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  • The University of Georgia Police Department asking the public for help in the search for two suspects who committed armed robbery on campus last night.  From the UGA Police Department:  The University of Georgia Police Department is seeking the assistance of the community in identifying the suspects in an armed robbery that took place shortly before midnight on Oct. 10, 2019, in the lower Russell Hall parking lot, off of Cloverhurst Avenue.  A Georgia Bureau of Investigation forensic artist has produced sketches of the suspects, which are included above.  A description of the suspects was developed based on the victim’s statements and video taken from the area. Both suspects were described as black males in the their early to mid-twenties, approximately six feet tall with slender builds. One of the males was described as having a dark complexion, short hair, short facial hair, wearing a dark blue or black long-sleeved t-shirt with a white design on the front, dark jeans with tears on the front and white shoes. The second male was described as having a medium complexion, clean shaven, wearing a dark grey hoodie style zip up jacket, dark pants with a white stripe down the sides, grey beanie hat and white shoes. The University of Georgia Police Department is continuing to actively investigate this crime. If you have any knowledge of the incident, recognize the individuals in these images, or observed individuals near the area matching the description given by the victim, please contact the University of Georgia Police Department at 706-542-2200 as soon as possible.
  • Former President Jimmy Carter is recovering from his third fall this year. Carter suffered a minor pelvic fracture Monday night at his home in Plains and was taken to Phoebe Sumter Medical Center for observation. [PHOTOS: Jimmy Carter through the years] Channel 2's Richard Elliot went to Plains on Tuesday, where he found several people who said they felt they had to drive to the president's home town when they heard what happened.   'I heard on the news that President Carter had taken a fall,' said Julian Crisp, who told Elliot that she was on holiday from Australia and was taking a driving tour of the United States.  Crisp said she made a detour to Plains on her way to New Orleans, to give her respects to the 39th President of the United States.  [PHOTOS: The inauguration of President Jimmy Carter] 'I thought he was a good president. Good luck,' Crisp said.  It's hard to go anywhere in Plains without meeting someone who knows the former president. Bobby Salter runs the general store and grew up with Carter and his brother Billy. He told Elliot he's not really worried about this latest fall. 'Not yet. He's still in pretty good shape. I mean, of course now, you don't even know what causes people to fall, but he's still in pretty good shape,' Salter said.  [READ: Jimmy Carter earns new title: Oldest living former president] 'There are probably 30 million older Americans who fall each year. About 300,000 of those folks have some sort of injury.  About 30,000 of them, it's the cause of their deaths. So, it's a very serious problem,' said Geriatrician Dr. Ted Johnson from Emory University Hospital.  This isn't Carter's first fall this year. He fell on Oct. 6, which left him with a black eye and multiple stitches.  That didn't keep him from attending the kick-off to a Habitat for Humanity the next day in Nashville. [READ: Former President Jimmy Carter suffers fall ahead of Habitat build] Kim Carriger said she drove down to Plains from Newnan with her husband and mother-in-law. She told Elliot that she had been checking her phone to get the latest news on Carter's condition. 'Hope that he has a speedy recovery and good luck to them all for a speedy recovery,' Carriger said. Carter's church in Plains, Maranatha Baptist Church, went on Facebook Tuesday to say the former president won't be teaching his Sunday school class this week. A statement put out by the Carter Center in Atlanta said he is looking forward to recovering at home. Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter had a fall yesterday evening at his home in Plains, Ga. He has been admitted to Phoebe Sumter Medical Center for observation and treatment of a minor pelvic fracture. He is in good spirits and is looking forward to recovering at home. — The Carter Center (@CarterCenter) October 22, 2019
  • Oconee County sets the date for the opening of its new traffic circle: the County says the roundabout at what had been the intersection of Malcom Bridge and Mars Hill roads will see its first traffic this weekend, with opening set for Saturday.   Work on the project began back in August. From the Oconee County government website… The intersection at Malcom Bridge Road and Mars Hill Road will be paved on Saturday, October 26, and the intersection will begin operating in a roundabout configuration following paving. Intermittent lane closures will occur on Saturday during the paving process. Work on the center island, splitter islands, and final paving will continue after October 26. Roundabouts have been shown to increase safety while keeping traffic flowing. According to the Federal Highway Administration, benefits of roundabouts include a more than 90% reduction in fatalities and a 76% reduction in injuries. Roundabouts also reduce congestion and pollution. When navigating a roundabout, vehicles already in the roundabout have the right of way, all traffic proceeds in a counterclockwise direction, and all turns are right turns. Vehicles should not stop while they are in the roundabout.
