What Will Happen To Richt?

Another huge loss is in the books for the Georgia Bulldogs. Georgia’s loss against the Florida Gators this past Saturday, October 31, pushes the team even further down in the SEC. The 3-27 defeat UGA suffered last weekend added to other significant losses this season against Alabama and Tennessee. The Dawgs just can’t seem to get it together. […]

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Steve Spurrier leaves college football…

Is Steve Spurrier a quitter? The college football landscape changed drastically last week, as South Carolina lost its head football coach. Steve Spurrier has been a fixture in the SEC for decades first as a Heisman winning quarterback at the University of Florida, then as head coach at his alma mater, and finally at the […]

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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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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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Crimson and Cream with Envy

This past week,  head coach of the University of Oklahoma football team, Bob Stoops, has once again taken a jab at the Southeastern Conference. After referring to the SEC’s reputation as “propaganda” in May, he made comments regarding the perception that SEC defenses are the most dominant in the country. Following questions about his thoughts […]

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LSU vs. Georgia: Drama on and off the Field

The amount of hype surrounding the LSU vs. UGA game was something like I’ve never seen before. Not only was the game a must win to keep Georgia’s National Championship hopes alive, it was also the homecoming for a certain LSU quarterback who started his career between the hedges in 2009. Zach Mettenberger was in […]

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Investigative Journalism: What to Do and What Not to Do

If the month of August in college football was defined by the Johnny Manziel autograph signing scandal, September’s off-the-field news has come from  two separate reports of breaking the rules. The first investigation to make news was Sports Illustrated’s five part series on Oklahoma State indiscretions beginning in 2001. The reports, titled The Money, The […]

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Is There A Gus Malzahn Without A Cam Newton?

  This coming Saturday, there will be a new head coach roaming “The Plains” in Auburn, Al. Gus Malzahn and his revered spread offense will be back in action for the first time in Auburn since the 2011 season. Gus Malzahn spent his first stent at Auburn as offensive coordinator for previous head coach Gene Chizik, where he […]

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Have Fans Gone Too Far?

By: Kerri Phillips As the 2012 college football season has progressed, a topic that is consistently brought up is fan behavior. In the Southeastern Conference fans are known for being loud, outspoken and almost disorderly. Although this is accepted practice by most SEC fans, has the line between too nice and too far been blurred? […]

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Crossing the Line from Fan to Foe

By Anelise Cimino Sports fans are passionate people. Even the casual fan will get into a game and live and die for that team in that moment. This behavior is a daily lifestyle for many fans out there. People dedicate whole rooms, cars, wardrobes and even their bodies to their beloved sports teams (see Dedicated […]

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