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  • ATHENS — It was supposed to be the first day of fall, so the calendar said anyway. But the temperature and humidity begged to differ. And so did the matchup of two of the SEC’s hottest teams between the hedges, No. 11 Georgia and No. 17 Mississippi State. In that way it felt more late-season clash with championship implications. As it went, it was the home team Bulldogs who flourished in the heat, and they gave a raucous crowd of 93,000 what they came for. They scored a resounding 31-3 victory and gave some real hope to their fan base that something special might be a-brewing this season. With its third consecutive victory over a Top 25 opponents going back to last season, Georgia improves to 4-0 on the season and 1-0 in SEC play. The Bulldogs’ win over State was as thorough and impressive as State’s 37-7 victory was over LSU last Saturday. Georgia will be favored again next Saturday when it travels to Tennessee. The Vols (3-1, 0-1 SEC) struggled but held on to defeat winless UMass 17-13 on Saturday at Neyland Stadium. Georgia struck Mississippi State quick and fast on Saturday. On the Bulldogs’ first play from scrimmage, Nick Chubb tossed an inside handoff back to quarterback Jake Fromm, who hit wide-open receiver Terry Godwin striding down the middle of the field for a 59-yard touchdown. On the Bulldogs’ second possession, Fromm and Godwin connected for a big third-down conversion that kept alive an eight-play, 78-yard scoring drive. Chubb scored from seven yards out on a nifty, high-stepping run on a toss-sweep left and Georgia was up 14-0 with 6:16 still remaining in the first quarter. State finally caught its breath and managed to get to the halftime locker room trailing 14-3. But the Bulldogs got possession to start the second half and knew exactly what to do with it. They drove 75 yards and in six plays and Chubb scored his second TD of the night on a sweep left out of the Wild Dawg formation. But the story of the night was Georgia’s freshman quarterback. Fromm completed 9-of-12 passes for 201 yards and two touchdowns. He did not attempt a pass in the fourth quarter. One of his incompletions was a deliberate throw away and another a drop by Godwin that should have been a long first-down completion deep in State territory. Even though Jacob Eason dressed out, warmed up and appears ever closer to returning, Fromm’s moves may make it moot. Meanwhile, the Bulldogs made mincemeat of a Todd Grantham for the second straight time since facing their former defensive coordinator. They also smoked him and Louisville in the 2014 Belk Bowl, 37-14. And Georgia’s defense spoiled the return of quarterback Nick Fitzgerald to the place his uncle, Charles Pledger, once played for UGA. He had 14 incompletions, two interceptions and just 33 yards rushing through three quarters. State was leading the SEC with a 47.7 scoring average coming into Saturday’s game. The post Instant Analysis: Georgia wins big in Dog fight between hedges appeared first on DawgNation.
  • ATHENS------The Georgia Bulldogs will have 31 games at Foley Field in 2018, featuring Southeastern Conference series with South Carolina, Texas A&M, Kentucky, Tennessee and Arkansas. The 56-game college baseball season begins Feb. 16 at Foley Field with a series against Georgia Southern. Eight of Georgia’s first nine contests will be at home before a Spring Break trip to Charleston for games against College of Charleston, The Citadel and Charleston Southern. SEC play opens on the road against Alabama (March 16-18) while the Bulldogs SEC home opener will be with the Gamecocks (March 23-25). The other SEC home series will be with the Aggies (March 29-31), Wildcats (April 13-15), the Volunteers (April 27-29) and Razorbacks (May 17-19). Along with the series in Tuscaloosa, Georgia’s road trips in the conference will be at Vanderbilt (April 6-8), Ole Miss (April 20-22), Missouri (May 4-6), and Florida (May 11-13). Please note the ESPNU and SEC Network Thursday night selections have not been set, thus some SEC series may change to Thursday-Saturday. The 16th annual Spring Baseball Classic to benefit Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta will be May 8 as the Bulldogs battle their rival Georgia Tech at the Atlanta Braves home, SunTrust Park. The Bulldogs are 10-5 all-time against Tech in