  • A special called meeting of Athens-Clarke County Commissioners is set for 6 o’clock tonight at City Hall: the Commission will formally submit the plan to redevelop the Bethel Midtown Village apartments.    Athens Judge David Sweat has heard more arguments in an Elbert County controversy: at issue is a complaint brought against Elbert County Commissioners by landfill operators, who want a special use permit to develop a landfill, a permit that has been, so far, denied by the Commission in Elberton.   Barrow County Commissioners meet, 7 o’clock tonight in Winder.   John Scarborough says he wants a second four-year term in Danielsville: Scarborough says he will run for reelection to the Madison County Commission Chairman’s post.    Gainesville City Councilman George Wangemann says he will be a candidate for mayor of Gainesville when his term on the Council expires in 2021. Wangemann has been on the Gainesville City Council since 1986.
  • The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Department hosts two open house information sessions this week, the first tonight and the second on Thursday: both are focusing on the latest plans for the Firefly Trail. This evening’s forum is set for 6 o’clock at the Spring Valley Road offices of the Athens-Clarke County Streets and Drainage Department.    From the Athens-Clarke Co government website…   The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Department will host public information open houses on Tuesday, October 22 and Thursday October 24 regarding proposed plans for the extension of the Firefly Trail from Hancock Road to Moores Grove Road in Winterville. This connection traverses mostly along the original Athens Branch of the Georgia Railroad bed, generally following along Spring Valley Road until turning toward Winterville and connecting to the section of the Firefly Trail currently under construction.The open houses will take place 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. at the Athens-Clarke County Streets & Drainage Department Training Room at 605 Spring Valley Road.The design team will provide information regarding plans for the Firefly Trail at this drop-in informational open house. The proposed route will be available for viewing. Staff will discuss the project progress to date and future steps in the process.This project is part of Transportation Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (TSPLOST) 2018 Program Referendum, which included the Firefly Trail Project (Project #06). Athens-Clarke County voters approved this project on November 7, 2017. The project includes the land acquisition, design, and construction of additional length of the Firefly Trail from the end of the work completed under the SPLOST 2011 Program.Please visit the Leisure Services Department’s Park Planning website at www.accgov.com/parkplanning for the latest information regarding this project or call 706-613-3801.

