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    Spring Football Preview: Georgia

    GEORGIA BULLDOGS

    2011 SEC Football Schedule
    Schedule Breakdown With ESPN's Todd Blackledge
    Tony Barnhart's SEC Eastern Division Preview
    2010 Georgia SEC Football Stats
    Download Georgia 2010 Football Games


    QUICK FACTS
    Founded: 1785
    Enrollment: 34,180
    President: Dr. Michael F. Adams (Lipscomb College, ’70)
    Director of Athletics: Greg McGarity (Georgia, ’76)
    Institutional / Athletics Website: www.uga.edu / www.georgiadogs.com
    Stadium: Sanford (92,746)

    HISTORY
    First Year of Football: 1892
    Years Playing Football / Games Played: 117 / 1,187
    All-Time Overall Record: 737-396-54 (.644)
    All-Time Bowl Record: 26-17-3 (.598)

    COACHING STAFF
    Head Coach: Mark Richt
         Alma Mater (Year): Miami, Fla. (1982)
         Record at School /Years: 96-34 (.738)
    Assistant Coaches (Alma Mater/Year/Responsibilities):
         Rodney Garner (Auburn/1990/Asst. Head Coach/Recruiting Coordinator/Defensive Line)
         Todd Grantham (Virginia Tech/1989/Defensive Coordinator/Outside Linebackers)
         Mike Bobo (Georgia/1997/Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks)
         Will Friend (Alabama/1998/Offensive Line)
         Kirk Olivadotti (Purdue/1996/Inside Linebackers)
         Tony Ball (UT-Chattanooga/1983/Wide Receivers)
         Scott Lakatos (Western Connecticut/1988/Secondary)
         John Lilly (Guilford/1990/Tight Ends)
         Bryan McClendon (Georgia/2005/Running Backs)

    TEAM INFORMATION
    Basic Offense: Pro-Style
    Basic Defense: 3-4
    Letterwinners Returning: 45
         Offense:        21
         Defense:        21
         Specialists        3
    Letterwinners Lost: 25
         Offense:        13
         Defense:        12
         Specialists:        0

    *Starters Returning:    15 (6 offense/7 defense/2 specialists)
    Offense:       
    QB Aaron Murray (6-1, 209, RSo.)
    TB Washaun Ealey (5-11, 215, Jr.)
    OG Cordy Glenn (6-5, 320, Sr.)
    C Ben Jones (6-3, 300, Sr.)
    OT Trinton Sturdivant (6-5, 312, Sr.)
    TE Orson Charles (6-3, 240, Jr.)

    Defense:       
    NG DeAngelo Tyson (6-2, 290, Sr.)
    DE Abry Jones (6-3, 297, Jr.)
    ILB Christian Robinson (6-2, 226, Jr.)
    DB Brandon Boykin (5-10, 183, Sr.)
    CB Sanders Commings (6-2, 212, Jr.)
    SS Alec Ogletree (6-3, 224, So.)
    FS Bacarri Rambo (6-0, 211, Jr.)
        
    Specialists:       
    P  Drew Butler (6-2, 207, Sr.)
    PK Blair Walsh (5-10, 191, Sr.)

    Starters Lost: 9 (5 offense /4 defense)
    Offense:
           
    OG Clint Boling (6-5, 310, Sr.)
    OT Josh Davis (6-6, 310, Sr.)
    FB Shaun Chapas (6-2, 240, Sr.)
    WR A.J. Green (6-4, 205, Jr.)
    WR Kris Durham (6-5, 212, Sr.)
        
    Defense:       
    DE Demarcus Dobbs (6-2, 285, Sr.)
    ILB Akeem Dent (6-2, 233, Sr.)
    OLB Darryl Gamble (6-2, 250, Sr.)
    DE Justin Houston (6-3, 260, Jr.)

    *-Specialists include kickers and punters only

    Returning 2010 Post-Season Honorees (Position/Name/2010):
    •    QB Aaron Murray (1st-team Sporting News Freshman All-American; 2nd-team Rivals.com Freshman All-American; 1st-team SEC Coaches Freshman All-SEC)
    •    PK Blair Walsh (1st-team SEC Coaches All-SEC; 2nd-team AP All-SEC)
    •    TE Orson Charles (2nd-team SEC Coaches All-SEC)
    •    P Drew Butler (2nd-team SEC Coaches All-SEC)
    •    DL Kwame Geathers (1st-team SEC Coaches Freshman All-SEC)
    •    DB Alec Ogletree (1st-team SEC Coaches Freshman All-SEC)
    •    C Ben Jones
    •    CB/KOR Brandon Boykin