Georgia Sports

stories from | Sep 16, 2017
ATHENS | To paraphrase the immortal Ray Charles, night time is the right time for the Bulldog Nation.Full Story
stories from | Sep 16, 2017
Greetings from Sanford Stadium where Samford is here to play Georgia. Hope that doesn’t get confusing later.Full Story
stories from | Sep 16, 2017
Georgia’s final tune-up for SEC play became the expected blowout that most anticipated Saturday night against Samford.Full Story
stories from | Sep 16, 2017
The financial health of the University of Georgia Athletic Association is good - as usual.Full Story
stories from | Sep 15, 2017
Sonny Smart grew up in Columbia, Ala., just across the state line from Blakely, Ga. He earned a degree in physical education at Samford, playing center for the Bulldogs. Sonny coached in Georgia for 23 years, Bainbridge and Rabun County, before retiring on a mountain outside Clayton. He enjoys golf and plays as often as possible, but his primary focus is on Georgia football and the success of the Bulldog program under his son, Kirby Smart. Recently he took time to talk with Loran Smith about football, his career, his affection for Donald Ross golf courses and his son. Kirby Smart’s first coaching job was with coach Chris Hatcher, now the head coach at Samford when Chris was at Valdosta State. Chris’s father, Edgar, a longtime Georgia high school coach, and Sonny Smart are close friends. Sonny and Sharon Smart are hosting a small reunion of Sonny’s teammates at Samford, but at kickoff Saturday, they will be awash in red and black. Here’s Sonny in his own words:Full Story
stories from | Sep 15, 2017
Samford assistant coach Russ Callaway will need no assistance finding his way around Sanford Stadium on Saturday.Full Story
stories from | Sep 15, 2017
Samford passing attack vs. Georgia defenseFull Story
stories from | Sep 15, 2017
Offense Edge: GeorgiaFull Story
stories from | Sep 15, 2017
Get on top earlyFull Story
stories from | Sep 15, 2017
A year after ranking in the top 10 nationally in forcing turnovers, there is extra motivation for Georgia defensive players to knock the ball loose for a fumble or come down with an interception.Full Story
Advertisement

Off The Chain


 

This Week’s Circulars