By: Liza Bilich The SEC continues to discuss the implementation of in-helmet communication in the 2017 football season. Conference officials discussed in-helmet communication at the recent spring football meetings, but want more conversations before deciding how and when to introduce it. Discussions about the cost, how to limit the use, and which players on the field get to use them, would need to be decided … Continue reading In-helmet communication coming to the SEC
By: Bronlyn Holland It’s that time of the year. Summer training. Most people will say, “It’s too hot out here,” or “Coach, not another lap. Please?” I play on the varsity golf team at Ola High School in McDonough, Ga. It is mostly bittersweet. From the rookies coming in and seeing the team and staff, to the seniors who are about to begin their last … Continue reading The benefits of one more lap
By: Colton Towe Kirby Smart is at Georgia for the second time as a coach at his alma mater. Smart played at Georgia from 1995 to 1999 as a safety. Smart is from Birmingham, Alabama, but decided to further his education at the University of Georgia. He was a four-year letterman and was elected as an All-SEC defensive back his senior year. Smart wasn’t drafted, … Continue reading Smart returns to UGA
By: Tori Vincent Jeffrey Simmons, an 18 year old football recruit, caught on video repeatedly beating a woman, will soon be a Mississippi State Bulldog, thanks to head coach Dan Mullen. The safety of the female students could be resting in the hands of Mullen. It seems as though winning football games has surpassed the safety of the campus. Mullen has stated he believes Simmons … Continue reading The SEC vs. Mississippi State University
By: Joel Robinson Who’s that guy in the Allen Iverson jersey? Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh and his traveling circus of football camps, ranging from Alabama to Australia have been causing plenty of controversy in the college football world. These satellite camps allow coaches from the Big Ten, Big 12 and Pac-12 to go around the globe and introduce their programs to elite high school … Continue reading Satellite camps: Ingenuity or unfair advantage?