- Sophomore Zach Healy picked up his first career win and Georgia golf placed second in the Ka’anapali Collegiate Classic. The tournament took place in Hawaii and was the Bulldogs final tournament of the fall season. Georgia finished behind Oklahoma, who led for the entire tournament. The men’s golf team does not tee it up again until February, when the team heads to Puerto Rico for the Puerto Rico Classic.
— Georgia Golf (@UGAGolf) November 9, 2015
- Georgia volleyball lost again on Sunday, this time falling to Texas A&M 3-0. The Bulldogs remain winless in SEC play and have not won a match since they beat VCU on Sept. 19. The Bulldogs return to action on Friday, as it travels to Missouri, who beat Georgia earlier in the season.
The Georgia men’s basketball team won its exhibition game over Armstrong State on Friday, as the Bulldogs cruised to a 59-41 victory. The four Georgia freshmen led the way, as Mike Edwards led the team in points with 11, Turtle Jackson dished a team-high four assists, Derek Ogbeide hauled in 10 rebounds and E’Torrion Wilridge picked up two blocks and two steals. The Bulldogs open their season against Chattanooga on Nov. 13.
Mark Richt is hopeful that receiver and punt returner Reggie Davis will be available to play on Saturday as Georgia travels to Auburn. Davis left in the first quarter of Georgia’s 27-3 win over Kentucky with what was called a concussion, but Richt refuted that on Sunday. This will be Georgia’s first time playing at Auburn since it lost on last second Hail Mary in 2013.
Former Georgia running back Todd Gurley continued his success in the NFL as he ran for another touchdown on Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings. Gurley has four touchdowns in his last three games, and has rushed for 664 yards in six games this season.
GUR·DLE ˈ/gərdl/ (v):
to jump over (an opposing player) while running; a Todd Gurley signature move pic.twitter.com/qfwe3u8gRJ
— Dan Doelling (@daniel_doelling) November 8, 2015