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Saturday, March 21, 2009

Around the Horn

A lot of doin's a transpirin' outside the football field this weekend, so here's a quick run down of the rest of Georgia's sporting festivities...

-- The Diamond Dogs topped Mississippi State in front of the largest crowd in the history of Foley Field.

-- Just across the road, Georgia's track-and-fielders racked up eight wins at the Georgia Relays.

-- The softball team took two from South Carolina.

-- The Lady Dogs had the hometown edge, but Arizona State dominated anyway to boot Andy Landers' squad from the tourney.

A lot of doin's a transpirin' outside the football field this weekend, so here's a quick run down of the rest of Georgia's sporting festivities...

-- The Diamond Dogs topped Mississippi State in front of the largest crowd in the history of Foley Field.

-- Just across the road, Georgia's track-and-fielders racked up eight wins at the Georgia Relays.

-- The softball team took two from South Carolina.

-- The Lady Dogs had the hometown edge, but Arizona State dominated anyway to boot Andy Landers' squad from the tourney.

-- The Gym Dogs took second place in the SEC Championships, with Courtney Kupets earning an all-around title.

3 comments:

Ala Dawg said...

The gym team doesn't compete in the NCAA's until Apr. 4 for regionals. This link is 1996. What's up????

NCT said...

The Gym Dogs finished 2nd at the SEC championship in Nashville. Bama won. Georgia had a bad day on beam. Otherwise, it went great. Taylor won scholar gymnast honors. Kupets won gymnast of the year. Yoculan won coach of the year.

Anonymous said...

Who cares? Just keep giving those great football updates!