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Gainesville native recognized for UGA Hall of Fame
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James Curtis McGill, a Gainesville native, was inducted in the UGA Hall of Fame.

University of Georgia recognized graduate James Curtis McGill, a Gainesville native, in the UGA Hall of Fame. McGill played football for the university from 1966-1970, as he was a three-year letterman and All-SEC Freshmen team member.

From 1999-2001, McGill served as president of the Touchdown Club of Atlanta, where he honored high school and college football players and raised funds to support athletic activities.

His son, Curt McGill, played football for UGA from 1997-2001, where he was a captain for the 2001 season.

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