Tag Archives: Georgia
“It’s hard to rally around a math class.” — Bear Bryant, on football’s role on campus. Football can be classified as a game or sport. And in the South, it has been called a religion. Now, it has become a … Continue reading →
UPDATE, 11/28/14: Missouri defeats Arkansas, 21-14, becoming the 2014 SEC East champion. Thanksgiving turkey and trimmings will barely be digested before a frantic and crucial weekend of Southeastern Conference football will begin on Friday (Nov. 28, 2014). The developments:
Nothing has been simple as far as the Southeastern Conference football race in 2014. And that will hold through Thanksgiving weekend, the final regular season weekend for SEC teams. As many as three games — Arkansas at Missouri, Mississippi State … Continue reading →
Rivalries in the Southeastern Conference always produce memorable games — just ask viewers of the 2013 Iron Bowl between Alabama and Auburn.
Updated 6:40 a.m., 8/17/14 “Cheeseburger in Paradise” is already taken as a song title, but “Soul Food in Macon” sounds appealing. The real thing is playing well. The H&H Restaurant, which dates to 1959 and is an iconic figure … Continue reading →
It begins in 2017! #Dawgs vs Fighting Irish. The one and only meeting #DawgsOnTop 17-10 pic.twitter.com/SJbtnyF1OP — Georgia Football (@FootballUGA) June 25, 2014 OK, UGA fans, you have three years to program the address of Notre Dame’s home football stadium … Continue reading →
Updated 8/17/14 Not being a parent, I’m not sure whether people still put locks of hair into baby books. But there are ways to commemorate special moments. Thursday (12/23/2010), Suwanee Patch became a living, breathing Web site. Like other Patch … Continue reading →