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More Than Georgia's on His Mind
His roots are in the Deep South, but Herschel Walker sees the whole world as his stage
But How 'Bout Them Lions?
Penn State's defeat of Georgia ended a long quest for a national title
Dawg Days All is right again in Georgia, where the beloved Bulldogs have reclaimed their gridiron legacy
The weather in Monroe, Ga., took a chilly turn last week, so. Herschel Scott played his favorite trivia game in the McDonald's at the junction of ...
The Bulldogs looked for trouble and found it
It is not for nothing that the small swale which is the site of Clemson's Memorial Stadium is called Death Valley by opponents, and only a last-quarter touchdown run enabled highly favored Georgia to escape alive
MARCHING THROUGH GEORGIA
The last time the University of Pittsburgh won a national football championship was in 1937, when Jock Sutherland was the coach.
HOW 'BOUT THEM DAWGS? GEORGIA FANS LEARNED A NEW TRICK--ENJOYING SOCCER-- WHEN OLYMPIC FOOTBALL CAME TO THEIR TURF
Yeah, well, the Olympics--that was fine, as far as it went. But did anybody stop to think what effect the Olympics had on sports? You know good ...
The Dawgs simply refuse to dog it
Georgia players admit that the squad is not long on talent or experience, but they can prove they're not quitters
SETTLED OUT OF COURT
There is a limp in the walk of Johnny Griffith, coach of the University of Georgia football team, and his daughter, Susan, has taken to calling him "Chester" to give ...
If Pitt Gets Bit, The Rose Becomes Thorny
The Sugar Bowl may have the sugar, with No. 1 Pitt and those sweet Georgia Bulldogs. But in Pasadena, Michigan and USC are ready to write another ending to the script