Will the Tide Bleed Red and Black?

October 3, 2015, Alabama’s Crimson Tide will be entering the University of Georgia’s Sanford Stadium as the underdog in one of the most anticipated football games the SEC has seen. Alabama and Georgia fans have some unfinished business regarding the real titleholders of the SEC championship title after the heated game back in 2012, when […]

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Third Time’s the Charm

This Saturday the Tide will roll into Athens for the first time since September 27, 2008 and the tension is going to be high. This will be the biggest game Sanford Stadium has seen all year. In 2008, Alabama came in as number 8 and completely demolished number 3 Georgia during a “blackout” that Georgia […]

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Get Hyped

Something I’ve notice being here at the University of Georgia are the phenomenal hype videos that are produced to pump up the bulldog community prior and through the football season. Technology today allows sports to relate to their followers in a variety of different ways; through the many social media platforms: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, ect., online […]

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What’s Happening In the NFC East?

The year’s NFL season is finally under way, and what kind of an NFL season would it be without it’s usual surprises and story lines. Things have already gotten off to a crazy start, but what might be most surprising of all is the way the NFC East has performed as a division to this point […]

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Rookie of the Year

I wasn’t always a Georgia Bulldog. Yes, it sounds as horrible as it is. For my freshman and half of sophomore year in college, I attended Georgia State University. My life changed for the better when I moved to Athens, and I couldn’t imagine finishing out my college years in any other place, at any […]

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Alcohol at College Football Games

You probably went to a tailgate before the game on Saturday. So did thousands of other fans. So did I. And at that tailgate you probably had a drink. Or seven. So did thousands of other fans and so did I. Ain’t nothin’ finer in the land than a drunk, obnoxious Georgia fan, after all. […]

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Tour Championship

Securing The Last Spot Harris English finished his round at the BMW Championship Sunday with a 1-over par 72. After two years of heartbreak, the former UGA bulldog was currently 31st in the FedEx Cup points system and figured he would not make it to East Lake again this year. To make it to the […]

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So You’ve Cut the Cord, but the Game is on…

It’s not like it used to be. Kids no longer wake up early on Saturday mornings to watch cartoons. Cable television eventually took that tradition and made it into a 24 hour affair of cartoons… otherwise known as the new baby sitter. Then there was the almighty invention of the 24 hour sports network known […]

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Lucky Number Sevens

IN 1924, the U.S beat France at home in front of a crowd of 50,000 people to win the Gold Medal in Rugby Union. Less than a week later the I.O.C decided that they did not have the money to fund as many sporting events and one of the sports they cut was Rugby. Without […]

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Serena Williams’s US Open Loss

Well, it’s official: Serena Williams, the number one tennis player in the world and the sport’s most dominant player for 15 years now, will not win the US Open. Her loss in Friday’s semifinal against Italian player Roberta Vinci was shocking for the 20,000 people in the Arthur Ashe Stadium and to the millions of fans […]

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