Posts Tagged ‘Deep South’s oldest rivalry’

Tradition Like Auburn – Georgia is What Sets College Football Apart

By Posted on: April 30th, 2014 in Featured Article, Football 10 Comments »
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                                                        The 1892 Auburn Football Team.Families arrived by carriage while many others came on horseback as close to 3,000 people gathered on a chilly winter’s day in Atlanta’s Piedmont Park to witness a group of young men play a new game called football. It was February 20, 1892 and the young collegians came together on Continue Story…

From the Eagle’s Nest

By Posted on: November 15th, 2013 in Featured Article, Football 17 Comments »
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It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s – swaggercopter?! Texas A&M head coach Kevin Sumlin has a lot to offer any potential incoming recruits and this very well may be the coolest way to arrive in order plea his case for them to sign with the Aggies.  He refers to his go-to air transport as Continue Story…

Taking on the Bulldogs!

By Posted on: November 14th, 2013 in Football 20 Comments »
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                                          Tigers are back in a big game on CBS!      War Eagle, everybody! It’s Georgia week, and the vitriol is flowing! This game is set to be televised on CBS at 2:30 PM Central Time, and promises to be an exciting game. It has been 3 long years since CBS televised a football Continue Story…

It’s Georgia Week on The Plains … Beat Them UGaly Dogs!

By Posted on: November 13th, 2013 in Featured Article, Football 20 Comments »
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Since 1892, the first year college football was played in the deep South, two SEC teams lock up in combat every November. The Auburn Tigers and the Georgia Bulldogs have been playing this game for 120 years and are two of the nation’s most storied programs. With an all time record of 54-54-8, their rivalry Continue Story…