this game. The SEC Tournament again will feature the league’s top 12 finishers in the regular season and be played in Hoover, Ala., from May 22-27. NCAA Regional action at various campus sites will be June 1-4 with Super Regionals from June 8-11. The 2018 season culminates with the College World Series (CWS) from June 16-27 in Omaha, Neb. The Bulldogs have made six appearances in Omaha including winning the national title in 1990 and reaching the CWS Finals in 2008. Georgia will begin fall practice today, and it will end with the annual Red versus Black Fall World Series from Nov. 3-5. Georgia is in its fifth year under Ike Cousins head baseball coach Scott Stricklin. The Bulldogs fall roster features 26 returning lettermen and nine newcomers. Georgia welcomes back all nine starting position players and several key components of the pitching staff. The Bulldogs went 25-32 last year including 8-3 over their final 11 games of the regular season to qualify for the SEC Tournament. In that stretch, Georgia claimed a road series over No. 4 Kentucky and No. 30 South Carolina and a home series over No. 6 Mississippi State. The Georgia Bulldog Club operates the Georgia Baseball Fund (GBF), which will serve as the priority-seating program for Georgia Baseball. The donation deadline to guarantee a renewable season ticket for the 2018 Georgia Baseball season is Oct. 31. To learn more about the GBF, call The Georgia Bulldog Club toll-free at (877) 423-2947 or review the GBF brochure at the following link: http://thegeorgiabulldogclub.com/georgia-baseball-fund   Season ticket applications will be mailed in October, and the deadline will be Nov. 30. FOLLOW THE BULLDOGS For the latest Georgia baseball news, visit www.georgiadogs.com and follow the Bulldogs on Twitter (@BaseballUGA), Facebook (@GeorgiaBaseball) and Instagram (@baseballuga). --get 2018 schedule--   2018 GEORGIA BASEBALL TENTATIVE SCHEDULE DAYS DATES OPPONENT/SERIES TIMES (ET) Fri.-Sun. Feb. 16-18 Ga. Southern 5/1/1 pm Wed. Feb. 21 @ Kennesaw State 5 pm Fri.-Sun. Feb. 23-25 Charlotte 5/1/1 pm Tues. Feb. 27 Wofford 5 pm Wed. Feb. 28 Ga. State 5 pm Fri.-Sun. March 2-4 @ College of Charleston 4/1/1 pm Tues. March 6 @ The Citadel 7 pm Wed. March 7 @ Charleston Southern 3 pm Fri.-Sun. March 9-11 Toledo 6/2/1 pm Tues. March 13 Kennesaw State 5 pm Fri.-Sun. March 16-18 @ *Alabama TBA Tues. March 20 @ Ga. State 6 pm Fri.-Sun. March 23-25  *South Carolina 7/2/1 pm Tues. March 27 Charleston Southern 6 pm Thurs-Sat. March 29-31 *Texas A&M 7/7/2 pm Tues. April 3 Ga. Tech 7 pm Fri.-Sun. April 6-8 @ *Vanderbilt TBA Tues. April 10 @ Clemson 7 pm Fri.-Sun. April 13-15 *Kentucky 7/2/1 pm Tues. April 17 Clemson 7 pm Fri.-Sun. April 20-22 @ *Ole Miss 7:30/2:30/2:30 pm Tues. April 24 @ Ga. Tech 7 pm Fri.-Sun. April 27-29 *Tennessee 7/2/1 pm Fri.-Sun. May 4-6 @ *Missouri 7:30/3/2 pm Tues. May 8 vs. %Ga. Tech 7 pm Fri.-Sun. May 11-13 @ *Florida 6:30/6:30/1 pm Tues. May 15 Presbyterian 6 pm Thurs.-Sat. May 17-19 *Arkansas 7/7/2 pm Tues.-Sun. May 22-27 ^SEC Tournament TBA   Fri.-Mon. June 1-4 +NCAA Regionals TBA   Fri.-Mon. June 8-11 +NCAA Super Regionals TBA   Sat.-Wed. June 16-27 $College World Series TBA          Home games in Bold; *SEC game; %SunTrust Park, Atlanta, Ga.; ^Hoover Metropolitan Stadium, Hoover, Ala.; +Campus Sites, TBA; $TD Ameritrade Park, Omaha, Neb.; Note: All times and dates subject to change
  • Former Nicholson Mayor Ronnie Maxwell was sentenced to serve time in the Jackson County jail for using taxpayer money to pave private property, Channel 2 Action News reported Thursday. Maxwell pleaded guilty in July to one charge of theft by taking related to using taxpayer money for personal purposes, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution previously reported. In 2015, Maxwell used $10,000 in special purpose local-option sales tax money to pave his mother’s driveway. The former mayor of the Jackson County city said the paved blacktop used to be a public road, but a judge said the 68-year-old betrayed the public’s trust, Channel 2 reported. Maxwell was sentenced to 90 days in jail, nine months of house arrest and four years of probation, but because he is in poor health and has a surgery planned, Maxwell began house arrest Thursday and will head to jail in October. He admitted to the judge he’d made a “stupid mistake,” Channel 2 reported.
