Athletics
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The Rivalry


Guess who won the inaugural Georgia State/Georgia Southern annual rivalry competition?

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Der Coach


When Greg Frady was invited to lunch with members of the German parliament at the Reichstag building in Berlin last spring, a bundle of nerves went with him. However, Frady wasn’t feeling pressured about representing the United States in the way you might expect. “I wasn’t nervous about meeting the politicians,” he said, “it was about knowing which spoon…

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Creating Opportunity


In the summer of 2000, Odie Donald transferred back home to Atlanta from the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga to be closer to his mother, Claire (B.S. ‘90), who was ill. The former top 50 high school recruit in basketball also hoped to become a contributor to then head coach Charles “Lefty” Driesell’s squad. But Donald got a…

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Military Heritage


Please don’t call them “military brats” but rather appreciate the impact the U.S. Armed Forces has had on these five current Georgia State Panthers. Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines or Coast Guard, they’ve got them all covered. Five teammates on the women’s basketball team now. Five different backgrounds to get here. They were born in Seoul,…

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Statement Season


Ron Hunter, the Georgia State men’s basketball coach, is ready for your worry. He is going to see you come into the Sports Arena, maybe not expecting much, watch you lounge back in your seat, and he is going to know what you are thinking. “Your NBA guy is gone. What are you going to…

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Golf Gone Global


Women’s Golf Coach Cathy Mant, a former LPGA Tour Pro and five-time conference coach of the year, led U.S. Juniors in World Golf Competition in Nagoya, Japan.

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Culture Change


Six ambitious football players parachuted into the Georgia State football complex on Martin Luther King Jr. Drive in January. That’s six trained-up ballers arriving to join the scuffling Panthers and help them finally get a big toe into the door of Division 1 football, instead of having that toe bloodied as the door slammed on…

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The first fantasy football league.

Fantasy Football’s First


Scott Frank (MBA ’94, J.D. ’94) is a founding member of the very first fantasy football league.