No. 2 Georgia Looks To Stay Undefeated As It Hosts TennesseeGeorgia is trying to remain unbeaten and maintain at least a share of the SEC East lead as it chases its second straight College Football Playoff appearance
SEC Has Depth Beyond Top 2 TeamsThe SEC has shown impressive depth in the first three weeks while staking early claim to bragging rights as the nation's best conference.
Aaron Murray: Georgia Has Shown They Can Reload On Defense Like AlabamaCBS Sports Network analyst says the Bulldogs defense has impressed him so far and Kirby Smart has put them on Alabama's level in terms of reloading.
No. 3 UGA 'No Plan' For QBs Vs. SCThe No. 3 Bulldogs hit the road to face South Carolina in their Southeastern Conference opener, going into an especially hostile environment where Georgia has lost three of its last four appearances.
Another Championship Run? No. 3 Georgia Opens With Hopes For OneAfter falling to Alabama in last season's national championship game, the Bulldogs need to show they have found capable replacements for six NFL draft picks.
SEC Preview: Why LSU Could Contend for Conference TitleBoth Andy Staples and Joan Niesen share why they believe LSU is the team that could overcome Alabama and Georgia to win the SEC title.
Joel Klatt’s Preseason Top 25 - Georgia Is #4Joel Klatt tells you why Georgia is number 4 on his Preseason Top 25
Groundhog Day: Alabama, Georgia Could Be On An SEC Collision CourseAlabama and defending SEC champion Georgia could very well be on a collision course for a championship again, though it's more likely to be a meeting in the league title game this time. The Tide didn't win the West last season after falling to Auburn in the regular-season finale.
Georgia QB Jake Fromm Broke Bone In Non-Throwing HandGeorgia quarterback Jake Fromm broke a bone in his left hand but isn't expected to miss any summer workouts
Former Equifax Software Developer Charged With Insider TradingFederal prosecutors said Thursday a former software developer for Equifax faces insider trading charges related to the company's massive data breach last year.
Equifax: Names, Addresses, Driver's Licenses Were All Stolen In BreachAccording to the release, 99 million Americans had their addresses stolen. 20.3 million people had their phone numbers hacked and 17.6 million drivers had their license information taken.