Georgia Sports

stories from | Jul 13, 2017
A second person with ties to the University of Georgia’s men’s tennis program was arrested this week as part of a police investigation into theft and illegal drugs.Full Story
stories from | Jul 13, 2017
HOOVER, Ala. | Tray Matthews has settled comfortably into his second life as an SEC football player.Full Story
stories from | Jul 13, 2017
HOOVER, Ala. | On a day that the SEC had some company on the college football preseason stage with the ACC kicking off their own summer event in Charlotte with defending national champion Clemson and Florida State, the Ole Miss soap opera came to the Wynfrey Hotel in suburban Birmingham.Full Story
stories from | Jul 12, 2017
Georgia athletic director Greg McGarity summed up the 2016-2017 athletic year for in one word during a speech for the Rotary Club of Athens at Holiday Inn Wednesday.Full Story
stories from | Jul 12, 2017
HOOVER, Ala. | Mark Hocke’s one season as Georgia’s strength and conditioning coach turned out to be Mark Richt’s final one with the Bulldogs.Full Story
stories from | Jul 12, 2017
HOOVER, Ala. | Courtney Love, the Kentucky senior middle linebacker, has a wide range of musical tastes from country music to heavy metal AC/DC to rappers Scarface, Drake and 2 Chainz.Full Story
stories from | Jul 12, 2017
HOOVER, Ala. | Georgia boasts arguably the best running back group in the nation yet still it has much to prove in being able to consistently move the ball on the ground.Full Story
stories from | Jul 12, 2017
HOOVER, Ala. | The SEC is full of rivalries that stir the passions.Full Story
stories from | Jul 12, 2017
HOOVER, Ala. | Calvin Ridley is an established star in the SEC. The junior is the leading receiver for powerhouse Alabama. Younger brother Riley Ridley is a promising talent who is expected to be a big-play threat in the passing game for Georgia.Full Story
stories from | Jul 12, 2017
HOOVER, Ala. | It took a touchdown pass with one second to go to deal Alabama its first national title loss under Nick Saban last January. Some things, though, still remain the same.Full Story
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