Despite raging rates of COVID in Glynn County, the “Frat Beach” party on St. Simons Island beaches will go on, but there will be some limits including an alcohol ban and fewer portable toilets.
As the NFL season gets underway, there's a conversation going on about Pride in football.
Chaka said she hopes she can inspire and empower others "to step outside the box and to do something different." She is the second woman hired as a full-time NFL official.
Clinton Portis, Tamarick Vanover and Robert McCune are the latest players to admit to their involvement in the scheme where they were reimbursed for medical equipment they never actually obtained.
Questions continue to be raised about how the game was scheduled and whether the Columbus, Ohio, high school even exists.
In a new public service campaign released Tuesday, Favre lays out the reasons why: It'll reduce the risk of being diagnosed with chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE.
"Due to economic and structural obstacles" in LaLiga regulations, Messi will depart less than a month after making a verbal agreement on a 5-year deal, the club said in a statement.
Six British teams announced on Tuesday they were stepping back from plans to create the Super League, essentially killing the project altogether.
The Super League's 12 Founding Clubs include some of the most famous professional sports teams in the world, including Liverpool, Manchester United, and Real Madrid.
As investigation into possible rules violations and improprieties into the Valdosta Wildcats football program continues, the Georgia High School Association has handed down sanctions against the team.
The NFL has signed new long-term broadcast rights agreements with multiple media partners valued at more than $110 billion over 11 years. The new agreements will start with the 2023 season.
On the Football Fridays in Georgia podcast, hosts Hannah Goodin and Jon Nelson catch up with coach Jeff Herron. Camden County welcomes him back to the sidelines in 2021, but he has to first finish his college assignment at Tennessee Tech.
At least seven Ravens players have tested positive for the coronavirus this week, leading the NFL to postpone Thursday's game to Sunday.
At the championship of the Afghan women's soccer league, players sprint across the field. Hoodie-style hijabs cover their hair. The scene was once unthinkable. But now the players face new obstacles.
The public health order does not apply to varsity sports such as the football team, which plays University of Minnesota on the road Saturday. The two-week order was prompted by surging virus cases.