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MBB: Tickets for the Bulldogs’ Nov. 30 charity exhibition game versus Eastern Kentucky are now on sale
Tickets for the Georgia Bulldogs’ Nov. 30 charity exhibition game versus Eastern Kentucky are now on sale via georgiadogs.com or by calling the UGA Ticket Office at 706-541-1231.
Georgia will host EKU at Stegeman Coliseum at 6:30 p.m. on the 30th. Proceeds from the game will benefit the American Red Cross’ disaster relief efforts, with a focus on those impacted in South Georgia by Hurricane Idalia. General admission tickets are $5 for the public. UGA students will be admitted free of charge with a valid UGA ID.
Eastern Kentucky has been featured in ESPN’s bracketology throughout the summer and was the preseason pick of both league coaches and media to win the Atlantic Sun Conference. The Colonels are led by Devontae Blanton and Isaiah Cozart, who were named the A Sun’s preseason Player and Defensive Player of the Year, respectively.
EKU is coming off a 23-14 season, which the most wins by any Division I men’s basketball team in Kentucky last season. Four starters and 11 letterwinners return from that squad. Those players accounted for 84 percent of the Colonels scoring last season, as well as 74 percent of the rebounds, 88 percent of the assists, 74 percent of the steals and 76 percent of the blocks.
Georgia is in its second season under head coach Mike White. The Bulldogs’ roster features six returnees, five transfers and five freshmen. Georgia is one of three Division I programs to have both its groups of freshmen and transfers listed among the top-20 classes in the nation by On3.com.
Dawgs in the NFL, Week Six
Former Georgia Bulldogs have continued to impress in the National Football League through week six of the regular season. Bills’ defensive end Leonard Floyd had another strong showing in the team’s Sunday Night Football win against the Giants, upping his sack total to six and a half, the sixth-most in the league.
Chiefs 19, Broncos 8
Malik Herring, DE – Played 38 percent of snaps for the Chiefs, recording two tackles, half a sack, one tackle for loss, and one quarterback hit.
Ravens 24, Titans 16
Ben Cleveland, OG – Served in a reserve offensive line role for the Ravens, playing one snap.
Roquan Smith, ILB – Started at linebacker for Baltimore, playing 100 percent of their defensive snaps while recording nine total tackles. With his nine tackles on Sunday, Smith currently ranks fourth in the NFL in tackles with 63.
Monty Rice, ILB – Served in a reserve linebacker role for the Titans while playing special teams, recording one tackle.
Commanders 24, Falcons 16
Lorenzo Carter, OLB – Was utilized in a backup role for Washington, recording one tackle and a quarterback hurry across 25 total snaps in the team’s win.
John Fitzpatrick, TE – Was listed as not active for the Commanders.
Vikings 19, Bears 13
Lewis Cine, S – Was listed as not active for Minnesota.
Bengals 17, Seahawks 13
Trey Hill, OC – Inactive for the Bengals due to a coach’s decision.
Browns 19, 49ers 17
Charlie Woerner, TE – Saw action in San Francisco’s loss as a backup tight end, posting a pair of tackles on special teams in 25 snaps.
Dolphins 42, Panthers 21
Isaiah Wynn, OT/OG – Started at left guard for the Dolphins as they gained 424 yards of offense.
Channing Tindall, ILB – Served in a reserve linebacker role for Miami, playing zero snaps.
Justin Houston, DE – Played 18 snaps for the Panthers defense, recording one tackle.
Jaguars 37, Colts 20
Travon Walker, DE – Started at defensive end for Jacksonville, posting four tackles, half a sack, and two quarterback hits.
Tyson Campbell, CB – Recorded three tackles for the Jaguars defense in the win
Isaiah McKenzie, WR – Played four snaps for the Colts offense, reeling in two passes for 23 yards.
Raiders 21, Patriots 17
David Andrews, OC – Started at center for the Patriots as they gained 259 yards on offense.
Zamir White, RB – Served in a reserve running back role for the Raiders, carrying the ball two time for two yards to go along with two catches for seven yards in the win.
John Jenkins, DT – Played 47 percent of snaps for Las Vegas, recording three tackles, one sack, one tackle for loss and one quarterback hit. His sack on Sunday was his first of the season and first with the Raiders.
Chris Smith II, S – Inactive for Las Vegas due to a coach’s decision
Lions 20, Buccaneers 6
Jake Camarda, P – Punted six times for the Buccaneers in their week six loss, totaling 325 yards for an average of 54.2 yards per punt. The two-time NFC Special Teams Player of the Week had three punts inside the 20-yard line and a long of 66.
Rams 26, Cardinals 9
Matthew Stafford, QB – Completed 15 passes on 24 attempts for 226 yards and a touchdown in Los Angeles’ win. Stafford is currently third in the league in passing yards this season with 1,677 for an average of 279.5 yards per game.
Derion Kendrick, CB – Started at cornerback for the Rams, accumulating two tackles while playing in 89 percent of the team’s defensive snaps.
Warren McClendon Jr., OT – Saw action as a reserve tackle in six special teams plays for the Rams.
Jonathan Ledbetter, DE – Started at defensive end for Arizona where he garnered four total tackles in the team’s loss.
Jets 20, Eagles 14
Mecole Hardman Jr., WR – Came in as a reserve receiver for the Jets in the win, recording no receptions on two targets.
Jalen Carter, DT – Was listed as not active for Philadelphia.
Jordan Davis, NT – Started at defensive tackle for the Eagles where he posted three tackles, including half a sack for three yards as well as a quarterback hurry.
Nakobe Dean, ILB – Appeared as a backup linebacker for Philadelphia totaling four tackles on 32 defensive snaps.
Kelee Ringo, CB – Came in during 19 special teams plays for the Eagles, recording no statistics.
Nolan Smith, OLB – Saw action in 14 total plays across special teams and defense for Philadelphia, recording no statistics,
D’Andre Swift, RB – Started at running back for the Eagles, rushing for 18 yards and 40 yards receiving on eight catches, including a touchdown.
Bills 14, Giants 9
James Cook, RB – Played 49 percent of snaps for the Bills offense, carrying the ball 14 times for 71 yards in the win.
Leonard Floyd, DE – Started at defensive end for Buffalo, posting two tackles, one sack, one tackle for loss, and two quarterback hits. With his sack on Sunday night, Floyd now has three sacks in his last four games for a total of six and a half – the most he has recorded in the first six games of a season in his career.
Andrew Thomas, OT – Inactive for the Giants due to a hamstring injury.
Lawrence Cager, TE – Played six snaps for New York, recording no statistics.
Cowboys 20, Chargers 17
Tre’ McKitty, TE – Appeared in 14 total plays between offense and special teams as a reserve tight end for the Chargers, recording no statistics.
Jamaree Salyer, OT/OG – Started at right guard for the Chargers, playing in all 73 offensive snaps for the team as the offense garnered 272 total yards.
Falcons: Justin Shaffer, OL
Buccaneers: Richard Lecounte III, S
Commanders: Jake Fromm, QB
49ers: Chris Conley, WR
Chargers: Mark Webb, DB
Reserve Lists (IR, PUP, NFI)
Seahawks: Kenny McIntosh, RB
49ers: Robert Beal Jr., DE
Packers: Eric Stokes, CB
Ravens: Nick Moore, LS
Rams: Stetson Bennett, QB
Titans: Kearis Jackson, WR/PR
Browns: Nick Chubb, RB
Giants: Azeez Ojulari, OLB
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