ATHENS, Ga — Following yesterday’s ruling from the NCAA that Jarvis Jones committed no NCAA violations, Jarvis Jones talked to the media about that, his play on the field, among many other things. Below is the audio.
ATHENS, Ga — Georgia quarterback adressed the media for a couple minutes following the first fall scrimmage, below is the audio.
ATHENS, Ga — Georgia head coach Mark Richt adressed the media for 15 minutes following the first fall scrimmage, below is the audio.
Below are the stats for Georgia’s first fall scrimmage
Isaiah Crowell: 13 for 84 1 td
Richard Samuel: 11 for 82 yards, 1 fumble
Ken Malcome: 12 for 19 yards
Carlton Thomas: 8 for 21
*Crowell and Samuel took reps for the first offense and they scrimmaged against the second team defense. Malcome and Thomas took reps for the second team offense and scrimmaged against the first team defense.
Aaron Murray: 9-15, 100 yards, 35 long
Hutson Mason: 5-19, 59 yards, 1 TD
Christian LeMay 2-4, 17 yards
Aron White 3 for 47, long of 32
Richard Samuel 3 for 32, long of 14
Marlon Brown 2 for 46, long of 45
Jay Rome 2 for 22, long of 12
Taylor Bradberry, 1 for 20, TD
Walsh 7-8, long of 58
Bogatay in warmups kicked 68 yards
Alec Ogltree: 8 tackles, pbu
Michael Gilliard: 7 tackles
Armarlo Herrara: 7 tackles, fumble recovery
Jarvis Jones: 6 tackles, 3 sacks
Abry Jones: 1 sack, pbu
Ramik Wilson, 2 sacks, tfl
Christian Robinson, 2 tfl, 1 sack
Reuben Faloughi: 2 sacks
Corey Moore: 2 pbu
Devin Bowman: INT on 2 pt play
The Georgia Bulldogs open up the 2011 season with the toughest two-game stretch in the nation. The opener is technically considered a neutral site game against Boise State in the Georgia Dome, but it will be as close to a home game there is. The following week the Bulldogs open up the SEC schedule playing host to South Carolina in Athens, Ga.
Both teams figure to be in the top 10-15 in the preseason polls and will be a very tough test. With that being said, which game, Boise State or South Carolina, is bigger for the Georgia Bulldogs?
It’s football season, and today I continue a series where I preview the Georgia Bulldogs position by position. Today’s section focuses on the wide receivers.
One of the major question marks heading into the 2011 season for Georgia is the wide receiver position as the Bulldogs lose their top two receivers from a year ago, A.J. Green and Kris Durham.