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Football is in the air! Get on the Bus!
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The floodgates of in-depth coverage of fall camp have been open now for a few weeks and the feedback from subscribers of UGASports.com has been awesome. We are currently experiencing a record high number of subscribers. When visiting our 2011 Preseason Central page, you can clearly see what all the commotion is about.
That was just over the 10 practice days of fall camp, and does not include the dozens of football recruiting stories and updates, cheat sheets, endless posts on our message boards by the site staff, and our in-depth coverage of basketball recruiting and off-season baseball. Since then, we have continued that pace as we continue to cover all of preseason camp right up to the opener against Boise State at the Georgia Dome on September 3rd.
No one breaks more Bulldog news than UGASports.com
1. Breaking new headlines spread like wildfire across the Internet, and if just getting the basics is okay for you, that's fine, but if you want details and in-depth coverage, that's why sites such as UGASports.com exist. That said, if you just like the basics, we have you covered there as well.
2. Some fans says they can read it in the paper the next day. That's simply not true. Maybe a little of it might be in the paper the next day but nowhere near all of it.
You just won't find the same in-depth coverage elsewhere. UGASports.com began covering Georgia in December 1997, and we only cover the Bulldogs (but we keep an eye on the rest of the SEC and college football).
3. UGASports.com is not a 'recruiting site' and we're not a 'message board site.' While we do have great recruiting coverage and message boards, we also have in-depth coverage of Georgia's football, basketball and baseball programs that you simply cannot get anywhere else.
We're much more than recruiting and message boards as old media would have you believe. To see what I'm talking about, please visit our News Index or Preseason Central pages to see for yourself the amount of content.
We will leave you with this: Every single month, thousands of Dawgs fans make the decision to continue their subscriptions to UGASports.com. Across the Rivals network, 220,000 subscribers do the same. They are 'witnesses' to what I'm saying. They work hard for their money and they wouldn't waste it if there wasn't value in subscribing to UGASports.com or Rivals.com/YAHOO! Sports