Eagles hoping to use momentum from 2018 to advantage in 2019 football season By Kaitlin Sells, The George-Anne Statesboro Managing Sports Editor Last season was momentous for the Georgia Southern football team as they showed Eagle Nation that it is possible to make a historic comeback. The 2017 season for the Eagles was abysmal, resulting […]Read More A Look At This Football Season
Kee’Ara Smith, Staff Writer Memorial Stadium holds a rich history and tradition for the GSU football team. 35 years ago, they played their first NCAA football game at the stadium. On Aug. 23, Georgia Southern Athletics will host its annual Fan Fest at the stadium here in Savannah at 6 p.m. The team will host […]Read More GSU Fan Fest Happening At Memorial Stadium
By: Ethan Smith Join Georgia Southern alumni, students, faculty and fans for the Georgia Southern Coaches Caravan to see what’s new in Georgia Southern athletics. The Coaches Caravan is an annual road trip for GSU athletic coaches and staff to present what is coming in the future for their respective athletic programs and reflecting on […]Read More 2019 Coaches Caravan Hits Savannah on Friday
It’s March, so any general sports fan knows that we are in the thick of the NCAA Tournament, also known as March Madness, for collegiate Men’s College Basketball. For those who don’t know, millions of people fill out what they think will be a perfect bracket from a field of 64 teams(68 with play-in games, […]Read More What Can Happen, By the Odds, Before You Fill Out a Perfect Bracket?
Ethan Smith, News Editor The Eagles finished their regular season 20-12 overall and 12-6 in the Sun Belt Conference, earning them the number three seed in the Sun Belt Tournament. Georgia Southern has had one of its better years in recent history as the Eagles were in the top four of the conference for most of […]Read More Eagles Basketball Earns Number Three Seed in Conference Tournament