 Forisk Consulting 86 Westside Veterinary Hospital 87 Home Instead Senior Care Valdosta 88 Lincoln Capital Advisors 89 Happy & Healthy Products, Inc. 90 Robert Bowden, Inc. 91 The Association Source, LLC 92 Terrapin Beer Company 93 Howell Orthodontics 94 Interchanges 95 The Butin Group 96 Sherpa! Web Studios 97 Breda Pest Management 98 Sunburst Beach Vacations 99 Johnson & Garrison, LLC 100 Capital Investment Advisors
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Luke Mansour and Taran Gilreath
Jamie Bass and Mark Ray
Pam Kennon and Rhonda Canerday
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Jess Bartlone and Elizabeth Craig
Morgan Freedman and Bray Anna Bullard
Callie Katz, Maiben Watkins and Chandler Roundtree
Becki Myers and John Davis
Cedrick Ogletree and Crystal Austin
Adam Lefkowitz, William Beckum, Robert Beckum, Nemanja Djurisic, Kenny Paul Geno, Houston Kesslet
Scott Smith and Kenneth Crews
Jay Caldwell and Mark Rich
reasons to be pumped about UGA’s 2014 season Returning to Athens for “Saturday between the hedges” and tailgating on Lumpkin Street for 40 years with family, friends and others. Eating and drinking our favorite tailgate food and beverages. Cheering the team as they bus down Lumpkin to the “Dawg” Walk. If playing Clemson and tailgating on opening day won’t pump you up, nothing will. Watching our Heisman trophy candidate, Todd Gurley, leading our potent scoring machine on offense along with a new quarterback throwing to a talented crowd of receivers in Kris Durham, Chris Conley and Malcolm Mitchell should again make us an offensive powerhouse. New Defensive Coordinator Jeremy Pruitt and staff have inherited a battle tested but young defense. That excuse is now over and this defense must regroup and bring back the enthusiasm to the game and regain the distinction of being known as the “Junkyard Dawgs.” 40 years celebrating the Georgia-Florida game with fans, friends, alumni at Maggie’s, the Lady Dawgs Headquarters on St. Simons Island. All week prior to the World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party in Jacksonville on Nov. 1st, fans ÅVJR[V:[:PTVUZHUK[OL.VSKLU0ZSLZ[V practice and what better place to be in the Golden Isles and shopping at Maggie’s Boutique.
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Will Herrin, Hank Stephens, Thornton Hester, Bo Stephens
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Sean Mooney and Nathan Pirkle
Nicole, Bryan and Evan Twisdale
Scott Smith and Roxanne Crawford
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BULLDAWGILLUSTRATED BULLDAWGILLUSTRA ATED
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Rhonda Kilpatrick, Jim Booz and Steve and Catherine Flippen
Suzanne and Don Leebern
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Mary Beth Box, Nathan Theus and Brittany Rogers
Pam Devore, Ginny Jackson and Jody Jackson
Gary Branch, Hughes Williamson and Bill and Betty Hatcher
Brian Bruce, Jack Bauerle, Jordan Mattern, David Shipley and Jenny Coleman
Mike Castronis and Vance Leavy
Michael Bennett, Brandon Burrows, Kolton Houston and Keith Mitchell
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John and Charlotte Drake and Jonathon Rumph
Hugh and Dorothea Haskell
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Brittany Northcutt, Lauren Teknitp and Elena Perri
Vince Dooley, Cheri Leavy, Barbara Dooley and Jack Bauerle
Kathy Rainwater, Doyle and Pat Mote, Sara Cooney, Tommy Rainwater and Tom Cooney
Endowment UGA A Athletic Scholarship End dowment Dinner
Bert Mobley, Ben Roberts and Kolton Houston
John Eason and Xavier Ward
Tiaria Griffin, Marjorie Butler, Khaalidah Miller, Shacobia Barbee, Merritt Hempe, Krista Donald and Erika Ford
