Why Christian Tutt said UGA was his 'zero school' and what does that mean?
Where does that leave the in-state Bulldogs? Christian Tutt is rated as the nation's No. 17 CB for the Class of 2018. (Jeff Sentell / SEC Country.com). “I'm going to keep that one safe,” Tutt said while tapping his heart near that Georgia “G” logo ...
Nation's No. 2 guard prospect Trey Hill continues to be a priority for UGA
Jamaree Salyer says Georgia offensive line coach Sam Pittman calls him one of the team's two missing pieces for the program in the trenches. Don't fault Pittman ... Fromm will roll up both sleeves and the legs of his britches to make sure the Bulldogs ...
Georgia Bulldogs Recruiting: What five-star 2018 recruits will UGA ...
A look at where things stand for the Dawgs with each five-star prospect in the class of 2018.
Georgia practice notes: Mecole Hardman juggling roles – and catches
ATHENS — Mecole Hardman continues to wear the white jersey reserved for Georgia defensive players. But he did it while playing only offense during the media viewing period of Tuesday's spring practice. Hardman, still officially a cornerback, was with ...
UCLA Football Spring Preview: Defensive Line
UCLA's defense was really the only thing that kept the Bruins in games last year, and a big part of that was the experienced and talented defensive line. With Eddie Vanderdoes, Takkarist McKinley, and Eli Ankou, UCLA had seniors at three of the ...
UCLA RB Target Chris Brown Taking His Time
The four-star running back from Oceanside (Calif.) El Camino emerged last summer with his first scholarship offer from UCLA, where he shined in camp. Several other programs have since joined the chase but, following another visit to Westwood last month ...
UCLA Baseball Looks to Keep Bashing When CSUF Visits
UCLA Baseball concludes an eight-game homestand tonight at 6 pm when they play the first half of a home-and-home series against Cal State Fullerton at Jackie Robinson Stadium. The Bruin bats have finally gotten working over the last four games as UCLA ...
In memoriam: Professor Mark Sawyer, a champion for access and diversity
UCLA faculty, students and staff in the Division of Social Sciences in the UCLA College are mourning the loss of Mark Sawyer, who was a professor of African-American studies and political science. Sawyer died Sunday, March 26, in Los Angeles. He was 45.