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Rewind: Return of the toss sweep kick-starts Georgia’s season

  • 12:42 pm Monday, September 1st, 2014 by Chip Towers

MONDAY REWIND

1. No. 12 Georgia’s 45-21 win over No. 16 Clemson was impressive. It’s being compared to the 2007 “Blackout Game” against Auburn and I think that’s a pretty good parallel. Remember, the Bulldogs actually trailed Auburn 20-17 in the third quarter of that game. Saturday’s contest was similarly close, tied 21-all well into the third quarter. But then Georgia got hot and put together a 24-0 finish to turn it into a rout.

I don’t think you have to go back as far in terms of an electric atmosphere in Sanford Stadium. Lest we forget, the house was [More]

Rewind: Mark Richt on fatherhood and those issues in secondary

  • 11:04 am Monday, August 25th, 2014 by Chip Towers

MONDAY MORNING REWIND

1. I went to Norcross on Saturday to catch coach Mark Richt and his friends in the first All Pro Dad Live event at the Long Forum on the Greater Atlanta Christian School campus.

It was a very impactful event with some very impressive speakers, including former NFL coach Tony Dungy, Fox News anchor Bret Baier, NFL executives Mark Dominick and Troy Vincent and former star athletes Charlie Ward and Danny Wuerffel, among others. Of course, comedian Jeff Foxworthy also was there and he brought down the house as usual. Foxworthy was equal parts hilarious and profound in talking [More]

Rewind: UGA teams bring home championship trophies

  • 9:13 am Monday, April 21st, 2014 by Chip Towers

MONDAY MORNING REWIND

ATHENS – It was a productive weekend for UGA athletics when it comes to collecting hardware.

The Bulldogs claimed two championships over the weekend. The women’s tennis team completed an impressive run through the SEC tournament with a win over top-seeded and No. 3-ranked Alabama in the finals on Sunday to claim that title. Meanwhile, the equestrian team won its NCEA national championship when it defeated South Carolina in Waco, Texas.

Both victories were especially sweet as each avenged bitter late-season losses. The equestrian team thought it had defeated top-ranked South Carolina earlier this month at the SEC Championships only [More]