If Georgia fifth-year senior right tackle Kolton Houston gets beat off the edge in practice and gives up a sack, he doesn't bow his head.

There are countless athlete prospects in football recruiting who never find their true positions on college rosters.

In weather more suitable for their annual season finale against Georgia Tech, the Georgia Bulldogs conducted their fourth spring football practice Tuesday afternoon and the first in full pads,.

In a sense, Watts Dantzler's career as a Georgia offensive lineman was summed up in coach Mark Richt's two news conferences this past week.

It wasn't long ago when tailback was the position at Georgia that was equal parts talent and mischief.

College football coaches often strive for balance, but Georgia's Mark Richt found himself answering an equal number of off-the-field queries Tuesday evening after the Bulldogs opened spring practice.

Georgia will open spring football practice this afternoon for a 14th time under coach Mark Richt.

Georgia was selected to the National Invitation Tournament on Sunday night, the first postseason bid for the Bulldogs since their NCAA tournament first-round loss in 2011.

Georgia and Florida each will be permitted to wear its home football jerseys during their annual clash in Jacksonville.

Mark Fox's first Nevada team won 25 games and upset Texas in the opening round of the 2005 NCAA basketball tournament.

Not all Georgia football practice periods will be created equal anymore.

Worth following: The Crimson Tide have to replace several prominent players, including quarterback AJ McCarron, offensive linemen Cyrus Kouandjio and Anthony Steen and linebacker and defensive leader C.J. Mosley.

Georgia football coach Mark Richt has spring fever, and for a variety of reasons.

The Georgia Bulldogs have a veteran coach, a senior quarterback and a wealth of experience at tailback and receiver going into the 2014 season.

With a 10-5 league record following Tuesday night’s thumping of Missouri, the Georgia Bulldogs are all but assured of being the pleasant surprise of Southeastern Conference basketball this winter.

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