Emanuel County Institute did it again last week, pulling off a late win in the playoffs to improve its winning streak to 29 games and advance to its second-straight state title game.
ECI beat Wilkinson County 15-7 on Friday night to advance to Class A title game.
Hey Paul Johnson… give Georgia Southern its offense back!
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It's been one full day and I'm already sick of all this Big XII South talk. I case you haven't heard - put down the newspaper, turn off the radio and get up from the TV because the topic is nauseating - three college football teams have the same record in the same division in the same conference. Oh the humanity!
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The live-stream footage of the first round GHSA AAAA first round playoff game between the Statesboro Blue Devils and the Harris County Tigers.
Six wins, five losses – that's how the season ended. For the third straight year there was no conference championship or no playoff appearance. When Chris Hatcher took over the program prior to the 2007 season, he promised the Eagle Nation at his press conference that Georgia Southern would add to the eight conference titles and 16 postseason berths and add to it quickly.
I had an argument leaving the Statesboro-Brunswick game with a friend I had invited to watch the Region 2-AAAA title game Friday night.
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I have to imagine being a new parent is something like being a Georgia Southern fan: you love 'em, but dag nabbit if they aren't a pain in the you-know-what.
Trailing 18-16 with less than 20 seconds left in the game, William James Middle School had one last chance at the Coastal Empire Region Championship.
In a small corner of North Carolina, in a stadium nestled in the hills of North Carolina, something staggering happened on Saturday that few witnessed but many will never forget.
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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.