  • A man was denied bond Thursday after authorities found a variety of bomb-making materials in his Athens apartment, according to reports. David Aaron Romine, 31, allegedly had a metal pipe with both ends capped, drawers filled with electrical components, chemicals, soldering tools, wiring, an alarm clock and 2-liter bottles with wires taped to them. When asked about the capped pipe in his bedroom, Romine reportedly responded that “he didn’t have the money for a pressure cooker at the time,” Athens-Clarke County police officer Clint Dieball said in a report. “This immediately caught our attention since the Boston (Marathon) bombers used pressure cookers as containment vessels for their explosives.” The situation came to light Monday when police were called to handle a dispute between Romine and some neighbors at an apartment complex owned by the Athens Housing Authority, the newspaper reported. The FBI and a U.S. Army weapons of mass destruction civil team were also involved in the investigation. Romine was charged with criminal attempt to possess or manufacture an explosive device.
  • The Athens-Clarke County Democratic Committee says it will vote next week on a motion to remove Athens Mayor Nancy Denson from Committee membership. The local party’s Executive Committee says Denson, a lifelong Democrat, violated party rules when she hosted a fundraiser for Republican legislative candidate Houston Gaines. Gaines, who managed Denson’s 2014 reelection campaign, is running in a November 7 special election against Democrat Deborah Gonzalez. The winner fills the state House District 117 seat that opened with the departure of former state Rep Regina Quick, who left the legislature to become a Superior Court judge.  From the Athens-Clarke County Democratic Committee... Greetings Friend, On September 7th, the Executive Committee of the Athens-Clarke Democratic Committee voted to begin removal proceedings against Nancy Denson. Therefore, at this month's meeting of the full Committee (to be held Thursday, September 28th, at 6 pm, at the Athens Library), a vote will be held to revoke Nancy Denson's Democratic Committee membership. Frankly, Denson's actions leave the Committee no choice. On August 31st, Nancy Denson hosted a fundraiser for the Republican candidate in the House District 117 special election this November 7th. The invitation is above. Denson's Republican fundraising violates our By-laws that prohibit any member from publicly supporting a Republican over a Democrat in a contested election. Democrat Deborah Gonzalez is running for this seat and, in fact, is going to win. Trump won this District by 3.38%. The groundswell of opposition to Donald Trump's Republicans nationwide makes this race imminently winnable. When confidentially asked to resign earlier this week, Denson refused. She then told the Flagpole 'I've probably been more active than many of the people who are on the committee now.' It is unfortunate that this issue is now airing publicly. We thank Nancy Denson for her service in the past and wish her well. The Republican Fundraiser Event Committee (pictured below) is also disturbing. Note the Commissioners Mike Hamby, Sharyn Dickerson, Jerry Nesmith, Andy Herod, and Diane Bell. To top it off, the Republican candidate has allied with Doug McKillip, the ​former elected-Democrat-turned-Republican legislator. That these local leaders have allied with the Republican Party, led by Donald Trump, is a sad statement and shows the importance of local elections. We look forward to seeing you at our next meeting on Thursday the 28th, The Executive Committee of the Athens-Clarke Democratic Committee

