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Notre Dame may be coming to Sanford Stadium before the decade is over, and Georgia may be headed to South Bend. The two schools are holding discussions on a football series, Georgia athletics director Greg McGarity confirmed on Tuesday, though he did
Georgia had just finished off a first-round NIT win two weeks ago as head coach Mark Fox was outside his locker room, waiting for postgame interviews to start. John Bateman, UGA's assistant athletic director for marketing, used the time to brief Fox
Thats a very good question, and one that is pretty impossible to answer with much confidence now. Ask me again after next season, when it should hopefully be a lot clearer...Thats a lot of momentum for the program and something to build on.
Georgia athletics director Greg McGarity isn't saying yet, but not much should be read into that. Prior to the season, McGarity's stated desire for the men's basketball program was for "improvement," and didn't place any win-loss record or postseason
Georgia basketball attendance still lags behind almost every other SEC program, as the relatively meager crowd on Tuesday showed. Despite that, the turnout at Georgia games is actually up from last year, bucking the trend around the rest of the
This is the first in what hopefully will be a recurring segment on the blog. Some analysis of topics on the beat, some notes, and just general musings from the beat...The SEC office must be secretly annoyed at the Georgia men's basketball program,
Lilly discussed how they might utilize Isaiah McKenzie? -Edmund (Atlanta) Lillys role has only been to coach the punt team...So at minimum honing it down to two assistants and giving them the special teams coordinator title should narrow the focus.
The University of Georgia student-athlete handbook is 39 pages long, but has no specific mention of sexual orientation. But the final page, a list of "UGA Diversity Resources," includes links to a number of organziations, including a couple for the
When it comes to the spending habits of UGA athletics, there is a clear difference of perception inside and outside the school, and that was on full display Thursday evening. The UGA athletic board met, and approved the spending of $12 million to
Scott Stricklin's first season as Georgia's baseball coach is already off to a good start, and the season opener is still a week away...The UGA athletic board signed off on the project Thursday night. Last summer UGA announced an effort to raise