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Anonymous SEC Coach's Comment On Stetson Bennett Going Viral

Georgia is still on top of the college football world heading into the 2022-23 season. The Bulldogs won their first National Championship since 1980 back in January over the Alabama Crimson Tide. They were great on both sides of the ball, but the defense was talked about more due to how it led the nation in numerous categories.
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Local briefs include more dynamite blasting on Athens’ east side

The dynamite blasting that began earlier this week is scheduled to resume this afternoon on Athens’ east side, with the rock blasting that is part of a road project along Lexington Road is set for 3 o’clock. It will take place on Lexington near Gaines School Road. More blasting is scheduled for Friday and City Hall says the work could continue into next week.

Waterfront Destinations to Extend Your Summer

With plenty of warm days left in September and beyond, Labor Day doesn’t have to mark the end of the traditional vacation season. Rather, celebrate summer's end with one more vacation to these waterfront destinations with sweeping views that will help with the season's farewell. Thompson Washington D.C. |...

Will Muschamp Makes His Feelings On Georgia Job Very Clear

Will Muschamp is two years removed from being the head coach of South Carolina's football program. Though his role at Georgia might be viewed as a demotion, he doesn't see it that way. During this Tuesday's press conference, Muschamp was asked about being an assistant for the Bulldogs. Muschamp, who...

BREAKING: Kirby Smart, Georgia Bulldogs Permitted to Have Recruits in Jacksonville

ATHENS - Georgia Bulldogs coach Kirby Smart is getting his way about hosting recruits in Jacksonville - sort of. Two university sources confirmed to Dawg Post that the Bulldogs will be able to provide tickets to recruits for the annual game with the Florida Gators. However, the program and coaches will no interaction with recruits at the game.

2 soldiers killed, 3 injured in weather-related incident in Georgia

Aug. 10 (UPI) -- Two U.S. soldiers at Georgia's Fort Benning were killed and three others were injured in what authorities described as a weather-related event. The Army's Maneuver Center of Excellence and the Fort Benning Public Affairs Office said in a statement that the unspecified incident occurred Tuesday at Yonah Mountain, located about 60 miles north of Athens, Ga.

Winder updates rates for water, sewer, and sanitation

The City of Winder has announced updated rates for the city's water, sewer, and sanitation services. These rates will go into effect September 1, 2022. According to a press release, these updated rates are the result of a detailed water and sewer rate study conducted in Spring of 2022. This study was used to predict future needs for the city’s infrastructure and other operations.

Georgia Football: Ranking the Toughest Games on the Bulldogs' Schedule

Defending national champion Georgia prepares defense of its title, kicking off the 2022 season with a bang. An outstanding Week 1 matchup sets the scene for a series of high-profile matchups, including two in non-conference play against teams that reached their conference title games a season ago. In SEC play,...

UF mum on report of Georgia hosting recruits in Jacksonville

A major point of contention regarding the annual Florida-Georgia contest in Jacksonville is the neutral location of the rivalry bout, which in theory prevents each team from having an additional home contest every other year, and therefore inhibits prospects from taking an official visit during The World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party.

Georgia football has two of ESPN's top 50 newcomers in CFB

ESPN attempted to name the top 50 newcomers in college football this season. In doing that, the outlet combined not just incoming high school prospects but also transfers on new teams. While Georgia did not have an incoming addition from the transfer portal this offseason, two of its signees made the top 50 from ESPN.

Recruits now able to attend Georgia-Florida game in Jacksonville

One of the debates that has carried on around Georgia football for several years now revolves around the Bulldogs’ annual game against Florida in Jacksonville and the recruiting disadvantage the Bulldogs face having one less home game every other year. Now, it appears that disadvantage will no longer be an issue.