Found November 08, 2012 on
The Lady Sportswriter:
The thing you love about Jarvis Jones is how humble and focused he is. He’s not a rah-rah guy, nor is he going to be the one with the big soundbite—he lets his play do the talking—but you have to know he’s ready for this game.
BEST OF MAXIM
Georgia head football coach Mark Richt lost control of a swing 25 years ago. No, seriously. That's what he claims is the originally source of the hip pain he is currently suffering through that will possibly require hip replacement surgery sometime during the offseason.
Richt described the incident to reporters on Wednesday following after a post-practice news conference...
A report on the Auburn football Tigers is featured with notes and quotes as the Tigers prepare for their oldest rival, the Georgia Bulldogs.
After Auburn offensive lineman Chad Slade made a few eyebrow-raising statements about Georgia linebacker Jarvis Jones, you had to know that someone would find a way to ask Jones how he felt about said statements…in case you missed em’, here’s what all the fuss is about: …“You’ve got to be able to get your hands on him, block him,” Slade said. “He’s a good player...
ATHENS - Kenarious Gates has started every game this season at left tackle for Georgia, but his versatility came in handy against Ole Miss and could again Saturday against Auburn.
Five-star back Derrick Green and Auburn commitments such as Reuben Foster, Jeremy Johnson and Carl Lawson headline a big recruiting weekend for the Tigers as they take on the Georgia Bulldogs.