Georgia Learns Some Game Times & Player News

If you wanted to know what time the Bulldogs will kick off some of their games in 2015, you were in luck on Thursday. Through an announcement by the SEC/ESPN, their first three game times have been set.

For example, the Bulldogs will be their opening the season on September 5 when they take on ULM (Louisiana-Monroe) at noon inside Sanford Stadium on the SEC Network.

Also revealed on Thursday, was the time for their always anticipated matchup with archrival South Carolina. They’ll get the Gamecocks ‘Between The Hedges’ on September 19 for a 6 pm kick. That game will be televised on ESPN.

We already knew from an earlier announcement that Georgia would be featured at least twice this season on CBS. They’ll take on Vanderbilt in Nashville in week two for a 3:30 kick off. Plus, the Georgia-Florida Game from Jacksonville will be in that same time spot on Halloween.

These are early announcements and with the schedule the way it is for Georgia, they will likely be seeing more time on CBS or primetime ESPN. How about the Alabama game? Tennessee? What about against Auburn for the return to Jordan-Hare for the first time since the ‘Prayer at Jordan-Hare?’

Son of Former NFL Star Quits Football

North Gwinnett product DeVondre Seymour decided that he would prematurely end his football career on Thursday. The freshman offensive lineman came to the decision, after he met with head coach Mark Richt.

“I met with DeVondre and he feels strongly that football is not what he wants to do,” Richt said in a statement released by UGA. “We do wish him well in whatever career he chooses to pursue.”

Seymour of course is the son of former UGA, New England Patriots, and Oakland Raiders defensive tackle Richard Seymour. The young offensive lineman attended Hinds Community College last year.

Dawgs Lose A Commitment

Per a story released from, top offensive lineman (according to the site) EJ Price of Archer has decided to pull out of his commitment to Georgia. He tweeted out the news on Thursday night.

“This was a very difficult decision, but after talking with my family, I have decided to reopen my recruitment,” Price wrote. “I have great respect for Coach Richt and his staff and this decision was not because of any problems with UGA.”

Price continued by writing that the decision to commit was “premature.” He also added that he will not be doing any interviews in regards to the matter.

With Price dropping out, Georgia now has 11 players committed to the class of 2016. This includes five-star quarterback Jacob Eason out of Washington and McEachern defensive tackle Julian Rochester. The Bulldogs also have 6’7-322 pound four-star offensive tackle Ben Cleveland committed.

Peachtree Ridge cornerback Chad Clay is also committed to Georgia and you can watch him today when his Lions take part in the Corky Kell 7-on-7 Invitational. You can watch by clicking on the link on the main page of our site.

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