Georgia Quarterback “Aaron Murray” sent another letter into The Morning Show (@morningshow929) with a new song after their loss to Clemson. Here’s a copy of the letter and the audio below… Hi J-Dog! I don’t […]
Alabama held on the #1 spot after their handling of Virginia Tech at the Georgia Dome on Saturday. Clemson jumped from #8 to #4 after their defeat of Georgia. Georgia fell from #5 to #11 […]
#1) Alabama didn’t look like the unbeatable juggernaut they’ve been built up to be all offseason. The Crimson Tide relied heavily on a hat trick from junior receiver Christion Jones, who notched a receiving, kick […]
State troopers from Georgia and South Carolina are warning college football fans not to drive drunk.
College Football is back after a near eight month hiatus. The season will begin tonight with games across the country, including a double-header involving three teams from the SEC. Below is a list of the […]
Monday was the first day of Quarterback Aaron Murray and crew putting in the game plan for their first game of the season against Clemson. That game will be played on August 31st, on the […]
ATHENS, Ga. — Like most teams ranked in the preseason top 10, there is a prevailing narrative of what Georgia will be like in 2013. That narrative goes like this: The best offense in school […]
Russ Mitchell, College Football News, On UGA: “If They Lose To Clemson And Sweep The Rest Of Their Season, They’re Going To Still Be In Pasadena”
Jason Goff talks to Russ Mitchell, lead SEC columnist for College Football News, about Johnny Manziel, the Georgia season, and the rest of the SEC. . . .
HOOVER, Ala. — Jadeveon Clowney’s Heisman campaign kicked off Tuesday with a bit of guerrilla marketing. Not that South Carolina’s freakish defensive end had any idea what he was doing. “I don’t go to bars,” […]
The Southeastern Conference on Tuesday announced the early-season football television schedule. Game times and television networks for the first three weeks of the season are listed below: Thursday, August 29 North Carolina at South Carolina […]