The University of Georgia will not be allowing tailgating on campus during the football season due to fears over the COVID-19 pandemic.
The second preseason scrimmage for No. 4 Georgia on Saturday provided no clarity to the quarterback competition that continues without a top contender.
UGA graduate transfer quarterback Jamie Newman announced he is opting out of the 2020 college football season.
The University of Georgia announced on Wednesday its 2020 football ticket plan. The plan, which reflects a Sanford Stadium capacity of 20-25%, was sent to season ticket holders. A decision on student tickets was not announced.
The Southeastern Conference announced the baseline health and safety guidelines for fans, including mandatory face coverings over the nose and mouth.
The Georgia Bulldogs will open the 2020 season at Arkansas on September 26th. That means the Bulldogs will face off against former UGA offensive line coach Sam Pittman in Pittman's first game as Arkansas' head coach. Pittman went to Fayetteville in December after spending four seasons in Athens.
The Southeastern Conference announced additional opponents for the conference's football teams. The Georgia Bulldogs added a home game against Mississippi State and a road trip to Arkansas in the SEC's new plan.
The Southeastern Conference will play only league games in 2020, a decision that pushes major college football closer to a siloed regular season in which none of the power conferences cross paths.
Quincy Carter was a three-sport star at Southwest DeKalb High School in Decatur. After initially signing a letter of intent to play football at Georgia Tech, he opted to try his hand at professional baseball. Drafted by the Cubs, he spent three years in the organization,, but eventually made his way back to football.
Southeastern Conference student-athletes who opt out of the fall 2020 season due to health and/or safety concerns related to the coronavirus will have their scholarships honored by their universities, the conference announced Friday afternoon.
The Georgia Bulldogs' football program changed their logo on their Twitter account to a Dawg in Mask Tuesday. The move underscores recent discussions among sports officials about the upcoming fall season and if it will progress despite the coronavirus pandemic.
Prince Avenue Christian quarterback Brock Vandagriff is one of the highest rated high school quarterbacks in the nation and has a bright future ahead at the University of Georgia, but is looking forward to his senior season playing for his dad.
Two Georgia Bulldogs football players did what they do best: scored big! The pair called a play to help a mother in dire need last week.
The University of Georgia's Redcoat Band says it will stop playing "Tara's Theme" from "Gone With the Wind." Acting director of the Redcoat Band, Dr. Brett Bawcum, told FOX 5 that the signature song for the band will now be "Georgia on My Mind."
Georgia athletic director Greg McGarity has been given a one-year contract extension.
Former University of Georgia quarterback Jake Fromm apologized on Thursday for text messages that contained racially insensitive language. Text messages posted around midnight Thursday morning appeared to show Fromm talking about wanting to buy suppressors for guns, and saying the devices should be "very expensive so only elite white people can get them haha."
Smart said they're currently working to emphasize to UGA's players, staff and fans that health and safety precautions -- now and as voluntary workouts begin June 8 -- are necessary to ramp up to football eventually.
The Southeastern Conference announced Friday that its 14 members could resume in-person athletics activities on campuses at each university's discretion beginning June 8.
Falcons offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter seems the same question as many of his teams fans: just how healthy is new running back Todd Gurley?
The NCAA is moving forward with a plan to allow college athletes to earn money for endorsements and a host of other activities involving personal appearances and social media.