Brandon Sudge, The Telegraph

Brandon Sudge

The Telegraph

Athens, GA, United States

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Past articles by Brandon:

UGA wide receiver Holloman is out. Here’s who could take his place next season.

University of Georgia Bulldogs wide receiver Jeremiah Holloman was dismissed last week following a report of alleged aggravated assault. Who will step up to take a starting role in the 2019-2020 season? → Read More

Georgia adds three 2020 prospects, suffers flipped pledge ahead of dead period

Here’s a look at where University of Georgia Bulldogs recruiting stands with 68 days remaining until the season’s opening kick at Vanderbilt on Sept. 1, 2019. → Read More

Georgia’s Nicolas Claxton chosen by Brooklyn Nets in NBA Draft

University of Georgia basketball player Nicolas Claxton was drafted by the Brooklyn Nets. He was the 31st pick of the NBA Draft. → Read More

Why Suzanne Yoculan Leebern chose to depart from UGA gymnastics: ‘It worked out perfectly’

Georgia GymDogs volunteer assistant coach Suzanne Yoculan Leebern is leaving the program following a two year stint with the gymnastics squad. She agreed to stay on for 2 years to mold Courtney Kupets Carter. → Read More

He thought he’d go blind. But prayer and a ‘miracle’ piloted UGA catcher through season

Mason Meadows, University of Georgia baseball catcher, overcomes eye injuy he thought could lead to going blind. → Read More

Georgia’s baseball season ends at home after two losses to Florida State in NCAA regional

The University of Georgia Bulldogs lost 10-1 to the Florida State Seminoles Sunday night in the NCAA Athens Regional. The No. 4 seeded Bulldogs were eliminated and will not advance to Super Regionals. → Read More

Three things to know after Georgia blasts through Florida Atlantic to stay alive in NCAA regional

The Georgia Bulldogs won 13-0 over Florida Atlantic University in the third round of the NCAA Athens Regional on Sunday. The Bulldogs go on to play Florida State University at 6 p.m. to decide a Monday game. → Read More

How superstitions, a ball cap and that Duke loss add up to postseason revenge for Aaron Schunk

University of Georgia Bulldogs third baseman Aaron Schunk hit two home runs in Friday’s NCAA Regionals opener against Mercer Bears in Athens, GA. UGA beat Mercer 13-3 and will take on Florida State Saturday at 7 p.m. → Read More

Georgia baseball faces difficult path out of NCAA regionals as it falls to Florida State

University of Georgia Bulldogs lost 12-3 to Florida State University Seminoles in the second round of NCAA Athens Regionals. The Bulldogs must win three games (two Sunday, one Monday) to advance to Super Regionals. → Read More

Despite winless appearance in NCAA regional, Mercer baseball’s returners give reason for hope

Mercer University Bears fell to Florida Atlantic 10-6 in the NCAA Athens Regional, but a squad of freshmen and young returners give some hope for future seasons and another NCAA appearance. → Read More

Georgia baseball snatches momentum early from Mercer, wins NCAA regional opener

University of Georgia Bulldogs won 13-3 over the Mercer University Bears Friday night at Foley Field in Athens, GA, in the first round of the NCAA Regionals. The Bulldogs pulled ahead early and Mercer could not overcome. → Read More

Live: No. 4 Georgia Bulldogs take on Mercer Bears at NCAA Athens Regional

The University of Georgia Bulldogs take on the Mercer University Bears Friday at 7 p.m. in Athens, Georgia, in the first round of the NCAA Regionals. Follow here for live updates, scores, observations and more. → Read More

Houston County ‘throwdown’ at NCAA Regionals puts these two former teammates on display

Pitchers Tony Locey (UGA) and Tanner Hall (Mercer) were teammates at Houston County High School in Warner Robins, GA, before playing collegiate baseball. They’ll face off Friday in the NCAA Athens Regional. → Read More

Four of the most memorable moments of NBA-bound Nicolas Claxton’s Georgia career

University of Georgia Bulldogs forward Nicolas Claxton is expected to be called in the first round of the NBA Draft this year. Here’s a look back at some of the top moments from his time playing at UGA. → Read More

What you need to know for UGA-Mercer matchup in NCAA tournament

The University of Georgia Bulldogs are set to take on the Mercer University Bears in the NCAA baseball tournament. The two Georgia teams will face off on ESPN and the SEC Network on May 31 at 7 p.m. → Read More

A new ‘savage’ tradition: How the Spike Squad fueled UGA baseball with a home run helmet

University of Georgia baseball joined other sports with their own version of “spike pads,” a Savage Helmet created by fans and worn by players when they score a home run. This is how it was created. → Read More

What’s next for Georgia gymnastics? Courtney Kupets Carter shares 2020 goals in Q&A

In a recent interview with the Telegraph, University of Georgia gymnastics head coach Courtney Kupets Carter discussed the successes and failures of the 2018-2019 season, hopes for 2020 and a strong freshman squad. → Read More

UGA’s Kirby Smart talks running back depth, Zamir White status in Macon

Georgia Bulldogs head coach Kirby Smart spoke to media Monday in Macon, and confirmed Zamir White’s status for the team’s preseason practice period. UGA begins prep for the upcoming season at the start of August. → Read More

Locey grinds through frustrations, leads Georgia baseball to 20 wins in SEC

UGA Bulldogs baseball won over Alabama 12-2 in game two of the series Friday night. Pitcher Tony Locey improved to 10-1 Friday night and becomes the first Bulldog pitcher to reach the feat since Michael Pallazone in 2011. → Read More

Georgia’s 2020 recruiting class gets jolt with pledge from two of nation’s top players

University of Georgia Bulldogs recently signed five-star Mekhail Sherman, a linebacker out of Washington, D.C. Tate Ratledge, a four-star offensive tackle out of the Darlington School in Rome also signed. → Read More