Expanding the College Playoffs

By Arianna Marks Four. That is the number of college teams that makes the College Football Playoffs each year. There is a total of one hundred thirty teams in NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS.) In 2013, the NCAA started in new system to determine who is the nation’s best football team. The NCAA…

War Who?

By Sydney Gibbs After an extremely long four weeks, Georgia fans gathered into well-beloved Sanford Stadium for Saturday in Athens. It wasn’t just any Saturday either, it was the 123rd edition of the deep south oldest football rivalry between the Bulldogs and the Auburn Tigers. Does not matter how good or bad a team is, rivalry games…

“The World’s Largest Cocktail Party”

By Andrew Frierson As the end of October nears and the warm summertime environment transitions to autumn, college football has eclipsed the halfway point in the season. For some teams, this means trying to clinch a spot in the College Football Playoffs while others settle with the reality of a bowl game. However, in Athens…

Crisis Management

By Kelvin M Lattimore This time last year former UGA head football coach Mark Richt named Faton Bauta the starting quarterback for the Georgia vs Florida game. A decision that proved to be unwise and untimely as the University of Georgia’s football season continued to spiral downward. Coach Richt was shown the door and is…

Looking Up

by Sammy Smith Since he started playing football at the age of 6, Jarvis Wilson, now 19, has never known his motivation. For a long time it seemed like having no intrinsic incentive to play had no effect because Wilson has always been a special athlete. He led his high school team to a state…

From Hell to God’s Hands

by Kaitlin Long Minnesota Vikings defensive lineman Toby Johnson came straight out of College Park, Ga. and right into God’s hands to achieve his dream of playing in the National Football League. Johnson grew up in one of the most dangerous cities in the state of Georgia. At 14 years old, he moved from the…

Living in The Shadows

By Brianna Patton As many already know, the University of Georgia is in the middle of the construction of the new $30 million indoor facility. While this facility is anticipated to be one of the best in the Southeastern conference and lure several recruits, the UGA track team yet again, received the short end of…

Smart Guy

By Kennington Smith As the final buzzer sounded in Bobby Dodd Stadium, the Georgia football team wrapped up their 2015 regular season with a 13-7 win over its in-state rival Georgia Tech. Mark Richt is in the middle of his postgame interview when he’s asked about his job security. “I don’t think too much about…

We Are Georgia

By Brianna Patton September 26, 2015 was not just a typical Saturday…it was ‘Saturday in Athens’ and the highly anticipated matchup of the Georgia Bulldogs vs. the Southern Jaguars. While it was not the usual hyped up SEC matchup, many fans were looking forward to this game for one special event. In an ESPN article,…