Now that recruiting season is winding down and signing day is fast approaching in two weeks, the Gator coaches are having to make some tough decisions with some prospects left on the board. The Gators hope to sign upwards of 29-30 recruits. One position that continues to be of desperate need for the Gators is at linebacker, where they're still thin. Josh Johnson, a big time linebacker prospect, could help the Gators fatten up a bit at that position.
January 17, 2006
Editor's note: This is the first of a three-part series on the role of junior colleges for NCAA Division I football. Today's opening looks at the primary focus of the programs at Georgia Military and Hargrave Military.
August 21, 2005
ATHENS – Like Odell Thurman before him, Josh Johnson will have to spend a year at Georgia Military College in Milledgeville to prove to Georgia coach Mark Richt that he wants to play for the Bulldogs.
ATHENS - Backup quarterback Joe Tereshinski returned to practice Monday, and that means he can quit beating himself up over a dumb mistake.
ATHENS – Georgia practiced in cold and windy weather again this afternoon. This time the Bulldogs were in shoulder pads and shorts.