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To Be a Husky

First and foremost: I love being a Husky. Being a Husky has given me some of my greatest challenges and greatest joys, my greatest heartache and yet is my heartsong. 1,212 more words


Marc James: "The Last Time Georgia Football was Prominent: 2007"

As I prepared for my show in the morning (6-10 A.M. Mon.-Fri.) with Randy Cross better known as “Marc & Randy” (on Atlanta Sports Radio 92.9 “The Game”), something hit me like a ton of bricks. 418 more words


Rewind: Richt downplays Grantham angle in Belk Bowl

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1. Try though everybody did, nobody could get Georgia coach Mark Richt to admit that Todd Grantham being the opposing defensive coordinator might be a source of motivation for either him or his team in the Belk Bowl. 984 more words

Georgia Bulldogs

Georgia makes it two in a row, downing Colorado at home

Georgia’s first out of conference win against a quality team was bittersweet.

The Dawgs knocked off the visiting Colorado Buffaloes 64-57 this afternoon, but UGA lost star guard Kenny Gaines to an apparent shoulder sprain – his return timetable is unknown at this point. 484 more words


We need a Hero...(at Topper's)

Some days you never know what kind of stories you’re going to read about in the sports world.  Is someone going to get traded today? Was there a crazy upset last night? 424 more words


First Look: UGA 2015 Recruiting Class

The University of Georgia’s football program has always strived to bring in the best possible group of athletes to come and play between the hedges. Despite missing out on some top in-state talent over the past few years, the program has continuously been able to bring in top-notch players such as Leonard Floyd, Malcolm Mitchell, and most recently top targets Lorenzo Carter and Nick Chubb. 1,402 more words