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Georgia vs. Kentucky: Bye week gives Bulldogs chance to regroup

The Bulldogs are looking forward to getting a break.

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The Georgia Bulldogs football team does not have a game this weekend, which gives coaches and players alike a chance to relax a bit and regroup for the rest of the season.

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Running back Todd Gurley is one of several Bulldogs players who plans to use the off week to travel. Gurley hasn't been home in about three months, and he's looking forward to catching up with friends and family. "I'm cool about not going home, but you know when you're going home you just get excited," Gurley said.

John and Nathan Theus plan to stick around to take care of some school work this weekend, though John said he might try to catch a high school football game on Friday night.

Chase Vasser is going to a cousin's wedding in Gainesville on Saturday, while David Andrews may end up going to a lake house with a friend.

The Bulldogs return to the field on Oct. 20 when they face the Kentucky Wildcats.

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