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Tommy Palmer is a veteran Radio/Television Broadcaster who resides in Georgia. He began his broadcast career at the age of 16.

He currently produces several syndicated Radio programs: "Countdown To Kickoff," "The Georgia High School Football Radio Scoreboard Show," "This Week's Top Games," and "This Week's Top Ten teams."

Palmer is an Associated Press award-winning Sports Broadcaster, who has broadcast over 300 football games, 400 basketball games and hundreds of baseball games during his career, including the GHSA Football and Basketball finals on GPB-TV.

As a published author, "The Daisy Boys Club," is the first book in a series, about Palmer's growing up in a simpler place and time. Book one in the three-book series is a collection of short stories about faith, family, friends and the community he grew up in.

Palmer is also a published songwriter.

Recent Blog Posts

Will Power Pendulum Swing Back Down?

For the past few years, North Georgia has dominated the football titles and trophies taken away from the Georgia Dome each December. There have been a few exceptions but over the past four years, the...

March To Macon: Familiar Foes Say Hello

The March to Macon has been a lot of fun to watch over the past two weeks. The GHSA basketball playoffs have seen a few surprises with a few of the previously unbeaten teams bounced from the...

A Title Trend

I’ve had some time to reflect on the recent GHSA Georgia Dome football finals. The 2013 championship games will go down in history as some of the most memorable played in the state. All of the games...

The Aquinas Irish celebrate a semifinals victory as it means a first-ever trip to the GHSA state championships.

Newcomers Set To Take The Stage

It’s finally here. The GHSA football Championships at the Georgia Dome, that is. There are few events in this state which involve high schools and athletics that capture the attention of so many...

Gainesville QB Deshaun Watson looks to lead the charge for the Red Elephants in a semifinals match against the Tucker Tigers.

And Then There Were Four...

Then there were four! That is, four teams remaining in the chase for a state championship in each of the seven GHSA football divisions. This means that in reality, there are twenty-eight teams in...

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