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LSU gets hammered by SEC for recruiting violation

I asked UGA’s Mark Richt last week about this: What happened to all the fuss from college coaches about kids signing early financial-aid agreements (FAA) with multiple schools? 916 more words


5 BOLD Predictions for the SEC in 2015

If you’re like me, you’re either enjoying college football season, or anxiously awaiting college football season. Unfortunately, right now, I am anxiously awaiting college football season, so to try to cure my offseason blues, I will give my 5 bold predictions for the SEC next season. 900 more words


UGA renews pursuit of Elijah Holyfield

ATHENS, Ga. — Just last week, Woodward Academy running back Elijah Holyfield, son of the famous boxer Evander Holyfield, told UGASports that he had lost contact with the Georgia Bulldogs’ staff through the coaching changes on the offensive side of the ball. 528 more words

SEC News

Georgia Football: Why are we pretending to be surprised by Chris Conley's performance at the NFL Combine?

Georgia’s offense reached new highs over the past four seasons. Over that same time period, no player accounted for more receiving yards than Chris Conley. So why the hell are we pretending to be stunned by his athleticism? 482 more words


Is Mark Richt in favor of the proposed early signing period?

Is UGA’s Mark Richt in favor of the proposed early signing period?

It sure doesn’t sound like it.

“I don’t know about an early signing period,” Richt told the AJC. 482 more words


Athens, the US edition.

During my time in St. Louis, I met a girl who had a HUGE impact on my life.

She taught me to love who I am and where I am from, and she taught me to do what makes me happy. 627 more words

College Town

Georgia Football: A Few Thoughts on the 2016 Opener

By now, you’ve probably heard about Georgia’s 2016 opener, the Chick-Fil-A Kickoff game here in the beautiful A-T-L. Longtime readers/podcast subscribers will recall that I have split loyalties, as I hold a degree from North Carolina as well as Georgia. 497 more words