Bulldog News

  • ATHENS 'Urgency' sounded like the word of the day, Georgia coaches urging the players to perform at peak levels during the practice on Tuesday. Bulldogs quarterback Jake Fromm appeared to be spot on. Fromm was whistling passes through a 12 mph wind, the benefit of a dry football seeming to make all the difference. RELATED: Kirby Smart shares concerns, two passing related Fromm was 9-of-12 passing for 35 yards in the 21-0 win over Kentucky. The Bulldogs QB said after the game that a wet football and inclement weather had affected the game plan significantly. The No. 10-ranked Bulldogs (6-1, 3-1 SEC) play No. 7 Florida (7-1, 4-1) in Florida at Jacksonville's TIAA Bank Field on Nov. 2. Both Georgia and the Gators are idle this weekend. Georgia coach Kirby Smart said he's hoping to get some players back healthy this week. Cornerback Tyson Campbell would be at the top of the list. Campbell was working at full speed in drill work with the second team on Tuesday. Campbell is looking to come off the turf toe ailment that's sidelined him since the second half of the Arkansas State game on Sep. 14. Cornerback Tyrique Stevenson was going through drill work with first team players after seeing extensive action against Kentucky last Saturday. Smart has said the competition is deep at cornerback behind Eric Stokes, with DJ Daniel and Tyrique McGhee also working atop the depth chart. Junior Solomon Kindley was back working with the first team at left guard. It's worth noting Cade Mays and Trey Hill were both snapping the football from center during the media viewing portion of practice. Mays has played every position on the offensive line this season except center. Receiver Lawrence Cager, sidelined since the second half of the 20-17 overtime loss to South Carolina on Oct. 12, was not seen at practice. Cager has been playing with a separated shoulder this season, and he suffered a rib injury that sidelined him against the Gamecocks. DawgNation Georgia football Bulldogs' defense says it has offense's backs RELATED: D'Andre Swift stands up for team after 21-0 win Georgia football winners and losers from Kentucky game Georgia football stock report, lock-down defense gets shutout D'Andre Swift gets game ball, carries Bulldogs to victory Georgia game recap, how the Bulldogs beat Kentucky WATCH: Kirby Smart proud Bulldogs able to chop wood' The post Georgia football practice observations: Urgency' the word of the day Tuesday appeared first on DawgNation.
  • The Atlanta Falcons have traded Mohamed Sanu to the New England Patriots for a 2020 second-round pick. After seven weeks, the Falcons are tied for the third-worst record (1-6) in the NFL, with a .143 winning percentage. They now have four picks in the first three rounds of the 2020 NFL Draft, which include one first-round pick, two second-round picks and one third-round pick.  Despite the hole the Falcons now have on their offense without their starting slot receiver, the Falcons will likely use these early draft picks to rebuild their struggling defense. The Falcons are one game away from becoming the first team in NFL history to fail to record a sack in five-straight games. The Falcons only have five sacks this season, which is the fewest in the NFL. The last time they got a sack was against the Indianapolis Colts. In addition to their lack of being able to pressure the quarterback, the Falcons defense also struggles to produce turnovers. They only have two interceptions, which both came against the Philadelphia Eagles. The Falcons have placed defensive end/outside linebacker, Vic Beasley on the trade block and have been rumored to be in discussion with teams on outside linebacker De’Vondre Campbell. Falcons defensive ranks - 2019 31.9 points allowed per game (31st) -116.40 expected points contributed by all defense (32nd) 387.7 total yards allowed per game (27th) 274.0 passing yards allowed per game (28th) 113.7 rushing yards allowed per game (20th) 4 total takeaways (31st) 2 interceptions (t-30th) 2 fumbles recovered (t-25th) 5 sacks (32nd)
  • ATHENS Georgia football fans worried that Kirby Smart has no interest in an explosive passing game can rest easy. Yes, Smart believes a powerful run game is an important component to any offense, but he wants Jake Fromm to continue to throw the ball effectively, too. The No. 10-ranked Bulldogs planned to evolve their passing game against Kentucky before a storm front with wind and rain changed the blueprint for success in a 21-0 win. ' We worked really hard,' Smart said, asked about improving the pass game on the heels of the 20-17 overtime loss to South Carolina on Oct. 12. 'The concerns coming into the week were: Can we get separation, can we create some space, can we get healthy, can we run the ball explosively.' The explosive runs took care of themselves in the second half with D'Andre Swift breaking loose on three runs of 20 yards or more and the team totaling six of 12 yards or more. One of the key players Georgia got back healthy was redshirt freshman receiver Kearis Jackson, who has provided a spark for the offense. 'That kid plays with passion and energy, (and) he doesn't care if he gets the credit,' Smart said. 'He's a winner. He fights his butt off. He took a tough injury (broken hand at Vanderbilt) and came back, and he's more excited about his block than catching the ball and doing anything with it. 'That, to me, is what winning programs have. It's what winners do. It's the kind of guys that I want on my team. I want guys lined up all over that are like that.' Smart credited his team for hard work in the days leading up to the win over Kentucky, citing leadership as a key. 'I think when you start with a core leadership, guys like D'Andre (Swift) and Jake (Fromm) and J.R. (Reed), Andrew (Thomas), those guys, they believe in each other,' Smart said. 'That's all you need. Players that believe in each other. 'Where we are right now is not where we need to be. We're not a finished product. We've got to get better. It's what we're gonna do this week.' DawgNation Georgia football Bulldogs' defense says it has offense's backs RELATED: D'Andre Swift stands up for team after 21-0 win Georgia football winners and losers from Kentucky game Georgia football stock report, lock-down defense gets shutout D'Andre Swift gets game ball, carries Bulldogs to victory Georgia game recap, how the Bulldogs beat Kentucky WATCH: Kirby Smart proud Bulldogs able to chop wood' The post Georgia football coach Kirby Smart shares concerns, two involving pass game appeared first on DawgNation.
