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  Georgia defensive tackle Jalen Carter, still bothered by an ankle injury that limited him against South Carolina in week three, played only one snap - at fullback - in a 39-22 win over Kent State. Coach Kirby Smart said "It's a nagging ankle injury...It's tough for defensive linemen because you're dealing with 500-600 pounds of pressure." The 6-3, 300 pound Carter is ranked No. 3 overall by NFL Draft Scout with the next defensive tackle being Clemson's Bryan Bresee at No. 13. - Georgia Football/Frank Cooney-NFLDraftScout

Jr/2024 DT Jalen CarterGeorgia
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  Defensive back Javon Bullard's status for No. 1 Georgia's Southeastern Conference game at Missouri on Saturday is uncertain after he was arrested and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol. Coach Kirby Smart said Bullard must appear before a committee that includes athletic director Josh Brooks. "Disappointed in Javon," Smart said Monday. "Hate it for him. He has a wonderful family but made poor decisions, and it will be dealt with internally." Smart said there is "still a lot in the air there" regarding Bullard's status.

Bullard has started in three of four games at the "star" defensive back position. He has seven tackles. Bullard was arrested by University of Georgia police in Athens early Sunday and charged with seven misdemeanors, including failure to maintain lane and holding a wireless device. He was booked at 4:57 a.m. and was released on bond less than four hours later. Bullard, a sophomore, had three tackles in Georgia's 39-22 win over Kent State on Saturday. He had 12 tackles as a backup in 2021. - AP College Football


So/2025 CB Javon BullardGeorgia
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  SEPT 26 SEC SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Jack Podlesny, PK, Georgia,...Drilled all three of his field goals and four PATs during Georgia's 39-22 win...Helped distance the Dogs from the Golden Flashes to go up by nine points in the first quarter and then lock down the victory in the third quarter. - SEC Football

rSr/2023 K Jack PodlesnyGeorgia
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  Brock Bowers scored two more touchdowns and No. 1 Georgia survived a sloppy performance and surprisingly gritty effort from Kent State, holding off the Golden Flashes 39-22 Saturday. The Bulldogs (4-0) turned it over three times, struggled in the red zone, were burned on a fake punt and gave up several big plays to Kent State (1-3) in what was easily their worst performance of the season. Was it bad enough to knock Georgia out of the top spot in the rankings? Check back Sunday. Kent State had a chance to make it a one-score game with less than 13 minutes remaining after Marquez Cooper scored on a 1-yard run to cap a 12-play, 75-yard drive. But a two-point conversion failed, leaving the Bulldogs with a 32-22 lead. Georgia then finished off the Golden Flashes, driving 75 yards for Kendall Milton's 1-yard plunge on fourth-and-goal with 5 1/2 minutes to go. Bowers, coming off a three-touchdown performance against South Carolina, took it to the end zone on the second play of the game with a dazzling 75-yard run.

Going in motion to take a handoff, the sophomore tight end found a big hole around right end and never stopped running, turning on his impressive speed down the sideline in front of the Georgia bench. Bowers also scored on a 2-yard run, strengthening his credentials as one of the nation's most dynamic offensive weapons. But Bowers was the exception for Georgia on this day. Ladd McConkey lost a pair of fumbles, once on a punt return, another after catching a pass in Kent State territory. Stetson Bennett threw his first interception of the season, though he did score on a 1-yard dive, sticking the ball across the line while falling on his back with 8 seconds left in the first half to send the Bulldogs to the locker room up 26-13. Georgia settled for three field goals by Jack Podlesny after driving inside Kent State's 20-yard line, which allowed the Golden Flashes to hang around. Kent State was facing a team currently ranked in the AP Top 25 for the third time in its first four games, having already lost to No. 18 Washington and No. 6 Oklahoma. - Georgia/AP College Football


