NCAA Football Inside College Football Doubleheader PreviewThe Inside College Football Crew, Adam Zucker, Rick Neuheisel, and Brian Jones previews a great college football doubleheader on CBS this Saturday, as Florida takes on Georgia in their annual neutral site rivalry, and Notre Dame takes on Navy in San Diego in prime time.
Injuries Could Test No. 2 Georgia's OL DepthAndrew Thomas and Ben Cleveland are two reasons the offensive line is considered one of No. 2 Georgia's deepest positions.
Fingers Crossed: Tennessee Eager To Move Past Florida FiascoThe Vols are 31 ½-point underdogs at Georgia. After getting next week off, Tennessee visits No. 10 Auburn and No. 1 Alabama.
Georgia's Holyfield Receives Fatherly Advice After Big GameElijah Holyfield's famous father offered some advice after the Georgia junior was stopped short of the goal line on a 66-yard run last week.
UGA Talent Has Blue Raiders Pursuing PerfectionBrent Stockstill said it will take perfection for the Blue Raiders to have a chance against a deep Georgia team off to another strong start.
Showdown: No. 24 South Carolina vs. No. 3 GeorgiaThe Gamecocks are back in the Top 25 for the first time since 2014, cracking the rankings on Tuesday.
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.
Enormous Line Is Key For Georgia's Rebuild On OffenseThe projected starters on No. 3 Georgia's offensive line in Saturday's opener against Austin Peay have an average weight of more than 320 pounds. Four of the five are 6-foot-5 or taller.
Fromm Looks Like Quarterback For UGA OpenerThe last remaining part of the Georgia quarterback competition drama may have disappeared when Jake Fromm was asked about possible starters at tailback.
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.