  • ATHENS Georgia offensive lineman Ben Cleveland said it was back yard football Saturday night at Sanford Stadium. And it was just what the Bulldogs needed. 'It's the kind of game we all grew up playing in the back yard, crappy days you go outside and you play football with your friends outside in the yard, and that's what (Saturday) was,' Cleveland said. 'We went out there, we said before the game we wanted to have fun, play physical, just get after it. That's exactly what we did.' It added up to a 21-0 win for the No. 10-ranked Bulldogs (6-1, 3-1 SEC) against Kentucky (3-4, 1-4 SEC) on cold, rainy night in Athens. Georgia outgained the Wildcats 270 yards to 177. Both teams stuck primarily with their run games throughout the action. UGA quarterback Jake Fromm was 9-of-12 passing for 35 yards. The ball so slick that the Bulldogs attempted just one pass in the second half. At one point, Georgia had 25 consecutive run plays. 'He just didn't have the feel of the ball in his hand, with it being wet, he didn't have he confidence to throw it, and he'd rather take it and run it himself and get what he can rather than make a bad decision and throw it in the hands of the defense,' Cleveland said. 'So he's really playing smart at quarterback. Even when it does look like he's a little shaky back there, but he knows what he's doing.' Fromm said Georgia knew the weather conditions would limit the pass game, they just didn't know how much. 'You know going into it, it's going to be a ground and pound game, and you have to accept that and guys have to take that as a chip on their shoulder and it's let's go out and execute,' Fromm said. 'Eventually the body blows just keep adding up. Tthe physicality of the game took over.' Indeed, the game was tied 0-0 at halftime before Georgia broke through on D'Andre Swift's 39-yard touchdown run. The Bulldogs gained 140 of their 235 yards rushing in the second half. Brian Herrien added an 8-yard TD run in the third quarter, and Swift scored again from 3 yards out in the fourth quarter. Cleveland said the backs did what they were supposed to do, following the offensive line blocks and hitting the holes hard. 'Most of our rushing yards came from the last half of football, so we let them piggyback off us,' Cleveland said. 'That's what they come here to do, is sit here and find holes and make yards. We do what we're supposed to do and they do the rest.' Swift leads the SEC and ranks 12th in the nation with 752 yards rushing. Swift's 6.84 yards per carry ranks also leads the SEC and is 12th in the country. Georgia ranks second in the SEC and 14th in the nation in rushing with 236.9 yards rushing per game. DawgNation Georgia football coverage Bulldogs Freshman Report: UGA 21, Kentucky 0 Georgia defense buys in to offense, we've got each other's backs' RELATED: D'Andre Swift stands up for team after 21-0 win Georgia football winners and losers from Kentucky game Georgia football stock report, lock-down defense gets shutout D'Andre Swift gets game ball, carries Bulldogs to victory Georgia game recap, how the Bulldogs beat Kentucky WATCH: Kirby Smart proud Bulldogs able to chop wood' The post Georgia offensive lineman Big Ben Cleveland chimes in on back yard' football appeared first on DawgNation.
