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2017 Schedule
8-5, 2nd in SEC - East

Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer 

Texas Tech transfer DT Breiden Fehoko is visiting Louisville this weekend and LSU next week, he told ESPN. He enjoyed his trip to Auburn and also plans to visit Georgia and Ole Miss. The former ESPN 300 signed was a two-year starter for the Red Raiders and will have to sit out 2017 as a transfer.

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3dEdward Aschoff

Why Georgia is the SEC's mystery team in 2017

With a talented offensive backfield and 10 defensive starters back, Georgia should be favored in the SEC East in Kirby Smart's second season. Right?

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Smart talks quarterbacks, state of program (1:58)
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Dropping by Georgia's pro day (1:46)
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Georgia's Ridley arrested on marijuana charge

Georgia wide receiver Riley Ridley was arrested and charged Saturday with possessing less than 1 ounce of marijuana. He was released on $1,000 bond later that night.

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17dEdward Aschoff

Chasing Alabama: Georgia Bulldogs

To beat Alabama, a team has to throw the ball. Can quarterback Jacob Eason and Georgia's inexperienced receiving corps step up?

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Emerson: UGA is clearly the SEC East favorite (1:06)
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For his 55th birthday Herschel Walker's top plays at UGA (1:01)
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Georgia plans to build house for injured Gales

Calling the project "Build a Dawg House," Georgia is looking to provide an accessible home to a former Southern football player who suffered a spinal injury during a kickoff return.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

If Iowa State isn't the most unlikely Power 5 landing spot for a former Elite 11 QB out of South Carolina who signed with Georgia as a top-100 recruit, it's close. But Jacob Park opens spring practice with the Cyclones tomorrow as a clear-cut No. 1 QB after unseating starter Joel Lanning last season. His connection with Iowa State's Matt Campbell, forged quickly after the coach's 2015 hire, led Park to Ames from junior college. "You go through an experience like he had at Georgia," Campbell said, "it's not easy to bounce back." But Park has bounced back, outplaying some of the top QBs nationally in the final month of last season to give Iowa State hope for big improvement in 2017.