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  • ATHENS — It was supposed to be the first day of fall, so the calendar said anyway. But the temperature and humidity begged to differ. And so did the matchup of two of the SEC’s hottest teams between the hedges, No. 11 Georgia and No. 17 Mississippi State. In that way it felt more late-season clash with championship implications. As it went, it was the home team Bulldogs who flourished in the heat, and they gave a raucous crowd of 93,000 what they came for. They scored a resounding 31-3 victory and gave some real hope to their fan base that something special might be a-brewing this season. With its third consecutive victory over a Top 25 opponents going back to last season, Georgia improves to 4-0 on the season and 1-0 in SEC play. The Bulldogs’ win over State was as thorough and impressive as State’s 37-7 victory was over LSU last Saturday. Georgia will be favored again next Saturday when it travels to Tennessee. The Vols (3-1, 0-1 SEC) struggled but held on to defeat winless UMass 17-13 on Saturday at Neyland Stadium. Georgia struck Mississippi State quick and fast on Saturday. On the Bulldogs’ first play from scrimmage, Nick Chubb tossed an inside handoff back to quarterback Jake Fromm, who hit wide-open receiver Terry Godwin striding down the middle of the field for a 59-yard touchdown. On the Bulldogs’ second possession, Fromm and Godwin connected for a big third-down conversion that kept alive an eight-play, 78-yard scoring drive. Chubb scored from seven yards out on a nifty, high-stepping run on a toss-sweep left and Georgia was up 14-0 with 6:16 still remaining in the first quarter. State finally caught its breath and managed to get to the halftime locker room trailing 14-3. But the Bulldogs got possession to start the second half and knew exactly what to do with it. They drove 75 yards and in six plays and Chubb scored his second TD of the night on a sweep left out of the Wild Dawg formation. But the story of the night was Georgia’s freshman quarterback. Fromm completed 9-of-12 passes for 201 yards and two touchdowns. He did not attempt a pass in the fourth quarter. One of his incompletions was a deliberate throw away and another a drop by Godwin that should have been a long first-down completion deep in State territory. Even though Jacob Eason dressed out, warmed up and appears ever closer to returning, Fromm’s moves may make it moot. Meanwhile, the Bulldogs made mincemeat of a Todd Grantham for the second straight time since facing their former defensive coordinator. They also smoked him and Louisville in the 2014 Belk Bowl, 37-14. And Georgia’s defense spoiled the return of quarterback Nick Fitzgerald to the place his uncle, Charles Pledger, once played for UGA. He had 14 incompletions, two interceptions and just 33 yards rushing through three quarters. State was leading the SEC with a 47.7 scoring average coming into Saturday’s game. The post Instant Analysis: Georgia wins big in Dog fight between hedges appeared first on DawgNation.
  • No. 11 Georgia took care of No. 17 Mississippi State 31-3 under the lights of Sanford Stadium. 
  • ATHENS------The Georgia Bulldogs will have 31 games at Foley Field in 2018, featuring Southeastern Conference series with South Carolina, Texas A&M, Kentucky, Tennessee and Arkansas. The 56-game college baseball season begins Feb. 16 at Foley Field with a series against Georgia Southern. Eight of Georgia’s first nine contests will be at home before a Spring Break trip to Charleston for games against College of Charleston, The Citadel and Charleston Southern. SEC play opens on the road against Alabama (March 16-18) while the Bulldogs SEC home opener will be with the Gamecocks (March 23-25). The other SEC home series will be with the Aggies (March 29-31), Wildcats (April 13-15), the Volunteers (April 27-29) and Razorbacks (May 17-19). Along with the series in Tuscaloosa, Georgia’s road trips in the conference will be at Vanderbilt (April 6-8), Ole Miss (April 20-22), Missouri (May 4-6), and Florida (May 11-13). Please note the ESPNU and SEC Network Thursday night selections have not been set, thus some SEC series may change to Thursday-Saturday. The 16th annual Spring Baseball Classic to benefit Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta will be May 8 as the Bulldogs battle their rival Georgia Tech at the Atlanta Braves home, SunTrust Park. The Bulldogs are 10-5 all-time against Tech in this game. The SEC