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Nation’s No. 1 prospect suffers knee injury — By Michael Carvell Josh Sweat, who is rated as the nation's No. 1 overall college football prospect and is scheduled to take an official visit to UGA on Oct. 4, suffered a serious knee injury on Friday. The 5-star defensive end from Chesapeake, Va., was diagnosed with a dislocated knee cap and will be sidelined indefinitely, ESPN reported through unnamed sources.

Short takes on Georgia’s win over Troy — By Jeff Schultz ATHENS - I'll be back shortly with my column on Georgia's 66-0 drumming of Troy. Until then, here are my three "Short Takes" on the game: 1. WHAT THIS PROVES: Well, not much.

Braves left-hander Minor leaves game with shoulder pain — Associated Press Braves left-hander Mike Minor left Saturday's game against the Mets after one inning because of left shoulder discomfort, according to the team. The Braves had no immediate update on his condition. Minor faced five batters in the first inning while throwing 20 pitches with nine strikes.

Dawgs score a lot of points, play a lot of people and have some fun — "I don't know what to take from this game," one of my Sanford Stadium neighbors said Saturday after Georgia had completed its 66-0 romp over Troy. I shrugged. The Dogs, I said, did exactly what they were supposed to do. So what if it was against an outmanned Sun Belt opponent.

Head injury means rare missed start for Georgia’s Swann — The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Athens - For the first time since his freshman season at Georgia, Damian Swann did not start at cornerback for the Bulldogs. The senior unexpectedly sat out Saturday's game due to a head injury he suffered in practice late last week.
Sep 20, 2014

Head injury means rare missed start for Georgia’s Swann

Braves prospects Hursh, Peraza made big strides — The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Jason Hursh and Jose Pereza each made major strides this season to earn the Braves' minor league pitcher and player of the year awards, respectively. Both players were honored on the field before the Braves played the Mets Saturday along with award winners for each level of the system.

Lots of firsts for young Bulldogs — The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Athens - Eleven Georgia players played for the first time in their careers on Saturday. True freshmen Shaq Jones, Malkom Parrish and Shakenneth Williams joined A.J. McDonald, Shaun McGee, Brice Ramsey, Tramel Terry, Reggie Wilkerson, Tristan Askew, Jordan Davis and Davin Bellamy in making their debut against Troy.

QB Brice Ramsey’s No. 2 status just ‘for today’ — The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Athens - Georgia finally provided an answer to the elusive question of who's number two at quarterback. Brice Ramsey, a redshirt freshman from Kingsland, entered to game to relieve starter Hutson Mason with 2:51 remaining in the second quarter and the Bulldogs leading 38-0.
Sep 20, 2014

QB Brice Ramsey’s No. 2 status just ‘for today’

Jason Hursh, Braves Minor League Pitcher of Year — Jason Hursh 9-20