  • DawgNation will offer this report after every game which focuses on the freshmen who played, what they did and which ones might lose one of those newfangled (four games or less) redshirts. Check out the Georgia football edition after a 21-0 blanking of SEC East foe Kentucky. Georgia fell last week. Raindrops (and plenty of them) fell this past weekend to soak all the narratives and game summations from Georgia's 21-0 home win against South Carolina. It marked the second shutout of the season for Georgia. It was also the second shutout of an SEC opponent of the Kirby Smart era. The night also meant the 11th time one of his defenses held a team to single digits during his time in Athens. The Bulldogs played fewer players against Kentucky on Saturday than they did in any other Power 5 game this season. It was the first time this year that UGA fielded less than 60 players against an opponent. How many freshmen (redshirt and true) still hit that soggy Sanford Stadium field? The charter for this post will be to break all of that down. The Bulldogs played 58 players on Saturday. They sent 62 out on the field in the previous game against South Carolina. Let's also quickly note that: 14 of the 58 Bulldogs who played were freshmen (redshirt or true freshmen) UGA started two of its redshirt freshmen in Azeez Ojulari (OLB) and Divaad Wilson (STAR) The Bulldogs also started a true freshman ( George Pickens) for the first time in 2019. Georgia continued to start a 2019 signee in JUCO transfer DJ Daniel. It was his fourth straight start. Kentucky saw just 46 of its players see action in that game Want a clear takeaway from the freshman who played earlier this year? The Bulldogs saw 13 of 61 play against Vanderbilt, 29 of 86 see time against Murray State, 30 of 86 log reps versus Arkansas State, 13 out of 60 against Notre Dame and 15 of 63 players at Tennessee and 15 of the 62 who took on South Carolina. Who played against Kentucky (by classes): Freshmen:8 Redshirt freshmen: 6 Touchdowns by true or redshirt freshmen: 0 True or redshirt freshmen among the leading tacklers: 1 (Nakobe Dean) Kentucky game freshman focus Georgia played 14 redshirt or true freshmen.The big picture still tallies up to 24 percent of all the Bulldogs who played on Saturday. That equates to: 0 of 1 QBs (1 QBs played in the previous game) 2 of 6 RBs(5 RBs played in the previous game) 3 of 5 WRs (7 WRs played in the previous game) 0 of 7 OLs (8 OLs played in the previous game) 1 of 3 TEs (3 TEs played in the previous game) 0 of 8 DLs (9 DLs playedin the previous game 2 of 7 ILBs (8 ILBs played in the previous game) 2 of 5 OLBs (5 OLBs played in the previous game) 3 of 12 DBs (12 DBs played in the previous game) 0 of 1 PKs (No change versus the previous game) 0 of 1 Ps (No change from the previous game) 1 of 2 LSs (No change from the previous game) Why did Georgia play fewer Bulldogs on Saturday: The main reason was due to injury. Lawrence Cage, Justin Shaffer and Travon Walker were not able to dress out. Brian Herrien returned and Matt Landers also did not show up on the participation report. What that study has shown far this year: Georgia plays the same group of DLs, ILBs and OLBs regardless of the quality of the opponent. FRESHMEN BULLDOGS IN 2019 What's more important? Snaps or starts? Both are important, but there is a reason why certain players start the game and stay on the field for the biggest plays. That's because the coaches trust them to play winning football by what they have seen on the practice field. There are common instances where the scheme fit based on each opponent allows for a different starting rotation as