Georgia head coach Mark Richt is in favor of a playoff system, so long as it follows a few ideals that will keep alive the tradition of a bowl season and not threaten the sport with too large a pool of teams vying for a shot at the title game.
Not taking care of business while hoping for a college football career landed OL Trenton Brown at Georgia Military College. The disciplined lifestyle there has helped the promising lineman turn a corner he hopes will lead him to an FBS career.
For Tyrone (Ga.) Sandy Creek receiver Demarre Kitt, the college offers couldn't come soon enough. Now the rising junior is mapping out a busy schedule of visits to favorites Auburn, Alabama, Clemson and Georgia, while the offers keep pouring in.
A candid coach and AD explain how, after hot seat talk and rumors of Richt exploring other options, they've now arrived at contract negotiations for a man who plainly wants to live out his life as Georgia's coach.
Dr. Gary Green is an athletic, wise-cracking, prematurely gray-haired associate professor at Georgia. He knows little about football. But recruits -- and maybe more importantly their parents -- can't get enough of him.