I learned a lot about myself. Sometimes, through the storms, you come out on the other end ... a better person.
Bobo wanted to bring me out here to see the guys and stuff like that. Who knows? I've always said if I ever wanted to coach, this would probably be the first place I'd like to that. So I'm still lobbying Coach Richt to give me a job (laughs).
One day. No time soon. One day. Coaching is easy for me. And for me, I think I have a lot to give back to my alma mater and I want to see the Georgia Bulldogs win a national championship.
- Hines Ward
Clemson and Georgia have started talks that could result in the cancellation of the football series planned between the two schools for 2013 and 2014.
UGA athletics director Greg McGarity confirmed the talks Tuesday, though there has been "no resolution or final determination yet," according to UGA.
Talks were initiated by Clemson as a result of the ACC’s move earlier this year to expand to a nine-game conference schedule to accommodate 14 members in the league.
He's a great coach, he's the best thing that's happened to this program since Vince Dooley. We've just gotta go out there and play ball this year. We've still got goals we want to achieve. We want to go to the SEC, I mean we went last year but we want to win. We want to go to Miami, for the national championship.
At least at this point in time, a nine-game football schedule has little support among the membership for myriad reasons, with the ADs at Georgia and Tennessee being the lone known exceptions.
Gearing up for my 1st round match against former college rival (and Gator) Jesse Levine here in Delray Beach. Go Dawgs!
Beginning with end in mind means starting with a clear understanding of your destination. Know where you are going so all movement is in the right direction.
- Art of Sun Tzu
SORRY - that's our Volleyball Coach Lizzy Stemke - who is about to kick some tail this fall. More to follow this next school's year. Thoughts?
Georgia State University has commissioned Collegiate Consulting to conduct a study regarding the feasibility of a move to the NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS).
Thank you, Willie. Now hit the road.
Barrett Trotter has decided to forgo his senior season at Auburn, keep his bachelor's degree and continue pursuit on his Master's.
"My four years at Auburn has been a great experience and I'm thankful for the opportunities that I've had, however, I have decided to forgo my senior season," Trotter said in a statement. "I'm truly blessed to have been a part of winning seasons and championships during my time at Auburn."