UGA closes regular season with victory despite a slew of injuries
I like the Christmas pre-season. It is like having a tailgate party before the game. There are parties aplenty, and socializing is as important as the long-awaited time when everybody gathers around the fire to open the presents.
You come here for a tour and you learn how the popular Tennessee whiskey is made. At the end of the tour, don’t expect a sample which you likely can experience at the bourbon distilleries in Kentucky. Lynchburg, the seat of Moore County, is dry. Baptists don’t have to worry about speaking to one another in liquor stores here. There aren’t any.
Thoughts and opinions from Loran Smith
Jordan was a tackling machine at linebacker for the Crimson Tide and Dallas before founding a successful lumber business
While I have come to believe that serendipity might grace your travels anywhere you go, you can’t imagine the unadulterated pleasure of our Prague experience
Hard-working offensive coordinator coaches from a player’s perspective
Defensive coordinator puts in long hours to prep the Bulldogs
Today's place kickers would consider those upright, square-toe-shoed, straight-on kickers of the past to be relics. Antiques. Like Durward Pennington, whose extra point in the 1959 Georgia-Auburn game enabled the Bulldogs to clinch the Southeastern Conference championship.. A soccer-style kicker would view Pennington, who died
UGA linebacker becoming one of the top defensive forces in school history