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Georgia Tech Football Officially Announces 2023 Coaching Staff

Georgia Tech Football Officially Announces 2023 Coaching Staff

Yellow Jackets round out on-field staff with addition of six new assistant coaches THE FLATS – Georgia Tech football has completed its 2023 on-field coaching staff with the addition of six new assistant coaches, head coach Brent Key announced on Tuesday. Tech’s new coaches include offensive coordinator/tight ends coach Buster Faulkner, running backs coach/run-game coordinator…read more »

Dawgs’ Celebration Parade This Saturday In Athens

Dawgs’ Celebration Parade This Saturday In Athens

ATHENS, Ga. – The University of Georgia will celebrate the Bulldogs going back-to-back to win the 2022 National Championship on Saturday, January 14 in a ceremony at Sanford Stadium.   Stadium gates open at noon.  A parade down Lumpkin Street to Sanford Stadium will start at 12:30 with a Dawg Walk at 1 p.m., and a formal program beginning…read more »

No. 1 Georgia bullies TCU 65-7 to win 2nd consecutive title

No. 1 Georgia bullies TCU 65-7 to win 2nd consecutive title

By RALPH D. RUSSO INGLEWOOD, Calif. (AP) — Stetson Bennett flashed a wry grin as he walked off the field, stopping to hug coach Kirby Smart as the crowd roared. It was all standing ovations and sideline snacks in the fourth quarter of college football’s most lopsided title game. In emphatic and overwhelming fashion, Georgia…read more »

Johnson Selected to College Football Hall of Fame

Johnson Selected to College Football Hall of Fame

THE FLATS – Former Georgia Tech head coach Paul Johnson has been selected for induction into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2023, the National Football Foundation (NFF) announced on Monday. In his first year of eligibility for enshrinement, Johnson will become Georgia Tech’s 20th College Football Hall of Fame inductee and its third in the last 10…read more »

Former UGA Coach Mark Richt Elected to College Football HOF

Former UGA Coach Mark Richt Elected to College Football HOF

ATHENS-Former University Georgia head football coach Mark Richt has been elected to the College Football Hall of Fame according to an announcement of the 2023 class Monday by the National Football Foundation.           Richt is the fifth former UGA coach to be elected to the College Hall of Fame along with 16 former players.          …read more »

BRAVES FEST 2023: COMING SOON TO TRUIST PARK & THE BATTERY ATLANTA!

BRAVES FEST 2023: COMING SOON TO TRUIST PARK & THE BATTERY ATLANTA!

Saturday, January 21, 2023 (10 a.m. – 4 p.m.) ATLANTA – Celebrate your 5-time National League East Champion Atlanta Braves this January at Braves Fest presented by Delta Air Lines! Spanning across Truist Park and The Battery Atlanta, Braves Fest gets you closer to your team than ever before. Admission is free. Braves Fest features…read more »

No. 1 Georgia rallies to beat No. 4 Ohio State 42-41 in semi

No. 1 Georgia rallies to beat No. 4 Ohio State 42-41 in semi

ATLANTA (AP) — Kirby Smart will ask his Georgia players to execute better when the Bulldogs play for second straight national championship next week, but the coach knows he can’t ask his players to be more resilient. Georgia remains undefeated because the Bulldogs never gave up while rallying from two-touchdown deficits in each half for…read more »

Braves Sign Sean Murphy

Braves Sign Sean Murphy

ATLANTA – Yesterday, the Atlanta Braves signed C Sean Murphy to a six-year contract worth $73 million that runs through the 2028 season. The deal includes a $15 million club option with no buyout for 2029 that would give Murphy a seven-year deal worth $88 million. Murphy will make $4 million in 2023, $9 million in 2024…read more »

Braves Sign RHP Jackson Stephens

Braves Sign RHP Jackson Stephens

Reliever signs a non-guaranteed deal ATLANTA – The Atlanta Braves today signed RHP Jackson Stephens to a one-year, non-guaranteed split contract for the 2023 season. Atlanta’s 40-man roster is now full. Stephens, 28, spent last season with Atlanta, going 3-3 with a 3.69 ERA (22 ER/53.2 IP) in 39 games, one start. The 6-foot-2, 220-pound…read more »

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