This is an edited version of a story originally published in The Signal on November 13,2016. Panthers fall at home to the Warhawks 37-23 in Miles’ last game November 13, 2016 Woody Bass The Georgia State Panthers fell to the Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks 37-23 after special teams play continued to be not so special. The special […]

This story was originally published in The Signal on November 5, 2016. Georgia State Students give a black eye during the ‘blackout’ November 5, 2016 Woody Bass In what should have been a shining moment for Georgia State University to make a rare appearance on national television, the students and alumni put a black eye […]

This story was originally published by The Signal on September 17, 2016. Panthers were minutes from shocking the college football world September 17, 2016 Woody Bass On the day following the harvest moon, a 35 point underdog traveled from Atlanta to Madison, Wisconsin and nearly pulled off the upset of the year over the ninth […]

This story was originally published by The Signal on September 1, 2016. How the Big 12 may impact Georgia State Athletics September 1, 2016 Woody Bass Big_12_Conference_logoThe conference realignment roulette wheel has begun to spin again as the Big 12 reportedly seeks to add two schools and once again be true to their name. According […]

This story was originally published by The Signal on June 11, 2016 Coming in 2018: A Sun Belt Championship football game June 11, 2016 Woody Bass A conference championship game is coming to a stadium near you, according to a Sun Belt announcement that was made on June 8. The first Sun Belt Championship game, […]

Florida improved to 5-0 after a dominant win over Ole Miss in the Swamp. The Rebels came to Ben Hill Griffin Stadium as the #3 team in the Nation. They left like so many teams before them: GatorBait. It was one of the most electric atmospheres I have experienced in The Swamp in quite a […]

Photos from the Florida Gators 11th straight win over the Tennessee Volunteers. Includes pictures of Will Grier, Kelvin Taylor and Antonio Callaway.