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Georgia is almost certainly going to end up playing its bowl game in a city it has already played this year: Jacksonville, Atlanta or Nashville. But athletics director Greg McGarity remains confident that the fan base will show up no matter what,
Yes, referees and officials have an exceedingly difficult job. And that job has been made only more difficult this year by the targeting rule, which in its infancy is creating many problems. And yes, the targeting rule has good intentions and in the
I sat down with new UGA president Jere Morehead on Wednesday to discuss a number of issues related to athletics, both at Georgia and the national level...When I was faculty athletics representative for seven years I traveled with the team a lot
On a recent cloudy summer day, Mark Richt was in an expansive mood. The matter of his job security, a hot-button issue two years ago, has been rendered moot by consecutive SEC East titles. As his Georgia Bulldogs prepare to open against Clemson on
The SEC's athletics directors wrapped up a meeting on Wednesday, and no, they did not finalize or release a football schedule for 2014...Yes, the SEC has thought it was close before, at one point thinking it would get released by media days in July.
Georgia is doing what it can to avoid its own Johnny Manziel situation, and has been doing it for awhile now. For the second straight year, fans will be prohibited from bringing any outside items to fan picture day for players to sign. In addition,
Speaking Friday morning at a news conference in Athens, Houston talked of the difficulty of the past few years, enduring numerous failed tests, losing two years of football playing time, and never knowing if he would play...When practice begins next
Seven years before NBA player Jason Collins made news as the first active male professional athlete in a major team sport to reveal publicly he was gay, Joey Fisher's teammates learned about his sexual orientation. The goalie on Georgia's club ice
Scott Stricklin, who just became a rich and important man, and just had a big press conference to welcome him to Georgia, is at this moment on the phone with the tech department. His e-mail doesnt work. Ludlow, do you think you can come up here?
The Georgia baseball program, which has slipped into a moribund state, continues to aim for a revival. First came the hiring of a new coach, and now comes a renewed effort to spruce up its home field. UGA announced a new fundraising effort to improve