We've picked apart every team's 2019 schedule. Here are the quirks, the shocks, the toughest roads and the cushiest paths.
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- UGA dismisses WR Holloman after 2018 incident
- No. 47-ranked Rosemy commits to Georgia
- UGA to sell beer, wine -- but only to $25K donors
- Georgia QB Mathis has cyst removed from brain
Wide receiver Jeremiah Holloman has been dismissed from the Georgia football team after he admitted to police that he punched his then-girlfriend during an incident in 2018.
Marcus Rosemy's commitment to Georgia gives the Dawgs 10 ESPN 300 recruits in the 2020 class.
Sophomores such as Alabama WR Jaylen Waddle are ready to break out after a year of seasoning.
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Georgia AD Greg McGarity told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution on Wednesday that beer and wine will be sold in Sanford Stadium's premium seating area during the upcoming football season, a section limited to donors who pledge at least $25,000.
Georgia quarterback D'Wan Mathis is expected to make a full recovery after undergoing surgery Thursday to remove a cyst from his brain.
Defensive tackle Jalen Carter, ESPN's No 34-ranked prospect, has committed to Georgia.
Offensive lineman Tate Ratledge, ranked No. 75 in the ESPN 300, committed to Georgia on Monday.
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ESPN 300 linebacker Mekhail Sherman, the No. 16-ranked recruit, announced his commitment to Georgia on Thursday.
The Oklahoma Sooners and Georgia Bulldogs have agreed to play in 2023 and 2031.
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