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Green glory: Students’ right field house preserves Georgia’s baseball culture | Georgia Sports

Beyond the 314-foot right field fence that separates Foley Field from the outfield bleachers perches a quaint house with a history rooted in Georgia baseball. The Green House, and those who occupy it, are synonymous with Foley. On the back hangs a banner that reads “Let the Big Dawg Eat.” The lettering is faded, yet …

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247Sports identifies Georgia football’s biggest trap game

Georgia ran the table during the 2021 regular season, finishing with an unblemished 12-0 record. The term ‘trap game’ was used frequently last year during Georgia’s run. It seemed like almost every week college football analysts were hyping up Georgia’s next matchup as a potential upset, yet every week they were proven incorrect. Not only …

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Chess and Community celebrates 10 years of service and games | Arts & Culture

Local nonprofit Chess and Community celebrated its 10th anniversary in March. But, founder, Lemuel “Life” LaRoche, has been working towards the organization’s mission since the early 2000s. LaRoche was born in Brooklyn, New York, and moved to Macon, Georgia, when he was a teen. From a young age, LaRoche recognized issues in the community where …

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