Tournament again will feature the league’s top 12 finishers in the regular season and be played in Hoover, Ala., from May 22-27. NCAA Regional action at various campus sites will be June 1-4 with Super Regionals from June 8-11. The 2018 season culminates with the College World Series (CWS) from June 16-27 in Omaha, Neb. The Bulldogs have made six appearances in Omaha including winning the national title in 1990 and reaching the CWS Finals in 2008. Georgia will begin fall practice today, and it will end with the annual Red versus Black Fall World Series from Nov. 3-5. Georgia is in its fifth year under Ike Cousins head baseball coach Scott Stricklin. The Bulldogs fall roster features 26 returning lettermen and nine newcomers. Georgia welcomes back all nine starting position players and several key components of the pitching staff. The Bulldogs went 25-32 last year including 8-3 over their final 11 games of the regular season to qualify for the SEC Tournament. In that stretch, Georgia claimed a road series over No. 4 Kentucky and No. 30 South Carolina and a home series over No. 6 Mississippi State. The Georgia Bulldog Club operates the Georgia Baseball Fund (GBF), which will serve as the priority-seating program for Georgia Baseball. The donation deadline to guarantee a renewable season ticket for the 2018 Georgia Baseball season is Oct. 31. To learn more about the GBF, call The Georgia Bulldog Club toll-free at (877) 423-2947 or review the GBF brochure at the following link: http://thegeorgiabulldogclub.com/georgia-baseball-fund   Season ticket applications will be mailed in October, and the deadline will be Nov. 30. FOLLOW THE BULLDOGS For the latest Georgia baseball news, visit www.georgiadogs.com and follow the Bulldogs on Twitter (@BaseballUGA), Facebook (@GeorgiaBaseball) and Instagram (@baseballuga). --get 2018 schedule--   2018 GEORGIA BASEBALL TENTATIVE SCHEDULE DAYS DATES OPPONENT/SERIES TIMES (ET) Fri.-Sun. Feb. 16-18 Ga. Southern 5/1/1 pm Wed. Feb. 21 @ Kennesaw State 5 pm Fri.-Sun. Feb. 23-25 Charlotte 5/1/1 pm Tues. Feb. 27 Wofford 5 pm Wed. Feb. 28 Ga. State 5 pm Fri.-Sun. March 2-4 @ College of Charleston 4/1/1 pm Tues. March 6 @ The Citadel 7 pm Wed. March 7 @ Charleston Southern 3 pm Fri.-Sun. March 9-11 Toledo 6/2/1 pm Tues. March 13 Kennesaw State 5 pm Fri.-Sun. March 16-18 @ *Alabama TBA Tues. March 20 @ Ga. State 6 pm Fri.-Sun. March 23-25  *South Carolina 7/2/1 pm Tues. March 27 Charleston Southern 6 pm Thurs-Sat. March 29-31 *Texas A&M 7/7/2 pm Tues. April 3 Ga. Tech 7 pm Fri.-Sun. April 6-8 @ *Vanderbilt TBA Tues. April 10 @ Clemson 7 pm Fri.-Sun. April 13-15 *Kentucky 7/2/1 pm Tues. April 17 Clemson 7 pm Fri.-Sun. April 20-22 @ *Ole Miss 7:30/2:30/2:30 pm Tues. April 24 @ Ga. Tech 7 pm Fri.-Sun. April 27-29 *Tennessee 7/2/1 pm Fri.-Sun. May 4-6 @ *Missouri 7:30/3/2 pm Tues. May 8 vs. %Ga. Tech 7 pm Fri.-Sun. May 11-13 @ *Florida 6:30/6:30/1 pm Tues. May 15 Presbyterian 6 pm Thurs.-Sat. May 17-19 *Arkansas 7/7/2 pm Tues.-Sun. May 22-27 ^SEC Tournament TBA   Fri.-Mon. June 1-4 +NCAA Regionals TBA   Fri.-Mon. June 8-11 +NCAA Super Regionals TBA   Sat.-Wed. June 16-27 $College World Series TBA          Home games in Bold; *SEC game; %SunTrust Park, Atlanta, Ga.; ^Hoover Metropolitan Stadium, Hoover, Ala.; +Campus Sites, TBA; $TD Ameritrade Park, Omaha, Neb.; Note: All times and dates subject to change
  • ATHENS — Georgia head coach Kirby Smart maintains there’s “a chance” that cornerback Malkom Parrish could play Saturday, while quarterback Jacob Eason “hasn’t lost any focus” as he continues to work back from his injury. That was the update as of Thursday morning on Georgia’s two most notable injured players. Parrish, a two-year starter at cornerback, has missed Georgia’s first three games with a foot injury but returned to practice this week. Eason suffered a knee ligament injury in the first quarter of the season opener. Eason is not expected to play this week, with freshman Jake Fromm starting his third consecutive game. But Eason, who has been in uniform and throwing during practice, has