Bailey Tardy, a Norcross grad, finished the 54-hole event at 12-under 204, besting both the Georgia and tournament individual records. She also lifted the No. 5-ranked Bulldogs to a share of the team title with No. 3 Arizona and No. 6 Northwestern at 12-under 852.
Tennessee’s football roster has a heavy dose of Georgia natives, including playmakers Alvin Kamara and Joshua Dobbs
The biggest hits have come at A-back. Broderick Snoddy, the team’s most experienced player at that position, and TaQuon Marshall both missed the North Carolina game with a hand injury. Qua Searcy isn’t like to come back anytime soon with a broken ankle.
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Norcross grad Bailey Tardy had 12 birdies in her two rounds Monday, helping the Georgia women's golf team to the lead at the Windy City Collegiate Classic
The Saturday, Oct. 17 football game between Georgia and Missouri was selected for a nighttime kickoff
The Atlantic Coast Conference announced Georgia Tech’s game time against Pitt on Oct. 17
The ACC announced the kickoff time Sunday morning for the upcoming Georgia Tech at Clemson football game
Long run helps Chubb tie record, and other notes from Saturday’s UGA-Alabama football game
LAWRENCEVILLE — The goals poured in early and often on Saturday afternoon as the Georgia Gwinnett womens soccer team extended its perfect home record with a dominating 9-0 performance against visiting Shawnee State (Ohio) at Grizzly Soccer Complex.
NORMAN, Okla. — Oklahoma’s defense struggled plenty in the second half Saturday against No. 23 West Virginia.
Alabama Crimson Tide drowns Georgia Bulldogs 38-10
ATLANTA — A season that began with such promise for Georgia Tech has deteriorated to the point where the Yellow Jackets now find themselves in survival mode after Saturday’s 38-31 loss to North Carolina.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Ezekiel Elliott had three second half touchdown runs of over 55 yards and No. 1 Ohio State withstood a furious rally in the closing minutes Saturday as the Buckeyes held on to beat Indiana 34-27 at Memorial Stadium.