Gurley: More Than Meets The Eye

After UGA’s first two games of the season, word on the street favors Todd Gurley to be a contender for the Heisman trophy. Gurley went to work this offseason, trying to work on his game without the ball. This was evident playing against South Carolina, since his pass-blocking has improved tremendously since last season. During […]

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Are Sports Getting More Dangerous?

By David Rajecki It is pretty obvious that sports and athletic activity can cause injuries, but what is the accepted amount of danger or number of injuries per season? Who decides when rules should be changed because a sport has become “unsafe?” Moreover, what role does the media play in affecting how and when organizations […]

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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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