ATLANTA -Georgia Tech fans that turned out for the annual spring game Saturday hoping to see the same kind of well-tuned offensive precision that first gained new coach Paul Johnson notoriety and national championships at Georgia Southern and made his Navy teams such a nightmare matchup probably slept fitfully last night.
ATHENS - Mark your calendar - Jan. 8, 2009
Here we are again, on the cusp of the single greatest American sporting event of the year - but it ain't what it used to be.
ATLANTA - It was supposed to be Dennis Felton's final appearance on the Bulldogs' bench before his future was decided by Georgia athletics director Damon Evans. Instead, the fifth-year coach's immediate fate may have been sealed by Dave Bliss.
No subregions. No postseason region tournaments. There's only one way to reach the baseball state playoffs from Region 7-AAA: at the end of the 22-game region grind you've got to be one of the four best teams. So all those things coaches love to say about the most important game of the year being the next one - in this case, it's true. All ...
BOGART - It took a little while, but by halftime, Lakeview Academy's game against Towns County had begun to take the form of previous Lions-Indians match-ups.
Michael Adams almost got it right. His eight-team college football playoff plan, or a derivation of it, needs to happen. Probably won't, but if it did college football would be better because of it.