It’s different, it’s a new experience. He misses the Florida sunshine and an opportunity to compete at the ultimate level, but he doesn’t miss the travel.
David Rholetter died without headlines recently with only his teammates and coaches fully appreciating his football worth.
Made of flour, water, and salt, the tasty crackers have often been referred to as “soda” crackers. They are great when you need a snack or when you are serving chili, stews, soups, or dips.
Billy Bryant wasn’t always a cat person, but after his pet cat Felix helped save his life, he’s singing a different tune.
The Georgia Sports Hall of Fame in Macon inducted its latest selections last weekend
UGA’s Marlon Brown tore his ACL in college, but made a comeback in the NFL
Most of us have the notion that our elected officials are sent to the legislature to serve instead of becoming self-serving. Bob Argo, the passionate Bulldog recruiting advocate, quietly underscored service in a fashion that not only was good for the state, but it brought dividends to the University of Georgia.
Next time you visit St. Simons, schedule dinner at the Frederica House. Perhaps, you can eavesdrop on a sprightly conversation like I did last weekend.
Every day, former governor Carl Sanders goes to the office — the law firm Troutman Sanders, which he built into one of the top law firms in the country.
If you receive a letter from Greg McGarity — and his successors in perpetuity — it will carry the notation that the head Bulldog is the J. Reid Parker Director of Athletics.