Pull up a rocking chair, grab a big glass of lemonade - electric or otherwise - and kick back. It's gonna be awhile before the local sports scene gets fired up again.
Hola mis amigos! Donde esta mi margarita... Oh, I'm sorry, I'm getting ahead of myself. That part comes later... or does it?
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The Georgia Southern Eagles had the 2010 football schedule approved Thursday, and it is highlighted with a non-conference matchup against the Naval Academy.
Suddenly, the spring sports schedule is winding down. Region titles are being won, playoff pairings are being announced and a few regular seasons are inching toward the finish line.
Part III: Young talks offensive strategy inside the locker room.
Four wins, 47 runs scored, 19 runs allowed, a sweep in conference play and a game and a half closer to first place in the SoCon. What does that get you in terms of national recognition? Nada.
Part 1 of this interview can be seen in Friday's edition of 'The Eagles Nest.'
Eighty One participants will take part in this weekend's Masters Track and Field Championship Open Competition at Georgia Southern.
We're going to call this week judgment week. For three of our four Bulloch County baseball teams, it's getting late early around here.
A day after the conclusion of the 2009 Masters, one can only imagine what the headlines should have been:
AUGUSTA – A day after the conclusion of the 2009 Masters, one can only imagine what the headlines should have been:
AUGUSTA - The Masters delivered the show everyone wanted and a champion no one expected.
Angel Cabrera became the first Argentine to win the green jacket at Augusta National on Sunday by surviving a wild final round that began with a supercharged duel between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson and ended with a stunning collapse by Kenny Perry.
AUGUSTA - I asked Tiger Woods a question Saturday behind the scoring shed after his round of 70.
DeleteINDIANAPOLIS- Butler is heading back to the NCAA Tournament with a new resume and an old mantra.
You can still count on two hands how many players walked away from a pro football career with more good days likely ahead of them than behind.
Grab a cup of coffee and spend some time re-living the Georgia Southern Eagles sweeping the Sun Belt Conference through the eyes of Herald Staff Photographer Scott Bryant.