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CSU Athletics Takes Part in “Cougars for Causes”

SOURCE: CSU ATHLETICS

The Columbus State University athletics department once again participated in CSU’s annual “Cougars for Causes” campaign this holiday season. “Cougars for Causes” is a campus wide effort to donate toys, books and food for the less fortunate in the Columbus area. The CSU Police Department organizes the event. “I’m proud that we participated in this great campaign once again,” said…

Morgan Ingram Stepping Down as Northside Head Football Coach

MORGAN INGRAM WILL STEP ASIDE FROM COACHING FOOTBALL AT NORTHSIDE HIGH SCHOOL

After 20 years of coaching football Morgan Ingram is stepping down as head football coach of the Northside Patriots. Ingram has coached at Northside for ten years. For Five years he was the offensive coordinator for the Patriots and for the past five years he served as the head coach. Prior to his time as at Northside he was an…

Bulldogs Rake In Three Individual SEC Coaches Awards

SOURCE: GEORGIA SPORTS COMMUNICATIONS

Georgia head coach Kirby Smart, junior inside linebacker Roquan Smith and true freshman quarterback Jake Fromm have all earned Southeastern Conference Coaches individual awards, according to a league announcement.   Smart, who was named the Associated Press SEC Coach of the Year earlier this week, was also voted by the coaches as the conference’s Coach of the Year.  This is…

Clark Garners Academic All-America Status

SOURCE: CSU ATHLETICS

Columbus State University women’s soccer player Riley Clark was named an Academic All-American Wednesday by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). Clark was a third team selection and becomes the seventh Lady Cougars to earn the distinction. The sophomore had a breakout season in her second year with the Lady Cougars. Clark was Columbus State’s second-leading scorer with…

The Crimson Tide Is In the Playoffs

FOR THE FOURTH STRAIGHT YEAR THE CRIMSON TIDE ARE IN THE CFB PLAYOFF

The crimson tide made the playoffs for the fourth straight year and they will face the Clemson Tigers in the Sugar Bowl. Clemson is coming off of a 38-3 victory over the Miami Hurricanes. Las Vegas has Alabama as two point favorites. A key for the tide may be a healthier defense come the start of the new year.

Auburn Set to Play UCF in Peach Bowl

AUBURN FAILS TO MAKE THE CFB PLAYOFFS, BUT MALZAHN EARNS A MAJOR PAY DAY

The season came to a disappointing end for the Auburn Tigers, but they did lock down a BCS bowl appearance. They will take on UCF in the Peach Bowl. Gus Malzahn agreed to a new seven-year deal with Auburn. He is slated to make about $7 million a year over the next seven years. That new contract makes Malzahn the…

Georgia Bulldogs win SEC Title in Kirby Smarts Second Season

KIBRY SMART IS 20-6 IN HIS TWO YEARS WITH GEORGIA AND IS IN A SPOT TO WIN A NATIONAL TITLE

The bulldogs are SEC champions for the first time since 2005. Let’s give some credit to head coach, Kirby Smart. In his two years at Georgia he is 20-6 and now his team has a shot at a national title. He led one of the top defenses in the nation and put his trust in True Freshman Jake Fromm to…