ATHENS – Georgia football player Albert Hollis, a fan favorite despite never stepping on the field, is giving up his final year of eligibility in the sport.
ATHENS - University of Georgia defensive end Will Thompson of Warner Robins and defensive back Albert Hollis of Sacramento, Calif., have both been granted a sixth year of eligibility by the NCAA as a result of injuries suffered during their careers.
February 22, 2005
ATHENS -- Albert Hollis isn't willing to give up on his football career yet. The hard luck Georgia senior will apply to the NCAA for a sixth year of eligibility when the season is over.
November 18, 2004
ATHENS, GA – Georgia took a one day break from two-a-days for their Tuesday workout.
August 17, 2004
<img src="http://media.TheInsiders.com/Media/Other/154001_cameraprofile.JPG"> <b>Albert Hollis</b> has worked back from a devastating knee injury, and he is getting closer and closer to his goal of seeing the field. <b>D.J. Shockley</b> missed most of last season with an injury as well. Get a quick glimpse of both working their way back to health during <b>Mat Drills.</b>
ATHENS – Each half of Saturday's game ended in a raucous fight between the Bulldogs, but Coach Mark Richt said afterward he wasn't concerned about the extracurricular activity.
Georgia had a scrimmage at Sanford stadium today. Several players stood out. Here are some of Dawgpost's observations from practice and the scrimmage.
ATHENS -- The moment Albert Hollis, and many of Georgia football's
most diehard fans, has been waiting for for three years arrives Friday.