B. Presnell’s reasons to choose Athens as your home Living in Athens is like “a step back in time.” Whether with a family, single, newlywed or retiring, Athens retains much of the character of an older quaint Southern town…sidewalks, children walking to school, and neighborhood shopping. Athens is consistently quoted as one of the most desirable places to live in Georgia. Every day is different…an electric atmosphere permeates Athens with a broad range of events almost every day in our Classic City: cultural, musical, athletic—there’s no excuse for boredom. Music feeds the soul, and Athens has plenty of it to offer, including “tried-andtrue” favorites as well as fresh local artists from all around the south…from a picnic at the Terrapin Brewery to watching the Red Coat Band practice to enjoying Widespread Panic’s revisit to the Georgia Theatre. Excellent schools, both public and private, and HUH[PVUHSÅHNZOPWPUZ[P[\[PVU[OL<UP]LYZP[`VM Georgia, make Athens a great place for educational opportunities for all ages. Athens is a CLASSIC, your home should be too! Whether you prefer suburban subdivisions, mid century modern, or classic downtown neighborhoods, Athens offers architecture of all ages and types. From historic neoclassical and =PJ[VYPHU[VUL^OVTLZV\[Ä[[LK^P[O[OLSH[LZ[ [LJOUVSVNPLZHUKÄULZ[JYHM[ZTHUZOPW`V\»SS ÄUKP[HSSPU([OLUZ
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Chris Lloyd’s reasons I opened Marker 7 Coastal Grill
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OFF THE FIELD
Neil Fischer, Mary Ann Fischer, Steven Fischer and Alexis Fischer
Swann Seiler and Sonny Seiler
UGA Day in Savannah
Heather Lundy, Herchelle Cohen and Rebecca Evans
Chance Rose, Jeff Gardner, Frank Boyd, David Dryer and Bryan Rose
Mark Fox, Jack Bush III, Jack Bush, Jr. and Mark Richt
Joey Herb and Jonathan Thornton
Drew Story, Cliff McCurry and Kathy Story
Gregg Ewaldsen, Brady Cannon and Adam Montgomery
Suzanne Hill, Melissa Hill and Greg McGarity
Mark Fox, Jeffrey Freeman, Lindsay Freeman, Troy Andrew Freeman and Mark Richt Curtis Lewis and Phyllis Hardenman
Maliece and Tom Whaltley
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Circle of Honor Inductee Marissa Catlin and Lori Giuggio
Vince Dooley and Circle of Honor Inductee Lori Strong
Kosta Vavlas and Marcus Thornton
Aaron Murray and Stephanie Murray
Jerry and Jayne Snell
Greg McGarity and Lenny Vella
Dr. Nancy McDonald and Circle of Honor Inductee Pat Dye
Katharyn and Mark Richt
Jason Catlin, Keith Marshall and John Catlin
David Shipley and Suzanne Yoculan
Annie Zhu and Kimberlee John-Williams
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TIPS for Gameday Dressing Dress to impress! - Here in the Classic City, the game day dress code calls for a little more than a t-shirt, so thrown on your Saturday best! We love wide-leg print pants paired with a tunic or even a sundress and sandals! Don’t be afraid of all black...with a little red. - There’s nothing more chic than all black—especially with Georgia red for game day. The best part is, your classic all-black pieces can be worn any other day of the week too. Dress for style AND comfort. - Remember that game day in Athens is a marathon, not a sprint—it’s an all-day thing. That means wearing shoes you can walk in (like our comfortable but stylish Gentle Souls) and comfy-chic clothes like our favorite Sympli jersey knits! Never, ever wear the opposing team’s colors. - You never want to end up on the wrong side of the hedges! Last but not least...accessories, accessories, accessories!!@V\YV\[Ä[PZ^OH[`V\ make it, and you’re never game-ready until you’ve got on your best Georgia jewels! So stop by Sonia Says on your way to Sanford Stadium because we’ve got all your game day goodies!
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Hometown: Thomasville, GA.
