Most Recent Entries

Tom Johnson

March 22, 2010

"I had some incredible experiences. I handed him (LBJ) a note that said that Dr. Martin Luther King had been shot in Memphis, sitting in the room with him was the former governor of Georgia, Carl Sanders and the then chairman of Coca Cola, Mr. Robert Woodruff. Mr. Woodruff went over to a phone.... and he called Ivan Allen here in Atlanta and he said," Ivan, do whatever it takes today to keep Atlanta from burning."

Charles Knapp

June 4, 2009

…what I tried to do was to establish what was important. What was important was that the University of Georgia had an opportunity to take its place among the great public universities of the country…

Leo Costa

June 11, 2008

…so I started kicking and was very fortunate in that I think I kicked for about fifteen minutes and didn't miss one, and Coach Butts said, "Well, he's our kicker."

Whisperin’ Bill Anderson

March 4, 2008

I got kicked out of the library for writing a song!

Highlights Compilation

November 30, 2007

Goin' Back, Goin' Back, Goin' Back to Athenstown!

Mary Frances Early

May 22, 2007

You know, we need to begin to mix so people can stop being afraid. We are afraid of each other, and there is no need to be because there are more commonalities than there are differences.

Charley Trippi

December 5, 2006

I've played in a lot of outstanding games during my career, but the (1943) Rose Bowl will always stick out being the greatest thrill I ever got out of football.

Dan Magill (Part 1)

April 20, 2006

…an Atlanta sportswriter around 1922 said Georgia's defense was as ferocious as a bulldog and that's how they began calling 'em bulldogs!