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— James Coley (@CoachColey) December 29, 2017
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— Georgia Football (@FootballUGA) December 29, 2017
Practice #2 is in the books!
— Georgia Bulldogs (@UGAAthletics) December 29, 2017
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— Chris Jose (@ChrisJoseWSB) December 29, 2017
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— Rose Bowl Game (@rosebowlgame) December 28, 2017
— WSB Radio (@wsbradio) December 28, 2017
"I’ve prepared more than any freshman quarterback or any quarterback out there in the country could have prepared."
— SEC Network (@SECNetwork) December 28, 2017
— Georgia Football (@FootballUGA) December 28, 2017
— scott sinclair (@coach_sinclair) December 28, 2017
— Radi Nabulsi (@RadiNabulsi) December 28, 2017
Here’s what we saw at practice at the StubHub Center after arriving at practice today here in Carson pic.twitter.com/4RURrnTotD
— Anthony Dasher (@AnthonyDasher1) December 28, 2017
Georgia practicing right now in Carson, Calif. UGA president Jere Morehead among spectators. On practice playlist: Yo Gotti & TI, Jeezy. pic.twitter.com/0x6xoIwXuC
— Marc Weiszer (@marcweiszer) December 28, 2017
Only fitting that my 3 favorite girls got to see the Rose Bowl first today !! Our players & coaches won't see it for a few more days . They make so many sacrifices with their time to allow me to do what I love ! pic.twitter.com/kF5KycYMYA
— Shane Beamer (@CoachSBeamer) December 28, 2017
— Aaron Feld (@coachfeld) December 28, 2017
Someone at the Rose Bowl is representing UGA Cali style. #GoDawgs #UGA2RoseBowl
Look at all of this @rosebowlgame memorabilia. We just met @universityofga alumnus @GoDavidAtkinson who’s been to almost every Rose Bowl game & parade since 1997! I’m putting together his story for @wsbtv. #UGA2RoseBowl #GoDawgs #CFBPlayoff
Let the trash talk begin! #Sooners and #Bulldogs fans are already getting into it – this captured by our partners at @wsbtv! have a listen #RoseBowl https://t.co/flj2bZ3xvt
Landed in LA! Met some GA fans on the flight… proud to cover the fan experience at the Rose Bowl this weekend for @cbs46. Do you have a UGA store you want to share? Email me at email@example.com. #RoseBowl pic.twitter.com/xQWqFTYGOv
— Alicia Roberts (@ARobertsCBS46) December 28, 2017
— Cody Chaffins (@Cody_Fox5) December 28, 2017
— 11Alive Sports (@11AliveSports) December 28, 2017
Good news concerning the #BulldogsSportsNetwork broadcast of the Rose Bowl! In addition to our network of radio affiliates, we are now allowed to stream the game on https://t.co/x2rj6UPT3V and on the UGA mobile app. However, our broadcast will not be on @tunein . #GoDawgs
Oklahoma DC Mike Stops on #UGA: “I think their most underrated players are their wide receivers. I think they are tremendous players.
Georgia assistant coaches are also cashing in on playoff run https://t.co/WYcp8mSmkQ
Today’s Farrell Freshman 15 includes a pair of first-year stars that helped their teams into the #CFBPlayoff – #Sooners #UGA #BC – https://t.co/SfFNqvq9uq
W2W4 when the Bulldogs and Sooners square off on Jan. 1, 2018
Oklahoma’s Lincoln Riley told a story about running into Georgia coach Kirby Smart shortly after this year’s Rose Bowl matchup was announced.
While Riley was in Atlanta for the College Football Awards show early this month, he ran into Smart at a Georgia high school. Both were recruiting a target at that school.
“It’s kind of funny. We were waiting for like a crowd of reporters to come out of the side,” Riley said Wednesday during a news conference at Disneyland in Anaheim, California. “I thought it might have been staged in a way. It was funny. We were both going solo. We joked about that because so many head coaches, when they recruit, travel with one or two other staff members. We were both going solo, young guys going at it like we’re assistants. So we had a laugh about it, spent a few minutes there. He’s a great guy. I’ve got a ton of respect for him for the job he’s done there.”
Read more at Tulsa World
Find someone who will hold onto you like Roquan Smith holds onto Kirby Smart on the @guardians ride at #Disneyland #UGA2Rosebowl #GoDawgs https://t.co/kOM0bi8U8l https://t.co/hnNlMyUlPG
Oklahoma enters the Rose Bowl as the higher seeded team. It will wear the home jerseys and Georgia the visiting white. And yet …
“Yeah. We understand we’re the underdog,” Sooners offensive tackle Orlando Brown said. “And we prefer it that way. It helps us stay focused as a team.”
A couple of feet away, Brown’s teammate Mark Andrews, an All-America tight end, sounded a similar theme.
“I don’t know if we ever get enough respect, but that doesn’t matter to us,” Andrews said. “We feel like we play better with a chip on our shoulder.”
Read more at Dawg Nation
Correct me if I’m wrong, but doesn’t Georgia football strike you as sort of normal? Not normal as in average. Normal as in not kooky. Normal as in Michigan or Penn State or Oklahoma or Nebraska or Notre Dame or Southern Cal. Normal as in passionate and dedicated and over the moon about the football team in Athens. But also normal as in not still fighting the Civil War.
Read more at NewsOK
Sony Michel downplays impact of seniors who returned, gives young guys credit for #UGA’s turnaround @Dawgs247 https://t.co/IbTxRAUCGZ @KippLAdams @Mansell247
Chuck Neinas has a nickname for Monday’s Rose Bowl semifinal between Georgia and Oklahoma.
“The Supreme Court Bowl,” said Neinas, the longtime college football power broker.
It’s all because of precedent. The last time these two storied programs shared such a big national stage, they shook the foundation of the sport for decades to come.
But it didn’t happen on the field. Monday’s matchup actually will be the first time the two have faced each other in more than 1,200 games apiece since the 1890s.
Both instead joined forces against the NCAA in a case that went all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court in 1984. They won a 7-2 decision, allowing schools and conferences to make their own deals for television coverage instead of having a heavy-handed NCAA control it as a monopoly.
Read more at USAToday
Kirby Smart introducing his Captains on stage at Disneyland #GoDawgs @11AliveSports #UGA #RoseBowl https://t.co/Lg3PZlliLT