Troy Week: Tuesday Headquarters

ATHENS - A look at the day's events as Georgia gets ready for Troy.

NEWS OF THE DAY: It's still a mystery who will start at punt returner for the Bulldogs, and it will be until Saturday, mainly because assistant coach Jon Fabris coordinates that unit. Mikey Henderson is the third-leading punt returner in the SEC, but Thomas Flowers has started the last two games while Henderson nurses a hamstring injury.

STORIES:

Staff Reports of DawgPost.com, Oct 30, 2007
ATHENS - The No. 10-ranked Georgia Bulldogs (6-2, 4-2 SEC) returned to practice on Tuesday and continued to prepare for this weekend's matchup with Troy (6-2, 5-0 Sun Belt) at Sanford Stadium. The Dogs held a two-and-a-half-hour session in crisp autumn conditions following a rare off day on Monday while a large number of players took the statewide Regents Exam.   Full Story
UGA VI

Josh Kendall of DawgPost.com, Oct 30, 2007
ATHENS – Georgia head coach Mark Richt is more open than most SEC coaches about player injuries, but he has his own grading system, which has more categories than the traditional probable, questionable and doubtful.   Full Story
Kelin Johnson (University of Georgia)
Kelin Johnson

Josh Kendall of DawgPost.com, Oct 30, 2007
ATHENS - Josh Kendall's news and notes from Georiga's fall practices.   Full Story
Mark Richt

Josh Kendall of DawgPost.com, Oct 30, 2007
ATHENS – Sixty-year-old Troy head coach Larry Blakeney still has hamstring problems that date back to his high school football career, so he knows how serious the injury can be.   Full Story
Willie Martinez
Willie Martinez

Dean Legge of DawgPost.com, Oct 30, 2007
ATHENS. - The University of Georgia football team (6-2, 4-2 SEC) held its weekly press conference Tuesday, where head coach Mark Richt and several players addressed the media. The following are selected quotes from Richt and his players.   Full Story
Mark Richt