SAVANNAH, Ga. -- "We don't carry plasma-ray guns or ghost traps like Bill Murray and Dan Ackroyd in 'Ghostbusters,"' David Dahlin says. "We're out for contact. You want something cleansed, call a priest."
...the Clemson-South Carolina rivalry titled State of Disunion. The bookwill hit shelves later this month.Also, Adam Van Brimmer of the Savannah Morning News has penned 100 Things Yellow Jackets Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die.RANKING THE BIG...
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HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. --- Brian Gay can finally make that tee time at Augusta National Golf Club.
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. -- Rusty Russell felt as if he was re-living a nightmare during Saturday's Division I-AA championship game. Two long drives by the opposition, two touchdowns. "The first couple of series, I thought maybe it was something about this stadium," said Russell, Georgia Southern's defensive coordinator. "Massachusetts did the same thing to us last year." But it wasn't 1998 all over again for the Eagles at Finley Stadium. The Eagles doomed themselves a year ago, giving up 38 points in the first half in a 55-43 loss to UMass at Finley Stadium.
...through 2014. Somewhere, former Georgia coach Ray Goff is laughing. WE'RE NO. 7 Savannah Morning News columnist Adam Van Brimmer lists Georgia as No. 7 in his first Associated Press poll ballot of the season. He has Southern Cal first, followed...
...anything Georgia did. I just thought USC, for one week, based on the limited results, was the most impressive." Adam Van Brimmer of the Savannah Morning News , who covered the Georgia game, dropped Georgia from No. 1 to No. 7, but he bases...
...Georgia Tech needs to win. I'm going to embrace that game." Just as Georgia Tech fans will embrace him. Reach Adam Van Brimmer at email@example.com.
For there to be a Drought Breaker, there must be Drought Makers.
...anybody's the best that I've ever been around, but the longer I'm around him, the more I believe that." Reach Adam Van Brimmer (404) 589-8424 or firstname.lastname@example.org.