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Jakob Engelke

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Theus excited to play in EverBank Field

Growing up in the suburbs of Jacksonville, roughly a 20-minute drive from the Jaguars' stadium, Georgia Bulldogs offensive lineman John Theus has always dreamed of playing in EverBank Field.

Intense weather could impact Georgia-Florida game

With Hurricane Sandy making its way toward the East Coast, weather could play a major factor in the Georgia Bulldogs' game against the Florida Gators in Jacksonville, Fla., on Saturday.

Season-ending surgery likely for Fred Holton

After missing the first seven games of the season, season-ending surgery to repair a torn tendon in his lower left leg appears increasingly likely for Georgia Tech safety Fred Holton.

Falcoholic: Bye week improvements are necessary

There are three things the Atlanta Falcons must focus on during the bye week to continue their winning ways this season, according to Dave Choate of SB Nation's Atlanta Falcons blog, The Falcoholic.

Bulldogs big favorites against Kentucky

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Facing the cellar-dwelling Kentucky Wildcats, the Georgia Bulldogs are favored by 27 points this week.

Swope busting through opposing defenses

Georgia Southern Eagles fullback Dominique Swope has run over defenses this season and his continued success on the ground will be a major factor in Saturday's game against Furman.

Richt not worried about Florida-South Carolina

Georgia Bulldogs head coach Mark Richt said he won't be paying attention to the Florida-South Carolina game on Saturday and is focused 100 percent on the Kentucky Wildcats.

Backups to receive more defensive snaps

In a change of fashion from when Al Groh was at the helm of the defense, the Yellow Jackets will substitute and rotate in more backups at both defensive line and linebacker in this week's game...

Georgia Tech favored by 14 over Boston College

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After opening as a 13-point favorite against the Boston College Eagles, the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets are now favored by 14 points.

Bill Curry looking for improvements

With one win in the books, Georgia State coach Bill Curry is eager to see how his team responds to having a bit of success this week against a tough opponent in Villanova.

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