Former UGA assistant joining Gurley in NFL


Former UGA assistant joining Gurley in NFL

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Georgia assistant coach John Lilly and receiver Terry Godwin (5) during the Bulldogs' practice at North Florida's Hodges Stadium on Monday, Dec. 28, 2015, in Jacksonville, Fla.

John Lilly, who stepped in as Georgia’s offensive coordinator in each of the past two bowl games, has been hired by the Los Angeles Rams as their tight ends coach, reported.

Lilly will re-join former Bulldogs tailback Todd Gurley, the NFL rookie of the year – who was sitting courtside at Georgia’s basketball game against Florida on Tuesday night. The Rams also have former Georgia star linebacker Alec Ogletree on their defense.

Discharge date set for Gales

Devon Gales, the Southern University football player paralyzed in last September’s game at Georgia, is due to be discharged from the Shepherd Center in Atlanta on Feb. 24. He will return soon after to Louisiana for the first time since his injury. (Click here to read more)

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