So/2025 TE Brock BowersGeorgia
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  SEPT 19 SEC OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Brock Bowers, TE, Georgia,...Bowers posted the fifth 100-yard receiving game of his career and scored three touchdowns in a game for the second time during his two Bulldog years during the 48-7 rout at South Carolina...He had a team-high five receptions for 121 yards and two scores, including a 78-yard touchdown catch that put Georgia up 31-0 in the third quarter...Bowers also had a 5-yard rushing score for the game's first points in the opening period...This marked the second time in his career that he has tallied two receiving touchdowns and one rushing touchdown in the same game (2021, @ Vanderbilt). - SEC Football

So/2025 TE Brock BowersGeorgia
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  Top-ranked Georgia has allowed seven points or fewer in each of its first three games of the season for the first time since 1954, according to ESPN. Georgia replaced five defenders who were NFL first-round draft picks and has shown no drop-off from the 2021 unit that led the nation in scoring defense. The Bulldogs have allowed a total of 10 points in three games. The '54 team gave up 13 in its first three games and held each of its first four opponents to seven points or less. - AP College Football

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  Stetson Bennett went 16 for 23 for 284 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another score as No. 1 Georgia beat South Carolina 48-7 on Saturday. The Bulldogs (3-0) nearly had a second shutout of the season in their Southeastern Conference opener, but the backups allowed a touchdown pass with 53 seconds to go. Georgia has allowed just 10 points this season and the garbage-time score was the first offensive touchdown it gave up in its past five regular-season games. South Carolina (1-2) started 0-2 in the SEC for the fourth straight year.

The Georgia offense scored on eight of its first nine drives, gaining 551 yards and averaging nearly 10 yards a play before putting in the backups in the fourth quarter. Tight end Brock Bowers had five catches for 121 yards and two touchdowns and also ran for a score. Georgia let 10 players carry the ball, rushing for 212 yards. Bennett didn't play the final 23 minutes of the game. The Bulldogs' defensive line overwhelmed by South Carolina's front. A defender was in quarterback Spencer Rattler's face almost every time he dropped back more than three steps. The Oklahoma transfer got off just three deep balls, with two of them intercepted. He didn't play in the fourth quarter and was 13 of 25 for 118 yards. - Georgia/AP College Football


rSr/2023 QB Stetson BennettGeorgia
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  TRACKING TOP DRAFT PROSPECTS - WEEK 2: 5. Kelee Ringo, rSo, CB, Georgia, 6-2, 205, 1,...In a 33-0 blanking of Samford, Ringo continued to be a defensive leader and somebody the opposing offense avoided. Samford had 128 total yards, 109 passing. Previous week, No. 5: Ringo did his part frustrating Oregon transfer quarterback Bo Nix (Auburn) as the Ducks were held without a touchdown (49-3). Stats show only three tackles for Ringo. Bulldog teammates, freshman safety Makail Starks and five-star freshman Mykel Williams, each had an interception on a defense that featured six new starters. - Frank Cooney/NFL Draft Scout

rSo/2025 CB Kelee RingoGeorgia
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  09/13/22 - Nolan SmithSr/2023, Georgia + More +

  TRACKING TOP DRAFT PROSPECTS - WEEK 2: 18. Nolan Smith, Sr, OLB, Georgia, 6-2, 235, 1,...Smith did his part in blanking Samford, 33-0, while allowing 128 total yards. He was credited with one tackle. Previous week, No. 18: Smith's length, strength, quickness and field smarts were obvious, especially against Oregon's running game in the Dawgs' 49-3 season-opening win. The Ducks seems to run away from him but the big guy took it as a challenge and tracked players all over the field. Only two tackles and no sacks, but Oregon game-planned to avoid him. - Frank Cooney/NFL Draft Scout

Sr/2023 OLB Nolan SmithGeorgia
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  TRACKING TOP DRAFT PROSPECTS - WEEK 2: 3. Jalen Carter, Jr, DT, Georgia, 6-3, 310, 1,...Carter was part of a dominant defense that shut out Samford, 33-0. He was credited with one tackle, but the Samford offense used extra blockers to keep him at bay. Previous week, No. 3: Georgia dominated Oregon in a 49-3 blowout and Carter looked like a man among boys despite the Ducks trying various combinations to block him. Carter's stats, one tackle, no assists, no sacks, don't reflect the mayhem he caused. - Frank Cooney/NFL Draft Scout