School: S B.F.A Sculpturee B B.F F.A . in Sculptur
Current Town: Thomasville, GA
Family: F Mom boys, M om of two bo ys, wife
Years at UGA: 1990-95
Profession: P ““jill”” of trades! “jill Nan Myers Events, ((Firefly, (F ireflyy, N an M yers E vents, and SShotgun h hotgun SSupper upper Club)
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Describe Athens in three words: Fun, fun, fun!
A favorite Athens restaurant: When I was in school – Davinci’s and 5 cent scoops at Hodgson’s pharmacy, today – Last Resort.
Share a favorite memory from your time at UGA: Winning the National Championship in 1980 Band you heard while living in Athens: REM at the B&L Warehouse A favorite shop in Athens: Heery’s and Heery’s too! (they carry our pillow line) Hometown: Decatur, GA Current Town: Smyrna, GA Years at UGA: 1978-1981 School: FACS – BS Home Economics and Interior Design Family: Married to Scott Lacefield 26 years, son Wesley (24),daughter Frances (22), dogs Moe and Oreo Profession: founded Lacefield Designs in 1995 when she saw a void in the market for high quality, artisinal home accessory products
One thing few people know about you: Sat next to my future husband Scott at a UGA football game when I was with a date… luckily I ran into Scott two months later at a friend’s wedding. We started dating and married two years later and now … happily ever after! Describe your typical Bulldog game day: Drive in early from Atlanta, tailgate near the Tate Center, visit with friends – always great to run into old friends I haven’t seen in years!
A ffavorite it Athens Ath restaurant: Well, W ell, e back in the day… partial I was vvery ery par tial to the Old Bluebird Old O ld B luebird in the O ld Morton Theatre, M orton Theatr e, as I wait““gophered” gophered” and then wait tGary ed tables. G ary was an amazing cook. SShe he madee this barbecue shrimp with h black beans on a bed of brown br own rice topped off sauce with honey jalapeño sauc ce that was seriously amazing. Bulldog Tofu Bulldog T oofu was also a favorite! favorite!
Favorite books and blogs:
This UGA Interior Design graduate has grown Lacefield Designs from a backyard art studio to what is now her second 24,000 foot warehouse
Books: Timeless Style by Suzanne Kasler and Leading with the Heart by Coach K Blogs: Elements of Style, I Suwanee, Cloth & Kind
Share a tailgate recipe: Buffalo Chicken Dip 8 oz. cream cheese 1/2 c. buffalo sauce 1/2 c. blue cheese dressing 2T blue cheese crumbles 1/2 c. shredded mexican cheese 2 c. shredded cooked chicken breast Bake for 20 min at 350 in a casserole dish. Serve with Frito Scoops.
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Even ven â€œIsland â€œ Timeâ€? stops att game time â€“ every bar,, restaurant, lobby, very bar b restaurant, hotel lob bby, car radio and home ome television t on St. Simonss Island is tuned to o the Dawgs. D The McGladr McGladrey re ey Classic â€“ during uring UGA UGAâ€™s Aâ€™s second bye wee week ek on October 25, St. t. Sim Simons mons Island will be host hosting ing a PGA TOUR vent. The annual event is hel d at the beautiful event. held Seaside easid de Course and historica historically lly has perfect weather. eathe er. Fill the football void with w golf! The he we weather eatherr â€“ after long, hott summers, fall temperatures Paired emperratures are are ideal on the Island. Pair ed ith an n ocean br eeze, you simply sim mply cannot beat with breeze, the e we weather eather in September September,, October Oc ctober and November. ovem mber. This is Dawg Cou Country untry y â€“ 285 miles separate epara ate St. Simons Island fr from o Athens. But om make Country.. ake no n mistake, the Island iss Dawg Country Though hough h Gainesville is 100 mile miles es closer closer,, you wonâ€™t onâ€™t see s a Gator hat in these e parts. Georgia/Florida more? eorrg giia/Florida â€“ need I say mor e?