Sunday, January 21, 2018

COLUMN: After Nassar, still a battle to protect athletes

One by one, dozens of gymnasts have bravely recounted the sexual abuse they suffered at the hands of disgraced doctor Larry Nassar , unleashing a catharsis of emotions while extracting some small measure of justice from the monster who stole their childhood.

COLUMN: Kim Jong Un plays the Olympics like a champion

North Korea suddenly making nice for the duration of next month’s Olympic Games in South Korea, putting seven decades of enmity on hold for 16 days with its offers to send athletes and entertainers across their heavily militarized border, won’t fundamentally change what happens next.

COLUMN: Can Smart take down Saban? Check back in a few...

"hen Kirby Smart returned to his alma mater, he already had a pretty good template for success. He might as well have been wearing a wrist band with the letters “WWND.” What Would Nick Do?"

Column: Go Dawgs! But Hey That’s Just My Opinion

The following article is an opinion piece by the author and represents the views of only the author and not necessarily those of AllOnGeorgia. They...

COLUMN: Auburn kept believing, even if no one else did

No one could’ve seen this coming. No one except the Auburn Tigers, that is. Somehow, they never lost faith. Not when they surrendered 11 sacks in an...

COLUMN: NASCAR finale a respite from exodus of stars

NEW BLOOD: The season finale on Sunday brought an end to the full-time racing careers of Dale Earnhardt Jr., Danica Patrick and Matt Kenseth. Tony Stewart retired right before Edwards did. Jeff Gordon walked away after 2015.

COLUMN: How ’Bout Them Dawgs! UGa revels in No. 1 ranking

:Well, this might be the team that finally brings reality in line with the lofty expectations between the hedges. In Kirby Smart’s second season as coach, Georgia has won its first eight games :

COLUMN: 2 playoff teams from SEC should be last option

Alabama and Georgia are on a collision course that will likely come to a head at the Southeastern Conference championship game.

COLUMN: NFL still riding high, despite issues

Between controversy over protests, player political statements, and health concerns about concussions, football is not seeing the "up" it's used to.

COLUMN: Feds might be only hope to clean up college sports

"There’s no need to give the NCAA any further acknowledgement when it comes to managing the cesspool of college athletes. The toothless, meaningless organization might as well be run by Sgt. Schultz "