GPB Sports is looking for Georgia high school football players who are having a great season and career but who may need a little help getting noticed by recruiters.
Embattled Head Football Coach Rush Propst is out at Valdosta after a tumultuous year with the program. The Valdosta City Board of Education voted 5-3 Tuesday night not to renew Propst’s contract.
The news off the field is, as usual, all over the place and the Coaching Carousel is still spinning with several noteworthy moves across the state.
On the Football Fridays in Georgia podcast, hosts Hannah Goodin and Jon Nelson welcome Maurice Freeman, the head football coach of the Brooks County Trojans.
Vidalia has had to overcome some obstacles this season due to COVID-19, but finds itself back in the playoffs with first-year head coach Jason Cameron.
Here are this week's top high school football performers from around Georgia.
In this episode of Five Questions, Sirad Bryant of Crisp County talks about his recruiting process and what prompted his commitment to Georgia Tech..
Tommy Palmer, a member of the GPB Sports football family and one of the preeminent voices of high school football across the state for decades, has died. Jon Nelson has this remembrance in a race well run.
It’s another round of the “Football Fridays in Georgia” podcast as the 2020 GHSA season is upon us...
When you think about team leaders in football the first position that likely pops into your head is… quarterback. Then maybe running back, perhaps a linebacker, but an offensive lineman?
Despite Propst’s questionable reputation, he’s a proven winner with almost 300 wins under his belt. Is that enough to impress the Valdosta community, though?
The biggest question you ask Rush Propst is: What did you learn about yourself as a person and a coach in his time away from coaching here in the state of Georgia?
Fans love him or hate him. A year after his unceremonious firing by Colquitt County High School, Rush Propst has been hired to take over the famed Valdosta Wildcats football program.
One of the things I would always end a phone call with Buddy or his wife, Tammy, was that I loved them. There wasn’t an in-between. There wasn’t any kind of hesitation in saying something or letting a feeling be shown. It was said and not left unsaid.
Check out this week's "Tommy's Take"
In 2018. The South Effingham Mustangs struggled to a 2-8 record. What a difference a year makes. Here in 2019, the Ponies are 6-2 and playing for a deep run into the statewide playoffs in Class 5-A.