Today is Labor Day and a day of rest for most, but I'd love to see the Georgia High School Association get back to work and work out this mess for reclassifying the state's 437 member schools sooner than later.
I may be in a slim minority, but I think high school football is getting overly commercialized with so many games broadcast on live television. It's a trend that seems to be growing quite rapidly.
If there's one thing I've never understood the need for in high school football, it's rankings.
The issue of paying college athletes draws a lot of passion from both sides of the debate. Even intelligent people who opine on tweaking the amateur status of college players tend to see the issue in black and white. But there is a lot of gray in the middle when hashing out the details. The best argument for paying college athletes is that it would isolate agents and boosters who want to give kids a ...
It's a hopeless feeling to be a University of Georgia football fan these days. Things are bad, and by the tone of coach Mark Richt during his end-of-season press conference, I find it hard to believe things are going to get better any time soon.
To be a champion, you have to know you can win. It takes bravado to make the big play when the game is on the line, as well as overcoming the odds when the chips are down.
BUFORD - Nobody within earshot of Tom Riden Stadium would have wanted to trade places with Jack Geraghty on Friday night in Buford.
It was a little more difficult to decipher what the most compelling local story to the high school football season was this year over most.
It's always fun to watch the reaction of a team experiencing success in the playoffs that isn't used to playing once the regular season is complete. This year, that team is White County.