GPB Football Fridays in Georgia podcast hosts Jon Nelson and Hannah Goodin talk with two members of the Valdosta sports media about the ongoing scandal rocking the football program. They also discuss the ramifications of some of the offseason head coaching moves across the state.
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.
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.
On the Football Fridays in Georgia podcast, hosts Hannah Goodin and Jon Nelson catch up with WJCL-TV sports director Frank Sulkowski.
Hosts Hannah Goodin and Jon Nelson are joined by Jason Strickland, the head football coach of the Ware County Gators.
For this week's Football Fridays in Georgia podcast, hosts Hannah Goodin and Jon Nelson catch up with the head coach of the Crisp County Cougars, Brad Harber.
High school officials are taking steps to stay safe during the football season.
Jon Nelson went to Cambridge High School to check in on football practice and protocols.
High school sports activities will resume in Georgia June 8th.
The Georgia High School Association has taken its first major step toward resuming athletics in the state.
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.
After years of pushback, Gwinnett County embraces fields with artificial turf.
This season, it seems like more big name coaches and big name programs were apart of the coaching carousel. Here is a small sample of old faces in new places.
Get ready for this week's big game between Lanier and Dacula
Getting ready for the GPB Kickoff between Carrollton and Rome
Teams from Atlanta Public Schools showed off their best players at the College Football Hall of Fame. It looks like it could be another banner season for teams from the APS.
There are few prep football teams across the state of Georgia who can match the collective won-loss performance of the Benedictine Military School Cadets of Savannah over the past five years