Few athletes anywhere have been more well-rounded than Aaron Murray, the Bulldogs’ gallant, gutsy and accomplished quarterback.
FEATURES COLUMN: The Christmas pre-season is like a tailgate party before the big game
Experiencing a white Christmas like the one Bing Crosby sang about is worthy of anyone’s bucket list.
FEATURES COLUMN: Pandel Savic grew up to be a successful businessman
Pandel’s story is a classic, learning a new language, settles in an ethnic neighborhood, and parlays education, hard work, and college football into a golden opportunity.
The Bulldogs not only overcame a 20-0 deficit, but they did so with an injury-depleted roster.
Bulldogs, Yellow Jackets renew rivalry today
In the old days when freshmen were not allowed to compete in varsity competition, the annual Thanksgiving Day battle between the Bullpups and Baby Jackets often were classic thrillers.
FEATURES COLUMN: Garden and Gun magazine has hit the target by growing a guide to living the Southern good life
“The Southerner’s Handbook” is a comprehasive read on the good things about living in the South.
FEATURES COLUMN: A dry Tennessee county makes world-class Jack Daniels whiskey
Lynchburg has no liquor stores or sales outlets for its most famous export — Jack Daniels whiskey.
Marion Campbell is enjoying life after a near-fatal fall
Known as the “Swamp Fox,” former Georgia player and Falcons coach Marion Campbell is on the road to recovery after breaking his neck from a fall at his home.
The Bartram Gardens, located at 54th Street and Lindberg Boulevard, have been called Philadelphia’s best-kept secret.
With Todd Gurley’s return and the defensive improvement, Georgia’s season has an opportunity to end on an upbeat note.