Following the 2016-17 season, a season in which quarterback Brice Ramsey saw the field sparingly, mainly as a punter, Ramsey announced his intention to transfer.After going through his options as a graduate transfer on the market, Ramsey ultimately decided the best option is right where he is.Imagine watching the world's finest talents at inventing a game. Athletes, nerds, and nerd-athletes alike take the field to create something marvelous.A fifth season of episodes remains unaired as a result of the cancellation.
Shoulder injuries and an off-the-field issue in the offseason looked to have nearly derailed the promising defender’s career, but neither caused him to miss a game, as he returned to the tune of three tackles for a loss in Georgia’s first three games of the season.
In Smart’s eyes, the junior from Albany, Georgia, is poised to pick the season back up right where he left off.“He looks quick out there,” Smart said. So that’s good.” Georgia’s offensive line could be compared to Snow White’s dwarfs. They’re players that weigh an average of 309 pounds and stand at an average of 6-foot-4.
While it hasn’t been officially announced, it appears Georgia head coach Kirby Smart has a new member on staff who, like Smart, happens to be a former Bulldog himself.
Fernando Velasco, a former Georgia offensive lineman who played in the NFL, will be joining Georgia’s staff as the player relations coordinator. Thanks to @Kirby Smart UGA for having me come on staff as the Players Relations Coordinator.
#Go Dawgs pic.twitter.com/u E0MZui8h G— Fernando Velasco (@Fernandochoices) June 2, 2017A Jefferson County High School graduate, Velasco played offensive guard for Mark Richt and graduated from Georgia in 2006.
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