well. Here is the weekly list of the true freshmen and redshirt freshmen that have started games in 2019. Redshirt freshman TE John FitzPatrick (1 game) Redshirt freshman WR Kearis Jackson (1 game) Redshirt freshman OLB Azeez Ojulari (7 games) Redshirt freshman DB Divaad Wilson (2 games) Freshman WR George Pickens (1 game) Who started against Kentucky (all freshmen) : Ojulari, Pickens and Wilson. How many different Bulldogs have played in 2019: 97 How many of those have been freshmen or redshirt freshmen: 34 (35 percent of all participation) Overall participation in 2019 Redshirt or grad transfer seniors: 9 Seniors: 8 Redshirt juniors: 5 Juniors: 15 Redshirt sophomores: 14 Sophomores: 12 Redshirt freshmen: 11 Freshmen: 23 Of note: Georgia has seen six of its true freshmen play in every game this year. That's out of the 23 freshmen who have played so far in 2019. ( Lewis Cine, Nakobe Dean, Trezmen Marshall, George Pickens, Nolan Smith and Tyrique Stevenson.) THE BIG PICTURE, PART I Freshman Game Ball ILB Nakobe Dean (Horn Lakes High, Horn Lakes, Miss.) Dean earns this weekly 'Freshmen Report' honor for the first time this season. The Nakobe Dean stat line:6 total tackles/ 4 solo tackles/1 forced fumble The biggest play he made was: It came on special teams. Dean forced a fumble by punt returner Josh Ali that the Wildcats were able to recover at their own 29. He also tallied up four of his six tackles in the second half. Final 247Sports Composite recruiting rankings: Nation's No. 2 ILB and No. 19 overall (Was the nation's No. 1 ILB at the time he signed with UGA.) Former All-American: Yes (2019 Under Armour All-American) There are a couple of elements to point out here from the day Dean had against South Carolina: Led the team with his four solo tackles Tied for the team-best total with his six total tackles Why did he choose Georgia? Dean chose Georgia over a late back-and-forth and 11th-hour struggle which included a tug to stay home and play for Alabama or in-state Ole Miss. Notable time for other freshmen against Kentucky Freshman WR George Pickens: Led Bulldogs in catches (4) and yards (35) while getting his first career start against the Wildcats. Redshirt freshman Divaad Wilson:Finished his second career start for UGA with two total tackles. FRESHMEN SUPERLATIVES FOR 2019 There are a number of categories in which a redshirt or a true freshmen Bulldog is already leading the team in 2019. Receptions in a game: 7 (George Pickens) Receiving yards in a game: 112 (Blaylock) Longest catch: 60 (Blaylock) Longest TD catch: 60 (Blaylock) Longest run: 62 (Kenny McIntosh) Longest TD run: 62 (McIntosh) Sacks (game): 2.0 (Ojulari Sacks (season): 3.5 (Ojulari) Tackles for a loss (game): 2 (Ojulari) Interceptions (game): 1 (Lewis Cine and Divaad Wilson, tied for season-high) Interceptions (season): 1 (Cine and Wilson, tied for first) THE BIG PICTURE, PART II HOT BOARD: Game-by-game freshman heat check Let's continue the blog with an assessment of the five most valuable freshmen and redshirt freshmen to the team for the 2019 season. This feature is a nod to the top freshmen (redshirt or true) who have impacted the overall balance of the season the most up to this point. No. 1: OLB Azeez Ojulari (Redshirt freshman and a former 4-star recruit): Ojulari continues to perform admirably along his redshirt freshman season, but he did not record a tackle on Saturday against the Wildcats. He continued to provide pressure on the pocket. No. 2: WR George Pickens (former 5-star recruit): Besides his first start, he had four catches for 35 yards, including a 22-yard connection from Jake Fromm. That play call came