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So despite decisions made elsewhere, schools in the Southeastern Conference aren't seriously considering the sale of beer in the stadiums where fans practice the ancient ritual of college football. "We see no value in it. It's being done in some
Sponsored Links The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Athens The universities of Georgia and Notre Dame are expected to announce this week they have agreed to terms on a home-and-home football series, according to various reports. Mike Cavan, a special
A day after the Jacksonville Jaguars said it would be up to athletic directors Jeremy Foley and Greg McGarity to decide whether to use the stadium's new pools and cabanas during their game this fall, the Southeastern Conference rivals made it clear
The question comes up every so often, especially this time of year, to Steve Holeman, the head coach of the Georgia womens soccer team. He runs a summer soccer camp at Georgia, and a boy camper will ask if he can come play soccer for the Bulldogs...
Georgia and Auburn officials say it hasn't been discussed officially, but moving the deep South's oldest rivalry to earlier in the season is "on the table." That was how it was put by Georgia athletics director Greg McGarity, who said his school's
If you want to have a beer at a Georgia football game, either at Sanford Stadium or Jacksonville, you're still going to have to do so before going into the stadium. While more schools, including LSU and Texas, are exploring the possibility of selling
The Georgia Athletic Association's board of directors approved a record $99.85 million budget and the use of $2.12 million toward new projects for the next fiscal year. But the highlight of the end-of-the-year meeting was something that won't likely
Georgias mens basketball team has one scholarship open for this year, but head coach Mark Fox seems to be leaning towards holding it until next year. We were actively considering filling it, but we may end up having to hold it, Fox said Wednesday.
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