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Talking Georgia basketball while watching the NCAA Tournament

Four straight days last week – Thursday to Sunday – my eyes were glued to the television, specifically the following channels: CBS, TBS, TNT and TruTV.   919 more words


Mark Owens' 10 Min. Tailgate Tour Ep. 017: Clear Hearts and Clean Hands!

Mark Owens has the latest from Athens with the 10 Min. Tailgate Tour.

This week we have the latest on changes to Sanford Stadium heading into the 2017 Season. 118 more words


SEC Coaching Hot Seat – 2017 Spring Football Edition

As the Southeastern Conference makes it way through spring practice sessions, it’s time to take an interesting look to see which coaches are the safest as they sit on their thrones. 402 more words


Belmont cruises past Georgia in Athens

Mark Fox’s Georgia Bulldogs’ appearance in this year’s NIT tournament was short-lived.  UGA attempted to defend its home court without the services of Yante Maten and Juwan Parker, and in the end, it failed as the Dawgs fell 78-69 to Belmont.   543 more words


Mark Owens' 10 Min. Tailgate Tour Ep. 016. Weed and Bed Bugs

Mark is back with the latest from Athens the world of College Football with the 10 Min. Tailgate Tour.

This week we talk about the latest from the QB position as Brice Ramsey will be transferring from the program. 104 more words


Kentucky too much for Georgia

Any notion Georgia (19-14) might have had of playing another close game with Kentucky (27-5) in today’s SEC tournament were quickly put to rest by a Wildcat team that came out determined to defend UGA better than it had during the regular season.   385 more words


UGA beats Tennessee and lives to play another day

Even with Yante Maten back, Georgia still relied heavily on J.J. Frazier down the stretch today in Nashville. With the game tied at 47-47 and a little over 6 minutes remaining, Frazier asserted himself on a day in which UGA’s offense was rather stagnant and scored 8 of his team’s final 12 points. 436 more words