I’m going to take a page out of the Jeff Schultz Book of Blogging this afternoon and offer up a “Digi-Blog” on Georgia State football. He tells me that’s a copyrighted term and that I have to link any and all Digi-Blogs he has produced as payment, so I’m going to do that here. Happy Schultz?
Anyway, I thought this would be a good forum for illustrating the spartan environment Georgia State football is currently operating in. Right now the whole outfit is housed in a suite on the ninth floor of the Citizens Trust Bank Building in the Sweet Auburn Avenue area just off campus. But they will be moving the next month or so into some new digs currently under renovation in the Courtland Building adjacent to the GSU Sports Arena.
Practices begin Friday on a 100-yard field behind Martin Luther King Middle School on Hill Street and next door on a 70-yard artificial turf field belonging to the Boys & Girls Club. Eventually, of course, the Panthers will get their own place. Initially