Georgia Bulldogs Open Spring Practice With Questions
The Bulldogs are looking to rebound from last year's 8-5 campaign, in which they finished second in the SEC East. "As spring gets along, a lot of guys can get complacent, " Smart told reporters. "Guys saying, 'I had my job last year, so I've got my job ...
Georgia Bulldogs: The balance between time and injury
Dawn of the Dawg
As excited as we all are now that Spring Training has finally started, Chip Towers of Dawgnation.com wrote an article today that should bring fans back to earth. As fans, we're really excited to see players back out playing ball. We're especially ...
Georgia Bulldogs photos from day one of spring drills
Get photos from Georgia's first of 15 practices this spring.
Georgia making changes to open up its offense
ATHENS, Ga. – Clearly, Georgia must do something different this season, and offensive coordinator Jim Chaney is setting out to do that. Chaney, who a month earlier talked about trying to “freshen” the offense, outlined what exactly that meant to his ...
The Latest: Shots heard at Wisconsin apartments
ROTHSCHILD, Wis. — The Latest on shooting that injured two people and prompted local schools and a hospital to go on lockdown in northern Wisconsin (all times local):. 5:45 p.m.. Gunshots have been heard at an apartment complex in northern Wisconsin ...
Stroebel: Time to put Wisconsin ratepayers first
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Wisconsin's electric energy rates are among the highest in the nation. In fact, our statewide average industrial and residential electric rates are well above the Midwest and national average. Here in southeast Wisconsin, the problem is particularly ...
Wisconsin veterans offered free entrepreneurship training
The Department of Veterans affairs also this week awarded grants to other southeastern Wisconsin veterans organizations. Legal Action of Wisconsin in Milwaukee received $90,000, to provide business, technical and employment legal services for veteran ...
Poll Finds No Consensus on Wisconsin Roads Funding
U.S. News & World Report
(AP) — A new poll finds Wisconsin residents are divided over how to pay for roads in the state. The Marquette University Law School poll released Wednesday shows that 44 percent of respondents say money to pay for roads should be taken from other, ...