Jr/2024 DT Jalen CarterGeorgia
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  TRACKING TOP DRAFT PROSPECTS - WEEK 2: 39. Kenny McIntosh, Sr, RB, Georgia, 6-0, 210, 1-2,...McIntosh again showed his versatility, rushing seven times for 15 yards and a touchdown and led the Bulldogs with five catches for 61 yards. Previous week, No. 39: McIntosh is clearly the focal point of this offense. In Georgia's 49-3 trouncing of Oregon, he rushed five times for 18 yards and a touchdown, but tore up the Ducks defense with nine catches for 117 yards. That was the most receiving yards by a Georgia running back since 2000. - Frank Cooney/NFL Draft Scout

Sr/2023 RB Kenny McIntoshGeorgia
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  TRACKING TOP DRAFT PROSPECTS - WEEK 2: 32. Christopher Smith, rSr, FS, Georgia, 5-11, 190, 1,...One of three Smiths on this brutal team defense, Christopher had a tackle and a near interception as Georgia shut out Samford, 33-0. Previous week, No. 32: Smith collected three tackles and an interception in Georgia's dominant, 49-3, win over Oregon. Smith was knocked out of the game after making a great pass breakup, but after the game said is was "only a stinger." - Frank Cooney/NFL Draft Scout

rSr/2023 FS Christopher SmithGeorgia
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  Georgia coach Kirby Smart said on Monday that he was optimistic that Adonai Mitchell could play in Saturday's noon kickoff at South Carolina, but the sophomore wide receiver did not practice on Monday because of a left ankle injury suffered against Samford. Smart added that receiver Arian Smith, who had surgery in the offseason for a high ankle sprain, was recovering and looking healthier, but a timetable has not been set for his return. - The Athletic

So/2025 WR Adonai MitchellGeorgia
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  09/13/22 - Zion LoguerJr/2024, Georgia + More +

  TRACKING TOP DRAFT PROSPECTS - WEEK 2: 43. Zion Logue, rJr, DT, Georgia, 6-5, 295, 2,...Another standout tackle in Georgia's rotation of defensive linemen, Logue was credited with only one tackle, but did his part to stymie Samford, 33-0. Previous week No.42: In 2021, Logue played in all 15 games as a reserve defensive lineman on the talented Dawg defense and finished with 11 total stops and three QB pressures. In the season opening, 49-3, thrashing of Oregon, Logue was listed as the starting nose tackle, but he had no tackles or assists on the official stats. Ah, the role of a nose tackle is not always glorious. - Frank Cooney/NFL Draft Scout

rJr/2024 DT Zion LogueGeorgia
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  A shutout win wasn't enough for a No. 2 Georgia coming off its impressive opener when it scored touchdowns on its first seven offensive possessions. The reigning national champions fell short of that lofty standard against FCS Samford. Stetson Bennett still passed for 300 yards while throwing and running for touchdowns and No. 2 Georgia's rebuilt defense delivered another dominant performance in the Bulldogs' 33-0 win on Saturday. One week after giving up only a field goal in a 49-3 rout of then-No. 11 Oregon, Georgia (2-0) held Samford (1-1) to 128 yards and three first downs.

The offense, however, settled for four field goals — including on its first two possessions after moving the ball inside Samford's 10. "We didn't score touchdowns," Georgia coach Kirby Smart said. "... You come off a week like Oregon where every opportunity to score a touchdown, we score a touchdown. And then we take a huge step back and have to kick field goals. Good teams, you can't do that. You have to be able to execute well...We have to do a better job." Bennett completed 24 of 34 passes, including a 3-yard scoring pass to freshman Dillon Bell. Even so, he wasn't satisfied. "I think we're all upset we didn't execute as well as we could have in the first half," Bennett said, adding "Too many field goals." - Georgia/AP College Football


rSr/2023 QB Stetson BennettGeorgia
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