ATHENS - A.J. Green could spend hours listing the lessons he has learned from Mohamed Massaquoi this season. From Green's first hours in Athens, he has been at Massaquoi's side, soaking in as much knowledge as possible. The relationship has helped Green become the SEC's most prolific receiver as a true freshman and made Georgia's passing attack one of the nation's most dangerous.
January 03, 2009|
BY DAVID HALE
ORLANDO, Fla. - A matchup of two All-American running backs could well come down to the quarterbacks in the Capital One Bowl.Either No. 16 Georgia's Matthew Stafford or No. 19 Michigan State's Brian Hoyer could have to make a difference if his top rusher gets thwarted - or if both run wild.
December 31, 2008|
BY MARK WANGRIN
The Associated Press
ORLANDO, Fla. - Ross Weaver just found out about the mark Georgia wide receivers Mohamed Massaquoi and A.J. Green are approaching, and he's going to do everything he can to keep the prolific Bulldogs from reaching it.
December 30, 2008|
BY JAY ADAMS
Vince Dooley always likes to make a trip to Gainesville. The former Georgia football head coach and athletic director made his third trip to Gainesville on Friday since he started his book tour three years ago, this time at the Quinlan Visual Arts Center to promote his new book "The 34 Most Memorable Plays in Georgia Football History."