Fire Off: 9 Burning UGA Football Questions

By James Robert Saffo The college football regular season is rapidly approaching, and as usual intrigue surrounding the University of Georgia has reached a fever pitch. UGA is a perennial contender, always in the mix when the season starts, but that has yet to coalesce into the results the Bulldawg Nation so craves, as the team hasn’t…

UGA Running Back Todd Gurley Suspended Indefinitely

At 5:14pm, just as thousands of University of Georgia students were returning home from a long day of classes, the world pulled the cruelest joke of all time. From GeorgiaDogs.com: ATHENS —– University of Georgia tailback Todd Gurley has been indefinitely suspended from competition by the UGA Athletic Association during an ongoing investigation into an…

Campus Spotlight: African Student Union (ASU)

By Kennington Smith Though the University of Georgia is a predominately white institution, it prides itself on celebrating the various, diverse cultures on campus. Through the International Student Life Office, organizations bring the culture of students’ native countries to them without them having to leave the UGA campus. One of those organizations connects students of…

Behind the Numbers: Could Todd Gurley Win the Heisman?

By Shelton Griffith  After a convincing victory over Clemson on Saturday, the Georgia Bulldogs are now No. 6 in the AP poll  One could point to the improved defense or the commitment to the running game as the cause for such a walloping defeat, but the real reason for Georgia’s domination over Clemson was the…

SEC: Dominant or Overrated?

By Damian C. Reynolds ​ Many people describe Southeastern Conference (SEC) football as overrated. College football began this past week, and everyone across the nation tuned in. More importantly, many people wonder how the SEC will do this year considering that some of the greatest college quarterbacks, statistically speaking, left the conference. Quarterbacks such as…

NFL Season Preview

2014 NFL Predictions Let’s see who our EPs chose to win each division, conference, MVP, and of course SB XLIX. AFC NORTH: AJ- CINCINNATI There was a time when the AFC North was the best division in football. Like Ray Lewis, those days are gone. The NFC NORTH remains a competitive division, but it seems…

College Football Preview

Yes, we know Week 1 of the college football season is in the books. However, we don’t like to look at preseason rankings. College Football doesn’t have a preseason or even an exhibition game before Week 1. So with that said, the EPs of ELITE give you our picks for each Power 5 Conference (ACC,…

Campus Spotlight: Fighting Against Youth Obesity (FAYO)

By Andrew Porter According to the United States Center for Disease Control and Prevention, in 2012, one third of children and adolescents were overweight and obese. 33%. Let that number sink in. That means that 33% of Americans are setting themselves up at a young age to have higher blood pressure, a greater risk for…

Campus Spotlight: Music Only

By Kennington Smith Let the music be your escape. Simply put, music is a form of art but it’s also an expression. An expression that allows those who listen escape their current reality and enter into a place where the artist is expressing exactly what the listener is feeling. A new organization on campus is…

Campus Spotlight: Black Male Leadership Society

Black males only constitute less than 3-percent of the population at the University of Georgia. What does that mean? Well, imagine this. You walk into MLC 101 for a 300-person lecture class. As you scan the room, something (or someone) is missing. Another person who looks like you. Many black males can attest to being…