remained active in the gameplanning for the Mississippi State game. “He wants to be around it. He’s stayed in all the meetings. He hasn’t lost any focus,” Smart said Thursday morning during an Atlanta radio appearance. “He’s been a part of the gameplan, he understands what we’re doing.” Parrish appears closer to seeing the field. He still appeared limited during Wednesday’s media viewing of practice. When host Chuck Dowdle asked Smart if there was a chance to get Parrish back, Smart answered: “Yeah, a chance to get him back. We think he’s done a good job this week. The biggest thing with him is conditioning. We’ve just got to make sure he can play the number of plays we ask him to.” Suggested video:
  • GAME OF THE WEEK: No. 17 Mississippi State at No. 11 Georgia: The first matchup between the SEC's two sets of Bulldogs since 2011 features a pair of undefeated teams. This is the first time Georgia and Mississippi State have met when both teams were ranked. Mississippi State is coming off a 37-7 blowout of No. 25 LSU, which was ranked 12th at the time of the game. Mississippi State is the only team in the nation to rank in the top 10 in both scoring offense and scoring defense. Georgia has beaten Mississippi State nine straight times. Mississippi State quarterback Nick Fitzgerald directs an offense that scores an SEC-leading 47.7 points per game , while Georgia has an exceptional defense that already silenced Notre Dame's potent rushing attack this season. MATCHUP OF THE WEEK: Alabama rushing attack vs. Vanderbilt run defense: Vanderbilt has allowed the fewest points per game (4.3) and yards per game (198.3) of any Football Bowl Subdivision team. That defense clearly faces its toughest test Saturday against the top-ranked Crimson Tide. Alabama averages 6 yards per carry with a backfield that includes quarterback Jalen Hurts and running backs Damien Harris and Bo Scarbrough. Hurts has a team-high 312 yards rushing and has gained 8.7 yards per carry. Hurts has run for over 100 yards in each of the Tide's last two games. This should be a busy day for Vanderbilt linebacker Emmanuel Smith, who had a team-high 12 tackles in the Commodores' victory over Kansas State last week. NUMBERS GAME: No. 20 Florida is seeking to beat Kentucky for the 31st straight time this week. Florida's 30 straight victories over the Wildcats represent the longest active winning streak by any team in an uninterrupted annual series. The NCAA record is owned by Notre Dame, which beat Navy 43 straight times from 1964-2006. ... Texas A&M's 45-21 victory over Louisiana-Lafayette last week marked the first time the Aggies ever had four true freshmen score touchdowns in one game. The touchdowns came from Kellen Mond, Jhamon Ausbon, Jacob Kibodi and Camron Buckley. ... LSU has won 48 straight nonconference home games heading into Saturday's game with Syracuse. Harvard owns the NCAA record with 55 straight nonconference home wins from 1890-95. ... Vanderbilt has outscored its first three opponents 63-7 in the first half. ... Auburn's defense is allowing just 3.18 yards per play to lead the nation. Ranking second is Mississippi State (3.34) and third is Vanderbilt (3.44). UPSET WATCH: Florida is a 2 ½-point favorite at Kentucky and obviously has history on its side in this annual series, but the Wildcats arguably have looked more impressive thus far. Kentucky is coming off a 23-13 victory at South Carolina , while Florida is still missing nine suspended players. Kentucky is seeking its first victory over Florida since 1986 and its first 2-0 start in SEC competition since 1977. IMPACT PERFORMER: Tennessee running back John Kelly leads the SEC with 349 yards rushing and also has 16 catches to match the second-highest total in the conference. He's averaging 180 all-purpose yards per game to rank sixth among all FBS players . _____ AP Sports Writers Steve Megargee in Knoxville, Tennessee, and David Brandt in Jackson, Mississippi, contributed to this story. _____ More college football coverage: http://collegefootball.ap.org and www.Twitter.com/AP_Top25 .