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Cory McCartney, Fox Sports, On Mac And Jason

We’re talking college football on the Mac and Jason show.  What should happen with the college football postseason.  Cory McCartney of Fox Sports South here in Atlanta joins to give us his thoughts on the […]

92.9 The Game–11/16/2012

ACC Football

Former ACC Commissioner And Notre Dame AD, Gene Corrigan

With all of the shakeup in the BCS in the recent years and the pending NCAA playoff in college football we welcome a pioneer of the BCS and college sports legend, Gene Corrigan to the […]

92.9 The Game–11/15/2012

Mark Richt

Mark Richt, UGA Head Coach, With Mac And Jason

It was a pleasure to invite the head coach of the Georgia Bulldogs on the Mac And Jason show to talk about the season that the Dawgs have had, the pressures of coaching at UGA, […]

92.9 The Game–11/14/2012

Dawg Nation

Travis Haney, ESPN, On Mac And Jason At Night

Travis Haney, ESPN college football insider, joins the show to explore all the national storylines and possibilities.  Mac and Jason ask about the Heisman race, Georgia’s chances for a national title, and who the two […]

92.9 The Game–11/09/2012

AJ McCarron

The Voice Of Bama, Eli Gold!

The voice of the Alabama Crimson Tide joins the show to talk about another great season by the Tide, what makes head coach Nick Saban so good, and the upcoming matchup against Texas A&M. . […]


ATHENS, GA - SEPTEMBER 29: Todd Gurley #3 and Keith Marshall #4 of the Georgia Bulldogs head off the field after the game against the Tennessee Volunteers at Sanford Stadium on September 29, 2012 in Athens, Georgia. (Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images)

The Sports Kings: After Win Vs. UT Bulldogs Look To Dominate Cocks!

Get ready for the season’s first Eastern Division showdown in the Southeastern Conference when No. 5 Georgia travels to No. 6 South Carolina this week. The matchup between the 5-0 teams should again go a […]


ATHENS, GA - SEPTEMBER 22: Todd Gurley #3 and Jarvis Jones #29 of the Georgia Bulldogs celebrate after the game against the Vanderbilt Commodores at Sanford Stadium on September 22, 2012 in Athens, Georgia. (Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images)

The Sports Kings: UGA Back At Full Strength?

Mark Richt is not confirming expectations No. 5 Georgia finally will be at full strength this week against Tennessee. Georgia has won its first four games, including Saturday night’s 48-3 rout of Vanderbilt, with All-America […]


FAYETTEVILLE, AR - SEPTEMBER 15: Head Coach John L. Smith of the Arkansas Razorbacks shakes hands with Head Coach Nick Saban of the Alabama Crimson Tide before a game at Razorback Stadium on September 15, 2012 in Fayetteville, Arkansas. (Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images)

The Sports Kings: Week #3 AP Top 25 CFB Poll

Alabama and LSU are back atop The Associated Press college football poll, holding down Nos. 1 and 2 the way they did most of last season. The Crimson Tide is No. 1 for the third […]


ATHENS, GA - SEPTEMBER 4, 2010: UGA, mascot of the University of Georgia Bulldogs football team runs onto the field during the game against the Lousiana Lafayette Ragin Cajuns on September 4, 2010 at Sanford Stadium in Athens, Georgia. The Bulldogs won 55-7. (Photo by Ashley Strickland/University of Georgia/Collegiate Images/Getty Images)

The Sports Kings: Two UGA Starters Return From Suspension…

No. 7 Georgia got through its first two weeks without four starters on defense. At least two of them will be back for Saturday’s games against Florida Atlantic. Safety Sanders Commings and linebacker Chase Vasser […]


ATHENS, GA - SEPTEMBER 1: Tavarres King #12 of the Georgia Bulldogs runs with a catch for a touchdown against Marqus Baker #39 of the Buffalo Bulls at Sanford Stadium on September 1, 2012 in Athens, Ga. By: Scott Cunningham (Getty Images)

The Sports Kings: UGA Prepares For Missouri…

Wide receiver Marlon Brown and cornerback Malcolm Mitchell were limited and offensive tackle John Theus was held out Monday as No. 6 Georgia opened practice for Saturday’s SEC opener at Missouri. Theus sprained his left […]