July 19, 2012; Hoover, AL, USA; Georgia Bulldogs coach Mark Richt speaks during the 2012 SEC media days press conference at the Wynfrey Hotel. Mandatory Credit: Kelly Lambert-US PRESSWIRE

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2012 Georgia Football Schedule: Bulldogs Face Missouri For First Time In SEC Play

The SEC has officially released the complete week to week schedule for every team, and that includes the newest members introduced today officially in Missouri and Texas A&M. The Georgia Bulldogs face Mizzou early on the road on September 8, but will have to wait to get their first look at the Aggies.

The Bulldogs schedule includes home games this year against Vanderbilt, Tennessee and Ole Miss. Auburn, South Carolina, Florida and the aforementioned game against the Tigers show a rather difficult road schedule in 2012. Check out the complete rundown of the schedule below.

2012 Georgia Football Schedule:
Sept. 8 at Missouri
Oct. 6 at South Carolina
Oct. 20 at Kentucky
Oct. 27 vs. Florida (Jacksonville)
Nov. 10 at Auburn

For more on the world of the SEC, check out Team Speed Kills, Dawg Sports and SB Nation's college football page.


Georgia G-Day Game: Red Team Hangs On To Defeat Black 32-31

Many expected Georgia's defense to dominate the annual G-Day game that brings an end to spring practice but the Bulldogs' offense was up to the task on Saturday and the Red team survived a failed two-point conversion late to hold on for a 32-31 win.

There were standout performances and big plays on both sides of the ball. Injuries and upcoming suspensions forced the focus to many backup players who will likely see their first extensive action in a Bulldogs' uniform this season. Ray Drew had a couple of sacks in the game from the defensive end position and linebacker Ramik Wilson finished with seven tackles and an interception.

Offensively Justin Scott-Wesley looked like a factor at the wide receiver position catching three passes for 46 yards and tight end Jay Rome made a huge play late for the Black team as he hauled in a 66 yard touchdown pass.

Running back Ken Malcome drew praise from the coaches after the game for his eight carry, 32 yard two touchdown day. Isaiah Crowell alternated first half series with Malcome and finished with 10 carries and 39 yards. More importantly he wrapped up spring healthy and without controversy.

Georgia's quarterback situation looked pretty good with Aaron Murray sharp and Hutson Mason looking like a more than capable backup. Mason would likely only play this season if there was a serious injury to Murray as the reported plan is for him to redshirt. That will elevate Christian LeMay to the backup slot for this season and he didn't disappoint on Saturday throwing for 154 yards and a touchdown.

Georgia's spring practice was filled with more than enough drama with reported suspensions to Alec Ogletree and Bacarri Rambo looming. There is a long wait between now and fall practice and Bulldogs fans everywhere could live with a quiet summer.

For more on the G-Day game check out Dawg Sports. For more college football news and notes head over to SB Nation's College Football page.


Georgia Bulldogs 2012 Depth Chart Preview: John Jenkins And The Defensive Line Find Their Footing

The growing pains of Todd Grantham's first year are over. There won't be much in the way of position-battle excitement on the line in 2012, and that's just fine with the Dawgs. (If you're looking for the news on some recent Georgia suspensions, it's over here.)


Bacarri Rambo, Alec Ogletree To Be Suspended, According To Report

According to a report by DawgPost.com, both Bacarri Rambo and Alec Ogletree are facing suspensions to start the season that will be for multiple games. When asked about Rambo and Ogletree's possible suspension, Georgia Athletic Director Greg McGarity declined to comment.

The report says that both players will miss at least two games and as many as four for violation of team rules. Losing both players would hurt but it would further weaken a Georgia secondary that will be without Sanders Commings to start the season and likely Brandan Smith. Rambo sat out the season opener last season against Boise State.

For more on Georgia Football check out Dawg Sports. For more college football news head over to SB Nation's College Football Hub.


Sanders Commings Suspended Two Games By Georgia Football Due To Arrest

The Georgia Bulldogs will be without the services of senior cornerback Sanders Commings for the first two games of the 2012 football season, the school announced. Commings was arrested back on January 21st on charges of domestic violence and simple battery after allegedly striking his girlfriend in downtown Athens.

Commings was then investigated by the University's office of student conduct as Commings then-girlfriend is also a student at the University of Georgia. Commings suspension of two games was intended to be announced prior to his March 22nd arraignment date.

From a football perspective, the Bulldogs will be severely thin to start out the season. Commings was looking to take on a bigger role in the defense by taking Brandon Boykin's top spot at cornerback. Two underclassmen, Nick Marshall and Chris Sanders, were dismissed for a violation of team rules (thought to be stealing money and possessions from another player).

Georgia's first two games are at home versus the Buffalo Bulls, then a road test versus the Missouri Tigers in their first SEC conference game. You may have heard Mizzou recently upgraded its receiver talent.

For more on the Georgia Bulldogs, check out Dawg Sports. For college football news from around the country, go to SB Nation's college football news hub.

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