on 1st-and-10 from the Georgia 19. He brought down an even bigger catch for seven yards on 4th-and-4 from the Kentucky 29 which extended the final Bulldog scoring drive of the game. No. 3: RB Zamir White (former 5-star recruit): White had one carry for three yards against the Wildcats. Senior RB Brian Herrien was back this week and that reduced his touches. He has 39 carries for 249 yards (6.3 yards per attempt) this fall and that ranks third on the team. He also ranks third with his two rushing touchdowns and is averaging 40.8 rushing yards per game. No. 4: OLB Nolan Smith (former 5-star recruit): Smith continues to take the field on third down in the 'Nickel' and 'Dime' packages for the Bulldogs. His combination of power and speed rushes make him an all-around pass rusher. He finished with one tackle against Kentucky. No. 5: DB Divaad Wilson (former 4-star recruit): Wilson has now started two games for Georgia this fall. That's more than every other redshirt or true freshmen on the team except for Ojulari. No. 6: ILB Nakobe Dean(former 5-star recruit): See above. OTHERS TO MAKE THE HEAT CHECK THIS FALL: Freshman WR Dominick Blaylock, Freshman DT Travon Walker FRESHMEN BULLDOGS ON SOCIAL MEDIA Jake Fromm @FrommJake to George Pickens @geo_Thagoat 1st Down!! #GoDawgs pic.twitter.com/a5ihbtbVZD Hiro Katsuki (@KatsukiFB) October 20, 2019 You know your momma has a unconditional picture taking illness, when you taking pictures in the rain pic.twitter.com/CQipHoBLHb Divaad 'Newt' Wilson #LLP (@NikemanNewt) October 21, 2019 https://t.co/yWK4ZJa14i The Freak 7 (@dreamchaserTy10) October 20, 2019 https://t.co/RTF9mXpGcs The Freak 7 (@dreamchaserTy10) October 20, 2019 FRESHMEN TO PLAY IN EVERY GAME The following true or redshirt freshmen Bulldogs have played in every game so far this season: S Lewis Cine ILB Nakobe Dean Redshirt TE John FitzPatrick ILB Trezmen Marshall Redshirt OLB Azeez Ojulari WR George Pickens CB Tyrique Stevenson OLB Nolan Smith Redshirt walk-on LS Payne Walker Redshirt DB Divaad Wilson Participation for 2019 signees The Bulldogs who have seen action so far in 2019 is worth watching in terms of the new redshirt rules. QB Stetson Bennett IV (redshirt sophomore): 3 games WR Dominick Blaylock: 6 games WR Lawrence Cager (grad transfer senior): 6 games S Lewis Cine: 7 games CB D.J. Daniel (junior college transfer) : 6 games ILB Rian Davis: 1 game ILB Nakobe Dean: 7 games TE Ryland Goede: 2 games OLB Jermaine Johnson (junior college transfer): 7 games DL Zion Logue: 2 games ILB Trezmen Marshall: 7 games (special teams) QB D'Wan Mathis: 0 games OL Warren McClendon: 1 game RB Kenny McIntosh: 5 games DL Tymon Mitchell: 2 games DL Bill Norton: 2 games WR George Pickens: 7 games TE Brett Seither: 2 games OLB Nolan Smith: 7 games CB Tyrique Stevenson: 7 games WR Makiya Tongue: 2 games OL Xavier Truss: 2 games DT Travon Walker: 5 games DL Tramel Walthour: 0 games OL Clay Webb: 1 game TE Eli Wolf (grad transfer senior): 7 games True freshmen signees who did not play this week: ILB Rian Davis, TE Ryland Goede, QB D'Wan Mathis, OL Warren McClendon, DL Zion Logue, DL Tymon Mitchell, DL Bill Norton, TE Brett Seither, WR Makiya Tongue, OT Xavier Truss, DT Travon Walker and OL Clay Webb. The 2019 Freshman Reports on DawgNation South Carolina 20, Georgia 17 The 'Freshmen Report' from Georgia's 43-14 win at Tennessee The 'FR' from the biggest win of the year so far: Georgia 23, Notre Dame 17 FR: Georgia 55, Arkansas State 0 Freshmen Report: Georgia 63, Murray State 17 Freshmen Report: Georgia 30, Vanderbilt 6 The post Georgia football freshmen report: UGA 21, Kentucky 0 appeared first on DawgNation.